Bocchino Blasts Two Homers, Powering Baseball to 18-2 Win over Tuskegee

Bocchino Blasts Two Homers, Powering Baseball to 18-2 Win over Tuskegee

Boca Raton, Fla. – Lynn University's baseball team exploded for 18 runs on 14 hits on Friday afternoon, securing the series-opening win against the visiting Tuskegee Golden Tigers 18-2. Cal Bocchino launched two three-run home runs to pace the offense and James Buckley added a grand slam for the red-hot Fighting Knight attack.


Final: Lynn 18, Tuskegee 2

Records: Lynn (3-1), Tuskegee (0-2)

Location: Lynn Baseball Field| Boca Raton, Fla.

All-Time Series: Lynn leads 10-0

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  • Bocchino went yard in the second and fourth innings, of which his second put the Blue and White ahead comfortably 11-0.
  • With the bases loaded, Buckley's homer broke the game open in the third as it just cleared the right field wall, putting Lynn in front 7-0.
  • Nicholis Prather got the start to open the series for the Fighting Knights and pitched a gem, going 6.0 strong innings and striking out nine while scattering just three hits.
  • His battery-mate, Joe Argumedo had an outstanding day behind the plate and at the dish, going 2-for-3 with four runs scored, two RBI and two walks.
  • Zack Miednik and Nicholas Schmidt finished off the final 3.0 innings for Lynn, securing Prather's first victory in the Blue and White.
  • Seth Hojnacki came up to pinch-hit in the eighth and made the most of his opportunity, smashing a two-run single down the left field line.


  • Bocchino and Argumedo both entered the game hitless on the young season, but responded in a big way, going a combined 4-for-5 with six runs scored and eight RBI.
  • Through three games at Lynn University Field, the Fighting Knights and their opponents have combined for eight home runs.
  • Anthony Sanabria was the only member of skipper Rudy Garbalosa's squad to play all 9.0 innings.
  • Lynn plated 18 runs overall despite its starting 1-4 hitters going just 3-for-12, a testament to the depth of the Fighting Knight lineup.


In pursuit of the series sweep, the Blue and White do battle with the Golden Tigers again tomorrow, Feb. 9 for a doubleheader beginning at 12:00 p.m. at the Lynn Baseball Field.