Aug 04, 2010 | Dan Thompson | 192 views
Terriers Fall 3-2 To New Jersey Angels
The Terriers dropped a 3-2 nail biter to the New Jersey Angels Thursday afternoon.
Right hander Connor Smith was outstanding through five and two thirds innings of work, however his defense let him down late in the game, allowing three unearned runs.
The Terriers nursed a 2-0 lead into the fifth. Tom Byckowski lead the game off with a single and advanced to second on a Brandon Dailey hit by pitch.
They would eventually both score on back to back hits by Graham Tebbit and Simon ClarkeThe lead held up until the bottom of the fifth when the Angels scored their three unearned runs.
The Terriers play two games Friday at Rutgers University.