Hilbert Nine Split With Medaille in Baseball
- Release Date:
- May 3, 2004
- The Office of Sports Information
- (716) 649-7900 ext. 333
Hilbert scored all five of their runs in the bottom of the first inning highlighted by Sam Gioia’s (West Seneca West/West Seneca, NY) three-run homerun, his fifth of the season. The junior shortstop relieved winning pitcher Dustin Riker (Frontier/Blasdell, NY) in the seventh inning to get the save.
Game two saw the visiting Mavericks score six runs in the top of the first inning, three in the third, and four more in the fifth en route to the 13-5 win. Hilbert’s Brendan Mullen (Oakfield-Alabama/Oakfield, NY) was relieved after the second inning and suffered the loss. The freshman left-hander provided a spark offensively going two for three from the plate, but it was not enough as the visiting Mavericks pounded out 10 hits on the afternoon. The loss breaks a 10 game home win streak for the Hawks that dated back to April 26, 2003.
Hilbert, the defending 2003 conference tournament winner, will begin preparations for this weekend’s NEAC Championship Tournament at
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