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Bulldogs Bang Out 12 Hits In 8-2 Win Over Stony Brook

Olivia Vinyard (Jeffrey Teems photo)
Olivia Vinyard (Jeffrey Teems photo)

Yale Drops First Game Of Day To Florida A&M

Yale's bats came alive in a big way on the first day of the Florida Atlantic Parent's Weekend Tournament. Carlin Hagmaier went 3-for-4 and scored a run as the Bulldogs rolled to an 8-2 victory over Stony Brook in their second game of the day. Yale dropped a 6-5, 8-inning decision to Florida A&M in the morning, despite hitting two home runs.

The Bulldogs had a season-high 12 hits in the win over the Seawolves. Olivia Vinyard had two hits, including a home run, and knocked in a pair. Phylicia Wilkov and Katie Tews also had two hits.

Yale had a pair of three-run innings, in the third and fifth to seize control.

First year Nic Conway tossed her first career complete game to earn the victory.

Vinyard also homered in the game vs. Florida A&M. She and Shelby Kennedy went back-to-back. Kennedy's was an inside-the-park homer.

The Bulldogs tied the score at 5 in bottom of the seventh inning when Kennedy scored on an error.

Yale had the tying and winning run on base in the bottom of the eighth but couldn't capitalize.

Kennedy had two hits, scored two runs and knocked in two. Sydney Grobman also had two hits.

The Bulldogs play Purdue and Florida Atlantic on Saturday.

Report filed by Tim Bennett (timothy.bennett@yale.edu), Yale Sports Publicity