VMI Baseball dominates Richmond with a record-breaking 23-13 victory at Pitt Field, highlighted by their highest run tally since March 2005.

By the Numbers
  • Every Keydet with a plate appearance reached base.
  • VMI drew 17 walks and was hit by 7 pitches, setting a program record.
  • Five Keydets hit home runs in the game.
  • Ty Swaim had a stellar performance, going 5-for-6 with 2 doubles, 2 RBI, and 3 runs.
  • VMI is undefeated this season when scoring 10 or more runs, boasting a 12-0 record in such games.
State of Play
  • VMI Baseball is currently on a hot streak, with an 18-18 overall record and a 2-4 record in the SoCon.
  • Keydets faced nine different pitchers from Richmond during the game.
What's Next

VMI Baseball's next game against George Mason has been postponed due to weather, with their upcoming series against Mercer set to start on Friday.

Bottom Line

VMI Baseball's historic win against Richmond showcases their offensive prowess and ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities, maintaining an undefeated record when reaching double-digit runs. The team's upcoming series against Mercer will be crucial in sustaining their momentum and further solidifying their position in the conference.