JOHNSON CITY — With a record crowd and a tremendous atmosphere at Thomas Stadium, the East Tennessee State baseball team offered up a few early thrills. But the Bucs couldn’t keep it up.
In front of a standing-room-only crowd of 1,752, the largest in ETSU baseball history, Tennessee managed to break an eight-game losing streak Tuesday night with a 4-3 victory over the Bucs.
Dylan Tritsch and Mason Hershey hit early solo home runs for ETSU, but as darkness fell, the ball stopped flying and the Bucs stopped scoring.
“We didn’t play very well tonight,” ETSU coach Tony Skole said. “We couldn’t get out of our own way.”
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