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College Round Up
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, February 17, 2015
ALUMNI UPDATES.... The 2015 College Baseball season kicked off this past week.

Here is an update on how Terrier alumni players started their campaigns. ‎* Bruce Yari of the UBC Thunderbirds is picking up where he left off last year, swinging a very hot bat. After the first two weeks of the young season Bruce is hitting .409, 18 hits, 19 RBI and a SLG% of .705 He also has six doubles and a home run. * The Maine Black Bears dropped their first three games to Milwaukee this past weekend, but SR outfielder Brian Doran got off to a great start at the plate going 6 for 11. Maine picked up their first victory in game four on Sunday. Brian had two RBI in a 6-4 win. * RHP Cal Quantrill was honored with opening day duties on the mound for the Stanford Cardinal. Cal got a no decision versus the Indiana Hoosiers. He went 5.2 innings, struck out six and allowed just one run. * Cole Peragine of the Stony Brook University Seawolves had the big hit in their 6-0 opening day victory over Nicholls State. Leading 2-0 in the fifth Cole stepped in and delivered a two RBI double down the right field line to make the score 4-0. Cole would also score later in the inning. Outfielder Toby Handley also scored for the Seawolves. * Lefty Zach Sloan came out of the bullpen for the Canisius Golden Griffins and struck out the only batter he faced in the Griffs 8-4 loss to Maryland. * ‎David Head of the Northern Kentucky Norse was 2-4 and 2-5 (.364) in an opening weekend double header split with Campbell University. ‎* Infielder Mattingly Romanin of the Chicago State Cougars was 3-5 in a 10-8 loss to Charleston Southern. In game two, Mattingly had 4 RBI in a 12-11 Cougar loss. ‎* Scrappy shortstop Geoff Seto of the Niagara University Purple Eagles had two hits opening day at the Governors Challenge in Clarkesville TN.
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