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Coach: Bill Frawley
Phone: (440)365-5222 ext. 8321
E-Mail: wfrawley@lorainccc.edu

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Home Playing Field is "The Pipeyard" in Lorain, 2840 Meister Road.  

Front Row: Coach Frawley, Barrett Huspaska, Luis Moreno, Cole Rosmarin, Brian Mahilo, Jay Duke, Mark Krasienko, Omar Vazquez, Norbert Velez, Coach Stavole.
Back Row: Jordan Smith, Angel Flecha, Jeff Carlson, Matt Wysocki, Garrett Mullins, Zach Borer, Jake Chalkwater.
Missing from picture: Shane Derricotte, Samer Mustafa, Victor Colon.

2015 LCCC Baseball News
LCCC Defeats Clark State Community College in 11th in Season Finale - May 1, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator 

LCCC baseball (9-20) win their season finale at Clark State CC 18-11 in 11 innings

Springfield, OH—LCCC baseball ended their season in style, by coming back to beat Clark State 18-11 in 11 innings. Pitcher Jake Chalkwater received the win in the marathon of a game. The Commodores fell behind early to Clark State, trailing 10-1 in the fifth inning. LCCC made the big comeback in the ninth inning. With two outs in the ninth inning, the Commodores scored five runs to tie the game at 11 and force extra innings. With two outs in that inning, the team had five singles come off the bats of Garrett Mullins (4 for 7 with a three singles, a triple and two runs scored), Brian Mahilo (3 for 7 with two singles, a double and two runs scored), Angel Flecha (4 for 7 with two singles, two doubles and three runs scored), Luis Moreno (3 for 6 with three singles and two runs scored) and Jeff Carlson (3 for 6 with two singles, a double and run scored) along with a huge triple by Cole Rosmarin (4 for 6 with two singles, two triples, a walk and four runs scored). Chalkwater shut out Clark State in the extra innings, allowing the offense to explode for seven runs in the 11th inning. The offense kept getting hits and walks to extend the lead to 18-11 in the 11th inning.

“That was a crazy night … it was awesome … very, very cool,” LCCC Manager Bill Frawley rejoiced following the great comeback by his team in the season finale. “Fun, fun day … great way to end the season.” Manager Frawley praised the pitching of Jake Chalkwater and also loved the offense’s execution saying, “Everyone came through. This was a real fun group of guys and I had a blast playing with them,” said Frawley about his team this season. “These guys never gave up … they always had a good time with one another,” exclaimed Manager Frawley. The LCCC Commodores finish the season 9-20.
Box Score vs Clark State CC                       
 
LCCC Loses to Cuyahoga Community College on the Road - April 29, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball (8-20) lost 17-1 in a single game at Cuyahoga Community College

Parma, OH—On Wednesday night, LCCC baseball lost 17-1 to Cuyahoga Community College in nine innings. The Commodores started pitcher Luis Moreno on the mound, taking the loss in the game. Tri-C’s offense had it going with 17 runs on 24 hits in the nine inning game. The first, fifth and sixth innings were the big frames for Tri-C, scoring more than three runs in those innings. On offense for LCCC, the team scored one run on three hits and four walks. Shortstop Victor Colon scored the Commodores’ only run, going 0 for 1 with two walks, a run scored and a stolen base. LCCC center fielder Cole Rosmarin went 1 for 3 with a single, a walk and a stolen base. Pitcher Luis Moreno was 1 for 3 with a single, while Jordan Smith added a single in his only at-bat.

It was just a tough day for the LCCC Commodores on Wednesday, moving to 8-20 on the season. LCCC Manager Bill Frawley was frustrated with the loss versus Tri-C. The Commodores will look to get back on the winning side on Friday. LCCC will play their final game of the 2015 season on the road against Clark State Community College on Friday.
Box Score vs Cuyahoga CC                          

LCCC Swept in Road Doubleheader vs The Ohio State University Lima - April 26, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (8-19) loses Game 1 at OSU Lima 17-0 and Game 2 by 10-4  score

Lima, OH—In game one, LCCC baseball was beat 17-0 by OSU Lima in five innings. Barrett Huspaska was the starting pitcher for the Commodores, taking the loss. OSU Lima scored 17 runs on 13 hits and eight walks in the game versus multiple LCCC pitchers. A number of errors by the Commodores contributed to some of the OSU Lima runs. The second and third innings were the big for OSU Lima, scoring seven in the second and nine in the third. On offense for LCCC, the team was unable to score on their six hits. Third baseman Angel Flecha had two hits, going 2 for 2 with two singles. Shortstop Luis Moreno went 1 for 2 with a single and a stolen base, while right fielder Jeff Carlson went 1 for 2 with a double.

In game two, LCCC lost to OSU Lima 10-4 in seven innings. Pitcher Victor Colon started the game for the Commodores, taking the loss. LCCC took the early lead in the game, leading 3-0 going into the bottom of the fifth. But, OSU Lima had a huge fifth inning, scoring seven runs that gave them the lead for the rest of the game. Overall, OSU Lima scored ten runs on nine hits and a walk. For LCCC on offense, the team scored four runs on five hits and two walks. Left fielder Brian Mahilo was 1 for 3 with a double and two runs scored. Catcher Jay Duke went 1 for 2 with a single, a walk and a stolen base. Right fielder Jeff Carlson (1 for 2 with a double) and pitcher Victor Colon (0 for 3) each scored a run in the game. Third baseman Angel Flecha (1 for 3) and right fielder Zach Borer (1 for 1), who subbed in for Carlson in the sixth inning, each had a single in the game.

LCCC Manager Bill Frawley described the two losses to OSU Lima as, simply, a “rough day.” The Commodores will look to turn their fortunes around in their next game on Wednesday. 
Box Score vs OSU Lima Game 1                                           
Box Score vs OSU Lima Game 2                

LCCC Splits Doubleheader at Butler County Community College (PA) - April 25, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (8-17) lost Game 1 at Butler CCC 11-5, Come back to win Game 2 4-2.

Butler, PA—In game one of the road doubleheader, LCCC lost to Butler CCC 11-5 in seven innings. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Jake Chalkwater, who pitched a complete game, allowing 11 runs on 12 hits, striking out six and walking two batters. The complete game by Chalkwater was his sixth of the season, which is the most in the entire NJCAA Division III. Multiple big errors by the LCCC defense contributed to many of the Butler CCC runs. Going into the bottom of the fifth, LCCC held a 5-3 lead. But in the fifth and sixth innings, Butler CCC capitalized on their opportunities, scoring eight of their runs in those two frames. On offense for the Commodores, the team scored five runs on eight hits and three walks. Center fielder Cole Rosmarin led the offensive attack for LCCC, going 3 for 3 with two singles, a double and a run scored. Left fielder Brian Mahilo added two hits, going 2 for 4 with a single and a double. Designated Hitter Zach Borer went 1 for 3 with a single, a walk, a stolen base and a run scored. After the third inning, LCCC was held scoreless with just two singles for the rest of the game.

In game two, LCCC pulled a late game comeback to beat Butler CCC 4-2 in seven innings. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Shane Derricotte, who had a complete game, allowing just two runs on four hits, striking out eight and walking four batters. He tied Chalkwater to lead NJCAA Division III with his sixth complete game and he also earned his team leading fifth victory. LCCC was down 2-1 going into the top of the sixth when the team scored three runs to take the lead, which ended up being the winning runs. After first baseman Garrett Mullins hit a triple to start the sixth, third baseman Angel Flecha drove him in with a two-run in-the-park homerun to give the Commodores the 3-2 lead. In the game, Flecha went 2 for 2 with a homerun, a double, a walk, two RBIs and two runs scored, while Mullins went 1 for 4 with a triple and a run scored. Overall the Commodores scored four runs on seven hits, including three extra base hits, and four walks. Center fielder Cole Rosmarin was 2 for 4 with two singles and a run scored. Right fielder Jeff Carlson added two hits, going 2 for 3 with two singles.

“We were in it up until the sixth inning … we had a lot of errors that cost us big,” explained LCCC Manager Bill Frawley about the game one loss. Even with the loss, Manager Frawley thought pitcher Jake Chalkwater pitched well, keeping them in the game. “Shane [Derricotte] was great … he pitched himself out of jams … he did well,” praised Manager Frawley about his game two winning pitcher. “We rallied in the sixth, everyone got talkative … everyone got fired up and we scored some runs,” said Manager Frawley about his team’s rally in the second game.
Box Score vs Butler CCC Game 1                         
Box Score vs Butler CCC Game 2       

LCCC Splits Final Home Doubleheader vs Cleveland State Club - April 22, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator


LCCC (7-16) won Game 1 versus Cleveland State Club 15-5 and lost Game 2 5-3

Lorain, OH—In game one of the doubleheader, LCCC baseball cruised to 15-5 victory over Cleveland State Club in five innings (mercy rule). The winning pitcher for the Commodores was starter Shane Derricotte, who pitched a complete game, allowing five runs (all runs were unearned) on eight hits, striking out six and walking just one batter. Derricotte gained his team leading fourth win and was aided by his offense, who scored 15 runs on eight hits. The Commdores scored early and often, plating all 15 runs in the first three innings of the game. The player of the game on offense was center fielder Cole Rosmarin, who went 2 for 2 with a single, a double, a sacrifice fly, a run scored and six RBIs. Third baseman Angel Flecha was busy in the game, going 2 for 2 with two singles, a walk, two runs scored and a RBI. First baseman Garrett Mullins went 1 for 2, reaching base all three at-bats with a single, a walk, three runs scored and two RBIs. Catcher Jay Duke and left fielder Brian Mahilo also scored three runs in the game for LCCC. Every starter for the Commodores either scored at least one run or notched at least one RBI in the game.

In game two, LCCC lost a 5-3 nail biter to Cleveland State Club in seven innings. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Barrett Huspaska, who took the loss, allowing five runs on just five hits, striking out nine and walking six batters. His walks and some miscues by the defense behind him, really hurt Huspaska. LCCC had their chances in the game, including in the final inning when they loaded the bases with just one out with the score at 5-3. But the Commodores could not capitalize, striking out and then grounding out to end the ball game. On offense for LCCC, the team scored three runs on nine hits. Second baseman Victor Colon went 2 for 3 with two singles, a stolen base and a RBI. Right fielder Jeff Carlson was 2 for 4 in the game with a single, a double and a RBI. Shortstop Jake Chalkwater (1 for 3), catcher Jay Duke (1 for 3) and first baseman Garrett Mullins (1 for 3) each scored one run for the Commodores.

“Shane [Derricotte] came out there and pitched phenomenal … He’s a baller,” praised LCCC Manager Bill Frawley about his game one winning pitcher. “In the first game, they had a pitcher who we were able to capitalize on and get guys on and get them in,” explained Manager Frawley. “The second game was a heartbreaker … there were a couple of things that could have changed the game,” said Manager Frawley about the loss in game two. LCCC will hit the road on Saturday when they travel to Butler County Community College in Pennsylvania. The road doubleheader is set to start at noon on Saturday.
Box Score vs CSU Club Game 1                                
Box Score vs CSU Club Game 2                                            

LCCC Swept In Road Doubleheader at Community College of Allegheny County-Boyce-April 19, 2015 
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (6-15) lost G
ame 1 versus CCAC Boyce 6-2 and lost Game 2 10-4

Monroeville, PA—In game one, LCCC lost to CCAC Boyce 6-2 in seven innings. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Jake Chalkwater, who pitched a complete game, allowing six runs on 10 hits with all the runs being unearned. He also struck out three batters and walked two batters in the loss. Chalkwater’s fifth complete game of the season is the most in the entire NJCAA Division III. The LCCC defense struggled, committing multiple errors that led to all the runs for CCAC Boyce. On offense for the Commodores, the team scored two runs on three hits, while also walking three times. During the third inning, LCCC posted all of their runs and hits on the board with center fielder Cole Rosmarin and shortstop Luis Moreno scoring their two runs. Moreno went 1 for 3 with a single and run scored. First baseman Garrett Mullins (1 for 3) and outfielder Brian Mahilo (1 for 3) each had a single in the third inning to give the Commodores three hits in the game.

In the second game, LCCC lost to CCAC Boyce 10-4 in seven innings. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Garrett Mullins, taking the loss in the game. CCAC Boyce scored 10 runs on eight hits. Like the first game, LCCC committed multiple errors in the game that led to many of the runs for CCAC Boyce. The fourth inning was the big inning for CCAC Boyce, scoring six of their runs in that frame. On offense for the Commodores, the team scored four runs on nine hits and four walks. Outfielder Brian Mahilo had a great game, going 3 for 4 with two singles, a double, a run scored and two RBIs. Third baseman Angel Flecha went 1 for 3 with a single, a walk and a run scored. Second baseman Mark Krasienko went 2 for 3 with two singles, a walk and a stolen base. Catcher Norbert Velez also went 1 for 2 with a single, a walk and a run scored.

“It was a rough day … Lots of errors on defense and not enough offense,” said LCCC Manager Bill Frawley following the two losses on Sunday. “He was great,” praised Manager Frawley about starting pitcher Jake Chalkwater’s fifth complete game of the season. “He just goes out there and pitches tough.”
Box Score vs CCAC Boyce Game 1                  
Box Score vs CCAC Boyce Game 2                       

LCCC Splits Road Doubleheader vs Community College of Allegheny County-South-April 18, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (6-13) won Game 1 of the road doubleheader vs CCAC South 5-2 but fell in Game 2 13-3.

West Mifflin, PA—In game one, LCCC baseball beat CCAC South 5-2 in seven innings. Pitcher Shane Derricotte pitched a complete game victory, his third win of the season. He allowed only two runs on seven hits (all seven hits were singles), striking out 12 and walking none. His only trouble came in the second inning, where both runs scored on four singles in the inning. He went 1-2-3 in four innings, allowing no runs and just three singles in the other six innings. On offense for the Commodores, the team scored five runs on just two hits. The team was successful because of their patience, walking 10 times in the game. The second and third innings were the big moments for LCCC, scoring all of their runs in these two innings. In those two innings, the Commodores had no hits, but walked seven times. The two hits in the game for LCCC came off the bat of outfielder Brian Mahilo. Mahilo went 2 for 3 with a single, a double, and a walk. LCCC Catcher Jay Duke had three at bats, walking all three times with a run scored and a stolen base.

In game two, LCCC lost 13-3 in five innings. CCAC South had a total of eight hits in the game, along with eight walks. LCCC struggled on defense in the game, extending the inning. Numerous errors committed by LCCC turned into runs for CCAC South. The Commodores defense struggled in the game, committing multiple errors that led to a lot of the runs for CCAC South. CCAC South did all of their damage in the third and fourth innings, scoring five runs in the third and then scoring eight runs in the fourth. The offense for the Commodores scored three runs on six hits (all six hits were singles) and three walks. First baseman Garrett Mullins went 0 for 1, but had two walks and a run scored. The Commodores offense was unable to get the key big hit to open up the scoring.

“Not a bad day,” said LCCC Manager Bill Frawley after the team split the doubleheader versus CCAC South. “Shane pitched amazing … Shane was incredible. He threw nothing but strikes and he was overpowering hitters the whole time,” praised Manager Frawley about his winning pitcher in game one, Shane Derricotte. “We had a couple errors that cost us and we just continued to prolong innings that we shouldn’t have had happened,” remarked Manager Frawley about the tough game two loss.
Box Score vs CCAC South Game 1                                    
Box Score vs CCAC South Game 2                      

LCCC Loses on Road to Oberlin College JV - April 14, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball (5-12) lost to Oberlin College JV 9-1 on Tuesday night at Oberlin

Oberlin, OH—LCCC lost 9-1 in 7 ½ innings to Oberlin College JV on Wednesday night. Barrett Huspaska was the starting pitcher for the Commodores, who took the loss, allowing eight runs on seven hits, striking out four and walking four in five innings pitched. Huspaska was pitching well for the Commodores early in the game, allowing just two runs before the fifth inning. The game was 2-1 going into the bottom of the fifth when Oberlin struck for six runs, gaining a commanding lead. But the inning was not all on Huspaska. The Commodores defense committed multiple errors in the fifth that led to many of the runs in the inning. LCCC pitcher Jake Chalkwater relieved Huspaska in the sixth, allowing no runs on one hit. Pitcher Garrett Mullins finished the game for the Commodores, pitching the seventh inning, allowing one run on three hits.

The LCCC offense was stymied for most of the game, producing only one run on seven hits with all seven hits being singles. The only Commodores run came in the third inning, when center fielder Cole Rosmarin scored the team’s only run. Rosmarin went 1 for 3 with a single, a walk and a run scored. Outfielder Brian Mahilo had a solid day, going 2 for 3 with two singles and a walk. Third baseman Angel Flecha added two hits, going 2 for 4 with two singles. First baseman Garrett Mullins and second baseman Omar Vazquez each added a single in the game.

“Oberlin is good and made some great defensive plays,” said LCCC Manager Bill Frawley about his opponent on Tuesday. He liked how his starting pitcher performed early saying, “Barrett [Huspaska] pitched well until the fifth.” But, Manager Frawley went on to say that the Commodores defense had a big part in the game saying, “There were a couple of big errors that cost us big.”

LCCC baseball is now 5-12 on the season.
Box Score vs Oberlin JV                   
LCCC Splits Road Doubleheader vs Community College Of Allegheny County-Boyce - April 12, 2015 
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (5-11) lost Game 1 3-2, but the Commodores came back to win Game 2 15-2

Monroeville, PA—In game one, LCCC lost a close one against CC of Allegheny County-Boyce 3-2. Pitcher Shane Derricotte was the starter for LCCC, pitching a complete game, allowing three runs on eight hits, striking out three and walking three batters. The Commodores offense struggled to get enough runs for Derricotte, only getting two runs on two hits. The offense was able to draw six walks, but was never able to get the big hits to score those base runners. Third baseman Angel Flecha went 1 for 3 with a single, a walk and a run scored. Designated hitter Zach Borer went 1 for 3 with a double and a RBI. Center fielder Cole Rosmarin accounted for the other run in the game when outfielder Brian Mahilo drove him in with a ground out in the first inning.

In game two, LCCC had an offensive onslaught where they scored 15 runs and beat CC of Allegheny County-Boyce 15-2. Jake Chalkwater started the game for the Commodores and gained a complete game victory, allowing just two runs on four hits, striking out one and walking five batters. The offense really stepped up for Chalkwater, scoring 15 runs on nine hits. The offense patient once again, drawing 10 walks in the game. The big inning for LCCC was the third inning, putting up seven runs on two hits and six walks. First baseman Garrett Mullins had a great game, going 4 for 4 with two singles, two doubles, a walk and four runs scored. Third baseman Flecha went 2 for 3 with a single, double, a walk, a hit by pitch and two runs scored. Seven of the nine LCCC starters were able to reach base and score a run in the game.

“We didn’t score enough runs,” said Manager Bill Frawley on the game one loss. Even with the loss, Manager Frawley liked what pitcher Derricotte did in game one, saying, “Shane always goes out there and pitches well.” He was very happy with game two’s victory. “It was a nice game, the second game we got everyone in the game,” Manager Frawley said about the victory in game two. Manager Frawley praised Chalkwater on his winning pitching performance and that “the defense was making the plays behind him.” “Overall I’m pleased,” said Manager Frawley on the performance of his team on Sunday.
Box Score vs CCAC Boyce Game 1                        
Box Score vs CCAC Boyce Game 2   
 
                                    
LCCC Baseball Splits Doubleheader at Clark State Community College - April 11, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC (4-10) loses Game 1 vs Clark State 7-0, comes back to win Game 2 4-3.

Springfield, OH—In game one, LCCC baseball was blanked by Clark State 7-0. Commodores pitcher Victor Colon started the game for LCCC and pitched the entire game, allowing seven runs on eight hits and striking out two batters. The third inning was the big inning for Clark State, scoring six of their seven runs in that inning. On offense for LCCC, the team was blanked by Clark State pitcher Derek Coffey, who allowed only five hits in his complete game victory. All five hits were singles for LCCC and all five were left stranded. The Commodores threatened in the fourth inning, loading the bases up with two outs, but Coffey was able to get out of the jam with an inning ending groundout. Center fielder Cole Rosmarin, third baseman Angel Flecha, shortstop Luis Moreno, catcher Jay Duke and designated hitter Zach Borer each had a single for LCCC.

In game two, the Commodores were able to get revenge and take the split with Clark State by winning 4-3. LCCC Pitcher Barrett Huspaska got a complete game victory, allowing just three runs on seven hits, striking out eight and walking just two Clark State batters in seven innings. The game was scoreless through five innings, until LCCC was able to break through and post all four of their runs in the sixth inning. Huspaska then battled through a late Clark State charge in the last two innings to get the victory. In the bottom of the seventh, Clark State was able to get two runs in the inning to make the game 4-3, but Huspaska ended the comeback by Clark State, forcing a fly out to end the game. On offense for LCCC, outfielder Brian Mahilo went 2 for 3 with a single, double and a hit by pitch. Third baseman Flecha went 2 for 4 with two singles, a run scored and a RBI. First baseman Garrett Mullins, shortstop Moreno and outfielder Jordan Smith accounted for the other three runs scored in the game.

“We just didn’t have it,” said LCCC Manager Bill Frawley after the tough loss in game one versus the talented Clark Pitcher Coffey. “We had a nice talk in between games and we fired each other up,” explained Manager Frawley on his approach to get his team to respond after a tough game one loss. “Barrett (Huspaska) kept pitching very well … (he) kept asking me to stay in the game,” praised Manager Frawley about his winning pitcher. “He (Huspaska) hung in there and got the last guy to fly out to center field to end the game. Barrett looked very good.” “Everyone’s attitudes were incredible, helping each other out, pumping each other up. So, it was a good day,” praised Manager Frawley on his team’s overall performance on Saturday.
Box Score vs Clark State Game 1                       
Box Score vs Clark State Game 2                     
LCCC Splits Home Doubleheader vs Cleveland State Club - April 8, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC wins Game 1 vs. CSU  Club 16-1, loses Game 2 12-2

Lorain, OH—In game one, LCCC won in five innings (mercy rule) 16-1 over Cleveland State Club. Pitcher Shane Derricotte performed well for LCCC, earning the complete game win in which he allowed just one run, struck out ten batters, walked only one batter and allowed just five hits. The Commodores offense exploded for 16 runs on 13 hits. They did most of their damage in the first inning, scoring 13 runs on nine hits. All nine starters for LCCC were able to reach base and score a run in the inning. Seven of the nine starters reached base twice in the first inning as well. Third baseman Angel Flecha had a great game, going 3 for 4 with two singles, a double, three runs scored, and five RBIs. Second baseman Mark Krasienko went 2 for 2 with a double, single, walk, run scored, and three RBIs. First baseman Garrett Mullins (2 for 2 with a two singles, a walk and a RBI) and left fielder Brian Mahilo (1 for 1 with a double, two walks, a stolen base and two RBIs) both scored three runs for the Commodores.

In game two, CSU turned the tides and beat LCCC 12-2 in five innings. LCCC pitcher Jake Chalkwater took the lost, pitching 2 1/3 innings allowing seven runs on six hits. Pitcher Barrett Huspaska came in to relieve Chalkwater, but was only able to pitch one inning, allowing four runs on three hits. Norbert Velez finished the game, pitching 1 2/3 innings, allowing one run. The three pitchers struggled with command in the game, walking a combined eight batters in the game. The defense also committed multiple errors that led to CSU runs. On offense, LCCC was unable to capitalize on their opportunities, leaving the bases loaded in three innings and leaving at least one runner in every inning. Designated hitter Jordan Smith and first baseman Mullins scored the two runs in the game.

“Shane did what he always does. He threw strikes consistently and kept hitters off balance by changing speed and location … He did very well,” praised LCCC manager Bill Frawley on pitcher Derricotte’s winning performance in game one. Manager Frawley was unsatisfied about game two saying, “You can’t leave runners on. When guys are on, you have to capitalize.” “There’s a lot of things that we need to work on that we missed,” said Manager Frawley on the performance of his team in game two. With the win and loss tonight, the Commodores are now 3-9 on the season.
Box Score vs CSU Club Game 1                            
Box Score vs CSU Club Game 2                           
LCCC Loses Both Games vs St. Clair County Community College (Mi) - March 31, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball lost game one to St. Clair CCC 13-3 and then in game two the team lost 13-3

Lorain, OH—In game one, LCCC lost in six innings 13-3 to St. Clair CCC. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Barrett Huspaska, who allowed 13 runs on 11 hits along with three strikeouts and four walks. The LCCC defense struggled in the game, committing multiple errors that led to a many of the runs for St. Clair CCC. On offense, the Commodores scored three runs on four hits. The offense came out hot early in the game, scoring all three runs and hitting all four hits in the first two innings. The offense was then stymied for the final four innings of the game by St. Clair CCC pitchers Avery Dudek and Hunter Holcomb. Center fielder Cole Rosmarin went 0 for 1 with two walks and a run scored. First baseman Garrett Mullins was 2 for 3 with a single, double and a run scored. Left fielder Brian Mahilo (1 for 3) and shortstop Angel Flecha (0 for 2) both had one RBI in the game, while second baseman Mark Krasienko (1 for 3 with two stolen bases) scored the third run of the game.

In game two, LCCC struggled again, losing 13-3 in five innings to St. Clair CCC. The starting pitcher for the Commodores was Jake Chalkwater, who gave up 13 runs on 14 hits, along with two strikeouts, one walk and one hit batter. The defense was shaky again in game two, committing multiple errors that led to many of the St. Clair CCC runs. On offense, the Commodores scored three runs on just two hits. Utility man Jeff Carlson went 0 for 0 in two at-bats with a walk and a RBI. First baseman Mullins went 0 for 1 with two walks and a run scored. Third baseman Flecha went 1 for 2 with a single and a run scored, while second baseman Krasienko had the other Commodore hit, a single. Shortstop Omar Vazquez was the other LCCC player who scored a run in the game. St. Clair CCC pitcher John Rakowicz pitched all five innings in the victory

“Our defense let us down again,” said Manager Bill Frawley following the two losses. “Our pitchers pitched well … they got the balls in positions where guys needed to make plays and they didn’t.” Manager Frawley, though, did see some positives with the offense after their six runs they scored on the day.
Box Score vs St. Clair CCC Game 1                             
Box Score vs St. Clair CCC Game 2                  
LCCC Baseball Sweeps Home Doubleheader vs OSU Mansfield
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball won game one of the OSU-Mansfield doubleheader 12-0 and then went on to win game two 15-3

Lorain, OH—Game one was the LCCC’s first win and shutout of the season, beating OSU-Mansfield 12-0. The winning pitcher for the Commodores was Shane Derricotte, who pitched a complete game (5 innings because of run rule), allowing just four hits and no runs in the game, while also striking out three batters. It was Derricotte’s first win on the young season. The offense for LCCC came alive, scoring 12 runs on 10 hits. The Commodores struck early with five runs in the first inning, three runs in the second inning and four more runs in the third inning. Right fielder Brian Mahilo was 3 for 3 on the day for LCCC with three singles, three RBIs, three runs scored and a stolen base. Third baseman Angel Flecha went 2 for 3 with a single, double, an RBI and three runs scored. Shortstop Luis Moreno added a base hit, two RBIs and a run scored. Six of the nine starters for LCCC crossed the plate for a run in the game.

In game two, LCCC continued their offensive explosion, beating OSU-Mansfield 15-3. LCCC pitcher Garrett Mullins took the win for the Commodores, pitching a complete game (5 innings because of run rule). He allowed three runs on five hits, and struck out nine batters in his first win of the season. Similar to the first game, the offense really came alive scoring 15 runs on 15 hits. Mullins was great with the bat, going 1 for 1 with an in-the-park home run, three walks, a RBI and four runs scored. The offense was a team effort with 10 LCCC players scoring at least one run in the game. 16 Commodores played with 11 of them getting at one hit in the game. It was truly a team win for LCCC.

“He pitched very good, [he] kept the ball in the strike zone,” LCCC Manager Bill Frawley said of Derricotte’s complete game shutout performance. He also noted that Derricotte was fighting a sickness through his outing. On Mullins’ pitching performance, Manager Frawley said he struggled early with command, but then “settled down and pitched very well for us.” Both pitchers earned the game balls from their skipper. Manager Frawley was ecstatic about the offense saying, “Everybody hit very well … it was fun.” On being able to play his entire roster today, Frawley simply said, “It was an easy day to be a coach.”
Box Score vs OSU Mansfield Game 1                               
Box Score vs OSU Mansfield Game 2                     
LCCC Baseball Loses Both Games of Doubleheader at OSU Lima - March 28, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball lost game one of the road doubleheader vs OSU-Lima 11-1 and then lost in game two 3-0.

Lima, OH—In game one of the doubleheader at Ohio State University at Lima, LCCC fell to OSU-Lima 11-1 in a game that ended after 4 2/3 innings (run rule). The Commodores had pitcher Victor Colon on the mound. Colon pitched the entire game (4 2/3 innings), allowing 13 hits and 11 runs (only 3 earned runs), along with a strikeout and two walks. LCCC continued their struggle on defense, committing multiple errors in the game, which gave OSU-Lima eight unearned runs. The Commodores had another tough game offensively, only mustering three hits and a run. LCCC first baseman Garrett Mullins was 2 for 2 on the day with two singles. The Commodores' only run came in the top of the fifth, when third baseman Luis Moreno scored on a base hit by designated hitter Angel Flecha. Moreno walked in both of his at-bats, while Flecha went 1 for 3 with that RBI single. OSU-Lima took the commanding lead in the game after they scored eight runs in the bottom of the third inning to go up 9-0. Third baseman Kyle Edgin and second baseman Joey Schmook each had three RBIs in the victory for OSU-Lima.

In game two of the doubleheader, LCCC lost 3-0 to OSU Lima. It was a pitching duel that went down to the final out. LCCC pitcher Jake Chalkwater pitched the entire game (6 innings), allowing just six hits and three runs (only one earned run), along with two strikeouts and two walks. It was another tough game defensively for LCCC, committed two errors that helped OSU-Lima score two unearned runs. The Commodores threatened in the top of the seventh inning, amassing the bases loaded with two outs. But OSU Lima was able to end the game by forcing center fielder Cole Rosmarin to ground out. LCCC was only able to get five hits in the game with all five coming as just singles. Commodores left fielder Brian Mahilo was the only batter for LCCC to get multiple hits, going 2 for 3 with two singles. OSU-Lima scattered their runs separately in innings one, four and five.

With these two loses, LCCC moves to 0-6 on the season. LCCC Manager Bill Frawley praised Jake Chalkwater for his pitching performance, saying he “pitched incredible, we just couldn’t get any runs.” Manager Frawley went on saying, “We had a few opportunities in the second game, we just didn’t capitalize.” He wants his players to be more patient going forward to get more walks. Then when the team can get more runners in scoring position, he wants his Commodores to capitalize on these opportunities.
Box Score vs OSU Lima Game 1                 
Box Score vs OSU Lima Game 2                
LCCC Falls to CCAC South in Home Opener Double Header - March 22, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball lost game one of their home doubleheader with CCAC South 9-2 and then lost 18-9 in game two.

Lorain, OH—LCCC played their first set of home games on Sunday afternoon at The Pipeyard in Lorain. Community College Of Allegheny County South took the win in game one 9-2. LCCC pitcher Shane Derricotte took the loss for the Commodores, allowing eight runs and striking out three batters. The true downfall of the game for LCCC was the errors. The Commodores were tied at one for three innings until errors plagued them in the fourth helping CCAC South gain three runs in the inning. CCAC South would add on to the lead by notching four more runs in the fifth inning. While CCAC South was scoring these runs, the Commodores offense was struggling to keep up, gathering six hits in the game. Outfielder Brian Mahilo had two hits, a single and a double, for LCCC and also scored one of their runs in the game. Outfielder Cole Rosmarin also added two hits, two singles.

In game two, CCAC South beat LCCC 18-9 in an offensive shootout. LCCC pitcher Jake Chalkwater pitched all seven innings allowing 18 runs and striking out three batters. The Commodores offense finally got going, getting 11 hits and nine runs. LCCC catcher Jay Duke went 3 for 5 with three singles, two RBIs and three runs scored. Commodores infielder Mark Krasienko reached base all four at-bats with two walks, a hit by pitch, a single and two runs scored. Much like the first game, the defense of LCCC was the downfall of the game. The multiple errors led to big innings for CCAC South and really hurt the ability of LCCC to hold down the CCAC South offense.

“It was a rough day … defense let us down,” LCCC Manager Bill Frawley said following the home losses. “We didn’t score enough runs in the first game. The second game, we scored enough runs, but too many errors cost us the game.” Manager Frawley, though, liked the fight of the LCCC hitters in game two saying, “They didn’t give up, they didn’t let down, they kept battling the whole game.” The Commodores will look to shore up their defense and continue their offensive roll on Thursday. LCCC will play a doubleheader against Butler CCC (PA) at home (The Pipeyard) on Thursday with first pitch at 2 p.m.
Box Score vs CCAC South Game 1               
Box Score vs CCAC South Game 2            
LCCC Begins Season at Cuyahoga Community College - March 21, 2015
By Joe Gilbert, Sports Information Coordinator

LCCC baseball lost game one of the doubleheader to Cuyahoga Community College 15-1 and in game two, the Commodores fell 13-0 to Clark State Community College.

PARMA, OH—In game one of the doubleheader, LCCC pitcher Garrett Mullins started the game versus Tri-C and took the loss. Mullins went 3 2/3 innings giving up 11 runs, but only three of the runs were earned. The Commodores took the early lead in the game when catcher Angel Flecha drove in center fielder Cole Rosmarin with a double in the first inning. This ended up being the team’s only run of the game. Tri-C answered in the second inning with two runs and then broke open the game in the fourth inning, scoring nine runs. Tri-C would add on four more runs in the game to take the game 15-1. The Commodores could only muster three hits in the game with shortstop Omar Vazquez getting a single and Rosmarin adding a triple along with his run scored.

In game two of the twin bill, LCCC pitcher Barrett Huspaska started the game versus Clark State and took the loss. Huspaska pitched 2 2/3 innings letting in 5 runs, but striking out five batters. It was another tough game for the LCCC offense, only managing two hits in the game. Garrett Mullins played the second game at first base and hit a double in one of his two at-bats. The other hit for the Commodores came from catcher Jay Duke with a single. It was a tough day overall for the Lorain County Community College Commodores.

“We’re having a hard time getting guys on … You have to have guys on base to be able to do stuff,” LCCC Manager Bill Frawley said following the two losses on Saturday. “You’ve got to score runs to win ball games in college.” LCCC will look to do just that tomorrow in the first home games of the season at the Pipeyard in Lorain.
Box Score vs. Cuyahoga Community College                                   
Box Score vs. Clark State                   
LCCC Baseball News 2014

4/13/14 - Commodores Face Strong Henry Ford CC Team in Dearborn, MI
LCCC traveled to Henry Ford CC to take on the Hawks; they proved to be a formidable opponent.

Game One: Henry Ford 13, LCCC 3
Aaron Ruminski took the lost and is 0-2 on the year, pitching to 5 batters. Blake Sopko came in to finish the game. Kevin Shaw was 2-2 with 2 runs scored and Garrett Mullins was 2-3 with a double.

Game Two: Henry Ford 12, LCCC 5
Michael Lipcsey took the lost after having 2 out in the first inning when an outfielder fell down on a routine fly out, opening the door for them to score 9 runs in the first . Thomas Holloway was 3-4 with 2 RBIs. Tyler Mazzei and Garrett Mullins each had 2 hits.

4/12/14 - LCCC Splits at Clark State
The weather was finally good for baseball over the weekend and LCCC's team made the most of it with two games on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, they traveled to Springfield, OH to take on Clark State, where they nearly had a sweep.

Game One: LCCC 6, Clark State 4
Garrett Mullins pitched 6 innings with 4 strike outs to get the win, to improve to 2-1 on the year . Darion Katynski came in the 7th to pick up the save, his first of the year, setting them down 1, 2, 3. Kevin Shaw was 2-3 with a triple and 2 runs scored , Tyler Mazzei was 2-3 with a RBI, and Sam Elseser was 2-3 with 2 RBIs.

Game Two: Clark State 5, LCCC 4 (10 Innings)
Darion Katynski pitched 9.2 innings, giving up 4 earned runs with 7 strike outs. He is 0-2 on the year but has had strong outings. Derek Mills was 3-4 with 2 doubles and a RBI.

4/9/14 - LCCC Falls to Tri-C by 1 Run
LCCC traveled across town for one game at Tri-C. Darion Katynski pitched 4 innings, giving up 5 earned runs with 2 strike outs. Jordan Hanuscin pitched a scoreless 1.2 innings to close but the Commodores fell one run short. Derek Mills had 3 RBIs and Tyler Mazzei added 2 more.
Box Score

4/6/14 - First Home Game Goes 11 Innings
LCCC hosted Tiffin University JV at the Pipeyard on Sunday. The first game of the DH went 11 innings, with the Commodores suffering a heartbreaking loss after leading the entire game.

Game One: Tiffin University JV 9, LCCC 8 (11 Innings)
The Commodores were ahead the entire game, behind the strong pitching of Garret Mullins, until the 6th inning when Tiffin University JV went ahead by 2. LCCC came back to tie it up in the bottom half of the 7th and force extra innings. Jake Dersi came in to pitch 4 strong innings but LCCC's bats went quiet and Tiffin was able to pull out 1 run in the 11th to win it. Derek Mills and Thomas Holloway each contributed 2 RBIs.
Box Score Game 1

Game Two Tiffin University JV 11, LCCC 8
LCCC used 7 pitchers in this battle, with Nathan Ash handling most of the duty, allowing 3 runs in 4.1 innings pitched. Added RBIs for the team were: Derek Mills (2), Thomas Holloway, Sam Elseser (3), Tyler Mazzei and Nathan Keith .
Box Score Game 2

4/1/14 - Commodores Fall Twice at Glen Oaks CC
LCCC traveled to Centreville, MI to play Glen Oaks CC in a DH that was added to the schedule since many of our games have been cancelled due to weather. They faced a strong team and lost both games.

Game One: Glen Oak CC 22, LCCC 5
Garret Mullins, Blake Sopko and Nathan Ash combined on the mound for the Commodores, with Mullins taking the lost. Tyler Mazzei had a triple and 3 RBIs but it wasn't enough against the power of Glen Oak.
Box Score Game 1

Game Two: Glen Oak CC 8, LCCC 7
Derek Mills pitched almost the entire game, went 3 for 3 in hitting, had an RBI, sac fly and stolen base to lead the Commodores in the second game of the DH. Unfortunately LCCC fell just short, losing to Glen Oak by 1 run. Sam Elseser also had a stellar game, going 4 for 4 with 3 RBIs for LCCC.
Box Score Game 2

3/27/14 - Baseball Team's 2014 Season Gets Underway with Split at OSU-Newark
The LCCC Baseball Team's season got underway today with their first game of 2014 (finally)! They took on OSU-Newark at Newark with a convincing win in their first game (13-4)! Their record is now .500 with a loss in the second game of the double header (7-4).

Game One: LCCC 13, OSU Newark 4
In game one, Garrett Mullins got the win, pitching a complete game. The Commodores got RBIs from Kevin Shaw, Derek Mills, Thomas Holloway (2), Jordan Hanuscin (2), Tyler Mazzei (2), Jake Dersi, and Garret Mullins (2).
Box Score Game 1

Game Two: OSU Newark 7, LCCC 4
In the second game, Derek Mills pitched 3 1/2 innings for the lost, with Mike Lipcsey and Nathan Ash finishing out the game. Innings 4 and 5 were where OSU Newark pulled away with 2 runs in each of those innings. RBIs by Kevin Shaw, Derek Mills (2), and Tyler Mazzei kept LCCC close early.
Box Score Game 2

4/17/13 - Commodores Travel to Tri-C for Make-Up Game

LCCC traveled across town for a rescheduled game against Cuyahoga Community College on Wednesday. Tri-C scored 7 runs in the 6th inning to put the game out of reach for the Commodores, with a final score of 9 to 2. For the LCCC offense, Rob Perkins led the way going 2 for 4 and scoring a run. Branden Burke recorded another hit for the day, he is now ranked 19th nationally for hitting among NJCAA Division III teams, with a batting average of .452.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130417_jkgt.xml

4/14/13 - Two Close losses to CCAC South
Two close games for the Commodores lead to two losses to the Community College of Allegheny County South in West Mifflin, PA on Sunday.

Game One: Lorain CCC 0, CCAC South 4
Victor Colon pitched a strong game but didn’t receive any help from the offense. Tyler Mazzei went 2 for 3 in the game but LCCC was unable to score any runs. The Commodores tried to jump start the offense with stolen bases by Tyler Mazzei, Branden Burke (2), and Tyler Williams (2) to no avail.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130414_5ov5.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 2, CCAC South 4
Derrick Traxler and Anthony Monschein combined on the mound to keep LCCC close but again the offense was unable to produce enough runs. The Commodores finally got on the board in the sixth inning but it proved to be too little too late. Branden Burke and Ben Simkovich both went 2 for 4 in the game.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130414_mb0c.xml

4/13/13 - Two Tough Games against Powerhouse Clark State
LCCC faced a strong Clark State team in Springfield, Ohio on Saturday. Clark State is 17-2 for the season and is one of the top nationally ranked teams in their league.

Game One: Lorain CCC 1, Clark State 19
LCCC never recovered from a 12 run first inning by Clark State. Along with only 3 Commodore hits for the game, that made for a long game.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130413_lxkt.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 3, Clark State 15
The Commodore bats woke up in the second game, with doubles by Rob Perkins, Tom Strasko, and Jordan Hanuscin. Rob Perkins also recorded two RBIs. Unfortunately the Clark State hitters could not be stopped; LCCC used five pitchers in this effort. Tom Strasko suffered a cut to the chin which required stitches when hit by a ball while on the mound.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130413_8b0q.xml

4/9/13- Another Heart Breaker Lost to Mercyhurst NE
LCCC again lost a pair of games to Mercyhurst North East, with the second game another lost in the final inning.

Game One: Lorain CCC 2, Mercyhurst NE 12
LCCC was only able to score two runs on 2 hits in the first game of this double header, with Mercyhurst putting up 13 hits for the game.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130409_fi6o.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 2, Mercyhurst NE 3
Tom Strasko pitched a strong complete game in this heart breaker of a lost for LCCC. The Commodores were ahead going into the 7th inning but couldn’t hold the Saints when their batter reached base on an error and the next batter was able to bring him home with a hit. Calab Staller had 2 of the 3 hits for LCCC, with an RBI. Both teams had 3 hits and 3 errors.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130409_2uot.xml

4/7/13 - Baseball Team Goes Down in Two to Mercyhurst NE

LCCC lost a pair of games to a strong Mercyhurst North East team on Sunday. It was a beautiful day for baseball and the crowd enjoyed the games, particularly the second game nail biter.

Game One: Lorain CCC 5, Mercyhurst NE 15
Tyler Mazzei lead the Commodores with 3 hits which included a triple and a double. He also scored 2 runs. Three LCCC pitchers couldn’t hold the powerful hitters of Mercyhurst NE who had 14 hits.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130407_ddlx.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 8, Mercyhurst NE 10
LCCC lost a heartbreaker in the second game of this double header. The Commodores lead until the final inning. Six players combined for 8 hits for LCCC. Branden Burke again went 2 for 3, scored 1 run and had 1 RBI. Tyler Williams went 2 for 4 with a double, 2 RBIs and scored 1 run. Derrick Traxler pitched 5 strong innings before being replaced by Anthony Monchien.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130407_cyby.xml

4/5/13 - Baseball Team Captures Two Games from OSU Mansfield

The LCCC baseball team made it to the winning column with a pair of wins at the Pipeyard on Friday against Ohio State-Mansfield. Spring weather made an appearance with the temperature warming up.

Game One: Lorain CCC 9, OSU Mansfield 8
Branden Burke and Rob Perkins lead the team, both going 2 for 3. Burke’s hits included a double and a triple, with 2 runs scored. Perkins hits included a double and he scored 3 runs. Tom Strasko was the winning pitcher and now has a record of 1-2. Perkins recorded a save for the game.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130405_lf06.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 7, OSU Mansfield 0
Rob Perkins continued his strong hitting in game two, going 2 for 4, with a double and 5 RBIs. Aaron Ruminski was the winning pitcher, holding OSU Mansfield scoreless in 5 innings of pitching.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130405_3lg9.xml

4/4/13 - Baseball Team Travels to Westmoreland on Thursday

The LCCC baseball team traveled to Westmoreland County Community College in Youngwood, PA on April 4th to face the Wolfpack in a double header. Since the home opener on 3/15, the team has had three double headers cancelled due to poor field conditions.

Game One: Lorain CCC 2, Westmoreland CCC 9
Branden Burke went 2 for 3 with a double and scored a run in the first game of the day. Tom Strasko took the lost as pitcher with his second start of the season for the Commodores.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130404_o2v8.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 3, Westmoreland 4
Brandon Arnold went 2 for 3 and Derrick Traxler went 3 for 3 in a hard fought game. Anthony Monchien took the lost as the pitcher.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130404_vur3.xml

3/15/13 - Baseball Begins Season with double header

Lorain CCC began its 2013 baseball campaign on Friday, March 15 with a double header at home at the Pipeyard in Lorain. The games had initially been scheduled for Saturday but were moved to Friday after looking at the weather forecast. It proved to be a good decision, with temperatures in the 40’s and the sun peeking through at times (Saturday was filled with rain, sleet, and snow). The Commodores took on the St. Clair CCC Skippers from Port Huron,Michigan, a Division II team playing their 13th game of their season after returning from their spring trip down South. The Commodores held tough in their losses in both games, with some great plays and signs of good things to come the rest of the season.

Game One: Lorain CCC 2, St. Clair CCC 7
Branden Burke went 3-4 and drove in a run in the first game. Tom Strasko has an impressive outing as pitcher through 5 innings, allowing just 1 run. The sixth inning proved to be costly, with Strasko allowing 6 runs.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130315_qicn.xml

Game Two: Lorain CCC 2, St. Clair CCC 10
Caleb Staller had the only hit through 5 innings for LCCC in the second game. The pitcher for St. Clair is now 4-0 for their season.

Box Score:
http://stats.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2012-13/div3/boxscores/20130315_7som.xml

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