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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For the first time this season a Cornerstone baseball player has been recognized by the WHAC for individual awards as sophomore Ben Sheckler (SO/Sparta, Mich.) took home the WHAC Pitcher of the Week accolade. The 6-7 southpaw hurled a complete game shutout against Aquinas on Wednesday in which he allowed just two hits while striking out 10.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Cornerstone head baseball coach Dave Mitroff reached back into the state of Illinois for his latest recruit as he is pleased to announce the signing of Bollingbrook High School's Mark Gaskins. The signing of Gaskins is the 11th for the baseball program for the 2015 class.
SYLVANIA, Ohio. – After falling in a heartbreaking 5-4 decision in 13 innings to open the day, Cornerstone got a gem from junior Justin Geerts (JR/Surrey, B.C.) to take the nightcap 3-0 and split the doubleheader at Lourdes. The 1-1 day leaves the Golden Eagles at 23-28 on the year and 14-18 in league play. CU will finish the regular season with a 4-game series at Siena Heights on Thursday and Friday.
SYLVANIA, Ohio. – The offense came alive for the Golden Eagle baseball team on Friday afternoon as they accounted for 19 runs on 30 hits in a doubleheader sweep of Lourdes University. The pair of wins lift Cornerstone to 22-27 on the year as they have now won 12 of their last 16 games. The two teams will play another DH on Saturday with the start time bumped up to 11 a.m.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Entering a very crucial part of their schedule with the WHAC playoffs on the line, Cornerstone got a pair of stellar pitching performances today from Luke Heller (SR/Whitewater, Wisc.) and Ben Sheckler (SO/Sparta, Mich.) as they picked up a doubleheader sweep of Aquinas. CU won the opener 3-2 before shutting out the Saints 5-0 in the nightcap. The pair of wins lift Cornerstone to 20-27 on the season and 11-17 in league play. CU heads to Lourdes for a 4-game series Friday and Saturday in Sylvania, Ohio.