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Tice named PSAC Baseball East Athlete of the Year
May 2, 2015
Dylan Tice (West Chester University, Quakertown Blazers, 2012) was named PSAC East Athlete of the Year, Photo Courtesy of Fred Breidenbach Sr.
Shortstop Dylan Tice (West Chester University, Quakertown Blazers, 2012) was named PSAC East Athlete of the Year after hitting .433 for the Rams with 15 doubles, five triples and nine home runs for a .821 slugging percentage.

The switch-hitting Tice was also named to the PSAC East first team along with Anthony Renz (Mansfield University, Allentown Railers, 2014) and Wes Baylor (Mansfield University, Lehigh Valley Catz, 2012).

Right handed pitchers, Tommy Alexander (Mansfield University, Allentown Railers, 2015) and Jim McDade (Millersville University, Quakertown Blazers, 2012) were placed on the second team along with Tim Ravel (Bloomsburg University, Quakertown Blazers, 2012).

Former ACBL player and field manager, Joe Spano of Mercyhurst, was selected as the Coach of the Year in the PSAC West.

Dylan Tice photo courtesy of Fred Breidenbach Sr

Brue Earns National Player of the Week Honor
April 28, 2015
John Brue (Saint Joseph's University, South Jersey Giants) was selected as one of the Louisville Slugger National Players of the Week, Photo Courtesy of South Jersey GiantsJohn Brue (Saint Joseph's University, South Jersey Giants, 2014-15) was named one of the Louisville Slugger National Players of the Week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.

In five games Brue hit .429 with a pair of doubles, two home runs, six walks, seven runs scored and ten runs batted in as the Hawks went 4-1.

The junior outfielder tops the A-10 in runs batted in (44) and ranks second in home runs (11) and slugging percentage (.669). Brue ranks 7th in RBI per game, 12th in Home Runs per Game and 17th in Slugging Percentage nationally in D-1.

John Brue photo courtesy of South Jersey Giants

Justin Aungst named A-10 Rookie of the Week
April 20, 2015
Justin Aungst (Saint Joseph's University, Allentown Railers) was selected as the A-10 Rookie of the Week, Photo Courtesy of St. Joseph's University Athletics Justin Aungst (Saint Joseph's University, Allentown Railers, 2015) was tabbed Atlantic-10 Rookie of the Week after not allowing a run in two relief appearances last week.

On Sunday Aungst scattered three hits while fanning eight in 4.2 innings of relief as the Hawks defeated VCU 5-1.

On the season Aungst has a 2-0 record with a 1.32 ERA in 27.1 innings pitched.

Justin Aungst photo courtesy of Saint Joseph's University Athletics

Garzillo named Patriot League Player of the Week
March 25, 2015
Mike Garzillo (Lehigh University, Lehigh Valley Catz) was selected as the Corvias Patriot League Player of the Week, Photo Courtesy of Lehigh University AthleticsMike Garzillo (Lehigh University, Lehigh Valley Catz) was named Corvias Patriot League Player of the Week after going 5-for-11 (.455) with two home runs and six RBIs in three games for the Mountain Hawks.

Garzillo, the 2014 ACBL MVP, ranks seventh in NCAA D-1 statistics with a .441 average while his .746 slugging average places him tenth nationally. The junior second baseman is 28th in RBIs per game and 33rd in doubles per game.

Paul Balestrieri (Cornell University, Trenton Generals), the 2014 ACBL Most Valuable Pitcher, ranks 15th in strikeout to walk ratio at 14:1. The sophomore RHP has posted a 1.84 ERA in 14.2 innings pitched with two saves.

Mike Garzillo photo courtesy of Lehigh University Athletics

Nelson to Return as Generals Play-By-Play Voice
March 11, 2015

The Trenton Generals are proud to announce that Matt Nelson will return to the booth as the radio Play-by-Play Voice of the Trenton Generals for the 2015 season. Nelson is looking forward to bring the exciting action of Generals baseball to the team's online internet radio account throughout the summer.

"I'm really looking forward to getting the season underway in just a few short months," Nelson said, "Being able to call summer college baseball at my first alma mater (Mercer County Community College) was a thrilling experience last year and I'm looking forward to seeing young college kids learn more about the game of baseball and travel with them throughout the season."

Nelson, a native of East Windsor, NJ, has been doing freelance work as a Play-by-Play Announcer for the last 15 months. He began his journey with NJ.org Varsity calling high school sporting events throughout Bergen County, NJ and also dabbled in college basketball with Montclair State as the Color Commentator for the men's and women's basketball teams. Nelson also added the role of Color Commentator with the football team at FDU-Florham to his resume this past Fall. He is currently a Play-by-Play Announcer for high school sports on the Strive Network, the NFHS Network and also reports on high school sporting events for the Trenton Times throughout Burlington, Mercer and Hunterdon counties.

Nelson graduated from Rowan University in 2012 with a Bachelor's Degree in Radio/TV/Film with a minor in Broadcast Journalism. Before that, he earned his Associate's Degree from Mercer County Community College in 2010 majoring in Communications.

Nelson will be following the Generals for every home game and most road games throughout the 2015 season. Each game will be broadcasted on his UStream account, http://www.ustream.tv/channel/trenton-generals-baseball and fans can tune into each game on their laptop, IPhone, or Smartphone.


   


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