Chapman junior Connor Battaglia (No.25) connects for a hit in Champion's first win
Chapman junior Connor Battaglia (No.25) connects for a hit in Champion's first win

Bats come alive in Chapman men’s first win of the year over Trinity


Chapman junior Connor Battaglia (No.25) connects for a hit in Champion's first win

Chapman junior Connor Battaglia connects for a hit in Champion’s first win of the season. (Photo by Stuart Hafer)


After dropping its first two games of the season, the Chapman University baseball team won in convincing fashion on Saturday, defeating the Trinity Tigers, 11-1, at Hart Park. The Panthers tallied 14 hits after collecting just seven hits in the first two games of the series.

For a second straight game, head coach Tom Tereschuk called on a freshman pitcher to make his collegiate debut, this time pegging San Clemente native
Braden Riddle
(1-0). Read more at the
Athletics website
.

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