Jack Kramer of Sacred heart took the mound twice this week for a relief appearance against Wake Forest on Tuesday before coming back again on Sunday to take on Purdue-Fort Wayne. Kramer totaled a line of 5 inning pitched, 6 earned runs, and 3 strikeouts.
Ed Jarvis of Northeastern has been splitting time behind the dish with former Silver Knight champion, Teddy Beaudet. Jarvis made the most of his starts this week as he hit an even .400 and drove in 3 runs while also hitting his second triple of the young season.
The Terrapin Trio all had solid outings while sweeping Bryant this weekend. Outfielder Troy Schreffler hit .333 with an RBI and 3 walks, while third baseman Matt Orlando put together his best week of the season, hitting .235 with an RBI and came across to score 4 times. Chris Chaney came on in relief for Maryland in game 2 of the series, tossing yet another scoreless inning.
Harvard had a tough challenge this weekend taking on three teams in three days. Ben Rounds came on in a pinch hit opportunity against Stetson, drawing a walk and coming around to score to help the Crimson notch their first victory of the season.
Kurt Stadnicki continued to roll this weekend against William & Mary. Stadnicki hit .455 with a double and an RBI in the series sweep by the Tribe. Stadnicki brings his season average to .302 and has hit double digits in the RBI column.
Penn State reliever, Ralph Gambino, came on in relief against UMBC this weekend. He tossed one inning and got tagged for two runs, his first earned runs allowed this season.
Donovan Montgomery, infielder from Siena, did not register an at bat but did draw a walk in the series against Davidson this weekend.
UMass had a tough challenge this weekend taking on Georgia, but it made no difference to lefty Jack Pawloski. Pawloski tossed 2.1 innings in relief, allowing just 1 hit, and striking out 3 in his shutdown performance against the Bulldogs.
Franklin Pierce outfielder, John Mead, got back on track this weekend hitting an even .300 while driving in 2 runs and scoring twice himself.
Returning Silver Knight and current Wheaton Lyon, Josh Roberge, started the season with a bang. He took the mound for his first start of the season against Concordia-Chicago. Roberge tossed 6 innings, allowed 1 run, and struck out an impressive 9 batters on the day. He did not earn a decision in the outing.
Lefty starter, Nick Guarino, took the mound for Clark for the third time this season. Facing Albion, Guarino went 4 innings, giving up 8 runs, and striking out 3 batters in the loss.