Salem State knocks off PSU Baseball

April 29th, 2004 by Adam

            SALEM, Mass. – Salem State College scored 15 runs on 15 hits Thursday afternoon and took a non-conference baseball game from Plymouth State University, 15-4, at Fraser Field.

            Senior Mike Morgan (Burlington, Mass.) led the Vikings with three hits and five RBI, while senior Mike Navarro (Saugus, Mass.) also had three hits and drove in four.  Salem State improves to 20-11 on the season, while PSU dropped to 5-24.

            Junior Derek Guimond (Lewiston, Maine) provided the bright spots for Plymouth State, cracking two triples and scoring two runs.  Sophomore C.J. Rousseau (Merrimack, N.H.) had an RBI single for PSU in the first inning, and classmate Adam Kobeski (Walpole, N.H.) added a two-run single in the third.

            Junior Chris Winroth (Hopedale, Mass.) picked up his first victory of the season with five solid innings of relief for the Vikings.  Freshman Jamie Aceto (Cumberland, R.I.) started and took the loss for PSU (1-3).

            Salem State plays at home again Friday against Saint Joseph’s College (3:30 p.m.), while PSU returns to Little East Conference action with a doubleheader Saturday at Rhode Island College (12:00 p.m.).

(Courtesy of Salem State Sports Information)

– 30 –

In the News

Example Image

New museum exhibit features hiking trail clubs

PLYMOUTH — In the early 1900s, Americans were discovering the beauty and grandeur of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, and hiking the scenic ridges became increasingly popular. Trail clubs began forming, with members creating hiking trails and overnight camping structures, beginning a proud legacy of enjoying and protecting New Hampshire’s most precious natural resource. The renowned hiking […]

Example Image

Bringing it back to New Hampshire

MEREDITH — Inter-Lakes High School students heard from local professionals on Wednesday about their jobs and how they got to where they are today. The event, called “Bringing it Back to New Hampshire,” was put on by the Career Partnership Program, which is a collaboration between the Greater Meredith Program and Inter-Lakes High School. It helps students […]

Example Image

Retiring PSU President Sara Jayne Steen delivers final State of University address

PLYMOUTH — Asserting that “Plymouth State University is vibrant and energetically moving forward,” President Sara Jayne Steen delivered a favorable report in her annual State of the University address on Wednesday. Citing continued success in experiential learning opportunities, an impressive recruitment and marketing effort, the culmination of a major fundraising campaign and campus capital improvements, Steen’s message […]