AUBURNDALE, Fla. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology rallied from a 10-3 deficit with a huge 10-run 4th inning rally, helping the Fightin' Engineers knock off Saint Mary's (Minn.) 18-14 in game two of its Florida baseball trip on Tuesday.
Rose-Hulman trailed 10-3 entering the top of the 4th inning before pounding out 10 runs on six hits to take the lead at 13-10. The Fightin' Engineers went back to their vintage solid pitching and defense for the last five innings, then added several insurance runs to pick up the four-run victory.
Rose-Hulman pounded out 21 hits in the contest, with five players recording three or more hits. Conner Shipley and Davis Robeson led the hit parade with four hits each. Shipley had four singles, scored three runs and added three RBIs. Robesn finished with four singles, four RBIs and one run scored.
Ryan Stachowski added three doubles and scored three runs to give the Engineers an extra base threat in the win. Conner Helbling contributed three singles, scored twice and had two RBIs, and Harris Camp was a perfect 3-3 with three runs scored, three RBIs and a pair of sacrifice flies.
Quintin Bynum settled down the Rose-Hulman pitching effort with three innings of middle relief to pick up the win. Bynum allowed three hits and just one run in his three-inning stint. Adam Taylor struck out three in 1.2 innings, and Trever Bruno finished the game with a scoreless ninth inning.
Rose-Hulman stands 2-0 on its Florida Trip and handed Saint Mary's its first loss as the Cardinals dropped to 4-1. The Fightin' Engineers return to action on Wednesday at 10 a.m. with a matchup against Capital University in Auburndale.