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COLLEGE ROUNDUP - 3/31-4/6

COLEGE ROUNDUP - 3/31-4/6


In game 2 of two at home with Georgia State on April 2nd, center fielder Andrea Abbatiello of Furman U.  had 1 hit, scored a run, walked and fanned once each, and left one runner on base. At UNC-Greensboro, she came on to play right field in both the 6-5 win on April 5th, and the 12-10 win on the 6th. The record is now 20-18/7-4.

In an 8-6 loss to Otterbein on April 2nd, Jake Bernard of Wooster had 1 goal,which came unassisted in the 3rd period, plus 1 assist turnover and 2 ove, while teammate John Michael Burghosz  had 1 ground ball, 1 turnover, and caused turnover in the game, while hosting DePauw on the 5th, Bernard assisted on 2 g oaks and had  2 turnovers, and Bogusz had 1 ground ball in the 12-10 win.

In a 10-5 loss at home to Delaware, Darien Bica of Manhatttan’s lacrosse team had 1 ground ball and 1 caused turnover in the game.

In the 2nd half of a twin bill at Manhattan on April 6th, Max Bruckner pitched 1.2 innings of relief, giving up 1 run on 1 hit, but did not figure in the result of the 10-6 win over the Jaspers, with the Iona Gael’s record now 6-14/3-3.

Hosting Plattsburgh on March 31st, Cortland’s softball team swept the double header, 9-1,9-1, with center fielder Jamie Bucci going 2-3, scoring 2 runs, and  haveng one putout, while in Game 2, she scored twice, had 1 r.b.i,  walked once, and left 2 runners on base. In  a double header sweep at Ithaca on April 2nd, she batted 1-3 in the opener, plus having 4 putouts, and then in the 4-2 win over the Bombers in game 2, scored 1 run, walked and fanned once, had 2 putouts, and left 1 runner on base. In another twin bill at Oneonta on the 4th, the Red Dragons split losing the 1st game, 5-4,

and winning the 2nd, 6-2, as Bucci batted 1-3 in the latter contest, scored

a run and walked once. At New Paltz on the 6th, they dropped the opener, 8-6, 

At Tufts on April 1st, Babson dropped both ends of the twin bill. In game 1,

Madison DiNaso played off the bench at first base, and left 1 runner on base in the 3-1 loss, while in the nightcap, a 7-1 setback, she was the second baseman and had 1 single up the left field line in the game. In another double header at Wellesley on the 2nd, they took both ends from M.I.T.,  with Dinaso going 1-3 at bat, having 2 r.b.i.s, fanning twice, and leaving 2 runners on base in the 8-7 win, while  in game two, she batted 1-1, scored 2 runs, walked twice, and committed 1 error in row 9-2 win.

Hosting Coast Guard on the 5th, she played at second base, batted 102, scored a run, had 1 r.b.i, and walked once in the 9-1 victory, while in the 5-0 in the nightcap, she went 1-2 at bat and left 1 runner on base. The record is now 13-10/5-5.

At Ohio Wesleyan on April 5th, Kendra Epstein of Dennison finished 14th in the women’s long jump, at 13-09.50, while her team finished 5th on the day with 67 points.

At home with Hampden-Sidney on April 2nd, Guilford lost a lacrosse squeaker to the visitors, 11-10, with Jake Hymowitz seeing playing time in the game. 

In a 7-0  sweep of Monmouth on April 3rd, Ali Kaminetsky of Lehigh blanked her singles opponent, 6-0,6-0.

In a 7-2 loss to Southeastern at Orlando on April 2nd, Michael Kennelly of Oneonta lost his singles match, 6-1,6-1, and then he and his partner dropped their doubles match, 8-1

In a track meet at Ramapo on April 5th, Sarah King of Vassar finished 2nd of 11 competitors in the women’s 3000 meter steeplechase, with a t imd of 17:37.17, to help her Brewers finish 9th of 20 teams entered, with 34 points. Her time was a school record and qualified King for the ECAC upcoming championships.

In  a 5-1 loss at Ursinus on April 1st, Muhlenberg catcher Connor  McDermott  was 0-3 at bat. In the 2nd of two games at McDaniel on the 4th, he fanned once, made 2 putouts, and left 1 runner on base, with the record now 9-10/2-2.

In a 15-10 win over Cobleskill at home  on April 2nd, Liam McHugh of Mt. St. Vincent had 4 ground balls, while at the Merchant Marine Academy on the 5th, he had ` ground ball and 1 turnover in the 13-5 loss to the Midshipmen,  with the record now 5-4.

At the Ramapo Road Runner meet on April 5th, Sarah Moore won the pole vault event with her vault of 10:00.00, as her Manhattan Jaspers finished 10th of 21 schools entered.

At home with A.I.C. on April 2nd, Bentley outplayed the Yellow Jackets, 17-5, with Ciara Morley seeing playing time in the win, with the record now 4-6/3-3.

At a track meet at Embry-Riddle in Florida on April 4th and 5th, Alyza Ngbokoli of Williams finished 2nd in the women’s 400 hurdles, with a clocking of 1:04.9.

In a 2-1 win over Mt.St. Vincent on April 6th, Jennifer Onwe of Sage College saw action off the bench, with the team’s record now 12-8:3-3.

At home with Bridgewater on April 2nd, Alex Pezzuto and the Johnson & Wales baseball nine lost, 5-3, with the shortstop haven 1 hit, 1 run, plus making 3 putouts, having 3 assists, and leaving 1 runner on base. At home in two with Albertus Magnus on the 5th, in a split double header, he batted 1-3 , had 2 r.b.i.’s, and made 1 putout and had 3 assists. In the nightcap, a 2-1 loss, had had 3 assists. With Lasell in another home twin bill, had scored 1 run, had 1 putout, and 6 assists in the 2-1 win, while in the 3-2 loss in Game 2, he had 1 r.b.i., 1 putout, and 3 assists, with the record now 18-6/3-2.

 In a home loss to St.Rose on April 2nd, A.I.C. shortstop Eddie Ritch had 1 hit, score 2 runs, walked once, made 2 putouts, and had 5 assists in the 10-8 game. They dropped a twin bill bill to Franklin Pierce on April 5th, 4-3 and 15-8, as Eddie Ritch, the Yellow Jackets’ shortstop walked 2, fanned once, had 2 putouts, 4 assists, and 1 stolen base, while in the 2nd game, he fanned twice, had 1 putout, 3 assists, and made 1 error in the game. Playing Southern New Hampshire on the 6th, the foe took both games. In the opener, they prevailed 8-4, as former teammate Ritch of the visiting Yellow Jakets struck out once, while in the nightcap, a 6-3 win for Southern New Hampshire, Gregg Pezzuto of the hosts walked and fanned one time each,while Ritch had 1 r.b.i., walked twice, and fanned once. S.N.H. now has  a record of 21-7/9-3, while A.I.C.’S is 6-17/1-12.

Hosting Armstrong on April 1st, Belmont Abbey lost to their guests, 7-5, with John Pilla going 0-3 at bat, 1 r.b.i, plus fanning once and leaving 2 runners on base, while at North Greenville on the 4th, in an 8-3 win over North Greenville, he batted 3-5, scored 1 run, had 2 r.b.i.s, and fanned once. With the same team in a double header on the 5th, he scored one run, walked once and fanned twice in the 11-3 win, while in the 8-0 blanking of the Crusaders,  he had 1 hit and left 1 man base, with the record now 16-23.

 In two losses at home with Mt. St. Mary on April 1st, Rita Saad of New Rochelle played at third base in the 24-0 loss. In the 14-0 loss to St. Joseph’s of Brooklyn on the 4th, she  fanned twice, had 1 putout, and committed 1 error.

In an 8-4 loss at Amherst on April 2nd, Sophie Sylla of Wesleyan had 1 turnover in the lacrosse game, while at home with Williams on the 5th, she played in the 13-5 loss, with the record now 5-16/0-6.

At the 2014 quad track meet, hosted by Carnegie-Mellon on April 5th, Victor Yan of the Tartans finished 3rd in the men’s pole vault with his vault of 12-11.50.



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