Louisville baseball sweeps Virginia

Sutton Whiting had three doubles and Josh Rogers pitched seven scoreless innings as the University of Louisville baseball team completed a sweep of Virginia with a 4-0 decision Monday night on national television. The Cardinals are now 25-7, 14-1 in the ACC.

It was a huge night for the Louisville baseball team.

On national television, Louisville won its 13th straight ACC game and completed a sweep of defending national runner-up Virginia with a 4-0 win in Charlottesville, Va.

Sophomore pitcher Josh Rogers pitched seven solid innings and senior shortstop Sutton Whiting led the offensive attack with three doubles for the Cardinals.

Rogers allowed just three hits and walked two in seven innings to improve to 5-1 on the season. Lincoln Henzman worked the eighth inning after a walk by Roges, while Zach Burdi closed out the game with a perfect ninth inning.

Whiting had three doubles, scored twice and drove in a run, while Nick Solak was 3-for-3 with an RBI and Brendan McKay had a double and an RBI.

U of L has now won seven straight games overall and 13 straight in ACC competition, sweeing four of the first five ACC three-game weekend sets. It was the fifth shutout for the Cardinals this season and moves the record to 25-7.

Louisville will now play host to Kentucky on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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