Joe McCary picked up the victory for the Knights on the mound, hurling four complete inning while allowing just one hit while striking out four Braves.
The Knights picked up 11 hits in the 4-run win, with center fielder Michael Cantwell leading the team at the plate with two hits and two RBIs.
Chowan started out the game strong, picking up one run on one hit in the first to take an early 1-0 lead while St. Andrews' pitcher DJ Turpin struggled on the mound in his third appearance this year. Turpin walked the Braves' Brett Overton who reached third after a balk and a wild pitch, finally reaching home after an error by the Knights' infield.
Turpin finished the inning, but the Knights were held scoreless until the second when St. Andrews' plated three runs in the inning to take a 3-1 advantage. TJ Werner scored Jake Anderson on a double to right center field to grab the Knights' first run of the contest, with St. Andrews scoring two more runs to close the inning on a RJ Blasi single and an Andrew Pelfrey sacrifice fly.
St. Andrews' extended their lead to 7-1 in the fourth inning, scoring two runs apiece in the third and fourth frames to take the commanding 6-run advantage.
The Knights plated two more runs in the seventh inning, scoring on three hits in the frame. A single to right center by Ethan Powell brought home Colin Armstrong for St. Andrews' first run of the inning, while a single by Cantwell brought in the outfielder's second RBI of the day.
Chowan scored two late runs in the ninth inning, but the Braves' run was stopped after Chowan's Ryan Moore grounded out into a game-ending fielder's choice.
St. Andrews finished the contest batting 11-for-37 with four walks.
The win moves St. Andrews to 2-4 this season, with a 2-3 mark at home.
The Knights will return to action today when they travel to Virginia State University for a 3-game series, kicking off action at noon against the Trojans.