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Baseball 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:49 am

Baseball Drops Third Game of East Division Set to Tufts on Monday Night

NORTHBORO, Mass. - The Tufts University baseball team claimed the third game of a NESCAC Eastern Division series against Bowdoin on Monday evening, 10-1, in a game played at the New England Baseball Complex.

The Jumbos improve to 11-4 (2-1 NESCAC) while the Polar Bears fall to 6-10 (1-2 NESCAC).

Aaron Rosen gave Bowdoin the lead in the top of the first inning, blasting a leadoff solo home run. But Tufts answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame and then tacked on a solo run in the fifth, two more in the sixth and clinched the game with a five-run eighth.

Bowdoin could only muster five hits off Tufts starter Kyle Slinger while Erik Jacobsen was tagged with the loss after allowing five earned runs over 5.2 frames of work. Chris Nadeau reached twice for Bowdoin while Bryan Egan led the Tufts attack with three hits four RBI and a home run.

The Polar Bears game scheduled for Wednesday against the University of Southern Maine has been postponed to April 10 at 3:30 p.m. Bowdoin is scheduled to play a three-game series with Bates this weekend, with the site of those games to be confirmed later this week.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 09, 2015 8:10 am

Baseball drops home opener to UMaine-Farmington

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Bates baseball team's comeback bid fell just short Wednesday afternoon, as the Bobcats dropped a chilly home-opener to UMaine-Farmington, 6-4, at Leahey Field in non-conference action.

Trailing 5-0 after six innings, Bates (6-8) picked up single runs in the seventh and eighth and brought the would-be go-ahead run to the plate in the bottom of the ninth, but Farmington closer Joe Sullivan was able retire to Evan Czopek (Portland, Ore.) to end any hopes of a Bobcat victory.

Bates out-hit the Beavers 9-4, but committed five errors, three in a four-run fifth inning for Farmington (9-4), and left 11 runners on base on the day. First-year Dillon Dresser (Falmouth, Maine) started his first career game for Bates, tossing four-plus innings for the Bobcats and giving up five runs, none of them earned, while striking out two and walking three.

Connor Speed (San Diego, Calif.) tossed three scoreless innings for the Bobcats, while Sam Maliska (Palo Alto, Calif.) allowed one unearned run in one inning of work and Rob DiFranco (Melrose, Mass.) pitched a scoreless ninth.

UMaine-Farmington's Bradley Jackson (2-0) picked up the win, allowing only two hits and no runs in four innings for the Beavers, while striking out a pair. Grayson Beressi followed with two innings of scoreless relief. Offensively, Maine Farmington was led by Tom Grady, who was 2-4 with an RBI on the day.

The Beavers scored one run in the top of the second, but opened up for four runs in the top of the fifth. After two errors and a hit batter, Dresser walked Dustin McCrossin to chase home the game's second run and give Maine Farmington the 2-0 lead. Another error behind relief pitcher Connor Speed brought home two more runs, and after Speed struck out Jimmie Neal, Jordan Croteau singled to center to give the Beavers a 5-0 lead after five innings.

Bates got one of those runs back in the bottom of the seventh when Brendan Fox (West Hartford, Conn.) doubled to left-center field to push across John Dinucci (West Hartford, Conn.), who reached base on a single to center.

After tallying one run in the eighth, Dinucci started the ninth with an infield single to short, but Ryan McCarthy (Plaistow, N.H.) grounded in to the 4-6-3 double play to clear the bases. Fox kept the inning alive with a single to center field, his team-leading third hit of the day, and senior Nate Pajka (Douglas, Mass) followed with a double off the right center field to put runners at the corners.

Senior Sam Berry (South Hamilton, Mass.) kept the two-out magic going when the pitcher Sullivan overthrew first base, allowing Fox to score from third. Senior Mekae Hyde (Lewiston, Maine) laced a single up the middle to drive home Pajka and moved to second on the throw to third, putting the tying run 180 feet away. But Sullivan was able to retire Czopek to end the game.

Fox was 2-5 with one RBI and one run scored on the day while Hyde and Dinucci were both 2-4 for Bates. The Bobcats return to action on April 10th when the team travels to Colby College for a 3:00 p.m. NESCAC battle.
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Re: Baseball 2015: Bowdoin College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:22 am

Baseball Splits In Non-Conference Doubleheader at Wesleyan

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. –The Bowdoin baseball team split a low scoring Saturday afternoon doubleheader against Wesleyan, capturing a 1-0 win in day's opener before falling 3-2 in the nightcap.

Bowdoin concludes the day at 8-12 overall, while the Cardinals improve to 14-5 in this NESCAC East vs. West showdown.

Game One Recap – Bowdoin 1, Wesleyan 0

Henry Van Zant pitched to his fourth win of the season with four strikeouts and one walk. The senior hurler allowed eight hits in seven shutout innings on the mound. Gavin Pittore also pitched a complete game for the Cardinals, collecting seven strikeouts and three walks. Pittore allowed just two hits in Saturday's opener.

The Polar Bears escaped a bases loaded situation in the bottom of the second after the Cardinals strung together three consecutive singles. Van Zant induced a flyout to right, ending the inning and Wesleyan threat. The pitching battle continued through the top of the fifth, as neither team would send more than four batters to the plate. In the bottom half of the inning, Anew Yin led off with a single to center that was quickly followed by another from Donnie Cimino. After the first out of the inning, the Cardinals put another ball in play but saw Yin tagged out at home as he tried to score from second. Cimino accounted for the final out as he was caught stealing at the plate.

Bowdoin put the only run of the game on the board in the top of the seventh after Aaron Rosen led off with a single. Rosen advanced to second as Chad Martin took first by being hit by a pitch, putting the runner in scoring position. Peter Cimini earned the RBI with a single to center that allowed Rosen to come around and score. Van Zant closed out the game with another shutout inning.

Game Two Recap – Wesleyan 3, Bowdoin 2

After falling behind 1-0 in the bottom of the second, Bowdoin evened the score in the top of the fourth. Cole DiRoberto opened the inning with a leadoff double and advanced to third off another Cimini hit. Sean Mullaney laid down a bunt that allowed DiRoberto to score and tie the game.

Wesleyan put two more on the board in the fifth, but greater damage was avoided as the Polar Bears escaped another bases loaded situation. Bowdoin pulled within one run as Rosen pushed Tom Wells across the plate in the seventh. Wells led off the inning with a double to center and advanced to third on a groundout.

Harry Ridge suffered the loss on the mound, going five innings while allowing just five hits. The junior walked three and fanned four. Michael Staes, Logan Simon, and Jon Fraser all saw time on the mound. Fraser recorded a strikeout in the final inning. Nick Cooney pitched 6.1 innings for Wesleyan with one walk and eight strikeouts. Sam Elias came in to record the save.

Bowdoin returns to action on Monday evening at 6:45 p.m. in a rescheduled game at Saint Joseph's College.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 15, 2015 5:43 am

Bowdoin's Bats Come Alive in Game Two As Baseball Splits with Husson

BANGOR, Maine – After suffering an extra-innings one-run loss to Husson in the opening game, Bowdoin's offense came alive in the second for an 11-5 win Tuesday evening.

Bowdoin's season record stands at 9-14 entering this weekend's three-game NESCAC series against Trinity. The Eagles improve to 18-12.

Game One Recap – Husson 1, Bowdoin 0

The Bowdoin pitching staff combined for eight straight shutout innings to begin game one. Michael Staes started the game, going three innings, while notching one strikeout and four hits. Max VogelMax Vogel-Freedman came in to record another three innings of work, fanning three with one hit allowed. The bullpen kept the Eagles off the board until Brandon Gendreau singled down the third baseline, driving in the walk off run. Dennis O'Neil went eight innings on the mound for Husson, delivering six K's with two walks. O'Neil allowed four hits.

Game Two Recap – Bowdoin 11, Husson 5

After being shutout in the opening game, Bowdoin wasted little time in putting runs on the board in game two. The Polar Bears scored three quick runs to begin the game, beginning with an RBI triple from Aaron Rosen. Rosen later scored on an Eagles error, and Chad Martin would put the Polar Bears up three as he came home on a wild pitch. Husson responded with three of their own in the bottom half, capitalizing on a pair of doubles and a single to right center.

Bowdoin put up seven more runs in the second and fourth innings to pull ahead 10-3. Sam Canales' triple to right field drove in Chris Nadeau and Rosen collected two more RBI with a single to left. The Polar Bears' bats continued to produce in the fourth as Erik Jacobsen drove home a run with a single to left field. Martin quickly followed with a two-run triple. Bjorn Hansen drove in Martin with a sacrifice fly. Husson answered with one run in the bottom of the fourth, but Bowdoin tacked on two more as Martin homered to left and Christian Corneil doubled down the line allowing Kyle Bishop to score.

Connor Rooney started on the mound for Bowdoin going three innings with three strikeouts and four hits before handing the ball over to Duncan Finigan and Kyle Stanely. Stanley recorded the save with 3.2 innings of work, allowing just two hits and one earned run.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 18, 2015 5:05 am

Van Zant Stymies Bantams as Polar Bears Take Series Opener Against Trinity

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Senior Henry Van Zant spun another gem to lead the Bowdoin College baseball team over Trinity, 3-1, in the opener of an important three-game NESCAC East Division Series at Pickard Field on Friday afternoon.

Van Zant improved to 5-1 on the season with the complete game victory that moved the Polar Bears to 10-14 (3-3 NESCAC). Trinity's Jed Robinson countered with a solid performance in defeat as the Bantams fall to 10-12 (2-5 NESCAC). The teams will play a doubleheader on Saturday beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Bowdoin got all the offense it would need thanks to a two-out rally in the first inning. Aaron Rosen reached on a fielder's choice, stole second and moved to third on a passed ball. Chad Martin singled him home to give Bowdoin a 1-0 lead and then stole second base himself. After a walk to Cole DiRoberto, Bjorn Hansen rifled a single to left to plate Martin. Bowdoin tacked on another run in the third when Erik Jacobsen reached base on a hit by pitch. One batter later Martin tripled him home to make it 3-0 Polar Bears.

Van Zant did not allow a hit until the sixth inning when Connor Sullivan led off with a single. The Bantams mounted a rally in the seventh inning when Bryan Wolfe doubled with one out and scored on a single by Tyler Forgione. Van Zant squashed the rally, however, retiring the last two batters of the frame.

The senior righthander finished with seven strikeouts, permitting just four hits and one earned run. Robinson countered with a complete game for Trinity, allowing six hits and striking out five. Martin finished 2-4 with two RBI for Bowdoin. Matthew Toth reached base twice for Trinity.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:48 am

Bantams Sweep Saturday Series in Baseball

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Trinity's offense came alive in the final inning of game two to break open a tie ballgame and capture a 6-3 win to cap the Bantams' Saturday sweep of Bowdoin baseball after taking the first game 1-0.

The Polar Bears fall to 10-16 on the season and 3-5 in NESCAC play after capturing the series opener on Friday afternoon. The Cardinals pull to .500 overall with a 12-12 mark, while sporting a 4-5 NESCAC record.

Game One Recap- Trinity 1, Bowdoin 0

Both pitchers went all seven innings for their teams in the day's opening game, with Sean Meekins earning the shutout win with nine strikeouts and one walk. The senior hurler allowed just three hits. Erik Jacobsen tallied two K's on the mound for Bowdoin with four hits. The righty allowed no walks in his outing.

Bowdoin's Chris Cameron accounted for one of those hits against Meekins in the leadoff spot in the bottom of the first, but the side was later retired in order. Tyler Forgione managed a single in the top of the second for the Bantams, but was also left stranded as next two batters were retired. The only scoring of the game in the top of the fourth as Bryan Wolfe hit a two-out single up the middle to take first. Forgione followed with a single through the left side, pushing Wolfe into scoring position. Scott Cullinane drove home the game's lone run, singling to left, giving the Bantams the 1-0 lead and eventual win. The bottom of the fifth was the only remaining at-bat where either team was not retired in order. Tom Wells led off for Bowdoin with a single to left, but the Polar Bears were unable to capitalize.

Game Two Recap- Trinity 6, Bowdoin 3

Trinity and Bowdoin remained tied, 2-2, through five innings before the Bantams put four runs on the board in the ninth to clinch the series in game two. Nicholas Fusco got the start for Trinity, with Harry Ridge taking the mound for Bowdoin, as both pitchers allowed six hits, two runs, and a homer in seven innings of work. Fusco was relieved early in the eighth by Sam Jordan who recorded the win with three hit and one earned run.

The Polar Bears struck first in the bottom of the second after loading the bases with no outs. Chad Martin, Cole DiRoberto, and Wells all singled to fill the bases, with Martin scoring off a wild pitch. Trinity escaped the inning, allowing just the one run, as Fusco tallied a pair of strikeouts and induced groundout. The Bantams responded quickly with a leadoff double down the leftfield line from Adam Moossmann. The runner advanced to third on a groundout and scored off an Evan Abraham RBI. Nick Pezzella quickly gave Trinity the lead as he blasted a shot to straightaway center field. Aaron Rosen evened the score at 2-2 in the bottom half of the inning as he launched a ball down the left field line, clearing the fence.

The Bantams' bats came alive in the top of the ninth, beginning with a Jonathan Frank single up the middle. Wolfe followed by taking first after being hit by a pitch, and Frank advanced to third on a fielder's choice. Moossmann knocked an RBI single through the left side, quickly followed by a Connor Sullivan RBI single to center. Bowdoin couldn't escape the inning until two more Trinity runners crossed the plate, extending the score to 6-2, off an Abraham single to left. Bowdoin got one run back in the bottom half of the inning as Wells drove in Chad Martin.

Bowdoin hosts Thomas College on Monday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. The Bantams return to action on the same day at Western Connecticut State beginning at 5:00 p.m.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:35 am

Baseball Tops Thomas In Rain Soaked Shortened Game

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin baseball team captured a 10-4 victory in rain shortened six-inning game on Monday afternoon against Thomas College.

The Polar Bears bounce back from two Saturday loses to climb to 11-16. The Terriers leave Brunswick with a 12-15 mark.

Michael Staes got the start for Bowdoin, going 5.1 innings, while allowing two earned runs off as many hits. Staes tallied seven strikeouts with four walks in the game. Rob Casarez got started on the mound for Thomas, allowing four runs, before being replaced by Peyton Kennison who went 2.1 innings allowing one hit with four strikeouts.

The Terriers struck first in the top of the opening inning, capitalizing on poor conditions and Bowdoin misplays to push Nik Beeson across the plate. Bowdoin responded in the bottom half of the inning with four runs. Buddy Shea tied the game at 1-1 as he came home off a wild pitch, followed by a two-run single from Sean Mullaney. Bowdoin took advantage of another wild pitch to take the 4-1 lead.

Thomas cut the Polar Bears lead in half in the third as Anree Benitez drove in the runner with a sacrifice fly to deep center field. Bowdoin scored five more in the fourth and another in the fifth before Thomas would answer. Chad Martin knocked in an RBI double and Cole DiRoberto drove in another run with fly out to center. Martin eventually came around to score on fielder's choice, followed by a bases clearing two-run double from Stephen Girolamo. Mullaney had his third RBI of the game in the bottom of the fifth, driving in Joe Gentile. Thomas got two back in the game's final inning with Travis Krause taking home on wild pitch and a sacrifice fly to left by Beeson.

Bowdoin hosts Colby in their series opener on Friday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Thomas hosts a league doubleheader against UMaine-Farmington on Wednesday beginning at 2:00 p.m.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:52 am

Cameron's Pinch Hit Leads Bowdoin Over Colby in Series Opener

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Chris Cameron laced a two-out, two-run single in the seventh evening to break a late tie and lift the Bowdoin College baseball team to a 7-4 win over Colby on Friday afternoon at Pickard Field.

The Polar Bears won the opener of the three-game series and improved to 12-16 (4-5 NESCAC) while the Mules fall to 15-10 (4-6 NESCAC). The teams will play a doubleheader on Saturday in Waterville beginning at noon.

Henry Van Zant earned the victory on the mound for Bowdoin by tossing a complete game, allowing six hits and striking out seven. Soren Hanson was tagged with the loss for Colby by allowing five earned runs over 6.2 frames, scattering 10 hits and striking out seven.

With Bowdoin holding a 2-1 lead heading into the fifth, Colby took its only lead of the game when Jason Buco scampered home on a double steal for the Mules and Hanson singled home Tommy Forese to give the visitors a 3-2 advantage. The Polar Bears answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame when Aaron Rosen doubled home Peter Cimini and then came home from third on a throwing error to grab a 4-3 edge.

Colby knotted the game again in the seventh inning with runners on second and third, Andrew Currier's well-placed bunt plated Forese to make it 4-4.

Bowdoin took the lead for good with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh. Pinch hitter Chris Cameron laced a two-run single up the middle, scoring Rose and Erik Jacobsen to give the hosts a 6-4 edge. Sam Canales followed with a single to center to bring home Cole DiRoberto and make it 7-4.

Hanson had three hits in the losing effort for Colby. Jacobsen, Rosen and Canales had two hits apiece for Bowdoin. Rosen scored three runs in the game.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:18 am

Baseball Splits Saturday Slate with Colby to Take Two of Three

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Bowdoin baseball team took two out of three games against Colby in their NESCAC East series with a split decision on Saturday afternoon after taking the first game 5-3 and dropping game two 4-3 in extra innings.

The Mules are 16-11 overall and finish 5-7 in the NESCAC East for the second straight year. Bowdoin moved to 13-17 overall and 5-6 in the conference. Bowdoin concludes its conference schedule with a 4:00 p.m. game against Bates on Tuesday.

Game One Recap - Bowdoin 5, Colby 3

In the first game, Jason Buco homered to left on a line drive to give Colby a 1-0 lead after the opening inning.

Bowdoin took control in the second putting four runs on the board. Peter Cimini led off with a walk and took third when Sam Canales reached on an error. Chris Nadeau sacrificed to get Canales to second and earned an RBI when Cimini scored. Sean Mullaney followed with a single to right field to bring in Canales. Chris Cameron tripled to center to plate Mullaney with the third run. Erik Jacobsen singled to right to score the final run.

The Mules cut the margin to 4-2 after two innings when Ellenthal singled to lead off. He took second base on a single by Ryder Arsenault and then scored on Buco's single to right field.

Chad Martin led off the third inning with a double for the Polar Bears and scored on Cole DiRoberto's single for Bowdoin's final run. Buco homered to left field in the bottom of the seventh inning for Colby's third run.

Bowdoin's Harry Ridge pitched all seven innings in the first game, striking out six and walking one.

Game Two Recap – Colby 4, Bowdoin 3

The Polar Bears seemed to be cruising to a doubleheader sweep heading into the sixth inning of game two. Buco changed the pace of the game with a lead off homer to left field to get the bats going in the bottom half. Zach Ellenthal followed with a double to right field and Andrew Della Volpe doubled to left and suddenly the Mules were down 3-2.

Colby tied the game at 3-3 in the eighth inning. Della Volpe singled to start the inning. After a pitching change by Bowdoin, Nils Carlson doubled to left field to bring in Della Volpe.

In extra innings, Tommy Forese drew a one-out walk to give Colby a spark. Grant Lowensohn singled to center field and Forese reached third. After another pitching change, Buco was intentionally walked to load the bases. Ellenthal followed with a sacrifice fly to right field to bring in Forese.

Greg Ladd worked the first seven innings and allowed just two earned runs. Dan Schoenfeld pitched the final three innings for Colby to earn the win.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:19 am

Baseball Closes Out NESCAC Campaign With Blowout of Bates

LEWISTON, Maine - The Bowdoin College baseball team kept its playoff hopes alive with an emphatic 15-4 win over Bates on Tuesday afternoon.

The Polar Bears finish their NESCAC campaign with a 6-6 record and move to 14-17 overall. Bates falls to 12-16 (4-5 NESCAC) as Bowdoin takes the season series 2-1. The Bobcats will face Trinity in a three-game set this weekend to round out the regular season and Bowdoin will need Bates to win two of three, but not sweep the Bantams, in order to clinch a playoff bid.

For the second time this month, the Bowdoin offense exploded for 15 runs against Bates. The Polar Bears scored three runs in five different innings - including the first two - and cruised behind eight strong innings from Henry Van Zant, who improved to 7-1 with three earned runs and 12 strikeouts.

The Polar Bears jumped ahead thanks to a two-out rally in the first inning as Cole DiRoberto laced a two-run single to get Bowdoin on the board. DiRoberto later scored on a wild pitch to make it 3-0. After Bates trimmed the lead to 3-2 in the bottom of the frame, Bowdoin got and RBI single from Aaron Rose, a bases loaded walk from Chad Martin and a ground out from DiRoberto to push the lead to 6-2 in the second. Bates stayed in the game thanks to a pair of runs in the third inning to cut the edge to 6-4.

Bowdoin put the game out of reach in the fifth when Chad Martin ripped a three-run home run to make it 9-4. Chris Cameron ripped consecutive run-scoring doubles in the sixth to up the lead to 12-4 and DiRoberto sparked another rally in the ninth with an RBI single. Sam Canales plated two more runs with a single to round out the scoring for Bowdoin.

DiRoberto finished 3-6 with three RBI and two runs scored. Rosen reached base four times and scored twice while Chris Cameron and Chad Martin scored three runs each for the Polar Bears.

The Polar Bears will return to action on Thursday afternoon with a 4:30 game at home against the University of Southern Maine.
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