Baseball 2015: Thomas College

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:33 am

Thomas Takes Two Over Lyndon

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas baseball team picked up a pair of North Atlantic Conference wins over Lyndon State on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Hornets 13-3 in game one and 1-0 in a low-scoring second game to complete the two-game sweep.

The Terriers improve to 16-17 overall and 14-8 in conference play on the season. The Hornets drop to 8-22 overall and 7-13 in conference.

GAME ONE

Thomas used 12 hits and took advantage of eight Hornet errors to cruise to a 13-3 win in game one of the doubleheader. Anree Benitez went 4-for-4 with four runs scored to lead the Terriers.

The two teams traded runs in the first two innings, as Benitez came across to score in the first on a fielder's choice and Dylan Newton hit a solo homerun for Lyndon in the second.

The Terriers broke it open in the bottom of the third, putting four runs on the board to take a 5-1 lead. Nik Beeson, Matt Romandetti and Beau Ewton each collected one run batted in. This started a run of four consecutive innings scoring at least one run for Thomas.

Benitez would score again on an error in the fourth inning. Alex Curtis drove home Michael De Los Santos on a RBI single down the right field line and Ewton would also score on a throwing error by the Hornets.

Thomas scored three more runs off of Lyndon errors in the sixth inning, along with Ewton and Brett Sommers driving in one each to cap off a five-run sixth for the Terriers as they went on to victory.

Seven different Thomas batters had at least one hit, while Benitez, Beeson and Ewton each had multi-hit games. Matt Rutherford went the complete game for his third win, tying a season-high with five strikeouts.

GAME TWO

Dominic Esposito and Nik Beeson combined to allow just four hits as the Terriers won 1-0 in a pitcher's duel in the second game of the doubleheader. Esposito went six innings and allowed just three hits to collect his third win of the season in his first start. Beeson picked up his fourth save, closing out the game in the seventh with two strikeouts.

Thomas got the game's lone run in the bottom of the first inning, as Benitez led-off by reaching on an error by Lyndon and was bunted over to second by Joe Quinlan. Beeson followed up with a single to put runners on first and third with one out.

Romandetti would hit into a fielder's choice, as Beeson was put out at second but Romandetti was safe at first and Benitez came in from third to take the 1-0 lead.

The Hornets left three runners on base over the next six innings as Esposito avoided trouble and held the Lyndon bats at bay.

Beeson and Ewton had their second straight multi-hit games to lead the Terriers at the plate.

Thomas and Lyndon will square-off again tomorrow, April 26 for a doubleheader starting at 12:00 PM from H. Allen Ryan Field.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:33 am

Terriers Tumble Against Hornets on Senior Day

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas baseball team dropped a pair of games to Lyndon State Sunday afternoon on Senior Day. The Hornets powered their way to an 11-2 game one victory and came from behind for the 8-5 win in the second game.

The losses put the Terriers at 16-19 overall and a third-place in the conference with a record of 14-10. Lyndon moves into a tie for fourth-place in the conference at 9-13 while improving to 10-22 overall.

GAME ONE

Anree Benitez and Michael De Los Santos each had two hits but it was not enough as the Terriers surrendered 11 runs on 14 hits in an 11-2 game one loss to the Hornets.

Dylan Newton went 4-for-5 with three runs scored, five RBI's and a two-run homer in the first inning to power Lyndon at the plate. Mason Brewer went the complete game, allowing just two unearned runs while striking out eight.

The Terriers used six different pitchers in the game. Sean Twohig pitched the seventh inning and struck out three batters.

Thomas scored runs in the second and seventh innings, as De Los Santos scored on a Hornet throwing error in the second and Chris Moran collected his first RBI of the season on a single that drove in Alex Curtis.

GAME TWO

The Terriers held a 5-2 lead after five innings, but a two-run sixth followed by a four-run seventh gave the Hornets a come-from-behind 8-5 win to sweep Sunday's doubleheader and split the four weekend games with Thomas.

The bats got going early for the Terriers, sending two runs across in the first. Derek Kane and Michael De Los Santos each collected a RBI on singles.

Both teams went scoreless over the next two innings until Thomas plated a run in the fourth inning on a Lyndon error that allowed Anree Benitez to score.

The Hornets got on the board in the top of the fifth, as Andre Eason singled home a run and Kevin Tufo came in to score on a Terrier error.

Thomas would respond in the bottom half of the inning, getting the two runs right back. Nik Beeson scored one run on a throwing error by Lyndon, while Alex Curtis drove in another on a double to right center to extend the Terrier lead to 5-2.

In the top of the sixth, the Hornets pulled within one run, as Ian Macgregor and Kevin Tufo each recorded a RBI in the two-run inning.

After Dylan Newton tied the game up in the top of the seventh with a RBI single off of Nik Beeson, Reece Tanguay hit what turned into a game-winning two-run homer over the right field fence to give Lyndon the lead.

The Hornets added an extra run on a passed ball to go into the bottom of the inning up 8-5. Starter Jeff Williams closed it out for the complete game win.

Isiah Fleming started on the mound for Thomas and went 5.2 innings, allowing 10 hits and four runs (three earned) with six strikeouts. Beeson took the loss, allowing four hits and four runs (three earned) with one strikeout in 1.1 innings.

Curtis and Matt Romandetti each had three-hit games and Benitez had two hits and two runs scored to lead Thomas at the plate.

The Terriers will return to the field on Tuesday, April 28 for their regular-season finale in a one-game matchup against the Saint Joseph's College Monks. Game-time is scheduled for 3:00 PM.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:28 am

Thomas Falls in Regular Season Finale to Saint Joseph's

STANDISH, ME - The Thomas baseball team fell to Saint Joseph's College 9-1 in a nine inning contest on Tuesday afternoon. Anree Benitez had two hits for the Terriers on the day.

Thomas concludes the regular season with an overall record of 16-20, and had already clinched a third-place finish in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) with a 14-10 mark. The Monks improve to 24-14 on the season.

The Terriers got the lead in the top of first, as Matt Romandetti doubled to left field and Joe Quinlan came in to score from third to take the 1-0 lead.

Thomas held the lead until the third inning, when the Monks plated two runs with one RBI each from Lincoln Sanborn and Joe Coyne.

Saint Joseph's distanced themsevles in the next inning, going for five runs to take a commanding 7-1 lead. Four different Monk batters collected RBI in the five-run fourth.

The Monks would add two more in the seventh and close out the Terriers for the 9-1 win. Starter Matt Wojciak went six innings to record the win for Saint Joseph's, striking out 12 Terriers on the day.

Matt Rutherford took the loss for Thomas, going three innings and giving up three hits, two earned runs with one strikeout. Peyton Kennison, Rett Adams, Dominic Esposito and Derek Kane all made appearances on the mound.

The Terriers will now look forward to the NAC Tournament, beginning on May 1 and continuing through May 3.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat May 02, 2015 9:22 am

Terriers Stun Eagles on Day One of NAC Tourney

CASTLETON, VT – The Thomas baseball team plated three runs in the top of the ninth inning to break a 7-7 tie en route to upsetting the second-seeded Husson University Eagles in the opening round of the North Atlantic Conference Tournament at Spartan Field on Friday afternoon.

Michael De Los Santos led the Terriers by going 4-for-4 with one RBI, one walk and five runs scored. Beau Ewton homered as part of his 3-for-4 day while providing three RBIs and two runs. Dominic Esposito earned the win in relief after tossing 1.1 innings, allowing one run on three hits with one strikeout. Nik Beeson collected his fifth save of the season after throwing a scoreless ninth inning.

Thomas (17-20) grabbed the game's first lead when Christopher Esquivel provided a one-out, bases-loaded sacrifice fly to score De Los Santos. The Terriers loaded the bases after De Los Santos' one-out single, Ewton's hit by pitch, followed by Ryder Kenney, who reached on an Eagle fielding error. Thomas then plated another run in the fourth to take a 2-0 lead when Esquivel contributed another sac fly that scored De Los Santos.

Husson (26-16) cut the deficit to 2-1 after a passed ball on a strike three allowed Kyle Bishop to scamper home from third for the Eagles' first run of the day. Two runs in the fifth thanks to Ryan Rebar's RBI single and Bishop's sac fly gave Husson a 3-2 lead.

Thomas pulled even at 3-3 in the sixth on Esquivel's third sac fly of the game. After Husson went down in order in the bottom of the sixth, Ewton's three-run homer sparked Thomas' four-run output in the seventh inning as the Terriers charged ahead, 7-3. The Eagles kept pace and responded with three runs in the bottom of the seventh and then tied the game in the eighth when Christian Corneil scored on a groundout.

With the game knotted at 7-7 heading into the ninth inning, De Los Santos and Ewton reached on back-to-back one-out singles and De Los Santos came home after a Husson throwing error. The Terriers received two more runs later on another Eagle error to take a 10-7 lead. Following Bishop's one out-single, Beeson sat down the next two batters to seal the game for Thomas.

De Los Santos scored five of the 10 Terriers runs on the day, while Ewton and Esquivel each finished with three RBI's. Matt Rutherford drew the start and went the first 6.2 innings, recording two strikeouts.

Thomas will now face-off against the top-seeded Castleton Spartans tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM in the winner's bracket. The winner will advance to the championship round, while the loser will face Husson in an elimination game.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun May 03, 2015 3:44 am

Thomas Advances to the Championship Round in NAC Tourney

CASTLETON, VT - The Thomas baseball team has advanced to play for the North Atlantic Conference Championship on Sunday. The Terriers were handed a 12-1 loss this morning by the Castleton Spartans, but fought off elimination by defeating the Husson Eagles 5-2 and move on to get another shot at the Spartans in the final.

THOMAS-CASTLETON RECAP

The Spartans (30-10) belted three home runs in the a back-breaking eighth inning and homered four times overall to surge into the North Atlantic Conference Title game with a 12-1 victory over Thomas (18-21) on Saturday morning at Spartan Field.

Castleton led just 4-1 before scoring six times in the eighth inning, punctuated by home runs from Tyler Hoare, Nick Swim and Dan Errico. Hoare added another home run in the ninth to cap off his impressive day. The senior finished the day 3-for-5 with five RBI while Swim added three hits and five RBI as well.

Playing as the visitor, the Spartans opened up the scoring in the top of first as Tyler Lord led off with a single, was bunted by Taylor Vile to second and came around to score on a single by Swim.

Castleton extended their lead in the sixth inning as two of the first three runners reached. Hoare came up and drilled a ball over the centerfielder's head for a 2 RBI double and a 3-0 advantage. Soren Pelz-Walsh added an RBI on a fielder's choice to make it 4-0.

In the bottom of the frame, Thomas finally got on the board. Anree Benitez led off with a single and with one out Derek Kane and Nik Beeson both singled to load the bases. Matt Romandetti followed with an RBI single up the middle to cut the deficit to just 4-1. However, Jim Buckley made a nice pick at first on a grounder by Michel De Los Santos and tagged first before going to second for the inning-ending double play.

The Terriers wouldn't get another hit as the Spartans exploded for eight runs in the two innings.

Isiah Fleming took the loss, going six innings and giving up four runs, two earned, while walking three and striking out four. No Thomas player had more than one hit on the day, though Benitez went 1-for-2 with a run and two walks.

THOMAS-HUSSON RECAP

Anree Benitez went 5-for-5 and scored twice to lead the Terriers to a 5-2 victory against the Husson University Eagles in Saturday's elimination game of the North Atlantic Conference Tournament at Spartan Field.

Thomas struck for two runs in the bottom of the first inning following RBI singles by Nik Beeson and Michael De La Santos. Thomas grabbed another run in the second when Derek Kane reached on a bases-loaded fielder's choice that scored Christopher Esquivel as the Terriers owned a 3-0 advantage through two innings.

Husson then trimmed the deficit to 3-2 after plating a pair of runs in the fifth inning. Kyle Bishop chipped in a one-out RBI single and then Brandon Gendreau came home after the Terriers' catcher overthrew third base on a pickoff attempt.

Thomas got back a run in the home half of the fifth when De La Santos singled in Beeson to give the Terriers a 4-2 lead.

Both teams went scoreless in the sixth and seventh as Husson was aided by Dan Whitney, who struck out the first batter he faced after entering in the seventh with bases loaded and two outs. Husson then left runners at first and second in the top of the eighth after Dominic Esposito escaped the jam, aided by Andrew Curran's diving catch to end the threat.

The Terriers then scored the game's final run and took a 5-2 lead in the bottom of the eighth on Beeson's RBI single up the middle. Husson went down in order in the top of the ninth to end the game.

Kane scattered four hits over five innings and recorded four strikeouts to earn the win. Esposito went the remaining four innings to earn his second save of the year.

Thomas will now take on the Castleton Spartans for the NAC Championship. The Terriers will need to defeat the Spartans twice tomorrow to take home the crown. The first game is scheduled to get underway at 10:00 AM.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon May 04, 2015 4:07 am

Thomas Taken Out By Castleton in NAC Championship

CASTLETON, VT - The Thomas baseball team was defeated by the Castleton Spartans 14-2 in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship this afternoon at Spartan Field. It is the second consecutive title for the Spartans. The Terriers finish as the runner-up in conference.

Castleton didn't waste any time in setting the tone, as the reigning NAC Champions manufactured five runs off three hits in the bottom of the first to take a 5-0 lead. After back-to-back runners reached base to open the inning, Nick Swim singled through the left side of the infield to plate the first runner of the game.

Dan Errico followed with a bases-clearing triple before Nate Swahn brought him home with a single to right. Tyler Hoare capped off the scoring with a fielder's choice to short to drive in the fifth Spartan run of the afternoon and put the squad ahead by five.

In the second, Errico drove home his third run of the ballgame to push the hosts' lead to six. With one out in the frame, Taylor Vile dropped a bunt down the third base line for a single, and two batters later, Errico mashed a double to straightaway center to bring home the second baseman home and give Castleton a 6-0 lead.

After adding a run in the fourth, the Spartans tacked on two more in the following frame. Jim Buckley led off the inning with a line drive single to right before Bahan belted a two-run shot to left center to stake the Spartans to a 9-0 advantage.

Thomas got on the board in the top of the sixth with one run to close the gap to eight. Jurkiewicz walked the first three batters of the frame before Michael De Los Santos grounded into a 4-6-3 double play that allowed the first Terrier run of the game to score.

However, the Spartans responded in the bottom half of the inning with two runs of their own to go ahead by ten. Swim led off the frame with a ground-rule double to center, and Errico followed with a RBI single to left. After Swahn flew out, Buckley and Hoare hit back-to-back singles before Bahan ripped a shot into right to plate a run and give the hosts an 11-1 lead.

Ryder Kenney broke up Jurkiewicz's no-hit bid in the top of the seventh after doubling to deep left center. In the ninth, Brett Sommers collected an RBI on a groundout that plated De Los Santos for the second Terrier run.

Peyton Kennison took the loss for Thomas after giving up four runs off of two hits. Eight Terriers made appearances on the mound. De Los Santos singled and walked to led the team offensively, as Thomas was able to draw eight walks on the day but could not collect many hits.

The Terriers conclude their 2015 season as the conference runner-up and with an overall record of 18-22. Nik Beeson finished second in the conference in batting average (.383) and saves (5) while Anree Benitez finished fourth in batting average (.371), second in stolen bases (15) and led the conference with 38 runs scored.

Matt Rutherford finished third in innings pitched (52.0) and sixth in earned run average (2.60) while Isiah Fleming finished tied for fifth with 31 strikeouts and seventh in ERA (2.98).

Benitez, along with teammates Michael De Los Santos and Dominic Esposito were named to the NAC All-Tournament Team.

All-Tournament Team
Nick Swim – Castleton (MVP)
Devin Hayes – Castleton
Tyler Hoare – Castleton
Dominic Esposito – Thomas
Michael De Los Santos – Thomas
Anree Benitez – Thomas
Tom Grady – Maine-Farmington
Dustin McCrossin – Maine-Farmington
Kyle Bishop – Husson
Jordan Carter – Husson
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed May 06, 2015 6:24 am

Four Terriers Named All-Conference in Baseball

WHITINGHAM, VT - The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) has announced the 2015 season awards for baseball and four Terriers have been recognized.

Junior shortstop Nik Beeson has been to the All-Conference First Team, while juniors Anree Benitez (Outfield) and Derek Kane (Utility) along with freshman Michael De Los Santos (Third Base) have all been named to the All-Conference Second Team.

Beeson finished second in the conference in batting average (.383), on-base percentage (.468) and saves (5). The junior set career-highs across the board offensively, totaling 46 hits in 120 at-bats with six doubles, 17 runs scored, 24 RBI, 16 walks and three stolen bases. Beeson also appeared in 10 games on the mound and recorded one win, five saves and 13 strikeouts in 14 innings pitched. This is the second straight season on the All-Conference First Team for Beeson.

Benitez led the conference by scoring 38 runs as the Terriers lead-off hitter, and also finished second in stolen bases with 15. The junior centerfielder also finished in the top 10 in batting average (4th), hits (3rd), doubles (T-6th) and batting average (4th). Benitez makes his second consecutive appearance on the All-Conference team, being named to the First Team last season.

De Los Santos finshed his freshman season out strong for the Terriers, putting together a tremendous tournament weekend, going 9-for-15 (.600) with six runs scored, three RBI and three walks. For the season, the third baseman finished with a .333 batting average, collecting 41 hits in 123 at-bats, along with five doubles, one triple, 19 runs scored, 14 RBI and 13 walks.

Kane finished in the top 10 in multiple offensive categories, including hits, doubles, walks, batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage while also leading the conference with four triples. The junior also appeared in nine games on the mound, making eight starts with one complete game, going 2-3 with a 3.99 ERA in 38.1 innings pitched and striking out 29.

NAC RELEASE

Castleton senior outfielder Tyler Lord (South Burlington, Vt.) has been named as the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Baseball Player of the Year, while Spartan teammate junior Sam Spencer (West Bolton, Vt.) was tabbed as the Pitcher of the Year, and Husson freshman pitcher Robert Graff (South Portland, Maine) earned the Rookie of the Year honor to headline the 2015 All-Conference announcement. Castleton head coach Ted Shipley was selected as the Coach of the Year and the Colby-Sawyer Chargers were voted to receive the Team Sportsmanship Award.

NAC All-Conference selections are determined by a vote of the conference coaches.

Joining Lord and Spencer on the All-Conference First Team were Castleton junior outfielder Dan Errico (West Hartford, Conn.), sophomore pitcher Steven Jurkiewicz (Essex Jct., Vt), senior catcher Nate Swahn (Rutland, Vt.), and sophomore utility Nick Swim (St. Albans, Vt.), UMaine-Farmington junior first baseman Ben Keene (Livermore, Maine) and junior second baseman Dustin McCrossin (Yarmouth, Maine), Husson senior outfielder Kyle Bishop (Waterville, Maine), New England College sophomore third baseman Vincent Backert (Shelton, Conn.), and Thomas junior shortstop Nik Beeson (Manchester, N.H.).

Second team selections included Graff, UMaine-Farmington junior outfielder Sean Cabaniss (Vassalboro, Maine), Husson senior catcher Jordan Carter (Ellsworth, Maine), sophomore outfielder Christian Corneil (Bangor, Maine), and sophomore shortstop Ryan Rebar (Harmony, Maine), Lyndon junior shortstop Reece Tanguay (Essex Junction, Vt.), New England College junior first baseman Zach Carrano (Milford, Conn.) and senior pitcher Brandon Quirk (Whitman, Mass.), and Thomas junior outfielder Anree Benitez (Orlando, Fla.), freshman third baseman Michael De Los Santos (Robstown, Texas), and junior utility Derek Kane (Natick, Mass.).

2015 Baseball All-Conference Teams

First Team
C - Nate Swahn, Senior, Castleton
1B - Ben Keene, Junior, UMaine-Farmington
2B - Dustin McCrossin, Junior, UMaine-Farmington
SS - Nik Beeson, Junior, Thomas
3B - Vincent Backert, Sophomore, New England College
UT - Nick Swim, Sophomore, Castleton
OF - Kyle Bishop, Senior, Husson
OF - Dan Errico, Junior, Castleton
OF - Tyler Lord, Senior, Castleton
P - Steven Jurkiewicz, Sophomore, Castleton
P - Sam Spencer, Junior, Castleton

Second Team
C - Jordan Carter, Senior, Husson
1B - Zach Carrano, Junior, New England College
SS - Reece Tanguay, Junior, Lyndon
SS - Ryan Rebar, Sophomore, Husson
3B - Michael De Los Santos, Freshman, Thomas
OF - Anree Benitez, Junior, Thomas
OF - Sean Cabaniss, Junior, UMaine-Farmington
OF - Christian Corneil, Sophomore, Husson
UT - Derek Kane, Junior, Thomas
P - Robert Graff, Freshman, Husson
P - Brandon Quirk, Senior, New England College

Player of the Year - Tyler Lord, Castleton
Pitcher of the Year - Sam Spencer, Castleton
Rookie of the Year - Robert Graff, Husson
Coach of the Year - Ted Shipley, Castleton
Team Sportsmanship - Colby-Sawyer
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Re: Baseball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed May 06, 2015 6:25 am

Three Terriers Named NAC Rookies of the Week

WHITINGHAM, VT - Three Terrier athletes were named North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week for their performances in last week's action in games from April 27 through May 3.

Michael De Los Santos was named the NAC Baseball Rookie of the Week for the second time this year. De Los Santos put together a tremendous tournament weekend for the Terriers, going 9-for-15 (.600) with six runs scored, three RBI and three walks.

The third baseman's best performance came in the Terriers opening win over Husson, as he went 4-for-4 with five runs scored, one walk and one RBI. De Los Santos was named to the NAC All-Tournament Team as Thomas finished as the runner-up.

For the season, the freshman from Robstown, Texas finished with a .333 batting average, collecting 41 hits in 123 at bats, along with five doubles, one triple, 19 runs scored, 14 RBI's and 13 walks.

Jordan Agger-Barnes was named the NAC Softball Rookie of the Week for the first time this year. Agger-Barnes helped her team post a .500 record in eight games last week. The rookie recorded six hits including one double and one homerun, while scoring five runs and earning two RBI.

The infielder recorded two runs and one double during the NAC Championship Tournament, as the Terriers played in the 2015 title game. For the season, the freshman from Wells, Maine batted .229 (22-for-96) with seven doubles, one home run, 12 runs scored and 13 RBI's.

Samantha Greenlaw was named the NAC Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Week for the first time this year. Greenlaw scored recorded two big goals to help the No. 2 seeded Terriers earn a semifinal win. Against third-seeded Colby-Sawyer, the rookie scored a goal with 7:32 remaining in the first half to put Thomas up 5-2.

The forward then netted one goal in the second half to put the Terriers up 8-6 in the eventual 9-7 win in the NAC Semifinals. For the season, the freshman from Windham, Maine started all 12 games and recorded 16 goals and three assists for 19 points, while going 6-for-13 from the free position and picking up 11 ground balls.

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