NASHVILLE, Tenn.–– – Vanderbilt took advantage of 14 walks and recorded 15 hits and held off a late…
Vanderbilt Takes Bite Out of The Bisons
The Vanderbilt bats were active and the Lipscomb pitchers were generous, allowing 14 walks on the night. Jason Esposito was 4 of 5, with homerun No. 8 on the year, and 5 RBIs. Drew Fann worked behind the dish and swung a big stick, going 3 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Aaron Westlake also collected 3 hits in going 3 for 5 with 1 RBI. Connor Harrell went 2-for-3 with 2 walks. Anthony Gomez really is getting the job done as the leadoff man. He was 2-of -5 at the plate and walked once and scored 3 runs. In total Vanderbilt had 15 hits on the night.
Vanderbilt improves to 30-9 and Lipscomb falls to 13-25 in 2010. Vanderbilt will travel again on Wednesday to face the MTSU Blue Raiders (23-14) in Murfreesboro at 6 PM. This will be the last road test before the Commodores head east to take on Tennessee this weekend.
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