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Owls Conclude Fall with Black and Gold World Series

KENNESAW, Ga. – The Kennesaw State Baseball team held its annual Black and Gold World Series on Oct. 20-22, concluding the team's five weeks of fall practice as the Owls get in gear for the 2015 campaign.

The roster was split up into two teams with the black team defeating the gold team two games to one during the three-game series.

"This is always a great culmination to the fall for us," Kennesaw State Head Coach Mike Sansing said. "We try to tie it in with the MLB World Series every year and it is something our guys really look forward to. I really enjoyed watching the competiveness in our players and coaches during this series."

The series consisted of three seven-inning games with the black team winning game one 6-3. The gold team then came out and won game two, 2-1, before the black team won the decisive game three, 7-1, to conclude the series.

Mason Ward picked up the win for the black team in game one. Tony Dibrell then tossed 3.1 innings allowing just one hit and no runs while striking out three in relief of Ward. Logan Hutchinson picked up the save.

Ward was aided by Kal Simmons who was 2-4 with two RBIs and a run scored. Catcher Griffin Helms collected two hits and an RBI for the black team. All three of the gold's teams runs in game one came on a home run by Taylor Allum.

In game two, the gold team was led by solid pitching from Will Lowman (PCHS 2011), who gave up just two hits and a run while striking out five. Charles Goedkte picked up the win on the mound in relief. Goedtke gave up no hits and struck out 3 over the final two innings. Offensively, the gold team was led by Alex Liquoriwho was 2-2 at the plate. Justin Motley helped break a 1-1 tie with a walk-off RBI double in the bottom of the seventh.

In the third and final game it was righty AJ Moore who picked up the win on the mound for the Black team, tossing four innings and giving up just a hit and a run while striking out three. Simmons and Jeremy Howell both were 2-3 with a double, each scoring a pair of runs.

Simmons was named MVP of the series going 5-10 with four RBI and four runs scored.
 
"I thought Kal (Simmons) did some really nice things both offensively and defensively in the series," Sansing said.

The series was highlighted by thee members of the KSU athletics staff who were chosen to throw out the first pitch prior to each of the three games.


Athletics Academic Assistant Pauline Glenn threw out the first pitch before game one with Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Brandon Scardigli  throwing out the first pitch before game two and Associate Athletics Director for Compliance Heath Senour throwing out the first pitch before game three.

"It's a give back for people who do so much for our program throughout the year," Sansing said of having members of this support staff toss out the ceremonial pitch, "It is a small way for us to say thank you and let them know we appreciate them."

The Owls will return to the field in January to continue prep for 2015 Season which begins in February.

To keep up with the latest Kennesaw State baseball news follow the team on Twitter @KSUOwlNation and @KSUOwlsBaseball or by liking Kennesaw State University on Facebook.

 

 

 

PCHS BEARS COMPLETE COMMUNITY SERVICE

September 28, 2014

The 2014-2015 PCHS Bear baseball team traveled to Patterson today to unload pumpkins for the Patterson Elementary School fall fundraiser.

PCHS head baseball coach Greg Gay says "one of our themes this year is "others oriented". We are making an attempt as coaches to help teach the players that life is not all about them and that is not an easy task because our culture teaches us that it is about us. Today, we got an opportunity to help out a school but more importantly to give these young men a chance to do something for someone else, expecting nothing in return. That selfless attitude is what we need to win a championship, and one of the things they need to live a life with no regrets."

COLLEGE PROSPECT CAMPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS

SOUTH GEORGIA STATE COLLEGE JUCO BASEBALL SHOWCASE

November 8th, 2014

This showcase allows players and parents to interact, learn and be evaluated by junior college coaches from South Georgia and North Florida as well as professional scouts. We hope that you will consider attending the JUCO Baseball Showcase at South Georgia State College.


• Who: 2015 & 2016 Grads
• What: Professional and College Instruction and Evaluation
• Where: South Georgia College, Douglas, Georgia
• When: November 8, 2014
• Why: To display your skills and receive professional instruction from scouts and coaches.
• Cost: $150

Camp Schedule

9:00-9:45       Parent question and answer with coaches and  scouts
9:45-10:15      Jog, Stretch, Agilities, Toss
10:15- 10:30   Run 60
10:30-11:00    Position Instruction Pitching/Catching/Infield/Outfield
11:05-11:45    On field hitting
11:45-12:15    Lunch Break
12:15-12:40    Hitting, Chat with staff
12:40-12:50    Toss/Stretch
12:40-1:30      Combine Workout, Throwing and Fielding position
1:30-1:45        Break
1:45-3:45        Live game on field
3:45-4:00        Wrap up, Questions and Answers

Possible schools that will be present: South Georgia College, Andrew College, Abraham Baldwin College, Darton College, Brewton Parker College, Middle Georgia College and major league scouts will be invited.

Click register: Registration Form

For more info: 

SGSC Baseball Coach Jeff Timothy
912-260-4220                                                                                                                                    jeff.timothy@sgc.edu

 

ABAC 2014 PROSPECT CAMP

Abraham Baldwin Agriculture College is holding a pro-style workout on November 15th followed by individual instruction at the camper’s position as well as a hitting session and a question and answer session from parents on recruiting. Please bring a sack lunch. Time will be set aside for the campers to eat lunch after the morning session. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Coach Morgan via email at rmorgan@abac.edu. A registration form can be obtained by clicking here: http://www.abac.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Prospect-Camp-Registration-Form.pdf

The camp is designed as a recruiting tool for the ABAC Baseball Program as well as a setting in which those campers that attend can gain some expert instruction on fundamentals related to their specific position. The camp is open for players ages 14-18 and is $100.00 for pre-registration or $150.00 for walk-up registration.

 

GEORGIA SOUTHERN BASEBALL PROSPECTS CAMP

The Georgia Southern Baseball Prospect Camps is scheduled for January 17, 2015.  This camp is designed for the high school player that is serious about playing college baseball.   Each player will receive the following: 

  • Opportunity to meet and interact with the Georgia Southern Coaching Staff
  • Opportunity to meet and interact with D1, D2, NAIA, and JUCO coaches along with professional scouts
  • Instruction about hitting, defense and pitching
  • Information about strength and conditioning
  • Information about recruiting and academics
  • An evaluation upon request (send request to baseball@georgiasouthern.edu) 

For more information or to register you can visit our camp website (www.collegebaseballcamps.com/gsu).  All Georgia Southern Camps are open to any and all applicants and are limited only by the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or the gender of the participant.  Thanks and look forward to seeing your school represented this fall and winter.

 

KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY BASEBALL PROSPECT CAMP 

The Kennesaw State University Baseball Coaching Staff is happy to announce their 2014 Prospect Camp Schedule.  The Owls will be hosting 3 prospect camps which are set for Saturday August 16, Saturday November 8th, and Sunday January 15, 2015.  Any players interested in KSU is encouraged to attend as KSU Prospect Camp is the only way to be seen by the entire KSU Coaching staff while also gaining valuable instruction.  Please act fast as KSU Baseball Prospect Camp is only open to the first 50 players to sign up for each camp date.    


KSU Baseball Prospect Camps are open to any and all participants and are only limited by age/grade, number, and gender.To Sign Up please visit www.ksuowls.com/campsIf you have any camp questions please direct them to Coach Fowler at coachfowlerksubaseball@yahoo.com.

11 ¾” Rawlings baseball glove, barely used – asking $100.00. Contact Tony Walsh at 614-7059 or twalsh@accessatc.net for more information.

Webmaster Notice and Disclaimer

October 18, 2008

This website is not an official Patterson Recreation Department, Pierce County Parks & Recreation or Pierce County School website. This website was created as a tribute to and information about the past and present baseball teams and players of Pierce County. I will provide as much information as I can concerning teams including the Patterson Recreation All-Stars, Pierce County Parks & Recreation All-Stars, Pierce County travel teams, Pierce County Middle School, PCHS Junior Varsity and Varsity teams as well as our players that are playing at the collegiate level. If you wish to make any comments or see additional information, please feel free to contact me at (912) 614-7059 or by email to Tony Walsh. I will try to provide the most accurate information that I can so if you see any mistakes or misinformation, please notify me as soon as possible. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information.




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