FREELAND, Mich.--For the second straight week, Adrian College Baseball earned the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Pitcher of the Week award as junior right-hander Pierce Banks (Sterling Heights, Mich. / Parkway Christian High School) is the recipient for the seven-day period ending Sunday. The MIAA office made that announcement on Monday.
ITHACA, N.Y. – The Empire 8 Conference announced its weekly awards on Monday morning, for the week ending March 17, and Ithaca College baseball senior Adam Gallagher was named the conference’s Player of the Week.
ROSEMONT, Pa. - Seniors Mohammed Hussein and Dakota McFadden of the No. 17 Keystone College baseball team have been named the CSAC Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, announced by the league office on Monday.
AUBURNDALE, Fla. — The Keuka College Baseball team continued their spring trip on Monday with a doubleheader against Springfield College in Florida. Keuka College (0-6) lost a pair of tight games to the Pride. The Wolves fell in the opener 12-11 and then dropped game two 6-4.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (NJCUGothicKnights.com) | The New Jersey City University baseball scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and limited Wesley College (Del.) to four hits as the Gothic Knights won their 2019 home opener at the Thomas M. Gerrity Athletic Complex, 7-3, in a St. Patrick's Day non-conference tilt.
After picking up a hard earned win over Ramapo yesterday, the Concordia University Chicago Baseball team looked to go a perfect 6-0 over the Florida trip while extending their win streak today against the College of New Jersey. The game had a postseason feel to it from start to finish, and it was the Cougars who were able to plate the winning run in the bottom of the ninth to win 3-2.
AUBURNDALE, Fla. - Senior Mohammed Hussein finished 4-for-5 with three singles and a double as the No. 17 Keystone College baseball team fell to Bradley University 18-1 in a Division III/Division I matchup on Sunday afternoon.
Cary, N.C. (March 17, 2019) –The Pfeiffer University baseball team earned an 8-3 win over William Peace University, taking the USA South series at the USA Baseball Complex in Cary, N.C. on Sunday afternoon.
Case Western Reserve University closed out its Spring Break trip on Sunday with an offensive explosion, scoring 18 runs on as many hits, and three different Spartan pitchers combined for 14 strikeouts during an 18-6 win over Trinity College at the Spartan Southern Classic in Lexington, South Carolina.
ROME, Ga. – The Berry College baseball team defeated the No. 16 SUNY Cortland Red Dragons 10-9 in walk-off fashion Sunday afternoon on a Quinn Smith single that drove in Spence Johns to score the winning run. The win pushed Berry's record to 14-6.
MOUNT BERRY, Georgia — Adrian College jumped on the Etta Express early and went on to defeat Marietta College, 8-4, Sunday (March 17) afternoon on the campus of Berry College. The Pioneers slip to 4-7 on the season, while Adrian improves to 7-1 overall.
Birmingham, Ala. - Rhodes College baseball defeated Birmingham-Southern 9-6 on 14 hits Sunday afternoon, taking two games on the road from the No. 23-ranked Panthers. On Saturday, BSC took game one 6-5 before Rhodes won the second game 10-2. The Lynx move to 10-10 overall and 3-3 in conference while BSC drops to 15-6 and 4-2.
PUNTA GORDA, Fla. – Six days after his first ineffective opening-day start in three season, senior righty Jordan Muchin (West Hartford) rebounded with one of the best performances of his four-year career, shutting out No.1-ranked College of Wooster on four hits in his eight-inning stint in Eastern Connecticut State University's 7-0 baseball win Sunday morning at South County Regional Park.
MOUNT BERRY, GA. – Cortland scored eight straight runs over a four-inning stretch to take a 9-5 lead, but Berry College responded with three runs in the bottom of the eighth and two in the ninth as the Vikings defeated the Red Dragons, 10-9, to close action at Berry’s three-day tournament.
The Oglethorpe baseball team closed out a series victory over the Sewanee Tigers Sunday in Tennessee, defeating the home side 5-3 to improve to 4-2 in SAA play on the season and 7-13 overall. The Stormy Petrels used timely hitting and good pitching to secure the win and take two of three from Sewanee.
LA VERNE, Calif. – The Ithaca College baseball team bounced back from its loss yesterday to Redlands with a 6-4 victory at La Verne on Saturday morning to conclude its spring trip to California. Ithaca is now 5-3 on the season, while La Verne falls to 10-6. This is the third straight season that the Bombers have won five games against their California counterparts.
TUCSON, Ariz. - Senior Peyton Renning singled home a pair of runs in the bottom of the ninth inning which capped an exciting 11-10 comeback victory for the Buena Vista University baseball team on Friday evening against Lourdes.
MOUNT BERRY, GA. – Cortland committed five errors, four of which led to six unearned runs, in an 11-1 loss to Adrian College during the second day of the Berry College Tournament. The Bulldogs (6-1) also outhit Cortland, 12-4, and Jordan Williams allowed only one unearned run over six and a third innings for the victory.
The Oglethorpe baseball team earned a doubleheader split with Sewanee Saturday to start a three-game SAA series. They defeated the homestanding Tigers 7-3 in the opening game, but fell 1-0 in 10 innings in Game 2. With the results, the Stormy Petrels moved to 6-13 overall and 3-2 in SAA play on the season.
Northboro, MA --- Senior Austin Lindner (Princeton Jct., NJ), sophomore Jordan DeDonato (Danvers, MA) and freshman Michael Fraser (Mashpee, MA) all batted .500 and combined for eight RBI while senior Steven Gallagher (Coventry, RI) and Junior Tyrone Patterson (Upper Marlboro, MD) each accumulated five hits, including eight for extra bases, as WPI split a baseball twinbill with New England College Saturday at the New England Baseball Complex. The Engineers (11-3) won the first part of the seven-plus hour marathon 22-21 and the Pilgrims (10-4) return to Henniker with a 6-5 victory in the nightcap.