Posts Tagged: Baseball

Trio of Alaskans to participate in national baseball tournaments

May 12, 2015

This week is the start of the college baseball playoffs and we have three Alaskans taking part in national tournaments at NCAA D3 and NAIA. Anchorage’s Tyler Thompson and Garrett Brown helped Pacific Lutheran University of Washington earn its first postseason berth since 2007. Meanwhile, Aaron Miller of Anchorage has Mayville State University of North… Read more »

Undefeated Way continues to be lucky charm for Edmonds

May 4, 2015

Sitka’s Brian Way was 4-0 as a reliever and now he’s undefeated after two starts. And Edmonds Community College is 12-0 when he pitches. There’s no doubt the 6-foot-7, 270-pound freshman has been a lucky charm, but there’s nothing lucky about what he’s done on the mound. The right hander is 6-0 with a pair… Read more »

Manzer goes big fly for third time this season for Sonoma

May 2, 2015

Anchorage’s Adam Manzer hit his third home run of the season and set a career-high with 3 RBIs for Sonoma State University in California. He collected all his RBIs on one swing, a three-run shot in the third inning against Cal State Monterey Bay in NCAA D2 action. The junior outfielder finished 2-for-4 to raise… Read more »

Miller has career highs in power numbers across the board

May 1, 2015

Anchorage’s Aaron Miller was good in high school, but he’s become an even better player in college. The junior left fielder has put it all together for Mayville State University in North Dakota, where he has a .353 batting average in 119 career games with the NAIA school. “In high school I was a good… Read more »

Bynum ties college career-high with 4 RBIs

Scooter Bynum of Fairbanks hit his second career home run and finished with two hits and tied his career high with 4 RBIs as Arizona Western College beat South Mountain College 9-4. The freshman outfielder lifted his batting average to .302 in 52 games. He played eight games as high school senior. Bynum, of Monroe… Read more »

Another outing, another money performance from Karnos

April 24, 2015

Western Nevada College again turned to Max Karnos of Anchorage out of the bullpen and again he delivered shutout relief. The sophomore right-handed tossed four goose eggs and earned the winning decision as WNC beat College of Eastern Utah 3-0 in Nevada. Karnos has been straight money this year. The 6-foot-4 Alaskan improved to 5-4… Read more »

Karnos throws 5 scoreless innings, lowers ERA to 1.91

April 19, 2015

A new wrinkle got Western Nevada College pitcher Max Karnos of Anchorage back in the win column. Used as a reliever for the first time this season, the right-hander pitched five scoreless innings to earn his first winning decision in almost a month as the Wildcats beat Colorado Northwestern 6-1. “Max did a nice job… Read more »

Give me 5! Thompson has 5 hits, 5 RBIs for Pacific Lutheran

April 18, 2015

Anchorage’s Tyler Thompson of Pacific Lutheran University had the game of his life in what has been the best season of his college baseball career. The junior third baseman went 5-for-6 with 5 RBIs and 3 runs scores during a 22-2 victory over Lewis & Clark in the second game of today’s NCAA D3 doubleheader… Read more »

Miller extends 13-game hit streak, batting .515 in April

April 13, 2015

After a slow start, Aaron Miller of Anchorage has heated up for Mayville State in North Dakota. The junior outfielder has a 13-game hitting streak going while bumping his batting average to .339 in 36 games for the NAIA school. He’s hitting .515 [17-for-33] in April. Miller, of Service High fame, hit his first home… Read more »

Thompson slugs fourth home run of the season for PLU

April 12, 2015

The renaissance continues for Pacific Lutheran University baseball player Tyler Thompson of Anchorage. The junior third baseman pushed his batting average to .319 after 29 games, a big improvement on the .211 he hit in 38 games last season. That makes him a strong candidate to win comeback player of the year in the Northwest… Read more »