Malik Wylie, Byron Campbell hit safely in each game
Hawks take game one 3-2, fall in the second contest 5-4
Rescheduled game set for 3 p.m. on Tuesday at Barcroft Park
Tre-von Johnson earns two multi-hit games
Hawks and Hornets to play noon Saturday doubleheader, single game on Sunday at noon
2014: Split his time between the rotation and the bullpen, pitching in seven starts and six relief appearances...made his first start at Duke on March 18th...earned his first win at home against Navy on April 9th, going seven innings giving up three earned runs in the Hawks' 8-7 victory...punched out a season high three Highlanders in his final start of the year against NJIT on May 10th.
2013: UMES Rookie of the Year after serving in the weekend rotation, finishing with 5.14 ERA, the top ERA among starters ... went 1-4 in 54.1 innings ... made first appearance against VMI (2/24), going three innings of shutout ball ... followed up with 3.2 innings against Lehigh (2/27) without an earned run ... made first start against Lafayette (3/9), going five innings with two runs in a no decision ... earned the victory against Coppin State (3/17) with six innings and three strikeouts, contributing to a UMES shutout win ... went a complete game at Coppin State (4/6) with six innings, two earned runs and two strikeouts.
High School/Club: Earned pair of letters in each baseball and basketball at North Caroline High School ... helped school win 2011 Maryland State Championship and 2012 North Bayside Championship ... named 2012 First Team All-Bayside Conference ... earned a 10-0 pitching record ... hit .375 his senior year with a home run and team-best 25 RBI ... finished high school with a 3.75 GPA, being on the honor roll every semester of high school ... member of the National Honor Society ... competed with the Talbot American Legion in 2012, helping the team finish second in the league ... hit .450 and had a 2.50 ERA for the team.
Personal: Born April 8, 1994 in Easton, Md. ... son of Steve and Bonnie Turley ... has a brother, Bobby ... major is rehabilitation services ... pregame routine includes praying and going to a quiet place and visualize playing in the game ... personal best sports moment is winning the 2011 Maryland Class 2A State Championship vs. Landsdowne ... lists his parents as people who influence him most for supporting him through his entire life ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is graduating high school with honors ... plans to become a physical therapist upon graduation ... favorite saying is "Don't ever give up." ... hobbies include video games, hanging out with his girlfriend and friends and watching baseball ... favorite book is High Heatby Mike Lupica ... favorite movie is "Step Brothers" ... personal athletic goal this season is to become a better player everyday and help the team anyway he can ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to become a starter and win the MEAC.