Courtesy: SJU Athletic Communications  
Release:  09/01/2004
PHILADELPHIA (04/16/02) - Senior Pace Bradshaw first rapped his 200th collegiate hit and then smacked his 200th career Hawk hit and junior Mike Walls went 3-5, but SJU committed four errors and La Salle collected 11 hits to defeat the Crimson and Gray, 11-6 at Hank DeVincent Field. With the loss, SJU falls to 7-28-1, while La Salle improved to 8-25. The Hawks led early 2-1 and the game was knotted at 4-4 after four innings, but La Salle outscored SJU 7-2 the rest of the way to secure the victory. SJU loaded the bases on three occasions, but were unable to drive home runs. Sophomore transfer Erik Holman started on the hill for SJU and went 5.2 iinings allowing nine runs (6 earned) and striking out three. Holman took the loss to fall to 1-6. Freshman Ryan Hoagey pitched the final 2.1 for SJU. Bradshaw singled up the middle in the third inning for his 200th collegiate hit. He played three games at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., collecting one base hit, before transfering to Hawk Hill. The fifth-year senior then slapped another single back up the middle for his 200th career hit at SJU in the eighth inning. He is currently tied with former Hawk Tom Gibson (1998-2001) for seventh all-time at SJU. Walls and senior Justin Godusky each drilled solo home runs for SJU. Godusky's was his seventh of the season and fourteenth of his career, tying him for tenth on both SJU's single season and career lists. Godusky, who tied former Hawk Bill Weingertner's career record with his 158th consecutive start in the game, is just six hits shy of 200. SJU will host Rutgers-Newark at Latshaw-McCarthy Field on Wednesday and travels to Rider on Thursday.