Baseball Falls To Northeastern, 14-0
April 13, 2005
AMHERST, Mass. - The University of Massachusetts (4-19) lost to Northeastern (10-14), 14-0, this afternoon at Earl Lorden Field. Freshman Bryan Garrity (Peabody, Mass.) extended his hitting streak to eight games while senior Jason Twomley's (Fitchburg, Mass.) career-long hitting streak came to a halt at 12 games.
The Huskies jumped out to an eraly lead with a combined 10 runs in the second and third innings. After freshman Brent Tarasuik (Lynn, Mass.) recorded the first two outs of the inning, Mike Lyon singled, Chris Emanuele walked, and Arman Sidhu was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Jeff Heriot was next to the plate and was able to lift a pitch over the left-center wall for a grand slam.
In the third, the Huskies were able to push across six runs on three doubles, two walks, and a Lyon three-run home run. Northeastern also scored in the fourth, seventh, and eighth innings in the win.
Lyon went 3-for-6 with three RBI and three runs scored. Heriot went 2-for-4 while Sidhu went 2-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored.
For the Minutemen, Garrity knocked a single in a 1-for-2 effort and extends his hitting streak to eight games. Junior Derrick Durepo (Ware, Mass.), senior Curt Szado (Monson, Mass.), sophomore Anthony Santos (Chelmsford, Mass.), and freshman Sam Boone (Takoma Park, Md.) all recorded a hit in the loss.
On the mound for Northeastern, Kris Dabrowiecki picked up te win with 5.0 innings pithced while allowing three hits. Jim Madison and Tim Bush allowed just two hits in relief.
The Minutemen are back in action this weekend when they host Saint Joseph's in a three-game series. A doubleheader is slated to begin on Saturday at noon with the series finale on Sunday at noon.