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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

NCAA 1st Round Plattsburgh State Cardinals vs SUNY IT Wildcats March 5th 2010

jumper
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Chris Ruiz (15) with the jumper in the lane over the SUNY IT defender for the basket. Although the Cardinals would come up short 71-65. Gallery

around defender
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Ketema Brooks (5) with the up and under move for the basket. Gallery

Plattsburgh State Cardinals vs SUNY IT Wildcats March 5th 2010

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament First Round
finger roll
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh State's Steve Thomas (23) splits the SUNY IT defenders in the lane and lays in the floater for the basket. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would end up on the short end of a 71-65 and would bow out in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament. The SUNY IT Wildcats would jump on the Cardinals early in the half and just couldn't get the lead. The Cardinals season came to end in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament and finish with a 21-8 record on the season. Gallery.