Tag: Matt Tenaglia

JMU baseball loses at Longwood, 13-7

Travis Burnette drove in five runs and Longwood jumped out to an 8-0 lead through three innings to defeat JMU 13-7 in non-conference baseball on Tuesday night at Buddy Bolding Stadium.


JMU baseball takes series from Towson

Redshirt senior Matt Tenaglia (Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East) homered in the 11th inning and junior Kevin Husum (Panama City, Fla./Bay) closed out four relief innings for the win as JMU topped Towson 3-2 to clinch the Colonial Athletic Association baseball series on Sunday afternoon at John B. Schuerholz Park.


Aaron Hoover’s complete game guides JMU baseball past Towson, 7-2

Redshirt sophomore left-hander Aaron Hoover (Centreville, Va./Westfield) fired his first career complete game, limiting Towson to a pair of first-inning runs as JMU charged to a 7-2 Colonial Athletic Association baseball victory on Saturday afternoon at John B. Schuerholz Park.


JMU baseball takes series from Hofstra with 9-4 win on Sunday

Three batters recorded three-hit games led by freshman Josh Wyatt (Eden, Md./James M. Bennett) with four RBIs and JMU took advantage of five hit batters and three Hofstra errors to post a 9-4 series-clinching win in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game on Sunday afternoon at University Field.


Chris Huffman gem pushes JMU baseball past Hofstra, 8-3

Junior right-hander Chris Huffman (Fort Defiance, Va./Fort Defiance) recorded his third complete game of the season with seven strikeouts in JMU’s 8-3 victory over Hofstra on Saturday afternoon in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game at University Field.


Virginia Tech baseball defeats JMU, 11-5, in shortened game

Virginia Tech scored seven runs in the second inning and defeated JMU 11-5 in a non-conference baseball game that was shortened to six innings when a power outage knocked out all of the English Field lights on Tuesday evening.


St. John’s rallies, tops JMU baseball, 7-5

St. John’s plated four runs in the eighth to rally past JMU for a 7-5 victory on Saturday in the second game of a non-conference baseball series at Kaiser Stadium.


JMU baseball falls to St. John’s in opener, 16-4

Four different St. John’s starters had at least three hits while starting pitcher James Lomangino worked seven innings for the 15-4 victory over JMU on Friday in the opening game of a three-game non-conference baseball series at Kaiser Stadium.


JMU baseball splits doubleheader with Cornell

JMU rallied to take the lead three times in the opener with a walkoff double for the 16-15 win before Cornell rebounded to claim a 17-8 triumph in game two of a non-conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


#3 UVa. baseball hosts JMU Tuesday

The No. 3-ranked UVa. baseball returns home Tuesday to begin a six-game homestand when it takes on James Madison in a 4 p.m. contest at Davenport Field.


JMU baseball loses rubber match with #22 Seton Hall, 19-4

Seton Hall accumulated 24 hits while scoring in eight of nine innings to defeat JMU 19-4 in the final game of a three-game baseball series on Monday afternoon at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball defeats Marshall in 10 innings, 8-5

Senior third baseman Ty McFarland (Bridgewater, Va./Turner Ashby) smacked a two-run, tie-breaking home run in the 10th inning to propel JMU to an 8-5 victory over Marshall early Friday in the first game of the Caravelle Resort Tournament at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Stadium.


Maryland tops JMU baseball, 13-6

Trailing after three innings, Maryland struck for eight unanswered runs in the middle frames, including five in the fifth, to down JMU 13-6 in a non-conference baseball game on Tuesday afternoon at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball’s Ty McFarland named CAA Player of the Week

JMU senior third baseman Ty McFarland (Bridgewater, Va./Turner Ashby) earned Colonial Athletic Association baseball Player of the Week honors last week after belting three home runs for James Madison.


JMU baseball sweeps doubleheader from Binghamton

James Madison fought back from a 9-1 deficit in the second game of a doubleheader and the top three batters in the order pounded out 16 hits and 13 RBIs in two games as JMU swept Binghamton 9-2 in seven innings and 11-9 in non-conference baseball action on Saturday.