Maryland scored eight runs in the first four innings to cruise to an 11-0 victory over George Mason. After powering in a season-high 16 hits, Maryland’s offense had its best showing of the season, led by Charlie White and Brandon Lowe. Jake Drossner improved to 4-0 after allowing just three hits in five innings.
Holding a 3-0 lead into the fourth inning, Maryland’s explosive offense blew the game away early. Charlie White led the attack after walking on his at-bat then stealing second base to put the Terps in scoring position. Brandon Lowe brought White in on an RBI double, who was brought home by Kyle Convissar.
It wasn’t all offense, though. Starting pitcher Jake Drossner allowed just three hits in five innings to secure the victory. The bullpen allowed four hits the rest of the game and combined for 10 strikeouts to help secure victory. The strong pitching performance gave Maryland their sixth shutout of the season, most in the ACC.
Maryland improves to 20-10 on the year, but fell to fourth in the ACC after losing the series to Wake Forest this weekend. The Terrapins will face Mount Saint Mary’s today before traveling to Virginia Tech for a three-game series.