Baseball blanked at FIU despite Zamora's stellar debut

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Feb. 17, 2013

Final Stats

Miami, Fla. - Freshman Daniel Zamora (La Puente, Calif.) pitched six innings and allowed just one run on five hits while striking out six, but it wasn't enough to secure the Stony Brook baseball team a victory as the Seawolves were shut out by Florida International 1-0 Sunday at FIU Baseball Stadium.

Head Coach Matt Senk's Reaction
"Today was another terrific job by our starting pitcher, Dan Zamora, and an equally terrific job by Tyler Honahan in relief, but we suffered again from lack of timely hitting and offensive execution. Our offensive problems are correctable and we will do so."

Turning Point
The game ended up being decided in the bottom of the first inning as the Panthers garnered the only run of the game. With runners on first and third and no outs, Nathan Burns blooped a ball into the short outfield that fell in. Freshman Brett Tenuto (Audubon, N.J.) recovered the ball and threw to second to force the runner, but Julius Gaines scored from third.

The Seawolves' best chance to score came in the fifth inning. With sophomore Cole Peragine (Belle Ewart, Ontario) on first base, sophomore Steven Goldstein (East Meadow, N.Y.) pulled a double down the right field line. Peragine was held up at third, but Goldstein also ran to third, setting up a pickle play down the third base line. Peragine was tagged out, ending the inning.

Inside the Numbers

  • After surrendering the lone run of the game in the first inning, Zamora went on to allow just three hits over five innings to finish with six innings pitched, five hits and one run allowed, one walk and six strikeouts. Five of his six strikeouts were looking.
  • Honahan pitched two scoreless innings and struck out two in his collegiate debut.
  • Goldstein had two hits, including a double.
  • Sophomore Kevin Krause (Staten Island, N.Y.) had a single and walked twice.
  • The Seawolves left nine men on base and were 0-for-6 in RBI opportunities.

 

 


News & Notes

  • Stony Brook begins the season 0-3 for the first time since the 2009 season.
  • The Seawolves have allowed just four runs in their last 17 innings pitched.
  • Stony Brook was 4-for-4 in stolen base attempts on the weekend.
  • Goldstein hit .429 (3-for-7) on the weekend.


Up Next
The Seawolves will face preseason No. 1 North Carolina in a three-game series next weekend, beginning Friday at 3 p.m.