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Texas A&M Aggies vs. Dartmouth Big Green Recap

Texas A&M continued their strong start to the baseball season Sunday, as they beat Dartmouth to earn a three-game series sweep. The Aggies are now a perfect 12-0 on the season. The key Sunday was getting men on base early. In every one of the first five innings, the Aggies got their first two batters on base. That led to three-run outbursts in the first, second, and fourth. Mitchell Nau went 2-for-5 with three RBI, and leads the team with a .459 average. Matt Kent (3-0) got the win for Texas A&M, allowing four runs in six innings. For Dartmouth, who was playing their first series of the season and fell to 0-3, Joe Purritano drove in two runs and Matt Parisi scored two. Adam Frank allowed six runs in two frames to take the loss.

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Dartmouth Big Green Recap

The Texas A&M Aggies are on a roll. Against the Dartmouth Big Green, they logged 12 hits making it the ninth time they've reached double digit hits in a game this season. Nick Banks went 2 for 4 with a home run and 2 RBI's. Logan Taylor and Blake Kopetsky had similar performances both also going 2 for 4.
The Big Green was the first to score in the third inning when Joe Purritano hit a solo home run over the rightfield fence into the visitor's bullpen.
It didn't take long for the Aggies to gain the lead. In the fourth inning, the Aggies used all of their offensive weapons and took a 3-1 lead. From there the Aggies didn't let up and by the end of the eigth inning they were leading by 7 runs.

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Dartmouth Big Green Recap

The Texas A&M Aggies, looking to continue their perfect record on the young season, hosted the Dartmouth Blue Bells in College Station, Texas, on Friday night. Like his team, starter AJ Minter has been perfect so far, with a 2-0 record and a 0.00 ERA. His ERA did not stay perfect long, as Dartmouth jumped to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning on a Nick Lombardi double, which scored Matt Parisi, who led the game off with a single. In the third, the Blue Bells extended their lead to 3-0. Duncan Robinson started on the hill for Dartmouth, and gave up just two hits in six innings of work. Hunter Melton pull the Aggies to within one in the eighth inning, with his first home run since the 2013 season.
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