FIU 11, Dartmouth 7

FIU’s Aramis Garcia, Zach Sweety help Robby Kalaf get first career win


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Junior pitcher Robby Kalaf allowed just four hits, two runs (one earned) and struck out four over five innings to earn his first career victory at FIU.

Freshman Cody Crouse hurled two strong innings of relief, not allowing a base runner and striking out three for the host Golden Panthers (11-1), who won the weekend series over the Big Green (1-2).

Aramis Garcia was 2 for 3 with three RBI, including a two-run homer for FIU. Senior Zach Sweety and junior Josh Anderson each had three hits, while sophomore Edwin Rios went 2 for 5 with an RBI. Junior Roche Woodard had two hits and drove in four runs, three of those coming on a three-run triple in the third inning.

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