Marucci announced Tuesday the introduction of its college round-up, a blog series centered around highlighting its top performing college partners each week. This release will feature college baseball and softball teams.
St. Mary’s College
The Gaels have been on a roll as of late, riding a four-game winning streak into Wednesday’s contest against Rider. SMC commenced its hot stretch with a 10-1 midweek victory over Sacramento State, a team that received first-place votes in the WAC Preseason Poll. The Gaels swept Utah Valley over the weekend and outscored its two opponents 41-6.
FINAL | Gaels 10, Wolverines 1— Saint Mary's Baseball (@SMC_Baseball) March 10, 2019
SWEEEEP!!! Saint Mary's earns their second sweep of the season, outscoring UVU 31-5 over three games! Novis, Giosso, and Murphy each record 2 hits today while Chauvin drives in 3.#GaelsRise pic.twitter.com/SZTmeLI0cJ
The Mavericks may have only had a weekend series, but they traveled 2,000 miles to sweep Seattle on its home turf. UT Arlington has won six of its last seven contests, picking up a midweek win against Abilene Christian and stealing 2-of-3 on the road at UIW.
MAVS WIN!!!— UTA Baseball (@UTArlingtonBSB) March 9, 2019
UTA defeats Seattle 2-1 to pick up the series SWEEP!!! pic.twitter.com/hfBsdaQ396
Shorter University (Div. II)
The Hawks swept Morehouse in a doubleheader on Wednesday before taking two Gulf South Conference games versus Christian Brothers.
Randolph-Macon (Div. III)
The fifth-ranked Yellow Jackets outscored Guilford 26-5 while winning their first two ODAC games.
Chipola College (NJCAA)
The Indians are on a six-game winning streak, outscoring opponents 50-9 during that stretch. Chipola opened conference play with a sweep of Tallahassee Community College, topping the Eagles 9-1, 2-0 and 3-2.
The Eagles join the Indians as the other team yet to lose in March. Chipola pushed its winning streak to seven with two five-inning wins over Nunez Community College on Friday.
The Rebels closed the Stanford tournament by beating the Cardinal, a team that was receiving votes in the NCAA DI Top 25, twice in less than 24 hours. UNLV boasts an 8-2 record in March and its 19-5 mark is the program’s best 24-game start since 1995.
With the rain, the game has been made official after 6 innings and the REBELS WIN AGAIN!!! That's TWO straight Ws over Stanford & UNLV improves to 19-5!! We open @MountainWest play at home next weekend with a HUGE conference series against Boise State - see you there! #BEaREBEL pic.twitter.com/w55Mu4jRdE— UNLV Softball (@UNLVSoftball) March 10, 2019