Trailing 5-2 coming into their last at-bat, Kean (5-1) walked the bases loaded with no outs (pinch-hitter Tim Huxen, John Carello and Chris Vetter). LoGiudice, Marzano and Polizzano all got on with singles and rookie Michael Lapczynski cut the deficit in half with a two RBI double. Austin Miles collected a one out single and swiped second before moving to third on an error. Reliever Kyle Gaeb earned his second win of the season after tossing two thirds of an inning in the ninth.
The Spartans responded in the top of the fourth, as senior catcher Tyler Wypiszenski crossed the plate on an error during the frame, cutting the deficit to 2-1. The score remained tied until the bottom of the sixth, when a Zane Baker solo home run put Spalding back ahead. Baker would add a key insurance run in the eighth with a sacrifice fly against senior left-handed relief pitcher Corey Brown to increase the Golden Eagles' lead to 6-4. Gross took the loss in the game, falling to 0-1 on the season, while Lane Staples earned the win in relief for Spalding to improve to 1-0, and Blake picked up his first save of the year.
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. Rainy weather and soggy field conditions have forced a cancellation for Saturday's Peach Belt Conference (PBC) contest for No. The start of a three-game set, the status of the remainder of the series will be decided upon Sunday morning. As a Division II program, Bobcat Athletics prides itself on balancing the life of the student-athlete, evidenced by the teams' multiple appearances in post-season competition as well as documented academic success and community-service involvement. Sign up at @GCBobcats on all social media formats for up-to-the-minute reports, and visit GCBobcats.PhotoReflect.com to purchase photo prints from home athletic contests.
TYLER, Texas The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team's Saturday night single game at U.T.-Tyler has been rained out and will not be rescheduled. The Cru and Patriots are still scheduled to play a noon doubleheader on Sunday in Tyler.
The Rider University baseball team dropped a 3-0 decision on the road versus regional foe La Salle on Saturday afternoon at Hank DeVincent Field.The Broncs (1-4) dropped their fourth straight game, while the Explorers (4-1) earned the series win and picked up their third victory in a row.Rider got a strong outing on the mound from sophomore right-hander(Staten Island, NY/Monsignor Farrell). All three of the runs that Vitacco allowed were unearned.In a scoreless game in the bottom of the seventh, La Salle put runners on the corners with one out following a Bronc error. After a sac fly, the Explorers registered back-to-back run-scoring hits to chase Vitacco.Senior(Jobstown, NJ/North Burlington) was able to get out of the jam for Rider out of the bullpen.Rider threatened in the top of the third, as the first two batters that came to the plate reached base safely courtesy of a single up the middle and a walk. Simone also had a steal for the Broncs.also reached base twice for Rider thanks to walking twice.Rider and La Salle close out a three-game weekend set on Sunday, February 24, with a single, nine-inning contest that is slated to begin at 1:00 pm.
PHILADELPHIA, PA -smacked a pair of home runs and drove in three RBI in game one, andfollowed with two homers and three RBI of his own in game two as the Bloomsburg University baseball team cruised to a doubleheader sweep of the University of the Sciences Saturday afternoon. The sophomore tallied four home runs in 50 appearances as a true freshman for the Huskies a season ago. After an error would pull the Devils to within one in the bottom of the second, the Huskies would erupt for five innings in the top of the fourth to extend the lead to 7-1. Back-to-back doubles fromandwould bring home two more runs, and Chasanov would cap the big inning with an RBI single to left.The Huskies would tack on their eighth run of the game in the top of the fifth on an RBI groundout by Shiffer that scored Krizan, but the Devils would look to rally in the bottom half of the inning, tallying two runs on a single from Nick Amicon.Swiger would halt any momentum swing in the top of the sixth, however, smacking a solo shot off of Joseph Jachimiak that would give Bloomsburg a 9-3 lead.
Nashville, Tenn. Rainy weather in Nashville has caused two cancelations for the University of Toledo baseball team. Friday's game against Middle Tennessee and Saturday's game at Austin Peay have both been rained out and will not be made up. The Rockets are in Nashville for the Mule Mix Classic, with games originally scheduled against Lipscomb, Middle Tennessee, Austin Peay, and Belmont. Schedule updates for Sunday will be available here at utrockets.com and on Twitter at @ToledoBaseball.
Nashville, Tenn. After two straight rainouts, the University of Toledo baseball team announced it will play a doubleheader on Sunday at Belmont, starting at Noon (ET).Originally scheduled as a single game starting at 2:00 p.m. ET, the Rockets and Bruins will play two games to wrap up their weekend. The first game will be a full, nine-inning contest and it will be followed by a seven-inning game.UT lost to Lipscomb on Thursday, 12-6, then had games against Middle Tennessee and Austin Peay canceled due to rain. The Rockets are 2-2 on the season.
(February 23, 2019)--A seven-run fourth inning propelled the Mount St. Mary's baseball team to an 8-6 win over Lehigh on Saturday in the season opener played at Calvert Hall High School. Nicholson then came around to score when Lehigh shortstop Matt Hand had a throwing error on a Vaughn Parker II groundout. That chased Lehigh starter Levi Stoudt, and Alex Kriss greeted reliever Ethan Frohman with a single to right to put the Mount ahead by two runs. Parker then walked to force home the next run, and Causa closed out the scoring with his second hit in the inning, a two-run single to left.
The Minnesota Twins split up into two squads Saturday afternoon to begin their exhibition play in spring training. Tomas Telis, signed to a minor-league deal by the Twins this spring, knocked in a run on a fielders choice in the second inning. Outfielder Jake Cave and prospect Nick Gordon tallied two hits apiece in Minnesotas loss. The other half of the split squad will play Tampa Bay on Saturday evening in Fort Myers.