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Dan Fisher

Assistant Director, NESCAC


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BASEBALL Weekly Release #6 - April 26, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recent Results 2010 Standings NESCAC Overall


Monday, April 19
UMass Dartmouth 3 at Tufts 17 EAST W L T W% RF RA W L T W% RF RA
UMass Dartmouth 6 at Tufts 10 1 Tufts 9 2 0 .818 65 45 21 4 0 .840 195 131
Bates 27 at Emerson 2
Bates 16 at Lasell 2 8 inn 2 Bates 5 4 0 .556 42 37 19 8 0 .704 231 124
Tuesday, April 20 3 Trinity 6 5 0 .545 96 67 15 8 0 .652 205 115
Amherst 11 at Brandeis 2
Middlebury 1 at Plattsburgh St. 9 4 Bowdoin 4 5 0 .444 42 45 21 10 0 .677 227 162
Williams 15 at Union 7 5 Colby 2 10 0 .167 53 104 11 15 0 .423 173 168
Bates 2 at Maine 7
Trinity 1 at E. Conn. St. 8
Wednesday, April 21 WEST W L T W% RF RA W L T W% RF RA
Me.-Presque Isle 1 at Bates 24
Williams 17 at Southern Vt. 1 1 Williams 9 2 0 .818 88 58 19 9 1 .672 253 198
Husson 6 at Bowdoin 2 2 Wesleyan 7 4 0 .636 70 58 21 10 0 .677 297 209
E. Conn. St. 18 at Wesleyan 16 8 inn
Me.-Presque Isle 3 at Bates 6 3 Amherst 5 4 0 .556 82 58 15 10 0 .600 223 176
Hamilton 17 vs. St. Lawrence 10 4 Middlebury 4 5 0 .444 66 64 8 13 0 .381 168 195
Friday, April 23
Tufts 5 at Bowdoin 0 * 5 Hamilton 1 11 0 .083 65 133 8 22 0 .267 183 314
Colby 1 at Bates 3 *
Middlebury 13 at Hamilton 1 *
Saturday, April 24 Baseball Player of the Week Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Tufts 7 at Bowdoin 5 *
Bates 7 at Colby 3 * Gordy Webb, Bates Kevin Gilchrist, Tufts
Middlebury 7 at Hamilton 11 * (Junior, C/DH - Hampden, Maine) (Soph., LHP - Medford, Mass.)
Trinity 3 at Amherst 2
Wesleyan 4 at Williams 11 * Webb delivered the big hit in all three of the In what was just the second start of his career,
Middlebury 20 at Hamilton 8 * Bobcats’ games against Colby last week. On Gilchrist fired a complete-game one-hitter to
Trinity 3 at Amherst 11 Friday, his two-run double in the eighth lifted give the Jumbos an important 5-0 win at Bow-
Tufts 4 at Bowdoin 12 *
Bates 7 at Colby 2 * Bates to a 3-1 win. In Saturday’s first game, doin on Friday afternoon. Over nine innings,
Wesleyan 6 at Williams 8 * Webb’s two-run single keyed a five-run sev- Gilchrist struck out five and walked five batters
Sunday, April 25
Colby 2 at St. Joseph’s (ME) 4
enth in a 7-3 victory. During game two, Webb while surrendering just a double with two outs
Colby 4 at St. Joseph’s (ME) 6 cranked a grand slam in a 7-2 decision. He in the sixth inning. Tufts went on to win the
Upcoming Games batted .414 (12-for-29), had an OBP of .500, series over the weekend, 2-1, and captured
Monday, April 26 and slugged .759 with 12 runs scored and 12 the top seed from the East Division.
E. Conn. St. at Tufts 3:00
Bates at Plymouth St. 3:30
driven in during a 7-1 week.
Tuesday, April 27
Bates
Thomas
at Me.-Farmington
at Colby
2:00/DBL
4:00
Notes: Two of the four teams that will participate in the 2010 NESCAC Baseball Championship have been determined.
Tufts University has clinched the top seed out of the East Division and will host this year’s championship on May 7-9, as the
Union at Williams 4:00
Wednesday, April 28 first place team in the East hosts the tournament in even years. Out in the West Division, Williams has secured the top seed
Newbury at Tufts 3:00 thanks to two victories over Wesleyan this past weekend. The remaining two spots are up for grabs, with three teams in the
W. Conn. St. at Trinity 3:30 East still in the mix for the final spot...Amherst junior RHP Ryan Healy (Westport, Conn.) went 2-0 and held opposing batters to
Springfield at Amherst 3:30 a .111 average last week. Improving to 5-3 overall this season, Healy gave up three hits over 8.0 IP and struck out seven while
Middlebury at Skidmore 4:00 walking five. Freshman SS Bob Cook (Winnetka, Ill.) led the Jeffs in hits (5) and runs (4) during a 2-1 week. He went 4-for-5
Hamilton at Cortland St. 4:00 with three runs scored and two RBI in an 11-3 win over Trinity...Bates junior RHP Paul Chiampa (Pembroke, Mass.) played a
Williams at Rensselaer 4:00 key role in the Bobcats’ 7-1 week, as he notched career highs in a 3-1 win over Colby on Friday. Chiampa stuck out eight bat-
Colby at Thomas 4:00
ters and allowed only four baserunners through eight innings of work. He recorded two wins over 13.0 IP with 13 strikeouts...
Bowdoin at Brandeis 4:00
Thursday, April 29 Bowdoin pitcher Carter Butland (Columbus, Ohio) allowed no earned runs and struck out seven batters over eight innings
Wesleyan at Westfield St. 4:00 in Saturday’s win against Tufts. CF Brendan Garner (Swampscott, Mass.) batted .500 in four games last week for the Polar
Williams at Springfield 4:00 Bears, including five stolen bases and five runs scored...Hamilton senior 3B Alex Augustyn (Hillsborough, Calif.) extended
Friday, April 30 his hitting streak to nine games as he had at least one hit in all four outings as part of a 2-2 week for the Continentals. During
Tufts at Bentley 3:00 Saturday’s doubleheader against Middlebury, Augustyn had three home runs. He batted .500 (8-for-16) with two doubles, three
Bates at Bowdoin 3:00 * walks, six runs scored and seven RBI overall last week...Middlebury senior pitcher Matt Lowes (Houston, Texas) hurled nine
Amherst at Middlebury 4:00 * scoreless innings last week, picking up a win in the process. Senior 3B Donald McKillop (Poway, Calif.) hit .647 (11-for-17) in
Saturday, May 1
a 2-2 week, going .692 in a 2-1 series victory against Hamilton. Overall, McKillop had three doubles, a home run, two walks,
Amherst at Middlebury 12:00/DBL *
Bowdoin at Bates 12:00/DBL * seven runs scored and six driven in...Trinity senior pitcher Derek Anderson (Great Falls, Va.) tossed a five-hitter in a 3-2 win
Tufts at Springfield 12:00/DBL at Amherst, recording two strikeouts in the 7-inning, complete-game victory...Tufts soph. C/1B Matt Collins (Hopkinton, Mass.)
Williams at Wesleyan 1:00 * batted .615 (8-for-13) with a .722 on-base percentage and a 1.231 slugging mark during a 4-1 week. After going 4-for-5 with
Hamilton at Vassar 1:00/DBL five runs scored and six RBI with two homers in a doubleheader sweep of UMass Dartmouth, Collins was 4-for-5 with three
Sunday, May 2 runs scored, two RBI, and two walks in the first two games against Bowdoin over the weekend, both wins...Wesleyan senior
Amherst at Fitchburg St. 12:00/DBL Brice Kelly (Austin, Texas) went 6-for-12 (.500) with three runs scored and two RBI over three games last week. He upped his
Middlebury at Tufts 12:00/DBL hitting streak to 10 games and is also three RBI shy of the program’s single-season record...Williams sophomore pitcher Ben
Trinity at Wesleyan 12:00/DBL
Oliva (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) allowed only two hits in six innings of work during a 17-1 victory against Southern Vt. last week.
Westfield St. at Williams 1:00
Plymouth St. at Colby 1:00/DBL He struck out nine batters and did not give up a walk. Senior LF Al Mathews (North Hampton, N.H.) batted .714 (10-for-14) with
* - NESCAC an OBP of .722 and a slugging mark of .857 during a 4-0 week for the Ephs. Mathews scored nine runs and drove in six.

AMHERST · BATES · BOWDOIN · COLBY · CONNECTICUT COLLEGE · HAMILTON · MIDDLEBURY · TRINITY · TUFTS · WESLEYAN · WILLIAMS
New England Small College Athletic Conference BASEBALL Weekly Release #6 - April 26, 2010

2010 NESCAC BASEBALL STATISTICS


Through games of April 25, 2010 (All games)
TEAM BATTING G Avg AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT HITS
Williams 29 .356 1024 253 365 66 29 7 96 108 31-41 Al Mathews WIL 56
Wesleyan 31 .351 1030 294 362 77 11 19 171 143 42-46 Alex Meadow WES 52
Bates 27 .349 903 231 315 63 10 24 105 117 63-71 Julian Sonnenfeld WES 49
Trinity 23 .348 790 205 275 59 11 19 127 167 25-30 James Allison WIL 48
Amherst 25 .347 855 223 297 57 16 19 92 124 39-44 Brice Kelly WES 45
Tufts 25 .331 855 195 283 71 6 15 116 157 34-43
Middlebury 21 .314 732 168 230 47 10 13 96 131 11-15 RUNS SCORED
Colby 26 .311 830 174 258 43 10 7 101 137 51-61 Julian Sonnenfeld WES 44
Bowdoin 31 .307 1004 227 308 69 6 24 131 187 53-66 James Allison WIL 42
Hamilton 30 .297 960 183 285 58 8 13 111 189 63-75 Kyle Weiss WES 41
Alex Meadow WES 35
TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB SO Jacob Simon BAT 35
Tufts 25 3.78 21 4 9 207.0 209 131 87 99 153
RUNS BATTED IN
Trinity 23 4.03 15 8 5 183.0 183 114 82 94 153
Brice Kelly WES 46
Bates 27 4.07 19 8 5 210.0 199 124 95 104 161
Julian Sonnenfeld WES 43
Bowdoin 31 4.26 21 10 4 243.0 255 162 115 130 230
Alex Meadow WES 33
Amherst 25 5.36 15 10 5 203.0 246 176 121 90 138
James Wood TRI 32
Williams 29 5.79 19 9 5 234.2 291 198 151 109 162 Derek Dettorre WES 31
Wesleyan 31 5.84 21 10 5 240.1 299 214 156 95 188
Colby 26 6.10 11 15 5 200.2 232 168 136 102 143 DOUBLES
Middlebury 21 8.03 8 13 0 170.1 239 195 152 97 113 Julian Sonnenfeld WES 22
Hamilton 30 10.16 8 22 1 233.0 363 314 263 176 136 Cameron Susk WIL 13
Brendan Garner BOW 13
TEAM FIELDING G PO A E Pct DP PB SB-ATT Sam Sager TUF 12
Bates 27 630 295 29 .970 19 9 26-41 2 tied with 11 double(s)
Colby 26 601 271 38 .958 14 13 26-34
Bowdoin 31 728 297 46 .957 24 7 24-33 TRIPLES
Tufts 25 621 253 47 .949 26 4 32-36 Robin Allemand WIL 6
Trinity 23 549 235 45 .946 22 13 21-28 Al Mathews WIL 5
Wesleyan 31 721 292 60 .944 19 5 48-58 4 tied with 4 triple(s)
Hamilton 30 699 279 59 .943 26 10 61-66
Amherst 25 609 262 56 .940 16 8 22-32 HOME RUNS
Williams 29 704 319 66 .939 23 3 29-39 Noah Lynd BAT 9
Middlebury 21 511 201 56 .927 14 7 30-35 Julian Sonnenfeld WES 8
James Wood TRI 8
INDIVIDUAL BATTING 3 tied with 5 home run(s)
Min 75% GP/2.0 AB/GM G Avg AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB
Al Mathews WIL 29 .496 113 32 56 30 7 5 0 15 TOTAL BASES
Stephen Rogers TRI 21 .455 66 24 30 17 5 1 1 14 Julian Sonnenfeld WES 95
James Wood TRI 23 .444 90 30 40 32 8 1 8 10 James Wood TRI 74
Donald McKillop MID 21 .442 86 23 38 21 10 0 1 6 James Allison WIL 73
Nikolas Atsalis COL 21 .431 58 11 25 13 2 0 0 7 Al Mathews WIL 73
James Allison WIL 27 .429 112 42 48 28 8 4 3 4 Noah Lynd BAT 72
Pat Barren WIL 27 .424 99 30 42 26 10 1 1 11
STOLEN BASES SB-ATT
Julian Sonnenfeld WES 31 .422 116 44 49 43 22 0 8 29
Brendan Garner BOW 20-20
Mike Samela AMH 22 .416 77 21 32 22 5 4 5 11
Tom Beaton BAT 15-18
Noah Lynd BAT 25 .415 82 27 34 26 11 0 9 16
Pat Murphy BAT 14-15
Richard Newton COL 13-14
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING David LeResche TUF 13-15
Min 20% GP/1.0 IP/GM App ERA W-L Sv IP H R ER BB SO
Hayden Metz AMH 10 1.80 5-0 0 25.0 23 6 5 5 20 STRIKEOUTS IP SO
Derek Anderson TRI 6 2.50 3-1 0 36.0 31 20 10 18 24 Mike Barsotti WES 54.2 69
Pat O’Donnell TUF 8 2.73 3-1 1 29.2 32 15 9 11 14 Oliver Van Zant BOW 39.0 51
Paul Chiampa BAT 9 2.82 4-2 0 51.0 41 24 16 14 44 Paul Chiampa BAT 51.0 44
Oliver Van Zant BOW 7 3.00 5-1 0 39.0 27 16 13 23 51 Brett Yarusi WES 48.0 39
Eddie Nadel WIL 6 3.00 3-1 0 30.0 32 15 10 10 13 Ryan Heide BAT 45.2 36
Karl Alexander BAT 8 3.19 5-1 1 36.2 31 18 13 21 23
Dominick Morrill COL 8 3.22 1-4 0 36.1 24 20 13 21 29
Paul Burgdorf WIL 5 3.34 2-2 0 29.2 29 17 11 6 30
Matt Lowes MID 7 3.68 3-1 0 36.2 36 23 15 13 20

Abbreviation Code
Amherst AMH Middlebury MID
Bates BAT Trinity TRI
Bowdoin BOW Tufts TUF
Colby COL Wesleyan WES
Hamilton HAM Williams WIL