Area Roundup

Posted: February 25, 2013

JMU Splits Doubleheaders
 
HARRISONBURG
—  Outfielder Chad Carroll went 3-for-4 with a home run, a triple, four RBIs and four runs scored to help James Madison beat Binghamton 14-1 and salvage a split in a non-conference baseball doubleheader Sunday.

JMU lost the opener 5-1.

The Dukes, who also split with Binghamton on Saturday (they followed an 8-4 loss with a 9-1 win) are now 2-5; the Bearcats are 2-2.

JMU scored nine runs in the third inning of Sunday’s second game. First baseman Matt Tenaglia went 3-for-4 with three runs and an RBI, and right fielder Cole McInturff went 2-for-5 with a home run and five RBIs.

The Dukes were limited to six hits in Sunday’s first game, and didn’t score until the final inning.

Saturday Game 1

Binghamton         402 200 0 – 8  9 0
James Madison   022 000 0 – 5  8 3

Lambert, Kaufman (6) and Danaher; Toohers, Hoover (4) and Hanson. W—Lambert (1-0). L—Toohers (0-2). HRs—Binghamton: Smucker (1).

Saturday Game 2

Binghamton         100 000 000 – 1   8 1
James Madison   220 201 20x – 9 12 0

Lynch, Grillini (4), Lemen (9) and Musin; Drayer, Gunst (6) and Merullo. W—Drayer (1-0). L—Lynch (0-1). Sv—Gunst (1). HRs—JMU: McFarland (2), Shaban (2).

Sunday Game 1

Binghamton         000 300 2 – 5  9 0
James Madison   000 000 1 – 1  6 3

Rogalla, Ostner (6) and Danaher; Church, Root (6, Garner (7) and Hanson. W—Rogalla (1-0). L—Ostner (0-1). Sv—Church (1).  HRs—Binghamton: Smucker (2).

Sunday Game 2

Binghamton          000 100 000 –   1   3 1
James Madison   409 000 01x – 14 16 1

Meleski, Palumbo (3), Cryts (5), Swindells (7), Urbanski (8) and Pancerella; Howerton, Cundiff (7), Roberts (8), Huffman (9) and San Martin. W—Howerton (1-0). L—Meleski (0-1). HRs—JMU: Carroll (1), McInturff (1).


BC Baseball Sweeps Two Series: Third baseman Andrew Hacker had seven hits in nine at-bats to lead Bridgewater College to an 11-3, 10-3 sweep of Juniata in a non-conference baseball doubleheader Sunday in Bridgewater.

The Eagles, who also swept Messiah 7-4, 6-4 on Saturday, improved to 4-1; Juniata dropped to 0-2.

Right fielder Jonathan Mason appeared to hit a walk-off grand slam in the ninth inning of Saturday’s opening game, but the umpires ruled Mason out when he passed a base-runner between first and second base. All runners were sent back to their original bases and play continued after BC manager Curt Kendall put the game under protest. During the 11th inning, the coaches ruled on the protest and gave BC the win in order to allow for enough time for the second half of the doubleheader.

Mason was credited with a three-run single.

He also collected three RBIs in Saturday’s second game, and then went 2-for-4 in Sunday’s first game before hitting a true home run in the second one.

Saturday Game 1

Messiah           003 010 000 – 4   8 1
Bridgewater   000 120 013 – 7 10 3

Lapp, Marshall (8), Moody (9), Ridings (9) and Sletta; Armentrout, Corbin (6), Petock (7) and Smith. W—Corbin (1-0). L—Moody (0-1). HRs—Bridgewater: Armstrong (1).

Saturday Game 2

Messiah           000 021 1 – 4  7 1
Bridgewater    014 010 x – 6  4 2

Broomell, Young (3), Moody (5), Marshall (6) and Shipman, Sletta (6); Henshaw, Conley (7), Slanovec (7). W—Henshaw (1-0). L—Broomell (0-1). Sv—Slanovec (1) HRs—Messiah: Lapp(1).

Sunday Game 1

Juniata              000 021 000 –   3  6 1
Bridgewater    120 021 50x – 11 15 0

Fulton, Storm (5), Groninger (6), Williams (7) and Gray; Gallet, Slanovec (9) and Smith, Hensley (9). W—Gallet (1-0). L—Fulton(0-1). HRs—Bridgewater: Clyde.

Sunday Game 2

Juniata             000 101 001 –   3  10 3
Bridgewater    120 320 20x – 10    9 2

Sforza, Morrison (4), DeYulius (6), Green (7), Sinisi (8) and Gray, Geyer (8); Lucas, Cockerham (8), Smith (9) and Hoffman, Hensley (8). W—Lucas (1-0). L—Sforza (0-1). HRs—Bridgewater: Mason.

 
EMU Baseball Sweeps Two Series: Catcher Jonathan Estrada went 5-for-8 with five runs scored and four RBIs to lead Eastern Mennonite University to a 9-1, 16-2 sweep of Mount Saint Vincent in a non-conference baseball double-header Sunday in Harrisonburg.

The Royals, who also swept Cairn on Saturday, improved to 7-5; the Dolphins dropped to 0-3.

Second baseman Ryan McAlister had three hits, four RBIs and two runs scored in the two Saturday wins. He then hit a home run on Sunday.

Saturday Game 1

Cairn     013 000 0 – 4 8 3
EMU      022 110 x – 6 6 2

Sanville, DeLuca (6) and Colon; Harlow and Estrada. W—Harlow (2-1). L—Sanville (0-1).

Saturday Game 2

Cairn     001 110 0 –  3 10 1
EMU      070 004 x – 11 13 0

Nieves-Marke, Rohrs (3), Gordon (7) and Rendon; Dewald, Romano (7) and Vinniski. W—Dewald (1-1). L—Nieves-Marke (0-1). HRs—EMU: Rodriguez.

Sunday Game 1

MSV      000 000 1 – 1   3 4
EMU      301 005 x – 9 13 0

Krolikowski, Dionisio (6), McQuade (6) and Hoxha; Posey and Estrada. W—Posey (2-0). L—Krolikowski (0-1).

Sunday Game 2

MSV      010 001 0 –   2   7 4
EMU      413 143 x – 16 17 0

Kuczinski, Puma (4), Gentile (5) and Hoxha, Rieth (4); Stanley, Armstrong (7) and Estrada, Vinniski (6). W—Stanley (2-1). L—Kuczinski (0-1). HRs—EMU: McAlister.


 JMU Softball Loses: Left fielder Shellie Landry went 3-for-3 with two home runs, three runs scored and four RBIs to lead Louisiana-Lafayette to a 9-1 win over James Madison in an NFCA Leadoff Classic softball game Sunday in Clearwater, Fla.

The No. 12 Ragin’ Cajuns improved to 12-2; the Dukes, who split two games on Saturday, dropped to 7-3.

JMU finished the three-day tournament 3-2. The Dukes defeated No. 14 South Florida 1-0 on Saturday, after losing 3-1 to Indiana.


Salisbury Softball Sweeps EMU: Third baseman Katie Sebbane recorded five hits in six at-bats to lead Salisbury to a 6-0, 10-2  sweep of Eastern Mennonite University in a non-conference women’s softball doubleheader Sunday in Salisbury, Md.

The Sea Gulls improved to 2-0; the Royals dropped to 0-2.

Salisbury pitcher Rachel Johnson struck out 14 Royals in a complete-game, three-hit shutout in the first game. The second game was called after five innings.


BC Softball Splits Doubleheader: For the second consecutive day, the Bridgewater College softball team split a doubleheader, beating Mississippi College 5-1 Sunday before losing 5-0 to No. 23 Emory.

The Eagles, who also beat the Choctaws and lost to Emory on Saturday, are now 2-2.


BC Wins Inaugural Lacrosse Game: Landon Elmore and Nick Pray scored two goals apiece to lead Bridgewater College to an 8-4 victory over Transylvania on Saturday in the school’s first-ever men’s lacrosse game.

The visiting Pioneers dropped to 0-1.

More than 500 fans were in attendance at Jopson Field for the program’s opening game, and the Eagles never trailed.



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