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  • Virginia Wesleyan University softball team represented in a big way placing a record eight players to the All-Conference Teams in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

    Posted 2018-05-14 20:36:03 by: Exec Exec

    Virginia Wesleyan University softball team represented in a big way placing a record eight players to the All-Conference Teams in the Old Dominion Athletic ...

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  • Baseball moves on to CAC championship series with win over York

    Posted 2018-05-08 16:16:20 by: Exec Exec

      (Dean Left, Whitlock Right, Salisbury) SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University baseball team made quick work of York College of Pennsylvania on Saturday in the final game of the opening weekend of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament, 11-3, advancing to the CAC championship series next weekend. The top-seeded Sea Gulls (31-10) wasted no time getting on the board, scoring three times in the bottom of the first inning off York starter Bobby Keuhn. Following a leadoff walk by , run-scoring hits from , , and brought home the three runs. Ardoin and Padeway each had doubles. The fourth run came home on a squeeze bunt by , scoring for the 4-0 lead in the third inning. While the Salisbury offense was putting together another strong performance, the Salisbury pitching staff continued rolling, as starter  held the Spartans off the scoreboard until the seventh inning improving to 5-0 with the win. Whitlock came up with the third complete game of the weekend for the Salisbury pitching staff, giving up 10 hits in his nine innings, striking out a pair. The Spartans' three runs in the seventh inning snapped a 24-inning scoreless streak for the Salisbury pitching staff which recorded a pair of shutouts on Friday. Ardoin put another run up for the Sea Gulls in the fifth inning, with a solo home run with one out in the inning, his third of the season. The Sea Gulls added to their advantage in the closing innings, scoring three in the sixth including a two-run home run by Meekins – the team's fifth home run of the weekend – and adding two runs in the seventh and one more in the eighth. Salisbury brought home runs in six of its eight offensive innings in the game. Ardoin led the way for the Sea Gulls with a 3-for-4 effort, scoring three times and driving in a pair. , who came in midway through the game, Padeway, and each had a pair of hits. By virtue of the top seed in the field, the Sea Gulls will host the CAC championship ...

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  • Hawks earn sweep, trip to MEAC Championships

    Posted 2018-05-08 15:57:01 by: Exec Exec

      (Tunnel, UMES) DOVER, Delaware -Maryland Eastern Shore baseball found the resolve and strength they needed to punch their ticket to the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Baseball Championship. Searching for two victories, the Hawks made their dream a reality with an 8-3 opening win, followed by a 5-1 clincher in game two over Delaware State at Soldier Field.   The Shore (12-37, 8-16 MEAC) will represent the MEAC's Northern Division as the number three seed in Daytona Beach, Florida later this month. "I'm extremely proud of my players this weekend for their efforts." Hawks coach said. "With our backs against the wall, we executed a perfect gameplan-great pitching, solid defense and timely hitting. They played great and they have earned this trip to Florida."     Several players were key to the Hawks' victories on Saturday (May 5). Senior (Chesterfield, Virginia) had a three hit opener with two RBI's, and sophomore (Piscataway, New Jersey) registered three RBI's in the first game before throwing six innings of one run ball in the nightcap. Senior (Appleton, Wisconsin) also added three hits in game one, scoring four runs during the doubleheader. Marshall's performance on the mound was matched by senior (Douglas, Massachusetts) in the opener. Bertone went 6 2/3 innings with only one earned run. Fellow senior (Rising Sun, Maryland) finished off all three games of the series, garnering a save in the first contest Saturday. The Shore broke out early in the first game. Marshall doubled in the second and Trower nailed a double in the third to give the Hawks a 3-0 lead. They would add two more in the sixth and three more in the ninth to lead wire-to-wire and force the winner take all finale. In the nightcap, Delaware State struck first with a run in the third. Friis scored off an error in the fourth to tie the score. The sixth inning was when the Hawks cemented their trip to Daytona, as senior (Bowie, Maryland) scored ...

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  • Seven Sea Gulls named to All-CAC teams, Knight named co-Coach of the Year

    Posted 2018-05-08 15:47:00 by: Exec Exec

      (Mumford, Salisbury) FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – The Capital Athletic Conference announced its 2018 softball all-conference teams and Salisbury University picked up seven All-CAC picks along with Head Coach being named the league's Co-Coach of the Year. Knight was named the co-Coach of the Year along side Chistopher Newport University's Keith Parr. The honor marks Knight's CAC-best 15th award. She has led the Sea Gulls to a 28-13 record in the regular season, including an 11-3 mark in league play. Salisbury advanced through the opening weekend of the CAC tournament and took the championship series at No. 8 Christopher Newport to a deciding third game. The Sea Gulls were selected on Monday as an at-large team in the NCAA tournament, making the program's 22nd tournament appearance. Of the seven All-CAC picks, three were on the first team in seniors and , joined by freshman  (Indian River) . The four second team picks are senior , junior , and sophomores and . Senior classmates Collins and Pietanza are repeat picks for the All-CAC first team, as two of the top offensive players in the CAC. The pair is tied for third in the CAC with 61 hits apiece this season, with Collins third in the league with a .449 batting average and Pietanza fifth, batting .442. The two players are among the best in the league in slugging percentage with Pietanza fourth with a .739 slugging percentage and Collins fifth at .699. Pietanza ranks second in the CAC in doubles, with 20, while Collins leads the league and ranks second in the nation with eight triples. Mumford, a freshman, earned her first All-CAC honor and is one of just three players in their first year of collegiate softball to receive the league accolade. This season, Mumford has played in all 41 games while batting .409 with seven doubles and 19 runs batted in. Yanarella picked up her first All-CAC nod, having hit .373 with 12 doubles, 30 runs driven in and 19 runs scored while being a defensive ...

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  • Softball Hangs on for Sweep of Ravens

    Posted 2018-04-24 14:30:28 by: Exec Exec

      (Sieminski Right, Fallers Right, Neumann) ASTON, Pa. – The Neumann University softball team opened the week by taking two Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) contests from Rosemont College on Monday afternoon. The Knights won by scores of 12-0 and 7-4. In the first game,  (Caravel) pitched a two-hit shutout in the 12-0, five inning win. In her 5.0 innings, she allowed the two hits, one walk and struck out seven.  (Padua) went 3-for-4 and knocked in four runs. went 2-for-2, knocked in three runs and scored two. The Knights opened the scoring in the first inning as  singled and scored on a double by Fallers. In the second inning, Fallers knocked in another two runs as the Knights plated four. After scoring another run in the third inning for a 6-0 lead, Neumann doubled its score with six runs in the fourth inning. Sirolli hit a bases-clearing double in the inning. In game two, the Ravens jumped out to a 3-0 lead after three innings. The Knights started their comeback in the fourth inning.  opened the inning with a double, followed by a single by .  doubled to score Korte'.  walked to load the bases. hit a bases-clearing double and then scored on a double by Fallers for a five-run inning. The Knights added two unearned runs in the fifth for a 7-3 lead. The Ravens scored an unearned run in the top of the seventh and left the bases loaded as Neumann held on for the 7-4 win.  picked up the win, going 4.0 innings. She allowed three runs on three hits. Sirolli got the save, going three innings and allowing one unearned run on two hits. Neumann (19-12, 15-2 CSAC) is slated to host Widener on Wednesday in the final non-conference doubleheader of the regular season. First pitch is slated for 3:00 ...

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  • Jen Sieminski named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Honor Roll

    Posted 2018-04-24 14:21:31 by: Exec Exec

    (Sieminski, Neumann)  (Caravel) of the softball team, was named to the honor roll. She was excellent on the mound for Neumann as the team went 3-1 in CSAC play and 3-3 overall. The sophomore pitcher had a record of 2-1 on the week including a 2-0 record in CSAC wins over Keystone and Clarks Summit. For the week, she threw 16.0 innings and conceded just two earned runs, striking out 14 batters in the ...

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  • Men's Lacrosse Wins Third Straight on Senior Day

    Posted 2018-04-24 14:10:20 by: Exec Exec

      (Newswanger, Left, Gibson Right, Neumann) ASTON, Pa. – The Neumann University men's lacrosse team kept its winning ways going on Saturday afternoon on Senior Day, picking up a pivotal 15-6 victory over Rosemont College in Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) action. led the Neumann attack with six points (4 g, 2 a), while added five points (2 g, 3 a). (3 g) and (2 g) each recorded multi-goal games, while  (St Elizabeths) added a goal and an assist to go along with his team-high 8 ground-balls and 14 faceoff wins.  (Caesar Rodney) and split time in goal, combining for nine saves in the victory. Coming off of two consecutive wins, the Knights were eager to make it three straight on Senior Day. Neumann reeled off four unanswered goals to open the game, capped off by a goal from senior defender to make it 4-0 just 2:45 into the game. Rosemont got a goal back midway through the frame, but an goal at 5:38 gave the Knights a 5-1 lead heading to the second quarter. An Augustine tally early in the second stanza made it 6-1 Knights, but the Ravens used Neumann penalties to their advantage midway through the quarter to get back into the game. Rosemont scored two man-up markers, then followed them up with an even-strength goal late in the half to send the game to halftime with the score at 6-4. Neumann would get back on track early in the third quarter though. After splitting a pair of goals early in the period, the Knights scored four of the game's next five goals to take a commanding 11-6 lead into the final frame. The quarter was punctuated by an Augustine goal with under a second left on the clock off an excellent feed from Blake. As the game moved to the fourth quarter, Neumann continued to roll. The Knights shut the Ravens out in the period and tacked on four more tallies to take home the huge 15-6 win. Shots for the game finished 42-22 in favor of the Knights. Neumann (4-10, 3-3 CSAC) now controls its own destiny for a ...

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  • Sterling of @WidenerSoftball Named MAC Commonwealth Player of the Week

    Posted 2018-04-24 03:37:37 by: Exec Exec

      (Sterling, Widener) ANNVILLE, Pa. –  (St Georges) of the Widener University softball team has been named the MAC Commonwealth Player of the Week for the week ending April 22, 2018. It is the first time this season she has received the honor.   Sterling had a huge performance for the Pride in a 3-1 week, hitting .625 (10-for-16) while slugging 1.188. She finished the week with 12 RBI, seven runs scored, two doubles, two triples, and a home run. In a doubleheader split with LVC, Sterling went 6-for-9 with two doubles, two triples, four RBI, and four runs scored. In a doubleheader sweep of Lycoming, the senior went 4-for-7 with a home run, eight RBI, and three runs ...

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  • Capra‚Äôs Go-Ahead RBI Single In The Ninth Leads Wagner To 6-5 Win, Weekend Sweep Over Villanova

    Posted 2018-04-24 03:33:52 by: Exec Exec

         (Robino, Wagner) Plymouth Meeting, PA – The Wagner baseball team closed out its three-game weekend series at Big East member, Villanova, with a 6-5 win in the series finale on Sunday afternoon.   With the win, the Seahawks improve to 26-12 overall while the Wildcats fall to 6-26 on the season. The Green & White swept the season series from Nova, 4-0, as Wagner took these three meetings, outscoring Villanova, 21-14, in addition to an 8-4 victory back on March 18.   Junior 3B and catcher each had three hits in this afternoon's contest with Capra driving in three RBIs to run his team-leading total to 49. The 49 RBIs for Capra are the third-highest single-season total, surpassing the 48 that Vin Avella, and Wagner College Hall of Fame Class of 2017 inductee, Gil Barkman, put up in 2009 and 1999, respectively. Next on the list is another Wagner Hall of Fame member, Class of 2016 inductee, Mike Cerminaro, at 56.   Freshman right-hander, struck out five while allowing just two walks and two runs over five hits in 4.2 innings in taking the no-decision. Sophomore righty, (6-2) (Salesianum), earned his sixth win of the season after not allowing a single hit or run in his 2.2 innings of relief while walking one and striking out three.   The Seahawks sent nine men p to the plate in the top of the fourth, which translated into the visitors capitalizing for four runs in the frame in taking the early lead. Junior CF led off the frame with a triple to left field. Classmate drove him in for the first run of the contest on a double to right field.  Pecora gave the Green & White runners on the corners after a successful bunt single down the third base line. A walk to senior 2B loaded the bases for the Seahawks as they took advantage on the next batter. Senior SS flew out to right field, scoring Johnson from third and advancing both Mascelli and Pecora a base. The North Salem, NY native Capra then ...

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  • ECU Clinches Series With 3-2 Walkoff Win Over USF

    Posted 2018-04-24 03:24:48 by: Exec Exec

           (Ziemba, ECU)   GREENVILLE, N.C.  – ECU handed league leader USF its first American Athletic Conference series loss of the campaign Sunday, downing the Bulls 3-2 in walkoff fashion inside the ECU Softball Stadium. The Pirates have won six of their last seven AAC games and two-straight conference series.   Team Records ECU: 21-26 (7-8 AAC) USF: 32-18 (10-5 AAC)   How it Happened ECU put up the best chance to score the game's first runs in the bottom of the second, loading the bases with one out when redshirt sophomore was hit by a pitch, junior singled to center and senior reached on a fielding error at third. However, a force out at home and a strikeout stranded the bases full of Pirates.   The Bulls grabbed the lead in the top of the fourth when Astin Donovan hit a leadoff triple down the right field line and scored on a Lindsey Devitt single up the middle. Samantha Worrell added a two-out RBI double to leave USF with a 2-0 advantage through four complete innings.   The Pirates threatened again in the bottom of the fifth when sophomore put the pressure on the defense and laid down a bunt that the third baseman couldn't throw accurately to first base. After a bunt pop up, freshman unloaded on an 0-1 offering and lifted a two-run home run over the right field fence to tie the game.   Freshman worked through the USF lineup in the sixth and seventh innings, stranding three runners in all to give ECU a chance to win it in the home half of the seventh. Sophomore  (Hodgson) singled to center to lead things off and advanced to second base on a fielding error in the outfield. Narron then reached base safely again when the Bulls' defense couldn't handle a bunt attempt cleanly. With runners at the corners and no outs, freshman worked a beautiful at bat and eventually hit a slow roller to the shortstop who could not throw home in time as Ziemba slid home for the walkoff victory.   ...

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