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In a high-scoring matchup on Wednesday afternoon, Eastern Baseball emerged victorious with a 13-9 win over John Jay College at the Ripken Experience. Taking an early 9-1 lead in the first four innings, the Eagles held off a late rally from the Bloodhounds to secure their third win of the season. 
The game featured a total of 30 hits, with Eastern contributing 17 of them. Notably, seven of Eastern's hits were for extra bases, showcasing their offensive capabilities. Eight different players from Eastern recorded at least one hit, highlighting the team's collective effort. 
Sophomore Justin DiCesare led the offensive charge with an impressive four hits, including a double, in five at-bats. He also contributed a run scored and one RBI. Additionally, first-year outfielder Trent Macdougall and third baseman Robert Del Buono had strong showings, combining for six hits, five runs scored, and four RBI. It marked the first three-hit, two-RBI performances of their collegiate careers. 
Second baseman Evan Barks continued his consistent performance with three hits, two runs scored, and an RBI. Designated hitter Sean Cottrell also made a notable contribution with his first home run of the season, a two-run shot to left field in the eighth inning. 
In other action 
Bridgewater knocked off Cabrini in the first game of a doubleheader in Myrtle Beach, 6-2. Jaden Dickerson helped the Cavs early, driving in Dustin Sutton with an RBI triple in the opening frame before scampering home himself later in the inning on a wild pitch. The Eagles answered though with six unanswered runs to put the game out of reach.

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