The CCBL NCAA Tournament Viewing Guide

If you’ve ever made it down to see baseball on the Cape during a summer, you’ll know how special it is to watch the best collegiate summer baseball league in the country. The calibur of play reflects the fact that the league draws from the top programs in the country, many of whom are part of the 64-team Division I Tournament that kicks off this Friday. For the third straight year, ESPN’s Bases Loaded platform will bring college baseball fans every minute of the action— you can catch every game on WatchESPN, the key moments on the NFL Redzone-style Bases Loaded channel, and select regionals on the Worldwide Leader’s TV channels. Below, I’ve compiled a list of the ’14 alumni and new faces in ’15 (not enough time to dig around for ’12s and ’13s, sorry). By my count, 222 ’14 and ’15 Cape Leaguers on 55 of the 64 teams will have a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament this weekend. Pop me an email (necollegebaseball@aol.com) or tweet (@NECollegeBsbl) if I missed anybody, and enjoy the baseball.

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Bourne Braves

The Braves will be represented by a league-high 36 recent and incoming players on 23 rosters. Two-way stud and ’15er Brendan McKay (Louisville) was tabbed the ACC Freshman of the Year last week, and teammate Sutton Whiting got first-team honors. ’14er Jimmy Herget got first-team honors as a starter in another power conference, the AAC. Besides having five players apiece on national seeds Louisville and Florida, Bourne is represented on three of four rosters in the Gators’ Gainesville and Vandy’s Nashville Regional.

  • Arizona State: C Brian Serven ’14/’15 (.301, 5 HR, 33 RBI), P Ryan Kellogg ’14 (8-2, 3.67, 86:19 K:BB)
  • Arkansas: P Dominic Taccolini ’15 (6-4, 4.32)
  • Clemson: P Jake Long ’14 (2-1, 2.20)
  • Dallas Baptist: IF Cameron Duzenack ’15 (.274, 38 RBI, 13 HBP)
  • East Carolina: 1B/OF Bryce Harman ’14 (.241, 7 HR, 27 RBI)
  • Florida: IF Peter Alonso ’15 (.301, 3 HR, 22 RBI, 29 G), OF Harrison Bader ’14 (.290, 13 HR, 52 RBI), IF Richie Martin ’14 (.290, 4 HR, 31 RBI), P Brett Morales ’14 (1-0, 4.50, 6 apps), P Kirby Snead ’15 (1-0, 2.70, 24 apps)
  • Florida Atlantic: IF CJ Chatham ’15 (.344, 22 2B, 43 RBI)
  • Florida State: P Boomer Biegalski ’15 (7-4, 2.84, 111 K)
  • Illinois: P Cody Sedlock ’15 (4-0, 4.30, 20 apps)
  • Lipscomb: P Ian Martinez-McGraw ’14 (7-3, 2.50)
  • Louisville: P/1B Brendan McKay ’15 (.319, 14 2B; 8-3, 1.76, 4 SV), P Josh Rogers ’14/’15 (7-1, 3.62, 70:24 K:BB), IF Nick Solak ’15 (.327, 15 2B, 14 HBP), P Jake Sparger ’14/’15 (1.65, 13 apps), IF Sutton Whiting ’14 (.311, 25 RBI, 14 SB)
  • LSU: IF Greg Deichmann ’15 (10 G), OF Mark Laird ’14 (.324, 22 RBI, 13 SB)
  • Mercer: P Eric Nyquist ’14 (9-2, 3.22, 3 CG)
  • Miami (FL): P Bryan Garcia ’15 (5-2, 2.94, 9 SV), P Cooper Hammond ’15 (5-1, 1.78, 31 apps)
  • North Carolina State: IF/OF Logan Ratledge ’14 (.330, 8 HR, 37 RBI)
  • Notre Dame: P Ryan Smoyer ’15 (9-0, 2.13)
  • Radford: P Dylan Nelson ’14 (6-3, 3.97)
  • South Florida: P Jimmy Herget ’14 (9-3, 2.95, 109 K)
  • St. John’s: P Joe Kuzia ’14 (3-1, 3.16, 31 apps)
  • Texas A&M: IF Blake Allemand ’14 (.356, 5 HR, 34 RBI), OF Nick Banks ’15 (.370, 5 HR, 40 RBI)
  • UNC Wilmington: OF Casey Golden ’15 (.295, 15 2B, 43 RBI)
  • Vanderbilt: C Jason Delay ’14/’15 (.284, 18 RBI), IF Zander Wiel ’14 (.320, 12 HR, 57 RBI)
  • VCU: IF Vimael Machin ’14 (.336, 3 HR, 50 RBI)

Brewster Whitecaps

New head coach Jamie Shevchik just wrapped up his 9th straight appearance in the Division III Tournament with Keystone, and many of his new players will be taking the field this weekend. The Whitecaps will have 18 recent and incoming players on 11 rosters. The group includes AAC first-teamer Luke Lowery (East Carolina) and second-teamer Josh Vidales (Houston), as well as WCC first-teamer Brandon Caruso (Pepperdine). Brewster faithful will want to keep the closest eye on the Coral Gables Regional, where three of four rosters have Whitecaps connections.

  • East Carolina: P Evan Kruczynski ’15 (8-4, 3.06, 2 CG), C Luke Lowery ’14 (.313, 12 HR, 49 RBI)
  • Florida International: C Juan Escarra ’15 (.280, 5 HR, 33 RBI)
  • Florida State: C Danny de la Calle ’14 (.260, 8 HR, 34 RBI), IF John Sansone ’14 (.250, 8 HR, 36 RBI)
  • Houston: OF Justin Montemayor ’14 (22 R, 25 RBI), OF Josh Vidales ’14 (.307, 38 RBI)
  • Louisville: OF Colin Lyman ’15 (37 G)
  • Maryland: C Kevin Martir ’14 (.330, 7, 42 RBI), P Zach Morris ’14 (3-2, 2.86, 21 apps), OF LaMonte Wade ’14 (.338, 27 RBI)
  • Miami (FL): P Danny Garcia ’15 (6-1, 3.21)
  • Michigan: P Evan Hill ’14 (1-2, 5.17, 10 G), IF Travis Maezes ’14 (.293, 10 2B, 26 RBI)
  • Oregon: P Trent Paddon ’15 (15 apps, 2.45 in Pac-12 play)
  • Pepperdine: OF Brandon Caruso ’15 (.305, 19 2B, 23 RBI)
  • Vanderbilt: C/1B Karl Ellison ’15 (.227, 13 RBI, 36 G), P Jordan Sheffield ’15 (5-2, 2.95, 20 apps)

Chatham Anglers

After having been a part of one of Providence’s tournament teams back in the 70s (may the Friars rest in peace), Chatham head coach John Schiffner will know a thing or two about what’s in store for 15 of his Anglers this weekend. The bunch comes from 9 programs spread over 8 regionals. It includes ACC first-teamer Zack Burdi (Louisville), NEC first-teamer Zack Short (Sacred Heart), and USC product Bobby Stahel, who’s hitting nearly .380 for the Trojans. The Anglers have players on four of the eight national seeds, as well as a pair of the teams playing in TCU’s Fort Worth Regional.

  • Florida: P/IF Dane Dunning ’15 (5-2, 3.95, 13 GS), C/3B Mike Rivera ’15 (.273, 10 2B, 39 RBI)
  • Louisville: P Zack Burdi ’14/’15 (5-0, 0.75, 9 SV)
  • LSU: OF Jake Fraley ’14/’15 (.300, 30 RBI, 18 SB), P Jake Godfrey ’15 (7-1, 4.70)
  • Oklahoma State: IF/C Kevin Bradley ’15 (.281, 23 RBI), P Garrett Williams ’14/’15 (1-0, 4.91, 18 apps)
  • Pepperdine: C/1B Aaron Barnett ’15 (.299, 10 2B, 29 RBI), P AJ Puckett ’15 (7-5, 4.05, 76 K)
  • Sacred Heart: IF Zack Short ’15 (.302, 9 HR, 38 RBI)
  • Stony Brook: P Cameron Stone ’15 (2-0, 0.72, 6 SV)
  • UCLA: OF Ty Moore ’14 (.335, 5 HR, 47 RBI), OF/1B Luke Persico ’15 (.286, 16 2B, 38 RBI)
  • USC: P/1B Jeff Paschke ’15 (1-0, 5.52, 12 apps), OF Bobby Stahel ’15 (.379, 31 RBI)

Cotuit Kettleers

Head coach Mike Roberts’s Tar Heels got left out of the field this year, but he won’t have any trouble finding someone to root for. 19 Kettlers from 15 programs will play in regionals this weekend. That group racked up a lot of accolades this season. Kyle Lewis’s (Mercer) monster .691 slugging mark helped him take home SoCon Player of the Year honors, and Cotuit placed first-teamers in the Big South (Coastal Carolina’s Michael Paez) and Big Ten (Michigan’s Jackson Glines). In addition, Texas A&M’s Logan Taylor (second team) and Vanderbilt’s Kyle Wright (freshman team) both earned recognition in the SEC. Both the College Station and Louisville Regionals have multiple rosters with ties to the 2010 and 2013 league champions.

  • Auburn: IF Jordan Ebert ’14 (.250, 23 RBI), OF Anfernee Grier ’15 (.330, 22 2B), P Trey Wingenter ’14 (4.31, 4 SV)
  • Bradley: IF Spencer Gaa ’15 (.343, 31 RBI)
  • Coastal Carolina: SS/OF Michael Paez ’15 (.330, 7 HR, 41 RBI, .437 OBP, 19 SB)
  • Louisiana-Lafayette: P Reagan Bazar ’14 (3.38, 13 apps)
  • Mercer: OF Kyle Lewis ’14 (.373, 18 2B, 17 HR, 56 RBI)
  • Michigan: OF Jackson Glines ’14 (.359, 13 2B, 34 RBI)
  • North Carolina State: OF Jake Fincher ’14 (.301, 20 RBI)
  • Oregon: C Tim Susnara ’15 (.231, 16 RBI, 40 G)
  • Pepperdine: P Jackson McClelland ’14 (6-3, 2.42, 2 CG)
  • Texas: C Tres Barrera ’14 (.288, 9 HR, 32 RBI), P Travis Duke ’14 (3.38, 25 apps)
  • Texas A&M: IF Logan Taylor ’14 (.358, 10 HR, 46 RBI)
  • Tulane: SS Stephen Alemais ’15 (.314, 11 2B, 26 SB)
  • UCLA: OF Kort Peterson ’15 (.260, 10 2B, 13 SB)
  • USC: P Bernardo Flores ’15 (3-1, 3.38)
  • Vanderbilt: OF Jeren Kendall ’15 (.288, 30 RBI, 15 SB), P Kyle Wright ’15 (5-1, 1.12, 23 apps)

Falmouth Commodores

2014 West Division runners-up Falmouth showcase loads of talent, drawing a decorated group of 24 recent and incoming players from 18 programs. Their crop’s accolades include SEC Player of the Year (Arkansas’s Andrew Benintendi) and fellow all-SECers Zach Jackson (Arkansas), Connor Hale (LSU), and Wyatt Short (Ole Miss). Falmouth also features a talented duo from MAC champions Ohio, conference Player of the Year Mitch Longo and fellow first-teamer Jake Madsen. Looking at the bracket, the Stillwater Regional features a high of three rosters with Commodore connections.

  • Arkansas: OF Andrew Benintendi ’15 (.391, 18 HR, 52 RBI), P Zach Jackson ’15 (5-0, 2.25, 6 SV), Keaton McKinney (6-1, 3.14, 2 CG)
  • Auburn: OF Sam Gillikin ’14 (.275, 10 RBI)
  • Clemson: OF Steven Duggar ’14 (.297, 5 HR, 43 RBI, .426 OBP)
  • Florida State: P Cobi Johnson ’15 (3-2, 7.17, 43 K)
  • Indiana: IF Nicholas Ramos ’14 (.252, 19 R, 18 RBI, 34 G)
  • LSU: IF Connor Hale ’14 (.349, 17 2B, 53 RBI)
  • Maryland: IF Brandon Lowe ’15 (.342, 9 HR, 52 RBI, 10 SB), P Kevin Mooney ’14 (3-0, 1.39, 8 SV), P Jared Price ’14 (6.48, 11 G), P Tayler Stiles ’15 (3-3, 3.46)
  • Missouri State: P Matt Hall ’14 (10-2, 2.17, 152 K)
  • Ohio: OF Mitch Longo ’15 (.358, 7 JR, 47 RBI, 10 SB), IF Jake Madsen ’14 (.321, 16 2B, 48 RBI)
  • Oklahoma State: OF Conor Costello ’14 (.237, 6 HR, 35 RBI, 12 SB)
  • Ole Miss: IF Tate Blackman ’15 (.197, 7 2B), P Wyatt Short ’15 (4-1, 1.42, 10 SV), OF J.B. Woodman ’15 (.272, 7 HR, 23 RBI, 39 BB)
  • Oral Roberts: C Audie Afenir ’14 (.340, 16 2B, 42 RBI)
  • Oregon: C Shaun Chase ’14 (.191, 5 HR, 17 RBI), P Garrett Cleavinger ’14 (6-2, 1.59, 9 SV), IF Matt Eureste ’14 (.249, 10 2B, 24 RBI)
  • Oregon State: IF Trevor Morrison ’14 (.319, 18 RBI)
  • Rice: IF/OF Tristan Gray ’15 (.246, 25 RBI), P Kevin McCanna ’14 (7-3, 3.05)
  • South Florida: P Casey Mulholland ’14 (5-8, 3.71, 2 CG)
  • TCU: C/1B Evan Skoug ’15 (.274, 6 HR, 38 RBI), P Alex Young ’14 (9-2, 2.05)
  • Texas A&M: P Turner Larkins ’15 (5-1, 3.96), OF Boomer White ’14/’15

Harwich Mariners

The Cape League’s 2011 champions feature 21 recent and incoming players on a total of 14 of the field’s teams. The group is led by Conference USA Player of the Year Brendon Sanger (Florida Atlantic) and Big South first-teamer Michael Boyle (Radford). Other conference honorees include Florida’s Buddy Reed (SEC all-defensive), NC State’s Preston Palmeiro, and Virginia’s Kenny Towns (ACC second-team). Mariners fans will find four familiar faces in the Gainesville Regional.

  • Clemson: P Zack Erwin ’14 (7-4, 2.66, 90 K)
  • Florida: C Buddy Reed ’15 (317, 40 RBI, 17 SB)
  • Florida Atlantic: P Seth Labsan ’15 (2-2, 3.61), P Seth McGarry ’14 (4-1, 2.43), OF Brendon Sanger ’14 (.372, 20 2B, 6 HR, 45 RBI)
  • Florida International: P Williams Durruthy ’15 (2-1, 2.31, 2 SV, 25 apps), P Robby Kalaf ’14 (3 IP, 6 K)
  • LSU: P Hunter Newman ’15 (2-0, 0.56, 4 SV, 20 apps), IF Danny Zardon ’14/’15 (.290, 21 RBI)
  • Missouri State: P Jon Harris ’14 (7-1, 1.91, 105 K)
  • North Carolina State: P Joe O’Donnell ’15 (7-3, 2.08, 24 apps), IF Preston Palmeiro ’15 (.316, 7 HR, 48 RBI), P Cory Wilder ’15 (2-5, 3.39, .152 OBA)
  • Notre Dame: IF Cavan Biggio ’14/’15 (.254, 8 HR, 23 RBI), C Ryan Lidge ’15 (.278, 12 2B, 35 RBI), P Scott Tully ’14 (4-4, 2.92)
  • Ole Miss: P Evan Anderson ’15 (1-3, 6.02)
  • Radford: P Michael Boyle ’14 (10-2, 2.27)
  • Texas: IF C.J. Hinojosa ’14 (.244, 7 HR, 30 RBI)
  • Virginia: OF Joe McCarthy ’14 (.208, 21 G), IF Kenny Towns ’14 (.308, 18 2B, 5 HR, 55 RBI)

Hyannis Harbor Hawks

This weekend, 21 recent and incoming Harbor Hawks from 12 teams will take the field for the NCAA Tournament. The group is led by all-conference first-teamers Carl Wise (College of Charleston), Blake Hickman (Iowa), and Kyle Survance (Houston). Hyannis fans will be particularly interested in the Tallahassee Regional, where top seeds Florida State and College of Charleston both have two contributors with Hyannis ties.

  • Arkansas: P James Teague ’15 (4-4, 3.65, 2 SV)
  • College of Charleston: 1B Nicholas Pappas ’15 (.330, 27 2B, 9 HR, 52 RBI), IF Carl Wise ’14 (.319, 18 2B, 11 HR, 68 RBI)
  • Dallas Baptist: OF David Martinelli ’15 (.272, 9 HR, 35 RBI), P Joseph Shaw ’14 (10-3, 2.84)
  • Florida International: P Chris Mourelle ’14 (7-7, 3.30)
  • Florida State: P Alec Byrd ’14 (5-1, 4.64, 47 K in 42.2 IP), OF Ben DeLuzio ’14/’15 (.235, 24 RBI, 13 SB)
  • Houston: P Andrew Lantrip ’15 (8-3, 2.50, 107 K), OF Kyle Survance ’14 (.301, 30 SB)
  • Iowa: P Blake Hickman ’14 (9-2, 2.90)
  • Louisville: IF Blake Tiberi ’15 (.264, 18 RBI)
  • Ole Miss: 3B Colby Bortles ’15 (.286, 7 HR, 46 RBI), P Matt Denny ’14 (1-0, 9 apps), SS Errol Robinson ’15 (.291, 30 RBI)
  • Texas A&M: 2B Ryne Birk ’15 (.292, 8 HR, 32 RBI), P Ryan Hendrix ’15 (5-2, 4.37, 5 SV)
  • Tulane: P Ian Gibaut ’15 (5-3, 2.98, 9 SV), C Jake Rogers ’15 (.229, 19 RBI)
  • Virginia: IF John La Prise ’14 (.286, 4 G), C Matt Thaiss ’15 (.324, 9 HR, 55 RBI)

Orleans Firebirds

A year ago, the Firebirds’ roster featured from both teams that appeared in the 2014 National Championship series, and they’ll hope for more of the same this year. 27 recent and incoming players from 12 programs have Orleans ties. That group includes multiple players from regional hosts Florida, Miami, and Vanderbilt, as well as four all-ACC honorees: Miami’s David Thompson and Zack Collins (first-team) and Virginia’s Daniel Pinero and Josh Sborz (second-team). The Lake Elsinore, Fullerton, and Nashville Regionals all feature multiple teams with former or future Firebirds.

  • Arizona State: OF Johnny Sewald ’14 (.328, 20 SB), IF Colby Woodmansee ’15 (.314, 17 2B, 5 HR, 43 RBI), C RJ Ybarra ’14 (.284, 5 HR, 23 RBI)
  • Florida: P Eric Hanhold ’14 (1-0, 4.26, 14 apps), P Bobby Poyner ’14 (4-2, 3.10, 4 SV), P AJ Puk ’15 (8-3, 4.23, 86 K in 61.2 IP), P Logan Shore ’15 (7-6, 2.79, 2 CG)
  • Miami (FL): OF Willie Abreu ’15 (.294, 37 RBI), 1B Zack Collins ’15 (.311, 15 HR, 65 RBI), IF David Thompson ’14 (.335, 19 HR, 80 RBI)
  • Michigan: IF Jacob Cronenworth ’14 (.337, 18 2B, 6 HR, 45 RBI, 11 SB)
  • Ohio: IF Garrett Black ’14 (.258, 26 RBI, 12 SB)
  • Oregon: P Stephen Nogosek ’15 (6-2, 2.05, 27 apps), IF Mitchell Tolman ’14 (.329, 19 2B, 40 RBI, 10 SB)
  • Pepperdine: P Chandler Blanchard ’15 (3-3, 4.08, 4 SV)
  • Stony Brook: IF Cole Peragine ’14 (.302, 26 RBI)
  • USC: C Jeremy Martinez ’15 (.290, 35 RBI), P Kyle Twomey ’14 (7-2, 2.81)
  • Vanderbilt: P John Kilichowski ’15 (3-3, 3.07, 2 SV), OF Bryan Reynolds ’15 (.292, 39 RBI, 15 SB), P Hayden Stone ’14/’15 (1-2, 3 G)
  • Virginia: P Alex Bettinger ’15 (4-5, 3.99, 3 SV), P/OF Adam Hasely ’15 (2-1, 2.66, .258, 18 RBI), P Connor Jones ’15 (5-2, 3.05, 97 K), SS Daniel Pinero ’15 (.311, 6 HR, 28 RBI), P Josh Sborz ’14 (3-2, 2.17, 12 SV)
  • Wright State: C Sean Murphy ’15 (.325, 38 RBI)

Wareham Gatemen

The Cape League’s 2012 champions feature 19 players on 14 tournament rosters. Louisville’s Corey Ray, one of four Cardinals to make the all-ACC first-team in their first year in the league, headlines the bunch. LSU catcher Chris Chinea, meanwhile, was a second-teamer in the SEC. The Los Angeles, Fort Worth, and Houston Regionals all feature multiple teams with Wareham ties.

  • California: IF Nick Halamandaris ’14 (.217, 13 RBI)
  • Cal State Fullerton: P Willie Kuhl ’14 (2-0, 3.58, 10.08 K/9)
  • Florida: P Shaun Anderson ’15 (4.91, 13 apps), 3B John Sternagel ’15 (6 RBI, 20 G)
  • Houston: P Marshall Kasowski ’15 (1-0, 2.12, 9 apps)
  • Indiana: P Scott Effross ’14 (4-4, 2.57, 2 SV), OF Logan Sowers ’15 (.263, 6 HR, 36 RBI)
  • Louisville: P Drew Harrington ’14/’15 (3-1, 0.29, 4 SV), OF Corey Ray ’14 (.324, 11 HR, 48 RBI), IF Danny Rosenbaum ’14 (.246, 11 RBI, 30 G)
  • LSU: C Chris Chinea ’14 (.363, 11 HR, 55 RBI), IF Kramer Robertson ’14/’15 (.232, 5 RBI)
  • Maryland: IF Nick Cieri ’15 (.322, 26 RBI), IF Jose Cuas ’14 (.246, 11 HR, 53 RBI)
  • NC State: IF Andrew Knizner ’15 (.322, 5 HR, 41 RBI)
  • Oregon: IF Matt Karaviotis ’15 (.252, 18 RBI)
  • Rice: OF Charlie Warren ’14/’15 (.330, 28 RBI)
  • TCU: OF Connor Beck ’15 (.214, 10 G)
  • UCLA: P Grant Dyer ’15 (4-1, 1.86, 39 apps)
  • USC: IF Blake Lacey ’14 (.297, 13 2B, 34 RBI)

Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox

The Cape League’s defending champions will see 22 recent and incoming players take the field for 15 tournament teams this weekend. The contingent includes some of the best arms in what’s been a banner year for the Big Ten. Third-teamer Brett Adcock (Michigan) joins first-teamers Kevin Duchene (Illinois) and Mike Shawaryn (Maryland). Multiple rosters feature Red Sox in the Stillwater, Lake Elsinore, and Tallahassee Regionals.

  • Arizona State: IF Ryan Lillard (.233, 26 G)
  • Arkansas: OF Luke Bonfield ’15 (.164, 7 RBI)
  • Florida: P Alex Faedo ’15 (4-1, 3.58), IF Dalton Guthrie ’15 (.295, 14 2B, 22 RBI), C J.J. Schwarz ’15 (.307, 14 HR, 60 RBI)
  • Florida State: P Billy Strode ’14 (2-0, 2.08, 13 SV)
  • Houston: IF Connor Wong ’15 (.248, 6 HR, 37 RBI)
  • Illinois: P Kevin Duchene ’14 (10-1, 1.30, 85:12 K:BB)
  • LSU: P Parker Bugg ’14 (1.91, 22 apps), C Mike Papierski ’15 (.220, 10 RBI), OF Andrew Stevenson ’14 (.361, 20 RBI, 24 SB)
  • Maryland: P Mike Shawaryn ’15 (12-2, 1.65, 124 K, .204 OBA)
  • Mercer: P Dimitri Kourtis ’14 (3-1, 2.20, 3 SV)
  • Michigan: P Brett Adcock ’15 (10-4, 3.14, .219 OBA)
  • St. John’s: OF Michael Donadio ’14/’15 (.313, 29 RBI)
  • TCU: P Brian Howard ’15 (4-0, 3.03)
  • UC Santa Barbara: P Shane Bieber ’15 (8-4, 2.26, 3 CG), P Justin Jacome ’14 (7-4, 2.53, 3 CG)
  • USC: P Mitch Hart ’15 (7-3, 3.67, 2 CG)
  • Vanderbilt: P Ben Bowden ’15 (5-1, 3.31, 2 SV), P Walker Buehler ’14 (3-2, 3.18), IF Will Toffey ’15 (.307, 17 2B, 40 RBI)
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