Saints Sweep St. Michael's
Bodnar surrendered a run in the bottom of the first, but the Saints came back to tie in the top of the second and took the lead with a three-run third to set the stage for the game one victory.
Sam Kelly went two for four while Tim Harris, Kirt Broedel and Sean Voss drove in two runs each in the first game win. Kyle Donaldson pitched the seventh in relief.
Kirk Shimkin started a two-out rally in the top of the seventh with a double in game two and Brennan promptly doubled him home to put the Saints up 5-4. Matt Landers struck out the side in the bottom of the seventh to earn his first win of the season with two winnings of relief. Zach Slater was the starter and gave up four hits and two earned runs as the Saints improved to 13-14 on the season with their third straight win.
Tim Harris went two for three with his third triple of the week and a homer, driving in three runs for the Saints in game two.
In game one, Robert Carman hit a one-out triple to lead off the top of the second and Garrett Fitzgerald drove him in with a groundout. Harris singled in a run and Sean Voss tripled home two more in the top of the third and Kelly singled in a run in the top of the fourth as the Saints built a 5-1 lead. The Purple Knights got one back in the bottom of the fifth, but the Saints scored two in the top of the sixth on a sacrifice fly by Ryan Fedo and an outfield error. SLU put it away with five in the top of the seventh as Chris Donaldson hit a sacrifice fly, Brennan singled in a run, Harris walked to force in a run and Broedel hit a two run single.
The Saints jumped out to a 4-0 lead in game two as Harris hit a solo homer to lead off the second inning and Ryan Duff had a run scoring single and Harris a two-run triple in the top of the third. SMC got two back against Slater in the bottom of the third and added single runs in the bottom of the fifth and sixth to tie it at 4-4 before Shimkin and Brennan's back-to-back doubles to win it in the top of the seventh.
The Saints are scheduled to play at Oswego Tuesday in a non-league game before returning to Liberty League action with a four-game series at Union Saturday and Sunday.