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UVA used a massive two-out rally to score eight runs in its half of the second.
Virginia batters drew a season-high 12 walks, seven of which scored. Virginia reliever Alec Bettinger (Sr., Woodbridge, Va.) fired six innings of two-run relief to earn the win and improve to 8-0 on the year. Coming off a 10-day break which encompassed the period for final exams as well as the Friday night rainout, the Cavaliers (37-12) dropped Game 1, 5-1, but rebounded to top the Hurricanes (25-25, 13-12 ACC), 13-6, in the nightcap. Game 1In the opener, Virginia was handcuffed by Miami starter Jeb Bargfeldt (6-3), as he allowed just three hits and a walk in a complete-game effort. UVA was limited to a season-low three hits and had only four baserunners, with Adam Haseley (Jr., Windermere, Fla.) picking up a pair of hits on a home run and a double. 10 Virginia baseball team split a doubleheader with Miami Saturday afternoon at Davenport Field. Virginia will conduct Senior Day ceremonies at p.m.Haseley hit a one-out solo home run over the right-field bleachers in the fourth inning, his team-leading 13th blast of the year.It marks the ninth-most home runs in a season at Virginia and the most since Jarrett Parker hit 16 in 2009.Miami used a two-out rally of its own in the sixth inning to score twice and cut the UVA lead to 8-6 as Chester and Michael Burns had back-to-back run-scoring hits.
The Cavaliers scored five runs in their half of the sixth while taking advantage of five Miami walks.
He compiled 14 doubles, nine home runs and drove in 57 runs for Virginia last season.
In conference play, he hit .374, tops on the team and the third highest average in the league.
Virginia starter Daniel Lynch (So., Henrico, Va.) took the loss and dropped to 6-3 after allowing five runs, six hits and two walks over 5 2/3 innings. Grant Donahue (So., Berlin, Md.) shut out Miami over a career-high 3 1/3 innings of relief.
Miami led from the outset and grabbed a 1-0 lead just three batters into the game on Johnny Ruiz’s RBI double, then made it 4-0 in the third on a two-out, two-run homer to left by Romy Gonzalez.
Cameron Simmons (So., Royersford, Pa.) hit a grand slam and drove in a career-high six runs as part of a 2-for-5 game, while every UVA starter scored at least one run. UVA starter Noah Murdock (Fr., Colonial Heights, Va.) worked two innings, giving up four runs, five hits and two walks.