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Conference tournament roundup for May 7

Written by Administrator - Saturday, 07 May 2011

Union U. (TN) won the TranSouth Conference tournament, defeating Bethel (TN) 11-2 in the final. DH Bryan Hill  went 4-5, and CF Brett Pawlen went 3-4 with three RBI. Derek Roof went the distance for the Bulldogs, scattered nine hits.

Union defeated Martin Methodist 12-7 to get to the final.  Story from Union  U. site.

#19 Rogers State won their first-ever Sooner Athletic Conference tournament, defeating #5 Oklahoma Baptist 12-7 in the final. DH Cody Campbell went 3-5 with a double and a two-run home run. The home run provided the winning run for the Hillcats. Eric Faust got the win. Story from Rogers State site.

#20 British Columbia won their third straight NAIA West title, defeating College of Idaho 13-8 in the "if necessary" game. LF Andrew Madsen batted in three runs. He hit two doubles in four at-bats, and got a huge assist, throwing out a baserunner at the plate. Shawn Hetherington got the win in relief. He came on in the sixth inning, went 2 2/3 innings, allowed no runs on two hits. Story from British Columbia site

 


#1 Embry-Riddle won their third straight The Sun Conference tournament, defeating Saint Thomas 10-2. The Eagles got all the runs they needed in the third inning. SS Jordan Romero scored on a throwing error, 3B Steve Sabins hit an RBI double, and 1B Ben Kline hit a single to score Sabins. Daniel Eaton got the win, went eight innings, scattered nine hits. Kline was 10-19 for the tournament, with two home runs and ten RBI.

Concordia-Irvine (ISR #24) won their first-ever Golden State Athletic Conference title, defeating Biola 14-4. Concordia out-hit Biola by only 13-11, but Concordia got it started with four runs in the second inning; a two-RBI by 2B Robbie Knowles, a sacrifice fly by SS Edgar Guillen, and an RBI single by CF Matt Ivanoff. They got the winning run an inning later, when courtesy runner Sean Costella scored when 3B Danny Casey was hit by a pitch. Costella scored two more runs in the game, including a acrobatic move to avoid a tag coming home on a double by DH Bryan Nicholson. Story (with video) from Concordia-Irvine site.


Conference tournament roundup for May 5

Written by Administrator - Thursday, 05 May 2011

Results from the TranSouth Conference tournament in Jackson, TN:

#4 Cumberland defeated Freed-Hardeman 9-3, eliminating Freed-Hardeman. Aaron Wilkerson got his 12th win of the season, went six innings, allowed three runs on seven hits, struck out seven, threw 114 pitches. Daniel Kern got a save; he retired all nine batters he faced, struck out two. SS Tommy Winegardner hit a three-run home run.

Union U. (TN) defeated Bethel (TN) 10-5.

Martin Methodist defeated #22 Trevecca Nazarene 4-3, in ten innings. CF Tony Allen singled in the winning run; he went 3-4 for the game. Both starters went the distance; Travis Garcia got the win, allowed five hits, struck out ten, threw 134 pitches. P.J. Francescon got the loss, allowed eight hits, struck out 14, threw 140 pitches.


Conference tournament roundup for May 4

Written by Administrator - Wednesday, 04 May 2011

#21 Belhaven won the Southern States Athletic Conference tournament, defeating William Carey in the final 16-5. The Blazers put it away with ten runs in the third inning, led by a grand slam home run by C Ryan Saunders; all of the runs were scored with two out.

Belhaven, Lee, and Auburn-Montgomery will be in the Opening Round tournament. Faulkner, Southern Polytechnic, and Brewton-Parker will have to wait until the final coaches' poll next week.

Results from the TranSouth Conference tournament in Jackson, TN:

#4 Cumberland was upset by Bethel (TN) (ISR #59) 9-7 in the first round. The Bulldogs led 5-2 after five innings, but the Wildcats scored four runs in the sixth inning on no hits, three bases on balls, and three errors. The winning run came in the seventh inning on a two-RBI double by LF Jay Lowery.

#22 Trevecca Nazarene defeated Freed-Hardeman 4-1. The winning run came on a sacrifice fly by DH Jordan Foreman.

Martin Methodist defeated Union U. (TN) (ISR #23) 2-1. Martin Methodist starter Jerry McMurtry went eight innings, allowed one run on five hits, struck out ten, threw 128 pitches. Jeremey Stack went the distance for Union U.; he allowed two runs on seven hits, struck out seven, threw 126 pitches. The winning run came on a wild pitch by Stack.


Top 25 and recap for May 3

Written by Administrator - Tuesday, 03 May 2011

The NAIA Coaches' Top 25 for May 3, with Boyd Nation's ISR rankings. Recap below the fold:

RANK

LAST
WEEK

ISR

SCHOOL

2011
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

1

2

Embry-Riddle (FL)

43-9

586

2

2

1

Oklahoma City

41-9

572

3

3

5

California Baptist

41-12

552

4

5

3

Cumberland (TN)

42-12

539

5

7

8

Oklahoma Baptist

39-11

506

6

4

11

Lee (TN)

44-12

489

7

8

13

Union C. (KY)

42-9

464

8

9

10

LSU-Shreveport (LA)

40-13

461

9

10

6

Lubbock Christian (TX)

41-11

433

10

6

12

Auburn-Montgomery (AL)

40-17

431

11

13

9

Faulkner (AL)

45-11

378

12

14

4

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

34-13

376

13

12

16

Biola (CA)

33-18

373

14

11

17

Missouri Baptist

36-10

359

15

15

14

Fresno Pacific (CA)

30-17

314

16

16

7

Brewton-Parker (GA)

33-15

310

17

17

18

Northwood (TX)

36-15

265

18

19

21

Southern Polytechnic (GA)

40-14

258

19

18

22

Rogers State (OK)

42-12

238

20

20

19

British Columbia

27-14

215

21

22

20

Belhaven (MS)

41-15

209

22

24

15

Trevecca Nazarene (TN)

34-20

164

23

25

49

Point Park (PA)

36-11

130

24

23

40

Culver-Stockton (MO)

36-14

119

25

RV

60

Madonna (MI)

30-12

102

 

 

23

Union U. (TN)

34-14

 

 

 

24

Concordia-Irvine (CA)

31-18

 

 

 

25

Tennessee Wesleyan

33-18

 

First place votes: Embry-Riddle 15, Oklahoma City 4, Cal Baptist 1, Cumberland 1


Third round action at the Southern States Athletic Conference tournament in Columbus, GA:

#13 Faulkner and #19 Southern Polytechnic joined the list of ranked teams that have been taken out of this tournament. Faulkner lost 7-4 to #16 Brewton-Parker 7-4. The winning run for the Barons came in the sixth inning; 2B Errick Fox scored when LF Randall Shepherd drew a bases-loaded walk. Fox went 3-5 with an RBI for the game.

#22 Belhaven is now in the driver's seat in this tournament. The Blazers defeated host William Carey 7-1. Both teams had six hits, but four of the Blazers' came in the fifth inning; they scored six runs, four of which came on a grand slam home run by CF Tyler Wrinkle. Brandon McHenry got the win; he went seven innings, allowed no runs on five hits, struck out six.

Shorter took out Southern Polytechnic 4-3. The Hawks trailed 3-2 going into the bottom of the ninth, but pinch-hitter Shannon Houston hit a two-RBI single to win it. Tim Day got the win in relief, but a good effort by starter Stephen Adkins kept the Hawks in the game; he went seven innings, allowed three runs on seven hits.

Schedule for Tuesday (times EDT): Brewton-Parker vs. Belhaven, 1 PM, audio webcast; William Carey vs. Shorter, 4 PM.

Third round action at the Red River Athletic Conference tournament in Shreveport:

#9 LSU-Shreveport continued their domination of this tournament, defeating Texas-Brownsville 11-4. This game was tied 2-2 after four innings, but the Pilots scored seven runs in the bottom of the fifth; SS Manny Estrada and DH Kyle Pearson hit RBI doubles, and 1B  Kevin Smith, 2B Michael Diffie and CF Justin Brodnax hit RBI singles. Pearson finished 3-4 with two RBI.

#17 Northwood (TX) stayed in the tournament by defeating Wiley 8-2.

Schedule for Tuesday (times CDT): Northwood vs. Texas-Brownsville, 11:30 AM; LSU-Shreveport vs. Northwood-Texas-Brownsville winner, 3:00 PM, audio webcast.

The start of the TranSouth Athletic Conference tournament in Jackson, TN was postponed until Tuesday due to weather. The Sun Conference tournament starts Tuesday in Fort Myers, FL. The Golden State Athletic Conference tournament starts in Riverside, CA on Tuesday. The Sooner Athletic Conference tournament starts in Lubbock, TX on Wednesday. The NAIA West tournament starts in Atherton, CA on Wednesday.

 


Second round action at the Red River Athletic Conference tournament in Shreveport:

#9 LSU-Shreveport defeated Texas Wesleyan 11-0. Jared Mortenson went eight innings for the Pilots, allowed four hits, struck out 13. 1B Kevin Smith hit a grand slam home run, went 2-2 with two runs scored. The Pilots have out-scored their opponents 25-4 so far in this tournament.

Texas-Brownsville defeated #17 Northwood (TX) 13-12. The Scorpions led 13-5 going into the ninth inning, but the Knights send 11 batters to the plate and scored seven runs in the ninth to make it a one-run game. LF Matt Warner went 3-5 with a home run and four RBI for the Scorpions.

Wiley defeated Texas College 11-1.

Schedule for Monday (times CDT): LSU-Shreveport vs. Texas-Brownsville, 11:30 AM, audio webcast; Wiley  vs. Northwood, 3:00 PM.

The Southern States Athletic Conference tournament resumes in Columbus, GA on Monday. The TranSouth Athletic Conference tournament starts Monday, in Jackson, TN. The Sun Conference tournament starts Tuesday in Fort Myers, FL. The Golden State Athletic Conference tournament starts in Riverside, CA on Tuesday. The Sooner Athletic Conference tournament starts in Lubbock, TX on Wednesday. The NAIA West tournament starts in Atherton, CA on Wednesday.

 


Conference tournament roundup for April 30

Written by Administrator - Saturday, 30 April 2011

Blowouts in Shreveport, and upsets in Columbus, GA.

At the Southern States Athletic Conference tournament in Columbus:

#4-ranked Lee went two-and-out. They were taken out by #19 Southern Polytechnic 7-4. The Hornets won it with four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on only one hit; the winning run was scored by courtesy runner Conrad Boron when pinch-hitter Blake Parrot drew a bases-loaded walk. The Hornets drew a total of eight walks and two hit batters. Brad Hutson got the win in relief; starter Josh Strawn put in a good effort for the Hornets, recorded eleven strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings, allowed three earned runs on eight hits.

#6 Auburn-Montgomery also went two-and-out, losing to #16 Brewton-Parker 8-7 (10 innings). 1B Jacob Evors hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth to send it into extra innings, then hit a bases-loaded single in the tenth to win it. Evors finished the game 3-6 with five RBI. The Barons used six pitchers; Ben Gillespie got the win, faced two batters, threw nine pitches. Story from Auburn-Montgomery site: No. 6 AUM Falls in Extras to No. 16 Brewton-Parker, 8-7

#13 Faulkner is still in the tournament, but they're in the losers' bracket. The Eagles lost to host William Carey 7-6. RF Javier Ortiz scored the winning run in the seventh; he reached base on a walk, went to third on a wild pitch, and scored on a wild throw. Starter Scotty Reese got the win for the Crusaders; Ortiz finished the game 2-3 with a double and two runs scored.


Top 25 and recap for April 26

Written by Administrator - Tuesday, 26 April 2011

The NAIA Coaches' Top 25 for April 26, with Boyd Nation's ISR rankings. Recap below the fold:

RANK

LAST
WEEK

ISR

SCHOOL

2011
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

2

2

Embry-Riddle (FL) (17)

43-8

588

2

3

1

Oklahoma City (3)

38-8

569

3

4

4

California Baptist

38-11

547

4

1

5

Lee (TN) (1)

44-10

532

5

7

3

Cumberland (TN)

39-12

526

6

9

9

Auburn-Montgomery (AL)

40-15

481

7

6

12

Oklahoma Baptist

35-11

460

8

8

13

Union C. (Ky.)

40-9

457

9

5

14

LSU-Shreveport (LA)

38-13

428

10

11

7

Lubbock Christian (TX)

38-10

412

11

11

15

Missouri Baptist

35-9

402

12

10

17

Biola (CA)

30-17

393

13

19

6

Faulkner (AL)

42-10

350

14

18

11

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

30-13

344

15

14

10

Fresno Pacific (CA)

27-16

331

16

13

8

Brewton-Parker (GA)

32-14

281

17

16

18

Northwood (TX)

35-14

280

18

20

21

Rogers State (OK)

41-10

275

19

22

20

Southern Polytechnic (GA)

39-13

239

20

14

19

British Columbia

27-14

206

21

23

35

Tabor (KS)

40-9

190

22

25

23

Belhaven (MS)

39-15

143

23

RV

39

Culver-Stockton (MO)

35-13

129

24

RV

16

Trevecca Nazarene (TN)

32-19

123

25

RV

56

Point Park (PA)

32-9

98

 

 

22

Union U. (TN)

33-12

 

 

 

24

Concordia-Irvine (CA)

29-16

 

 

 

25

C. of Idaho

29-15

 

First place votes: Embry-Riddle 17, Oklahoma City 3, Lee 1


Top 25 and recap for April 19

Written by Administrator - Tuesday, 19 April 2011

The NAIA Coaches' Top 25 for April 19, with Boyd Nation's ISR rankings. Recap below the fold:

RANK

LAST
WEEK

ISR

SCHOOL

2011
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

1

4

Lee (TN)

43-7

617

2

2

2

Embry-Riddle (FL)

40-8

604

3

3

1

Oklahoma City

35-7

582

4

4

3

California Baptist

36-11

558

5

5

12

LSU-Shreveport

37-11

545

6

6

14

Oklahoma Baptist

33-9

519

7

10

7

Cumberland (TN)

35-12

495

8

11

15

Union C. (KY)

37-8

467

9

15

16

Auburn-Montgomery (AL)

36-15

430

10

9

10

Biola University (CA)

27-16

416

11

14

17

Missouri Baptist

35-9

401

11

19

8

Lubbock Christian (TX)

35-9

401

13

8

5

Brewton-Parker (GA)

31-11

387

14

13

6

Fresno Pacific (CA)

27-16

339

14

7

11

British Columbia

26-11

339

16

17

19

Union U. (TN)

32-10

306

16

12

18

Northwood (TX)

32-13

306

18

18

13

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

24-12

289

19

20

9

Faulkner (AL)

38-9

281

20

15

24

Rogers State (OK)

37-10

279

21

21

49

Southeastern (FL)

37-15

228

22

22

22

Southern Polytechnic (GA)

35-12

205

23

23

39

Tabor (KS)

35-8

150

24

25

41

Madonna (MI)

27-10

136

25

24

23

Belhaven (MS)

36-14

117

 

 

20

Trevecca Nazarene (TN)

29-18

 

 

 

21

Concordia-Irvine (CA)

27-16

 

 

 

25

Menlo (CA)

29-12

 

First place votes: Lee 16, Embry-Riddle 4, Oklahoma City 2


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