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Ivy League Players of the Week

CO-PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Cornell’s Nate David (Atlanta, Ga.) hit .533 on the week to lead the Big Red to a 3-3 mark and a share of the Gehrig Division crown. The centerfielder posted at least one hit in five of the six games, including a 3-for-3 performance in game two of the doubleheader against Princeton on Friday. He then went 2-for-3 in game one on Sunday for his second multi-hit game of the week. He opened up the week with a grand slam in his only at-bat at Siena on Tuesday, then went 1-for-3 in the nightcap against the Saints. Continue reading

Ivy League Players of the Week

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Dartmouth’s Mike Pagliarulo (Winchester, Mass.) found his power stroke this week, blasting four home runs in the five games he started while driving in a team-high 11 runs. He cranked his first homer, a solo shot, against Vermont before sending three out of the park in the final three games at Yale. His three-run shot in the first game Sunday gave Dartmouth a quick 3-0 lead in the first, then he capped the series finale with a grand slam in the ninth. Continue reading

Ivy League Players of the Week

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PLAYER AND ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Freshman Joe Sclafani (Palm City, Fla.) continued his torrid hitting this week, hitting .522 with four multi-hit games, two doubles, three triples, seven runs and eight RBIs in Dartmouth’s five games. The reigning Rookie of the Week began the week with a four-hit game, tying the school record with two triples in the game, and driving in four runs. The shortstop’s four hits and nine total bases in the contest are the most for a BIg Green player this season. Continue reading

Ivy League Players of the Week

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Senior Robert Papenhause (Hillsborough, Calif.) enjoyed a terrific week while leading the Bears to a 5-1-1 record. After hitting a solid 5-for-10 in three non-league games early in the week, Papenhause really got going in league play over the weekend, recording seven hits in 11 at bats for a stellar .636 average. In the four games against Penn and Columbia, Papenhause also scored five runs, drove in 11, and had four home runs. His offense helped spark the Bears, who averaged 12 runs per game while running their league record to 7-1, currently second in the Ivy League. Continue reading

Ivy League Players of the Week

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Senior Nick Santomauro (North Caldwell, N.J.) led Dartmouth to victories in five of six games last week, including the first four Ivy games of the season, by hitting .560 for the week with three doubles, three homers and eight RBIs for a slugging percentage of 1.040. He began the week with a clutch two-run double in the ninth to tie San Jose State as the Big Green went on to a 7-4 win, their first of the year. This weekend, the outfielder crushed Ivy pitching to the tune of a .688 average (11-for-16) with home runs in each of the last three games as Dartmouth swept doubleheaders on the road at Penn and Columbia. Continue reading

Ivy Baseball Weekly Awards

Jeremy Maas
Jeremy Maas

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Penn’s Jeremy Maas (Alpharetta, Ga.) perfected his swing in Florida and went on an absolutely torrid pace to lead the Quakers during the Spring trip, hitting .516 for the week – ending the trip with a .524 for average on the season. This week, the sophomore had multi-hit games in all but one contest, with three hits in three of the seven games played. He has at least one hit in all ten of the team’s games this season. Six of his 16 hits were doubles, and nine total went for extra bases. In Sunday’s game against Georgetown, Maas hit a three-run home run in the second inning to blow open a 2-0 game and pace Penn to a 5-0 lead that turned into a 9-5 win. For the season, Maas has a slugging pct. of .881 and an on-base pct. of .523 for an OPS of 1.404.
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Ivy League Players of the Week and Honor Roll (March 10th)

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Princeton’s Brian Berkowitz (Marietta, Ga.) enjoyed a nice series against William & Mary over the weekend, pacing the Tigers from the plate. The junior outfielder was a menace at the plate, and finished six-for-13 (.462). Two the six hits were home runs, including a grand slam in the third game of the weekend. Berkowitz finished the weekend with seven runs batted in and also scored five runs. Continue reading