Charleston’s streak snapped in finale loss to William & Mary
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - William & Mary used multi-run innings in the first, fourth and sixth to snap Charleston’s 10-game win streak Sunday by a 12-3 final score.
Final Score: William & Mary 12, Charleston 3
Location: Williamsburg, Va.
Records: William & Mary (8-8, 1-2 CAA), Charleston (11-4, 2-1 CAA)
How It Happened
William & Mary scored two runs in the first inning, the first coming across on back-to-back doubles.
Jared Kirven got Charleston back within 2-1 on an RBI groundout in the fourth and Luke Wood added an RBI on a fielder’s choice in the fifth.
The Tribe extended their lead to 5-1 in the fourth on a Ben Williamson home run then broke it open with six runs in the home half of the sixth.
Charleston moved to 7-2 all-time in CAA-opening series with the weekend win and 4-1 under head coach Chad Holbrook.
The Cougars also improved their head-to-head record against William & Mary to 25-12 all-time.
Will Baumhofer had a career-best three walks in the loss Sunday.
Charleston heads to Clemson for a Tuesday afternoon battle with the Tigers. First pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m. from Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
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