|Tue. 4/18||Softball @ D'Youville (DH)||3 p.m.||Video Game 1 Game 2|
|Tue. 4/18||Baseball vs. Elmira||4 p.m.||Stats|
|Wed. 4/19||Baseball @ Wells||6:45 p.m.|
|Thu. 4/20||Softball @ Nazareth (DH)||
|Fri. 4/21||Track & Field @ Widener||TBA|
|Sat. 4/21||Track & Field @ Widener||TBA|
|Sat. 4/21||Softball vs. SUNY Canton (DH)||1 p.m.||Game 1 Game 2|
|Sat. 4/21||Baseball @ Hilbert (DH)||1 p.m.||Game 1 Game 2|
|Sat. 4/21||Lacrosse vs. SUNY Canton #||3 p.m.||Video Stats|
|Sun. 4/22||Softball vs. SUNY Canton (DH)||11 a.m.||Game 1 Game 2|
|Sun. 4/22||Lacrosse vs. USCAA Classic #||Noon/2:30 p.m.||Video Stats|
|Sun. 4/22||Baseball vs. Pitt Bradford||1 p.m.|
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# - Alfred State will host the USCAA Classic this weekend. Alfred State takes on SUNY Canton on Saturday (4/21) at 3 p.m. followed by SUNY Delhi and Dean College at 6 p.m. The consolation game will be played at Noon on Sunday (4/22) with the Championship game played at 2:30 p.m.
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The Pioneers have are 1-4 in the last week and a half. They lone win came in a 7-1 victory over Keuka.
David Zuber (Honeoye Falls Lima) led the team with a .556 (5 for 9) batting average and 7 RBI. Cullen Franz (Cazenovia) was 7 for 134 with two doubles, a triple, two homers and 4 RBI. Thomas Shofi (Carmel) hit .357 while Austin Baker (Canisteo Greenwood) hit .333.
Garrett Mack (Avon) tossed 11.2 innings on the mound and was 1-1 with a 3.86 ERA.
The Pioneer offense has started to click recently. Last Monday, ten different Pioneers found the back of the net in a 23-7 victory over Medaille.
Teddy Alvarado (Hilton) led the way with six goals and an assist while Joe Johnson (Churchville) had four goals and two assists. Tanner Morrow (Grand Island) had a monster game. He recorded his first hat trick, was 29 of 32 in the face-off circle, and picked up 24 ground balls.
In net, Ryan Amidon (Fayetteville Manlius) made seven saves while Nate Gardner (Newark) made five saves in the final 11:25.
Last Sunday, the Pioneers defeated Franciscan (OH) 21-7. Johnson finished the game with seven goals and four assists while Alvarado netted seven goals. Amidon made 12 saves to earn the victory while Morrow won 21 of 31 face-offs and led the team with 13 groundballs.
The Pioneers have been busy over the past nine days playing 10 home games. The blue and gold have won two of their contests. The games are the first the team had played since their spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, SC.
Melissa Barber (Nassau/Catholic Central) led the team with a .515 (17 for 33) batting average. She has collected a team high 9 RBI. Zoe Derr (Elmira Heights/Thomas Edison) has hit .344 while Courtney McDaniel (Arkport) and Alexis Bradshaw (Brighton) have both hit .333. McDaniel, Stormi Kruger (Medina), and Aubri Mosier (Rome, PA) have all driven in six runs.
Outdoor Track & Field:
The track & field team recorded several strong performances at the Brockport Friday Night Invitational.
Eric Hulbert (Mexico) recorded the best individual finish on the day with a 3rd place finish in the steeplechase (10:29.41). On the women's side, Lindsey Thiel (Liverpool) was 4th in the 10,000 (40:51.75). Zach Curran (Williamson) was 6th in the pole vault with a leap of 4.50 m, Joe Richardson (Geneva) was 7th in the long jump (6.04 m) and 7th in the triple jump (12.86 m), and Anders Prethus (Lansing) was 8th in the javelin (43.03 m).
The 4x100 relay of Richardson, Nku Henry (Bronx/Cardinal Hayes), Tim Jackson (Buffalo/Charter School for Applied Tech), and Curran was 7th in 45.67.
Holly Fiore (Niagara Falls) was 10th in the javelin (24.07 m), 12th in the long jump (4.84 m), and 17th in the 100 hurdles (18.17). Kimberly Levee (Dansville) was 15th in the discus (27.26) and Cassandra Ryan (Gloversville) was 20th in the 800 (2:37.83).