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April 18, 2013

FSU starts strong in CAC tourney

Faces top-seeded Salisbury today at 12:30

DOVER, Del. — Corey Jefferson homered, singled twice and drove in a pair of runs to lead third-seeded Wesley to a 7-5 win over fourth-seeded Frostburg State in the opening round of the Capital Athletic Conference baseball tournament on Tuesday.

Frostburg State (20-13) took a quick lead when J.K. Filauro singled on the first pitch of the game and, after a Kevin Kean single, scored on a sacrifice fly by Rob Jennings.

But Frostburg was held scoreless on two hits over the next five innings and Wesley (19-13) led 6-1 entering the seventh.

Jon Keeler had an RBI single in the FSU seventh. Jennings hit an RBI triple and Dylan Shupe a two-run homer in the eighth, bringing the Bobcats to 7-5.

Austin Poretz (3-3) absorbed the loss, allowing four hits and eight walks in 3 2-3 innings.

Frostburg will play at top-seeded Salisbury on Friday, at 12:30 p.m., in the double-elimination tournament.

Men’s Lacrosse

Frostburg 13, Mary Washington 11

FROSTBURG — Frostburg State built a big early lead, lost it, and scored two late goals to beat Mary Washington 13-11 in Capital Athletic Conference men’s lacrosse Wednesday night.

Ryan Serio scored four goals, including three in a row in the first quarter, and Devin Colegrove had two goals and two assists to lead the Bobcats (10-5, 2-3). Greg Bourne had a goal and three assists.

Spenser Love’s second goal of the night gave FSU a 7-1 lead early in the second quarter, but Mary Washington (7-6, 1-4) roared back with four straight goals to get to within 7-5. A three-goal spurt later enabled the Eagles to tie it 11-11 in the fourth.

Bourne broke the tie by scooping up a misplayed ball near midfield, racing to the net and scoring on a hard, low shot. Love scored on a breakaway later in the fourth to seal the win.

The Bobcats host Wesley Saturday at noon.

Women’s Lacrosse

Shepherd 26, Frostburg 5

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University used an 11-goal run in the second half to overpower Frostburg State, 26-5, in non-conference women’s lacrosse action, Thursday afternoon.

The Rams (9-6) limited the Bobcats (5-9) to just four goals in the first half and one goal in the second half while the hosts raced out to a 14-4 halftime lead.

Frostburg’s Megan White continued her offensive prowess by pacing the Bobcats with three goals which marks her 10th multi-goal game this season. Walker also registered one goal, one assist, one ground ball and three draw controls. Goalie Naomi Swann notched nine saves.

Frostburg returns to action on Saturday for its last regular season game against conference foe Salisbury in a 3 p.m. contest at Bobcat Stadium.

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