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Hopkins and Gettysburg Play to 7-7 Tie

Conor Reynolds tallied four hits Tuesday for Johns Hopkins.
April 19, 2016

Box Score

Game Information
Score:  Johns Hopkins 7, Gettysburg 7
Records: Johns Hopkins (21-9-2, 8-2-1 CC), Gettysburg (21-11-1, 7-3-1 CC)
Location: Kirchoff Field; Gettysburg, PA
Time of Game: 4:05
Weather: mid 70’s, mostly cloudy
Attendance:  104
Pitchers of Record: none

The Short Story: Johns Hopkins turned a 4-2 deficit into a 7-4 lead with two runs in the eighth and three in the ninth Tuesday at Gettysburg, but the Blue Jays were unable to hold on to their three-run lead and ultimately tied the Bullets in a game that was called after 12 innings due to darkness. Conor Reynolds led the Blue Jays’ offensive attack, recording four of the squad’s 18 hits. Carter Burns, normally a starter, came on in relief and allowed just one hit over four scoreless innings to help Hopkins avoid a loss for the 10th straight game.

Today’s Team Leaders:
Johns Hopkins:
Hits:  Reynolds (4)
Runs: Reynolds, Jaffe (2)
RBI: Weaver (2)
SB: Reynolds, Mee (1)
Strikeouts:  C. Burns (4) 

Hits: Sneed, Wight (3)
Runs: Sneed, Anderson, Klimowicz (2)
RBI: Klimowicz. Wright (2)
SB: none
Strikeouts: DeMartino (10)



The Facts:
- Tuesday’s game was the Jays’ second extra inning contest of the year.
- Mike Smith was hit by a pitch in the top of the ninth marking the 14th time this season he
reached base via a HBP. The sophomore now stands alone in program history for the most times being hit in one season.
- Reynolds’ four-hit game was his first of 2016 and it marked the fifth time in his career he had at least four hits.
- Tommy Mee extended his hitting streak to 10 games. Mee is the fourth Blue Jay with a double-digit hitting streak this season.
- Johns Hopkins struck out a season-high 19 times. 

Up Next: The Blue Jays and Bullets will conclude their home-and-home series Thursday in Baltimore at Babb Field. First pitch in the Centennial Conference showdown is slated for 3:30pm.