Two Sport Report #1

March 11, 2010
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The First Report Of The Baseball Season

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Last fall we reported on how college baseball players did in their “other” sports and now we’ll be following how they’re doing on the diamond this spring.  You will also find summaries of their fall/winter sport performances.

Clemson

Kyle Parker- 6’1-200 – Football: QB & Baseball: OF

Parker, a junior, leads the team with a .378 BA, with 4 HR and 10 RBI through 10 games.  He’s also 2-3 in stolen bases this season.

Parker passed for 2,526 yards with 20 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in 2009.  Clemson finished 9-5 last season beating Kentucky 21-13 in the Music City Bowl.

Columbia

Alexander Aurrichio- 6’6-225 – Soccer: GK & Baseball: 1B

Aurrichio, a sophomore, is 3-9 with a run and two RBI is two games this season.  The Lions are 1-3 this season.

In the fall, Aurrichio started all 17 games in goal for the Lion men’s soccer team with 76 saves, and1.32 goals allowed a game.  He also collected two shutouts on the season.  Columbia finished the 2009 season with a 4-12-1 record.

Elon

Scott Riddle-6’0-210-Jr. – Football: QB & Baseball: IF/C

Riddle is 4-21 on the season with two runs and an RBI while playing in 11 games, starting 4 of them.  Elon is 8-4 on the 2010 season.

This season Riddle became the  Southern Conference record holder for career completions and passing yards.

Riddle passed for 3,345  yards with 23 touchdowns and seven interceptions for the Phoenix in 2009.

Riddle led Elon (9-3)to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, but the Phoenix lost 16-13 to #4 Richmond in the first round.  He finished seventh in the nation with 278.7 passing yards a game.

Fairfield

Tucker Nathans-6’0-180-Jr. – Soccer: Forward & Baseball: 2B

Nathans is hitting 4 for 26 with a run, a double, and 5 walks in 7 games this season.  Fairfield is 4-3 so far in 2010.

Nathans started 10 of Fairfield’s 17 soccer games and totaled three points in 2009.  Nathans started all 47 games for the Fairfield baseball team last season, and led the Stags with a .377 average with a 1.006 OPS.

George Washington

Marshall Seedorff-6′3-185-So. – Swimming: Sprints & Baseball: P

On the mound this season, Seedorf has made 4 appearances, throwing 5 innings total.  He is 1-0 with a save striking out 3 and walking 1, while only giving up 4 hits.  GW is 8-4 overall this season.

Seedorf was one of just two freshman to qualify for the Atlantic 10 Championship finals in both the 50 and 100 meter freestyle events in 2009.  He pitched in relief in 13 games last season for the GW baseball team.

Holy Cross

Josh Hauser-6’4-218-Fr. – Football: TE & Baseball: P

Hauser has thrown 3 innings giving up 4 hits and 3 runs while striking out 3 and walking 2 in his 3 appearances.

Hauser did not play in the 2009 season.

Holy Cross (9-3) won the Patriot League title but lost 38-28 to Villanova in the first round of the FCS playoffs.

Indiana

Matt Ernest-6’2-190-Jr. – Football: CB & Baseball: P

Ernest has made 4 appearances on the mound, throwing 9 innings giving up 10 hits, 4 ER, 3 K, and 6 BB.  The Hoosiers are 4-7 early in the season.

Ernest moves to defense after spending his first two seasons as a WR.  Last season Ernest caught 7 passes for 69 yards and a TD.  He was also a 4-time special teams player of the week.  The Hoosiers finished 2009 4-8.

Kentucky

Brian Adams-6’4-212-Fr. – Football: WR & Baseball: OF

Adams has gone 2 for 4 in limited action this season.  Kentucky is 10-2 overall to start 2010.

Adams did not play in 2009 for the football team.  The Wildcats finished last season 7-6, losing to Clemson 21-13 in the Music City Bowl.

Louisiana-Monroe

Kolton Browning-6’2-181-Fr. – Football: QB & Baseball: Pitcher.
Browning is a true freshman that is a back-up quarterback on the football team and is expected to pitch for the Warhawk baseball team next spring.

McNeese State

Jace Peterson-6’1-190-So. – Football: Safety & Baseball: IF

Peterson is batting .391 with 4 doubles, 1 HR, and 10 RBI in 11 games this season.  He is also 10-12 in stolen bases this season in helping the Cowboys to a 6-5 mark thus far.

Peterson had 39 tackles, three sacks and an interception in 2009.  McNeese State lost 49-13 to New Hampshire in the first round of the FCS playoffs.

Nebraska

Khiry Cooper-6’2-180-rsFr. – Football: WR & Baseball: OF

Cooper has started this season batting .381 with 4 RBI and a stolen base while starting 5 games and appearing in 8 overall.  The Huskers are 4-7 this season.

Cooper caught 13 passes for 80 yards and a TD in 12 games for the Cornhusker football team.  Nebraska finished 2009 10-4 beating Arizona 33-0 in the Holiday Bowl.

Nicholls State

Mike Barba-6’1-180-Fr. – Football: WR & Baseball: OF

Barba has appeared in 9 games, starting 2 of them for the Colonels.  He’s hitting 2 for 13 with 4 runs, a walk, and a stolen base.

Barba caught 9 passes for 177 yards and 3 TDs in 2009.

Kyle Hughes-6’5-220-Sr. – Football: LB & Baseball: P

Hughes has made just one appearance so far on the mound.  He’s thrown 2/3 of an inning giving up 2 hits, a run, while striking out 1 and walking 1.

Hughes recorded 34 tackles with an interception for the Colonel’s (3-8) in 2009.

North Carolina State

Russell Wilson-5’11-201 – Football: QB & Baseball: 2B

Wilson has played in 9 games, starting 2 on the diamond.  He’s hitting 8 for 20 with 9 runs, 2 HR and 6 RBI in helping the Wolfpack to an 11-1 start.

He totaled 3,027 passing yards with 31 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 2009, while also rushing for 260 yards and 4 more scores.   His 31 touchdown passes led the ACC.

He passed for 259 yards and 4 touchdowns to help N.C. State (5-7) upset North Carolina (8-4) to end an otherwise disappointing season for the Wolfpack.

Notre Dame

Eric Maust-6’2-190-Sr. – Football: P & Baseball: Pitcher

Maust has appeared in 3 games, starting 2 on the mound this season.  In his 11 innings of work, he’s given up 11 hits, 8 earned runs, striking out 5 and walking 5.  His ERA is 6.55.  The Irish are 5-6 this season.

Maust averaged 35.8 yards on 19 punts in 2009.  As the holder on ND’s field goal team he completed a pass to convert a first down on a fake FG vs. USC.

Penn State

Jesse Alfreno-5’11-194-Jr. – Football: CB & Baseball: P

Alfreno has made 5 appearances on the mound and sports a 1-0 record.  In 5.2 innings of work, he has given up 6 hits, 7 runs, striking out 3 and walking 7.  The Nittany Lions are 4-5 this year.

Alfreno made one appearance for the football team last season.

Sacred Heart

Steve Tedesco-6’1-195-Sr. – Football: WR & Baseball: IF

Tedesco is 5 for 22 with 7 runs and an RBI in 6 starts this season.

Tedesco is the Sacred Heart (2-8) school record holder with 37 career touchdowns.  Tedesco had a career day with 12 catches for 144 yards and four touchdowns in the Pioneer’s season-ending 45-42 loss to Duquesne.  He finished the 2009 season with a team-high 67 receptions for 865 yards and 11 touchdowns.  He was selected to play in the 9th annual East Coast Bowl All-Star Game.

Bobby Shepherd-6’1-180-rs Fr. – Football: P & Baseball: P

Shepherd has thrown 4 innings in 2 appearances this year giving up 6 hits and 5 earned runs with 3 K and 1 BB.

On the gridiron, Shepherd punted the ball 13 times averaging 34.7 yards per punt.  He also had 10 kickoffs with a touchback.

Texas State

Jeff McVaney-6’2-220-So. – Football: FB & Baseball: OF/LHP

McVaney is 1 for 5 at the plate with a run and an RBI.  On the mound, he’s thrown 2.1 innings in 3 appearances, giving up only 2 hits as the Bobcats start the season 5-6.

The fullback had four carries for nine yards in 2009.

Villanova

Matt Szczur-5’11-195-Jr. – Football: WR & Baseball: OF

Szczur is second on the team with .455 BA scoring 16 runs and 5 RBI in helping Villanova to a 10-2 start.

Szczur was second team All-CAA in football last season as a sophomore.  He was named the Colonial Athletic Associations Offensive Player of the Year and Special Teams Player of the Year in 2009.   He is just the second player in CAA history to receive two major awards in the same season.

Szczur’s 2009 stats include:  45 catches for 534 yards and 4 touchdowns, 86 rushes for 562 yards and 7 TDs, 3 of 3 pass attempts for 21 yards and 2 touchdowns, and 26 kickoff returns for a 27.7 average and another TD.

The Wildcats beat Montana 23-21 to win the NCAA Championship.

Marlon Calbi-5’11-180-So. – Football: QB/Holder & Baseball: SS

Calbi is hitting .220 with 9 runs  and 2 RBI.

Calbi was the third-string quarterback who played in 14 games as the team’s holder.

Christian Culicerto-5’9-190-So. – Football: QB & Baseball: LHP

Culicerto has thrown 3 innings in 2 appearances giving up 1 hit, with 2 K, and 1 BB

Culicerto did not appear last year for the Wildcat football team.

Wofford

Landon Bennett-6’3-200-So. – Football: K/P & Baseball: OF

Bennett is hitting .289 with 10 runs, 1 HR, and 9 RBI this season.  He’s also 3 for 3 in stolen bases.  Wofford is 5-6.

Bennett did not appear in 2009 for the football team.

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