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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 22, 2017, 02:50:06 pm »
Cortland comes up short in its Mideast Region seventh game and loses 6-3 to host Washington & Jefferson after forcing final game with 7-6 win earlier Monday. RDragons in the deciding contest hold early 3-0 lead on N. Budge rbi single and double. Season-long reliever P. Boice draws starting assignment and serves four-plus innings before yielding to frosh help. Can't hold off W&J surge while W&J top starter R. Groves shuts down CSt. Hurls complete game for 10th win in 12 decisions.
      Cortland winds up 38-9.

      Go Oswegooooooooo!!

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 21, 2017, 10:24:18 am »
Final:  .......Cortland 22-4 over Keystone in elimination game. T. Phillips grand slam in the fourth makes it 8-2. Phillips in 11-run sixth adds three-run home run for eight rbi in the elimination game. P. Schetter solo home run in the second, knocks in fourth run with single for Cortland and is finishes 4x4. A. Chaszar two-run two-out homer for Keystone cuts margin to 4-2 at the time. M. Harrington toes rubber for RDragons till exiting in the fourth. Giants leave sacks full in the first and fourth.
     Have a feeling runs will be plentiful in this one. Just didn't see it one-way! Cortland faces regional unbeaten host Washington & Jefferson Presidents on Monday at noon. CSt needs to win twice Monday vs. W&J

Earlier, Cortland shows some pitching depth .......A. Weingarten on the mound for Sunday morning elimination game vs. DePauw and throws complete game 9-0, five-hit shutout. Retires 16 straight Tigers from third to eighth innings.
    T. Phillips with third inning sac fly, S. Figueroa with fourth inning two-out ground-rule two-rbi double to kayo DePauw starter as RDragons build 5-0 lead
   In Cortland sixth M. Perivolaris triples, C. BeVard rbi single and T. Phillips rbi single that takes weird twist. Phillips' bat declared illegal by plate umpire for apparent third out of the sixth inning. Discussion ensues over Phillips batting with broken bat. Out call reversed. Phillips hits safely. J. Teague follows with rbi double. Cortland with 14 hits
   DePauw leaves runners on second and third in the third when Weingarten registers two strikeouts. Earlier centerfielder P. Dondero makes fine snare with runners aboard

Oswego falls 7-6 to two-run homer to Southern Maine's Z. Quintal in the top of the ninth. Blow comes off Lakers' T. Cronin who was on in relief. Title game of NY Regional between same two combatants upcoming.

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 20, 2017, 07:00:28 pm »

Win today and JUST need to win TRIPLEheader on Sunday!!

And looks like top pitcher A. Weingarten not available ......

They won't make a team play three games on one day.

That certainly makes sense.
Was just going by how schedule currently lays out (Mideast preview). Then assume should Cortland survive Game 12 and Game 13, Game 14 would carry into Monday

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 20, 2017, 02:40:59 pm »

Win today and JUST need to win TRIPLEheader on Sunday!!

And looks like top pitcher A. Weingarten not available ......

New England Region / Re: BB: LEC: Little East Conference
« on: May 20, 2017, 12:19:00 pm »
In case anyone looking for video of  USM/Oswego game it's available on SUNY Oswego website ....

Ahhh ....just came up on D3 site .....grats ....

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 18, 2017, 02:23:07 pm »
Quite the Oswego comeback in regional opener. Lakers score four in the bottom of the ninth to nip Ithaca 11-10 on W. Randall's two-run bases loaded single. IC pitching implodes in the final frame. Uses four in the inning. Walks set up Oswego rally before Randall delivers his fourth hit. Finishes 4x5, 2r, 2bi, bb. Bombers' S. Little 4x5, 3r, 2bi, hr. Ithaca 15-11 hit advantage. T. Cronin pitches first six inning for Oswego, B. Nolan the final three. Oswego 3-0 first inning lead but trails 8-3 into a four-run home sixth. IC adds two runs in the ninth including A. Gallagher solo home run.

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 10, 2017, 05:02:08 pm »
Baseball News' weekly ABCA (coaches) top 30 poll:

1. LaGrange GA (38-4), 2. Wisc-Whitewater (32-6), 3. Texas Tyler (37-7), 4. Johns Hopkins MD (36-6), 5. Birmingham Southern AL (36-8), 6. Centenary LA (34-8), 7. Cortland (33-7), 8. Shenandoah VA (36-8), 9. Oswego (28-8), 10. Wooster OH (32-8)
   22. St. John Fisher (28-8), 31. RIT receives votes

Cortland up one spot, Oswego stays the same

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 09, 2017, 11:47:26 am »
Whether (weather?) they like it or not ........Cortland and Oswego will certainly be well rested for regional action slated May 18-22. Idle since April 30 and 29, respectively, both made gains in D3 media weekly top 25 poll. Cortland (33-7) rises from 7th to 4th and Oswego (28-8) from 9th to 7th.
    St. John Fisher (28-8) moves from 15th to 14th. RIT (30-7) makes its first appearance at 25th.

    While Cortland and Oswego sit on the sidelines, Empire 8 and Liberty League tourneys upcoming.

    1. LaGrange GA (38-4), 2. Johns Hopkins MD (36-6), 3. Wisc-Whitewater (32-6), 5. Birmingham Southern AL (36-8), 6. Texas Tyler (37-7), 8. Shenandoah VA (36-8), 9. Wooster OH (32-8), 10. Salisbury MD (31-9)

RIT catcher M. Myers makes D3 Team of the Week. Swings 6x18 bat, flawless behind the plate

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 04, 2017, 08:19:19 am »
Conference tournament opening round moved from Friday to Saturday ...... weather the culprit

Indeed .....Onondaga CC in Syracuse site of NY Regional .......

NCAA second weekly regional rankings
    New York: 1. Oswego State (28-8), 2. Cortland (33-7), 3. St. John Fisher (27-7),  4. RIR (25-7), 5. Ithaca (23-1),  6. College at Brockport (23-16), 7. St. Joe's, LI (24-12), 8. Farmingdale (21-14), State ,9. NYU (17-12)
    Central: Washington, MO (20-8)
    Mid Atlantic: Johns Hopkins MD (32-6)
    Mideast: Wooster OH (27-6)
    Midwest: Wisc-Whitewater (26-6)
    New England: Southern Maine (25-7)
    South: Birmingham Southern (34-6)
    West: Centenary LA (30-8)

Plattsburgh wrap up season  with Wednesday 10-5, 7-5 losses at Middlebury VT. Cardinals 13-23   

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 03, 2017, 09:35:47 am »
Cortland, Oswego 8-9, respectively, in weekly Baseball News top 30 coaches' poll.  Corts down one slot, Lakers up one from previous week. St. John Fisher moves up one to 21. RIT receives votes.
      Fisher/RIT clash Wednesday in Rochester. Split two earlier season contests

      1. LaGrange GA (38-4), 2. Birmingham Southern AL (34-6), 3. Texas Tyler (33-6), 4. Wisc-Whitewater (26-6), 5. Johns Hopkins MD (32-6), 6. Shenandoah VA (33-6), 7. Centenary LA (34-8), 10. Wooster OH (27-6)

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 02, 2017, 08:14:57 am »
New Paltz spots Lehman seven runs in the first inning, rallies twice but falls 15-9 in the Bronx. Hawks within 8-5 in the top of the third when D. Campbell slugs grand slam to left-center. Four-run sixth brings NP back to 11-9. Campbell knocks in another run. Two Lehman homers in the eighth put it out of reach. Campbell finishes 2x5, r, 5bi, sb; J. Francisco 2h, bb; S. Citriniti 1x2, r, bb, sb. M. Delio LP (1-1). Lehman 15-16-5, NP 9-9-1
      New Paltz 17-17 and vs. Oswego Friday in conference tourney at Oswego. Lehman 11-24

Plattsburgh loses 15-3 at home to Canton which bolts ahead 12-0 into the sixth when Cardinals score on wild pitch and bases loaded walk. B. Rombauts 2x4, S. Bryant 2bi. R. Whalen LP in starting role. Candor 15-21-2, Pburgh 3-6-4
      Plattsburgh 13-21, Canton 9-27

Oswego to RIT cancelled, Fredonia at Pitt-Bradford cancelled
Wednesday has Plattsburgh at Middlebury VT,  Brockport at Medaille ppd.
       And RIT is at Fisher

Cortland (33-7) up one spot to No. 7 in D3 weekly top 25 media poll. Oswego (28-8) remains No. 9 and St. John Fisher (27-7) stays No. 15. RIT (25-7) receives votes
      1. LaGrange GA (38-4, 17 No. 1 votes), 2. Birmingham Southern AL (35-6, 7 No. 1), 3. Shenandoah VA (33-6), 4. Johns Hopkins MD (32-6), 5. Wooster OH (27-6), 6. Texas Tyler (33-6), 8. Wisc-Whitewater (26-6, 1 No. 1), 10. Salisbury MD (31-8)

Fisher OF M. Kelsey and RIT OF D. Zeglen on D3 Team of the Week. Kelsey 10x19 in 4-1 week, 2 2bh, 3 hr, 10bi, 5r. Zeglen 8x11 in 5-1 week, 5r, 4w, 2bh, 3bh, hr, 8bi and pitches 4 hitter in 5-0 win vs. St. Lawrence

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: April 30, 2017, 11:26:38 am »
Where is the NY Regional this year?  I heard OCC.

Assumed a return to Auburn but now not so sure. Am going in circles looking. Other regional sites up earlier, but haven't seen NY ....ugh!!  Fran, Johnny Mac there??

Cortland closes out regular season in winning 10-6 fashion over Canton at Wallace Field. Scores three in the first inning (J. Massa SF, M. Michalski 2bi single) and never trails. Roos within 4-3. RDragons with 1-2-1-2 run output from fourth to seventh innings for 10-3 command. W. Matos (2x5, 2r, 3bi) homers for Canton in the ninth. C. BeVard (3x4, 2r) paces 14 hit Cortlands. M. Personius 2x2, r, bi; S. Getman 2x4, 2bi; N. Budge 2x3, 2r, bi, 2bh, 3bh, hbp). Starter P. Merryweather WP (5-1, 3inn, 4h, 2r, 2er, 2bb, 4k). Use four relievers. A, Tur LP (5inn, 10h, 7r, 7er, 2bb, 2k, 1hbp). Cortland 10-14-0, Canton 6-9-1
       Cortland 33-7 and vs. Brockport at Oswego in conference tourney start. Canton 8-27

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: April 29, 2017, 02:06:24 pm »
Cortland ekes out 5-4 second game extra inning win over Skidmore after overcoming the Ponies 7-4 in the first game at RDragons' Wallace Field on Saturday afternoon.
      First Game: Visiting Ponies surge ahead 4-3 through four innings. Marino with leadoff homer in the third for Skidmore. Corts go to the fore with two-run fifth. N. Budge singles home tying run and balk produces fifth score. J. Massa drills leadoff home run to left in two-run seventh. Massa 3x5, 2r, 3bi, 2bh, hr; S. Figueroa, P. Dondero (3r, 3bh), Budge (2bh) two safeties each. Top five CSt hitters with 10 hits. P. Boice WP with 4.1 innings (4h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 5k) in relief of J. Cooke (2.2inn, 6h, 3r, 3er, 3bb, 1k). S. Anderson LP (6.1inn, 9h, 7r, 5er, 2bb, 1k, 1blk). Cortland 7-12-1, Skidmore 4-12-2
     Second Game: Frosh C. BeVard bases loaded sac fly in the eighth inning solves Skidmore in the scheduled seven inning fray. J. Teague (3x3, 2bh) leads off Cortland eighth with single. Walk and infield hit fill the bases. BeVard in the top of the inning throws out Skidmore runner at the plate from centerfield for first out. Corts build 4-0 lead in the fifth and go to the seventh up 4-1. Skids rally for three runs against four Cortland pitchers. J. Brown and S. Klier (4x4, 3bh) drive in runs. Dragons use seven pitchers with A. Visconte finally putting down Thoroughbreds. Cortland 5-10-1, Skidmore 4-12-2
     Cortland 32-7 and home Sunday vs. Canton and in tourney next weekend opening Friday vs. Brockport at Oswego. Skidmore 10-20

Oswego thumps Oneonta twice Saturday, clinching regular conference crown with seven-inning 7-2 first game win and then taking 9-2 issue over nine innings in Laker-Land.
        First Game: T. Cronin pitches complete game (10-0, 7inn, 2r, 2er, 8h, 1bb, 3k, 1hbp). Oneonta with 2-1 lead on M. Grudzinski rbi single in the top of the fourth inning. Z. Whalen rbi single and W. Randall sac fly put Lakers on top in the home fourth. Z. Kollar with two-run single in three-run Oswego fifth. Whalen 2x2, r, bi, sb; M. Dellicarri 1x3, 2r, 2bh, bb, sb; Killar 1x3, r, 2bi; Randall bi, 2bb, sf. RDragon C. Kies 2x3, r; S. Mullins 2x3, bi. N. Ponesse LP (4inn, 6r, 4er, 5h, 3bb, 4k, 1hbp). Oswego 7-6-0, Oneonta 2-8-4
       Second Game: Laker M. Dellicarri  flexes early muscles with first inning two-run single and second inning two-run two-out home run -- his seventh of the season and third in two days, team's 25th of the spring. Oswego coasts from there with 17 hit attack including another E. Hamilton 5x5 with 3r, bi, sb. Hamilton enters hitting .421. R. Donnelly WP (5inn, 1r, 1er, 6h, 0bb, 3k, 59pitches). Four others serve. K. Simmons 3x5, 2r; Dellicarri 3x5, r, 4bi, hr; Z. Whalen 3x3, r, bb, sb. Rock five Oneonta pitchers. Starter J. McCarty LP (2inn, 4r, 4er, 5h, 2bb, 1k). RDragon S. Mullins 2xs3. Oswego 9-17-1, Oneonta 2-9-1
      Oswego 15-3, 28-8 and at RIT Tuesday, home Friday vs. New Paltz in tourney start. Oneonta 5-13, 14-20

Brockport explodes for 9-5 second game victory over New Paltz whose Hawks score twice in the final seventh inning to win 4-2 first game at Brockport.
      First Game: C. Moran single gives Hawks lead in the final frame. J. Williams adds rbi single. Damage comes with two outs. Williams 2x3, bi, bb; Moran 2x4, 2r, bi; S. Citriniti 1x1, 2bi, 2bb, sb. D. Cala and J. Bender two hits apiece for the Eagles who tie 2-2 in the sixth on Bender rbi base knock. Reliever R. Votypka WP (4-1, 2.2inn, 3h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 1k). B. LoRusso starts (4.1inn, 5h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 1k). Reliever J. Hellwig LP after M. Giallanzo goes 5.1 innings (5h, 2r, 2er, 3bb, 2k). NP 4-8-0, Bport 2-8-0
     Second Game: Six-run seventh inning keyed by A. Halll bases loaded triple erases deficit in nine inning fray. Eagles push over all six runs before an out recorded. New Paltz had broken 3-3 tie in the sixth on S. Citriniti sac fly and error-abetted tally. B. Moxley pitches six worthy innings for Bport (6h, 5r, 4er, 1bb, 4k) and successor M. Minton gets the win (1-0) in one inning's work. D. Sicina, S. Kowalski finish. Reliever J. Stybel LP (2inn, 2h, 4r, 3er, 3bb, 1k). NP J. Ganca 3x4, 3r, 2bh; Citriniti 2x3, 2bi. Port's P. Ludden 2r, bi, bb; M. VanAllen r, 2bi, 2bh. Bport 9-9-1, NP 5-8-1
     Brockport 13-5, 23-16, New Paltz 8-10, 17-16

Plattsburgh stumps Fredonia twice, 9-0 in seven inning first game and 4-2 in the Saturday afterpiece at Burgh.
      First Game: R. Whalen (3-2, 5inn, 3h, 3bb, 1k), J. Adams, Stein combine for shutout. B. Rombauts run-scoring double contributes to 5-0 lead by the third inning. K. Mori 3x3, 2r, 3bi, bb, sb for the Cards, teammates A. Follmer, R. Flynn (2bh) two hits each. B. Atkinson (3-2) LP. Plattsburgh 9-12-0, Fredonia 0-4-5
      Second Game: Cardinals scoring four runs in the second inning all twas needed in the nine inning game. J. Craft and K. Mori with run-producing singles to support moundsman C. Lyons (1-3, 7inn, 5h, 2r, 2er, 2bb, 3k, 92pitches). J. Adams with the save. K. Mori 2x3, bi, bb, sb; J. Deland 2x3, r, bb; Craft 2x4, r, bi. Freds L. Kelly  3x4, 2r, sb, 2 2bh. Z. Lyman LP (1-3, 3inn). R. Landers relieves respectable five innings. Pburgh 4-8-0, Freds 2-5-3
    Plattsburgh 5-13, 13-20. Fredonia 3-15, 16-20
Playoff seedings and site set for SUNYAC tourney next week. No. 1 Oswego hosts and draws 4 New Paltz in double elimination opener. Cortland as 2 seed launches vs. 3 Brockport

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: April 28, 2017, 12:47:33 pm »
First NCAA regional rankings:
    New York: 1. Oswego State (23-8). 2. Cortland (29-7), 3. St. John Fisher (22-6),  4. RIT (20-6), 5. Ithaca (20-8), 6. Brockport (19-14), 7. St. Joe's LI (21-10), 8.  Farmingdale (18-13), 9. NYU (16-12)
    Central: Washinton MO (20-8)
    Mid Atlantic: Johns Hopkins MD (28-6)
    Mid East: Wooster OH (24-5)
    Mid West: Wisc-Whitewater (23-5)
    New England: Salve Regina RI (27-5)
    South: Birmingham Southern AL (32-6)
    West: Linfield OR (28-11) 

 Oswego quite serious about this regular season pennant judging by today's 12-2 wipeout of visiting Oneonta. Lakers score five in the first inning and four in the second to kayo RDragons' ace T. Bond. Oswego within game of clinching. Plays Oneonta two games Saturday. AND Lakers get cherry on top! Leading off again in CF is catalyst W. Randall who hasn't played since April 10 and previously was AWOL since starting appearance in Florida. Still missing from Oswego cast is strong hitting OF M. Kutscher who has not played since Florida. Friday result also jolts Oneonta tourney hopes.
      Randall has walk and single in first inning Oswego salvo. Z. Kollar two-out bases loaded single drives in two, hit batter scores another and Z. Whalen single two more. In the second inning M. Dellicarri hits his first of two home runs followed by E. Holton homer. Kollar double makes it 9-0. Dellicarri's second HR comes in sixth inning. Lakers stroke 16 hits. E. Hamilton 5x5, 3r, 2 2bh; Dellicarri 2x5, 2r, 4bi, 2hr; Kollar 2x3, r, 3bi, 2bh; Randall 1x2, r, bb. M. Cavanagh WP (7inn, 2r, 1er, 5h, 3bb, 4k). Oswego  12-16-1, Oneonta 2-5-0
      Oswego 13-3, 26-8. Oneonta 5-11, 14-18

Brockport keeps flicker of a title chance alive with 4-2 win over New Paltz at Bport. NP posts two-run first inning answered by Eagle L. Miceli tying two-run home run to left-center in bottom of the inning. Port scores go-ahead run on error in the third and D. Cala groundout puts fourth run home. A. Spindler WP (8inn, 8h, 2r, 2er, 1bb, 3k). J. Bender 3x4; L. Gilbert 2x4, r; A. Brooks 2x4, r, 2bh, sac. C. Donachie LP (5inn, 8h, 4r, 3er, 1bb, 4k, 2hbp). J. Williams 3x4 for Eagles. Bport 4-10-0, NP 2-8-1
      Brockport 12-4, 22-15. New Paltz 7-9, 16-15

Plattsburgh scores three in the seventh and one in the eighth to lick Fredonia 6-4. Freds out to 4-2 lead on K. Yirinec two-run triple in the fifth and two-run sixth. Cardinals begin comeback when J. Craft singles home seventh inning run. Error scores tying run and failed pickoff lets in go-head marker. N. Clark doubles home insurance run an inning later. Guesting Devils fill the bases in the ninth. Bid snuffed by J. Adams' second save. F. Finkbeiner WP (2-0, 2.1inn, 2bb, 1k). P. Bryant in five inning start (6h, 4r, 3er, 3bb, 4k, 1hbp). Winner's freshmen K. Mori 2x4, r, 2bh; A. Follmer 2x4, r, bi; S. Bryant 2x4, 2r, sb. L. Kuczewski LP (3-4, 7inn, 10h, 6r, 4er, 1bb, 4k). Pburgh 6-11-2, Fredonia 4-6-2

Standings ....
                   Yac   Ov'l
Oswego - x   13-3 26-8
Cortland - x  14-4 30-7
Brockport - x  12-4 22-15
New Paltz       7-9 16-15
Oneonta         5-11 14-18
Fredonia         3-13 16-18
Plattsburgh     3-13 11-20
    x - clinch tourney berths
Final conference series Fri/Sat DH: Oneonta at Oswego, Fredonia at Plattsburgh, New Paltz at Brockport

Cortland home Saturday DH vs. Skidmore, home Sunday vs. Canton

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: April 27, 2017, 04:17:53 pm »
Cortland notches 30th win at Ithaca expense by 4-3 margin in C-land. Thirteenth straight 30 win campaigns (23 of 24). Thursday match tight throughout. RDragons never trail after error-aided second inning run. Exchange runs in the fifth -- IC via wild pitch, Corts on C. BeVard rbi. P. Schetter SF in the sixth stretches lead to 3-1. M. Carey single in the seventh narrows gap. P. Dondero rbi single in home seventh makes it 4-2. Carey one-out single in the eighth creates final score. B. Goncalves pitches 1-2-3 ninth for save after inheriting two runners in eighth and retiring two straight batters. He's seventh Cortland pitcher. A. Barnes starts (4inn, 4h, 1bb, 3k). J. Casey WP (3-0). J. Morello LP (2-2, 5.2inn, 6h, 3r, 2er, 0bb, 3k, 3hbp. Two Bombers follows. Nine different Dragons with hits. Carey 2x4, 2bi; A. Gallagher 2x4, r; A. Bailey 2x4 for IC. Ithaca coach G. Valesente and aide F. Fazio ejected. Cort 4-9-3, IC 3-9-1
       Cortland 30-7 and home Saturday DH vs. 10-18 Skidmore, home Sunday vs. 7-24 Canton. Ithaca 21-10 and plays Empire 8 weekend series vs. Utica

New Paltz on Wednesday defeats Vassar 4-3 in NP on J. Ganca solo home run to right-center in the fourth inning. All scoring coming in the first four innings of nine inning tilt. C. Moran homers in the bottom of the first bringing Hawks within 2-1. Take 3-2 lead in the second. Vassar ties it in the third before Ganca (2x4, r, bi) tags 0-1 pitch for deciding HR.  New Paltz uses 10 pitchers. A. Amoroso starts and goes two innings. No. 2 J. Magnuson credited with win (2-1, 1inn, 1h, 1r, 2er, 1bb, 0k, 17pitches). K. Eckert records save (1inn, 1k). NP 4-6-0, Vassar 3-5-1
       New Paltz 16-14 and at Brockport Fri/Sat DH. Vassar 13-15

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