Bryce Fremgen collected an RBI for Widener
Bryce Fremgen drove in a run for Widener on Thursday. | Photo: Widener Athletics
In a contest moved from Sunday due to weather concerns, Widener scored five runs in the opening frame on Thursday but fell silent over the final eight innings, dropping the season opener at Kean, 6-5. 

Kean starter Collin Kiernan battled command issues in the first inning, issuing four walks while surrendering three hits enabling Widener to jump ahead with a 5-0 advantage. 

Kean chipped away and entered the ninth trailing by a run, but Widener closer Joey Norton just couldn't shut the door, issuing four straight two-out walks allowing the Cougars to win in walk-off fashion. 

Widener hurlers combined to issue ten walks on the afternoon. 

The Pride will be back in action on Saturday as the club heads to Winchester, Va. for a doubleheader with Shenandoah.

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