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College Round Up
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, March 25, 2019
The University of Kentucky Wildcats are 14-9. Terrier alum Elliott Curtis is hitting .333 and is slugging .476 Elliott hit his first career NCAA DI homer this past week. 

Infielder Drew Dickerson leads the Youngstown State University Penguins with a. 269 average. He has 14 hits including 3 doubles. Drew's fielding % is. 966


Out in California the Orange Coast Pirates are ranked #1 in the state. They are 20-5-1. Ryan O'Halloran is a big part of their success with a. 350 average in 60 at bats.


SR catcher Matt Vollmer of the Saint Francis University Cougars has a perfect 1.000 FLD % in 15 games played. He is hitting .286


‎RHP Ben Abram continues to be impressive in his Freshman campaign at Oklahoma. 

Ben is 5-0 with a 1.61 ERA. He has struck out 24, has given up only 5 earned runs and allowed just 3 walks. Opponents are hitting a paltry .213 off Ben. The Sooners are 20-4. 


Lefty Jack Anderson has a 1.50 ERA for the Hofstra Pride. The Pride open conference play next weekend in Charleston SC.


Joe Tevlin of the NU Purple Eagles had two excellent games this past week. In an 8-7 Niagara win over the Cincinnati Bearcats Joe was 3-5 with a run scored. He followed that up by catching a 1-0 complete game shut-out by RHP Matt Brash over rival Rider University. 


RHP Sam Turcotte is 2-0 for Stoney Brook University. Sam has fired 14 innings and has a 3.21 ERA. The Seawolves are 10-7. 

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