Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 10, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Apr 10, 2022 | Matt Betts | 628 views
Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 10
Ontario Terrier graduates had some noteworthy performances for their college teams this past week.

O’Halloran holds off Titans offence

Connor O’Halloran (Mississauga, Ont.) continued his strong season with 7 1/3 innings of work in Michigan’s 2-1 Game 1 win over cross country foe Cal State Fullerton. The southpaw allowed one run on seven hits with a walk and four strikeouts.


Karosas comes up with four hits for Kats

Erie Community College won all five of their games last week, taking two from Finger Lakes before sweeping a three-game set from Monroe. AJ Karosas supplied four hits, four walks, and four RBIs for the Kats. In the final game of the week, a 6-4 win over Monroe, he went 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

Mahoney makes things happen for Lake Michigan

It was a busy week for Lake Michigan as they played eight games in seven days. Jacob Mahoney produced 10 hits, three walks, and five RBIs. He went 3-for-4 with three RBI and a walk in a 14-4 Game 3 win over Glen Oaks. The Redhawks were 4-4 on the week.


Forgione with three knocks

Cristian Forgione had three hits, walked once, drove in two, and was hit by a pitch in a three-game series against Rochester Institute of Technology. Despite the effort from their former Terrier, the Saints dropped the series 2-1.


Giorno, Johnson make an impact in lone game

The Adrian College Bulldogs picked up a 9-5 win over Trine in their only game of the week.


Andrew Giorno got the start and worked 6 1/3 innings. He surrendered five runs (four earned) on eight hits. He walked one and struck out two.


Dylan Johnson chipped in a hit and a walk.

Their three-game series against Hope College was postponed.


O’Halloran backs Butler offence

Ryan O’Halloran began his week with a hit, a walk, and a RBI in a 5-2 Butler loss to No. 13 Notre Dame. Then, during a series with Villanova he contributed four hits and two RBI. He went 2-for-4 with a RBI in a 6-4 Game 2 loss. The Bulldogs dropped two of the three games.


Ellis goes four scoreless

Lefty Campbell Ellis of the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams threw four scoreless innings in his Game 2 start versus Davidson. Ellis surrendered a hit, walked two, and struck out four in a 7-2 loss.


Abram provides relief for Sooners

Redshirt junior right hander Ben Abram spun 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief in Oklahoma’s 9-4 Game 3 loss to rival Oklahoma State. He allowed a hit in what was his 12th appearance of the season.


Worthen wins

Sam Worthen earned the win in D’Youville’s 8-4 Game 3 victory over St. Thomas Aquinas. Worthen tossed three innings of relief and allowed one run on five hits with three strikeouts.


Marriott helps Hendrix with his bat

Infielder Zach Marriott had two hits and three RBIs in three games for Hendrix College. His team took 2-of-3 from Berry.


Job does his job

Brandon Job had a hit in Hilbert College’s 13-5 win over the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford.

Ward consistent for Purple Eagles

It wasn’t a great series for Niagara University as they were swept by Monmouth, but Matt Ward was steady at the plate. Ward had a hit in all three games. He was also hit by a pitch in Game 2.


Gomm has extra-base hit.

Austin Gomm legged out a double in Parkland’s 6-5 loss to Danville Area.


Sanasie-Edwards drives in a pair

In a 9-6 loss to Schoolcraft, St. Clair County outfielder Ethan Sanasie-Edwards hit a double and drove in two runs.


Russell has multi-hit game

Julian Russell went 3-for-5 with two doubles and a RBI as Alderson Broaddus dropped their only game of the week to Salem, 10-4.


Earle makes two appearances, picks up win

Lucas Earle picked up his second win of the season by throwing a scoreless inning of relief in Allan Hancock’s 13-12 Game 1 win over L.A. Pierce. He walked one and struck out one in the outing. He was given the ball to start Game 2 and delivered two scoreless innings in a 7-4 win. The left handed hurler gave up a hit, issued a walk, and struck out four.

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