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Pastore breaks all-time hits record as Brockport Baseball defeats University of Rochester.

By Zach Harnischfeger


BROCKPORT, N.Y.--- With his RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning on Wednesday, Nicholas Pastore passed his former teammate Tommy Kretzler for the most career hits all-time in program history with 203 career hits. The Golden Eagles won the game 5-3.


In the bottom of the first inning, first basemen Brian Tietjen hit an RBI single to left field that brought home shortstop Justin Pangburn to give Brockport the 1-0 lead.


In the top of the third inning, Yellowjackets outfielder Aaron Whitley tied the game at one after scoring on a wild pitch. In the bottom of the inning, Brian Tietjen drove in catcher Jason Mansell on a sacrifice fly to give Brockport the lead, 2-1.


In the top of the fifth inning, infielder Colton Avera singled to right field and drove in Joseph Rende to tie things up once again.


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In the bottom of the sixth inning, Nicholas Pastore hit a two-single to right field that brought in outfielder Josh Indek and catcher Ryan Voight, to make it a 4-2 game.


In the top of the seventh inning, U of R catcher John Moses grounded into a fielder's choice which brought home Joseph Rende to make it 4-3.


In the bottom of the eighth inning, Nick Pastore singled and drove in Indek to make it 5-3 Brockport. This would be the final score of the game.


Photo/Brockport Athletics


With the win, Brockport has won six in a row and improves to 20-9 on the season. The Golden Eagles will be back in action when they host the #19 ranked Cortland Red Dragons this weekend for some SUNYAC Conference action.


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