Miami baseball has .500 week after losing series at Louisville

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DelCastillo had three separate at-bats with RBIs. He was 3-4 with two runs scored and four RBIs. Tyler Keysor got his fourth win of the season against no losses. Keysor pitched three innings, allowed one unearned run, four hits, no walks and three strikeouts.

Miami lost the opener to Louisville 7-5 on Thursday night in which the Hurricanes came back several times but could never tie the game. Slade Cecconi who is usually the Wednesday night starter got the game one start to keep Evan McKendry on schedule and because Chris McMahon missed his Saturday start due to injury.

After a brilliant outing a week ago against Florida Gulf Coast in which he didn’t allow a hit in five innings, Cecconi struggled against the ACC”s best team. The freshman right-hander was ousted after allowing seven hits, five runs, all earned with no walks and four strikeouts. The Miami lineup had nine hits in 35 official at-bats.

DelCastillo was one of four Hurricanes with two hits on Thursday night. He drove in two and scored one in the loss. Louisville first baseman Logan Wyatt drove in four to lead the Cardinals in the victory. The Hurricanes hitters struck out 12 times against three Louisville pitchers without a walk.