Rutgers Baseball completed a three-game sweep in the opening series, securing an extra-innings win on Sunday to seal the victory. The series featured standout performances from players like Tony Santa Maria and freshman Zack Konstantinovsky, with Santa Maria tallying an impressive 7-for-13 record, including three home runs and eight RBI over the first three games, and Konstantinovsky making a strong impression with his pitching.

By the Numbers
  • Tony Santa Maria went 7-for-13 with three home runs and eight RBI over the first three games.
  • Justin Sinibaldi tossed seven innings, allowing just four hits and one run while striking out two with no walks.
  • Freshman Zack Konstantinovsky went four innings, allowing three runs on five hits and striking out seven without walking a batter.
State of Play
  • Rutgers completed a sweep with an extra-innings win on Sunday.
  • The team will be back in action on Friday to begin a three-game set with Old Dominion at Bud Metheny Stadium in Norfolk, VA.
Bottom Line

Rutgers Baseball's impressive series sweep, fueled by standout performances, sets a solid foundation for their upcoming games, showcasing the team's potential for a successful season ahead.