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Junior Pat O’Leary allowed one run in 6 2/3 innings yesterday in an 8-1 victory against Monmouth. The righthander threw five no-hit innings and retired eight straight batters in his third start with Rutgers. He previously made four relief appearances.
Junior rightfielder Steve Zavala batted in four runs in a victory yesterday against Monmouth. Junior first baseman Bill Hoermann recorded the Knights’ other two RBI, while the rest of their runs came from errors.
Pat O’Leary was starting games a season ago for the County College of Morris. The righthander transferred to Rutgers this year, but he knew becoming a starter on the baseball team would not be as easy as it was with the 8,700-student Division-II school.
Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli looks to avoid a Cincinnati defender yesterday at Yurcak Field. Sbrilli led the Knights with three goals in the Senior Day victory.
With the fourth-to-last ERA in the Big East, effective pitching was no guarantee for the Rutgers baseball team in this weekend’s series against West Virginia.
The Rutgers baseball team suffered its worst inning of the season in the eighth Saturday against St. John’s by allowing seven runs, committing three errors, giving up a run on a passed ball and using three pitchers.
Junior righthander Pat O’Leary allowed two runs in five innings against Fordham yesterday to earn the first win of his career.
Junior rightfielder Steve Zavala hit 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs yesterday against Fordham. Zavala drove in three with a double in the bottom of the second inning, which accounted for the seventh of eight Knights runs in the inning.
Rutgers head baseball coach Fred Hill essentially replaced junior catcher Jeff Melillo — the usual No. 3 hitter — with freshman outfielder Matt Ackerman, who had stepped to the plate once this season for the Scarlet Knights.
Sophomore shortstop Pat Sweeney hit in three Saturday and scored two runs. He did not commit a single error in the game, but the Knights committed six errors and miscommunicated many times on defense in the 17-10 loss to St. John’s.
Rightfielder Steve?Zavala hit 5-for-11 last series, including a three-run double.
Baseball players often make routine defensive plays look easy. But in the Rutgers baseball team’s final two games this weekend against St. John’s, the Scarlet Knights defense went from routine to unpredictable, even on an infield grounder.
Junior catcher Jeff Melillo recorded the only two RBI on two hits for the Knights in yesterday’s 5-3 loss to St. John’s.
Pitcher Willie Beard relieved Tyler Gebler yesterday against the Red?Storm. He allowed the go-ahead double in the eighth inning.
Junior pitcher Tyler Gebler threw 7 1/3 innings in yesterday’s loss to St. John’s. The team’s No. 1 starter entered the game with a .325 opposing batting average. He gave up 12 runs and five hits while walking two batters against the Red Storm.
Rutgers baseball pitcher Tyler Gebler threw a breaking ball that started so far inside to St. John’s third baseman Sean O’Hare that he turned away to avoid getting hit.
Junior rightfielder Steve Zavala went 2-for-4 with a team-leading three RBI from the No. 5 spot yesterday against Columbia. Zavala hit his final RBI on a sacrifice fly in the top of the seventh inning to tie the game, 6-6, before Rutgers fell in the 10th.
Princeton catcher Tyler Servais tags out junior rightfielder Steve Zavala on Tuesday. The Knights won on a walk-off home run from sophomore Nick Favatella, but Columbia beat the Knights in walk-off fashion yesterday in the 10th inning of the Lions’ 7-6 win. Rutgers committed three errors in the loss.
The Rutgers baseball team learned what it was like to win in the last frame in its first walk-off win since 2007 on Tuesday against Princeton. Columbia gave the Scarlet Knights a taste yesterday of their own medicine.
Sophomore second baseman Nick Favatella clinched the Knights’ 12-11 victory against Princeton yesterday with a home run, the second of the game for Rutgers. Favatella’s four home runs this season place him second on the team.