November 17, 2018
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Colby College Baseball 5 vs Tufts 2

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WATERVILLE, Maine — Colby College’s Emery Dinsmore pitched well for the second time in eight days in a NESCAC East baseball game in a 5-2 win over Tufts University on Saturday at Coombs Field at the Colby Baseball/Softball Complex.

In the nightcap, the Jumbos’ Tim Superko worked 8.1 innings to earn a 12-3 victory.
The Mules move to 6-16 overall and 2-7 in conference play. Tufts, ranked first in New England, is 18-3-1 and 4-2 in the league.
Dinsmore, a first-year lefty, went five innings in the seven-inning contest. He struck out three, walked one and allowed four hits. Dinsmore won last weekend at Trinity College.
Jackson Ward earned the victory by pitching the final two innings.
After Tufts tied the game at 2-2 with a single run in the top of the sixth, Colby scored three times in the bottom of the frame. Ryder Arsenault led off with a walk and moved to second when Matt Garcia was hit by a pitch. Matt Mitchell sacrificed the runners over and reached base on an error. Andrew Della Volpe was hit by a pitch to bring in the first run. Garcia and Della Volpe both scored on errors on different plays.
The Mules took a 1-0 lead in the second inning after Andrew Sterup doubled. Tyler Mulberry singled to left field to bring in Sterup.
Tufts scored a lone run in the third inning thanks to three hit batters. Harrison Frickman led off with an infield single and took second when Will Shackelford was hit by a pitch. After getting the first out of the inning, the Jumbos loaded the bases when Harry Brown was struck by a pitch. Tommy O’Hara was hit by a pitch to bring in the run.
The Mules went ahead 2-1 when Ward doubled to left field and came in on an RBI single to center by Ben Coleman.
The Jumbos scored their run in the sixth on three walks and a Colby error. Tom Petry walked with the bases loaded to bring in Malcolm Nachmanoff.

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