Ingoglia (9-4) left with one out in the eighth to a standing ovation. The southpaw struck out 10, the second highest single game total in his four-year Stetson career, while allowing six hits and two walks. Those 10 K’s give Ingoglia a career total of269, the fourth-highest mark in Hatter history. His 30 victories also rank fourth.
Stetson took the lead in the sixth with a three-run inning. The Hatters had scored a total of three runs in their previous three games. Shane Jordan sparked the rally with a one-out walk and a stolen base. Casey Frawley singled in
Josh Clendenin led off the seventh with a double and later scored on a Frawley ground out to make it 4-2.
After that, Ingoglia set down nine in a row before pitching around a leadoff walk in the seventh. Robbie Elsemiller closed out the victory for Stetson to post his 12th save, which ties for the fourth-highest single season total in school history. His one and two-thirds scoreless innings gave him his first save since April 13.
Bruins starter Carlo Testa (3-7) took the loss after allowing three runs in 5 2/3 innings.
The series and the regular season concludes Saturday afternoon with a 12:00 noon start at Melching Field. Stetson’s seniors will be honored prior to the game.