Notre Dame Baseball | Apr. 1, 2014 | Notre Dame Athletics
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The Irish bats finally got in rhythm Tuesday night as the University of Notre Dame baseball team racked up 11 runs on 13 hits to cruise past in-state foe Valparaiso, 11-1, at Four Winds Field. On the mound Notre Dame got a solid effort from junior Scott Kerrigan as he went six innings and allowed one run in earning his first career victory.
After scoring five runs in a 7-5 loss to Wake Forest Sunday, the Irish continued their mini-surge at the plate Tuesday as they scored two or more runs in four separate innings to distance themselves from the visiting Crusaders. Five student-athletes recorded multi-hit days, including senior Forrest Johnson, who had a monster game with three hits, three RBI and two runs scored. Sophomore Lane Richards also recorded three RBI on two hits, while lead-off hitter Conor Biggio, brother Cavan Biggio and leftfielder Zak Kutsulis also notched two-hit days. Freshman Kyle Fiala led the team with three runs scored.