Five Maryland pitchers combined for a complete-game shutout andRyan Holland ripped a three-run triple off the right-field wall as part of a five-run seventh inning to lead the Terps over Delaware 8-0 Tuesday afternoon. Sophomore lefty Jimmy Reed (1-1) came on in relief of starter Chuck Ghysels in the fourth and needed just 11 pitches to get through two innings thanks to a pair of inning-ending double plays. Reed was credited with the win as Maryland (8-4) finished its eight-game homestand 7-1.
freddy from boca
to me a complete game is thrown by one pitcher, not 5.