Technician - February 23, 2009

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Nicholas King, a junior in chemical and paper science engineering, sings the alma mater after State’s 72-67 victory over Virginia Saturday. King said he was confident before the game, but when the Cavaliers started coming back, “I did get a little bit nervous then.�

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allowing the Cavaliers to erase the Wolfpack’s early leads. “This is the story of our season right now,� junior Dennis Horner said. “We get big leads and we lose. But these past few games, we’ve learned how to win by staying patient and coming out with the ‘W.’� At the end of the first half, Virginia closed the Pack’s lead to only four points going into the locker room, 33-29. “We play a lot of games where we have big leads and end up losing. But we’re learning how to win and that’s exactly what we did tonight,� Williams said.

In practice the Wolfpack has been working on their offense to minimize second half disappointments, which have become typical this season. “Coach makes us run our offense to perfection,� Horner said. “We scrimmage with four minutes on the clock. He just wants us to be more poised with the ball and not turn it over, so that’s what we’ve really been working on.� The Pack now has five ACC wins under its belt and added confidence as it prepares to take on Wake Forest Feb. 26. “I like where we are as a team, I like our mindset,� Lowe said. “We’re trying to creep up that ladder. We’re going to control our destiny one game at a time.�

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Mazzoni gave the Rams a lead they would not surrender. Saturday, three-run sixth and eighth innings led the Xavier Musketeers (2-1) to an 8-3 victory over the Pack. Right-handed junior Sam Brown got the start for the Wolfpack and pitched five innings, giving up two runs on six hits and striking out two. The left-handed redshirt junior Alex Sogard pitched two and a third innings giving up six runs on four hits, striking out two and walking two. Yesterday, preseason AllAmerican left-handed junior Jimmy Gillheeney got the start and the win over

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tinue to fight and continue to work hard.� Of State’s seven losses in the ODU match, three were pins, but four were decisions of three or fewer points. “We lost three really close matches tonight that would have made the outcome different,� Jordan said. “We’ve got to win the close matches.� According to Caldwell, the

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the Broncos of Santa Clara (2-1). back out there is a great feeling,� Gillheeney pitched six innings, Gillheeney said. “I’ve always giving up one run on four hits loved to start - I’ve started most while striking of my life. I feel out seven and very comfortable only walking getting back into one. The bullthe role.� pen pitched Freshman Pratt four innings, Maynard had a allowing four s t a ndout p erhits and two for ma nce t h is runs striking weekend that was Freshman Pratt Maynard out two and capped off by a walking none. stel la r per forGillheeney, ma nce Sunday who was a closer last season but against Santa Clara. He went did not get to pitch in the post- 4-5 Sunday with four RBI’s, a season due to an undisclosed homerun and a stolen base. He reason, was excited to get back was also behind the plate Sunday on the mound for the Pack in the catching for Gillheeney. starter role. “Starting out on Friday, I saw “It was a great feeling to get I was in the lineup, and I didn’t back out there. Baseball is my know what to say,� Maynard love, my dream and just to get said. “I came up [to] my first at

“Today, I hit my first home run, and it was unbelievable.�

team has its sights set on the ACC tournament and hopes it can realize the potential of the ten competitors they bring to Blacksburg. “Coach has been stressing throughout the year, winning the ACC title and coming through till nationals,� Caldwell said. “I really think we’ve got a good chance at winning [the ACC tournament]. Nobody is going to give up on our team. The ACC is where it counts, so you’d better watch out for us.�

bat with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the first, and I hit a single and coach Ward had a big smile on his face and he said, ‘it feel good don’t it,’ and I was like, ‘oh yeah.’ Today I hit my first home run, and it was unbelievable.� While the Pack did not come out of the weekend with the record that it wanted, the lessons the team picked up were priceless, according to Avent. “Wins and losses, they just kind of come. We didn’t think we were going to go undefeated,� Avent said. “Somewhere along the line, what we learned in those first two days is going to help win a lot more than those first two games. It’s better when you can learn some things from an ugly win, but if you can learn from a loss, then so be it.�

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#6 James Nicholson (ODU) pinned Mike Moreno, at 4:28 (6-0)

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