By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin
CHATHAM, M.A. - On a foggy night in Chatham, a five-run fourth inning for the Anglers handed the Whitecaps their second straight loss.
All day long there had been a fog warning in Chatham. The fog was the least of the Whitecaps worries though as they suffered their second straight loss 6-3.The game only went five innings because of the heavy fog over the field.
The Anglers got the early lead in the first after Teddy McGraw (Wake Forest) balked, bringing in a run.
The Whitecaps would get the bases loaded in the top of the second with two outs. They would leave everyone stranded, as Porter Brown (TCU) struck out to end the inning.
In the top of the third Zach Neto (Campbell) hit a missile over the right-field wall to make the game one apiece.
Neto left the game early with an apparent leg injury.
Disaster then struck in the fourth. Five runs came across to score for the Anglers making the score 6-1.
The Whitecaps were able to inch closer off a Spencer Jones (Vanderbilt) two-run home run.
That would be all though from Chatham. The game went into a fog delay after the fifth inning, eventually getting called and the Anglers winning.
The Whitecaps now (10-7-2) will go into their off day and will be back at home Friday, at 5 p.m.