Tufts too tough for Quakers: Jumbos get supersized win at Guilford

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Nate Bankoff’s two-run homer in the sixth inning broke a
2-2 tie and sent visiting Tufts University to a 7-3 baseball win at Guilford
College Monday. Chase Rose had an RBI double in the decisive sixth frame and
added a two-run homer in the seventh for the Jumbos (3-0).

Derek Miller (1-0) notched his first win of the young season with 7 2/3
innings of five-hit ball. He walked three and fanned six before giving way
to Ed Bernstein with two runners on in the eighth inning. Bernstein got out
of the jam by striking out Will Cornelius and then fanned two in a scoreless
ninth for his first save of 2010.

Kyle Wooden paced Guilford’s offense with two of the Quakers’ six hits,
including his team-leading sixth homer of the year, a solo shot in the sixth
inning. Guilford starter Zach Daw (0-2) looked strong early and fanned a
career-high nine in 5 2/3 innings before Tufts came alive in the sixth
inning. Will Henschel threw two scoreless innings of relief for Guilford
(10-12), which has lost seven straight.

The Quakers host Roanoke College Tuesday in a 3:30 p.m. Old Dominion
Athletic Conference contest on McBane Field.


Tufts 7, Guilford 3 (Mar 22, 2010 at Greensboro, NC)


Tufts…………… 000 005 200 – 7 13 3 (3-0)

Guilford………… 010 011 000 – 3 6 3 (10-12)


Pitchers: Tufts – Derek Miller; Ed Bernstein(8) and Matt Collins. Guilford –
Zach Daw; David Thomson(6); Will Henschel(8) and Will Cornelius.

Win-Derek Miller(1-0) Save-Ed Bernstein(1) Loss-Zach Daw(0-2) T-2:20

HR TUF – Chase Rose; Nate Bankoff.

HR GC – Kyle Wooden; Derek Hardison.

Weather: cloudy, windy, mid 50s

Game notes:

Nonconference game

Game: GCB-22

Dave Walters
Guilford College Athletics