The UAB baseball team received
a quality start from James Naile, a four-hit game from Chase Davis and a homer
from Jacob German to help defeat Savannah State, 7-1, on Sunday afternoon at
Young Memorial Field.
The win gave the Blazers the
series after splitting the first two contests with the Tigers and improved to
15-16 on the season. Savannah State dropped to 18-14 for the year.
Naile (4-3) went seven strong
innings, scattering eight hits and allowing only a first inning run. The
right-hander did not walk a batter and struck out six in to record his second
victory of the week.
Cory Eller and Adam Lau followed Naile and each fired a scoreless frame to help preserve the win for the Blazers.
On offense, UAB totaled 12 hits, including a career-high four hits from center fielder Chase Davis.
COURTESY: UAB Media Relations
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