Category Archives: Patriot League

ACC Recap 3/26

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

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

Gotham Baseball Weekend Recap

Gotham Baseball has put out their Players of the Week and Weekend Recap. They have given the Beast of the Week to Jack Murphy of Princeton for going 16-30 with nine RBI for last week. The College of New Jersey pitcher Mike Oliver was named the pitcher of the week after striking out an amassing 16 batters in a seven inning game. Clint Moore of Army was named the freshman of the week for going 9-21 with 2 homers and 10 RBI last week. Continue reading Gotham Baseball Weekend Recap

UConn picks up win over Holy Cross

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES
WORCESTER, Mass. (March 25, 2008) — Freshman Elliot Glynn’s (Los Alamitos, Calif.) grand slam in the fourth inning helped lead the University of Connecticut baseball team past Holy Cross 10-3 on Tuesday afternoon in non-conference action at Fitton Field in Worcester, Mass.

The Huskies even their mark at 10-10 overall this season as Holy Cross falls to 4-12 on the year. Continue reading UConn picks up win over Holy Cross

CBB Visit: Quinnipiac at Holy Cross

The Quinnipiac Bobcats heading north to take on the Holy Cross Crusaders in a single game on Saturday. The Bobcats were able to pick up a 7-3 victory at Fitton Field behind strong pitching from Andy Mayer and Chris Gloor. John Delaney led them at the plate by going 3-5 with a long home run that ended up on Route 290 which is the first time in many years that a ball have reached that area. Mayer was able to work through six innings allowing only three hits and one run. Continue reading CBB Visit: Quinnipiac at Holy Cross

Upcoming CBB Visit: Quinnipiac at Holy Cross

The CBB will be at the Quinnipiac-Holy Cross game on Saturday between the two New England schools. Quinnipiac enters with a 2-8 overall record while Holy Cross is 4-10 on the year. Quinnipiac’s last game was Sunday when they finished a three game set with the Spartans where the Bobcats won the first game but lost the final two. Pete Kummerfeldt is the leading hitter for QU with a .385 average and three homers and 11 RBI on the year. Continue reading Upcoming CBB Visit: Quinnipiac at Holy Cross

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

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

Washington completes sweep of Holy Cross

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES
SEATTLE – The Washington baseball team held Holy Cross scoreless over both ends of a doubleheader Sunday, winning 14-0 and 8-0 to sweep a four-game series at Husky Ballpark.

In the opener, starter Jorden Merry (2-0) combined with two relievers on a three-hit shutout. Merry went six innings, allowing the three hits while striking out six. Josh Scofield threw two innings and Jacob Clem pitched the ninth. Continue reading Washington completes sweep of Holy Cross

Lafayette and Harvard split Doubleheader

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

Bradenton, Fla. – Harvard and Lafayette split a Sunday doubleheader in games played at Manatee Community College. The Crimson, backed by a strong pitching performance, took game one by a score of 4-1 before the Leopards jumped out to a big lead in a 13-2 victory in the second game.

In the first game, Lafayette (6-4) jumped on top with a single run in the bottom of the second. Tom Ambrosole singled to left with one out and scored on a triple down the left field line by Justin Shepard when Harvard’s (1-6) relay throw to home hit Ambrosole in the back 25 feet from home plate. Continue reading Lafayette and Harvard split Doubleheader

Holy Cross 7 St. Joes 6

FROM PRESS RELEASE
WINTER PARK, Fla. – A single to left field by junior Jake Gorman (Norfolk, Mass.) drove in the winning run as the Holy Cross baseball team beat St. Joseph’s, 7-6, in extra innings, concluding it’s competition in the Rollins Baseball Week Tournament. The Crusaders improve to 4-5 on the season while the Hawks drop to 2-10. Continue reading Holy Cross 7 St. Joes 6