by Matt Betts

Right-handed pitcher Owen MacNeil becomes the second former Terrier to twice take home the organization’s top college honour.

And it should come as no surprise given his performance for the University of Charleston last week.

MacNeil threw a seven inning no-hitter as the Golden Eagles beat Concord University 6-0. He struck out five.

On the season, he’s 5-0 with a 2.54 ERA over 11 starts.

MacNeil was also named the Canadian Baseball Network College Player of the Week.

Honourable Mentions

MacNeil’s teammate, AJ Karosas, had three hits, two RBI and a stolen base in the four-game sweep of Concord.

Austin Gomm put together four hits, including a solo home run, and four RBI for LSU Shreveport as they closed out their regular season with a three-game sweep of Texas College.

Infielder Zach Marriott finished his regular season with three hits, two RBI, a stolen base and two hit by pitches. During Hendrix’s Southern Athletic Association championship opening round series against Oglethorpe, Marriott had two hits, a walk, two RBI and was hit by a pitch. The Warriors dropped Game 1 but rallied to win Game’s 2 and 3 to move on to the conference tournament.

Keygan Miksa had another big week, contributing 10 hits, four walks, seven RBI and two stolen bases in six games for SUNY Niagara. He had four hits, two RBI and a stolen base in a 17-0 win over Tompkins Cortland.

Reliever Sam Worthen picked up save No. 11 with two scoreless innings and a strikeout as D’Youville downed Lincoln 3-1 in Game 2 of their series. He was back on the bump in Game 4, throwing a scoreless inning. He allowed a hit and struck out one.

Daniel Freeman had a hit, a walk and a RBI for Cornerstone University.

Josh Cote hit home runs No. 18 and 19 for Northeastern Junior College. In total, he had eight hits, four walks and five RBI in six games.

Central Arizona’s Elijha Hammill chipped in a hit, a walk, a RBI and a stolen base in the Vaqueros 10-3 win over GateWay.

Photo courtesy of University of Charleston Athletics

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