Terps Come Up Short Against James Madison in Harrisonburg

By Gill Vesely

Despite having more at-bats and getting more hits than their opponent, the Maryland baseball team fell behind James Madison Tuesday and remained in that position all game falling 8-6.

The Terps had eight hits on the night, two of which came in the form of doubles by second baseman Brandon Lowe, and left fielder Tim Lewis claimed two RBIs. But the Dukes scored early and often, with two runs in the first and third innings, and a breakout inning of four runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Five Terps left at least two teammates on base, totaling 13 stranded runners, while the Dukes played efficiently, leaving just six on base. Maryland’s Jake Drossner was assigned the loss, putting him at 0-1 on the season. The Terps look to bounce back on track started this Friday when they face Michigan in a three-game series.

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