Kean Athletics | March 22, 2014 Big second inning sends Oneonta State past No. 4 Kean Share UNION, N.J. -- Oneonta State used six consecutive hits in the second inning to plate six runs as the Red Dragons shut down fourth-ranked Kean University by a final of 8-0 on Saturday.The shutout is the first for the Cougars (13-3) since May of last season against Keystone College in the NCAA Regional Tournament.With two outs and no one on, the Red Dragons used a quick outburst to jump out to a 6-0 lead in the second. Jon Halligan got things going with a double into the gap. Sean Mullins followed with a single to scratch across the game's first run. Junior Matt Mastroianno delivered the critical hit of the frame with a three run homerun to left.The Red Dragons (4-8) added two additional runs in the eighth off a single and Cougar miscue to seal the win.Southpaw Steve Ascher picked up the complete game shutout. Ascher allowed just four hits on the day, all singles, as he improved to 3-1 this season.For the Cougars, sophomore Ryan Reitmeyer and junior Andy Lopez each collected two hits on the day.