Regional Reaction: ULM 6, Belmont 3 

June, 2, 2012
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Louisiana-Monroe (32-29) bounced back from a tantalizing loss to LSU in fine form Saturday afternoon, eliminating Belmont (39-24) from the Baton Rouge regional in the process.

Overview: Much like Friday, pitching dominated in the early going of a small ball clinic by both the Warhawks and the Bruins. Belmont could not register a hit on ULM starter Cale Wine until the fourth inning, while ULM continually made contact on Belmont's Matt Hamann but could not push runs across the plate.

After stranding three runners in the first two innings, the Warhawks finally got on the board when shortstop Jeremy Sy tripled to right field and reached home on a fielder's choice. ULM built the lead to 3-0 in the next inning, when Brandon Alexander scored from third on a wild pitch before Corben Green scored another with a sacrifice fly to left field.
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