March 17, 2004
BRADENTON, Fla. - The Miami baseball team scored 14 runs in the first four innings and coasted to a 14-2 win versus the University of Vermont Wednesday to up its record to 4-1 on its Spring Trip. Freshman Ryne Robinson and junior shortstop Courtney Campbell let the way with a pair of hits and three RBIs each. Senior pitcher Chad Reineke was the star on the mound throwing five scoreless innings and striking out eight.
After scoring a pair of runs in each of the first three innings, the RedHawks exploded for eight in the fourth. In the inning Vermont walked or hit five runners setting up a three-run double by Robinson. Campbell put the exclamation point on the game two pitches later as he launched his first home run of the season.
From there Reineke and Jason Friedman allowed just two runs over the final five innings. On the Spring Trip Miami has scored eight or more runs in all four wins on the trip and has collected at least 10 hits in each game.
The RedHawks play twice tomorrow in doubleheader vs. Massachusetts and Columbia.