SOUTH CHARLOTTE, Fla. – Luke Enman had a two-run homer in the fifth inning and added two singles, driving in three runs to lead Saint Joseph’s College of Standish to a 9-5 victory over Northland College in the second game of the Port Charlotte Invitational.
The Monks also won the first game 9-5.
In the first game, Wade Oliver tripled and singled and scored three runs for Saint Joseph’s. Ian Lee hit a double and a single and Mike Burdin singled twice and drove in two runs.
Cody Carroll doubled and tripled with two RBIs for Northland. Bryce Szymanski and Michael Cross doubled.
In the second game, Dustin Spiller tripled and doubled with two RBIs for the Monks. Oliver had two singles and two RBIs and Ryan Murphy knocked in two runs.
Matt Tanneberg doubled with two RBIs for Northland and Carroll hit three singles.
Northland 101 010 2 – 5 7 3
Saint Joseph’s 201 420 x – 9 11 4
Opdyk, Schoenman (5), Teadt (5) and Frantz, Diehl; Doucette, Nanof (5) and Wood
Saint Joseph’s (4-3) 130 020 3 – 9 12 1
Northland (1-4) 102 002 0 – 5 9 3
Woodbrey, Pooler (3), Oliver (6), Schools (6) and Adams; Szymanski and Frantz
UM-AFA rescheduled Saturday
At Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday night’s baseball game between the University of Maine and the United States Air Force Academy was rained out.
It has been rescheduled for Saturday at 2:15.