Dey went 2 for 4, bumped his average up to .321 on the season and drove in Yale's only run. However, the late-innings doomed the Bulldogs again.
A day after allowing five runs in the eighth to Richmond, the Bulldogs allowed two in the bottom of the ninth in a walk-off loss on Sunday.
Brodkowitz pitched the first eight innings, allowed three hits and allowed one solo home run. His ERA dropped to 2.73 over his first 26 and 1/3 innings in 2018.
The Bulldogs again struck in the first inning when Simon Whiteman was hit by a pitch with one out. Dey followed with a double to right to score Whiteman.
The lead stood until Lehigh tied the game in the eighth with a lead-off homer from Jeff Shanfeldt. Brodkowitz then gave up a single, but retired the next two batters before Alex Boos threw out Tony Gallo attempting to steal second to end the inning.
The Bulldogs are scheduled to return to action in Hamden, Conn., for a game at Quinnipiac University.
Report filed by Ernie Bertothy, Yale Sports Publicity