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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3180 on: May 07, 2019, 12:42:53 pm »
Cortland (31-11-1) keeps 18th rung in D3 national weekly media top 25 poll. RDragons with 196 voting points. Ithaca (28-7) makes appearance at No. 25 with 67 points.
       Leaders: 1. Concordia-Chicago (33-5) 13 No. 1 votes, 608 points; 2. Southern Maine (32-5) 10 No. 1, 598; 3. Chris Newport VA (33-6) 2 No. 1, 580; 4. Trinity TX (34-10) 535; 5. Washington U. MO (31-5-1) 494

Cortland's Chris Puzakulics relief pitcher on D3 Team of the Week. Tosses four innings hitless ball in 8-7 tourney win vs. Oneonta. Allows one runner, strikes out six

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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3181 on: May 08, 2019, 11:25:41 am »
Cortland (31-11-1) and Ithaca (28-7) gain in coaches national top 30 weekly poll. RDragons go from 18th to 17th with 187 voting points, Bombers from 25th to 23rd with 25. Skyline Conference champ Farmingdale (32-7) among others receiving votes, 2.

ABCA top 10, as of Tuesday:
     1. Concordia-Chicago (33-5) 473; 2. Southern Maine (32-5) 457; 3. Chris Newport VA (33-6) 443; 4. Washington MO (31-5-1) 432; 5. Trinity TX (34-10) 393; 6 Babson MA (31-6) 383; 7. Chapman CA (30-9) 374; 8. College of NJ (30-9) 335; 9. Rowan NJ (30-10) 334; 10. Salisbury MD (34-8-1) 324
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3182 on: May 10, 2019, 07:01:13 pm »
NCAA regional rankings, week 3 through May 5

     New York              In-Div Record      Overall Record
1    SUNY Cortland         31-10-1    31-10-1
2    Ithaca                28-7             28-7
3    St. John Fisher         26-11            26-11
4    Farmingdale State    30-7            30-7
5    Oswego State         28-12            28-12
6    New York University 26-12            26-12
7    Merchant Marine       28-8             28-9
8    Rochester                24-14    24-14

Other Leaders: Central- Washington MO (31-5-1); Mid Atlantic- College of NJ (30-9); Mideast- Denison OH (34-6); Midwest- Chicago Chicago (33-5); New England- Southern Maine (32-5); South- Birmingham Southern (33-11); West- Chapman CA (30-9)
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3183 on: May 11, 2019, 05:31:13 pm »
NCAA regional rankings, week 3 through May 5

     New York              In-Div Record      Overall Record
1    SUNY Cortland         31-10-1    31-10-1
2    Ithaca                28-7             28-7
3    St. John Fisher         26-11            26-11
4    Farmingdale State    30-7            30-7
5    Oswego State         28-12            28-12
6    New York University 26-12            26-12
7    Merchant Marine       28-8             28-9
8    Rochester                24-14    24-14

Other Leaders: Central- Washington MO (31-5-1); Mid Atlantic- College of NJ (30-9); Mideast- Denison OH (34-6); Midwest- Chicago Chicago (33-5); New England- Southern Maine (32-5); South- Birmingham Southern (33-11); West- Chapman CA (30-9)

Cortland is benefitting from a 41 SOS but far higher than any other NY team.

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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3184 on: May 15, 2019, 11:43:50 am »
NCAA regional rankings, through May 12:

New York
1. Ithaca              31-7
2. Cortland          31-11-1
3. St. John Fisher 29-14
4. Farmingdale      32-7
5. Oswego           29-12
6. NYU                26-13
7. Merch Marine    28-10
8. Rochester        28-15
      Other Leaders: Central- Washington MO (31-5-1); Mid Atlantic- College of NJ (31-9); Mideast- Denison OH (38-7); Midwest- Concordia Chicago (38-7); New England- Southern Maine (34-7); South- Birmingham Southern (34-11); West- Chapman CA (33-9)

Cortland 20th in weekly national coaches (ABCA) top 30 poll with 161 voting points. RDragons (31-11-1) drop three notches.
       Ithaca (31-7) climbs from 23rd to 19th with 176 points. Oswego (29-12) among others receiving votes with 24 points; Farmingdale (30-7) with 4
       Top 10: 1. Concordia-Chicago (38-7) 466; 2. Chris Newport VA (35-7) 443; 3. Washington MO (31-5-1) 441; 4. Southern Maine (34-7) 420); 5. Trinity TX (34-10) 400; 6. Chapman CA (33-9) 398; 7. College of NJ (31-9) 364; 8. Denison OH (38-7) 352; 9. Babson MA (33-7) 346; 10. Salisbury MD (34-8-1) 343

Cortland slips from 18th to 19th in final regular season D3 top 25 media poll with 154 voting points. Ithaca 21st rises from 25 with 136 points.
        Leaders: Chris Newport VA 16 No. 1 votes (35-7) 606 points; 2. Concordia-Chi 6 (38-7) 581; 3. Southern Maine (34-7) 550; 4. Trinity TX (34-10) 546; 5. Washington MO 3 (35-5-1) 534

Friday regional openers: Cortland home vs. Alvernia PA (28-14-2); Ithaca at Kean NJ (Union) vs. Westfield St. MA (27-14); Oswego on Southern Maine campus in Gorham vs. MIT (22-17-1); Framingham in Baltimore vs. Johns Hopkins (30-11); Rochester (24-14) vs. Wooster OH (26-12) at Wooster
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3185 on: May 15, 2019, 02:08:25 pm »
Conference honors ....

Player of the Year: Scott Giordano (Cort jr)
Pitcher of the Year: Matt Valin (Cort sr), Nick DeMarco (Osw sr)
Rookie of the Year: Paul Tammaro (Osw)
Coach of the Year: Joe Brown (Cort)

First Team:
P- Zach Durant (Cort jr), Matt Valin (Cort sr), Luke Kuczewski (Fred sr), Nick DeMarco (Osw sr)
C- James Varian (Cort so), Luke Olsson (Osw jr)
1b- Wyatt Myers (Cort jr)
2b- Marco Perivolaris (Cort sr)
3b- Ryan Enos (Osw so)
ss- Dan Schweitzer (Cort sr)
of- Colin BeVard (Cort jr), Scott Giordano (Cort jr), Mike Dellicarri (Osw sr)
rp- Dan Hobbs (Cort jr), Ryan Fay (One sr)
dh- Dean Stalzer (NP soph), Nick Chilson (Osw jr)
u- Matthew McGee (NP jr)

Second Team:
P- Robert Ottaviano (One sr), Brian Nolan (Osw jr)
1b- Dominic Lamonica (One jr)
2b- Rocco Leone (Osw jr)
3b- Lou Miceli (Bkp sr)
ss- Stephen Bryant (Plat jr)
of- Tom Kretzler (Bkp jr), Russ Mistretta (Fred jr), Brandon Nicholson (Osw sr)
u- Aaron Cook (Bkp jr)
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3186 on: May 17, 2019, 12:23:40 pm »
Cortland 7-3 over Alvernia PA in regional opener at Cortland. Game start delayed hour by rain. RDragons with 3-run homer to left from W. Myers in the first and never trail. M. Bruno solo homer. Lefty M. Valin on CSt hill through six innings and 104 pitches (WP 9-0, 5h, 3r, 2er, 2bb, 5k, 1hbp). C. Puzakulics in relief (3inn, 2h, 2bb, 1k, 44p). Seven Corts hit safely. J. Varian, M. Bruno, M. Perivolaris two hits each, W. Myers 3bi, D. Schweitzer 2r. T. Carfrey LP (2-3, 5.1inn, 8h, 7r, 7er, 3bb, 1k, 79p). Three follow. Corts 7-10-2, Alvernia 3-7-1
      Penn St-Harrisburg vs. Tufts MA finds Tufts winning 13-5. Saturday has Cortland vs. Tufts, Alvernia vs. PS-Harrisburg. Former game loser vs. latter game survivor to follow

 Oswego ninth inning rally falls short in 5-4 loss to MIT in Southern Maine-hosted regional in Gorham ME. Lakers tally three times in bottom of the ninth on R. Weiss rbi single and R. Leone two-run two-out double to left. B. Nolan goes seven innings on the mound and absorbs the loss. MIT 5-9-1, Oswego 4-6-2
        Oswego on Saturday faces Southern Maine whose Huskies lose 10-2 to New England College in earlier Friday contest

Rochester upsets Wooster OH 2-1 in Wooster-hosted regional opener. Y'Jackets get two-run homer from David Rieth in third inning and sparkling Jon Turk seven innings of shutout two-hit ball. Scots of Wooster strike in ninth for run on two hits and error. Brandon Shamieh with UR pitching save. Strands tying run on second. UR 2-7-2, Woos 0-4-0
      Next up for UR on Saturday vs. Case Western OH which deals Otterbein 4-2 setback

Ithaca tumbles 4-2 to Westfield St. MA in Kean NJ-hosted regional in Union. Bombers strike for two runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie. Fail to convert doubleplay in top of the eighth as runner from second scores go-head run. Westfield with sac fly in the ninth. IC retired 1-2-3 in ninth. E. Dunn LP (7.1inn, 9h, 3r, 1er, 0bb, 2k,s 92p). WSU 4-11-5, IC 2-5-2
         IC on Saturday faces Shenandoah VA which loses 5-3 to Kean.

Farmingdale beaten 6-2 by Johns Hopkins in Hopkins-hosted regional start in Baltimore. Blue Jays post five runs in home sixth. Farmingdale with two runs in the fourth for 2-0 lead as Rams' V. Rice homers for first run. JH 6-8-1, Farm 2-7-0
      Farmingdale on Saturday vs. College of NJ which was surprised Friday 5-4 by Susquehanna PA

Baruch bows 15-1 to region-host UMass-Boston. Baruch (17-19) on Saturday vs. St. Joe's ME which loses 9-3 to Wheaton MA
       
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3187 on: May 18, 2019, 01:13:34 pm »
Cortland and Tufts play Sunday in Cortland regional finals with RDragons needing one win, Tufts two to advance to Super Regional against Trinity CT region winner.
In elimination round Saturday, Tufts takes out Penn St.-Harrisburg 7-4
Cortland clips Tufts 10-5 in winners bracket hookup. C-land scores 10 runs over first five innings. S. Giordano with leadoff home run. Tufts leaves sacks full in its initial bats. Z. Durant WP (5.2inn, 7h, 2r, 2er, 3bb, 5k, 110p). Giordano 4x6, 2r, 3bi, hr, 2bh; C. BeVard 2h, 3bi, 3bh; D. Schweitzer 3x4, r, 2bi; P. Franzese 2r. Cortland 10-13-0, Tufts 2-7-4
       Earlier Saturday, PS-Harrisburg hangs on to eliminate Alvernia PA 13-12.

Oswego eliminated by 3-2 heart-tugging loss to region-host Southern Maine whose Huskies score twice in the top of the ninth. Lakers take 2-0 lead in the sixth on rbi singles from B. Nicholson, M. Dellicarri. SMaine within 2-1 in the seventh. Misplayed fly ball to right goes for game-tying Jake Dexter sac fly in the ninth. Ensuing wild pitch allows go-ahead Dexter run. N. DeMarco LP (8.1inn, 6h, 3r, 2er, 0bb, 6k). M. Bowman in relief. Dexter WP in relief. So. Maine 3-6-1, Oswego 2-6-2

Rochester stung 21-4 by Wooster OH in Saturday elimination game at Wooster regional in which UR on Friday sent Wooster to the losers bracket. Payback in the form of Wooster scoring in eight of nine innings. Wooster 21-21-0, UR 4-6-3
       Yellowjackets tamed 11-0 by Case Western in winners bracket earlier Saturday. CWR 11-15-1, UR 0-6-1

Ithaca bows 9-2 vs. Shenandoah VA in losers bracket meeting at Kean-hosted regional in Union NJ. Two-run Shenandoah home run in the second overcomes 1-0 Bomber lead. Six-run sixth inning pushes IC to the brink. J. Binder LP (5.2inn). Shens 9-15-2, IC 2-10-1.

Farmingdale season ends in 8-7 13-inning battle with College of NJ  in Baltimore where Johns Hopkins hosts regional. F'dale Rams come from 6-1 deficit getting V. Napolitan two-run home run in the fifth and two-run single in the sixth. TCNJ gets game-saving bottom of the ninth catch from rf Matt Giacose who snags V. Rice home run bid to end it.  CONJ  homer in the 11th answered with Rams' run in bottom of the inning. Squeeze play delivers winning run. CONJ 8-10-1, Farmingdale 7-11-5

Baruch eliminated in 11-0 outcome vs. St. Joe's ME  in UMass-Boston-hosted regional. St. Joe's 11-6-0, Barauch 0-5-3
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3188 on: May 19, 2019, 12:03:50 pm »
Cortland whips Tufts MA 18-5 in Cortland regional Sunday final round and advances to Super Regional play.
      Tufts chases CSt starter M. Cavanagh quickly and holds 2-0 lead into third inning. Dragons score nine times over third and fourth innings ignited by C. BeVard home run. I. Hudson on in relief for Cortland in first inning (WP, 5.2inn,, 6h, 4r, 4er, 2bb, 4k, 90p). C. Puzakulics on in the seventh. Cortland with 21 hits. J. Varian 4x5, 3r, 3bi; W. Myers 3x5, 2r, 2bi, bb; M. Bruno 3x4, 2r, 2bi, bb; J. Tardif 3x5, 2bi, sb. C. BeVard, S. Giordano, D. Schweitzer (4r, bi, 2bb) with two hits each. Cortland 18-21-0, Tufts 5-10-3
      Babson MA needs single win later Sunday in Hartford over region-host Trinity CT to advance to Super Regional (best-of-3) and face Cortland/Tufts winner for World Series berth
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3189 on: May 19, 2019, 03:43:38 pm »
Any ideas on where this super regional can take place? My fingers are crossed for a Hudson Valley area (geographically, seems reasonable distance from each regional location)... Dutchess stadium, Bard, Marist would be ideal for me in Poughkeepsie... fingers crossed 🤞🏼

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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3190 on: May 19, 2019, 04:32:11 pm »
Congratulations to Cortland for moving on in the NCAA tournament by winning their regional. Good luck to them in the Super Regional  on May 24th against either Babson or Trinity.

Great job giving us the rundowns throughout the season, jdex. Always knew I could get the entire daily YAC wrap up right here.

Plus K.

Watching Jake Dexter and So. Maine at the moment. 
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3191 on: May 19, 2019, 04:34:54 pm »
Any ideas on where this super regional can take place? My fingers are crossed for a Hudson Valley area (geographically, seems reasonable distance from each regional location)... Dutchess stadium, Bard, Marist would be ideal for me in Poughkeepsie... fingers crossed 🤞🏼

I wondered the same thing and couldn't find any info on the location, but thought it would be on the campus of 1 of the 2 schools in the Super Regional.

*Cortland's website says the site will be announced on Monday.
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3192 on: May 19, 2019, 05:23:48 pm »
Babson MA defeats Trinity CT 10-3 in deciding Trinity region game in Hartford. Trinity had stayed alive earlier Sunday with 12-3 victory over Babson.
 Cortland (34-11-1) opposes Babson (36-8) in Super Regional at TBD. Best of 3 series. Winner to World Series
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3193 on: May 20, 2019, 01:41:08 pm »
Cortland travels to Babson MA for Super Regional best-of-three series beginning Friday at noon, continuing Saturday at 11 a.m.  Winner one of eight teams advancing to World Series in Cedar Rapids IA

Other Super Regionals:
New England College MA (28-16) at UMass-Boston (33-11
Washington & Jefferson PA (35-11) at Misericordia PA (35-11)
Wooster OH (30-13) at Heidelberg OH (33-13)
Coe IA (36-6) at Birmingham Southern (37-13)
Concordia TX (37-11) at Chapman CA (36-11)
Shenandoah VA (35-13) at Johns Hopkins MD (33-11)
Webster MO (35-11) at Concordia-Chicago (42-8)
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Re: BB: SUNYAC
« Reply #3194 on: May 23, 2019, 03:43:11 pm »
Cortland sr starting pitcher Matt Valin named D3 New York Region Pitcher of the Year and Joe Brown NY Region Coach of the Year while St. John Fisher jr 1b Allen Murphy earns NY Region Player of the Year.

All-NY Region First Team honors to Valin along with Cortland jr OF Colin BeVard and jr OF Scott Giordano. Second Team: Oswego so 3b Ryan Enos. Third Team: Cortland sr ss Dan Schweitzer and jr SP Zack Durant, and Oswego jr C Lukas Olsson, sr OF Brandon Nicholson, sr OF Mike Dellicarri, and sr SP Nick DeMarco