|Date and Time:||03/30/2008, 2:00PM|
|Opponent:||at Trinity (Game 2)|
HARTFORD, Conn. - The Trinity College baseball team stayed unbeaten with a doubleheader sweep of Bowdoin on Sunday, winning game one 4-2 and taking game two 5-0. The Bantams are 15-0 (3-0 NESCAC) this season while the Polar Bears drop to 8-6 (0-3 NESCAC).
Game one saw the Polar Bears take an early lead on a two-run double from Jason Koperniak. But Trinity shortstop Thomas DeBenedetto came through with an opposite-field double with the bases loaded in the fourth inning, giving the Bantams a 3-2 lead. Chandler Barnard made the lead stand with seven strikeouts in the victory. Joe Pace took the loss by allowing four runs in 4.2 innings.
Michael Regan came up big for the Bantams in game two, tossing seven shutout innings in a 5-0 win. Catcher Sean Killeen delivered the big blow for Trinity, hammering a two-run homer in the fifth that gave Trinity a three-run lead. Ryan Turgeon was solid for Bowdoin, but was tagged for the loss after allowing three runs in seven innings despite seven strikeouts. Matt Ruane collected a pair of hits to lead the Bowdoin offense.