MOUNT ST. MARY'S 11-24 (5-7 NEC) vs WAGNER 12-20 (6-6 NEC)
Thursday, April 18
Emmitsburg, Md. | E.T. Straw Family Stadium
Thursday, April 18 – 3:00 PM
Friday, April 19 – 12:00 PM
Saturday, April 20 – 1:00 PM
The Mount St. Mary's baseball team collected 13 hits but fell to Coppin State 13-10 on Tuesday afternoon at Joe Cannon Stadium. Freshman Ryan Fisher led the Mount offense after he hit 3-for-5 with three runs batted in, a double on the day, and a stolen base on the day.
Fisher and Thomas Savastio combined for six hits, three RBI, three doubles, two runs scored, and a stolen base. With another multi-hit game, Savastio now has seven straight multi-hit games for the Mountaineers. The recently named Northeast Conference Co-Rookie of the Week, Thomas Bramley, hit his second career home run just a couple of days after he hit his first career homer. Trevor Leamer and A.J. Narcise each tabbed multi-hit games with two runs scored, and one RBI in the loss. The Mountaineers stole six bases on the Golden Eagles in the loss, Costello (2), Myles Nicholson, Fisher, Leamer, and Narcise. Ryan Florio and Andrew Malone pitched 2.1 shutout innings of work while they each struck out one batter.
Batting Average (min 2 AB/GP): Myles Nicholson (.406), Patrick Causa (.368), Ryan Fisher (.354)
Hits: Nicholson (52), Causa (42), Alex Kriss (36), Thomas Savastio (34), Zack Costello (32)
Runs: Nicholson (34), Causa (30), Kriss (25), Costello (25), Savastio (22)
HR: Causa (7), Kriss (5), Costello (4), Savastio (4), Pat Daly (3), Fisher (2), Trevor Leamer (2)
RBI: Kriss (38), Causa (25), Costello (20), Nicholson (19), Savastio (18), Leamer (16)
SB: Nicholson (33), Causa (6), Savastio (6), Fisher (6), Costello (3)
ERA: (min 15.0 IP): Noah Smith (2.50), Michael Kuypers (4.34), Trey McGough (4.61)
IP: McGough (41.0), Kuypers (37.1), Smith (36.0), Jordan Geber (35.2)
Strikeouts: Geber (40), McGough (37), Kuypers (28), Smith (21)
ABOUT THE SEAHAWKS
The Wagner College baseball team erupted for a season-high 17 runs on a season-best 22 hits in posting a 17-6 midweek victory over the Saint Peter's University Peacocks on Tuesday afternoon. With the win, the Seahawks move to 12-20 overall while the Peacocks fall to 2-28 on the season.
Eight of the nine Wagner starters had at least one hit while senior Anthony Pecora and junior Freddy Sabido led the offensive barrage at the plate with four hits apiece. Pecora and junior RF Griffin Schneider led the Seahawk offense with four RBs apiece in today's victory. Sabido came around to score a team-leading four times while Pecora and fellow classmate, Joe Silvestrone, scored three runs apiece. Junior right-hander Ryan Lauk (1-2) earned the win after starting the contest with three shutout innings in which he didn't allow a hit while striking out four with two walks.
ALL-TIME SERIES WITH WAGNER
Wagner owns a 62-42 advantage in the all-time series with the Mount as the two programs have met 104 times in series history and the Seahawks have a 24-23 mark in Emmitsburg. Wagner won two out of the three games earlier this year between the two teams on their home field. Last season, the Seahawks swept the Mountaineers in a four game series early in the season and topped Mount St. Mary's 3-1 in the elimination game in the Northeast Conference Tournament.
The Mountaineers host Bucknell for a mid-week non-conference game on Tuesday, April 23 at 3:30 PM.