Courtesy of Bob Lowe, Guilford College assistant SID:
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Alec Seaton hit 4-for-5 as William Peace
University rallied to win at Guilford College, 11-7, on Wednesday
afternoon. Seaton scored twice and had one RBI for WPU.
The Pacers improved to 4-11. The Quakers dropped to 6-10 on the
season. William Peace had 16 hits to Guilford’s 10.
Mitchell Stumpo had a great day at the plate for Guilford. He went
3-for-5 with a double, scored once and drove in one teammate.
GC took a 7-6 lead after plating two runs in the sixth inning. Ellis
Stokes walked to lead off the inning. He was pushed to second on a
sacrifice by Dylan Tuttle and then he stole third base. He scored on a
ground out by Giovanni Garcia. Tanner Hobbs later doubled down the
right field line to score Bryce Vestal (who had singled). Vestal was
2-of-4 and scored twice.
Ryan Hill started for the Quakers and allowed six runs (five earned)
in three innings for the home team. Joey Hegeman tossed a stellar
three frames for the Quakers. He gave up no runs, no hits and had four
strikeouts against no walks. Parker Brann (0-2) entered with the lead
in the top of the seventh. He allowed two runs, two hits, one walk and
took the loss.
William Peace added two runs in the eighth and one more in the ninth
for the final 11-7 score.
Five pitchers took the mound for the Pacers. Nick Carter (1-0) was the
pitcher of record when William Peace retook the lead and got the win.
He pitched 2/3 of an inning and allowed two hits.
Easton Payton had three hits for WPU. Nathan Holt knocked two doubles
and Tyler Tilson and Kyle Lowke each recorded two hits for the
The Quakers play at Hampden-Sydney College on Saturday (3/16). Game
time for the ODAC game is 12 p.m.