CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Korey Wacker went 5-for-5 with a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh and Maryland matched a season high with 15 hits to defeat No. 12 Miami 6-4 Sunday afternoon.
Wacker, who became the first Maryland player with five hits in a game since 2007, was one of four Terps with multiple hits. Jordan Hagel went 4-for-5, and Michael Montville and K.J. Hockaday both had a pair of hits.
With two of the top pitchers in the conference on the mound - Harman's 1.11 ERA ranked second coming in, while Miami's Steven Ewing's 1.78 mark ranked eighth - few expected a slugfest.
You have to love that name for a baseball player: Wacker..."Wack-Wack-Wack-Wack-Wack"(5 hits)