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Pirates shut out USF


Tuesday: ECU vs. UNCW, 6:30 pm



USF rolls past Pirates

TAMPA, FL — South Florida scored three runs in its first at-bat and went on to a 10-0 American Athletic Conference win over visiting East Carolina after a 75-minute delay on Saturday night. Casey Mulholland (4-4) pitched eight innings of the shutout. He allowed seven hits and struck out 10. ... More...

Next: ECU at South Florida | Sunday, 11 am



Bulls edge ECU, 2-1

TAMPA, FL — South Florida took a 2-1 American Athletic Conference win over visiting East Carolina on Friday night on a 2-run home run by Luke Maglich in the bottom of the fifth inning. Maglich connected with a 2-1 pitch from Reid Love (3-3) after Luke Borders started the inning with a single to left field. ... More...



ECU tops Camels, 7-5

BUIES CREEK — East Carolina scored three runs in the second inning and led the rest of the way in a 7-5 nonconference win at Campbell on Tuesday night.

A two-out single to right field by Jackson Mims got the Pirates (20-13) started in the second. ... Story & pictures...

Post-game: Cliff Godwin, Eric Tyler...

Pictured: ECU coach Cliff Godwin encourages a batter during the Pirates' 7-5 win over Campbell on Tuesday night in Buies Creek. (Photo  by W.A. Myatt)


Pirates hit the road after series win

It wasn’t a sweep but East Carolina coach Cliff Godwin will certainly take it. The Pirates beat Tulane in the first two games of their pre-Easter series at Clark-LeClair Stadium, giving ECU its first series win in American Athletic Conference play. ... More from Brian Bailey...

Audio: The Brian Bailey Show

The Brian Bailey Show airs on Pirate Radio 1250 on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Brian's guests this week were Todd Gibson, Cliff Godwin and Donnie Kirkpatrick: Replay show...



Recruiting wars: Running Backs

Even though East Carolina may well have acquired the best crop of running backs in program history via recruiting and transfers over the past year, don't expect the Pirate to ignore the position while pursuing prospects for the Class of 2016. ... More from Sammy Batten...

Recruiting Wars: QB | RB | WR | TE | OL | DE | NT | LB | DB



Tulane wins series finale

GREENVILLE — A three-run third inning put Tulane ahead to stay and the Green Wave went on to an 8-6 American Athletic Conference win over East Carolina at Clark-LeClair Stadium on Saturday. ... More...

Next: ECU at Campbell | Tuesday, 6 pm



Pirates rally to take series

GREENVILLE — East Carolina trailed Tulane 4-3 in their American Athletic Conference contest at Clark-LeClair Stadium on Friday night before rallying for four runs in the sixth inning and four more in the seventh for an 11-4 victory. ... More...

Next: ECU vs. Tulane | Saturday, 12 pm


By Al Myatt
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TAMPA, FL — Four East Carolina pitchers combined to shut out South Florida in a 6-0 American Athletic Conference win on Sunday.

David Lucroy, Nick Durazo, Joe Ingle and Jimmy Boyd limited the Bulls (24-12, 7-2 AAC) to a total of five hits and totaled 11 strikeouts.

Durazo (2-0) went three innings for the win in relief of Lucroy, who started and tossed two and two-thirds. Ingle got an out to end the sixth before Boyd threw the final three innings for his first save.

A three-run fifth inning put ECU (21-15, 4-5 AAC) ahead to stay. Garrett Brooks had a two-out single before Jackson Mims walked. Hunter Allen doubled down the left field line to bring in Brooks for a 1-0 lead.

Charlie Yorgen drew a walk off of Bulls reliever Michael Farley before two runs scored on a single to right field by Reid Love.

The Pirates added two runs in the eighth. Travis Watkins singled to right field with one out and Eric Tyler doubled down the left field line. Bryce Harman was hit by a pitch to load the bases before Luke Lowery had an RBI single through the left side. ECU led 5-0 after a sacrifice fly by Brooks.

The Pirates manufactured the final run in the ninth after a leadoff single by Allen. Yorgen's sacrifice bunt moved Allen to second. Love's single to left center put Allen at third and Watkins' sacrifice fly brought him in.

Allen, Yorgen, Love and Tyler had two hits each. Love had two RBIs and Allen scored twice.

ECU had 12 hits.

The Pirates host UNC-Wilmington (25-8) at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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