Zamora Earns All-Conference Honors
Crimson Wave baseball pitcher sophomore Enrique Zamora was named to the CCAC All-Conference Second Team by the league office today.
“It’s an honor to be recognized. It just goes to show how important it is to put the work in during the off-season. I wanted to thank my teammates for being supportive and playing well behind me,” said Zamora.
Zamora led the Crimson Wave with 77 strike outs on the year ranking him fourth in the CCAC. Zamora pitched 64.1 innings and had a 3.64era.
The men’s team finished the season with an overall record of 13-33-1.
Baseball Falls to Judson in Season Closer
The Crimson Wave baseball season came to an end yesterday as they fell to Judson University 3-2 and 10-0 in their double header match up.
In the first game, CCSJ got on the board in the second inning scoring two runs to take the 2-0 lead in the game. Cesar Romero scored the first run for the Crimson Wave after an error by Judson’s shortstop. Luis Rondon singled to center field that drove in Tyler Newman. CCSJ did a good job of holding the lead until the 6th inning when Judson tied things at 2-2. The winning run for Judson came in the bottom of the 7th inning as Judson University defeated the Crimson Wave 3-2. Enrique Zemora was on the mound for CCSJ as he came up with eight strike outs. CCSJ struggled to get their offense going as Judson defeated CCSJ 10-0.
The Crimson Wave finished the season with an overall record of 13-33-1 and a CCAC record of 8-19. It’s a step in the right direction for CCSJ who won seven games the previous season. Coach Nowakowski has done a great job of preparing this team and bringing in new players help the baseball program move forward.
Baseball Grabs Opener in Series with PNC
4/27/14 - The Crimson Wave baseball team split their double header against Purdue University- North Central. The Crimson Wave won the first game 3-0 and lost in the second game 10-0.
The Crimson Wave got on the board in game one during the 2nd inning when Beiriger singled to right field that drove in Thomas Mosley. The game would remain 1-0 until the 5th inning when Reinhold Navas doubled to left center field that drove in Mikyl Flemming. Joseph Romero got on base after a fielder’s choice that allowed Jonathan Cardenas to score in what turned out to be the final run of the game.
Edward Arambula was on the mound for the Crimson Wave as he pitched all seven innings with five strikeouts. Game two was a different story for CCSJ who fell to PNC 10-0.
Between games the Crimson Wave said goodbye to senions Jon Cardenas, Jeremy Hernandez and Matt Matuszczak.
CCSJ is now 13-31-1 on the year as they head into their final regular season game against Judson University on Tuesday April 29th.