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Notre Dame baseball wins finale, split series with Florida International

Although Notre Dame baseball dropped both games on Saturday, they still had a change to return to South Bend with a split series against host Florida Atlantic.

That’s exactly what happened, as the Irish took the finale 3-1 behind a bullpen day of great pitching. Torey McDonough started the game with 2 innings, followed by Jack Radel with three innings and Rickey Reeth with 2.2 of shutout baseball. Bennett Flynn earned the save while giving up the only run of the game.

Offensively, Notre Dame was led by right fielder Tito Flores, who drove in two, and left fielder David Glancy who knocked in the other run with a solo homer, his fourth of the young season.

The win propels the Irish’s record to 5-2 as they get a couple days of rest before taking on Tennessee Tech in a three game series starting on March 1st.

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Story originally appeared on Fighting Irish Wire