The Hoyas took a 1-0 lead in the second inning after Sean Baumann drove in Dan Capeless. From that moment on, it was all
The Red and Blue scored six runs over the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Tom Grandieri drove in Adrian Thomas with a single in the fourth and Jeremy Maas plated Dan Williams with a sacrifice fly in the fourth to give Penn a 2-1 lead.
In the fifth inning, a double from freshman Derek Vigoa drove in Adrian Lorenzo who had reached on a double of his own to right-center. The run gave Penn back the lead after the Hoyas had tied the game in the top half of the fifth.
In the sixth, Grandieri continued his home run streak. For the third game in a row, the junior right fielder went yard. His three-run homer to right field scored Steve Gable and Williams who had reached via singles.
After a run from
Todd Roth picked up the win for Penn, going six and a third innings while allowing three earned runs. He struck out seven batters. Robbie Seymour, Reid Terry and William Gordon combined for 2.2 innings of scoreless relief.