College Baseball: Stinnett No-Hitter Highlights Weekend
Maryland's Jake Stinnett (photo / umterps.com)
By Boxer Journal Mar. 02, 2014
College Park, MD - Jake Stinnett highlighted the college baseball weekend by throwing a no-hitter against UMass on Saturday as the Terps won, 4-0. Maryland (8-2) went on to complete a three-game home sweep of the Minutemen (0-6) on Sunday.
Stinnett is 2-1 on the season with a 1.23 ERA. The right-hander has also struck out 27 batters in just 22 innings of work. On Monday he was named a Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week, and the ACC Pitcher of the Week for his effort.
San Diego, CA - The Cal Golden Bears (6-2) only played one game this weekend due to rain but they made it count with an 8-5 win over Baylor (5-3) at the University of San Diego Tourney. Senior right-hander Trevor Hildenberger was credited with his second save in relief, fanning one and allowing no hits in the 9th inning.
Cal will attempt to make up one game against Baylor on Monday, and potentially play a second against host San Diego (7-1).
Annapolis, MD - The Navy baseball team fell to 3-6 on Sunday after dropping a 3-2 decision to Cornell. The game extended to 11 innings.
Navy is scheduled to play again on Wednesday, March 5 with a 2 PM home matchup versus Georgetown (3-6).