Top Tier Alumni Roundup

by Matt Plante
Vice President

Week 2 roundup of the top performers from our Top Tier Alumni in College Baseball.

Mike Costanzo, Austin Peay
Had another great performance on the mound this past weekend vs. Alcorn State. He threw 7 innings of one hit baseball giving up 0 runs and striking out 10.  In his 2 starts this year, Mike has a 1.35 ERA in 13.1 innings of work allowing just 2 hits, 2 runs, 2 walks, and striking out 18 batters along with having opponents hit a bismal .049 batting average.

Quinn Snarskis, Saint Joseph’s
Picked up his first collegiate win throwing a complete game 9 inning performance, giving up 5 hits, 2 runs, 0 earned, with 5 strikeouts to beat Ashland 4 to 2.

Dalton Hottle, Lewis
Picked up the win in Lewis University’s home opener vs. Seton Hall.  Hottle threw 7.1 innings giving up 6 hits, 3 runs with 3 strikeouts.

Willie Bourbon, Northwestern
Had a breakout weekend to help Northwestern get to 4-4 on the year by going 6 for 15, hitting .400 with a double, triple and 5 RBI’s vs. Pacific.

Ben Dickey, Northwestern
Had a great weekend to help Northwestern vs. Pacific going 5 for 13, hitting .385 on the weekend with a double, triple and 3 RBI’s.

Richard Fordon, Northwestern
Had 1 inning of relief work on one hit and 0 runs.  On the year, Richard has a 0 ERA in 2.1 innings of relief work, holding opponents to a .143 batting average.

Justin Kelly, Wayne State
In his first collegiate opening weekend he went 4 for 9, hitting .444 with 1 RBI.

Brett Newberg, Austin Peay
Threw 1 inning of relief work giving up 2 hits and striking out 2.  On the year, he has thrown 3.2 innings of relief only giving up 2 hits, striking out 4, with a 0 ERA and holding opponents batting averages to .143.

Tyler Radtke, Iowa
Has thrown 3 innings of relief for the Hawkeyes this year giving up only 3 hits, striking out 4 and posting a 0 ERA.

Mitch Vogrin, Illinois State
Threw 1 inning of relief work, with 2 K’s and 0 hits and 0 runs given up.

Jack Landwehr, Illinois State
Had multiple appearances this weekend to total 1.1 innings of work, giving up 2 hits, 0 runs with 2 strikeouts and a save.

Kyle Colletta, Northern Kentucky
Had a good weekend, helping Northern Kentucky take 2 out of 3 vs. East Tennessee State by going 4 for 12 with two doubles and 2 RBI’s.

Sean Hjelle, Kentucky
Had 1 inning of relief work giving up 0 runs and striking out 1.  On the year, Hjelle as a true freshman has 2 innings of work posting a 0 ERA giving up 2 hits with 4 K’s.

Jason Goldstein, Illinois
Continued to stay hot at the plate going 4 for 12 on the weekend to help the Fighting Illini take 2 out of 3 from Florida Gulf Coast.  He tallied another double and 2 RBI’s on the weekend.

Anthony Drago, Illinois
Had a multi hit performance in Game 2 vs. Florida Gulf Coast going 3 for 4 with an RBI.

Charley Gould, William & Mary
Had another strong weekend going 4 for 10 helping William & Mary get 3 wins vs. Holy Cross.  He tallied 2 more doubles and 3 RBI’s.

Zach Lewis, Wichita State
Threw 3.2 innings of relief vs. Oral Roberts giving up 5 hits, 1 run with 2 K’s.  He threw another inning vs. New Mexico at the end of the weekend giving up 0 runs and tallying another strikeout.   On the year, he has thrown 7.2 innings of relief, posting a 1.17 ERA.

Jordan Sheinkop, George Washington
Threw 4 innings of relief vs. Kent State giving up 7 hits, 3 runs and striking out 8.

Marty Napelton, Saint Joseph’s
Extended his hitting streak to 6 games this weekend, while maintaining a .348 batting average on the year.

Danny Mayer, Pacific
Had a solid weekend going 5 for 17 on the weekend vs. Northwestern hitting another home run, which now leads his team with two on the year.

Nick Bates, Saint Louis
Pitched 3 innings of relief giving up 4 hits, 0 runs with 3 K’s.

Brett Shimanovsky, Saint Louis
Threw 1.2 innings of relief giving up 2 hits, 0 earned runs with 2 K’s.

Trey Schramm, Xavier
Pitched 3.2 innings of relief vs. Mercer this past weekend allowing 3 hits, 3 runs while striking out 4.

Chris Marras, Butler
Had a solid weekend hitting, going 3 for 9 at the plate, hitting .333 with 2 doubles, a triple and 3 RBI’s.

Louis Niemerg, Maryville
Had a good performance at the plate going 2 for 3 to help University of Maryville get back to 7-7 on the year beating Grand Valley State this past weekend.

Kevin Sullivan, Middle Tennessee State
At the plate went 2 for 5 with an RBI this past weekend

Michael Schalasky, Indianapolis
Threw 1 inning of relief giving up 0 runs on 0 hits with 1 K.

Brian Rodemoyer, Illinois State
Had another double on the weekend, continuing to have success at the plate hitting .318 on the year.

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