Wake Downs Cavaliers, 11-2
April 9, 1999
WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Right-hander Mike MacDougal tossed a completegame and Chase Voshell went 4-for-4 with two RBI as Wake Forest defeatedVirginia, 11-2, on Friday afternoon at Hooks Stadium.
With the victory, Wake Forest’s record improves to 22-10 overalland 7-5 in the Atlantic Coast Conference while Virginia drops to 15-21 and5-7 in league play.
MacDougal (7-2) picked up the victory with his second complete gameof the season while recording a career-high 11 strikeouts. He allowed justone earned run on four hits and four walks.
Virginia starter Greg Withelder (3-6) took the loss aftersurrendering nine runs in 2 1/3 innings of work.
The Demon Deacons jumped on the board early and often, scoring nineruns in the first three innings of the game. Andrew Riepe blasted athree-run homer in the first inning, his fifth of the season, while ScottDaeley pushed the lead to 5-0 with a two-run single in the second. BenDanosky hit a two-run homer to center field, his seventh of the season, andVoshell hit a two run blast, his fifth, to give Wake Forest a 9-0 leadafter three innings.
Virginia scored an unearned run in the sixth with a RBI single fromJulian Gonzales while a solo home run from Hunter Wyant gave the Cavs theirsecond run of the game. Wyant finished 2-for-4 with one RBI.
Wake Forest added a run in the eighth on a RBI single from Daeleyand another in the ninth on a RBI double from Danny Borrell to make thescore 11-2.
Seven of nine Wake Forest starters had at least one hit in thegame, including two hits apiece from Daeley, Borrell and Jon Palmieri.Daeley and Riepe each had three RBI in the game.
WAKE FOREST 11, VIRGINIA 2
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Withelder, Kennedy (3), Marinak (8) and Benick. MacDougal and Riepe.2B-Borrell (WF). HR-Wyant (V), Riepe (WF), Danosky (WF), Voshell (WF).W-MacDougal (7-2). L-Withelder (3-6). T-2:13. A-521.