Here are some of the top performers from the SNHU baseball team in the summer leagues this season. Stats are through July 11.
Tim Flight (Keene) – 1-0 with a 3.54 ERA…struck out 17 while walking four in 20.1 innings of work…held opponents to a .182 batting average.
Zach LeBarron (Laconia) (pictured left) – Posted a 0.87 ERA, allowing just one run in seven relief appearances for the Muskrats.
Junior Mendez (North Shore) – Made nine mound appearances with a pair of starts…owns a 2.37 ERA…earned a win in his first start of the season against New Bedford July 3.
Brad Monroe (Keene) (pictured on front) – 2-1 with a 1.54 ERA…struck out 21 batters in 23 innings of work…struck out seven and allowed two hits in six shutout innings Sunday at New Bedford in a 4-0 win.
Derrick Sylvester (Danbury) – Recorded a 3.86 ERA in four relief appearances.
Jon Massad (Webster) – Struck out season-high six batters against Rome on July 2 while allowing four hits in five innings…struck out 15 in 17.1 innings.
Kevin Spatkowski (Webster) – Batting .273 with seven runs batted in…drove in four runs in a 9-7 win over Allegany on July 1.
Hamptons Collegiate Baseball
A.J. Dusablon (North Fork) – Compiled a 4.26 ERA in seven appearances to date…did not allow an earned run in his first four appearances of the season.
David Gibson (Riverhead) – Registered a 2.45 ERA in seven appearances and owns a 1-1 record…struck out 17 in 18.1 innings of work…has not allowed a run in five of his seven outings.
Brendan O'Brien (North Fork) – Batting .271 with a .377 on-base percentage…has had multiple hits in five of 18 games, including three hits against Riverhead on July 1.
Futures Collegiate Baseball League
Jon Minucci (Nashua) (pictured right) – Batting .281 and is tied for third on the team with 17 RBI.
(Monroe photo courtesy Keene Swamp Bats - Sandy Morelli photographer)