CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Michael Bass collected three hits and UNCW plated six runs in the third inning as the Seahawks topped host Charleston Southern, 10-4, in college baseball action Wednesday at the CSU Ballpark.

The Seahawks improved to 18-15 with the win while the Buccaneers fell to 12-23. UNCW ran its record to 14-2 when scoring at least six runs in a game.

Christian MacDonald (1-0) earned the win with two innings of one-run, three hit relief. In his career-long outing, he fanned two and walked none.

Four Seahawks had two hits, including Corey Dick, who also drove in two runs.

In the third inning, UNCW sent 11 batters to the plate in the outburst. Dick keyed the inning with a two-run single.  Andrew Cain and Matt Campbell added RBI doubles.

After taking an early 1-0 lead in the first inning on a RBI single from Tomasovich, CSU loaded the bases in the fourth against UNCW starter Thomas Jones after two runs had already scored. MacDonald, though, ended the threat with a strikeout and kept the Seahawks in front, 6-3.

UNCW added two runs in the fifth on a RBI double by Drew Farber and a two-out single by Bass, who extended his hitting streak to 13 games.

CSU narrowed it to 8-4 in the sixth, but relievers Ryan Leach and Tyler DeLoach combined for three hitless innings of relief.

Farber recorded his 13th sacrifice bunt of the season, setting a program record for sophomores. Mike Rooney previously held the mark with 12 in 2008.

The Seahawks host Colonial Athletic Association rival Hofstra in a three-game series this weekend, beginning on Friday with a 6:30 p.m. start.