Baseball: Catamounts sweep pair over Hornets at home

Justin Palmer
Potomac State's Justin Palmer launches a two-run home run during the Catamount's sweep over Shenandoah Wednesday afternoon.  Photo by Raymond Burner

Keyser, WV- Potomac State got a pair of quality starts on the mound in route to a doubleheader sweep over Shenandoah University Wednesday afternoon at Golden Park.

In the opener sophomore Kris Van Camp pitched 4 2/3 innings allowing just five hits as the Catamounts won an 11-1 five inning game.  Van Camp allowed just one unearned run and struck out three to pick up the win.

Marcel Barrett led the Catamounts at the plate with a single and a triple and three runs batted in.  DeJhard Kimbrough also drove in three runs with a bases loaded triple in the third inning.

In game two, freshman Sam Aloi pitched six solid innings, striking out eight and allowing just two unearned runs in the 5-2 PSC win.

Cameron Fritz worked the final inning to pick up the save.

Justin Palmer provided the bulk of the Potomac State offense with a triple, home run and two runs batted in. 

PSC also picked up solo RBI’s from Russell Schwertfeger, David Delawder and Drew DeBerry.

The Catamounts, 5-9, will be back in action at home of Friday and Saturday for a four-game series with St. Clair County Community College.