The Nittany cub. (Erie, Pa.) 1948-1971, May 27, 1971, Image 4

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Rugged Baseball Action
McKeesport provided rugged baseball action last Saturday af
ternoon by jumping out to a five to one lead. But Behrend .tied it at
five all before the inning was over and went on to win it eight to five.
Tennis Season Nears
Three Go To Campus
By Mike McGinley
Sports Editor
Behrend’s tennis team will
round out their season this
weekend when they travel to
University Park to compete in
the Commonwealth Campus
Tournament. Entering the
tournament for Behrend will be
the doubles team of Jim Lyons
and Dave Eastburn and in singles
Jay Baker and another player
from the squad not yet named.
Herbert Lauffer, tennis coach,
commented, “I feel we have a
very good nucleus returning.
Everyone will be back next year
with the exception of Bob
Mangels. Bob’s game has im
proved very much over the year.
He has won three out of his last
four matches and is 4-4 overall.”
The Cub’s record prior to the
match at Ashtabula-Kent State
May 18 was 3-5 on the season. The
squad posted at 1-1 record last
week, winning against Beaver
Community College 6-3 and
dropping the match to Lorain
Community College 2-7.
In the Beaver Community
College match in singles it was:
Jav Baker (B) vs. Mark Steward
(BCC) 6-2, 1-6, 6-8; Dave East
bum (B) vs. Tom Holoren (BCC)
6-0, 6-2; Jim Lyons (B) vs. Al
Fredericks (BCC) 6-1, 6-1; Rick
Caldwell (B) vs. Dick Fink
Corp Champs
Behrend’s annual Sports
Banquet will take place at 7:30
p.m. this Tuesday in the
cafeteria. A list of all varsity
athletes invited to attend will be
posted in Erie Hall this week. All
varsity athletes are asked to
pickup their tickets* as soon as
possible in the athletic office. The
guest speaker will be Bill Roll,
three time national wrestling
champion and head wrestling
coach at Pennsylvania State
Hard Corp Champs
Behrend Hard Corp has
emerged as champs of the
winners bracket in the in
tramural softball league: The
Hard Corp knocked off the
Faculty 5-4 last week to take first
place. The first place team must
now await the winner to emerge
from the losers bracket to decide
the overall championship.
(BCC) 6-3, 6-0; A 1 Lopus (B) vs. 6-2; Eastburn (B) vs. Mark
Don Stephens (BCC) 6-1, 1-6, 4-6; Scuilli (L) 1-G. 2-6; Lyons (B) vs.
Bob Mangels (B) vs. A 1 Bialik Bob Troutman (L) 2-6, 1-6;
(BCC) 4-6, 6-2, 7-5. In doubles; Caldwell (B) vs. Randy Cottrell
Baker and Caldwell (B) vs. (L) 1-6, 1-6; Lopus (B) vs. Bruch
Steward and Holoren (BCC) 6-2,/, Hecht (L) 3-6, 2-6; Mangels (B,
6- Lyons and Eastburn (B) vs. vs. Bill Carl (L) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. In
Fredericks and Fink (BCC) 6-2,6- doubles: Baker and Caldwell (B)
3; Lopus and Mangles (B) vs. vs. Davis and Scuilli (L) 5-7, 6-2,
Stephens and Bialik (BCC) 5-7, 5- 1-6; Lyons and Eastburn (B) vs.
7 - Troutman and Cottrell (L) 0-6, 2-
6; Lopus and Mangels (B) vs.
Hecht and Mike Wetzel (L) 4-6, 0-
In the Lorain match— Singles:
Baker (B) vs. Bill Davis (L) 7-5,
Cubs Grab Second
Ahlgrim Hits Big
By Joe Engerski
Sports Reporter
Behrend Campus, after sen
ding a full golf team to the Region
XIX National Junior Collegiate
Athletic Association golf tour
nament at the Maple Dale
Country Club in Delaware this
year placed second missing first
place by six team strokes.
Of the five team members who
went to regionals, Steve Ahlgrim
placed third with scores of 80, 78;
Jeff Mansfield tied for sixth with
scores of 82, 81; Jim Codrea
placed eleventh with scores of 83,
Rick Kern, who also par
ticipated, had scores of 85,89 and
Ray Pagliani came in with scores
of 95,90.
Steve Ahlgrim who placed third
in the Regional tournament won a
chance to go to the national
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Editor-in-chief .
Managing Editor .
Business Manager
makeup editor, Paul Tabolt; copy editor, Steve Green; photo editor, Jim
Rose; sports editor, Mike McGinley; assistant sports editor, Dave Ruef;
reporters, Tony Alo, Carolyn Beck, Joesph Engerski, Debbi Guilford, Cliff
Hahn, Jim Lyons, Al Quinlan, Carol Turkingtcn, Patsy Wheatley; staff,
Sam Bernick, Mike Cox, Dave Eastburn, Maureen Gattuso, Paula Grace,
Dave Kempa, Sam Kroungold, Rick Martino, Debby McCall, Eric Miller,
Ken Mushrush, Nancy Savage, Barb Slingland, Chris Watkins, Pam
Worton; Faculty Advisor, David Daniel.
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The Nittany Cub
Cubs Tie
By Tony Alo
Sports Reporter
The Behrend Campus baseball
team tied the school record for
most victories in a season by
compiling a 3-1 record in last
week’s action. The Cub’s 11 wins
ties the record set last year when
Behrend posted an 11-16 season
The Cubs swept both ends of a
twinbill from Beaver Campus by
9-1 and 8-3 scores last Thursday.
Mark Lytle continued his
strong hurling as he went five
innings to match his fourth win in
the first game. He yielded 3 hits
and no earned runs while striking
out five! The Cubs struck early as
they scored six runs in the first
inning on triples by Jim
Grieshaber and Jim Bowser and
a double by Tom Harvey.
tournament to be held June 8-11
at the Flint Warwick Hills
Country Club and the Flint Golf
Club in Flint, Michigan.
Behrend’s golf team beat
Lakewood Junior College and the
Shenango Campus of Penn State
in Friday’s tri-match.
Behrend’s fourteen points over
Lakewood’s 10 and 15 (6 points
over Shenango’s 8% came from
the scoring of Steve Ahlgrim with
an 80 and (6 total points, Ray
Pagliani with a 78 and 4(6 total
points, Rick Kern with an 82 and
3% total points, Joe Engerski
with an 80 and 8 total points, Dale
DeMarco with an 86 and 5 total
points and John Satyshur with an
81 and 8 total points.
Behrend avenged Lakewood
who had beaten them last week.
Behrend’s golf team’s record now
stands at seven wins and one loss.
Member of
.... Ray Geiger
. Doug Leich liter
. Mike Chiricuzio
Grieshaber, Ruef, and Harvey
each had two hits a piece in the
nine-hit Behrend barrage.
Don Raydo took the second
game scattering six hits and two
runs as Behrend won 8-3. Tom
Wright, the Cub’s star hurler,
went three for four with 2 RBl’s
while playing in the outfield. Jim
Grieshaber rapped 2 hits and
knocked in a pair of runs.
Behrend took on visiting
McKeesport Campus and split a
doubleheader dropping the first
game 8-5, but bouncing back to
take the nightcap 4-3 Saturday,
The loss was the third of the
season for the Cubs and it
snapped a six-game winning
The visitors jumped on
Behrend starter Tom Wright for
five quick runs in the third inning
to take a 5-1 lead. Paul Neff had a
3-hitter going for McKeesport
until he ran into control problems
in the sixth when he walked three
consecutive batters to load the
bases. Behrend’s first baseman
Dave Ruef stroked a single to
right, knocking in two runs. Jim
Bowser and Tom Harvey
followed with run-scoring singles
to tie the game at 5-all before the
inning was over.
Behrend was denied the victory
as McKeesport scored three
times in their half of the seventh
on one hit. Errors were the Cubs
downfall as they make some bad
Statisics after first 14 games and batting
Wright (4-2)
Lytle (5-1)
Raydo (1-0)
Schroeder (1-0)
Kushinikov (0-0)
Wiebel (o-o)
Mr. Onorato ‘lays’ a sacrifice bunt down the third base line for
. .Ready to slam out a hit for the faculty is Mr. Goetz as Clay Me
Cabe looks on from the sidelines.
plays in the decisive seventh.
Behrend still had life in their half
of the final'inning when they had
runners at first and third with one
out but couldn’t bring them
Kosentes went three for four
with two RBl’s,for the winners
while winning pitcher Neff had
two hits to lead McKeesport to
their 8-5 victory. Don Raydo and
Jim Grieshober each went two
for two for Behrend. Tom Wright
raked for nine hits and six runs,
taking the loss and dropping his
record to 4-2.
Bad defense almost lost it
again for Behrend in the second
game as McKeesport scored
three unearned rims. Mark Lytle
turned in an outstanding per
formance on the mount for the
Cubs as he flipped a three-hitter,
fanning thirteen and walking two.
It was Terry Kestle’s two-out
run-scoring single in the bottom
of the seventh that snapped a 3-3
tie and gave Behrend the 4-3
victory. Don Raydo had two
safeties in three trips to the plate.
Lytle was the winner, running
his season ledger to 5-1 while
Karper took the loss for
Behrend wraps up their 1971
baseball season against
Ashtabula-Kent this Tuesday.
They face Dubois Campus
Saturday in a 1 p.m. twinbill on
our home field.
46 14 11 3 .239
52 13 11 3 .212
47 13 21 10 .447
41 13 15 14 .366
46 12 19 13 .413
41 11 12 11 .293
34 6 8 6 .235
25 5 5 4 .200
20 3 7 7 .350
4 0 0 0 .000
2 1 1 0 .500
7 1 2 0 .286
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22 4 8 4 .364
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12 30 9 9 6 1.14
21 39 48 22 9 1.97
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11-3 6 5 1 1 5 34.61
102 46 90 103 39 24 2.12
May 27,1971