Baseball Notches Another Mark In The Win Column

Lyndon Coleman hit is second home run of the year, a grand slam to left center. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry University baseball team downed the Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish for the second time this season at home on Tuesday evening. The Bucs won 8-6.
 
Both teams were scoreless though the top of the fifth. In the bottom half of the inning, the Bucs brought the bats as Lyndon Coleman hit a grand slam to left center scoring Manny Pedrozo, James Young, and Ryan Garcia. Later in the inning Dean Green hit a solo shot to right to give the Bucs the 5-0 lead.
 
The Sailfish scored one in the sixth and two in the eighth to cut the lead to 5-3. The Bucs, however, padded their lead in the bottom of the eighth with three runs off a hit, a passed ball, and a PBA error. Adrian English scored on a Dean Green double. Green scored on the passed ball, and Garcia scored on the error. The Bus went up 8-3.
 
PBA scored three runs in the ninth, but the Buccaneer defense remained resilient, allowing no more runs to take the 8-6 win.
 
Jordan Wellander threw seven innings for the Bucs, taking the win and moving to 1-1 on the season. Jeremiah Cothiere took the loss for PBA and moves to 2-1 on the year.
 
The Bucs return to action on this weekend when they host Saint Leo for a game on Friday evening and a doubleheader on Saturday.
 
Barry 8, Palm Beach Atlantic 6
(03/22/11 at Miami Shores, Fla.)
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Palm Beach Atlantic. 000 001 023  -  6 13  2      (17-10)
Barry............................ 000 050 03X  -  8  7  2      (19-8)
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Pitchers: Palm Beach Atlantic - Jeremiah Cothiere; Byron Skinner(8); Alejandro De Moya(8) and
Travis Murray. Barry - Jordan Wellander; T.J. Mullins(8); Tyler King(8) and Chris Leon.
Win-Jordan Wellander(1-1)  Loss-Jeremiah Cothiere(2-1)  T-2:27  A-423
HR PBAB - Matt Civetti (2).
HR BUB - Dean Green (6); Lyndon Coleman (2).
Cothiere faced 2 batters in the 8th.
Game: BB0322

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