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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Head baseball coach David Mitroff recently added a local standout to his 2015 recruiting class as he signed Jenison standout Troy Holstad. The Wildcat is in the middle of his senior season and helped lead the school to a District and Regional title in 2014. Holstad will join the Golden Eagles in the fall of 2015.
ADRIAN, Mich. – After seeing two big innings from Davenport send Cornerstone to a defeat in their conference tournament opener, the Golden Eagles fell victim to another big frame from Aquinas as they saw their 2015 campaign come to a close with a 9-2 loss to the Saints. AQ plated six un-earned runs in the sixth inning to conclude the Cornerstone season with a 26-31 overall record.
ADRIAN, Mich. – After posting a 3-0 lead in their first at-bat, the Golden Eagles fell victim to a pair of 5-run innings by No. 5 Davenport to fall 11-3 in the first round of the WHAC Tournament. Cornerstone falls into the elimination bracket where they will play Aquinas College tonight at 7 p.m. The game most likely will be delayed and live video, stats and audio will be available.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Cornerstone University baseball team is making its first appearance in the WHAC Tournament since re-starting the program in 2013 and today the conference announced its postseason awards. CU placed a pair of players, Luke Heller (SR/Whitewater, Wisc.) and Jonny Abbadusky (SO/Elverson, Pa.), on the Honorable Mention All-WHAC Team as a total of nine players were recognized.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For the first time since re-starting the baseball program in 2013, the Cornerstone Golden Eagles will play post-season games. Head coach Dave Mitroff and his team finished up the regular season with a 3-1 series win over Siena Heights and will open the WHAC Tournament on Monday against the second seed Davenport University. CU, which is the fifth seed in the tourney played at Siena Heights, last appeared in the WHAC post-season in 1998.