Category Archives: Atlantic 10

ACC Recap 3/26

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Miami (FL) 7 Bethune-Cookman 6

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Freshman catcher Yasmani Grandal drove in the game-winning run after junior Dave DiNatale hit a two-run game-tying single in the bottom of the eighth as No. 2 Miami rallied to defeat Bethune-Cookman, 7-6, Wednesday night at Mark Light Field. Junior right-hander Carlos Gutierrez tossed the final inning to record his fifth save for the Hurricanes, who improved to 19-2 on the season. Continue reading ACC Recap 3/26

Northeastern, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Coastal, and Temple pick up wins

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Northeastern 8 URI 6

Junior Frank Pesanello hit what was the eventual game-winning, pinch-hit, three-run homer in the top of the eighth inning to guide the Northeastern University baseball team to an 8-6 victory over the Rhode Island Rams at Bill Beck Field in Kingston, Rhode Island on Tuesday evening.

Pesanello’s homer was his sixth of the season, putting him second on the team behind captain Mike Lyon, who has eight on the season. Lyon, who has been anchoring the Husky attack all season, led the team with three hits, including two doubles, an RBI and a run scored. Continue reading Northeastern, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Coastal, and Temple pick up wins

CoC, Mason, Temple, The Citadel, Coastal, ODU, and UNC-Wilmington pick up wins

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College of Charleston 8 Davidson 6

Michael Kohn broke a ninth inning tie with an RBI double and Brandon Sizemore homered and collected four hits lifting the College of Charleston to an 8-6 win at Davidson and a sweep of its three-game Southern Conference baseball series at Wilson Field on Sunday. Continue reading CoC, Mason, Temple, The Citadel, Coastal, ODU, and UNC-Wilmington pick up wins

Temple, Liberty, San Diego, Brown, UConn, and Coastal pick up wins

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Temple 9 Rhode Island 6

KINGSTON, RI (3/22/08) – Temple scored seven runs in the fourth inning and won for the fourth straight game with a 9-6 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday at Bill Beck Field. Junior Kyle Obal (Derwood, MD / Sherwood) had four hits and two RBI, while freshman Byron McKoy (Charlotte, NC / Independence) was a triple away from the cycle and had three hits. Junior Matt Mongiardini (Toms River, NJ / Toms River East) improved to 4-0 with six innings on the mound and senior Arshwin Asjes (Willemstad, Curacao / Cheverus-ME) pitched a scoreless ninth for his third save. Continue reading Temple, Liberty, San Diego, Brown, UConn, and Coastal pick up wins

OU, Nevada, Davidson, Temple, and JMU pick up wins

Oklahoma 6 USF 1

TAMPA, Fla. — Sophomore Chase Anderson struck out six batters and junior Trey Sperring had three RBIs in Oklahoma’s 6-1 victory on Tuesday over South Florida at Red McEwen field. The win improved the Sooners’ overall record to 16-5 while the Bulls fell to 10-7.

In his fourth start of the year, Anderson delivered his best outing as a Sooner, striking out a season-high six batters. Anderson (2-1), who struggled in his last start allowing four runs in 1 1/3 innings against Washington State, limited the Bulls’ offense on Tuesday to one run off five hits and two walks. Continue reading OU, Nevada, Davidson, Temple, and JMU pick up wins

Temple’s Orzechowski & Penn’s Roth win Big 5 Baseball Weekly Awards

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PHILADELPHIA (3/18/08) – Temple senior Stan Orzechowski (Philadelphia, PA / Northeast Catholic) and Penn sophomore Todd Roth (Lanoka Harbor, NJ / Lacey Twp.) have been named the Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, in voting conducted by the school’s head coaches and sports information offices. Continue reading Temple’s Orzechowski & Penn’s Roth win Big 5 Baseball Weekly Awards

Around the Nation (College Newspaper edition)

Here is some links from around the nation from some Collegiate Newspapers.

The Daily Pennsylvanian: Spring Break Recap
The Hoya (Georgetown): checks in on Tommy Lee
The Temple News: Getting back near .500
The Lariat (Baylor): No Spring break for Baseball
The Harvard Crimson: Weekend Recap
USF Oracle: Sooners coming to town
Daily Texan: Texas overcomes Milk Truck accident
The Independent Florida Alligator: FSU Preview

Army slides by UMass

FROM ARMY
TAMPA, Fla. – Junior right-hander Tyler Anderegg struck out Mike Donato with the potential go-ahead runs on base to end the game and Army fought back from an early seven-run deficit to stun Massachusetts 12-11, Monday afternoon at the New York Yankees minor league complex.

Leading 2-1 entering the third inning, Massachusetts reached Army starter Cole White for six runs on just two hits, benefiting from four walks, a hit batsman and a fielding error. Brian Baudinet slapped a two-run single and White suffered an uncharacteristic wild streak as the senior right-hander forced in three Minuteman runs with bases-loaded walks. Continue reading Army slides by UMass

Bama, Portland, USF, JMU, Louisville, TCU pick up wins

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Alabama 9 Samford 5

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – University of Alabama senior first baseman Matt Bentley slammed two home runs, including a solo blast in the fifth inning that gave the Crimson Tide the lead for good, in a 9-5 win over the Samford Bulldogs Wednesday night at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

Bentley went 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in leading the Crimson Tide to its sixth straight win. Bentley gave the Tide the lead for good with a two-out, solo home run in the bottom of the fifth inning off losing pitcher Michael Jarry. Bentley slammed a two-run home run with two outs in the third inning to give Alabama a 4-3 lead. Continue reading Bama, Portland, USF, JMU, Louisville, TCU pick up wins

Temple, Rider, and JMU pick up wins

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James Madison 10 Va Tech 3

BLACKSBURG, Va., March 11, 2008 – James Madison University led from start to finish and put five runs on the board in the ninth inning to pull away from Virginia Tech for a 10-3 non-conference baseball win Tuesday afternoon at English Field.

JMU improved to 9-3 overall and won its fifth in a row for the first time since late in the 2006 season. It is the first five-game winning streak of entirely road games since 1995. VT dropped to 7-7 for the season. The Dukes won their third straight game at English Field with the last loss in 1998. They improved to 30-20 all-time against the Hokies, including five wins in a row and a 12-3 mark since that loss in 1998. Continue reading Temple, Rider, and JMU pick up wins