Berry Homers Again As Purple Evens Series With 8-3 Win
Oct. 20, 2011
SEATTLE - The Purple team beat the Gold squad, 8-3, Wednesday afternoon at Husky Ballpark to draw even at one win apiece in the best-of-three Fall World Series.
On Tuesday, the Gold won the series opener, 12-7.
Freshman first baseman Brandon Berry, who hit two homers in the losing cause in game one, went deep again for the winning squad in game two. Berry finished 2-for-3 with a double, a homer, three run scored and another batted in.
Sophomore catcher Ryan Wiggins also added a pair of hits and three RBI for the Purple. Starting pitcher George Asmus pitched three and two-thirds innings and Keith Zuniga picked up the win, going two and one-third in relief without allowing a run.
The Gold got three hits and an RBI from freshman Robert Pehl while Jayce Ray added two hits.
Pending the weather, the annual series is slated to conclude this afternoon (Thursday, Oct. 20) at Husky Ballpark, starting at 3:00 p.m.
2011 UW FALL WORLD SERIES Game Two - Oct. 19, 2011