Maryland and Virginia Tech combined for 30 runs on 48 hits in two games on Saturday at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium with the Terps winning game one, 10-9, in dramatic fashion and losing game two to the Hokies, 11-0.
Anthony Papio proved to be clutch for the Terps in the first game of the day. The redshirt freshman hit a game-tying two-run home run in the seventh and won the game for the Terps in the ninth with a two-RBI single. Papio finished with a career-high four RBI on three hits.
Papio wasn’t the only Terp to tally multiple hits in the first game. LaMonte Wade also had three knocks, while Kevin Martir and Charlie White each added two. Martir and Wade each drove in two runs as well.
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