Sports update: Highlighting baseball, softball and lacrosse

Photo from Fisher Athletics
Photo from Fisher Athletics

By Sammy Robinson, Staff Writer

Baseball takes two from Canton

The St. John Fisher College baseball team took a trip to Rome, NY on April 24 to try and keep their winning streak alive against Canton College in a doubleheader. They defeated Canton 2-0 in game one and won game two 10-1.

In game one, Kyle Chambers took the mound for Fisher and pitched all seven innings and only gave up three hits in total. Chambers finished the game and got his third win of the year.

It was a pitcher to pitcher battle as no teams would score any runs through six innings, Fisher started a run. It was led by Stephen Edgett crossing home plate and a Ryan Fahy walk to put the cardinals up 2-0 going into the bottom of the seventh.

Kyle Chamber finished the inning as he forced Canton into a double play to seal the win.

Game two was a bit different. Both Fisher and Canton scored quickly as Canton led early 1-0. Fisher went on to score 10 straight runs to seal the victory and capture its seventh consecutive win. Matt Toohey got his second win of the season for Fisher on the mound.

Fisher improved to 23-9 as Canton fell 6-23 on the season. The Cardinals are back on the field Friday April 27 vs Houghton at 4 p.m.

Katie Mazierski career night  with wins against the Sage Colleges

Katie Mazerski rounded up her 200th career hit in the win to make her currently stand at number four in the number of hits in Fisher’s softball history, according to athletics.sjfc.edu.

Lindsey Thayer took mound for Fisher and yet again, pitched a perfect game. In five innings pitched she recorded 11 strikeouts and zero hits. In an 8-0 win against Sage. With her performance on Tuesday April 24 she improved to 15-3 overall.

Game two was led by Monica Moses on the mound for Fisher as she improved her pitching record to 7-2 overall. It was 0-0 going into the seventh inning but Fisher had momentum to put them up 1-0 going into the bottom of the inning. Moses got three quick outs as Fisher would win 1-0.

Fisher improved to 23-7 on the year with the win while Sage fell to 8-11 on the season. The women hit the field Friday April 27 at Alfred, 3 p.m.

Women’s lacrosse takes care of business vs Alfred.

The St. John Fisher College women’s lacrosse team defeated Alfred Tuesday, April 24 by a score of 21-0.

Fisher’s defense did not allow one goal from Alfred through all 60 minutes of play. Fisher’s defense did not even allow Alfred to shoot a single shot in the first half while the Cardinals would take 22 of them and score 13. They would go on to lead Alfred on shots 33-3 throughout the conference matchup.

Offensively, Olivia Marziale scored four goals to lead Fisher for the day.

With the win, Fisher improved to 13-2 on the season and secured the number 20 spot on the national standings.

Fisher continued to roll as they defeated the University of Rochester 12-2. The Cardinals had the lead the entire game and were led by Mallory Eymer with four goals. With the win that makes it nine straight for Fisher. The women will play their final game of the regular season on Saturday, April 28 as they host Elmira College on Senior Day.

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