CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- Virginia scored five runs in the sixth inning to take a lead and slugged out a season-high 14 hits in a 10-2 win over Villanova Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
It was the Cavaliers first three-game sweep since April 2017 when the Wahoos swept Pittsburgh at home.
Five Wahoos recorded two or more hits with Logan Michaels collecting three hits and scoring two runs. Cameron Comer also scored two runs while collecting two hits and driving in a run.
Trailing 2-1, the Cavaliers scored five runs in the sixth, sending nine batters to the plate. A Nate Eikhoff RBI groundout tied the game 2-2. Jack Weiller hit a sacrifice fly to bring in the go ahead run, giving Virginia its first lead of the day.
Zack Gelof and Tanner Morris followed with back-to-back RBI singles to give the Cavaliers a 5-2 cushion. Two batters later, Brendan Rivoli hit a ball through the hole in the right side of the infield to score Morris. The throw home got away and Cam Simmons raced home to score as well.
Noah Murdock allowed two runs -- both solo home runs -- on five hits in five-plus innings, striking out seven. Paul Kosanovich, Riley Wilson and Chesdin Harrington combined for four innings of work and allowed just one base runner and no hits.