UAlbany Athletics Baseball Splits Doubleheader with Coppin State UAlbany Sports Information 02-25-2019 Related Links Game 1 box score Game 2 box score Sign Up For Free Email Updates Game One: Coppin State 15, UAlbany 3 Game Two: UAlbany 4, Coppin State 0 Location: Blandair Park in Columbia, Md. Records: UAlbany (1-2), Coppin State (5-2) Short Story: UAlbany’s doubleheader spilt came after Coppin State exploded for a 15-run Game 1 but was held scoreless in Game 2. Key Stats: Game one – Kenny McLean lasted 2.0 innings, allowing eight runs on five hits with one strikeout. Nick Bird pitched 2.0 innings and allowed three hits on five runs with two strikeouts. Daniel St. Clair pitched 2.0 innings, allowing four hits on two runs with one strikeout. Connor Morrisroe pitched the final 2.0 innings with one hit and two strikeouts. Patrick Lagravinese was 1--for-4 with a triple and one RBI. Travis Collins was 2-for-4 with one RBI. Chris Turco went 1-for-3 with a home run and one RBI. Game two – John Clayton held Coppin State scoreless over 6.1 innings. He gave up four hits while striking out seven. Joe Kruszka struck out two in two-thirds of inning in relief. Matt Codispoti was 1-for-2 with a home run and four RBI Marc Wangenstein was 1-for-4 with one scored run Game One: Coppin State got out to an early lead, crossing the plate three times at the top of the first. Chris Turco hit a home run in the top of the second. Coppin State added five runs at the bottom of the second. Coppin State put up four runs at the bottom of the third. Travis Collins had an RBI after his hit scored Kevin Donati in the top of the fourth. Coppin State added another two runs in the bottom of the fifth. An RBI triple from Patrick Lagravinese gave UAlbany another run in the top of the seventh inning. Game Two: Both teams remained scoreless in the first two innings, with UAlbany getting the only hit. UAlbany loaded the bases with one out at the top of the third, and came away with four runs after a grand slam by Matt Codispoti. The Great Danes will travel to Philadelphia on Saturday, March 2, to face La Salle in a three-game series.