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Owls in Summer Leagues

Ted's got a piece up this morning on the Owls Summer League play…looks like quite a bit of action, which is a good thing academically because if they weren't travelling, that would mean they would be taking care of classroom business.

Anyway here is the line-up…

Player – League – Team

Nathan Pittman – ACBL – Riverhead Tomcats

Jason Boyer; Valley – Haymarket Senators

Mark Nelson – FCL – Orlando Mavericks

Kevin Alexander – Valley – Staunton Braves

Jake Meires FCL – Deland Suns

Nick DelGuidice – FCL – Leesburg Lightning

Michael Spano Valley – Staunton Braves

Colby Gratton Valley – Winchester Royals

Raymond Church Valley – Winchester Royals

Dan Scheffler Valley – Winchester Royals

Ian MacGeorge Valley – Winchester Royals

Corey Keller – NYCL – Elmira Pioneers

Mike Albaladejo — Cape Cod – Bourne Braves

RJ Alvarez – Cape Cod – Bourne Braves

Chase Vergason – Coastal Plains – Columbia Blowfish

Ryan Garton – Coastal Plains – Columbia Blowfish

Taylor Everist – Valley – Haymarket Senators

Joey Burkhalter – FCL – Winter Park Diamond Dawgs

Hugh Adams – Cal Ripken – Bethesda Big Train

Andy Mee – Alaska – Mat-su Miners

Jeff Hopkins – Cal Ripken – Alexandria Aces

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Raymond Church was selected as the Shenandoah Valley League's "Hitter of the Day" after a 4-for-5, two run, three RBI, and home run showing on Saturday when his Winchester team clipped Harrisonburg 7-6.

Of note:

This is a wood-bat league with no ping allowed!

Nice performance!


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With the fall semester heating up, FAU Baseball also begins to look towards a new season.

Despite the three months that have gone by since FAU last threw a pitch during the 2010 season, the Owls players have been hard at work this summer gearing up for 2011.

R.J. Alvarez put up outstanding numbers as a reliever for the Bourne Braves of the prestigious Cape Cod League. Alvarez appeared in 15 games all out of the bullpen and went 3-2 with a 0.79 ERA.

The rising sophomore finished second on the team in wins and ERA. Alvarez also appeared in the 2010 Cape Cod League All-Star Game at Fenway Park on July 28 and pitched scoreless eighth inning for the West team in a 5-0 victory.

The Braves also clinched the west division title and Alvarez made one appearance in the playoffs, taking the loss and allowing two runs and two hits in two innings pitched.

Andy Mee continued his strong play from the 2010 season this summer playing for the Mat Su Miners of the Alaska League. The versatile outfielder batted .353 with 37 RBI and a 18 doubles. Mee also pitched 12 innings all out of the bullpen and recorded three saves and a 1.50 ERA with a .205 batting average against.

The Palm Beach Gardens native also helped lead the Miners to the Alaska League championship.

Hugh Adams had a stellar summer in the bullpen pitching for the Bethesda Big Train of the Cal Ripken League. The Bethesda native went 1-0 with and did not allow an earned run in seven appearances.

The right-hander struck out 19 and walked only eight in 14.1 innings pitched with a .157 batting average against. Adams also picked up the save in an 11-5 win over the Youses Orioles to put the Big Train in the Cal Ripken League championship game. Bethesda went on to win 8-4 in the title game and clinched their second straight league title.

The other Owls and their summer league stats are listed below:

Nathan Pittman (Riverhead Tomcats ACBL)
23-for-107 (.160), 15 R, 6 RBI, 24/26 SB

Jason Boyer (Haymarket Senators Valley)
1-2, 3.54 (10 g/1 s), 20.1 IP, 24 H, 11 R (8 ER), 5 BB 22 K, .289 BAA

Mark Nelson (Orlando Mavericks FCL)
36-for-12 3 (.293), 13 2B, 2 HR, 15 RBI, 14 BB

Kevin Alexander (Staunton Braves Valley)
0-0, 1.17 (2 g/1 s), 7.2 IP, 6 H, 1 R (1 ER), 1 BB, 7 K, .250 BAA
Was shut down after two games due to an injury in his throwing arm

Jake Meiers (Deland Suns FCL)
1-2, 4.09 (10 g/5 s), 39.2 IP, 39 H, 19 R (18 ER), 14 BB, 26 K, .253 BAA

Nick DelGuidice (Leesburg Lightning FCL)
28-for-128 (.219) 13 2B, 1 HR, 12 RBI

Mike Spano (Staunton Braves Valley)
17-for-61 (.279), 1 HR, 20 RBI

Colby Gratton (Winchester Royals Valley)
37-for-143 (.259), 1 HR, 20 RBI

Raymond Church (Winchester Royals Valley)
49-for-156 (.314), 9 2B, 2 3B, 31 R, 4 HR, 34 RBI, 15 BB, 5/6 SB

Dan Scheffler (Winchester Royals Valley)
15-for-79 (.190), 6 HR, 13 RBI, .430 SLG, 14 BB

Corey Keller (Elmira Pioneers NYCL)
46-for-140 (.329), 5 2B, 1 HR, 16 RBI, 15 BB, .405 OBP

Mike Albaladejo (Leesburg Lightning FCL)
22-for-102 (.216), 1 HR, 10 RBI, 15 BB

R.J. Alvarez (Cape Cod Bourne Braves)
3-2, 0.79 (15 g/0 s), 22.2 IP, 12 H, 3 R (2 ER), 12 BB, 37 K, .158 BAA

Ryan Garton (Colombia Blowfish Coastal Plains)
0-2, 1.85 (6 g/6 s), 34.0 IP, 18 H, 8 R (7 ER), 15 BB, 26 K, .154 BAA

Taylor Everist (Haymarket Senators Valley)
Did not pitch due to an injury to his throwing arm

Hugh Adams (Bethesda Big Train Cal Ripken)
1-0, 0.00 (7 g/0 s), 14.1 IP, 8 H, 2 R (0 ER), 8 BB, 19 K, .157 BAA

Andy Mee (Mat Su Miners Alaska)
61-for-198 (.353), 18 2B, 32 R, 1 HR, 37 RBI, .520 SLG, .409 OBP

Jeff Hopkins (Alexandria Aces Cal Ripken)
2-3, 7.05 (13 g/0 s), 15.1 IP, 21 H, 16 R (12 ER), 11 BB, 19 K, .318 BAA

Source: FAU Media Relations
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