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SU roundup: Hornets end regular season with win







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WINCHESTER -- No. 3 Shenandoah University completed its 2011 baseball regular season with a 10-4 non-league victory over ODAC champion Randolph-Macon Wednesday night.
Shenandoah (33-5) scored three runs in the first, three more in the second and two in the third to get a comfortable lead over the Yellow Jackets (17-18).
After SU scored those three runs on the first (on just one hit), R-MC touched SU starter Greg Van Sickler (10-1) for four runs on four hits in the second.
Jordan Walton and James Bierlein both took Van Sickler deep, but the senior All-America rebounded in the final three innings of his 12th start this season.
Van Sickler struck out 11 in five innings before turning it over to four classmates on Senior Night.
The last of those, Ben Wimmer, pitched to just one batter and got Peter Culver to hit into a game-ending double play.
The appearance was the first of Wimmer's four-year career at Shenandoah.
The Hornets got what proved to be the game-winning runs in the second by seeing their first three hitters reach base safely. Mike Smith led off with a double before Bryan Claudio beat out an infield single for his first career hit.
Kurt Krout tied it with a single up the middle to score Smith before Shea Roberson had another single up the middle to plate Krout.
In between, Claudio gave SU the lead for good by scoring on a wild pitch.
Both teams had 10 hits on the day, with Krout leading the victors with three hits in four at-bats.
Clint DeHaven also had a home run, a two-run shot in the first, for the hosts.
Walton, Bierlein and Cory Jackson had two hits each for Macon.
Shenandoah will wait until May 15 to see about a possible Pool C berth into the NCAA Division III tournament.






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