College Round-Up Week 3, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Mar 06, 2018 | Dan Thompson | 245 views
College Round-Up Week 3
Last Tuesday Terriers alumni Zarley Cina of the East Stroudsburg University Warriors ‎was named the NCBWA Atlantic Region Hitter of the Week. Cina hit .611 with a .632 on- base percentage and a 1.111 slugging percentage. He is hitting lead-off for the Warriors who are ranked 10th in their region. Zarley sparked an offense that scored 56 runs and had 96 baserunners in four games. He was 11 for 18 with three homers, seven RBI, eight runs and two stolen bases.

On the season Zarley has five round trippers in his first eight games. He is hitting .441 with 15 hits, 11 RBI and 11 runs scored. Congratulations to Zarley on this honour and his great start to the 2018 campaign. In Buies Creek NC ,Canisius Golden Griffins freshman Jacob Martins was 1-2 with a walk, RBI and run scored in the Griffs Friday night 9-5 win over Campbell College. Jacob had another hit in game one on Saturday, a wild 12-10 loss to Bowling Green, then had two RBI in the night cap, a 9-2 victory. Sunday afternoon Canisius ‎took down #25 NC State by a score of 3-2. That moved their 2018 season record to 8-3. The Saint Leo Lions are 13-2 and have won nine straight. In a 15-12 victory on Sunday Jake Sims launched two homers and had six RBI. Lefty Christian Lazar has three scoreless outings for the winless ‎University of Sioux Falls Cougars. Luke Tevlin of the Binghamton University Bearcats had an RBI single on Sunday in a 6-4 loss to the Richmond Spiders. Luke has a .273 average on the young season. The Bearcats are at Virginia Commonwealth University next weekend before heading into America East Conference play at Stony Brook the following weekend. Jake Foden of the St. Bonaventure Bonnies was 2-4 in a Friday night loss to Western Michigan. Jake is in his JR year after transferring from the Allegany College of Maryland where he put up excellent offensive numbers. In New Orleans on Saturday the Arkansas State Redwolves whacked the Privateers 12-3. The offense was lead by 1B Kyle MacDonand, who was 2-5 with a walk, RBI and two run scored. Kyle is also a junior college transfer, playing two seasons at Crowder College. In his sophomore year Kyle swatted 15 home runs which is a school record with BBCOR. He was also named to the Dean's List in the fall of 2016.