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2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Regional – Game 1
Army (41-14) vs. Virginia (39-17-1)
Davenport Field | Charlottesville, Va. | June 2, 2012 | 1 p.m.

Army Post-Game Notes

• Army is making its fifth all-time NCAA Tournament appearance and now owns a 3-9 record in tournament play.
• After playing for a total of 13 minutes on Friday morning, rain delayed the contest for 25 hours and 17 minutes.
• Army is now 0-5 in its first game of an NCAA Tournament and has played the host school in each of those setbacks.
• The eight-run deficit serves as the largest run difference in an Army defeat this season, surpassing the Black Knights’ April 4 loss to fellow NCAA participant, Manhattan (seven runs, 18-11).
• Army starting pitcher Chris Rowley walked his fourth batter of the game in the bottom of the second inning, giving him the most walks of the season in any of his 15 starts. Rowley entered the contest with only 17 walks on the season over 91.1 innings pitched. He finished walking five batters.
• Rowley plunked UVa’s Colin Harrington in the bottom of the sixth inning, serving as the fourth Cavalier he hit on the afternoon, tying his season high. Rowley entered the game with nine total batters he hit in 91.1 innings of work, and four of those previously came in a May 12 game against Lafayette.
• Rowley started the season hitting only five batters over 72.2 innings, but has hit eight batters in the past 18.2 innings pitched.
• Rowley went 6.0 innings and gave up six runs, tying the most runs he has given up all season. Rowley also gave up six runs on May 12 vs. Lafayette.
• Kevin McKague drove in a run in the sixth inning, giving him 45 RBI on the season, moving him in a tie for No. 8 all-time at Army for runs batted in for a season. McKague is tied with Mike Scioletti (1996).
• With two hits against the Cavaliers, Zach Price has hit safely in his last eight games.

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