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Maryland baseball rolls to 14-5 win over Georgetown

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By Ben Geffner

Maryland made quick work of Georgetown on Tuesday, scoring early and cruising to a 14-5 victory.

The Terps dominated in the early innings after Georgetown’s Jake Hyde hit a leadoff home run that scorched past the right field wall, his first of two blasts on the day.

Maryland’s answer — a seven-run first inning — occurred despite the Terps recording just one hit in the opening frame. Hoyas starting pitcher Johan Franco walked Sam Hojnar and then hit both Chris and Eddie Hacopian. With the bases loaded, Kevin Keister drew yet another Franco walk to tie the score at one.