The University of Dayton baseball team clinched a high-scoring victory against George Mason, prevailing 17-14 in the second game of their Atlantic 10 series at Woerner Field at AES Ohio Stadium. The FlyBoys offense excelled, notably with Eddie Yamin IV and Nolan Watson both hitting two home runs each and contributing to the team's success.

By the Numbers
  • 29 – consecutive games freshman David Mendez reached base
  • 17 – Runs scored by the Flyers
  • 6 – consecutive multi-hit games for Keagan Calero
  • 5 – RBI each for Eddie Yamin and Nolan Watson
  • 3 – career multi-homer games for Nolan Watson
  • 2 – Home runs for Yamin
  • 1 – freshman Connor Fennell's first career save
Yes, But

The intense offensive battle led to high scores for both teams, showcasing a lack of dominance by either pitching staff.

State of Play
  • The Dayton Flyers displayed strong offensive prowess with multiple runs scored in various innings.
  • The team's consistent hitting performance was evident as every starter reached base and eight out of nine players secured a base hit.
  • The game featured a total of 31 runs, 33 hits, and 15 free passes.
What's Next

The series finale between Dayton and George Mason is set for Sunday, April 14th at 12:00 p.m. at Woerner Field at AES Ohio Stadium.

Bottom Line

The University of Dayton's baseball team showcased an explosive offensive performance, highlighted by multiple home runs and consistent hitting across the lineup, resulting in a high-scoring victory over George Mason. The team's ability to maintain offensive momentum and secure crucial runs paved the way for their success in the game.