The Baseball team lineup
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The Lorain County Community College baseball team led Delta College, 5-4, going into the bottom of the eighth inning, but the Pioneers scored three times to take a 7-5 victory over LCCC in the opening game of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III, Region 12, baseball tournament at Sprenger Stadium on Friday afternoon, May 11.

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Kevin Simon
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The Lorain County Community College baseball team has already won 16 games this season, establishing its highest regular season win total since joining the NJCAA in 2010. Now the Commodores will open the three-team, NJCAA, D-III, Region 12 tournament on Friday, May 11, against Delta (MI) College at Sprenger Stadium at noon. The winner will then play top-seeded Schoolcraft (MI) College at approximately 4:30 p.m. The double-elimination tournament will continue through Saturday (noon and 4:30) and, if necessary, Sunday.

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Lorain County Community College is the home of the top “one-two punch” in the nation among the 97 pitching staffs in the National Junior College Athletic Association, Division III. Sophomore pitchers Kevin Simon (Columbia Station/Columbia) and Nick Bene (New London/New London) have combined for nine complete games, more than any two pitchers on the same team in NJCAA, D-III. Simon has tossed five complete games and Bene has pitched four.

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Ryan Danszczak
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Sophomore pitcher Ryan Danszczak (pictured) limited Delta College (MI) to three hits over the final five innings and LCCC’s excellent defense led the Commodores to a 4-2 triumph in the second game of a doubleheader at Delta College (MI) on Sunday, April 29. Danszczak notched his first win of the season with a complete game, six hitter and allowed just one earned run.

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On Wednesday, April 25, the Lorain County Community College baseball squad earned a split in the doubleheader with Delta College by winning the nightcap, 4-3, in eight innings, when freshman shortstop Jesse Barrios opened the inning with a double, moved to third on sophomore left fielder Nick Bene’s bunt single and scored with one out when Bene was intentionally caught in a rundown between first and second.

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