Virginia Defeats Monarchs, 12-4
Feb. 22, 2002
CHARLESTON, SC. -- Dan Street wen 3-for-5, with three h ome runs and seven RBI to lead the University of Virginia past Old Dominion, 12-4 in game one of the Berkeley Electric Shootout in Riley Park. In all, Virginia and ODU combined for seven home runs with Virginia smashing five.
Virginia (4-0) started the scoring in the top of the first inning when left fielder David Stone led the game off with an opposite field homer. The Cavaliers tacked on three more in the top of the third as Street cracked his first three-run homer over left field.
The Monarchs (3-3) jumped on the board in the fottom of the fourth when rightfielder Brent Sollenberger (Chambersburg, Pa.) hit a solo shot to bring the score to 4-1. The Monarchs threatened again in the sixth with the score still, 4-1. Mike Croley (Jupiter, Fla.)and Matt Moye (Beaver Falls, Pa.) singled. After being sacrificed to second and third with one out failed to score.
Virginia extended their lead 9-1 in the seventh as they posted five runs, highlighted by a two-run double by Shawn McCleary. Then Street hit a three-run homer.
The Moanrchs added runs in each of the next three innings that included a homerun by pinch h itter Dana Arrowood (Woodbridge, Va.), and a single by Ryan Harvey(Riverside, Ca.).
Cavalier starter Jeff Kamrath pitched six innings, allowed one earned run and struck out four to pick up his second victory of the season.
The Monarchs return to action on Saturday in Charleston to take on West Virginia at 10 am.
UVA 103 000 512=12-13-2
ODU 000 100 111=4-10-1
UVA Battery: Kamrath, Laird(7), Word(9) and Riesenfeld. ODU Battery: Burok, Jones(7),Hummel(7),Warren(7),Brumfield(9) and Oehler.
WP: Kamrath(2-0) LP:Burok (0-1) HR:UVA- Stone, Street(3),Riesenfeld ODU-Sollenberger, Arrowood