March 27, 2012
“An awful lot of players had a lot to do with those  wins,” said Penders on his milestone win. “[Assistant Coach] Chris Podeszwa has probably more to do with any of them than anybody. I’m fortunate to have great assistant coaches and great players. Players win games, coaches don’t.” Penders’ career record now stands at 300-195-3.
Hartford notched the first run of the game on a base hit to left field by sophomore DH Brian Hunter in the third inning, but the game was decided in the bottom of the fourth, during an eight-run inning for UConn.
The Huskies batted around and plated the eight runs on seven hits. Junior LJ Mazzilli (
After a walk was issued to senior first baseman Ryan Fuller (Old
The Huskies did all of their work, offensively, against the Hawk’s bullpen. Sophomore lefty Zach Ferris allowed four hits in three shutout innings to start for
For the Hawks, Hunter finished the day 2-4 with two runs scored and one driven in. The game also marked the return of Justin Blood,
The Huskies return to action tomorrow afternoon at 3:00 pm when