Green sweeps Fall World Series with 7-4 win in six innings
Redshirt-sophomore catcher Alex Swenson
Redshirt-sophomore catcher Alex Swenson
Senior LHP Garrett Dunlap finished off his fall season with four solid innings while freshman RHP Baker Chapman and sophomore RHP Chris Kaminski closed things down to lead the Greed squad to a 7-4 win over the Black team in six innings, in Game 3 of the Green & Black Fall World Series on Saturday afternoon at John Sessions.

Dunlap earned the win after allowing three runs on three hits with four walks and six strikeouts in four innings of work. Freshman RHP Clay Kollenbaum was tagged with the loss.

Redshirt-sophomore catcher Alex Swenson (2-4, 2B, Run) and freshman infielder Jimmy Howick (2-4, RBI, BB, two runs) each led the Green offense. Senior infielder Dan Maier (3 BB, run) and freshman outfielder Joey Belviso (1-2, 2B, BB) also contributed to the squad.

The Black team was led by redshirt-junior first baseman Alex Martinez (1-3, 2 RBI), sophomore third baseman Glen Johnson (1-2, 2B, BB), junior outfielder Esterlin Perozo (1-3, RBI) and senior catcher Brad Simmons (2 BB, run).