Courtesy: SJU Athletic Communications  
Release:  09/01/2004
BOXSCORE2 NORRISTOWN, PA (3/13/04) - The Saint Joseph's baseball team (2-17) was unable to support strong effort on the mound by junior Ryan Hoagey in game two, as Cornell (3-2) rallied to sweep a doubleheader from the Hawks. The Big Red captured the opener 13-4 and then won the second game 6-3. Hoagey tossed 5.1 innings and allowed three runs on nine hits with six strikeouts, but received a no-decision. The Hawks took a 3-1 lead into the sixth, after tallying twice in the second inning on an RBI double by Matt Godusky and a single by Greg Mason and then adding insurance when freshman Kevin Walsh scored on a wild pitch in the fifth. In the sixth, however, Cornell rallied for four runs to take the lead and then added an insurance tally in the seventh to pick up the 6-3 win. Mucci (0-4) took the loss, allowing two runs and three hits in 0.1 innings. Dan Gala (1-1) went 5.0 innings to get the win, while Tad Bardenwerper picked up the save. Kaleb Hutchinson was 3-4 with three doubles and scored a pair of runs for the Red. Godusky added a pair of hits for SJU. In game one, Cornell pounded out 13 hits to post a 13-4 win. SJU took a 1-0 lead in the first and added a single run in the third and two more in the sixth, but the Big Red added a pair of runs in the second, four in the third and six in the fourth to break the game open. Rocky Collis (1-1) tossed 6.0 inning, scattering five hits and strikingout five to earn the win. Al Braun (1-3) suffered the defeat allowing six runs on eight hits in 2.1 innings. Three different Cornell players had two hits apiece, including Jon Miller who drow in four runs. The Hawks got two hits from freshman Mike Gentile. SJU returns to the diamond on Sunday to host a twin-bill against St. Peter's.