CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- No. 11 Virginia never led on Wednesday night until the eighth inning as the Cavaliers pick up a resilient 6-4 win over Georgetown at Disharoon Park.

The Hoyas jumped out on freshman pitcher Matthew Buchanan, scoring three runs in the first inning. With runners on Ethan Stern hit an RBI-double off the right centerfield wall, Andrew Ciufo followed with an RBI sac-fly before a wild pitch from Buchanan allowed Stern to score to put the Hoyas up 3-0.

The first inning continued though with Virginia finding an answer at the plate with Devin Ortiz driving home two runs on a single through the left side of the infield, followed Alex Tappen scoring on a bases loaded walk drawn by Ethan Anderson to tie the game at 3-3.

After Georgetown retook the lead on an RBI sac fly, the Virginia freshmen put together a few impressive at-bats in a row. Anderson, Colin Tuft and Justin Rubin all hit singles to load the bases up in the sixth inning, then Griff O'Ferrall drew his third walk of the game to bring home Anderson to tie the game at 4-4 again.

The Cavaliers received a shutout outing from their bullpen, led by freshman Jay Woolfolk. A night after the Richmond native gave up the walk-off home run to VCU, Woolfolk started with a four-pitch walk before tossing five-straight strikeouts to hold the Hoyas at bay and pick up the win.

Chris Newell started off with a bunt single in the eighth inning as the Cavaliers loaded the bases for Rubin. The freshman hit into a fielder's choice with Georgetown trying to turn a double play at home and first, but the throw was off to first allowing Max Cotier to score and take their first lead of the game at 5-4. Kyle Teel would follow up with an RBI-single with the bases loaded to provide an insurance run for the Wahoos.

Paul Kosanovich wrapped up the game in the ninth inning to secure his first career save.

Virginia returns to action on Friday when North Carolina comes to The Dish for an ACC weekend series.