Charlie Sobieraski pitched six great innings but eventually Miami caught fire in the seventh. Their three runs were more than enough as the Bulls' bats failed to produce a run for the second game in a row.
Once again the Bulls struggled at the plate when they had runners in position. Once the Bulls had the bases loaded and another time when trying to rally UB got a man onto third. In each situation Buffalo came away with nothing to show for it.
A three run seventh by Miami chased Sobierask from the game.
After getting two runners out the RedHawks started their rally with a triple to deep right ccenter, followed by an RBI scoring single. A deep double to left center gave Miami runners on second and third and UB went to Logan Harasta in hopes they could limit the damage. Harasta threw a wild pitch and after recovering the ball catcher Kyle Brennan missed the throw to cover the plate. That allowed a pair of runs to score.
UB warps up the series with Miami tomorrow and are trying to avoid being swept in a conference series for the first time this year.