MT. PLEASANT, S.C. --- Danny Wondrack (Wall, N.J.) drove in three runs, and Dupree Hart (Rock Hill, S.C.) went 3-for-4 with a career-high three stolen bases to lead the College of Charleston baseball team to a 7-2 win over No. 27 University of Connecticut on Saturday afternoon at Patriots Point.
College of Charleston (5-1) utilized four extra base hits, stole six bases, and scored three runs with two outs in its first win over a ranked opponent since an 11-4 victory against No. 20 Coastal Carolina last season. Blake Robinson (Florence, S.C.), Josh Price (Dillion, S.C.), and Nathan Ocker (Middletown, Pa.) combined for nine strikeouts while holding UConn (3-2) to two runs on nine hits.
Wondrack paced the Cougars with a three-RBI day, clubbing a solo homer in the second before plating two in with a two-out single in the third. Hart collected a team-high three hits with a double and two singles, while plating one and finishing the day with a career-best three stolen bases. Chaz Davey (North Augusta, S.C.) went 2-for-4 with his ninth RBI of the season, as Bradley Dixon (Greenwood, S.C.) scored two runs in a 1-for-4 effort.
Robinson went four and two-thirds innings in his second nod of the season, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out four in a no decision. Price earned the win, scattering four hits and striking out four in three and two-thirds. Ocker recorded the final two outs with a strikeout and a lazy fly to center.
John Toppa led the way for UConn with a 2-for-3 day, driving in two and scoring two more with a single and a two-run home run. Michael Woodworth finished 3-for-5 in the contest with a run scored, while Paul Gozzo collected two hits.
Colby Dunlop lasted three innings in a losing effort, allowing three runs on six hits and striking out three. Angus Mayock surrendered three runs without allowing a hit in one-third of an inning, before Avery Santos settled things down for the Huskies with a two and one-third scoreless frames. Jimmy Wang tossed the final two and one-third for UConn, surrendering one run on two hits.