March 3, 2013
Wilmington, N.C. - The Stony Brook baseball team suffered a 15-4 loss at the hands of the San Diego Toreros Sunday at the Hughes Bros. Challenge on the UNC Wilmington campus.
Freshman Johnny Caputo (Toronto, Ontario) had a two-run double for the Seawolves, and fellow freshmen Jack Parenty (Wantagh, N.Y.) and Austin Shives (San Diego, Calif.) each had multi-hit games to lead Stony Brook.
Head Coach Matt Senk's Reaction
"San Diego lived up to their preseason national ranking today especially their offense. We are looking forward to getting back home to work on improving in every aspect of the game."
Stony Brook fell behind San Diego 3-0, but fought back to tie the game at 3-3 on Caputo's two-run double to center in the top of third. However, it was all Toreros after that. They scored six times in the bottom of the third, the big blows coming at the beginning of the inning as Andrew Daniel stroke a home run to lead off the inning, Kris Bryant then walked before Dillon Haupt smashed a two-run home run to center, the first of two homers on the day for him. In just three batters, it was 6-3 San Diego, and it was 9-3 before the inning ended.
The Toreros tacked on two runs in fourth and fifth to put the game out of reach.
Inside the Numbers
News & Notes
- Caputo had two RBI and finished the weekend batting .385 (5-for-13).
- Parenty and Shives' two-hit games were the first of their careers.
- Freshman Daniel Zamora (La Puente, Calif.) started for the Seawolves and allowed six runs (five earned) on six hits in two innings.
- Freshmen Kenny Ball (Azusa, Calif.) and C.J. Schildt (Hauppauge, N.Y.) each tossed scoreless innings for the Seawolves.
- Stony Brook was facing a USD team that was nationally ranked in the preseason.
Stony Brook wraps up its trip to Wilmington with a game against San Diego Sunday morning at 10 a.m.