Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 26th. This weekend was the final weekend of Patriot League action as Bucknell clinched the number 1 seed for the Patriot League tournament while Army is the number 2 seed. Holy Cross is the third seed while Lafayette rounds out the field as the number 4 seed. The opening round of play begins on May 9th when Bucknell hosts Lafayette while Holy Cross heads to Army.
Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 25th
Game 1: Army 12 Lafayette 2
Game 2: Lafayette 14 Army 8
EASTON, Pa. – J.T. Watkins, Joey Henshaw and Kyle Fleming homered and Matt Fouch fired six shutout innings as the Black Knights clinched their fifth Patriot League Tournament berth in six years with a 12-2 defeat of Lafayette in the first game of the teams’ doubleheader, Saturday afternoon at Kamine Stadium.
Lafayette fought back from an early 4-0 deficit to register a 14-8 victory in the nightcap. Despite the loss, Army remains in the hunt for at least a share of a second consecutive regular season Patriot League title. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 12th.
Game 1: Bucknell 2 Holy Cross 1
Game 2: Bucknell 15 Holy Cross 3
WORCESTER, Mass. – The start of Bucknell’s four-game baseball series at Holy Cross was delayed one day, but it didn’t seem to bother the Bison, who swept a doubleheader from the Crusaders on Sunday at Fitton Field. Bucknell claimed game one by a 2-1 score behind a complete game four-hitter from Trey Frahler (Northfield, Ill./New Trier). In the nightcap, the Bison pounded out 14 hits and received three runs batted in from both Doug Shribman (Marblehead, Mass./Belmont Hill School) and B.J. LaRosa (Jacksonville, Fla./Episcopal) as they won by a 15-3 margin. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 11th
Lehigh 4 Lafayette 3 (7 innings)
EASTON, Pa. – Lehigh pushed across two runs in the bottom of the seventh to erase a 3-2 Lafayette lead and hold on for a 4-3 win in Patriot League baseball action on Saturday at Kamine Stadium. The teams were scheduled to play a doubleheader, but played just one seven-inning game, as the start of the first contest was delayed until 2:35 p.m. because of rain. Continue reading
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
Patriot League Player of the Week (March 30-April 5)
Matt Perry, Holy Cross Jr., 3B, Sudbury, Mass.
Perry had an impressive week to lead Holy Cross to a 4-2 overall record and keep the Crusaders on top of the Patriot League standings with a split of a weekend series at Army. Perry was 12-for-24 (.500) with four home runs, 10 RBI and eight runs scored in Holy Cross’ contests. He also notched three doubles and four walks to finish with an on-base percentage of .571 for the week. Perry had an outstanding doubleheader as the Crusaders swept the Black Knights on Saturday. He was 3-for-4 with two home runs and four RBI in an 11-2 win in game one, and went 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and two runs in game two. Perry also played a big role in two one-run wins in non-League play, hitting a home run in a 6-5 victory over Massachusetts on Tuesday and going 3-for-5 with three RBI and three runs scored in a 12-11 triumph at Harvard on Wednesday. He notched the game-winning single in the ninth inning against the Crimson. Perry leads the Patriot League with six home runs and a .688 slugging percentage this year. Perry receives his first Player of the Week award. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 5th
Game 1: Army 8 Holy Cross 1
Game 2: Army 5 Holy Cross 2
WEST POINT, N.Y. – Ben Koenigsfeld allowed one run in the first inning, then fired six scoreless frames for a complete-game victory in the opener and Clint Moore tripled, doubled, scored two runs and drove in two runs in the nightcap, leading Army to a doubleheader sweep of Holy Cross in Patriot League action, Sunday afternoon at Doubleday Field. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for April 4th.
Game 1: Holy Cross 11 Army 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Holy Cross 10 Army 4
WEST POINT, N.Y. – Junior third baseman Matt Perry (Sudbury, Mass.) went five for eight with three home runs and six runs batted in, to lead the Holy Cross baseball team to a sweep of Army in a doubleheader at Doubleday Field. The Crusaders won the first game 11-2, then posted a 10-4 victory in the nightcap. Holy Cross improves to 12-14 overall and 4-0 in the Patriot League with the wins, and has now won seven straight games. Army falls to 10-13 on the season and 1-5 in the conference. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for March 29th.
Game 1: Army 9 Bucknell 2
Game 2: Bucknell 7 Army 5
LEWISBURG, Pa. – Ben Koenigsfeld carried a one-hit shutout into the seventh inning of the first game and Army’s furious late-game rally fell just shy in a darkness-shortened nightcap as Army and Bucknell split a Patriot League doubleheader, Sunday afternoon at soggy Depew Field. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for March 28th.
Game 1: Bucknell 2 Army 1
Game 2: Bucknell 18 Army 2
LEWISBURG, Pa. – Bucknell smashed five home runs and received a pair of strong pitching performances as it swept a baseball doubleheader from Army Saturday at Depew Field. The Bison won game one 2-1 behind a complete game five-hitter from Trey Frahler (Northfield, Ill./New Trier) and a two-run home run by Andrew Loucks (Mississauga, Ontario/Appleby College). In game two, Ben Yoder (Belleville, Pa./Indian Valley) hit two home runs and Chris Yamaguchi (Lincroft, N.J./Middletown South) limited the Black Knights to two runs on eight hits in eight innings to improve to 4-0 this season as Bucknell triumphed 18-2. Continue reading
Here is your Patriot League Recap for Feb. 27th
Army 17 USC-Upstate 10
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Kevin McKague went 4-for-6 with two doubles, two runs scored and three runs batted in and Clint Moore keyed an eight-run fifth with a three-run home run as Army raced past South Carolina-Upstate 17-10, Friday afternoon at Harley Park.
The Black Knights (2-2) fell behind early 3-1 before tying the score at 3-3 with two runs in the top of the third inning on an RBI single by McKague and a run-scoring double by Ben Koenigsfeld. Continue reading