Subsequent game:

at King’s College (Pa.)

20.three.2023 | 15:30

March 20 (Mon) / three:30 p.m

at King’s College (Pa.)


HOBOKEN, NJ (March 18, 2023) – The Stevens Institute of Technologies baseball group hit King’s College 5 occasions in a MAC Freedom game at Dobbelaar Field on Saturday.

Junior Christian Kreiser homered and had 4 RBIs and freshman Dylan Fishbaugh hit his initially profession lengthy ball as the Ducks outscored the Monarchs 15- in the opener. Sophomore Victor Schileci and junior Jack Irby went deep in the second game as the Ducks completed with an 11-two victory. The wins moved the Ducks to 11-five on the year and three-two in conference play. Stevens has won 5 straight and won all eight historic meetings with the Monarchs.

Justin Richards hit a two-run homer, the only runs of the day for the Kings, who fell to six-7 on the year and 1-four in the league. The Monarchs have lost their final 5 games.

The Ducks wasted small time having on the board against Matt Martin (1-1). Senior Ben Tobio reached on an error by shortstop Nick Cizak and Šileci doubled to proper-center. Two batters later, Kreiser lined a two-1 line into left field to score each players. The Ducks proper fielder came up with the objective. Chase Jochem misplayed Irby’s single. Martin lasted just 3 innings and permitted seven runs.

Nine batters reached the plate in the third as the Ducks have been held to 4 runs. Kreiser delivered a massive blow in the inning, blasting a two-run homer to center for his group-major fourth homer. Sophomore Colby Ching had a run-scoring single and scored from second on an infield hit by fellow senior Evan Pravat when the King’s defense was late covering property plate. Pravato later stole second and third, but was stranded when Tobio grounded out two batters later. Speed ​​was absolutely a crucial ingredient in the Ducks’ offensive work as they stole 4 bases in Game 1 and added six much more in Game two.

King created a game alter early in the fourth, but it did small to slow the property team’s offense. In the lengthy inning, the Ducks sent 13 batters to the plate and scored an impressive seven runs on six hits. The seven-run outing was the Ducks’ fourth inning with at least seven runs this season. The initially seven batters scored with Irby and Ching every single scoring two runs. King’s reliever Aidan Mahal faced seven batters in the frame but did not record an out.

Although the Ducks have been on fire at the plate, senior proper-hander Justin Doyle (four-two) was just as hot on the mound. The Louisville, Kentucky native mowed down the Monarchs the initially time by way of the lineup and completed a two-hitter with a profession-higher nine hits for his initially collective shutout.

The Ducks followed suit in the finale, jumping on Kings starter Adin Hoderevsky (1-1) for 3 runs in the initially. With 1 out, Schilleci worked a 4-pitch stroll for the Ducks’ initially baserunner of the game. Senior Michael Reyes was hit by a pitch. Immediately after a fielder’s selection erased Reyes from the base path, Kreiser stole second on a groundout, which also permitted Schileci to score from third. Irby and senior Chris Davis followed with a run-scoring single to extend the lead to 3.

Pravato added to the Ducks’ lead in the second with a leadoff homer for his initially longball collectively. Fishbough followed with a single and, right after a pair of steals, came about to score on Schilleci’s no-doubt homer to proper. Hoderewski permitted all 11 runs, which includes 3 homers.

Sophomore Jordan Fise pitched our 4 in two scoreless frames. Senior Ryan Shea (two-1) got the win with two scoreless innings. Sophomore Will Stavisky completed the game with a scoreless seventh.

Up Subsequent: Initially scheduled for Sunday afternoon, the teams will as an alternative wrap up their 3-game series Monday afternoon in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Initial pitch is set for three:30 p.m., with reside stats and video hyperlinks posted on StevensDucks.com.

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By Editor