For the second time this season a pitcher is the top former college player out of the Terriers’ organization.

Right-hander Owen MacNeil got the start for the University of Charleston in their second game against Wheeling and threw 4.1 innings. He allowed one run on two hits, walked two and struck out seven.

The Golden Eagles went on to win the game 5-1.

Over five starts this season, MacNeil owns a 2-0 record with a 1.11 ERA.

Honourable Mentions

Lefty Campbell Ellis came on in relief for the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams and tossed four scoreless innings in a 6-3 victory over Princeton. He allowed one hit and fanned six.

Rutgers catcher Hugh Pinkney had three hits, a RBI and was hit by a pitch.

Cameron Chee-Aloy chipped in three hits, three walks, a RBI and was hit by a pitch in four games for Illinois.

Sam Worthen picked up his third save of the season by throwing a scoreless inning in a 7-5 Game 2 win over Goldey Beacom. Back on the mound in Game 4, which ended in an 8-7 loss, he threw 1.2 innings and surrendered an unearned run on a hit with two strikeouts.

Back to the University of Charleston, AJ Karosas had two hits, walked four times, drove in three and stole a base in four games.

Last week’s Terriers College Player of the Week, Zach Marriott, had two hits, two walks, a RBI, a stolen base and was hit by four pitches as Hendrix College swept three games from Millsaps. The Warriors have now won 10 games in a row.

Niagara University teammates Matt Ward and Jason Green played well for the Purple Eagles. Ward collected two hits, walked twice and drove in two in five games, while Green hit a solo home run in an 8-5 midweek win over James Madison

Elijha Hammill had a hit and worked a walk in Central Arizona’s 12-5 win over Yavapai.

Photo courtesy of University of Charleston Athletics

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