Tech Wins Big Against Campbell
Bauder, Winterfeldt lead the way
May 13, 2003

BLACKSBURG, Va. - Brad Bauder and Chris Winterfeldt combined for 12 runs batted in as Virginia Tech handed Campbell University a 22-7 loss at English Field on Tuesday.

Bauder (Ashburn, Va.) contributed two home runs and a double in six at bats on the way to driving in seven runs and scoring four. Winterfeldt (Lynchburg, Va.) collected a pair of doubles and four total hits in five at bats to produce five runs and score three. Tech (33-19) collected a total of 17 hits in the contest.

Bauder helped the Hokies get started with a two-run double in the first inning, then added a two-run homer in the third inning. The senior center fielder added an RBI on a fielder's choice in the fourth inning and capped his day with another two-run homer in the seventh.

Both of Winterfeldt's doubles came in the fourth inning when the Hokies broke the game open with nine runs. The senior first baseman led off the inning with a double and scored on a single by shortstop Spencer Harris (Louisa, Va.). Second baseman Marc Tugwell (Springfield, Va.) belted a three-run double in the inning and, following Bauder's run-scoring fielder's choice, Winterfeldt smacked another three-run double. Third baseman Chris Stanton (Centreville, Va.) finished the inning off with an RBI-single. Winterfeldt added a two-run single in the fifth inning, then singled and scored a run in the seventh.

Junior right-hander Jay Musialowski (Depew, N.Y.) started on the mound for Tech and picked up his second win against one loss. Musialowski pitched six innings, allowing nine hits and five runs. He struck out six batters and walked just one. Redshirt freshman David Londrey (Richmond, Va.), who had seen all his action this season as a catcher and designated hitter, pitched the final three innings for Tech to earn a save.

Campbell (20-27) scored twice in the fourth inning behind an RBI-double by first baseman Chris Wiley and a run-scoring single by designated hitter Jonathan Sanderlin. The Camels picked up two more runs in the fifth inning on catcher Jason Brown's double. They also got a run-scoring triple from center fielder Jeff Blick in the sixth inning and a solo home run from shortstop Derek Barrows in the seventh. Barrows finished the scoring with an RBI-double in the ninth inning. The loss went to Campbell starter Josh Blades (5-2) who pitched just one inning.

Bauder and Winterfeldt got plenty of offensive help from Tugwell and Stanton. Tugwell finished the game 3-for-4 with four RBIs and four runs scored, while Stanton was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored.

Tech is scheduled to play VCU at English Field on Wednesday at 3 p.m.