Here is the Big East Recap for May 9th.
Game 1: West Virginia 15 Cincinnati 9
Game 2: West Virginia 9 Cincinnati 2
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Senior Joe Agreste and freshman left-hander Jonathan Jones had stellar performances to lead the West Virginia University baseball team to a doubleheader sweep over Cincinnati on Saturday at Hawley Field.
Agreste’s four-RBI effort led the Mountaineers (33-14, 15-8) to a 15-9 victory in a back-and-forth battle in game one, and Jones (6-1) held a powerful Cincinnati offense to just one run on seven hits while striking out seven in 7.1 innings pitched in WVU’s 9-2 win in game two. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for May 3rd.
South Florida 8 Cincinnati 5
TAMPA – The University of South Florida Bulls finished their final home BIG EAST game the way they started the season, with a win. The Bulls completed the series with a 8-5 victory over the Cincinnati Bearcats which improved their home BIG EAST record to 11-1. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for May 2nd.
Cincinnati 4 South Florida 2
TAMPA, Fla. – Senior Michael Hill (Proctorville, Ohio/Fairland) pitched eight innings and struck out eight men leading the University of Cincinnati baseball team to a 4-2 win over USF Saturday night at Red McEwen Field. The UC win handed USF its first home loss in conference play. Senior Jake Geglein (Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas) entered the game in the ninth inning and retired the side in order earning his seventh save of the season. The save also gave Geglein nine career saves in BIG EAST-only action, which is tied for 10th in BIG EAST history. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for April 26th.
Seton Hall 6 Georgetown 5
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – The Seton Hall baseball team earned their first sweep of the 2009 season by defeating Georgetown, 6-5, Sunday afternoon at Owen T. Carroll Field. With the win, the Pirates won their fourth straight game and improved both their conference and overall record to .500. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for April 25th.
Seton Hall 6 Georgetown 0
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Senior Keith Cantwell (Tinton Falls, N.J.) (5-2) earned his team-leading third complete game and tied the team lead with his second complete game shutout after striking out six batters and allowing no walks and seven hits to defeat Georgetown, 6-0, Saturday afternoon at Owen T. Carroll Field. With the win, the Pirates picked up their third straight win improving their record to 18-19 overall and 8-9 in the BIG EAST. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for April 24th.
Seton Hall 2 Georgetown 0
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Junior starter Sean Black (Mt. Laurel, N.J.) (4-4) struck out six batters across eight scoreless innings, while senior Chris Affinito (East Brunswick, N.J.) delivered a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the seventh as the Pirates defeated Georgetown, 2-0, Friday evening at Owen T. Carroll Field. With the win, the Pirates (17-19, 7-9) have won two-in-a-row, and snapped their five-game BIG EAST losing streak. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for April 22nd.
#24 East Carolina 4 #1 UNC 0
GREENVILLE, N.C. – Freshman Kevin Brandt fanned a career-high 10 batters and extended his current scoreless streak to 20 2/3 innings as No. 24 East Carolina (30-12) picked up a 4-0 win over No. 1 North Carolina (32-11) Wednesday night at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium. Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for April 19th.
Cincinnati 9 St. John’s 4
QUEENS, N.Y. – The University of Cincinnati baseball team used seven runs in the first four innings to knock off St. John’s, 9-4, in the series finale Sunday at Jack Kaiser Stadium. UC evens its record at 18-18 (7-8 BIG EAST) while the Red Storm fall to 20-14 (9-6). Continue reading
Here is your Big East Recap for April 18th.
St. John’s 16 Cincinnati 8
QUEENS, N.Y. – Sophomore Joe Panik had five RBI and two of St. John’s five home runs in a 16-8 victory against Cincinnati. Greg Hopkins, Joe Witkowski and Tim Morris each added home runs and every Red Storm starter had at least one hit. Hopkins had three RBI, while Morris and Witkowski added two apiece to lead St. John’s (20-13, 9-5). Bruce Kern (3-2) earned the win, tallying 10 strikeouts in 6.0 innings of work. T.J. Jones, Mike Spina and Jimmy Jacquot each homered for Cincinnati (17-18, 6-8). Continue reading
(Courtesy of Cincinnati Media Relations)
Here is your Big East Recap for April 17th.
Cincinnati 11 St. John’s 8
JAMAICA, N.Y. – Senior Jake Geglein (Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas) recorded a six-out save to become the University of Cincinnati’s all-time saves leader as the Bearcats downed St. John’s 11-8 Friday evening at Jack Kaiser Stadium. Geglein struck out four batters and scattered just two hits to earn his 16th career save, surpassing Curtis Moak, who recorded 15 career saves from 1998-01. Continue reading