KISSIMMEE, Fla. – (March 3) Jake Prizina was brilliant on the mound and the Redhawk battery came up big late as Seattle University baseball clinched a 5-2 win over Youngstown State Saturday evening at the Irish Classic in Kissimmee, Fla.

Prizina (1-0) went eight strong innings, fanning six, walking one and allowing just five hits and two unearned runs. The junior lefty surrendered three hits and two unearned runs in the first, then settled in to shut the Penguins (1-7) out the rest of the way.

Zach Wolf entered in the ninth and closed the door for his second save of the year.

At the plate, Dalton Hurd delivered a two-RBI single in the fourth to knot the score at 2-2. Curtis Perrin and Jake Cosgrove scored on the play after each reaching with hits of their own.

Kyler Murphy drove in Jacob Prater in the seventh for the go ahead run and Chase Wells struck a triple to right-center field in the ninth that sent Cameron Sterne and Hurd across home plate.

Cosgrove and Hurd had two hits each while six other tallied one hit apiece.

The Redhawks (6-5) conclude play at the Irish Classic on Sunday, facing host Notre Dame at 9 am Eastern, 6 a.m. Pacific.