Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 15, News (Terriers Baseball)

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May 15, 2022 | Matt Betts | 274 views
Terriers College Baseball Roundup Week 15
Last week featured a little bit of everything from former Ontario Terriers, including a conference championship and All-Conference selections.

MacNeil makes two starts and named Pitcher of the Week, Charleston wins conference
Right hander Owen MacNeil took to the mound last Monday and delivered six scoreless innings in a 14-0 Charleston victory over West Virginia State. MacNeil allowed one hit, one walk, and struck out 10. The performance earned him  Mountain East Conference Pitcher of the Week.

He was back on the mound in Game 3 of the Mountain East Conference tournament against Concord. In that one he threw a complete game, seven innings and surrendered one run on five hits in a 15-1 win. He issued four walks and struck out seven.

The Charleston Golden Eagles would then go on to win the MEC Tournament.

Johnson selected to Second Team
Dylan Johnson was named to the All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Second Team for his strong season with the Adrian Bulldogs. Johnson finished the campaign second on the team with a .331 average and fielded at a .988 clip.

During the MIAA Tournament, Johnson had a hit and two walks as the Bulldogs were eliminated after a pair of losses.

Karosas gets on as Kats take Sub Regional series
It's quite the run the Erie Community College Kats have been on the last few weeks. After SUNY Broome had to forfeit their Regional series, the Kats swept a pair of games from SUNY Adirondack to win the Region 3 Sub Regional series. AJ Karosas chipped in a hit, two walks, and three RBI for the victors. The Kats have now won 22 straight games.

Ellis wins his third
Campbell Ellis tossed five innings and gave up one run on three hits as the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams thumped the University of Massachusetts 26-2 in Game 1 of their three-game series. Ellis walked one and punched out five to improve to 3-4.

Marriott an Honourable Mention
Infielder Zach Marriott was recognized as an All-Southern Athletic Association Honourable Mention. Marriott hit .340 with a 1.001 OPS for Hendrix College.

Ward chips in four hits against Jaspers
The Niagara Purple Eagles entered their series with the Manhattan Jaspers as winners of four straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference series. That run came to an end as the Purple Eagles dropped the series 2-1, but Terrier alumni Matt Ward had four hits, a walk, a RBI, and two stolen bases in the three games. He went 3-for-5 with a RBI and a stolen base in a 19-12 Game 1 loss.

Gomm gathers three hits
Austin Gomm amassed three hits, two walks, a RBI, and a stolen base in three games played for Parkland College.

O'Halloran has four hits
Despite Butler dropping all four of their games this past week, Ryan O'Halloran was able to put together four hits, a walk, and a RBI for the Bulldogs. He was 2-for-3 in a 14-6 Game 2 loss to Creighton.

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