‘We Can’t Stay Focused’

No. 22 Seton Hall Smacks Madison, 19-4

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Posted: March 11, 2014

Seton Hall’s Chris Chiaradio slides safely across home plate as JMU’s Bobby San Martin awaits the throw in the fourth inning Monday at Veterans Memorial Park. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
JMU starter Mark Gunst throws a pitch during the second inning Monday against Seton Hall. The sophomore right-hander took the loss, falling to 1-2 on the season.
JMU shortstop Kyle Weston applies a tag on Seton Hall’s Zach Weigel during a steal attempt in Monday’s loss at Veterans Memorial Park.

HARRISONBURG — Monday’s game was bad enough for the James Madison baseball team — a 19-4 dismantling by No. 22 Seton Hall — but an emerging pattern might be even worse.

“It’s been kind of a...



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