Six teams took the field on Easter with Brandeis defeating NYU in the end of their four game UAA series and Cortland sweeping a doubleheader from SUNY New Paltz. Central (Iowa) defeated Buena Vista 10-1.
Kean's Charles Thielmann tossed two complete games in the NJAC tournament and landed on the final D3baseball.com Team of the Week. Joining Theilmann are Webster's Josh Fleming and Central's Dylan Diveney.
DUBUQUE—The Central College baseball team dropped Saturday’s opener 6-1 before earning an Iowa Conference doubleheader split with a 4-1 win over Loras College to remain alone in third place with one league four-game series remaining on the schedule.
DUBUQUE—The Central College baseball team swept Loras College 7-4, 7-3 Friday for its eighth and ninth consecutive wins, clinching an Iowa Conference tournament berth and solidifying itself in third place with only six games remaining on the schedule.
PELLA—Senior Robbie Rushing picked up the victory on the mound in Saturday’s opener before going 4-for-5 at the plate in the series finale, leading the Central College baseball team to 4-2, 13-5 wins over Coe College for the four-game sweep.
PELLA—The Central College baseball team manufactured a pair of one-run victories for a 2-1, 5-4 sweep of Iowa Conference foe Coe College, separating itself as one of the top four teams in the league standings.
PELLA—A sterling performance from starting pitcher Judson McKown in the opener and well-executed small ball in the finale gave the Central College baseball team a 4-0, 6-5 sweep of Iowa Conference opponent Luther College Saturday.
PELLA—Starting pitcher Dakotah Wolken tossed a complete-game shutout and right fielder Andrew O’Toole hit a two-out, two-strike grand slam to propel the Central College baseball team to a split with Iowa Conference foe Luther College Friday.
INDIANOLA—The Central College baseball team found its footing in Tuesday’s Iowa Conference doubleheader against Simpson College, ending its four-game losing streak and completing the four-game season series sweep of the Storm with 9-1 and 4-3 victories.
PELLA—Senior pitcher Robbie Rushing and sophomore pitcher Matt Schissel each hurled compete games as the Central College baseball team swept its Iowa Conference doubleheader against Simpson 8-4 and 8-1 Tuesday afternoon.
DUBUQUE—It took extra innings, but an outfield assist by senior Andrew O’Toole, a squeeze bunt by senior outfielder Jake Effron and 3.2 innings of scoreless relief by junior pitcher Andy Carr propelled the Central College baseball team to a 3-2 (11 inn.) win over the Univ. of Dubuque in the weekend finale following a 2-1 loss in Sunday’s opener.
MOUNT VERNON, Iowa — A 64-year drought came to an end Sunday in Mount Vernon. The Central College baseball team earned a 5-1, 2-1 doubleheader sweep of Cornell College to secure the program’s first outright Iowa Conference title since 1948 and its third overall.
PELLA—Hits were scarce but Central College center fielder Sam Stetzel and second baseman Adam Ariola delivered the game-winning two-out blasts as the Dutch overcame Cornell College with a three-run ninth inning Saturday, sweeping the three-game Iowa Conference set with a 4-3 win.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—Making a second trip to Cedar Rapids in three days, the Central College baseball team brought its bats Monday, outslugging Coe College 13-7 after mustering just two runs against the Kohawks in a doubleheader Saturday.
PELLA—Scattering seven hits over 14 innings, the Central College baseball team rebounded with a Sunday doubleheader sweep over the Univ. of Dubuque. The Dutch won 2-1 and 6-2 to claim two wins in the three-game Iowa Conference series after a 4-3 decision Saturday.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill.—Sophomore Dirk Lindaman fired a two-hit shutout as the Central College baseball team managed a split of a doubleheader with Augsburg (Minn.) Sunday, dropping the opener in nine innings, 5-3, before posting a 3-0 shutout.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill.—Heading south for warmer weather, the Central College baseball team instead found snow flurries but the Dutch bats delivered enough firepower to fuel a 5-3 season-opening win over Carleton College (Minn.).