University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Pitt-Johnstown Seal

vs. Seton Hill University - 03/29/13

 Mountain Cats Split to Open Seton Hill Series
     03/30/13... (Game 1) (Game 2) Jake Warner (Dillsburg, Pa.) collectred five hits and drove in four, and Derek Younker (Big Cove Tannery, Pa.) tossed a complete-game to lead the Mountain Cats to a 13-7 win over Seton Hill University to open a three-game WVIAC Northern Division series on Friday at Point Stadium.  The Griffins earned the split came with an 8-0 win in the nightcap.  Pitt-Johnstown is now 15-9 overall and 6-6 in conference-play.
     In the opener, the Mountain Cats erased a 3-0 deficit with five runs in the third inning, before breaking it open with five more runs in the sixth to seal the 13-7 win.
     Warner was 5-for-5 with a double, triple and four RBI, and Drew Ebersole (Martinsburg, Pa.) added three hits, including s solo homerun, and three RBI to lead a 19-hit Pitt-Johnstown attack.  Mike Palkovitz (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) had three hits and drove in a pair, and Sam Barbera (Harrisburg, Pa.) had three hits and scored three runs.  The Mountain Cats also got two hits from Jeff Campbell (Brackenridge, Pa.) and three RBI from Zach Vignero (Johnstown, Pa.).
    Younker improved to 4-2 after allowing seven runs (1 unearned) on 13 hits in the colplete-game effort.  Younker also fanned five and walked just one.
     In game two, Seton Hill left-hander Alex Haines held Pitt-Johnstown to just three hits and struckout eight in the 8-0 win.
     Vignero collected two hits, and Kyle Morrow (McVeytown, Pa.) accounted for the only other Mountain Cat base hit.
     John Fees (Carrolltown, Pa.) took the loss and dropped to 2-3 after surrendering six earned runs on seven hits in four innings of work.
     With the split, Seton Hill is now 20-6 overall and 13-3 in the WVIAC Northern Division.
The Mountain Cats wrap-up the three-game WVIAC Northern Division series against Seton Hill University with a nine-inning game on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Johnstown's Point Stadium, before traveling to the University of Charleston (WV) for a conference doubleheader on Tuesday.