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Miami Hurricanes vs. Wright State Raiders Recap

Wright State exploded for 12 runs on 16 hits Sunday, helping the Raiders to knock off Miami. Miami still won two of three in the series, but Wright State has to be happy to leave Coral Gables with even one win over the country's eighth-ranked team. Seven different players had two hits each for the Raiders, who knocked Miami starter Derek Beauprez out with a six-run second inning. Mitch Roman led the way for Wright State with two doubles and three RBI, but every starter scored at least one run. Jeremy Randolph (1-0) got the win in relief, while Beauprez (1-1) took the loss. The teams' starting pitchers combined to pitch only two innings. For Miami, which fell to 8-4, Willie Abreu went 4-for-5 and Carl Chester hit his second home run of the season. Wright State improved to 5-4.

Miami Hurricanes vs. Wright State Raiders Recap

Willie Abreu singled home the winning run in the bottom of the ninth for Miami Saturday, completing the Hurricanes' comeback win over Wright State. Abreu entered the at bat 0-for-4 on the night, but his winning single on the 10th pitch of the at bat allowed the 11th-ranked Hurricanes to celebrate their second straight walk-off victory. The closed out a solid opening month of the season with an 8-3 record. Miami had trailed throughout most of the game after Wright State plated two runs in the first and another in the fourth, but the Hurricanes bullpen shut down the Raiders until the bats got going. Carl Chester, Ricky Eusebio, and George Iskendarian all had three hits for Miami, while Mitch Roman was the only Wright State player with two hits. Bryan Garcia (1-0) pitched a scoreless ninth to get the win in relief.

Miami Hurricanes vs. Wright State Raiders Recap

The Miami baseball team scored first and often as they took down the Wright State Raiders in a baseball game. The Hurricane pitcher was able to pitch 7 scoreless innings and only allowed three base runners. Two of those baserunners were able to seal a base but that was as far as they got. The Miami batters were able to hit the ball. Two Miami batters hit homeruns and seven batters were able to reach base. The Miami defense was good along with the pitcher. They were able to execute four double plays during the game that only lasted a little over two and a half hours. All in all it was a good win for a team that is trying to win their conference for the first time since 1988. Next up the Miami Hurricanes have a date with a top 10 team in the Florida State Seminoles next weekend.
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