The Eagles were quick to strike in game two of the series as Fitzpatrick hit an RBI single in the top of the second inning, and an errant throw from Wesleyan allowed a second run to score. In the top of the third, a hard line drive into left field from junior Alex Adams allowed sophomore Tate McKee to tag up and score to extend the lead to 3-0. For the remainder of the game, no more runs were plated as the Eagles secured their first baseball state title in school history. Eagles’ pitcher Cam Collier went seven innings allowing just three hits with nine strikeouts.
Wesleyan starting pitcher senior Jimmy Cox pitched six innings, allowing four hits while collecting seven strikeouts.