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Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Mar 27, 2015 5:19 am

Husson baseball team set to play six games in three days

The Husson University Eagles baseball team will play three consecutive North Atlantic Conference doubleheaders at the Winkin Complex beginning Friday. They will be using a portable fence provided by Allan Farm Fence Co. of Hermon because the Winkin Complex still has a few inches of snow on its warning track. The rest of the field is free of snow. The fence will shorten the home run distances by 15-20 feet, according to Husson head coach Jason Harvey. Husson (2-7 overall) entertains the University of Maine at Farmington at 2 p.m. Friday before hosting doubleheaders against Colby-Sawyer of New London, New Hampshire, at noon Saturday and Sunday...

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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 28, 2015 6:58 am

Husson Baseball Sweeps Double-header with Maine-Farmington

BANGOR, ME - The Husson University baseball team swept a pair of NAC games with UMF winning the first game 3-2 and the second game 4-1. The Eagles now improve to 4-7 overall and 2-0 in conference play. The Beavers drop to 6-2 overall and 2-2 in conference play.

Game One - Husson 3 , UMF 2

The Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third when JT Whitten (Waterville, ME) and Julien Boone (Washington, DC) hit back-to-back RBI singles driving in Ryan Rebar (Harmony, ME) and Andrew Curran (Hampstead, NH).

Husson extended their lead to 3-0 in the 5th when Kyle Bishop (Waterville, ME) connected on a RBI double to right center bringing home Curran.

The Beavers answered with two runs in the sixth when Tom Grady (Whitefield, ME) and Jimmy Neal (Farmington, ME) hit back-to-back RBI singles to pull within one run.

Dennis O'Neil (Mount Desert, ME) pitched a perfect 7th inning to shut down the Beavers and earn his first save of the season.

Robert Graff (South Portland, ME) pitched six strong innings for the Eagles giving up two runs on six hits while striking out three in the win.

Game Two - Husson 4 , UMF 1

The Eagles again got off to a hot start, scoring in the first inning when Bishop hit a sacrifice fly that plated Curran.

Husson grew their lead to 3-0 in the third, thanks to a pair of RBI triples from Curran and Bishop. Curran finished the game with two hits, one walk, one RBI, and one stolen base.

UMaine-Farmington scored their only run of the game in the 4th on an Ethan Gouin (Sanford, ME) RBI double.

Husson added to their lead in the sixth when Christian Corneil (Bangor, ME) singled home Darik Messier (North Troy, VT) making the game 4-1.

Corey Mongiat (Waterboro, ME) picked up the win for Husson, his first of the season. He pitched six solid innings gave up one run on seven hits while striking out three. O'Neil pitched a perfect 7th to earn the save.

"I thought our team did a good job bouncing back from spring break and picking up two conference wins," said manager Jason Harvey. "I thought we pitched the ball extremely well, picked up some timely hits, and played really solid defense."

With the two wins today, Husson improves to 109-37 all-time versus UMaine-Farmington and has now defeated the Beavers in the last 13 games dating back to the 2012 campaign.

Husson is back in action tomorrow when they host Colby-Sawyer for a North Atlantic Conference double-header starting at noon.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:37 am

Husson baseball sweeps UMaine-Farmington in double header
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Mar 29, 2015 4:51 am

Bats Come Alive As Eagles Take Two from Colby-Sawyer

Bangor, ME – Husson baseball (6-7; 4-0 NAC) picked up two North Atlantic Conference (NAC) wins on Saturday downing Colby-Sawyer College (0-12; 0-4 NAC) of New London, New Hampshire 6-1 and 9-0.

Game 1 – Husson 6, CSC 1
Game one remained scoreless through the first three frames and the Chargers lit up the board first in the top of the fourth on a Rob Wallace sacrifice fly to left plating Justin Devoid.

Husson came storming back however, scoring two in the bottom of the fourth to take the lead. Christian Corneil and Darik Messier scored on a Jordan Carter single placed perfectly to right field.

The Eagles added on three more runs in the fifth with Kyle Bishop, JT Whitten and Corneil all driving in runs. Bishop added another in the 6th to insure the Husson lead and make it 6-1.

"We had great approaches at the plate all day," said head coach Jason Harvey after the wins. "Even our outs were hard hit."

Zak Kochis pitched a scoreless seventh in his second appearance for the Eagles. Dan Whitney improved to 1-1 with the win, while Chris Mitchell Jr. picked up the loss for the Chargers.

All nine of Husson's hitters reached base, with Messier being the only without a hit, in a game that only took an hour and thirty-five minutes to complete.

Game 2 – Husson 9, CSC 0
Husson picked right up in game two where they left off in game one, scoring runs in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth to improve to a perfect 4-0 since returning from Florida.

Brandon Gendreau deposited a Mike Peters pitch over the wall in left in the third that plated himself and Ryan Rebar for a 2-0 lead.

With the bases loaded in the fourth, Seth Freudenberger singled to right scoring JT Whitten and Ryan Rebar got into the action by flying out to center to score Darik Messier on the sacrifice fly. Moments later Andrew Curran singled to left plating Zach Sugar. Husson led 5-0.

In the fifth Bishop led things off with a solo bomb to right that cleared the Winkin Complex netting above the fence in left. Messier doubled later in the inning to push the lead to 7-0, and Sugar added an RBI two-bagger of his own to move to 8-0 after five.

JT Whitten gave Husson its final 9-0 score in the sixth with a sac fly to right that scored Brandon Gendreau.

Brandon Reilly earned the victory for Husson while Mike Peters was handed the loss. Tommy Burns pitched a perfect seventh in his second appearance to seal the win.

"Our pitchers threw extremely well and competed hard through both games," Harvey added.

Both teams will be back in action in Bangor on Sunday for another doubleheader starting at noon.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 30, 2015 7:06 am

Eagles Stay Hot, Improve to 6-0 in Conference Play

Bangor, ME – Husson Eagles (8-7; 6-0 NAC) snagged two more North Atlantic Conference (NAC) wins on Sunday afternoon against Colby-Sawyer College (0-14; 0-6 NAC) by scores of 6-1 and 6-0.

Game 1 – Husson 6, CSC 1

The Eagles got off to a quick start, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first inning. Andrew Curran scored on a Kyle Bishop ground out to the short stop, JT Whitten brought home Brandon Gendreau on a sacrifice fly to right field, and Darik Messier scored from second on a shot up the middle by Christian Corneil.

The Chargers got back a run in the top of the third as Drew Inglesi plated Tim Donovan on a sacrifice fly to left field.

Husson added three more runs in the bottom of third with Jordan Carter driving in one with a single up the middle. Zach Sugar drove in the other two off a double to right field.

Ben Walls pitched a solid six innings for the Eagles, improving to 2-1 on the season after allowing one run on three hits with three strikeouts. Seth Freudenberger pitched the sixth inning for Husson registering two strikeouts.

Michael Fazio picked up the loss for the Chargers, falling to 0-2 on the season.

Game 2 – Husson 6, CSC 0

Husson picked up where they left off from the first game, plating five runs in the bottom of the first inning.

Andrew Curran scored off a JT Whitten drive through the left side. Darik Messier notched the second RBI on a fielders choice ball hit to the short stop, Brandon Gendreau scored from third.

Christian Corneil cleared the bases with his third homerun of the season, hitting a bomb into the netting over the left field fence.

Zach Sugar added the sixth and final run of the afternoon, plating Darik Messier off a single to right field.

Ben Holmes picked up his first win of the season, improving to 1-1. Holmes pitched five scoreless innings, allowing three hits with four strikeouts and one walked batter. Brandon Grabkowski pitched the sixth inning and Steve Hanscom pitched the seventh.

Chris Hood fell to 0-3 on the season.

The Eagles will be back on the diamond on Tuesday, March 31st has they play host to St. Joseph's College for a non-conference double header. The first pitch is scheduled for 3:00pm.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 03, 2015 5:35 am

Eagles Sweep Season Series With Farmington; Streak Stands At 10

Bangor, ME - Husson baseball picked up another pair of wins on Thursday afternoon at the Winkin complex as the visiting team in games that were originally schedule at Farmington. The Eagles battled and held on in game one, and battle back late to earn an extra inning win for the second time in three games in game two.

Game 1 Husson 4, UMF 3

Husson took advantage of Farmington mistakes early, scoring in the first inning on a pop up that should have easily been caught down the right field line to retire JT Whitten. Instead, Whitten reached on the error and Brandon Gendreau scored.

In the second, Jordan Carter hit his team-lead-tying third home run of the season over the left field fence to build the Husson lead to 2-0.

In the bottom half, however, Farmington added some firepower of their own. Chad Snowman hit a sac fly to right that advanced Jordan Croteau to third and scored Jimmie Neal. Two at-bats later, Jimmy Parks singled through the left side of the infield to tie the game at two.

Carter added two more RBI to his total in the fifth inning, which ended up being the winning runs, when he doubled to right center scoring Christian Corneil and Whitten.

Farmington added a run in the bottom of the sixth on a Trever Hisler RBI single, but the Eagles held on in the seventh for their 9th consecutive win.

Dan Whitney went the distance for the Eagles, allowing three earned on seven hits with a walk and five strikeouts over the seven innings in picking up the win. Whitney moves to 3-0 on the season while Kyle Peterson falls to 1-2 with the loss.

Game 2: Husson 5, UMF 2

Game two proved to be the Jimmie Neal show early on for Farmington. The junior tripled to right center in the third and scored later on a wild pitch to make it 2-0 Farmington.

The Eagles trailed until the sixth, when the bats came alive. Carter reached on a fielder's choice that scored JT Whitten and Zach Sugar singled through the right scoring the DH, Cam Archer.

Move forward to extra innings in the eighth as Husson plated three more runs. Sugar singled through the left side this time, scoring what would be the game-winning run in Christian Corneil. Moments later Andrew Curran added an RBI triple that scored Ryan Rebar and Curran scored on a Brandon Gendreau single to go ahead 5-2.

Corey Mongiat came in for the save in the bottom of the ninth, giving Robert Graff the win, his second of the year. Tagged with the loss was Joe Sullivan who fell to 1-2.

Husson will be right back at it on Friday at 2:00pm as they host Thomas College in yet another NAC doubleheader.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:00 am

Eagles' Take Two from Terriers; Extend Streak to 12

Bangor, ME - In yet another North Atlantic Conference (NAC) doubleheader Friday at the Winkin Complex, the Eagles took two from the Thomas College Terriers by finals of 1-0 in 11 innings and 13-0 to extend their winning streak to 12 games. It's the third longest in program history and the longest since 2009 when they ran off 13 in a row. Husson used just four pitchers on the evening, allowing only nine total hits while walking two and striking out nine. Husson improves their overall record to 14-7, their best start since 2009 and 10-0 in the NAC. Thomas falls to 4-10 overall and 2-4 in the NAC.

Game 1: Husson 1, Thomas 0 in 11 innings

The pitching was the story in game one as both pitching staffs held each other scoreless until the bottom of the eleventh with two outs, when the Eagles scored the lone run. Ryan Rebar singled up the middle scoring Christian Corneil from third base with the winning run.

The Eagles had numerous chances to win the game in the bottom of the seventh but the Terriers' defense came up big. With the winning run 90 feet way, Rebar hit a fly ball to Anree Benitez who was playing centerfield for the Terriers. He caught the ball and threw a bullet to home plate to get a speedy Seth Freudenberger. After an Andrew Curran single up the middle to advance Zach Sugar to second, Brandon Gendreau hit a high hard line drive that was designated for right field but was caught by Alex Curtis saving the game once again for the Terriers.

Ben Walls threw the first ten innings of shutout ball for the Eagles, giving up just four singles and walking two batters while striking out four. Corey Mongiat pitched a perfect top of the eleventh to pick up the win. Mongiat improves to 2-0 on the year.

Kyle Fletcher picked up the tough loss for the Terriers to fall to 0-3. Fletcher after coming in for relief of stating pitcher Derek Kane in the 7th inning allowed just the one run on six hits and one walk and struck out one.

Game 2: Husson 13, Thomas 0

The Eagles scored all the runs they'd need in the second inning on route to a 13-0 victory in game two. Sugar went 1-2 with a walk, three RBI and an inside the park homerun to lead the Eagles.

Jordan Carter (two RBI), J.T. Whitten (one RBI, three runs), Curran (one run) and Gendreau (one RBI) all had two hits and Corneil had three hits for Husson in the win. Adam Wilson also made his presence felt, driving in two runs.

Brandon Reilly earned his second win of the season for Husson. The junior pitcher allowed just three base runners on three hits while fanning four. Zak Kochis pitched a clean seventh.

Charged with the loss for Thomas was Peyton Kennison (1-2) who went just an inning and a third. Kennison allowed seven runs on four hits and one walk.

With the two wins today, Coach Jason Harvey gets his 186th career win tying him with the second most coaching victories in program history with Del Merrill. Husson improves to 94-32 all-time versus Thomas and has now defeated the Terriers in the last 10 games dating back to the 2013 campaign. The Eagles also have defeated the Terriers at home in the last 11 games and improves to 52-7 all-time at home versus Thomas.

The Eagles return to action on Tuesday, April 7th when they host the number 15th team in the country the University of Southern Maine. Thomas is back in action on Tuesday, April 7th when they travel to Orono to face the University of Maine.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 08, 2015 4:46 am

Eagles Drop Non-Conference Tilt With USM; Win Streak Ends At 12

Bangor, ME - Husson baseball dropped a tough non-conference matchup with the University of Southern Maine Tuesday, falling by a final score of 17-3. The Eagles kept it tight for the first few innings but errors and tough hitting were too much for Manager Jason Harvey's squad.

"It was a tough day playing a good team," Harvey said. "We need to get back to doing the things that brough us success as we head back into conference play."

Paul McDonough scored in the second for USM on a Damon Wallace single and then drove in a run of his own in the third to make it 2-0 Huskies.

In the fourth, the #21 Huskies piled on six runs on three hits and two Husson errors to jump out to an 8-0 lead after the top half and added seven more runs between the fifth and sixth innings to extend the advantage to 15-2.

The Eagles added their runs in the fourth and the fifth. Ryan Rebar singled to left center that moved Dan Whitney to third and scored Christian Corneil for the first Husson run.

In the fifth Corneil reached on a throwing error by the third baseman and advanced to second. Kyle Bishop scored on the blunder and JT Whitten moved to third and scored as Corneil advanced.

USM tacked on two more in the final two innings for the final score of 17-3.

Both teams used and array of pitchers as USM utilized nine arms throughout the nine inning contest and Husson trotted out six. Dennis O'Neil picked up the loss going three innings giving up eight runs (three of which earned) on six hits and two walks with two strikeouts.

The Huskies Nick George earned his second win of the season going five strong allowing three runs, one earned, on five hits, four walks while striking out three.

Overall the Eagles have their 12-game winnings streak snapped and fall to 14-8 while the nationally ranked Huskies move to 12-6.

Husson plays at home on Thursday against Thomas in a doubleheader staring at 2:00pm that will be home games for the Terriers
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 10, 2015 5:28 am

Eagles Nab Pair Of One-Run NAC Wins From Thomas

Bangor, ME - In yet another showdown of away games for the Husson Eagles at their home park, the Winking Complex, the Eagles stole a pair of one-run wins on Thursday to stay perfect in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC 12-0).

Game 1: Husson 1, Thomas 0

The Eagles needed a lone run in the third to take game one from the Terriers. Seth Freudenberger, playing third base for the first time this year, led off the inning with a double down the right field line. An out later, Andrew Curran singled to center to send Freudenberger to third who then scored on a following passed ball during Brandon Gendreau's at-bat.

Robert Graff picked up the win with one of Husson's most impressive starts this season, allowing just three hits while striking out six in seven innings. The win makes it Graff's third of the year, tying him with Dan Whitney at 3-0 and improving his ERA to an impressive 2.52.

Isiah Fleming was tagged with the loss for Thomas, moving him to 1-1 on the year. Fleming's lone win came against Husson's opponent this weekend, Castleton.

Game 2: Husson 3, Thomas 2

Scoring was at a premium yet again in game two, with scoring plays coming in quick spurts and Husson taking the lead for good in the fourth.

Michael De Los Santos drove in the lead run for TC in the first as he hit a sac fly to center, scoring Derek Kane. Kane started the game on the bump as well as the designated hitter, and later just DH'd after being taken out at the top of the fifth.

On the Husson side, Christian Corneil uncorked a triple with one out in the top of the fourth. Adam Wilson followed by reaching on a error by Centerfielder Anree Benitez who lost the ball in the Winking Complex lighting. Corneil scored easily on the play, but Wilson tried stretching the play into a triple and was cut down by a step or two at third.

The Eagles didn't wait long to break the 1-1 tie, scoring two runs in the top of the fifth to go ahead 3-1. Freudenberger walked, Ryan Rebar reached on a throwing error by the third baseman on a sac bunt attempt and both runners advanced to second and third respectively with the overthrow. On the next play, Andrew Curran sprayed a single to right center to score both Rebar and Freudentberger to take the lead.

In the bottom half of the fifth, the Terriers threatened once again with a leadoff triple by Kane, trying to help his cause after being pulled from the mound. Nik Beeson singled in the next at-bat to score the pitcher/DH, pulling within a run. Tommy Burns finished his outing off strong for Husson, however, retiring the next three batters to get out of the inning.

Corey Mongiat came in for the last two innings and shut down the Terrier offense and ended the game with a fantastic strikeout.

Husson improves to 16-8 and 12-0 in the NAC while Thomas falls to 4-13 and 2-6 in conference play.

The Eagles will return Saturday to the Winkin complex for a weekend four-game set with Castleton. Saturday's tilt will be "Coach John Winkin Day" as the Eagles will recognize their late, great coach with a ceremony at 11:30am before the noon-time first pitch.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Husson University

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 11, 2015 4:43 am

Former Bangor baseball teammates enjoying first years at USM, Husson

BANGOR, Maine — Christian Corneil and Anthony Capuano got to relive a few memories on Tuesday night at Husson University’s Winkin Complex.

Corneil and Capuano are former Bangor High School, Senior League World Series and American Legion teammates who have found some success this spring after transferring and debuting for their new schools. Capuano transferred to the University of Southern Maine from the University of Maine, and Corneil moved on from USM to Bangor’s Husson University. USM beat Husson 17-3 on Tuesday. The two ex-Rams enjoyed seeing each other and are happy with their decisions to transfer...

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