Pitt dominated St. Bonaventure with a 17-1 victory fueled by a powerful offense, hitting five home runs in the game, which tied their single-game high for the season. The win marked Pitt's largest margin of victory since February 2022.

By the Numbers
  • Pitt scored 17 runs in the game against St. Bonaventure.
  • The Panthers hit five home runs, tying their single-game high for the season.
  • Josh Spiegel had a standout performance, going 4-4 with a home run, a double, and 5 RBI.
State of Play
  • Pitt's pitching staff excelled, allowing only one run over seven innings.
  • Aidan Coleman pitched four scoreless innings and struck out six batters.
  • Luke Cantwell led the offensive charge with two home runs in the same game.
Bottom Line

Pitt's explosive offense and stellar pitching led to a commanding 17-1 victory, showcasing their strength on both sides of the game and setting a high standard for future performances.