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BASEBALL

ECU blasts Phoenix

ELON East Carolina completed a sweep of its three-game series at Elon by pounding out 22 hits in a 20-4 win on Sunday. The Pirates (13-6) led 8-0 before erupting for seven runs in the sixth inning. ECU added five more runs in the seventh before the Phoenix (8-9) closed the scoring with two runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth. ... More...

Next: ECU vs. Princeton | Tuesday, 6:30 pm

 

BASEBALL

Pirates rally to clinch series

ELON East Carolina was down to its last out and trailed 8-7 at Elon on Saturday afternoon before rallying for four runs in the top of the ninth and an 11-8 win. With two down and nobody on in the ninth, Pirates pinch hitter Luke Bolka reached base on an error and the comeback unfolded from there. ... More...

Next: East Carolina at Elon | Sunday, 1:30 pm

 

BASKETBALL: AAC TOURNAMENT

No. 20 SMU survives Pirates

HARTFORD, CT Top-seeded Southern Methodist withstood a challenge from eighth-seeded East Carolina for a 74-68 quarterfinal win in the American Athletic Conference tournament Friday afternoon at the XL Center. The Pirates (14-18) attacked from beyond the arc ... More...

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FOOTBALL

Finding kicker on Doll's special list

East Carolina special teams coordinator and football alumnus Kirk Doll has been making plans in addition to preparing for spring practice, which starts a week from today. ... More from Al Myatt...

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BASEBALL

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

 

BASKETBALL: AAC TOURNAMENT

Pirates edge UCF in OT

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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Pictured: East Carolina second baseman Charlie Yorgen makes a play on a ground ball in a 9-4 midweek loss to Campbell. (Photo  by W.A. Myatt)
 
 

By Al Myatt
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ELON East Carolina completed a sweep of its three-game series at Elon by pounding out 22 hits in a 20-4 win on Sunday.

The Pirates (13-6) led 8-0 before erupting for seven runs in the sixth inning. ECU added five more runs in the seventh before the Phoenix (8-9) closed the scoring with two runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth.

Among the Pirates' hitting leaders were Reid Love, who was 5-for-7 with four RBIs, Travis Watkins, who went 5-for-5, Bailey Sugg, who hit a grand slam, and Luke Lowery, who belted his eighth home run and totaled five RBIs.

Eric Tyler, Jackson Mims, Hunter Allen and Cam Snow each had two hits.

Junior right-hander David Lucroy started on the mound for ECU and delivered six scoreless innings. He allowed three hits while walking three and striking out five.

Evan Voliva, Luke Bolka and Joe Ingle each threw an inning in relief.

The Pirates played errorless defense.

ECU is scheduled to host Princeton for a pair of midweek games, on Tuesday and Wednesday with the first pitch set for 6:30 p.m. for both contests.

The Tigers were 1-8 going into a game at Maryland today. They have played LSU, UNC-Greensboro and the Terps, all on the road.

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