On Wednesday afternoon, Jack Carr ’20 pitched a scoreless 9th inning to help Stony Brook University top island rival Hofstra, 15-7.
In a game that saw a combined 22 runs scored, the former Bear was tapped to pitch the top of the 9th in which he recorded a ground out and line out to left before working around a two-out walk with a ground out to short.
It marked his eighth scoreless appearance this season. In an otherwise outstanding sophomore campaign, his one blemish remains an outing against Old Dominion in March in which he was asked to take one for the team in a three-inning mop up role. The 7 earned runs he yielded are the only ones he has given up this season in 12 innings of work and his 5.25 ERA is far from an accurate reflection of just how valuable he has been to the Seawolves this year.
Carr and the Brook are back in action tomorrow in an America East match-up vs. UMBC in Stony Brook.