Top Tier Alumni Roundup

by Matt Plante
Vice President

Week 3 roundup of the top performers from our Top Tier Alumni in College Baseball.

Adam Walton
, Illinois
Had a huge weekend at the plate going 6 for 13, hitting .462 with 2 doubles, 2 RBI’s. This offensive outburst helped guide the Fighting Illini to three victories in the Stetson Invitational. On the weekend they beat Villanova, Stetson, and Central Michigan. He has upped his batting average to .306 on the season.

Jason Goldstein, Illinois
Had another big weekend at the dish going 6 for 14, hitting .429 with a double and 3 RBI’s. On the year, he is now leading the team in batting average at .421, and hits with 16, along with RBI’s at 7.

Anthony Drago, Illinois
Continues to have another rock solid weekend collecting his 1st home run of the year. He went 4-11, hitting .363 on the weekend with a home run and 2 RBI’s. On the year, he is second in batting average on the team at .333 and is leading the team in doubles with 4 and home runs with one. 

Charley Gould, William & Mary
Had another great weekend as he went 5 for 12, hitting .417 with 2 RBI’s against Virginia, Oregon State and San Diego. On the year, he is leading the team in batting average at .371  and is leading the team in doubles with 4.

Kyle Colletta, Northern Kentucky
Got back on track with a stellar weekend at the plate, going 7 for 15, hitting .467 with a triple and 2 RBI’s to help his team earn a split going 2 and 2 on the weekend versus Western Illinois.

Quinn Snarskis, Saint Joseph’s College
Threw his 2nd complete game of the year earning the win, going 7 innings, allowing 7 hits, 1 run, 1 walk, while striking out 5. The Pumas won 3 to 1 vs. Slippery Rock and his record has improved to 2 and 1 on the year, with an ERA of 3.57.

Malcolm Grady, Wabash Valley CC
Earned his 2nd win of the year throwing 6 innings of 1 hit baseball, giving up 0 earned runs while striking out 9 versus South Suburban CC this past weekend. This has improved his ERA to 1.42 on the year and a strikeout rate of 10.2 per game.

Danny Mayer, Pacific
Has another solid weekend going 5 for 16, hitting .313 with another home run, 2 doubles and 5 RBI’s.  Against Northern Colorado, he hit a game winning 3-run homer for the 8 to 5 win.  On the year, he leads his team in home runs with 3, RBI’s with 11 and doubles with 5.

Trey Schramm, Xavier
Earned his 1st collegiate win going 3 innings of relief versus USC Upstate.  In his 3 innings he allowed only 1 hit, 1 walk, 0 runs and had 3 K’s. This relief win helped Xavier sweep the series versus USC Upstate.

Jack Landwehr, Illinois State
Threw 2.2 innings of relief to pick up his 1st win of the year versus Ohio State. He allowed only 1 hit and 0 runs while striking out 1.

Nick Bates, Saint Louis
Threw 4.1 innings of relief versus Rockhurst to help his team get the win. In relief, he gave up 0 runs on 5 hits with 4 K’s.

Jesse Forestell, Western Michigan
He had  a solid weekend for the Broncos at the plate going 4 for 9, hitting .444.

Sean Hjelle, Kentucky
Threw 1 inning of relief versus Illinois State giving up 1 hit while striking out 2 to pick up his 1st collegiate save of the year.

Brett Newberg, Austin Peay
Threw .1  inning to get his 1st collegiate save against Mercer this past weekend.

Zach Lewis, Wichita State
Went 2 innings in a mid week start versus Nebraska-Omaha giving up 1 hit, 0 earned runs while striking out 2. Then later on the weekend, he got the start again versus Sam Houston State.  Even though he took the loss, he threw 4 innings giving up only 1 hit, 1 earned run while striking out 5.

Mark Chemello, Saint Joseph’s College
Earned his 1st save of the year versus Minnesota-Duluth throwing 1.2 innings of relief giving up 2 hits, 0 earned runs and striking out 2.  On the year, he has thrown 6.1 innings, giving up 6 hits, 1 earned run and striking out 6 with an ERA of 1.42.

Jordan Fedro, Bradley
Threw 2.2 innings of relief, allowing 3 hits, 0 runs and striking out 1.

Liam Carter, Missouri
Made two appearances against UIC this past weekend.  He threw 3.1 innings of relief total, giving up 3 hits, 0 earned runs and 3 K’s

Kevin Sullivan, Middle Tennessee State
Went 4 for 9 on the weekend, hitting .444 and helping his team take 2 out of 3 from South Alabama.

Jason Scholl, Eastern Illinois
Went 2 for 6 with 2 RBI’s with a game winning home run in the 12th inning to help EIU get its 1st win of the year versus nationally ranked Arkansas on March 5th.  

Luke Johnson, Bucknell
Went 2 for 4 with an RBI, with a big single in the 11th inning to help the game winning run come in to beat Notre Dame 6 to 5 over the weekend.

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