2019 Oglethorpe Baseball News

  • Baseball falls to No. 13 Christopher Newport
    February 15, 2019
    The Oglethorpe baseball team had a tough day Friday at Anderson Field, falling to No. 13 Christopher Newport 19-3. The Stormy Petrels allowed multiple runs in four innings and the visiting Captains hit four home runs en route to the victory. With the loss, the Petrels fell to 1-4 on the young season.
  • Baseball drops road contest to Piedmont 10-4
    February 13, 2019
    The Oglethorpe baseball team started off on the right foot Wednesday night on the road against in-state opponent Piedmont, taking an early four-run lead in Demorest. The homestanding Lions responded with a big comeback over the middle innings, though, and defeated the Stormy Petrels 10-4. The loss dropped Oglethorpe to 1-3 on the young season.
  • Alec Babb takes D3baseball.com Team of the Week honors
    February 12, 2019
    D3baseball.com named Oglethorpe sophomore catcher Alec Babb to its Team of the Week on Tuesday, marking the first such award of his career. It also marked the first such award for a Stormy Petrel since late March of last year, when current teammate Andrew Mink and alumnus Matt Motz both earned the award in the same week.
  • Jonathan Haab named SAA Pitcher of the Week
    February 11, 2019
    Freshman right-hander Jonathan Haab of the Oglethorpe baseball team has been named the SAA Pitcher of the Week by the league office. He earned the award coming off the first start of his collegiate career.
  • 2019 Baseball Season Preview
    February 08, 2019
    The Oglethorpe baseball team returns this evening as they’ll get their regular season started with an in-state game against the Covenant Scots at 4 p.m. on Anderson Field. They’ll then make a return trip up Lookout Mountain on Saturday to play Covenant in a doubleheader.
  • Baseball starts season with 5-0 shutout of Covenant
    February 08, 2019
    The Oglethorpe baseball team started their season in style Friday evening at Anderson Field, blanking the Covenant Scots 5-0 and getting an outstanding debut from freshman right-hander Jonathan Haab, who didn't allow a run in six innings of outstanding work. He struck out nine Scots and scattered three hits en route to his first career victory.