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2011 Hope College Baseball Results
2011 Season Results
Overall Record: 26-14
SPRING BREAK (7-2)
REGULAR SEASON (19-12)
All-MIAA Honors Afforded to Eight Hope Players (5/11/11)
First team honorees include sophomore second baseman Ty Peterson (Wheaton, ll./Warrenville South HS); junior shortstop Chris Mattson (Muskegon/Mona Shores HS); senior outfielder Drew Carmody (Grandville/Grandville HS); and junior pitcher Adam Clements (Saline/Saline HS). All are being honored for the first time.
Named to the second team are junior catcher Jon Ponte (Novi/Dearborn Divine Child HS); senior first baseman Colton Bodrie (Fremont/Fremont HS); sophomore outfielder T.J. Klein (Circle Pines, Minn./Centennial HS); and junior pitcher Danny Detmar of Chesteron, Ind./Chesterton HS).
MIAA Honors Two Hope Players for Season Ending Performances
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Nationally Ranked Bulldogs
The Flying Dutchmen got back-to-back complete game pitching performances from Adam Clements (7-3) and Derek Fairchild (4-1). Hope pitchers went the distance 19 times this season. Clements, who lost to Adrian 3-1 earlier, pitched a four-hitter, striking out seven and walking none. Fairchild followed with a five-hit performance striking out five and walking two.
In the opener Hope scored three runs in the first inning and made them stand. Leadoff batter T.J. Klein had three of Hope's seven hits. In the nightcap the Flying Dutch trailed 2-0 after the first inning, but scored their four over the next three innings while holding the Bulldogs scoreless. Steve Lewis hit his third homerun of the season while Drew Carmody and Chris Mattson each had a pair of singles.
Split Keeps Hope in Second Place in MIAA (5/6/11)
The Flying Dutchmen had their chances in the doubleheader stranding 20 baserunners over the course of 14 innings. Adam Clements (6-3) pitched seven strong innings in the opener. The Flying Dutchmen responded in the nightcap to support the two-hit pitching performance of Derek Fairchild (3-1).
Flying Dutchmen Complete Series Sweep of Hornets (4/30/11)
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Hornets Behind Pitching (4/29/11)
In the opener, Adam Clements (6-2) pitched his seventh complete game of the season in throwing a two-hitter. He struck out seven and walked three. Leading Hope's attack were Colton Bodrie and Ty Peterson with two hits apiece.
In the nightcap, Danny Detmar (4-3) pitched his second shutout of the season. He scattered six hits with seven strikeouts and just one walk. Chris Mattson batted 3-for-4 with four RBIs while Jon Ponte and Colton Bodrie each had two hits.
Flying Dutchmen Post Shutout Victory (4/25/11)
Sophomores Alex Luke and Cory Scmidt combined for the shutout. Starter Luke (2-2) gained the win with seven innings of six-hit pitching while Schmidt threw the final two holding Davenport hitless. Only one of Hope's five runs was earned as Davenport committed three errors. Jon Ponte and Steve Esbin each collected a pair of hits.
Adrian Sweeps Dutchmen to Widen MIAA Lead
In the opener the Flying Dutchmen were limited to six singles. Leadoff hitter T.J. Klein had a pair of hits. Adam Clements went the distance in taking the loss (5-2). In the nightcap each team scored twice in the first inning, but Adrian followed with 10 unanswered runs over the next six innings before Hope scored a pair in the seventh. Hope had 11 hits led by Klein and Drew Carmody with two apiece. Danny Detmar (3-3) suffered the loss.
Flying Dutchmen Split Conference Twinbill (4/20/11)
In the nightcap Trine relied on two big innings, scoring five times in the second and three in the seventh, to salvage the series. Hope starter Phil Haywood (2-2) suffered the loss allowing 11 hits while striking out two and walking none over six innings. Leadoff hitter T.J. Klein had a pair of hits and Colton Bodrie hit his third homerun of the season.
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Trine By Identical Scores (4/14/11)
In the opener Adam Clements (5-1) went the distance for the fifth time in six starts, allowing five hits while striking out six and walking three. Hope's 10-hit attack included four doubles. Collecting two hits apiece were Jon Ponte, Danny Detmar, and Colton Bodrie.
In the nightcap Danny Detmar (3-2) also threw a five-hitter in going the distance with three strikeouts and two walks. Hope's nine hits were all singles led by Josh Kranz and Ty Peterson who each had a pair.
Flying Dutchmen Lose Non-League Doubleheader (4/12/11)
In the opener the Flying Dutchmen were held to a pair of singles and just three baserunners. Starter Alex Luke (1-2) suffered the loss. In the nightcap the Flying Dutchmen scored three times in the first inning, but four pitchers were unable to hold the lead. Starter Eric Sherman (0-1) took the loss. Jordan Herman, in his first collegiate start, batted 3-for-4 with 2 RBIS while Danny Detmar and Curtis Drozd each had a pair of hits.
Flying Dutchmen Split Twinbill at Alma (4/9/11)
Danny Detmar's pinch hit single with two outs in the top of the eighth brought home Ty Peterson who led off the inning with a single. Jordan Carrigan, the third Hope pitcher in the game, got the win. Peterson led Hope's 11-hit attack with three singles. Colton Bodrie hit his second homerun of the season.
The Flying Dutchmen were limited to five hits in the nightcap and had only one baserunner get beyond second. Phil Haywood suffered his first collegiate pitching loss going the distance.
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Alma Scots (4/8/11)
In the opener, Ty Peterson's walkoff single with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning gave Hope its first home victory after four defeats. Adam Clements went the distance to record his fourth victory of the spring. He allowed six hits while striking out three and walking one. Colton Bodrie and Eric Dawson each had a pair of singles.
In the nightcap Hope scored at least one run in every inning behind a 14-hit attack. Starter Danny Detmar got the pitching victory with relief support from Cory Schmidt and Jordan Carrigan. Leading hitter T.J. Klein batted 4-for-5 with three RBIs while Jon Ponte, Eric Dawson and Josh Kranz each had a pair of hits.
Flying Dutchmen Gain Split With Rival Calvin (4/2/11)
After being held to just three hits the entire first game, three Hope players answered with three hits apiece in the nightcap . Colton Bodire's three include a pair of doubles and three RBIs. Drew Carmody's three included a triple and two RBIs and Ty Peterson's three resulted in him scoring three runs and collecting two RBIs. Starter Phil Haywood (2-0) got the win with relief support from Cory Schmidt and Jordan Carrigan.
Flying Dutchmen Swept at Home by Rival Calvin (3/31/11)
In the opener the Flying Dutchmen had the lead twice, 3-0 after three innings and 6-3 after four, but were outscored by the Knights 9-0 over the last three. Starter Derek Fairchild, the first of four Hope pitchers, suffered the loss. Collecting two hits apiece were Colton Bodrie, Eric Dawson and Josh Kranz.
In the nightcap each team had just four hits. Calvin scored twice in the third inning on two of their's while Hope got its only run in the fifth. Eric Dawson had a pair of singles.
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Comets to Tie MIAA Series (3/28/11)
In the opener junior Adam Clements remained unbeaten(3-0) on the young season going the distance. He scattered six hits while stranding six baserunners, struck out six and walked none. Hope was held to a pair of singles, but made them count. Eric Dawson's second inning single brought home the first run and Chris Mattson's RBI single in the fifth prove to be the game-winner.
In the nightcap freshman Phil Haywood pitched his first collegiate victory scattering seven singles while striking out five and walking three. Hope took advantage of four Olivet errors in scoring four unearned runs. Hope's six hits were all singles marking the fourth straight game that the Dutchmen went without an extra base hit. Colton Bodrie had a pair of singles for the Dutchmen.
Bats Silenced in Losses to Olivet (3/26/11)
Flying Dutchmen End Florida Games With Win (3/24/11)
Sophomore Cory Schmidt hurled his second victory of the week allowing just one earned run over five innings. Pitching single innings in relief were freshman Kyle Coggins and sophomore Jordan Carrigan.
Hope's 16-hit attack was led by junior Jon Ponte and sophomore Danny Detmar who each had three hits. Steve Lewis hit a homerun.
Flying Dutchmen Gain Shutout Victory in Florida (3/23/11)
Junior Adam Clements (2-0) pitched the complete nine-inning shutout scattering eight hits while striking out six and walking none.
The Flying Dutchmen scored five runs in the first inning by reeling off six singles. Hope ended with 12 hits, all singles. Freshman outfielder Josh Kranz batted 3-for-4 while collecting two hits apiece were Jon Ponte, Steve Lewis, Eric Dawson and Colton Bodrie.
Flying Dutchmen Suffer First Defeats of Season (3/22/11)
Flying Dutchmen Win Two One-Run Games to Remain Unbeaten (3/21/11)
Hope 6, Loras 5: The Flying Dutchmen scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to gain the victory. Junior Jon Ponte hit a solo homerun with one out in the ninth. Colton Bodrie followed with a single and Chris Mattson's double put both runners in scoring position. With the bases loaded, freshman Eric Dawson hit a single to bring home the winning runs. Sophomore reliever Cory Schmidt gained the victory. Mattson batted 3-for-5 while Dawson and T.J. Klein each had two hits.
Hope 6, Union 5: In a game between teams nicknamed Dutchmen, the Hope squad prevailed by scoring a single run in six of the nine innings. Hope was out-hit 15-5 in the game, but took advantage of four Union errors, seven walks, two balks and a hit-batter. Sophomore starter Alex Luke gained the victory and sophomore reliever Jordan Carrigan gained his third save of the young season. Hope's five hits were all singles and no batter had more than one RBI.
Flying Dutchmen Sweep Doubleheader in Florida (3/19/11)
A ten-run third inning highlighted Hope's 22-hit first game rout. In the nightcap Hope had all of its offense with a two-run third inning. Jon Ponte's singles drove home the two runs. Ponte was credited with 10 RBIs in the doubleheader, batting 5-for-8 with three doubles while sophomore T.J. Klein batted 5-for-9 in the games.
Junior Adam Clements gained the opening game pitching victory allowing four runs over six innings. Sophomore Jordan Carrigan saved his second game in as many days, this time for starter Danny Detmar who scattered four hits over six innings.
Flying Dutchmen Open Season With Victory (3/18/11)
Solid pitching keyed the season opener with senior starter Derek Fairchild (8-5 career) gaining the victory. He allowed one run on four hits over six innings. Freshman middle reliever Phil Haywood went two innings and sophomore closer Jordan Carrigan gained his eighth career save.
The decisive runs came in the seventh inning when Hope went from a 3-1 lead to a 5-1 advantage. T.J. Klein and Drew Carmody were credited with a double-steal with one out. They scored on a throwing error off Jon Ponte's high-hopper. Klein batted three-for-four with a triple while Ty Peterson had a pair of singles.