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Norwich Cadets @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 18th 2022

NCAA Division III Baseball
strike
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Ryan Lawyer (31) deliveries the strike with the fastball as part of 6 strikeout nights where he would go six innings and give up five hits and one run. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Norwich Cadets in nonleague action at Chip Cummings Field. The game would remain scoreless until the third inning when the home cardinals would explode for four runs led by Messersch's 2 rbi double to give them the 4-0 lead. The Cardinals would come back in the fourth with another two runs led by Reily's RBI double as the Cardinals take a 6-0 lead. The Cardinals would keep the bats going in the fifth inning on the single run by Veit's rbi single to center to take the 7-0 lead. The Cardinal's offense would come to end in the sixth inning with another two runs on a 2 rbi single by Messerch to make it a 9-0 game. The Cadets would break the ice in the seventh with a single run there and another in the ninth inning. Although it would not be enough as the Cardinals would get the 9-2 win and go to 11-12 on the season. Leading the way for the Cardinals on the mound would be Ryan Lawyer as he goes six innings and scattered five hits while giving up one run and striking out six. Meanwhile, at the plate, the Cardinals would have a great outing by Steve Messerschmitt as he would have 2 hits and 4 RBIs on the day. Next for the Cardinals would be home non-league against St. Lawerence Saints on April 20th. Gallery

SUNYAC Baseball: #19 Oswego State Lakers @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 11th 2022

base hit
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kyle Cremin (20) with the base hit back up the middle to get the rally going. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the #19 Oswego State Lakers in doubleheader SUNYAC Baseball action. The first game would not start off good for the Cardinals as the Lakers would get six runs in the first, two in the second, and three more in the third for an 11-0 lead highlighted by a three-run homer by Featherst. The Lakers would then add a run by McCarthy's rbi single for the 12-0 lead. The Cardinals would finally get on the board in the bottom of fifth as Lent would score on an error. Then the Lakers would add another five runs in the sixth highlighted by a two-run homer by Lauria and take a 17-1 lead. In the seventh inning, the Cardinals would find their offense and explode for five runs lead by a pair of walks by Melfi, and Messerch for a 17-6 game. Then in the ninth inning, the Lakers would add two more runs led by a Gallagher rbi single as the Lakers get the 19-6 win. Then it would be onto game two in that second game it would start off better for the home Cardinals as they would take a 2-0 lead in the second inning on a pair of rbi singles by Kornblau, Kowalowski. The Lakers would get the game back to 2-1 on a Drew rbi single. Then the Lakers take the lead in the fourth on a three-run inning led by Lauria's rbi single for a 4-2 game. Then in the seventh inning, the Lakers would secure the win with a four-run inning led by Lauria 2 rbi double for the 8-2. So on that day, the Cardinals would lose both games and fall to 10-8 on the season. Gallery

strike three
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Peter Gregory (13) with the strike as part of start in the second game of the double header. Gallery

#19 Oswego State Lakers @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 11th 2022

SUNYAC Baseball
across the diamond
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Lent fires from the whole to nail the runner at first for the out. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the #19 Oswego State Lakers in doubleheader SUNYAC Baseball action. The first game would not start off good for the Cardinals as the Lakers would get six runs in the first, two in the second, and three more in the third for an 11-0 lead highlighted by a three-run homer by Featherst. The Lakers would then add a run by McCarthy's rbi single for the 12-0 lead. The Cardinals would finally get on the board in the bottom of fifth as Lent would score on an error. Then the Lakers would add another five runs in the sixth highlighted by a two-run homer by Lauria and take a 17-1 lead. In the seventh inning, the Cardinals would find their offense and explode for five runs lead by a pair of walks by Melfi, and Messerch for a 17-6 game. Then in the ninth inning, the Lakers would add two more runs led by a Gallagher rbi single as the Lakers get the 19-6 win. Then it would be onto game two in that second game it would start off better for the home Cardinals as they would take a 2-0 lead in the second inning on a pair of rbi singles by Kornblau, Kowalowski. The Lakers would get the game back to 2-1 on a Drew rbi single. Then the Lakers take the lead in the fourth on a three-run inning led by Lauria's rbi single for a 4-2 game. Then in the seventh inning, the Lakers would secure the win with a four-run inning led by Lauria 2 rbi double for the 8-2. So on that day, the Cardinals would lose both games and fall to 10-8 on the season. Gallery

SUNY Poly Wildcats @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 4th 2022

SUNYAC Baseball
backhanded stop
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Lent with the backhanded stop in the whole to save a hit. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would be back in action Monday, April 4th for their 4th game in four days as they would take on the SUNY Poly Wildcats in non-conference action. The game would start off good for the home Cardinals as Melfi would have the rbi double for the 1-0 lead after one. The Cardinals would stay hot in the second with three more runs highlighted by an error that would score two cardinals for the 4-0 lead. The Wildcats would get on the board in third thanks to a Cardinals error. The Cardinals would get a solo run in the third on Wein rbi single for the 5-1 lead. In the fourth inning, the Cardinals would break the game wide open with a six-run inning highlighted again by Wein this time with a 2 rbi hit, and have an 11-1 lead. In the sixth inning, the teams would trade a pair of runs both coming by the way of the wild pitch for a 12-2 game. The Wildcats would get another run in the seventh on the rbi double by Montrose for the 12-3 game. In the eighth inning, the Cardinals would get two more runs to end the scoring for the night on a pair of rbi singles by Roman and Cergol for the 14-3 victory. In the winning effort, Mordecki would get credit for the win going five innings giving up 1 run on four hits while striking out four as the Cardinals go to 9-6 on the season. Gallery

SUNY Poly Wildcats @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals NCAA Division III Baseball April 4th 2022

strike three
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kolby Mordecki (17) delivers the strike as part of a 4 hit 4 strike-out performance. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would be back in action Monday, April 4th for their 4th game in four days as they would take on the SUNY Poly Wildcats in non-conference action. The game would start off good for the home Cardinals as Melfi would have the rbi double for the 1-0 lead after one. The Cardinals would stay hot in the second with three more runs highlighted by an error that would score two cardinals for the 4-0 lead. The Wildcats would get on the board in third thanks to a Cardinals error. The Cardinals would get a solo run in the third on Wein rbi single for the 5-1 lead. In the fourth inning, the Cardinals would break the game wide open with a six-run inning highlighted again by Wein this time with a 2 rbi hit, and have an 11-1 lead. In the sixth inning, the teams would trade a pair of runs both coming by the way of the wild pitch for a 12-2 game. The Wildcats would get another run in the seventh on the rbi double by Montrose for the 12-3 game. In the eighth inning, the Cardinals would get two more runs to end the scoring for the night on a pair of rbi singles by Roman and Cergol for the 14-3 victory. In the winning effort, Mordecki would get credit for the win going five innings giving up 1 run on four hits while striking out four as the Cardinals go to 9-6 on the season. Gallery

out at third
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Cremin with the tag on the Wildcats running to stretch out the basehit. Gallery

Canton Kangaroos @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals April 2nd 2022

SUNYAC Baseball
backhand stop
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Kyle Cremin (20) with the backhanded stop and flip to second for the out, The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would open up their home portion of their schedule with a non-conference doubleheader against the Canton Kangaroos at Chip Cummings Field. The first game would start off slow as there would be no scoring til the 4th inning when the Kangaroos would get on the board with a home run by Miner for the 1-0 lead. Although the Cardinals would answer back in the bottom, of the inning with a 6 run explosion highlighted by a two rbi triple by Lent for the 6-1 game. Although Canton would work their way back into the game with a three-run fifth inning. But in the bottom of the inning, the Cardinals would take control of the game with a nine-run inning highlighted by a three rbi double by Messersch and a 15-4 lead. Then in the sixth inning, the Cardinals would get three more runs thanks to some Canton errors but an 18-4 lead. In the seventh, the Cardinals would get another four runs to expand the lead to 22-4 highlighted by a pair of rbi singles by Cremin and Digiovanni. The scoring would stop in the eighth innings as the teams would each get 1 run as the Cardinals secure the 23-5 win and go to 7-6 on the season. After a 20 minute break, it would be time for game two of the doubleheader and in the third inning, the Cardinals would get the 1-0 lead on the Geraci hit by a pitch that brought the run-in. In the fourth inning, the Cardinals would expand their lead to 2-0 on the Lent sacrifice fly. In the top of the fifth, the Kangaroos would get on the board with a two rbi single by Kapfer and tie the game. The game would stay there till the sixth when the Cardinals take the lead back at 3-2 on an error. Although the Kangaroos would tie the game again in the top of the seventh on a rbi single by Kapfer. In the bottom of the seventh, the Cardinals would win the game on the walk-off walk for the 4-3 win and secure the sweep, and go to 8-6 on the season. Gallery.

Canton Kangaroos @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals NCAA Division III Baseball April 2nd 2022

out at first
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Sean Malamud (35) with the stretch at first to beat the runner for the out, The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would open up their home portion of their schedule with a non-conference doubleheader against the Canton Kangaroos at Chip Cummings Field. The first game would start off slow as there would be no scoring til the 4th inning when the Kangaroos would get on the board with a home run by Miner for the 1-0 lead. Although the Cardinals would answer back in the bottom, of the inning with a 6 run explosion highlighted by a two rbi triple by Lent for the 6-1 game. Although Canton would work their way back into the game with a three-run fifth inning. But in the bottom of the inning, the Cardinals would take control of the game with a nine-run inning highlighted by a three rbi double by Messersch and a 15-4 lead. Then in the sixth inning, the Cardinals would get three more runs thanks to some Canton errors but an 18-4 lead. In the seventh, the Cardinals would get another four runs to expand the lead to 22-4 highlighted by a pair of rbi singles by Cremin and Digiovanni. The scoring would stop in the eighth innings as the teams would each get 1 run as the Cardinals secure the 23-5 win and go to 7-6 on the season. After a 20 minute break, it would be time for game two of the doubleheader and in the third inning, the Cardinals would get the 1-0 lead on the Geraci hit by a pitch that brought the run-in. In the fourth inning, the Cardinals would expand their lead to 2-0 on the Lent sacrifice fly. In the top of the fifth, the Kangaroos would get on the board with a two rbi single by Kapfer and tie the game. The game would stay there till the sixth when the Cardinals take the lead back at 3-2 on an error. Although the Kangaroos would tie the game again in the top of the seventh on a rbi single by Kapfer. In the bottom of the seventh, the Cardinals would win the game on the walk-off walk for the 4-3 win and secure the sweep, and go to 8-6 on the season. Gallery

out at third
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Nick Cergol (50) applies the tag on the Canton runner trying to stretch to third base. Gallery