Miami Shores, FL - The Nyack College Baseball team concluded its Spring Break Trip with a sweep over the American Int'l College Yellow Jackets. Both teams battled through two seven-inning matches played at Barry University. Nyack took game one with a score of 7-4 and game two with 1-0. The sweep improves Nyack's record to 6-5.
Game one saw an equal affair for six innings. Nyack was able to get on the scoreboard first in the top of the first inning. Luke Kelly scored after a Carlos Pino single down th left field line. The Yellow Jackets would answer with a run of their own in the bottom of the first to tie the score, 1-1.
American Int'l would pull ahead in the bottom of the third to take the one-run lead. Nyack answered in the top of the fifth. It was Luke Kelly again who scored for the Warriors after a Carlos Pino sacrifice fly.
The Nyack scoring efforts would explode in the top of the seventh when the Warriors scored five runs to take a 7-2 lead. Kelly scored after a fielding error by the Yellow Jackets. Ryan Kahl would add another run after a Anthony Torreullas single. Hayden Allen would conculde the scoring for the Warriors with a double down the left field line clearing all three Nyack runners from the bases.
American Int'l was trying to answer with a scoring effort of its own but was only able to to put two more runs on the scorebaord. The Warriors took game one with a score of 7-4.
Jack Kelley would get the win for the Warriors in game one pitching six innings, facing 24 batters, and striking out four of them. Omar Celaya closed out the game for Nyack facing 7 batters and recording one strike out.
Game two was equally intense as the first one. Nyack would score the only run of the game in the bottom of the first when Anthony Torreullas scored after a fielding error. Both teams would battle hard but were unable to score any more runs throughout the remainder of the game.
Kyle Tedesco and Jose Corrales would combine for no-hitter for Nyack. Tedesco pitched for the first four innings, facing 13 batters and striking out two, before Corrales would take over for the remaining three innings. He faced nine batters and sent four of them staright back into the dugout.
Up next: Nyack will be back on Tuesday when they host the Mercy College Mavericks in a 6:30pm game at Nyack High School.