Baseball Falls To Georgetown, 7-2
April 25, 2005
Georgetown scored three runs in the top of the first and never relinquished the lead as Boston College dropped the final game of its three-game series with the Hoyas on Monday, 7-2.
The Hoyas (21-21, 5-11) collected four hits in the opening frame, including an RBI single from designated hitter Andrew Cleary and a two-run double from left fielder Drew Dargen.
Georgetown scratched a run in the fourth and scored another in the fifth to take a commanding 5-0 lead. Junior lefthander Nate Jeanes (2-4) surrendered four runs in 4.2 innings to take the loss.
The Eagles (26-14, 11-5) scored their first run in the bottom of the seventh. Catcher Shawn McGill led off with a single to right and advanced to second after shortstop Marco Albano also singled to right. Both runners advanced on a wild pitch and after Mike Flynn grounded out to the pitcher, McGill scored on Pete Frates' RBI groundout to shortstop.
Georgetown starter Tom Braun tossed eight innings of five-hit ball to stymie the BC offense. Braun struck out six while allowing just two earned runs.
McGill was 2-for-4 with a double for BC.
The Eagles return to action tomorrow afternoon when they host Holy Cross at 3:30 on Shea Field.