Posted: Mar 19, 2015
Western New England scored four times in the very top of the first inning and never looked back. Senior Steve Buckley had a sacrifice fly and Morin and Maglio both had RBI-singles to highlight the quick start.
Cherry got the win after working eight innings in which he set a WNE season-high with nine strikeouts against just one walk. He allowed two runs (one earned) and five hits--all singles. Classmate Matt Fedor pitched a perfect ninth, retiring the side in order including two strikeouts.
Cole DiRober had a sacrifice fly in the first to cut WNE's lead to 4-1 and he added a run-scoring single to frames later. Aaron Rosen paced Bowdoin with two hits.
The Golden Bears got some insurance with two runs each in the eighth and ninth innings. Morin hit a two-run homer in the eighth and junior Brett Morgan had a pinch-hit RBI-single in the ninth.