The Mount Baseball Team Hosts Navy For A Mid-Week Game On Wednesday

The Mount Baseball Team Hosts Navy For A Mid-Week Game On Wednesday

MOUNT ST. MARY'S 11-19 (5-4 NEC) vs NAVY 24-11 (11-3, AAC)
Wednesday, April 10
Emmitsburg, Md. | E.T. Straw Family Stadium

Wednesday, April 10 – 3:00 PM

The Mount St. Mary's bats put up nine runs to win the series finale 9-5 at LIU Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon. With the win, the Mount grabbed a big Northeast Conference series win on the road that moved their conference record to 5-4. 

Owen WoslegerPatrick CausaThomas Savastio, and Sebastian Mieses each recorded multi-hit games to lead the Mountaineers offense. Causa and Savastio combined for five RBI, five runs scored, a double, and a home run in the clean-up and fifth spot in the lineup. Mount St. Mary's pitching, Jordan GeberNoah SmithAndrew Dameron, and Dennis Snyder only allowed three earned runs in the win. 

Batting Average (min 2 AB/GP): Myles Nicholson (.388), Patrick Causa (.373), Ryan Fisher (.349)
Hits: Nicholson (40), Causa (38), Alex Kriss (32), Zack Costello (26), Fisher (22)
Runs: Nicholson (29), Causa (27), Kriss (22), Costello (20), Thomas Savastio (16)
HR: Causa (7), Costello (4), Pat Daly (3), Kriss (3), Savastio (3), Fisher (2), Trevor Leamer (2)
RBI: Kriss (32), Causa (25), Costello (17), Leamer (14), Nicholson (13), Savastio (12)
SB: Nicholson (29), Causa (6), Fisher (5), Savastio (5)
ERA (min 15.0 IP): Noah Smith (1.72), Michael Kuypers (2.86), Trey McGough (4.61)
IP: McGough (41.0), Kuypers (34.2), Jordan Geber (31.2), Smith (31.1)
Strikeouts: McGough (37), Geber (36), Kuypers (23), Smith (16)

The Navy baseball team (24-11, 11-3 Patriot League) dropped the final game of the weekend series against Holy Cross (9-24, 5-5 Patriot League), 4-1, on Sunday at Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium. Despite the loss, the Midshipmen won the regular-season series against Crusaders, 3-2. Zach Biggers wrapped up his strong series with a 3-for-4 day at the plate and he scored Navy's only run of the game. Liam Lowery drove in the Midshipmen's lone run and he went 1-for-4 to close out the weekend.

The Mount holds a 6-3 lead in the all-time series with Navy since moving to NCAA Division I in 1989. The Mountaineers are 2-1 all-time at home against Navy, including a 5-4 win on March 30, 2011, in the last matchup between the two teams in Emmitsburg. The Midshipmen won the mid-week matchup earlier this year at Navy, 11-7.

The Mountaineers will head to Fairleigh Dickinson for a Northeast Conference three game series matchup this weekend April 12 – 14 with the first game of the series beginning at 3 PM on Friday, April 12.