44 Personal Bests Set at Snowflake Classic
The men’s baseball team (6-6) won all three of its games this week, including a doubleheader at UMass Dartmouth on Saturday. Sophomore pitcher Kyle Szatrowski of Agawam picked up his third win of the season in the first game of the doubleheader, while junior right fielder Jamill Moquette of Boston went a combined 5-for-9.
The Beacons (5-10) had a tough week, dropping five out of six games. Senior Kelsey Souza of Braintree scored all three Beacons runs in Saturday’s doubleheader.
Track and Field
UMass Boston set 44 personal bests at the 2012 Tufts University Snowflake Classic on Saturday. Senior Anitra Kloczewiak of Newton set a program record of 109-02 feet in the hammer throw and helped the women’s team finish 11th out of 23 teams. The men’s team finished sixth out of 24 teams.
The men (3-3) beat Southern Maine 7-2 Saturday in their only match of the week. Sean Cullen of Medway was named the Little East Conference Player of the Week on Monday after earning victories in singles and doubles.
The Beacons fell to 2-7 on the season with a 15-4 loss to Little East Conference opponent Plymouth State University. Junior Pete McNichols of Norwalk had three goals in the loss.
To watch a video recap of the week, go to the UMassBeacons YouTube channel.
To follow Beacons athletics all week long, visit www.beaconsathletics.com.
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