Abington breaks records in win
Ryan McCarty is in the record books. | Photo: PSU-Abington Athletics
Penn State Abington head coach David Miller knew he had some talent on his new Nittany Lions squad, but even he was impressed on Sunday as his team crushed Guilford, 36-9. 

The Nittany Lions collected 32 hits in the win. The run and hit totals are program records. Ryan McCarty hit a pair of homers in the win and finished with four hits. 

In total, he recorded seven hits over the weekend and broke three career program records in hits (192), RBIs (127) and home runs (17). McCarty already owns the records for runs scored (141) and doubles (51) while his current career batting average of .402 is tops as well. 

Jaden Himmelreich, Chase Swain, Sean Doherty, and Josh Baar all collected three hits in the win while Montana Milward finished 4-for-6 with a homer and six RBI's. 

The Nittany Lions took both games against the Quakers over the weekend and notched 62 runs and 55 hits over the 18 innings. The 36 runs and 32 hits on Sunday shattered the previous school marks of 28 runs and 25 hits. 

The Nittany Lions will be back in action on Friday against Methodist. 

In other Philly D3 action 
Arcadia 10, Washington 9 
Justin Massielo and Alex Madera collected two hits each for the Knights. Owen Margolis picked up the win, tossing 3 2/3 innings in relief while surrendering one run on four hits. 

Marymount 6, Widener 5 
The Pride jumped ahead in the top of the ninth with a one-run lead, but Toby Hallman surrendered a walk-off two-run shot. Kyle Brex finished 2-for-4 in the loss.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post
Philadelphia Baseball Review - Phillies News, Rumors and Analysis