ONCAY, HAUBER AND TREML PICK UP CACC BASEBALL WEEKLY AWARDS
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Jordan Oncay of Wilmington University has picked up Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Baseball Player of the Week honors for the week ending Sunday, March 13. Fellow Wildcat Jamie Treml was named Rookie of the Week, while Felician College's Brett Hauber was tabbed Pitcher of the Week.
Oncay, a 6-2 senior outfielder from Newark, Del., helped lead the Wildcats to a 7-0 week with a .400 batting average with 10 runs batted in, six runs scored and a pair of stolen bases. He went 2-for-3 with four RBI and three runs scored in a non-conference win over Bloomfield. He also collected three hits and three RBI in a victory over St. Thomas.
Hauber, a 6-4 junior right-hander from Deposit, N.Y., picked up a win and a save last week without allowing a run in 9 1/3 innings of work. He shut out American International in 8.0 innings, allowing five hits and fanning six. He also earned a save in a 4-3 non-conference win over the University of the Sciences.
Treml, a freshman lefty from Newark, Del., earned two wins last week and did not allow a run in 11.0 innings while fanning 19. In 6.0 innings against Adelphi, he allowed only two hits and struck out 10. He also allowed only two hits in 5.0 innings against Bloomfield, striking out nine.
Jesse Daywalt, Chestnut Hill (Jr., 2B, 5-8, Phoenixville, PA) - Hit .533 over six games with five runs scored and five steals.
Justin Moore, Dominican (Jr., RHP, Wantagh, NY) - Allowed one ER in 9 IP in a win over St. A's. Fanned five without a walk.
Juan Mejia, Caldwell (Sr., C/1B, Ocean City, NJ) - Hit .438 in a 3-3 week with seven RBI, three runs scored and one home run.
Anthony Pisano, Concordia (So., LHP, Clarkstown, NY) - In 8.0 IP, allowed no runs and five hits with nine strikeouts against Queens.
Dan McMahon, USci, (So., RHP, Millville, NJ) - Went 1-1 in Florida with a 0.00 ERA. Allowed only 11 hits with 11 K's in 17.0 IP.
Bloomfield - The Deacons picked up a pair of victories this week in their annual trip West Balm Beach, Florida for the Palm Beach Challenge. In the club's victory over the University of the Sciences, junior southpaw Eric Kamp went eight and a third innings, surrendering just a single unearned run while scattering four hits and striking out three. Emilio Fernandez drove in the game-winning run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth, giving the Deacons the 2-1 victory. In Bloomfield's victory over Nyack Thursday, senior southpaw Sean Stimpfel went six innings, surrendering two runs while striking out seven to continue the tremendous start to his final season as a Deacon. Rafael Medina went 3-4 on the afternoon with a pair of doubles, while Alberto Ruiz' two-run single moved the Deacons' lead to 6-0 in the second inning. Freshman center fielder Joe Meola went 2-3 on the afternoon, his best performance in his young career at Bloomfield.
Felician - Senior RHP Joel Sanchez had won the first 10 decisions of his Felician career before losing to Molloy, 4-2, on Saturday. He joins Chris Eshleman (2002-03) as the only Golden Falcon pitchers to begin their careers 10-0.
Post - Post University baseball is coming off a 5-1 week over spring break and now stand at 7-3 overall on the young season. Now the Eagles will be on the road for four straight games and will return home on March 23 to host Bloomfield at Municipal Stadium.