Saint Joseph's Baseball
Max Hitman finished with three hits on Tuesday. | Photo: Gavin Baker, Saint Joseph's Athletics
Saint Joseph's halted their four-game losing streak on Tuesday, clinching an 8-2 victory on the road against Lehigh. 
Owen Petrich sparked the turnaround with a solo home run in the sixth inning, tying the score at 1-1. The Hawks then surged ahead, adding seven more runs across the following two frames, solidifying their lead. 
Ryan Picollo contributed a double and two hits, while Max Hitman went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored. 
On the pitching front, five different hurlers combined for eight strikeouts, with Colin Yablonski securing the win after pitching two innings and allowing only one hit. 
Now standing at 6-8, the Hawks will kick off a three-game series against Monmouth on Friday afternoon at Smithson Field.

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