|Colby College||Williams College|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Colby College baseball team had leads in both games, but Williams College pulled out 7-6 and 2-1 wins over the Mules in non-conference play Saturday.
Colby (8-19 overall) and the Ephs (14-7) will play another doubleheader Sunday at 11 a.m.
The Mules had solid starting pitching from Emery Dinsmore and Brooks Parker. Dinsmore worked six innings in the second game, allowed just four hits, one run, and four strikeouts. Parker went seven innings in the opener, allowed three earned runs, struck out five, and walked none.
Colby scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning to take a 6-4 lead. Ben Coleman had a one-out walk and scored on Matt Treveloni’s double to center field. Matt Garcia reached on an error that brought in Treveloni with the other run.
The Ephs used four hits, one walk, and a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning to score three runs. With the score 6-6 and two outs, Adam Regensburg singled to bring in Jackson Parese.
Treveloni, the Mules’ leading hitter, had three hits, two runs, and an RBI. Ryder Arsenault added a double, one run, and one RBI. Andrew Sterup and William Wessman both had one hit and an RBI.
The Mules took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning. Tyler Mulberry reached by error and Ryder Arsenault doubled down the right field line to bring in the run.
After Williams tied the game in the bottom of the second, Colby had two runs in the third. Treveloni singled with one out, took third on a single by Garcia, and scored on Sterup’s single through the right side. With Garcia on third base, Sterup stole second base and Garcia came in on the throw.
The Mules went up 4-1 with a single run in the fourth inning. Arsenault walked with one out and came in on Wessman’s double to right center.
Williams scored two runs in the fourth inning and one in the fifth to tie the game at 4-4.
Colby scored its lone run of the second game in the first inning. Treveloni led off with a triple and scored on Cam Drew’s RBI ground out to second base.
Williams tied the game in the second inning and then won the game in the eighth in the seven inning contest. Sean Hager allowed just three hits, struck out 10, and walked none in a complete game for the Ephs.