Mount Baseball Welcomes Sacred Heart This Weekend For Senior Day

Mount Baseball Welcomes Sacred Heart This Weekend For Senior Day

MOUNT ST. MARY'S 14-32 (7-14 NEC) vs SACRED HEART 16-28-1 (8-10 NEC)
Friday, May 10
Emmitsburg, Md. | E.T. Straw Family Stadium

Friday, May 10 – 11:00 AM & 2:30 PM
Saturday, May 11 – 4:00 PM (SENIOR DAY)

Mount St. Mary's would like to honor and thank Patrick Causa, Zack Costello, Pat Daly, Tom Hoffmeister, Alex Kriss, Michael Kuypers, Vaughn Parker II, and Noah Smith for everything they have done here at the Mount. Those of you leaving, we wish you the best of luck in the future.

The Mount St. Mary's baseball team split the double header with Bryant on Saturday at Conaty Field. The Bulldogs topped the Mount 5-1 in the first game but the Mountaineers outpowered Bryant 10-9 in the second game. With the win in the second game, the Mount has now toppled the Bulldogs for just the fifth time in program history. Zack Costello led Mount St. Mary's on the day after he combined to go 6-for-10 at the plate with two runs scored, and two RBI.

In game one, Senior Zack Costello recorded his 12th multi-hit game of the season in the loss after he tabbed a 2-for-4 game. Owen WoslegerPatrick Causa, and Alex Kriss added the other three hits in the game for the Mount. Causa plated the only run of the game for the Mountaineers on his 35th RBI of the year. Wosleger picked up his fifth double of the season with his only hit. Starting pitcher Jordan Geber pitched 5.2 quality frames while he only allowed four earned runs. Noah Smith threw 2.1 shutout innings in relief and struck out three batters. 

In game two, Thomas Savastio and Zack Costello led the Mountaineers offense after they combined for seven hits, four RBI, and four runs scored. The Mount rattled off 12 hits in the win and all of them were for just one base. Owen WoslegerAlex KrissPatrick CausaThomas Bramley, and Bryant Shivespicked up the other hits for Mount St. Mary's. Wosleger, Causa, and CJ Kozorosky all tabbed stolen bases. Michael Kuypers earned his third win of the year after he pitched seven solid frames while he only allowed four earned runs and struck out five.

Batting Average (min 2 AB/GP): Patrick Causa (.391), Myles Nicholson (.374), Zack Costello (.368)
Hits: Nicholson (61), Causa (61), Alex Kriss (51), Costello (50), Thomas Savastio (43)
Runs: Causa (43), Nicholson (40), Costello (34), Kriss (33), Savastio (29)
HR: Causa (11), Kriss (5), Costello (5), Savastio (4), Thomas Bramley (4), Pat Daly (3)
RBI: Kriss (46), Causa (35), Costello (28), Savastio (23), Nicholson (22), Bramley (21)
SB: Nicholson (34), Owen Wosleger (9), Causa (7), Savastio (6), Fisher (6)
ERA: (min 15.0 IP): Noah Smith (2.59), Michael Kuypers (3.95), Trey McGough (4.95)
IP: McGough (60.0), Kuypers (54.2), Jordan Geber (53.0), Smith (41.2)
Strikeouts: Geber (56), McGough (52), Kuypers (41), Smith (25), Brenden Kennedy (24)

Northeastern University scored three times in ninth to tie the game and then once in the 10th to earn a come-from-behind victory, 7-6, over the Bryant University baseball team on Wednesday afternoon at Conaty Park. The Bulldogs took a three-run lead to the ninth thanks to a three-run eighth inning home run from redshirt sophomore Ryan Ward but Bryant's sixth error of the game allowed the tying run to score in the top of the ninth. Bryant left the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th. Ward finished 2-for-5 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored. Classmate Jimmy Titus and junior Chris Wright also finished with two hits.

The Mountaineers sit at 24-41 in the all-time series with Sacred Heart. In the all-time series, Sacred Heart holds an 18-15 advantage on the Mount's home field. Last season, Mount St. Mary's took five of the six games between the two teams, including all four at E.T. Straw Family Stadium.

The Mount heads to Penn State for the last regular season game of the year on Tuesday, May 14 at 6:30 PM.