Mets Alumni - Week Three
ETHAN BOISVERT - Threw and inning in relief giving up one un-earned run, one hit and struck out two batters.
RYAN CAPUANO - Threw an inning and a third against St. John's giving up two hits, no runs, and struck out one batter.
DREW HOWARD - Howard picked up a no decision in his start throwing four innings giving up two runs on four hits, and striking out three batters.
ADAM KHAN - Threw three innings against Oregon Tech, striking out one batter while giving up three runs on four hits.
MARSHALL LEISHMAN - had a rough start this week giving up eight runs in three innings of work, Leishman managed to pick up two strikeouts.
BLAKE MACMILLAN - In four innings, Macmillan gave up six hits, two earned runs and struck out four batters in a no decision for Niagara.
ZAK SZABO - against UAB, Szabo pitching an inning giving up two hits and two runs, striking out one batter.
MATT FERRIS - went 0-1 in his only appearance of the week.
CONNOR HICKS - went 0-1 in his only appearance of the week.
EVAN MAGILL - recorded two hits, scored two runs, and belted a double and drove in one RBI.
JACOB BONZON - had a four hit week that included two doubles, an RBI, and three runs scored.
CAL BRAZIER - Brazier belted his second home-run of the season to go along with four hits, an RBI, stolen base and three runs scored.
DANIEL CARINCI - continued a strong start to his season, collecting three hits two RBI's including a triple.
JUSTIN CARINCI - another massive week for Carinci, the Alumni of the Month for February had seven hits, scored six runs, belted a home-run and stole four bases.
ERIC CHARTIER - No stats recorded
NOAH HULL - Hull recorded five hits this week while scoring three runs and belting home-runs number four and five on the season, and knocking in three RBI's
COLE IANTOMASI - picked up his first college home-run - hitting .313 on the season with four RBI, and five runs scored.
BEN JONES - monster week for Jones picking up eight hits, scoring three runs, driving in three RBI's and hitting his first home-run of the season to go along with stealing two bases.
GREG LACHANCE - recored two hits, scored two runs and hit his first college home-run. Lachance also picked up a stolen base and drove in two RBI's
BRANDO LEROUX - collected another five hits, including his fifth home-run of the season. Leroux also scored six runs, stole a base, a collected a double and triple.
AARON MANIAS - In two games this week, Manias picked up three hits, scored two runs, and drove in two RBI's
LEO MARKOTIC - a six hit week for Markotic including scoring four runs and driving in three RBI's. He also recorded his first double of the year.
KEEGAN MARTIN - the Freshmen picked up two hits in three games this week
CJ MAURY - recorded four hits this week belting four RBI's and scoring four runs.
GRIFFIN MCMILLAN - picked up a hit and a walk this week.
ALEX SCOULAR - picked up a hit and a walk
JAKE BUCOVETSKY - the junior picked up three hits, three runs, two RBI, two walks and a stolen base.
BRODY BLACK - a big offensive week for Black, picking up six hits, scoring three runs, belting two doubles and driving in an RBI.
CHARLIE IRIOTAKIS - picked up a walk in two at bats this week.
ZACH KOUROUS - Kourous impressed this week going 5-10 with four RBI's and two doubles.
NOEL MCGARRY-DOYLE - a productive week for McGarry-Doyle picking up four hits including five RBI's two doubles and his their home-run of the season. He also scored three runs and stole a base.
BRYCE ELIAS - made the most of his opportunities, belting a RBI triple in his only official at bat of the week.
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CADEN SHAPIRO - good week for the sophomore against Duke picking up three hits in seven at bats and driving in two RBI's.