Five-run third, quality start from Dipoto drive 'Chucks
Madison, WIS – The Wisconsin Woodchucks (12-10) topped the Madison Mallards (14-10), 8-5, at Warner Park in Madison, Wisconsin.
Steele Walker (Oklahoma) kept his hot hitting going with a double, two singles, three RBIs and a run scored. Walker is 10 of his last 14 at the plate over the Woodchucks' last three games.
Stevie Mangrum (Virginia Tech) had a double, a single and a run scored. Tyler Krabbe (Montevallo) had two hits of his own, including a two-RBI double in the Woodchucks' five-run third inning.
Jonah Dipoto (UC-San Diego) got the win after giving up just two runs through seven innings in his third start.
Evy Ruibal (Notre Dame) picked up the four-out save — his second of the season.
The Woodchucks return to action tomorrow at Athletic Park against Rockford. Order your tickets today by calling 715.845.5055
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