Baseball Falls to Chapman

    The UCSD baseball team played its final home game of the season, losing 6-4 to one-time Division III rival Chapman University on Saturday.

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    It was also the final home game for seniors Jess Warrington, Michael Bedar, Erik Snyder, Connor Mocsny, Eric Thorpe and Chris Tallman.

    The Panthers scored three runs in the top of the second inning and never looked back en route to winning.

    Junior John Beaven took the loss for the Tritons, allowing six runs on eight hits in six innings. He also struck out four.

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    Snyder came on in relief, allowing only four hits in three innings.

    Tallman and Matt Smith each had two hits, with Smith adding one RBI. Jeff Riddle also had a run and an RBI.

    For the Panthers, Andrew Tisdale, 9-0 this season, pitched seven innings, allowing only one earned run on seven hits. Eric Hayden picked up the save.

    Numerous Chapman players had two hits, with Brian Sanders and Jason Miller also scoring two runs each.

    The loss drops UCSD to13-30.

    The Tritons close out the 2001 season against fellow California Collegiate Athletic Conference member CSU Sonoma with a four-game series this weekend.

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