Ft. Meyers, FL| The St. Joseph's College baseball team split with Skidmore College on day two of the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic on Saturday afternoon. The Thoroughbreds came away with a 5-3 win in game one before the Golden Eagles answered with a 6-1 victory in game two.
SJC now sits at 3-2 on the season as Skidmore moves to 5-3.
St. Joseph's scored first in the top of the second, but the Thoroughbreds answered right back with two runs in the bottom half of the inning.
Sanderson scored his third run of the day in the top of the sixth to put the Golden Eagles ahead 3-2, but the lead was short lived as Skidmore plated three in the bottom half of the inning to secure the 5-3 win.
Sanderson finished 2-for-2 with three runs scored. Jesse Nakashian and Montoro recorded a hit apiece.
SJC's Anthony Papa suffered the loss allowing five runs, three earned, with four strikeouts in a complete game effort.
Skidmore's Jay Gamboa picked up the win allowing three runs on four hits with seven K's in seven innings.
Bats came alive for the Golden Eagles in game two as they outhit the Thoroughbreds 11-5.
After both teams pushed a run across in the first, SJC went ahead courtesy of a 2-RBI double from Nakashian.
Both sides were then held scoreless until the Golden Eagles tacked on three insurance runs in the bottom of the six to move the score to its final 6-1.
Skidmore's Jacob Berish was tagged with the loss.
SJC continues to play in the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic on Sunday, March 17 with a doubleheader with St. Lawrence.