Mount St. Mary's Baseball Set To Host Wagner In Final Regular Season Series This Weekend For Senior Day

Mount St. Mary's Baseball Set To Host Wagner In Final Regular Season Series This Weekend For Senior Day

MOUNT ST. MARY'S MOUNTAINEERS (7-36) 4-20 NEC vs WAGNER SEAHAWKS (18-25) 10-11 NEC
Thursday, May 18, 3 PM
Emmitsburg, Md.
E.T. Straw Family Stadium

SCHEDULE
Game 1 - Thursday, May 18, 3 PM
Game 2 - Friday, May 19, 1 PM
Game 3 - Friday, May 19, 3:30 PM
Game 4 - Saturday, May20, 1:10 PM

MOUNT UPDATE
The Mountaineers are coming off a four game series at Bryant May 6th and 7th. Bryant completed the weekend sweep against Mount St. Mary's on Sunday afternoon. Six shutout innings helped the Bulldogs push past the Mount 11-1 in the first game of the doubleheader and a twelve hit game helped Bryant top the Mountaineers 6-2 in the second game of the doubleheader.

TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average (min 2 AB/GP): Dennis Stewart (.355), Will Enrico (.321), Vaughn Parker (.285)
Hits: Patrick Causa (45), Tyler Post (41), Jared Urban (41)
Runs: Patrick Causa (23), Tyler Post (20), Zach Hostetter (19)
RBI: Tyler Post (24), Patrick Causa (23), Jared Urban (20),
ERA (min 5.0 IP): Jordan Lawson (5.80), Zach Call (6.70), Michael Collins (6.93)
Strikeouts: Michael Collins (39), Jordan Lawson (34), Trey McGough (31)

SENIORS
Pitcher Zach Call, Pitcher Jordan Lawson, Pitcher Seth Schubert, First Baseman Tyler Post, Catcher/DH Joshua Lenig, Catcher/DH Will Enrico, and Outfielder Zach Hostetter

ABOUT THE SEAHAWKS
In the final regular season home game of the 2017 season, the Wagner College baseball team needed extra innings to deliver a memorable conclusion, as they defeated Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils, 5-4, in 11 innings in game two of Sunday's Northeast Conference (NEC) doubleheader. With the victory, the Seahawks, who split the four-game series with the Blue Devils, improve to 18-25 and 10-11 in league play while CCSU falls to 28-20 and 17-7 in conference games.

ALL-TIME SERIES
Wagner owns a 52-40 advantage in the all-time series with the Mount as the two programs have met 92 times in series history. The Seahawks won five out of the eight games the two teams played last year including a four game sweep in Emmitsburg.