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Virginia Tech Athletics | March 11, 2014

Virginia Tech, Richmond play to rare tie

RICHMOND, Va. -- For the first time in almost 14 years, a Virginia Tech baseball game ended in a tie, as the Hokies and Richmond Spiders battled back-and-forth to a 10-10 draw in 10 innings on Tuesday afternoon in nonconference action at Pitt Field.

The game was called due to darkness as the ballpark does not have lights.

Virginia Tech (6-7-1) was led by Sean Keselica, who had three hits, five RBIs and collected his 100th career hit as a Hokie. Mark Zagunis had a four-hit day for Tech, with two runs and two RBIs, Alex Perez scored three times and Brendon Hayden also had two hits, a double and triple, scored twice and drove in two.

Richmond (4-9-1) used the long ball to score six of its runs, as Tanner Stanley and Kurtis Brown each hit a three-run home run for the Spiders. Stanley also scored three runs, while Doug Kraeger added two RBIs.

Of the 12 pitchers used by both teams, the only pitcher to throw an inning or more and not allow a run was Tech’s Sean Kennedy, who went 1.1 innings and allowed just one hit. Jon Woodcock struck out four in his 2.1 innings.

The last time Tech played to a tie was back on March 16, 2000 at George Mason, when the teams ended the game tied at 6-6.

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