With a split of their double header with Monmouth, the Bobcats held their position in fourth place in the NEC standings.  The Bobcats dropped the first game 8-7 but rebounded to take the second game 7-2.

The Bobcats scored first in the first game on a Brian Monack homerun in the top of the first.  But the lead wouldn’t last long.  The Hawks took the lead in the bottom of the third, scoring three times.

In the fifth the Bobcats exploded for six runs.  Mickey Amanti drove in the first runs of the inning with a two run single to center.  Two batters later, Monack drove in Amanti and Joe Poletsky followed with a sacrifice fly to center.  Chris Migani followed with a two run homerun to left to cap the scoring.

The Hawks added one run on the bottom of the inning and then struck for four runs in the sixth to retake the lead they wouldn’t give up.

In the second game, the Bobcats fell behind 1-0 after three innings but exploded for seven runs in the fourth.

Migani hit his second homerun of the day to start inning.  After loading the bases, Mickey Amanti was hit by a pitch to bring in the second run.  Ben Farina followed with a double to left to bring in two more.  Monack capped the inning with a three run homerun to center.

Anthony Cinelli shut down the Hawks, giving up just two runs on seven hits in the complete game.