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Feb. 22, 2002

Charleston, SC — Senior third baseman Dan Street went 3-for-5, with threehome runs and seven RBI to lead Virginia past Old Dominion, 12-4, in gamenumber one of the Berkeley Electric Cooperative Shootout in Riley Park.

All told Virginia and Old Dominion combined for seven home runs withVirginia smashing five.

Virginia (4-0) started the scoring in the top of the first inning when leftfielder David Stone led the game off with an opposite field home run. TheCavaliers tacked on three more in the top of the third as Street cracked hisfirst three-run homer over the left field scoreboard.

Old Dominion (3-3) jumped on the board in the bottom of the fourth whenright fielder Brent Sollenberger hit a solo shot to bring the score to a,4-1, Virginia advantage.

Virginia extended their lead to 9-1 in the top of the seventh as they postedfive runs in the frame. The inning was highlighed by a double by rightfielder Shawn McCleary that scored two runs. Street then accounted for thenext three runs of the inning as he belted his second three-run homer of thegame.

Old Dominion added runs in each of the next three innings that included ahome run by pinch hitter Dana Arrowood and a RBI single by center fielderRyan Harvey.

The Cavaliers added a run in the eighth as catcher Andrew Reisefeld hit asolo home run and two more in the ninth when Street belted his third homerof the game.

Cavalier starter Jeff Kamrath pitched six innings, allowed one earned runand struck out four to pick up his second victory of the season. OldDominion starter James Burok took the loss and fell to 0-1 on the season.

Virginia returns on Saturday to face The Citadel at 5 pm, while Old Dominionwill face West Virginia at 10 am.

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