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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 20, 2018, 07:27:49 pm »

Cortland lands soph 2b Garrett Heaton and soph OF Colin BeVard on D3 Team of the Week for efforts in season-opening two-game sweep at Salisbury MD. Heaton, son of 12-year ML pitcher Neal Heaton and former Stony Brook recruit, swings 4x8 bat with 2bb, 2r, rbi and fields 13 chances flawlessly; BeVard 6x9 at bat, hr, 2bh, 4bi, 4bb, 2stls, 5r.  Jr P Noah Ernst SUNYAC Pitcher of the Week for 5.1 innings of one-hit relief late in CSt 14 inning win.

RDragons in action Saturday (dh) and Sunday in Lexington VA vs. 4-2 Washington & Lee. W&L loses 7-6 Tuesday at 6-1 Methodist NC. Clash again Wednesday

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 18, 2018, 04:47:46 pm »
Cortland on Sunday outlasts Salisbury 9-6 in 14 innings in Maryland to begin the campaign 2-0. A total of 457 pitches thrown by 17 pitchers in 4 hour, 30 minute marathon.
   Pinch-hitting J. Teague delivers one-out two-run triple to left followed by C. BeVard (4x5, 3r, 3bb) run-scoring double to right-center in deciding rally to make a winner of RDragon reliever Steven SALISBURY!. He gets final six outs after predecessor N. Ernst goes impressive 5.1 innings (1h, 4k, 3bb). Three earlier relievers not so fortunate following starter C. Dufresne (4inn, 2h, 0r, 3bb, 5k).
   Corts never trail. M. Personius (4x8) drives in first run with third inning single. Margin grows to 5-0 in four-run fifth featuring three opening singles to fill the sacks followed by three walks and run-producing wild pitch. Sea Gulls peck away and finally pull into 6-6 tie on J. Meekins (3x6) and J. Perry solo home runs in the seventh.
   Salisbury trots out 11 pitchers, J. Barry (5.1inn, 4h, 2r, 2er, 4bb, 5k) the most effective moving to the mound from third base. Barry the hard-luck LP. Each side with several stellar defensive plays in contest with but one error on sunny, cool afternoon. Deep Dragons put the services of 18 position players to work.
    Cortland 9-17-0 and in Lexington VA next weekend vs. Washington & Lee. Salisbury 6-9-1.

Brockport Sunday game at Drew NJ cancelled


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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 18, 2018, 10:47:32 am »

Brockport drops 4-1 seven inning Saturday opener to Drew U. in Union NJ. Drew posts single runs in first and second innings. Eagles within 2-1 in the third when A. Eaton singles and moves around to score on balk.  Two-run sixth via rbi singles off reliever J. Hellwig adds Drew insurance.  LP S. McCumiskey starts, works 4inn (3h, 2r, 1er, 5bb, 2k, 79pitches).  Drew's P. Roth throws 6inn in the win. Bport 1-5-0, Drew 4-5-1
       Single game Sunday

Oneonta scheduled Sunday DH at SUNY Maritime ppd.

Cortland single game Sunday at Salisbury MD

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 17, 2018, 10:25:43 am »
Cortland edges host Salisbury MD 5-4 on P. Schetter (3x5, bi) rbi single to left in the ninth inning. C. BeVard (2x4, 2r, 3bi) aboard via two-out single to center, takes second on G. Heaton (3x5, r) single to left. K. Naugle records ninth inning save (1inn, 1h, k). RDragons build 4-1 lead after two frames on BeVard three-run homer to center. Sea Gulls tie with three in the fifth. Corts use five pitchers. J. Casey starts (4.1inn, 2h, 2r, 3bb, 4k). I. Hudson notches the win (1.2inn, 3k, 1h). F. Vesuvio at DH collects 2bi (1x4).
   Cortland 5-10-0, Salisbury 4-6-2

    Single game Sunday, supposedly in sunny weather after  sun-splashed cool start to Saturday contest. Rain due Saturday night.

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 15, 2018, 02:29:10 pm »
Cortland weekend opening games at regarded Salisbury MD very iffy if weather forecast to be believed. Showers and cool temps expected, with snow showers thrown in Saturday.

Also slated to be Salisbury's '18 opener in new stadium.  Last weekend's scheduled debut vs. Gwynedd Mercy U. PA scrapped by rain

Brockport weekend start vs. Drew at Union NJ also doubtful with expected snow showers

Oneonta booked Sunday in downstate opener vs. SUNY Maritime in jeopardy

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: February 05, 2018, 01:34:26 pm »

Cortland backs up Collegiate Baseball Newspaper preseason No. 1 ranking with top spot in D3 Baseball/Media poll. Latter listing finds Oswego 11th, St. John Fisher 24th, Ithaca 26th

Corts also return as Auburn-host to May's NCAA New York Regional. Play was at LeMoyne in Syracuse in '17

RDragons less than two weeks away from opener

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: December 21, 2017, 03:48:42 pm »

 Cortland ranked first nationally in Division III in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper 2018 preseason poll. Ranked first in the preseason for the third straight year. Last spring, the RDragons finished 38-9 and tied for ninth nationally in the NCAA Division III playoffs, one win shy of making their fourth straight World Series appearance.

 Cortland's current run of 25 straight NCAA tournament appearances is the longest active streak in Division III and the third longest in any NCAA division behind Division I schools Florida State (40) and Cal St.-Fullerton (26).

The RDragons open 2018 season with games at #20 Salisbury on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 17-18. Play at #17 Johns Hopkins March 4, as well a home-and-home series with #21 Ithaca and three SUNYAC games versus #15 Oswego.

 D3baseball.com preseason national poll released in mid-January.

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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!!

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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.

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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


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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 ......

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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 ....

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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.

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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


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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

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