Spring 2013 Results:
Rutgers @ UD (4/20-21/13):
Game 1: W 6-2
Delaware came out strong in the first inning scoring 2 runs off of singles by Swinton, Johnson, and Rostick. In the 3rd, Johnson and Stark walked and Rostick followed with an RBI double. After an Ellsesser walk, Bannon drove in a run off a fielders choice and Revel had a 2 out RBI single. Delaware added a lone run in the 5th when Bannon singled in Rostick. Tim Gentry pitched a complete game only giving up 2 runs and striking out 6 in the 6-2 victory.
Game 2: L 7-4
Delaware took another 2-0 lead in the first inning via a Zwier 2 out, 2 RBI single. Rutgers bats were silent until the 5th when they caught fire for 5 runs off of 3 singles and 3 walks and took a 5-2 lead kicking Slosberg out after 4 and two-thirds. Robby Seraita came in to relieve and got out of a bases loaded jam. Rutgers expanded their lead by 2 more runs in the 6th off of an errant throw to third base and a single. Delaware fought back with 2 runs in the bottom of the 7th but couldn’t complete the comeback and lost 7-4.
Game 3: W 8-7
Rutgers started the scoring in the second and took a 1-0
lead. Delaware regained the lead in the 3rd after Swinton, Johnson,
and Rostick all scored and added another run in the 4th. O’Shea held Rutgers to one run until the 6th
inning when they scored 4 runs off of 3 consecutive errors and a single.
Seraita came in again and got out of another base loaded jam to stop the
bleeding. The back and forth game continued as Delaware tied the game again in
the bottom of the 6th. Rutgers took the lead back, scoring 2 runs in
the 7th which set the stage for another Delaware comeback. After a
Migliozzi single, Kevin Gilmore hit a 2-run HR tying the game again at 7. In the
top of the 9th, Ellsesser made a game saving catch on a line drive
to right field with bases loaded and the came up clutch hitting a walk off
double scoring Migliozzi as Delaware won 8-7
Drexel @ UD 4/14/13:
9 inning game: W 13-9
Drexel bats exploded in the 2nd inning courtesy of 3 HBP, 2 walks, and 2 singles that scored 6 runs. Drexel scored another lone run in the 4th to make the score 7-0. In the bottom of the 4th, Migliozzi drove in Rostick on a 2B. Gilmore followed with another 2B as Delaware cut Drexel’s lead to 7-2. Drexel scored another 2 runs in the 5th off of Slosberg but Delaware answered with 5 runs of their own in the bottom of the inning. 5 Delaware batters reached in a row with one out in the inning and all of them scored as Delaware batted around in the inning. Delaware took the lead 11-9 in the 6th inning off of a 2 run Stark triple and Migliozzi double. In the 8th, Johnson singled and scored via another Migliozzi double. Migz finished the day 3-4 with 3 doubles, 3 runs scored and 3 RBI. Slosberg pitched 5 innings in relief giving up two runs and picked up the win.
UD @ Penn State 4/5-4/6:
Game 1: L 5-1
Under the lights at Penn State, Delaware lost 5-1. All 5 Penn State runs were scored in the first inning following a 1 out walk, single and 3 errors. Tim Gentry settled down after and pitched a complete game, striking out 4. Delaware scored its lone run in the 6th inning off a Greg Rostick single.
Game 2 L 13-3:
Delaware struck first scoring 3 runs in the first inning courtesy a Rostick sac-fly and RBI singles by Alex Zwier and Ryan Grzywacz. Penn State answered with 5 of their own in the first off of 4 singles and 3 walks. Delaware failed to score the rest of the game as Penn State scored 3 more in the 4th off of Slosberg and 5 off of Buller in the shortened 6-inning game.
Game 3 W 5-2:
In the first, Swinton singled and scored on a Rostick sac-fly. Delaware didn’t score again until the 4th inning when Rsotick doubled and Migliozzi singled. Kevin O’Shea shut out Penn State until the 5th when the scratched out a run off of an error, fielders choice, and a double. Penn State tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom of the 6th off a single and a double. O’Shea pitched 5 and a third while letting up only 2 runs but was credited with the no decision. In the top of the 7th, Luke Felix and Swinton walked and Bannon singled to start the inning. All three scored after a Rostick walk and Migliozzi two-run single giving Delaware a 5-2 lead. Robby Seraita came in to close the door pitching 1 and two-thirds innings while giving up no runs and was credited with the win.
UD vs. Towson 3/9-3/10:
Game 1 W 8-4:
After Towson scored a run in the first inning, Delaware responded with three runs of their own curiosity of a Greg Rostick 2 RBI double and a Kyle Bannon RBI single. Towson scratched out runs in the 2nd, 5th and 6th inning and led 4-3 heading into the bottom of the 6th when Delaware bats caught fire. Freshman Ryan Grzywacz led the inning off with a double and then the next 4 batters got on base and scored as Delaware took an 8-4 lead. Freshman pitcher Dylan Buller closed out the 7th with 3 strikeouts as Tim Gentry picked up his first win of the season along with 4 strikeouts.
Game 2 W 6-5:
Delaware took an early first inning lead after Chris Cutsail led off with a single, stole second, and was driven in by Rostick. Towson took the lead in the second inning scoring two runs off of Freshman pitcher Andrew Slosberg, but Delaware tied it in the bottom if the inning. Slosberg then settled down shutting out Towson through the 6th and striking out 6. Delaware bats took life late again, scoring 3 runs via a Kelly Cook double, Cutsail single, and Terrence Swinton walk. Towson had a rally of their own in the top of the seventh scoring 3 runs, sending the game into extras. Luke Felix started the bottom of the 8th with a walk and scored on a Stark sac fly as Delaware won in walk-off fashion.
Game 3 W 17-3:
Delaware started the scoring in the first with 2 runs but Towson turned the tables and led 3-2 heading into the bottom of the 3rd. Delaware bats exploded scoring 8 runs in the 3rd off of a Rostick homerun, and singles by Bannon and Felix. In the 4th, the first 9 batters got on base, 7 of which scoring as Delaware batted around for the second straight inning. Sophomore Kevin O’Shea pitched 4 innings and Freshman Robby Seraita closed out the shortened 9 inning game as Delaware dominated in the 17-3 victory.
Fall 2012 Results:
Umass vs. Delaware (Delaware 2-1)
Game 1 (W 4-3): With Delaware down 3-2 in the bottom of the sixth, Sophomore Kyle Bannon drove in the tying and go-ahead runs with two outs to take the lead. Sophomore Kevin O'Shea got his first win of the year while sophomore Greg Rostick added a home run in the winning effort as well.
Game 2 (W 8-1): Sophomore Adam Pugh had a day on the mound, taking a no-hitter to one out remaining in the 7th. Delaware's bats were hot, scoring 8 runs in 6 innings.
Game 3 (L 13-8, 13 innings): After a back and forth game through eight innings, Delaware was down 7-8 with one out in the bottom of the ninth. Freshman PJ Scandariato came through in the clutch driving the game tying run in from second. The game would continue into the 13th inning with no scoring until Umass erupted with five runs in the top of the 13th going on to win 13-8. Freshman pitchers Andrew Slosberg, Ryan Buller, and Robby Seraita all saw their first action this season with Seraita striking out eight in four innings of work.