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April 25, 2013

Singleton smacks 3 home runs, NSU splits with Hornets


NSU 6, ESU 1 (second game)

Singleton took the game over with his bat, hitting a trifecta of home runs to send his team to the MIAA Championship first round.

He finished 4-for-4 with four runs batted in and three runs scored. NSU had just six hits in the entire game, with the other two coming from Wilkins (who also scored twice) and sophomore David Weber.

NSU used four senior pitchers, and they combined to allow just one run on seven hits, while striking out 10. Brandon Compton started the contest on the mound and threw the first two innings.

Frank Sprick tossed the next two frames and only gave up one hit, while striking out two. George threw the next three innings and did not allow a hit or a run, while also fanning two. Trevor Walch pitched the last two frames and shut the door on the Hornets. Five of his six outs recorded were by way of strike out, and he only gave up two non-threatening hits.

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