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Canes Baseball Lose 2 of 3 in Charlottesville to ACC Power Virginia

Miami was looking to win back-to-back ACC series for the first time this season, but were only able to get one victory against Virginia.

The Canes are playing pretty well, but to say Morris' seat is warm is an understatement
The Canes are playing pretty well, but to say Morris' seat is warm is an understatement

On Friday, the Canes opened a three game series in Charlottesville to the tune of a 15-4 loss to Virginia. The game was actually tied at 4 going into the bottom of the 4th inning, but the Cavaliers scored 11 unanswered runs to take game one of the series. The only Miami player to have multiple hits was Brad Fieger who went 2-5 with an RBI. Starter Chris Diaz took the loss going 5 1/3 innings while giving up 10 hits and 5 earned runs.

On Saturday, Miami was only able to manage 4 hits and suffering an 8-1 loss. All 4 hits were singles, 1 each by Alex San Juan, Michael Broad, Ricky Eusebio, and Garrett Kennedy. Bryan Radziewski was the losing pitcher going 6 innings and giving up 6 hits and 2 earned runs.

On Sunday, the Canes were able to win the series finale over Virginia by a score of 4-3, while handing the Cavaliers just their third loss on the season. Miami still didn't do much offensively, only getting 5 hits, but it was enough to savage a win. Chris Barr was 2-4 and Grant Heyman was 1-3 with a double and an RBI. Thomas Woodrey earned the win going 3 1/3 innings while giving up 4 hits and no earned runs to improve his record to 4-0. Eric Nedeljkovic got the save going a scoreless 1 2/3 innings while giving up no hits and striking out 3.

Next up is a mid-week game, as the Canes welcome Bethune-Cookman to The Light on Wednesday at 6 before the Seminoles travel to Coral Gables for a three game series this weekend.