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Friday, March 29, 2019

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 Cincinnati 7-14
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USF 12-9
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W: MOORE, Nathan (1-0) LLYLE, Logan (1-1) S: THOMPSON, Korren (2)
Game Recap: Baseball | 

Late Runs Doom Bulls in 6-5 Loss to Bearcats









TAMPA, FLA., MARCH 23, 2019 – Despite an early 4-0 lead, the USF baseball team fell late to Cincinnati in the middle game of the three-game series, 6-5.

The Bulls (12-9, 1-1 The American) struck in the first. Senior Kyle Phillips (Orlando) got things going with a single, then eventually got 90 feet from home by stealing third. A passed ball allowed him to score to give USF a 1-0 lead.

In the bottom of the second, USF loaded the bases with one out. Phillips recorded his second hit in as many innings with a double down the right field line, scoring Nick Gonzalez (Tampa) and Garrett Zech (Naples, Fla.). Junior Jordan Santos (Tampa) made it 4-0, as he scored on a wild pitch.


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Senior righty Alec Wisely (Jacksonville, Fla.) was working efficiently through the first four, as he allowed just two hits. The Bearcats (7-14, 1-1 The American) worked a pair of walks and loaded the bases in the fifth with one out, then put a mark on the scoreboard with a sac fly, making it 4-1.

USF answered with another run in the bottom half, as Santos drove in Chris Chatfield (Riverview, Fla.) from third on a sacrifice to center, making it 5-1.

A solo homer in the top of the seventh led off a three-run frame for Cincinnati, making it 5-4. The Bearcats scored two more runs in the ninth on four hits to take their first lead, 6-5. USF brought the tying run to the plate three times in the ninth, but the side was retired in order.

Key Stats
7 – USF had seven steals, the most for the team in the last 10 years.
23 – Santos added another walks, as he leads the conference.

Nota-Bulls
  • Wisely went 6.0, the third-straight game going at least six frames. He struck out six and was credited with three earned runs.
  • Phillips had two hits for the second-straight game. He's now batting .322 on the year.
  • Gonzalez had two hits and a run.
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The Bulls and Bearcats play the rubber match Sunday at 1 p.m. the Bulls.
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