Sandberg’s fifth win of the season helps Wilmington earn a split against USciences

Photo: Wilmington University

The Wilmington University baseball team earned a split on Sunday in their doubleheader against the University of Sciences Devils, as they won the first game 6-2, and lost the second game 4-2.

Let’s talk about the 6-2 win!

Game One stats:

RBIs: Sophomore catcher Jack McDonald, senior outfield John Mead, sophomore third baseman Shawn Haut, freshman pitcher/infielder Alex Krick, and sophomore pitcher/shortstop Matt Warrington led the team in RBIs in the win with one.

Runs: Mead led the team in runs scored with two.

Hits: Wilmington had a total of 12 hits in the game. Mead, Haut, sophomore first baseman JJ Killen, and junior outfielder Nic Hertzfeld led the team in hits in the win with two.

Stolen bases: Redshirt senior right fielder Quintin Ivy, and Krick each stole a base in the game.

Pitching: On the pitching side, senior starting pitcher Ryan Sandberg went 8.2 innings, gave up four hits, two runs, two earned runs, two walks, 13 strikeouts, and earned the win.

Junior pitcher AJ Stento closed out the game, as he went 0.1 innings, and earned the save.

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