UPDATE: Baseball at Sacred Heart Cancelled
Update: Due to the impending forecast, the UAlbany baseball game at Sacred Heart has been
ALBANY, N.Y. – The University at Albany baseball team enters the final week of the 2018 regular season with one final non-conference road game at Sacred Heart.
Over the weekend, the Great Danes (18-25, 8-13 AE) were swept in three games by Maine, falling to 0-6 on the season against the Black Bears. UAlbany now sits in sixth place in the America East standings after the weekend’s
Sacred Heart last played four games against LIU Brooklyn, sweeping the Blackbirds at home and falling at neutral site Fordham University. The Pioneers, who have followed an eight-game losing streak by winning seven of nine, will host UAlbany off-site in Ansonia, Conn.
Five teams, Hartford, Stony Brook, UMass Lowell, UMBC, and Maine, have clinched spots in the America East Tournament. Hartford sits atop the stands at 14-7, while Stony Brook, UMass Lowell, UMBC, and Maine have matching 11-10 conference records.
Following the game against Sacred Heart, UAlbany will visit UMBC for three games starting Friday, May 18.
THE OUTLOOK: SACRED HEART (17-32, 12-13 NEC) | Tuesday, May 15, 5:00 p.m. | Ansonia, Conn.
Tale of the Tape
- Sacred Heart is 7-6 at home and 2-3 at neutral sites
- UAlbany is 11-13 on the road and 1-2 at neutral sites
- After losing 14 of 16, including eight straight, Sacred Heart has won seven of its last nine
- UAlbany has lost 10 of its last 12 to follow a six-game winning streak
- UAlbany went 1-0 against Sacred Heart last season
- Sacred Heart went 0-1 against Hartford; UAlbany went 1-2
- Sacred Heart went 3-1 against Central Conn. St.; UAlbany went 0-1
- Sacred Heart went 1-0 against Maine; UAlbany went 0-6
- Sacred Heart went 0-1 against Stony Brook; UAlbany went 3-0
- Sacred Heart went 3-1 against LIU Brooklyn; UAlbany went 0-1
- Dominic Savino leads the America East in wins (7)
- Jack McClure ranks second in opposing batting average (.122)
2017 Record: 23-36, (14-13 NEC); fourth place NEC
Top Offensive Player: Dan Shock, Sr., OF, (.309/.377/.606, 12 2B, 2 3B, 12 HR, 43 RBIs)
Top Pitcher: Brent Teller, Jr., RHP, (4-6, 5.38