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Baseball Battles To 6-4 Win Over St. Vincent

Baseball Battles To 6-4 Win Over St. Vincent


Score: Emerson 6, St. Vincent 4

Records: Emerson Lions (2-4) ; St. Vincent Bearcats (2-1)

Pitching Records: WP: Johnny Maffei (1-0) ; LP: Brenden Lavely (0-1) | S: Jack Fox (1)

Location: Auburndale, Fl. (Lake Myrtle Field #8)

Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

The Lead: Sophomore Quinton Copeland (Houston, Tex.) batted four-for-five at the plate followed by four more Lions belting two hits apiece as the Emerson baseball team picked up a comeback 6-4 win over St. Vincent on Tuesday morning. 




Copeland: 4-for-5, one run scored, one RBI

Louie Davolio: 2-for-4, double, stolen base, two RBI

Thai Morgan: 2-for-5, double, two runs scored, stolen base

Matt Nachamie: 2-for-5, stolen base

Andre Padovani: 2-for-5, one run scored, stolen base

Jake Hatch: 1-for-4, home run, one run scored, one RBI

Maffei (1-0) - 6.2 innings, eight hits, four runs, two walks & five strikeouts 

Bryan Simmons-Hayes - 1.1 innings, two hits, one walk

Fox - 1.0 innings, one strikeout



Johnny Daggs: 4-for-4, double, one run scored, two RBI

Justin Wright: 2-for-4, double, one run scored, one RBI

Lavely (0-1) - 4.1 innings, eight hits, four runs, two walks & one strikeout 

Mark Locke - 1.2 innings, two hits, two runs & one strikeout

Matt Evans - 3.0 innings, two walks & three strikeouts



  • After Will Tsal singled in Daggs for the game's first run in the bottom of the third, Emerson answered in their half of the fourth to equalize the score at 1-all on Davolio's RBI two-bagger. 
  • Daggs slapped a two-RBI single into left to cross both TJ Dailey and Wright as the Bearcats jumped ahead to the 3-1 edge in the bottom of the fourth. 
  • Down by two, Emerson pieced together a three-run fourth frame to jump ahead by one at 4-3. 
  • The inning began when Hatch smacked his first collegiate home long ball to bring the Lions within one (3-2) and plated the inning's next pair of runs on a Bearcats error at short and a wild pitch (4-3). 
  • Emerson held on to the tight one-run advantage and bolstered its lead once and for all in the top of the seventh when Copeland and Davolio batted back-to-back RBI singles with the Lions ahead, 6-3.
  • Wright gave St. Vincent some life when he sent a two-out RBI single into center with Emerson's advantage cut to 6-4 before the inning wrapped on a grounder to short. 
  • A key defensive play by Copeland in the eighth kept the Bearcats off the board when the right fielder pegged Zach Mammana down at the plate to preserve the Lions one run lead. 
  • Fox entered the ninth and retired the Bearcats in order on a fly out, strikeout and grounder to second as Emerson snagged the 6-4 victory. 


  • Emerson heads into the halfway point of its spring break trip and takes on Grove City on Wednesday, March 3 at 12:00 p.m.