Alumnus Cole Peragine Goes 4 For 6, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Alumnus Cole Peragine Goes 4 For 6
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Terriers Cole Peragine (pictured) went 4-6 with three RBI to lead the Stony Brook Seawolves to an 11-2 win over the Fordham Rams this week. Cole was named the SR Terriers MVP this past season, and has got his college baseball career off to a great start.

Seventeen games into his freshman year Cole is hitting .288 and has 12 RBI which is good for second best on the team. Peragine has started 17 out of 18 games at shortstop and has a .944 fielding percentage. Other alumni news... * Tavis Bruce leads the UBC Thunderbirds with a 4-0 record. He has a microscopic 1.57 ERA and opponents are hitting just .203 off the right hander. * Freshman shortstop Mattingly Romanin of the Chicago State Cougars is hitting .326 to go along with a .420 ob%in eleven games. *Binghamton University Bearcats Joel Stubbs (3B) had two hits, two RBI and scored two runs in a 13-10 win over Villanova this past week. *Righthander Matt Betts has had some good outings for the University of West Alabama Tigers of late. In games against Catawba, West Georgia, University of Montevallo and Delta State University he scattered six hits in nine innings pitched. * In fourteen games this season, freshman right fielder Brian Doran sports a .293 average and a .370 ob% for the University of Maine Black Bears. * Jordan Mountford hit his first college home run this past week for the Bryant University Bulldogs, who have won five straight.
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