WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Christian MacDonald fanned a career-high six in a career-long 7 and 2/3 innings as UNCW earned a split of a doubleheader against Lehigh with a 6-1 win in the nightcap. The Mountain Hawks topped the Seahawks, 4-1, in the opener.

The Seahawks evened their record at 4-4 with the series win while Lehigh dropped to 1-2.

Michael Bass and Joe Bertone led the Seahawks with two hits apiece in the second game.

In the opener, LU starter Mike Burke (1-0) stymied the Seahawks over 5 and 1/3 innings. He allowed one run on two hits and a pair of walks. UNCW's Jordan Ramsey (0-2) was the tough luck loser, going the distance and allowing four unearned runs while tying his career-high with seven strikeouts.

Up Next: The Seahawks have the midweek off before hosting the Hughes Bros. Baseball Challenge beginning on Friday. UNCW will take on Stony Brook at 4 p.m. with San Diego and Gardner-Webb opening the weekend at noon.

How it happened (Game 1): Lehigh plated four unearned runs as a dropped fly ball and passed ball accounted for all four runs scoring in the first inning. UNCW answered with a run in the bottom of the first, but neither team could score after that.

How it happened (Game 2): Leading 2-1 in the eighth, UNCW's Corey Dick and Christian Wolfe belted two-run pinch hit home runs to make it 6-1. Andy Auston snapped a 1-all deadlock in the sixth with a sacrifice fly.

Seahawks Dealing: Ramsey allowed seven hits and walked one while MacDonald allowed just four hits and a walk before making way for the bullpen. Ramsey dropped his ERA to 3.55 while MacDonald lowered his to 2.61. MacDonald was making his second career start and his previous career-long outing was just 2 and 2/3 innings last weekend against Kent State.

Notes: The Seahawks moved to 2-2 all-time against Lehigh ... UNCW managed just two hits in the first game of the day ... On the weekend, UNCW allowed just one earned run and limited LU to a .170 batting average ... UNCW pitchers combined for a 0.36 ERA ... The Seahawks turned four double plays on the weekend, raising their season total to nine ... Michael Bass and Tyler Molinaro extended their hitting streaks to four games ... Bass, who hit .556 in the series, has reached base safely in all eight games ... UNCW head coach Mark Scalf improved to 694-541-1 in 22 seasons.