Top Tier Alumni Roundup

By Matt Plante
Vice President - Top Tier 

Each week we will highlight the Top Tier Alumni who made an impact for their team at the next level.

Mike Costanzo, Austin Peay
Had a huge outing on the mound getting his first win of the year throwing 6.1 innings of one-hit baseball with 8 strikeouts. Costanzo won Co-Pitcher of the Week honors for the Ohio Valley Conference.

Brian Rodemoyer, Illinois State
Went off at the plate for the Redbirds. Rodemoyer ended up going 6 for 12  on the weekend, with a double, 2 home runs and 10 RBI’s.

Zach Lewis, Wichita State
He threw 3 innings of relief to pick up the save surrendering only one hit, and 2 strikeouts.

Jason Goldstein, Illinois
Had a big weekend at the dish going 6 for 12, with one double and picking up 2 RBI’s.

Anthony Drago, Illinois
He also had a big first weekend for the Fighting Illini hitting as he went 4 for 10 with 4 doubles and 1 RBI.

Marty Napelton, Saint Joseph’s College
Had a big weekend at the plate going 5 for 12  with 4 RBI’s.

Malcolm Grady, Wabash Valley CC
Had a great college debut as he has thrown 9 innings on the year so far, with a record of 1-0 on the mound and a 2.0 ERA, while compiling 8 strikeouts so far.

Brett Shimanovsky, Saint Louis
Threw 2.2 innings of relief, giving up 2 hits and 0 earned runs, while striking out 4.

Liam Carter, Missouri
Threw 2.1 innings of relief, giving up only 1 hit, while striking out one and giving up 0 runs.

Brett Newberg, Austin Peay
Threw 2.2 innings of relief giving up 0 runs and striking out 2 in his first college debut.

Peyton Isaacson, Coastal Carolina
Went 1 for 2 with a triple and 3 RBI’s in his first college debut.

Trey Schramm, Xavier
Threw 1.1 innings of relief in his college debut, giving up 2 hits and 0 runs.

Max Allen, Georgetown
Threw 1 inning of relief giving up 1 hit and 0 runs.

Tyler Lass, Northwestern
Threw 0.2 innings of work giving up 0 runs and striking out one in his college debut.

Charlie Gould, William and Mary
Had a good weekend at the plate, going 3 for 10, with a double.

Jesse Forestell, Western Michigan
Went 3 for 12 in his college debut collecting his first collegiate homerun and 2 RBI’s.

Danny Mayer, Pacific
Collected 4 hits on opening weekend, showing big power, collecting 2 doubles and a home run.

Luke Johnson, Bucknell, Nick Kowalczyk, Illinois State, and Adam Walton, Illinois, all collected multiple hits on opening weekend.

Willie Bourbon and Ben Dickey, Northwestern, along with Eric Giltz, SIUE, and Neil Lambert, Arkansas State, all picked up their first collegiate hits on opening weekend of their college debut.

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