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Saturday: ECU at Elon, 4:30 pm

 
 

BASKETBALL: AAC TOURNAMENT

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Pirates take opener at Elon

GREENVILLE East Carolina used home runs from Luke Lowery, Bryce Harman and Charlie Yorgen in a 10-3 win at Elon on Friday afternoon. Evan Kruczynski (4-1) pitched seven innings as the Pirates improved to 11-6. He allowed three runs, two earned, on nine hits with a pair of strikeouts. ... More...

Next: ECU at Elon | Saturday, 4:30 pm

 

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HARTFORD, CT East Carolina survived and advanced in the first game of the 2015 American Athletic Conference tournament with an 81-80 overtime win over Central Florida at the XL Center on Thursday afternoon. The Pirates (14-18) used a balanced scoring attack that included 19 points from freshman B.J. Tyson and a career high 18 from Marshall Guilmette, 13 each from Michel Nzege and Caleb White and 11 from Paris Roberts-Campbell. ... More...

 

BASEBALL

Slam sends Campbell by ECU

GREENVILLE Cole Hallum's grand slam in a six-run sixth inning helped Campbell to a 9-4 win over East Carolina at Clark-LeClair Stadium on Tuesday night. The Camels (14-2) won their 11th straight game and halted a four-game winning streak for ECU (9-6).

The Pirates outhit the visitors 16-11 but loaded the bases with none out in the fifth without adding to a 3-1 lead. ... Story & picture...

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BASEBALL

Pirates finish sweep

GREENVILLE East Carolina scored two runs in the seventh inning for a 3-2 win over Monmouth on Sunday, completing a three-game series sweep of the Hawks. Reid Love singled to lead off ECU's half of the seventh. An error by the Monmouth first baseman on a sacrifice bunt by Parker Lamm put runners at first and second. A sacrifice bunt by Eric Tyler moved both runners into scoring position. Bryce Harman's sacrifice fly tied the score at 2 and an RBI single up the middle by Travis Watkins scored Lamm ... More...

 
 

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ELON East Carolina used home runs from Luke Lowery, Bryce Harman and Charlie Yorgen in a 10-3 win at Elon on Friday afternoon.

Evan Kruczynski (4-1) pitched seven innings as the Pirates improved to 11-6. He allowed three runs, two earned, on nine hits with a pair of strikeouts.

Reid Love put the Phoenix (8-7) down in order in the eighth to extend his string of consecutive retired batters to 15. Ross Gardner worked a scoreless ninth.

Harman had a two-run triple and Lowery had a two-run homer as the Pirates pushed their lead to 7-2 with four runs in the top of the fifth inning. The blast to left center was Lowery's sixth this year.

Yorgen's first homer of the season staked ECU to a 1-0 lead in the first.

Jimmy Boyd's sacrifice fly scored Eric Tyler in the second for a 2-0 Pirates lead.

Runs in the second and third for the Phoenix evened the score at 2 before ECU went ahead to stay in the fourth on Harman's homer to right, his first of the year.

Tyler's double in the eighth scored Lowery, who had walked and stole second, for an 8-3 Pirates advantage.

ECU's two-run ninth started with singles by Kirk Morgan and Hunter Allen. Morgan scored on a sacrifice bunt by Yorgen and Lowery had an RBI single to left.

Lowery and Morgan totaled three hits each as the Pirates outhit their hosts, 14-9. Harman and Tyler had two hits apiece.

Additional matchups in the three-game series at Elon are scheduled for 4:30 p.m. today and 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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