WILSON, N.C. - - A four-run seventh inning allowed the Wilmington University baseball team to go 4-0 at the Wilson Tobs Classic, defeating Bloomsburg, 10-7, on Saturday afternoon at Historic Fleming Stadium.
Bloomsburg (6-4) scored seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings but the Wildcats (6-2) answered by scoring one in the sixth, four in the seventh, and two in the eight to go undefeated on the weekend, 4-0.
The Wildcats scored first with a sacrifice fly from Nic Hertzfeld and an error, taking a 2-0 lead in the second inning.
The Huskies (6-4) hit a three-run double, an RBI single, and a walked in a run in the fourth to take a 5-2 lead off starter Tyler Campbell.
Shawn Haut started the comeback with a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth and then the Wildcats came all the way back in the seventh.
Quintin Ivy, who played for the Wilson Tobs in the Coastal Plains League, concluded his hot weekend with a three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh, tying the game, 7-7. John Mead followed with a double to restart the inning and the Shawn Haut brought him home with a sacrifice fly, 8-7.
Freshman Scott Borgmann worked his second inning of relief and worked around a leadoff single in the eighth to keep the score at 8-7. Jack McDonald knocked in Shawn Edevane with an RBI single and then scored on a wild pitch to make it 10-7.
With his two innings of work, Borgmann earned his first collegiate win while AJ Stento left a two-out double on second to earn his second save of the weekend and season.
The Wildcats return north and return to play on March 15 when they host Shippensburg for their 2022 home opener at Wilson Field. First pitch against the Raiders is set for 3:00 p.m.