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Recap - Dutchmen downed as Mohawks win eighth in a row

The heat was at times unbearable, but it wasn’t enough to stop the surging Amsterdam Mohawks at Bellizzi Field on Wednesday. They hit the ball early and often en route to their 11-0 win.

The big blast came on a 3 run home run in the 5th inning off of the bat of Jeff Boehm (Kentucky). He had two hits in all, before being ejected after an altercation following an inside pitch.

Another Mohawk that helped the offense was Nathan Gomez (Marshall), who had four singles and scored two runs. Amsterdam had 18 hits as a team, and threatened with baserunners in nearly every frame.

The winning pitcher for the Mohawks was Kevin Archbold (UAlbany) who worked 2 and a third innings out of relief, while only allowing one hit and striking out four. Matt Gallup (Stony Brook) shut the door in 2 and two thirds innings of hitless relief.

The Dutchmen just could not get an offensive groove as they left 10 on base, and wasted all of their opportunities to get on the scoreboard. The only Dutchmen to find the hit column were Morgan Phillips (Charleston) and Jack Wietlispach (Parkland).

Blake Smith (Morehead State) took the tough-luck loss for the Dutchmen as he scattered seven hits over 5 innings, while only allowing a single run. Albany dropped their record to 5-6, and will play Watertown tomorrow at home. Amsterdam won their eighth in a row, and improved their record to 9-2.

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