Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association – 2021 – Week 4 Summary

Things got back to normal for the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association in Week 4 with all games proceeding as scheduled. Games that were rained out during Week 3 will be made up this coming weekend.

Saturday October 2, 2021

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Holland College Hurricanes @ Acadia Axemen

In Game 1, Acadia shut out Holland College by a score of 9 to 0. The Acadia offense was led by Jackson Colbourne (2 for 3 with a Triple, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Pat McWilliam (2 for 4 with a Double, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), and Doug Hassell (1 for 3 with a Home Run). Matt Bradley went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 106 pitches. Acadia committed No Errors in the game. For Holland College, Ben MacDougall and Ethan McLellan had the only 2 hits in the game. Starter Cody LeBlanc took the Loss, giving up 6 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 5 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 85 pitches. Holland College committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Holland College came back with a solid offensive output to beat Acadia 8 to 3. The Holland College offense was very balanced with only Rhyann Storr recording more than 1 of their 8 Hits (2 for 4 with an RBI). Six Hurricanes went 1 for 3 including Dylan Worth (a Double, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ben MacDougall (a Double, a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Drew Grady, Ethan McLellan (a Double, a Walk and a Run Scored), Brayden Lebel (a Walk and 2 Runs Scored), and Matt Peacock (a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored). Starter Eric Anderson threw 6 1/3 Innings for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 4 Hits while Walking 5, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 96 pitches. Holland College committed 1 Error in the game. For Acadia, Eric Wozniewicz, Parker MacIntyre, Pat McWilliam, Doug Hassell, and Seth Routledge each chipped in with 1 hit. Starter Jacobie Ford took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 87 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game.

Dalhousie Tigers @ St. Francis Xavier X-Men

In Game 1, STFX shut out Dal by a score of 8 to 0. The Acadia offense was led by Lucas Fraser (4 for 4 with 2 Doubles, 2 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Kyle Moore (3 for 4 with 2 RBI’s), Ty Arsenault (2 for 3 with 2 Runs Scored) and Dylan Brown (2 for 4 with an RBI). Brett Baxter went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 5 Hits while Walking 1, Striking Out 5, and throwing a total of 113 pitches. STFX committed 4 Errors in the game. For Dalhousie, Josh Hatfield went 2 for 3 with a Double while D Garinger, Ben Widdecombe, and Dylan Corsini each chipped in with a Hit. Starter Nick Manias took the Loss, giving up 13 Hits and 7 Earned Runs over 6 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 111 pitches. Dalhousie committed 2 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, offense was tough to come by but Dalhousie scored in the 7th to win it 1 to 0. The Dalhousie Offense was led by Dylan Corsini (2 for 3 with the only Run Scored), Kiwean Song (1 for 2 with a Walk and the only RBI), and Ben Widdecombe (1 for 3). Starter Garrett Windsor went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 1 Hit while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 80 pitches. Dalhousie committed 2 Errors in the game. For STFX, Ty Arsenault had their only Hit in the game. Starter Dylan Brown took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 1 Earned Run over 7 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 93 pitches. STFX committed no Errors in the game.

University of New Brunswick Reds @ Saint Mary’s Huskies

In Game 1, Saint Mary’s was able to come up with a 6 to 4 Win over UNB. The Saint Mary’s offense was able to score 6 runs with only 4 hits, one each from Luke Robison (1 for 2 with and RBI and a Run Score), Brett Stover (1 for 2 with a Walk and a Run Scored), Oscar Kozariz (1 for 3 with a Run Scored), and Logan MacNeil (1 for 3 with a Run Scored). Spencer Murray went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 6 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 107 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in the game. For UNB, the offense was led by Connor Hill (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), Luke Smith (1 for 2 with a Run Scored), David Bunce (1 for 2 with a Walk), Connor Ellsworth (1 for 3), and Nick Rushton (1 for 4 with 2 RBI’s). Starter Diego Leclair took the Loss, giving up 3 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 3 2/3 innings, while Walking 3, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 67 pitches. UNB committed 2 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, UNB got the bats going and put a 14 to 2 beating on SMU. The UNB offense was led by Owen Lohnes (2 for 3 with a Grand Slam Home Run, 5 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Connor Hill (2 for 3 with 2 Doubles, 2 Walks, and 3 Runs Scored), Adam Estey (2 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and 3 Runs Scored) and Connor Ellsworth (2 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored). Starter Rylan Matchett went 6 Innings for the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 7 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 90 pitches. UNB committed 1 Error in the game. For SMU, the offense was led by Oscar Kozariz (2 for 3 with a Double and a Run Scored), Kyle Sampson (2 for 3 with a Run Scored), and Spencer Murray (2 for 3). Starter Cameron Hughes took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 1 Earned Run over 7 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 84 pitches. SMU committed 4 Errors in the game.

Sunday October 3, 2021

Acadia Axemen @ Saint Mary’s Huskies

In Game 1, Acadia beat SMU by a score of 10 to 4. The Acadia offense was led by Doug Hassell (3 for 4 with 4 RBI’s), Garrett Culleton (2 for 3 with a Home Run, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 4 Runs Scored), and Jamal Davis (2 for 3 with a Walk, and 2 RBI’s). Jake MacKinnon went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 4 Earned Runs and 8 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 133 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game. For SMU, the offense was led by Logan Raftus (3 for 4 with a Run Scored) and Brett Stover (1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s). Spencer Murray, Larry Barton, Oscar Kozariz, and Logan MacNeil each chipped in with a Hit of their own. Starter Brock Townsend took the Loss, giving up 7 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 5, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 98 pitches. SMU committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Acadia came out on top of SMU by the exact same score of 10 to 4. The Acadia offense was very balanced with 9 player recording Hits. The top hitters included Garrett Culleton (2 for 3 with 2 Walks, 1 RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Cole Stevens (2 for 3 with a Run Scored), Seth Routledge (1 for 2 with a Double, 2 Walks, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Jake MacKinnon (1 for 2 with 2 Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Doug Hassell (2 for 5 with an RBI and 2 Runs Scored), and Pat McWilliam (2 for 5 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Keegan Gaskell went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 3 Earned Runs and 8 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 97 pitches. Acadia committed 3 Errors in the game. For Saint Mary’s the offense was led by Justin Hubley (2 for 3 with a Double and Run Scored), Brock Townsend (2 for 4 with a Double, 2 RBI’s and a Run Scored), and Spencer Murray (2 for 4). Starter JLogan MacNeil took the Loss, giving up 12 Hits and 9 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 6, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 123 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in the game.

Holland College Hurricanes @ St. Francis Xavier X-Men

In Game 1, Holland College beat St. FX by a score of 10 to 4. The Hurricanes offense was led by Dylan Worth (2 for 3 with a Double, a Walk, 3 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Drew Grady (2 for 4 with a Double, 4 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ethan McLellan (2 for 4), and Jack MacKenzie (2 for 5 with 2 Runs Scored). Ben MacDougall went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 3 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 105 pitches. Holland College committed 2 Errors in the game. For STFX, the offense was led by Ewan Galloway (1 for 2 with a Walk and an RBI), Kyle Moore (1 for 2 with a Walk and a Run Score), and Michael Sampson (1 for 3 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Dominik Tremblay took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 7 Runs (only 2 Earned) over 5 2/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 111 pitches. STFX committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Holland College really got the bats going with 16 Hits in a 15 to 5 Win over STFX. The top hitters for Holland College included Brett Caissie (3 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Ben MacDougall (3 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Garret Hebert (2 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 3 Runs Scored), Rhyan Storr (2 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), and Drew Grady (2 for 4 with a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored). Reliever Jack MacKenzie took over for Starter Ethan McLellan and threw 5 Innings for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 6 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 82 pitches. Holland College committed 1 Error in the game. For STFX the offense was led by Kyle Moore (2 for 4 with a Double and Run Scored), Lucas Fraser (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), Brett Baxter (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), and Michael Sampson (1 for 3 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Jonathan Tremblay took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 3 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 69 pitches. STFX committed 1 Error in the game.

University of New Brunswick Reds @ Dalhousie University Tigers

In Game 1, UNB beat Dal by a score of 9 to 7. The Reds offense was led by Adam Estey (3 for 4 with a Double, a Triple, a Walk, and 3 Runs Scored), Matthew Munn (2 for 3 with a Walk, and 2 Runs Scored), and Rylan Matchett (2 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Ryan Nason took over for Starter Matt Nason and threw 3 Innings for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 59 pitches. UNB committed 2 Errors in the game. For Dal, the offense was led by Zach Bond (1 for 1 with 2 Walks and 3 Runs Scored), Dylan Corsini (3 for 4 with a Double, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Mark Howatt (1 for 3 with a Double, a Walk and 2 RBI’s), and Ben Rittenberg (1 for 3 with an RBI and a Run Scored). Starter D Garinger took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 8 Runs (only 4 Earned) over 2 innings, while Walking 6, Striking Out 1, and throwing a total of 74 pitches. Dal committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, UNB kept the bats going with 13 Hits in a 7 to 5 Win over Dal. The top hitters for the Reds included Matt Nason (3 for 4 with a Double, a Triple, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Connor Hill (3 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored), and Nick Rushton (3 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Owen Lohnes took over for Starter David Bunce and threw 2 Innings for the Win, giving up 3 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 51 pitches. UNB committed 1 Error in the game. For Dal the offense was led by Aidan Rittenberg (1 for 2 with a Walk and 2 Runs Scored), Ben Rittenberg (1 for 3 with a Double, a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored), and Zach Bond (1 for 3 with a Walk and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Evan Dunbrille took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 2 Earned Runs over 1 2/3 innings, while Walking 2, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 43 pitches. Dal committed 2 Errors in the game.

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