UMES RETURNS HOME FOR TWO AGAINST THE MOUNT
March 12, 2012
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - The Hawks come back to Princess Anne for an East vs. West in-state matchup. UMES will play a doubleheader vs. Mount St. Mary's before the start of conference play with first pitch set for 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
UMES, from Princess Anne along the Eastern Shore, stands at 0-14 to start the year, while Mount St. Mary's, from Emmitsburg in Western Maryland, comes in at 2-9. Last season, the Mount took all four games against UMES with two games played at home and on the road. Admission to Hawks Stadium is free for all home games.
JOHNSON NAMED PRESEASON ALL-MEAC
HAWKS PICKED TO FINISH THIRD IN MEAC NORTH
The divisions were formed this season after the addition of North Carolina Central and Savannah State to the MEAC. Teams will only play conference games against division opponents.
LAST TIME: HAWKS SWEPT IN PHILADELPHIA
Despite playing in three games where UMES had the tying run at the plate late, the Hawks fell to three Philadelphia Big 5 schools over the weekend. UMES was defeated by Villanova 9-4, Temple 8-4 and Saint Joseph's 6-3.
Shaquille Bagwell hit .400 during the week, reaching base at least twice in each contest. Byron Campbell increased his hitting streak to seven games including a double and a pair of RBI. Brandon Schott hit a pair of doubles in a 3-for-4 day against Saint Joseph's.
On the pitching end, Jacob Foreman had the strongest start, throwing six innings against Villanova, allowing two earned runs and striking out six. Zachary Saca had a pair of relief appearances, allowing no earned runs in four innings.
NEWSOME SWINGING STRONG
THE TOUGHEST OUT ON THE TEAM
SACA SOLID IN RELIEF
2011 IN REVIEW
UMES BASEBALL ANNOUNCES NEW COACHING STAFF
SCOUTING THE OPPONENT:
As a team, the Mount are hitting .277, returning just one of its top-five hitters from 2011. Senior first baseman Josh Winter leads the team with a .372 average with four doubles and 11 RBI, all team highs. Junior catcher Mark Quaranta has started the season .366 with a home run, nine runs scored and nine more driven in.
With a team-ERA of 7.24, the top starter is senior southpaw Brady Feigl, who has struck out 14 in eight innings with just two runs allowed, standing at 0-1. Only one of the weekend rotation starters is back from last season, right-handed junior Vincent Molesky, who has thrown one start in `12 with four runs allowed in 4.1 innings. Another senior lefty, Dan Horner, has made six appearances with five out of the bullpen, with 14 strikeouts in 12 innings and six earned runs allowed.
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