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Baseball Overwhelms Northeastern, 15-4

Nate Jeanes struck out three of the four batters he faced

Nate Jeanes struck out three of the four batters he faced

April 27, 2004

Box Score

Junior Ryan Morgan (Weymouth, Mass.) belted two home runs and had four RBI to pace the Boston College baseball team to the 15-4 victory over Northeastern, Tuesday, April 27, in Chestnut Hill. BC improved to 18-20 while the Huskies fell to 16-14.

Morgan was one of two Eagle batters to have compiled three hits on the day. The other batter, Jason Delaney (Hanson, Mass.), also stroked a long ball in addition to a double and single to drive in a total of two runs. Centerfielder Drew Locke (Weymouth, Mass.) and the designated hitter, Garrett Greer (Peabody, Mass.), each contributed a pair of hits for Boston College.

Junior Mike Wlodarczyk (Medford, N.J.) earned the win on the mound for Boston College. He allowed two unearned runs on four hits in 4.0 innings of work with three strikeouts. Sophomore Nate Jeanes (Methuen, Mass.), the last of the five BC pitchers employed on the day, entered in the top of the ninth. He walked his first batter before striking out the next three to end the game. Northeastern's Paul Koslowski took the loss for the Huskies, surrendering three earned runs on three hits in less than an inning.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Eagles broke open a 2-2 game by sending 15 men to the plate to produce 10 runs off 10 hits, including three for extra bases. In BC's next at bat, Morgan and Delaney delivered back-to-back home runs to ring up an additional three tallies for the final of 15-4.

BC travels to Massachusetts, Thursday, April 29. Game time is 3:00 p.m.

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