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Monday, June 30, 2014

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Friday, June 27, 2014

BOWIE STATE EARLY BIRD SEASON FOOTBALL PACKAGES ON SALE NOW





BOWIE, Md. – Bowie State University athletics has announced that season tickets for the 2014 BSU Bulldogs football season are now available to the general public through the BSU Ticket Office. All tickets, including an Early Bird Season Ticket Special for the upcoming season of Bulldogs football can be purchased via the BSU online ticket office at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/744607.

Bowie State will host four home games this season in Bulldogs Stadium. The home opener will be on Saturday, September 6th against Saint Anselm College with a 1 pm kickoff time.

Next on the schedule for Bowie State will be a short trip to Baltimore to face the Bears of Morgan State University. Game time is slated for at1:00 p.m. at Hughes Stadium.

BSU will make their first-ever trip to Athens, W.Va. for their third game of the season against Concord University on Saturday, September 20th at 12 pm in Callaghan Stadium. This will conclude the non-conference portion of their schedule.

The Bulldogs will hit the road again in week four, heading south for their first conference game on Saturday, September 27th, facing the Blue Bears of Livingstone College in Alumni Stadium. Kickoff time has been set for 1 pm.

The first game in the month of October features a home game against Johnson C. Smith University. This cross-divisional matchup is scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 4th with a kickoff time of 4 pm.

Bowie State divisional play will begin against the Hawks of Chowan University on Saturday, October 11th at Garrison Stadium in Murfreesboro, N.C. at 3 p.m. Next in the division, the Bulldogs will host Virginia State University (October 18th) for Homecoming 2014. Kickoff is set for 4 pm.

The Bulldogs pack their bags for weeks eight and nine making stops at Virginia Union University (October 25th at 1 pm) and The Lincoln University (November 1st at 1 pm).

The regular season will conclude Saturday, November 8th as Bowie State hosts the Vikings of Elizabeth City State University on Senior Day at 1 pm.

Early Bird Season ticket packages range from $25 for BSU Faculty and Staff to $95 for the General Public Season Tickets plus Tailgate package. Early Bird ticket prices are subject to change after August 15th.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

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Big Train Top Dodgers

 

On a sunny Tuesday night, the Bethesda Big Train hosted the Baltimore Dodgers.  The Big Train set out to keep their eight game winning streak alive and did so in a close 3-1 ball game.  Bo Logan (Florida Atlantic) started his first game of the season for the Big Train, pitching five innings of one run ball, giving up only three hits and one walk on his way to victory.

Luis Collazo (Virginia Tech) pitched one inning in relief and struck out two batters.  Devon Loomis (San Francisco) was next out of the bullpen and pitched two innings of no hit ball.  Out to close the game was Andy Frakes (San Francisco) who threw a perfect 9th inning, striking out one batter.

In the 1st inning, Stephen Alemais (Tulane) singled and stole his league leading 15th base of the season.  After advancing to third, Brandon Lowe (Maryland) knocked home Alemais on a ball that went right between the Dodgers first and second basemen to give the Big Train a 1-0 lead through one.

The Dodgers scored in the top of the 2nd to tie the game 1-1.  In the 4th, the Big Train were able to break the deadlock when Cody Manzella (High Point) scored from third base after Stephen Alemais singled for the third time on the night, giving the Big Train a 2-1 lead.

After a leadoff double off the center field wall by Chris Lewis (Sacramento State) in the 5th inning, Ryne Willard (N.C. State) bunted for a base hit advancing Lewis to third.  Lewis scored with Cody Brown (Mississippi State) batting, on a balk by the Dodgers pitcher to put the Big Train up 3-1.

Notes: Stephen Alemais had three singles, and two stolen bases....Cody Manzella had three singles....Ryne Willard reached base three times with two hits.

2014 CRCBL Standings 
 
TEAM
W
L
%
GB
BIG TRAIN 
15
1
.938
 -
Baltimore Redbirds 
10
6
.625
5
Rockville Express 
10
6
.625
5
Gaithersburg Giants
8
7
.533
6.5
Alexandria Aces
9
8
.529
6.5
Herndon Braves
6
7
.462
7.5
DC Grays
7
10
.412
8.5
SS-Takoma T-Bolts
6
9
.400
8.5
Vienna River Dogs 
5
8
.385
8.5
Youse's Orioles
6
10
.375
9
Baltimore Dodgers
3
13
.188
12

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Big Train Blow Out Grays; BT Players In Pro Ball

Big Train Blow Out Grays
 

Jake Valdez (St. Mary's College (CA)) got the start for the Bethesda Big Train as they traveled to Washington D.C. to visit the Grays on Monday night. Valdez gave up three hits and one run while striking out five batters in six innings of work en route to the 15-1 hammering of the Grays.

The bullpen was out in full force again on the night.  Jacob Billingsley (Mississippi State) pitched two innings of scoreless ball and Eric Martin (Tennessee) pitched a perfect 9th inning, striking out the side.  As a team, the pitching staff only gave up five hits all game.

Down 1-0 going into the 2nd inning, the Big Train bats came alive.  Ryne Willard (N.C. State) singled and later scored on a fielders choice hit by Tony DiLeo (Eastern Michigan).  Andrew Brown (San Diego State) then singled home Cody Manzella (High Point), who reached base after getting hit by a pitch, to give the Big Train a 2-1 lead.

The Big Train never looked back as the scoring continued in the 4th inning.  After consecutive singles by Cody Manzella and Kevin Tatum (Cornell), Andrew Brown recorded his second hit and second RBI of the night, scoring Manzella on a single to right field.  Tatum crossed the plate later in the inning off a sacrifice fly hit by Logan Farrar (Virginia Commonwealth).

The Big Train was able to push across runs in each of the next four innings.  After Chris Lewis (Sacramento State) walked in the 5th inning, Ryne Willard hit his second home run in three games, to put the score at 6-1.

In the 6th inning, Tony DiLeo and Andrew Brown walked, and Cody Brown (Mississippi State) was hit by a pitch, which gave Brandon Lowe (Maryland) his first good opportunity of the season to create havoc for the Big Train offense.  Lowe singled home two runs and later scored on a two RBI double hit by Ryne Willard, which also scored Cody Brown.  Willard started the season slow, but his hitting has really turned a corner, recording four RBI on the night on four hits.

With the Big Train already up 10-1, the onslaught continued in the 7th, with the Big Train pushing across four more runs.  With the bases loaded,Logan Farrar grounded into a fielders choice scoring Sean Labsan (Florida Atlantic) who came in as a pinch hitter and then defensive substitution.  Then, Brandon Lowe came up to bat and had his second impact hit of the night, hitting a three run dinger, giving him five RBI on the night.  Even though Lowe only recently reported, he has come up big in the little time he has played, proving why he was a key factor in the University of Maryland's surprise success this past season.

In the 8th inning, Ryne Willard recorded his third extra base hit of the night and then scored on a Sean Labsan double to complete the scoring for either team.

After giving up a 1-0 lead after the first inning, the Big Train pitching staff kept the Grays hitters in check for the rest of the game.  With a pitching staff that does not like to give up many runs, and an offense that is putting up double digit hits consistently, the Big Train has become a force in the league and look to continue their torrid start.

Notes: Seven Big Train players had hits.... Five players had multiple hit nights....Brandon Lowe went 3-5 with five RBI....Ryne Willard went 4-5 with four RBI.
BT Players in Pro Ball 

Chevy Chase native, BCC Baseball alumni and former Big Train star, Matt Bowman (BT '10-'12) -- pictured above -- has been quietly making a name for himself in the New York Mets organization.  

After being drafted in the 13th round of the 2012 MLB Amateur Draft from Princeton University, Bowman spent the 2013 season pitching for Single-A St. Lucie and Single-A Savannah, where he started 21 games and finished the year with a combined 10-4 record, with 116 strikeouts in 127.0 innings-pitched, and recording a 3.05 earned-run average.  

His success in the 2013 season has led to a recent promotion to Double-A Binghamton of the Eastern League.  With 13 starts under his belt, Bowman has recorded 68 strikeouts in 72.2 innings-pitched with a solid 3.72 earned-run average.  

In a recent game against the Bowie Baysox, Bowman returned to his home state to pitch 7 strong innings in which he only gave up 2 earned-runs but recorded the loss due to a lack of run support. 

With an array of pitches in his arsenal and improved confidence from his success during the 2013 season and current season, Bowman is on track to become a very vital pitching prospect in the New York Mets farm system for many years to come. 

Here is an update on former Big Train players in the pros:

Martin Agosta, RHP (BT 2011) San Jose Giants (California Lg. - Hi A) 1-2, 10.55 ERA in 7 games; on disabled list.
Cody Allen, RHP (BT 2008 & 2010) Cleveland Indians (American League - MLB) 3-2, 7 saves, 2.78 ERA in 36 games.
Adam Barry, OF/1B/RHP (BT 2011-12) Fort Worth Cats (United League - IND) .196, 11 hits, 1 HR, 5 RBI in 18 games; started year with Trinidad Triggers (Pecos Lg. - IND) .250, 11 hits, 2 HR, 13 RBI in 12 games; 1-0, 2.25 ERA in 3 games.
Matt Bowman, RHP (BT 2010-11-12) Binghamton Mets (Eastern Lg. - AA) 5 -5, 3.72 ERA in 13 games.
Collin Cargill, RHP (BT 2007) With Jacksonville Suns (Southern Lg. - AA) for third time this year 0-1, 3.71 ERA in 14 games; has been promoted to New Orleans Zephyrs (PCL - AAA) twice this year 0-1, 8.10 ERA in 6 games.
Mike Costanzo, 3B (BT 2003) Louisville Bats (International Lg. - AAA) .194, 25 hits, 4 HR, 15 RBI in 43 games; on disabled list.
Ryan Doran, RHP (BT 2012) Hillsboro Hops (Northwest Lg. - ss-A) 1-0, 1.54 ERA in 2 games.
Brian Dozier, 2B (BT 2006) Minnesota Twins (American Lg. - MLB) .243, 67 hits, 15 HR, 36 RBI in 72 games. Leads his team in runs scored (57), stolen bases (15), total bases (124), and HR. Brian leads all major league second basemen in runs scored and HR, and is tied for first in Wins Above Replacement value; he is fifth in OPS.
Chris Duffy, 1B (BT 2007) Sioux Falls Canaries (American Assn - IND) .261, 30 hits, 5 HR, 16 RBI in 34 games.
Nate Fury, RHP (BT 2010) Lakeland Flying Tigers (Florida State Lg. - Hi A) 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 game.
Ryan Garton, RHP (BT 2011) Charlotte Stone Crabs (Florida State Lg. - Hi A) 4-0, 3 saves, 3.03 ERA in 21 games.
Ben Griset, LHP (BT 2012) Bowling Green Hot Rods (Midwest Lg. - Lo A) 0-3, 4.19 ERA in 4 games as a starter; after beginning season with Charlotte Stone Crabs (Florida State Lg. - Hi A) as a reliever 1-1, 0.71 ERA in 5 games.
Justin Hepner, RHP (BT 2013) GCL Marlins (Gulf Coast Lg. - Rookie) 0-0, 18.00 ERA in 1 game.
T. J. Hose, RHP (BT 2004) Camden Riversharks (Atlantic Lg. - IND) 2-4, no saves, 2.10 ERA in 20 games.
Alex Hudak, OF (BT 2011) Camden Riversharks (Atlantic Lg. - IND) .306, 57 hits, 5 HR, 30 RBI, in 52 games. Leads his team in HR and RBI.
Brenden Kalfus, OF (BT 2011) Vancouver Canadians (Northwest Lg. - ss-A) .200, 3 hits, 2 RBI in 6 games.
Matt Long, OF (BT 2006) Salt Lake City Bees (PCL - AAA) .256, 51 hits, 4 HR, 26 RBI in 53 games. After suffering an injury, Matt had rehab assignments with AZL Angels (Arizona Lg. - Rookie) .333, 1 hit in 1 game and with Orem Owlz (Pioneer Lg. - Rookie) .667, 2 hits in 1 game.
Joe Mantiply, LHP (BT 2010) West Michigan White Caps (Midwest Lg. - Lo A) 5-2, 5 saves, 1.90 ERA in 24 games. Named to the League All-Star Game.
Michael McKenry, C (BT 2004) Second time this season with Colorado Rockies (NL - MLB) .298, 14 hits, 4 RBI in 16 games; has twice been with Colorado Springs SkySox (Pacific Coast Lg - AAA) .313, 26 hits, 3 HR, 12 RBI in 23 games.
Brennan Middleton, SS (BT 2010-12) Hagerstown Suns (So. Atlantic Lg. - Lo A) .309, 29 hits, 10 RBI in 29 games.
Ethan Miller, RHP (BT 2012) Salem-Keiser Volcanoes (Northwest Lg. - ss-A) 0-0. 7.56 ERA in 2 games.
Mitch Morales, SS (BT 2012) Signed minor league contract with San Diego Padres on June 13. Assigned to the AZL Padres (Arizona Lg. - Rookie) reserved list.
Mason Morioka, C (BT 2009-11) Rockford Aviators (Frontier Lg. - IND) .154, 8 hits, 4 RBI in 17 games.
Daryl Norris, RHP (BT 2011) Connecticut Tigers (NY-Penn Lg. - ss-A) 0-0, 4.76 ERA in 3 games; started season with temporary promotion to Lakeland Flying Tigers (Florida State Lg. - Hi A) 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 game.
Cole Norton, OF (BT 2012) On June 16 (pre-season), Cole was re-assigned from the roster of the Grand Junction Rockies to the Colorado Rockies extended spring training camp.
Jimmy Reed, LHP (BT 2010) Peoria Chiefs (Midwest Lg. - Lo A) 3-3, 3.88 ERA in 13 games.
Hunter Renfroe, OF (BT 2011-12) San Antonio Missions (Texas Lg. - AA) .111, 2 hits, 1 HR, 1 RBI in 5 games; after starting season with All-Star performance at Lake Elsinore Storm (California Lg. - Hi A) .295, 82 hits, 16 HR, 52 RBI, .935 OPS in 69 games.
David Wayne Russo, LHP (BT 2010-12) Rockford Aviators (Frontier Lg. - IND) 2-1, 5.26 ERA in 13 games.
Kelly Secrest, LHP (BT 2011-12) Brooklyn Cyclones (NY-Penn Lg. - ss-A) 0-0, 27.00 ERA in 1 game.
Danny Stienstra, 1B (BT 2008-09-10) Palm Beach Cardinals (Florida State Lg. - Hi A) no record, on disabled list since season started.
Nick Vickerson, 1B/2B/3B (BT 2010) Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Carolina Lg. - Hi A) .250, 3 hits, 1 HR, 4 RBI in 4 games; after starting season with Hickory Crawdads (South Atlantic Lg. - Lo A) .299, 50 hits, 4 HR, 25 RBI in 51 games.
Matt Wickswat, LHP (BT 2006) Sioux Falls Canaries (American Assn - IND) - 1-1, 3.23 ERA in 9 games.
Justin Wright, LHP (BT 2008) Second time this season with Memphis Redbirds (PCL - AAA) 2-0, 10.38 ERA in 6 games; started year with Springfield Cardinals (Texas Lg.- AA) and has been with them twice, having a sensational record of 2-0, 4 saves, and 1.04 ERA in 21 games; 

2014 CRCBL Standings 
 
TEAM
W
L
%
GB
BIG TRAIN 
14
1
.929
 -
Baltimore Redbirds 
10
6
.625
4.5
Rockville Express 
9
6
.600
5
Alexandria Aces
9
7
.563
5.5
Gaithersburg Giants
8
7
.533
6
SS-Takoma T-Bolts
6
8
.429
7.5
Herndon Braves
5
7
.417
7.5
DC Grays
7
10
.412
8
Vienna River Dogs 
5
8
.385
8
Youse's Orioles
6
10
.375
8.5
Baltimore Dodgers
3
12
.200
11

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Donna Polk Appointed Interim Athletic Director Effective July 12

Bowie State University President Dr. Mickey L. Burnim is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Donna Polk, associate athletics director and senior woman administrator, as the interim director of intercollegiate athletics following the departure of AD Anton Goff. She will assume that role effective July 12.

Ms. Polk is well qualified to lead the Athletics Department until a permanent director is named, having demonstrated effective leadership and a commitment to the university’s intercollegiate athletics programs.

She has served as associate athletics director and senior woman administrator since 2011, assisting with the department’s day-to-day business operations. In that role, she has provided oversight for compliance, student services, sports medicine, sports information, women’s volleyball, softball and the men’s and women’s track and field programs.
Before taking over as full-time associate athletics director, Ms. Polk served as head women’s basketball coach and associate athletics director from 2008-2011. As head coach, she compiled a 55-29 record and led the Lady Bulldogs to Central Intercollegiate Athletics Conference (CIAA) finals appearances in 2009 and 2010. She joined Bowie State University in 2005 as associate athletics director for operations.

Ms. Polk currently serves as chair of the CIAA’s Senior Woman Administrators Association. She is also a member of the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Committee, Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, National Association of Athletics Compliance, and Minority Opportunities Athletic Association. 

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in counseling psychology from Columbia Union College and a Master of Arts degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

D.C. Divas advance

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D.C. Divas Advance to Conference Semifinals with 69-8 Victory
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Falls Church, VA – The D.C. Divas invaded Northern Virginia and celebrated their record-setting 11th playoff berth with one of the most commanding victories in franchise history.

The Divas exploded for ten touchdowns and opened their 2014 playoff journey with a 69-8 victory over the visiting Columbus Comets. It was the Divas’ most lopsided win since defeating the Northeastern Nitro in 2011 by a 77-0 score.

The D.C. Divas (5-3) seized control of the game early. Ashley Whisonant reeled in a 28-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Allyson Hamlin to give the Divas a 6-0 advantage less than two minutes into the game.

The Columbus Comets (5-5) drove deep into D.C. territory on their first offensive possession until a pass was deflected into the hands of Cherre Marshall, who returned the interception to midfield. Moments later, Kenyetta Grigsby ran 31 yards for a touchdown, and Callie Brownson passed to Kentrina Wilson for a two-point conversion and a 14-0 lead.

The Divas took an insurmountable lead late in the first quarter with two touchdowns in a thirty-second span. Whisonant eluded several defenders for her second touchdown reception of the game, a 58-yard scamper that gave the Divas a 21-0 margin. After a kickoff out of bounds, Columbus took over at their own 35-yard line. On the very next play, D.C. defensive back Lindsay Sollers intercepted a Columbus pass and returned it to the Comets’ ten-yard line.

Kenyetta Grigsby then immediately rushed the remaining ten yards for a Divas touchdown, her second of the game. The ball seemed to bounce the Divas’ way all game long, a fact made most evident on the extra point attempt following Grigsby’s second score. Kicker Molly Redmond found the ball in her hands after a botched kick attempt, but she sped to the edge of the field and ran the ball over the goal line for a two-point conversion and a 29-0 lead after one quarter.

The second quarter was more of the same for the D.C. Divas’ unstoppable offense. Wide receiver Kentrina Wilson, who leads the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) with nine touchdown receptions on the season, added to that tally with a five-yard touchdown catch from Hamlin and put the Divas ahead, 36-0.

On the ensuing kickoff, defensive back Eleni Kotsis recovered the football to give possession right back to D.C. It didn’t take the offense long to cash in, as Kenyetta Grigsby soon rushed five yards for her third touchdown of the contest. Grigsby finished the game with six carries for 76 yards and three touchdowns, and her last score gave the Divas a 43-0 lead.

The potent D.C. offense added one more touchdown before halftime. With just 23 seconds left in the first half, Whisonant took a short pass, got loose down the sidelines, and sprinted 59 yards for a touchdown. Ashley Whisonant ended the game with 160 yards and three touchdowns on just four receptions. Her final touchdown handed the Divas a 49-0 halftime advantage.

The Columbus Comets came into the game ranked #12 in the WFA, but they were hampered all game long by the absences of several key players. Multiple Columbus players, including star back Shelley Gates, missed the game after being injured in the Comets’ regular season finale against the Chicago Force.

In spite of those injuries, Columbus battled gamely all evening, and they finally got on the scoreboard early in the second half with a long touchdown pass. A successful two-point conversion made the score 49-8 with just over two minutes gone in the third quarter.

Divas quarterback Allyson Hamlin had her best statistical game of the season, completing 12-22 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns. Her final touchdown toss of the evening went to Kentrina Wilson and gave the Divas a 56-8 lead. Wilson, meanwhile, continued to stamp herself as a women’s football superstar with five receptions for 84 yards and two touchdowns.

The Divas’ offensive headliners retired to the bench midway through the third quarter, but the D.C. defense continued to play stellar football, forcing several turnovers. Denee Walker recovered a Columbus fumble, and Lindsay Sollers registered an interception and a fumble recovery.

But the defensive standout of the game was linebacker Alicia Hopkins, who led the team with eight tackles and a quarterback sack. In addition, Hopkins intercepted two Comets passes. Her second interception came with 14 minutes remaining in the game, and she returned that interception to the end zone for a Divas touchdown. Hopkins’ defensive score handed the Divas a 63-8 lead.

With four minutes left in the contest, D.C. scored their tenth and final touchdown of the game. Running back Okiima Pickett raced to the end zone for her first touchdown since suffering a severe leg injury against the Boston Militia in 2012. Pickett finished the game with 63 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries, and her lone score capped off the Divas’ 69-8 victory.

The D.C. Divas and Columbus Comets squared off at Falls Church High School, and the Divas celebrated their first ever appearance in Northern Virginia with the 12th playoff win in franchise history. The Divas’ 69-8 triumph was their most lopsided postseason win since 2003, when they defeated the Connecticut Crush, 76-0, for their first playoff victory.

By defeating the Comets, the Divas advance to the WFA conference semifinals against the top-ranked Boston Militia. On July 5, the Divas will travel to Boston, where they will face the Militia in the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season.