Senior Trio Takes All-Patriot League Honors
Massa, Leopards shutout Jaspers 8-0
Massa holds Bison to three hits in loss
Centerfielder goes 4-for-5 in nightcap
Leopards travel to Annapolis, Md. for four-game series
Photos by Rick Smith
2013: Started 11 games on the mound...Led the team with a 3.41 ERA, three wins and 37 strikeouts...Pitched 5.0 innings, allowing two earned runs at Davidson on Feb. 24...Went 7.0 innings, allowing one run and picking up his first win at Maryland Eastern Shore on March 10...Allowed 6 earned runs in 7.2 innings pitched at North Florida...Struck out four batters at Penn on March 24...Went 4.1 innings allowing two runs and striking out five in a win against Lehigh on March 31...Threw 6.0 innings allowing three runs and striking out three against Holy Cross on April 6...Pitched 7.0 innings allowing one earned run against Army on April 13...Struck out five in 6.1 innings of work at Navy on April 20...Went 6.0 innings giving up four unearned runs and striking out seven at Bucknell on April 27...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings against Manhattan on May 5.
2010: Started three of the 10 games in which he pitched...pitched 19.2 innings on the season with 10 strikeouts and three walks...made first relief appearance at VMI (2/27) and threw 1.1 scoreless innings...tossed another 1.1 shutout innings at Dallas Baptist (3/18)...struck out a season-high three batters in start against Delaware (4/1)...made final start of the season at Villanova (4/14) and came out of the bullpen at Army (4/25) and against Navy (5/2).
At John Glenn: Three-time all-league selection and was named 2009 All-League Player of the Year, which followed his 2008 Pitcher of the Year honor...selected as an All-Long Island player following a senior season in which he boasted an 8-0 record as a pitcher...a two-sport athlete, he was also captain of the football team and earned all-conference and all-county honors.
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