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Dan Fisher

Assistant Director, NESCAC


100 Venture Way - Box 13
Hadley, MA 01035
P: (413) 587-2078
F: (413) 587-2167
www.nescac.com daniel.fisher@trincoll.edu

BASEBALL Weekly Release #2 - March 29, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recent Results 2010 Standings NESCAC Overall


Monday, March 22 EAST W L T W% RF RA W L T W% RF RA
Wis.-Stevens Point 3 vs. Trinity 1
Wis.-Stevens Point 2 vs. Trinity 11 1 Trinity 3 0 0 1.000 55 21 9 1 0 .900 127 37
Colby 5 vs. Hamilton 6 2 Bates 0 0 0 .000 0 0 8 3 0 .727 107 69
Tufts 7 at Guilford 3 Bowdoin 0 0 0 .000 0 0 13 3 0 .812 125 76
Williams 5 vs. E. Conn. St. 13 Tufts 0 0 0 .000 0 0 8 2 0 .800 94 73
MIT 17 vs. Middlebury 10
Colby 0 3 0 .000 21 55 4 5 0 .444 61 87
Colby 7 vs. Hamilton 6
Tuesday, March 23
Bowdoin 10 vs. Allegheny 9 8 inn WEST W L T W% RF RA W L T W% RF RA
Wis.-Stout 0 vs. Hamilton 2 1 Wesleyan 2 1 0 .667 17 15 13 5 0 .722 172 127
Colby 8 at Kalamazoo 1
Williams 2 1 0 .667 25 11 5 5 0 .500 60 62
Bowdoin 9 vs. Allegheny 11
Tufts 9 at Averett 1 3 Amherst 1 2 0 .333 15 17 7 7 0 .500 115 116
Wis.-Stout 14 vs. Hamilton 0 Middlebury 1 2 0 .333 11 25 3 5 0 .375 53 78
Colby 1 at Kalamazoo 4 5 Hamilton 0 0 0 .000 0 0 5 9 0 .357 68 131
Trinity 11 vs. Plymouth St. 0
Plymouth St. 5 vs. Trinity 9
Tufts 3 at Greensboro 17 Upcoming Games Baseball Player of the Week
Wednesday, March 24 Monday, March 29
North Central 13 vs. Hamilton 6 Elmhurst vs. Williams 1:00 Brice Kelly, Wesleyan
E. Conn. St. 14 vs. Middlebury 3 Gustavus Adolphus vs. Williams 4:30 (Senior, RF - Austin, Texas)
Bates 12 at Husson 9 9 inn Tuesday, March 30 Kelly hit safely in each of the Cardinals’ four
Bowdoin 2 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point 14 Trinity at WPI 3:30 games (3-1) last week, posting a .471 batting
Bates 23 at Husson 7 Castleton at Amherst 3:30 average and a .765 slugging mark along with
Carleton 8 vs. Williams 4 St. Mary’s (Minn.) vs. Williams 4:00/DBL
a 1.000 fielding percentage. He was 8-for-17
Westfield St. 24 at Amherst 5 Wednesday, March 31
Tufts at Mass. Maritime 3:00 at the dish with two runs scored, nine driven
Tufts 8 at Methodist 16 in, three doubles, a triple, and a stolen base
Carleton 2 vs. Williams 6 Middlebury at Southern Vt. 3:00
Me.-Farmington at Bates 3:00 (1-for-1). Kelly had three RBIs in the 8-6 win
Thursday, March 25
Colby 8 vs. Trinity 23 * Hamline vs. Williams 3:00 over Amherst on Saturday.
Plymouth St. 3 vs. Bowdoin 11 E. Conn. St. at Amherst 3:30
Bowdoin 5 vs. Plymouth St. 1 Thursday, April 1 Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Tufts 11 at N.C. Wesleyan 4 Oberlin vs. Williams 2:00
Thomas 10 vs. Williams 6 Friday, April 2 Andrew Janiga, Trinity
Wesleyan 9 at Coast Guard 2 Tufts at Bates 3:00 * (Junior, RHP - Ellington, Conn.)
Thomas 0 vs. Williams 1 Bowdoin at Trinity 3:00 * Janiga went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA in two ap-
Friday, March 26 Hamilton at Amherst 3:30 * pearances last week, allowing just one hit
Bowdoin 3 vs. St. Olaf 2 Middlebury at Wesleyan 4:00 * and four walks while striking 10 batters in
Trinity 18 vs. Colby 1 7 inn * Me.-Presque Isle at Colby 4:00 10.0 IP. In an 11-0 win over Plymouth St. on
Bowdoin 8 vs. St. Olaf 3 Saturday, April 3 Tuesday, Janiga tossed six scoreless innings
Me.-Presque Isle at Colby 11:00 am/DBL
Wesleyan 3 at Amherst 6 * and allowed one hit. He followed with four
Trinity 14 vs. Colby 12 * Tufts at Bates 12:00/DBL *
innings of shutout ball in a win against Union
Williams 7 vs. Middlebury 6 * Middlebury at Wesleyan 12:00/DBL *
Hamilton at Amherst 12:00/DBL *
on Saturday.
Saturday, March 27
St. Olaf 7 vs. Colby 9 Bowdoin at Trinity 12:00/DBL *
Amherst 6 at Wesleyan 8 *
Tufts 6 at Apprentice 4 * - NESCAC
Union 3 vs. Trinity 16
Williams 0 vs. Middlebury 4 *
Tufts 16 vs. Apprentice 12
Amherst 3 at Wesleyan 6 *
Union 3 vs. Trinity 17
Williams 18 vs. Middlebury 1 *
Sunday, March 28
Tufts 10 at Va. Wesleyan 0
SUNY Cobleskill 0 at Hamilton 7
SUNY Cobleskill 4 at Hamilton 6

AMHERST · BATES · BOWDOIN · COLBY · CONNECTICUT COLLEGE · HAMILTON · MIDDLEBURY · TRINITY · TUFTS · WESLEYAN · WILLIAMS
New England Small College Athletic Conference BASEBALL Weekly Release #2 - March 29, 2010

Notes: Amherst junior RHP Max McKenna (Lexington, Mass.) led the Lord Jeffs to a 6-3 win over Wesleyan on Friday, tossing seven
strong innings and holding the Cardinals to .154 at the plate. He gave up four hits and two walks while striking out four batters. The two runs
that McKenna allowed were both unearned...Bates junior DH/1B/P Noah Lynd (Meriden, N.H.) hit two homers in the Bobcats’ 23-7 win at
Husson last week. He finished the two-game series with a .364 average (4-for-11) with three runs scored and nine driven in. Lynd leads the
Bobcats in home runs (5) and slugging (1.030) to go with a .424 average and 15 RBIs...Bowdoin’s Brett Gorman (Bedford, N.Y.) had five
hits, including a three-run home run and a triple, in a doubleheader sweep of Plymouth St. on Thursday. The Polar Bears returned north
from Florida with a record of 13-3, the best-ever showing after 16 games in the 144-year history of the program...Colby’s Mike Mastrocola
(Southbury, Conn.) drove in a team-high 10 runs, had a team-best eight walks, and batted .379 over a 4-5 week for the Mules in Florida...
Hamilton sophomore RHP Steve Wright (Cortland, N.Y.) tossed a seven-inning, complete-game five-hitter for his first career shutout in a 2-0
win over Wis.-Stout on March 23. Later in the week, Wright secured his first career save in a 6-4 win against SUNY Cobleskill on March 28,
earning the final out with two runners on. He finished the week with five strikeouts and just one walk, holding opponents to a .179 average.
Junior 2B Joe Buico (Altamont, N.Y.) hit .435 (10-for-23) in a 4-3 week for the Continentals, recording four multi-hit games. Buicko scored
four runs, drove in six, stole three bases and had three doubles...Middlebury junior RHP Nick Angstman (Williston, Vt.) earned a pair of
wins during the Panthers’ spring break trip, boasting a 1.93 ERA and holding opponents to a .255 batting average. Angstman ended the trip
with a three-hit shutout of Williams, collecting four strikeouts in the victory. Junior 3B Donald McKillop (Poway, Calif.) led the Panthers with
a .382 batting average (13-for-34) in a 3-5 week in Arizona. He recorded four doubles, six runs scored, six driven in, and an .808 fielding
percentage...Trinity senior OF James Wood (Windham, N.H.) batted .583 (21-for-36) with a 1.194 slugging percentage and a .722 on-base
mark in a 9-1 week for the Bantams. Wood scored 14 runs, drove in 16, had four doubles, a triple, and five home runs...Tufts junior OF
Ian Goldberg (Lake Forest, Ill.) was an offensive catalyst for the Jubmos during a 6-2 week, batting .556 (15-for-27) with a .613 on-base
percentage and a .778 slugging mark. He had four doubles, a triple, four walks, a stolen base, seven runs scored and six RBI. In a double-
header sweep at Apprentice School, Goldberg combined to go 7-for-8 with three runs and four RBI. Tufts finished its spring trip with eight
victories, the most for the Jumbos since 2000...Wesleyan freshman RHP Derek Lukin (Brooklyn, Conn.) earned a victory over Amherst on
Saturday, pitching eight innings and giving up seven hits and three earned runs while striking out seven batters and holding the Jeffs to a
.233 average at the plate. Sophomore Brett Yarusi (Belmar, N.J.) allowed four hits and three earned runs in a complete-game victory over
Amherst in Saturday’s first game. First year Chris Bonti (Tampa, Fla.) cracked his first career home run in the Cardinals’ 6-3 victory over
Amherst on Saturday, as his three-run shot in the sixth proved to be the difference in the game. He also came on to pitch in the ninth inning,