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Guario tallied four runs and four RBIs on four hits
Neumann Picks Off Haverford in a Non-Conference Match Up

April 16, 2008

Box Score

Aston, PA- Two Knights finish the day with four RBIs as the team finds victory for the second time in the last three games.

Joseph Slater and William Guario both had four hits in the non-conference match-up. Guario also had four RBIs and scroed four runs while Josiah Hughes got around the horn four times himself. Despite a shaky first inning from pitcher Kurt Hayes, Neumann's Art Wharton walked away with the win and Chirs Orlando gathers the save.

Neumann had some ground to make up when Haverford put up four runs in the first inning. The Knights got things moving in the bottom of the second when Lincoln-Kaleigh Schrock reached based on an error. Josiah Hughes was sent to first after he was hit by a pitch and Guario was walked loading the bases for the Knights. Singles from George Hatton, Brian Alburger and Kevin Lengyel sent five runners home giving the Knights the advantage. Lengyel would score late in the inning on a pitching error giving the Knights six runs and the lead.  

In the third and fourth innings the Fords tried to answer the Knight's six-run inning but were only able to sneak two runners home on wild pitches and one home on a triple RBI from Robbie Crabtree.


Neumann showed a series of offensive surges from the fourth inning on. Schrock got the wheels turning for the Knights on a double in the fourth and William Guario sent home two runners on a single. In the fifth, Guario connected again for a double sending two more runners around.


The seventh would prove to be another exciting inning for the Knights as they tallied five more runs. Dave Dragone hit a double shot giving the Knights three more runs. Brian Rudd was the finale  of the Knights' scoring parade when he earned a single RBI for the team. The Knights would finish the game with 19 runs off of 21 hits.

Neumann will be back on the field Friday to face conference opponent Gwynedd Mercy College at home for the first game of a three game series.


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