Published: June 28, 2016
MONTPELIER — Troy Scocca hit the first cycle in Mountaineers history Monday night to help Vermont roll to a 15-1 victory over the New Bedford Bay Sox.
Scocca reached base five times for Vermont, which connected for 15 hits as a team. The Mountaineers bats came alive early and often after entering the night with only four home runs in 15 games. Trevor Ezell, Mikael Mogues and Scocca all hit home runs as the Mountaineers easily set a season high for runs scored.
Scocca drew a walk in his first at-bat. He followed with a two-run homer in the third, a double in the fifth and a triple in the sixth.