WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Blaze Tart tossed his first career complete game and UNCW banged out 14 hits, as the Seahawks topped visiting William & Mary, 11-2, in Colonial Athletic Association baseball action on Saturday at Brooks Field.

The Seahawks won the series with the victory and raised their record to 20-14 and 9-5 in the CAA with their fifth straight win. The Tribe, who entered the series as winners of nine of their last 12 conference outings, dropped to 18-19 overall and 9-8 in the league.

Tart limited the Tribe to just seven hits and a pair of walks in going the distance. It was UNCW's third complete game outing of the week, joining Tyler McSwain versus Delaware and Ryan Leach against Campbell. Tart finished with five strikeouts and recorded 10 ground ball outs.

UNCW built a 2-0 lead in the second on a Tribe error and a double steal with Alex Hill scoring on the front end. Hill finished the afternoon with a pair of hits and knocked in three runs.

Logan Billbrough was saddled with the loss and saw his record dip to 4-2. He allowed nine runs, five earned, on 10 hits and a pair of walks.

The Seahawks would open the game up with seven runs in the middle three innings to stake Tart to a 9-0 lead. Andrew Cain highlighted a three-run fifth and another three-run sixth inning with a pair of doubles, giving him a team-leading 11 on the season.

The Tribe broke through in the ninth against Tart with a pair of runs on two hits. Tad Bower's second hit of the afternoon drove in the first run and Ryan Lindemuth closed out the scoring with a sacrifice fly one batter later.

Thomas Pope led UNCW with three hits as he pushed his season batting average to .405. Also adding two hits to fuel the UNCW offense were Matt Campbell and David Shambley. Campbell finished with three runs scored.

The series concludes on Sunday with a 2 p.m. start.