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I've never seen anything quite like it. Elmhurst up by 1 in the top of the 9th and Carthage throws up a 10 spot. Balls were flying out of the park hit 12 inches above the Hands !!! Not a great day to be a Pitcher, but a 2-0 conference start for Carthage none the less.

I'm sorry, 2 earned runs in 22 innings. Wouldn't you think the level of competition would factor in ? Setting aside the Heidelberg game when he gave up 0 earned runs in 7 innings with 9-K's in a 3 - 1 loss. He beat Kean in a 10 - 2 win on Saturday the 20th and gave up 1 earned run in 8 innings with 8- K's against St Thomas in a 2 - 1 10 inning loss. I'd think that would be good enough, at least for the last week.

That has to be it. Though would'nt that make it a, Team award ? It would be tough, in my mind, to find another Pitcher in D3 that's had the opportunity to face the #1, 3, and 7th ranked teams in the Nation. Let alone come out of it giving up only 3 earned runs in 22 innings. Thanks for the Insight.

Ouch !!! That's gonna leave a mark !!

On that same note: What is the criteria for CCIW Pitcher of the week. I hope you don't think this is sour grapes, I just want to know what you think. Pankou is having a great start to the season and is no doubt an excellent Pitcher. He just received CCIW Pitcher of the week for the 2nd week in a row. He' faced: Depauw, Rhodes College and Benedictine, and is currently at an excellent 1.40 ERA. Mario Perez of Carthage, has pitched against: St. Thomas, Heidleberg and Kean. He is currently holding an ERA of 0.84. What am I missing ?

Central Region / Re: Pre-season All Central Region
« on: March 22, 2010, 06:29:57 pm »
You got that right. Offensively and Defensively, the best player Carthage has put on the field this year.

That #3 Starter is already there and quite solid !!! I saw Eric Rohe at the Metrodome, and it was the 1st time I've seen him out of a, Cast, this year. If he's ready come CCIW game time, we'll be in great shape.

Exactly Right. Huge losses during the off season. Look out for a few players, Namely, Will Hodges and Drew Roberts to pick up alot of the Offensive slack.They were a very young team last year, defensively they should be stronger this year.

I know in the profiles the last 2 years they had Mario Perez at 280lbs. He was actually 305 his freshmen year and 310 last year. This year he's 260. Expect something special.

Eric Rohe is going to be great. An extremely advanced Baseball Mind, with tons of talent.

Scott Danly is one year removed from, Tommy John, Surgery. He threw well last year. Look for him to be better this year.

Wildcards include Chris Krepline ( former all CCIW Pitcher ) and Trace Ruffie.

I wouldn't write them off yet.

I know this topic comes up every year, but I have a hard time being so optimistic about Redmen with the losses they have coming into this year. The reason Carthage, IWU, and for the most part Augustana have been remained in the top 3 or 4 spots in the CCIW standings every year is they are able to recruit quality kids into the program.  With that being said, losing your top two offensive threats along with your top two pitchers from last years team would lead me to believe they might be in for an up and down year.

Yeah Big Poppa, you heard correct. Jahne Llanas isn't with Carthage. He was just recently picked up by an Independent League Team.

Ruffie is working hard to get back. His, Official status, is still up in the Air. The Kid has alot of Heart. I would'nt be surprised to see him back this year.

Anyone have updates on the following Carthage questions:

1. Where did Carthage pitcher Jordan Jaehne-Llanas end up? From what I have heard from a VERY reliable source he is no longer enrolled at Carthage.

2. Trace Ruffie? What is his status for the upcoming season? Is he returning from his injury or not in 2010?

It sure seemed to work last year. Confidence or Humility, you need both to make it to Grand Chute in May. Pitching and Power Hitting took a Big Hit in the off season. The defense can only get better. I love the fact that they'll be seeing St. Thomas, Wooster, Kean and Heidlberg, before the Conference games hit. If they go 2-2, and compete in any game they drop, it could be another great year.

A Great Kid, with a fantastic arm. I wish I knew God's plans. Sam transferred to Carthage last semester and was ineligible to play this past year. I don't think he intended to play at Carthage next year either.  I heard he  was looking at going to MATC next year.

God Bless the Schissel, Family. I can't even imagine the pain they're going through now. Things like this aren't supposed to happen.

Congrats Mike !!! Go get em' Big Kid !!!!

I thought Wooster had it Hands down. It makes you realize just how close we were. A break here or a break there. Trace Ruffie able to go. Who knows ?!!! It was alot of fun, though !!!

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