Jonathan Dayton Baseball Defeats Roselle, 18-0, Tuesday

Vinny Pulice pitching Credits: Chip Dickson
Third to First Credits: Chip Dickson
Some of the team Credits: Chip Dickson
On way to first Credits: Chip Dickson
A catcher Credits: Chip Dickson
At bat Credits: Chip Dickson
On base Credits: Chip Dickson
In the field Credits: Chip Dickson
First Base Coach Credits: Chip Dickson
Shortstop Credits: Chip Dickson

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The offensive prowess and consistent pitching continues to shine for the Dayton baseball team.

Sophomore Vinny Pulice pitched a one-hitter with one walk and a career-high 12 strikeouts to post his second win of the season and also added two singles with four RBI and three runs scored to power Dayton to an 18-0 five-inning victory over Roselle at Ruby Field in Springfield.

Junior Jeffrey Carrier added two singles with three RBI and two runs scored and sophomore Jack Conway posted two singles with two RBI and two runs scored for Dayton, which led 5-0 after the first inning.

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Junior Bryce Forys and senior Jonathan Holland each had a two-run single with two runs scored apiece, senior Brian Schramm tallied two singles with two runs scored, senior James Patania had two RBI with three runs scored, and junior Ryan Lashuk had two runs scored for the Bulldogs (6-0), which has outscored its opponents, 55-3, in its last three games and is off to its best start since an eight-game win streak to start the 2014 season.

Dayton ends its five-game home stand on Wednesday versus the Linden Tigers in the first game of a home-and-home series with first pitch scheduled for 4 p.m.  Dayton will then visit Linden Saturday morning at 11 a.m. for its first road game since April 11th.

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