WINCHESTER, Va. – No. 20 Shenandoah University celebrated its Senior Day with a 3-1 non-league baseball victory over Penn St. – Harrisburg.
Shenandoah (31-10) scored two runs in the first and one in the fifth to earn the victory in the first-ever baseball meeting between the Hornets and Lions (31-11).
Goode had driven in the first run of the frame with a single up the middle.
In the fifth, Tristan Baker plated an insurance run on a fielder's choice.
Freshman Michael Prosperi tossed the first 6 1/3 innings to get the victory. Prosperi (3-1) allowed one run on four hits and two walks while striking out three.
Comer got a strikeout before issuing an intentional walk to load the bases and set up a force at any base.
Snider, a left-hander, came on to face left-handed pinch hitter Zachary Koroneos, and Snider did his job by striking Koroneos on a 2-2 fastball.
He then worked a scoreless ninth before turning it over to classmate Michael Bugonowicz.
Bugonowicz picked up his second save in 24 hours, and sixth of the season, by striking out the side following a leadoff check-swing single.
Junior Luke Nussman had two of the Hornets seven hits.