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Miami Baseball drops final game of Series to Louisville, 5-4

Errors costly during the three game set.

Richard Lewis/Miami Athletics

The #10 Miami Hurricanes baseball team concluded a three game set with #11 Louisville this afternoon with a 5-4 loss.

Louisville got the walk off win Vs UM closer Bryan Garcia to close out a frustrating series for the 'Canes.

UM jumped out to a 1-0 lead, on a double by George Iskenderian, chasing home Ricky Eusebio.

In the bottom of the first though. Louisville struck for two runs on three hits again UM starter Derik Beauprez, who lasted just two innings this afternoon.

David Thompson's two run double would ignite a three run third  that put the 'Canes back on top.

But the Cardinals evened things up at 4 in the bottom of the inning, aided by a Brandon Lopez error.

Lefty Danny Garcia would come out of the pen and pitch four scoreless innings for the Hurricanes and the game would remain even until the bottom of the 9th when Brendan McKay singled in the winning run for the Cards.

In the bottom of the eighth Louisville mounted a threat, putting a runner in scoring position, but the All-American closer Garcia came on to put out the fire.

In the 9th he was not as fortunate.