30 females and 28 males recognized by the conference for their dedication inside the classroom
Current & former student-athletes recognized at UMES Commencement
UMES baseball places 10; Hawks bowling places seven
Stephen Bull, Brandon Schott and Tyler Witte land on team for second straight year
14 UMES players will play in collegiate wooden-bat leagues this summer
UMES takes a doubleheader from the Spartans by score of 2-1 and 1-0. (Apr. 25, 2015)
UMES plays two games in the 2015 MEAC Baseball Tournament at Perdue Stadium, Salisbury.
2015 "The Harry's" (Photo by Lloydlee Heite)
SSC Theater 5.6.14
2014: Primarily a left-handed specialist reliever for the Hawks...pitched in 17 games while starting two of them...finished with a 6.38 ERA with a 2-1 record and a complete game...ended the season with 19 strikeouts in 36 and 2/3 innings...struck out a season high four batters over three innings in his debut against Georgia Southern on February 22nd...capped off his season with a start against NJIT, going seven innings giving up five unearned runs, walking two and striking out one...named to the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team for his work as an accounting major, earning the honor for the second straight year.
2013: Member of the weekend rotation after recovering from injury ... second on the team among starters with 5.48 ERA, going 0-7 with 18 strikeouts in 44.1 innings ... first start went 2.2 innings without an earned run vs. Buffalo at the VMI Tournament (2/25) ... followed up with 4.2 innings thrown vs. Cornell (3/1), striking out two and allowing just one run ... first MEAC start pitched six innings against Coppin State (3/17) with three runs ... struck out career-high four batters in 5.1 innings at Norfolk State (4/14), allowing just one run ... made relief appearance in team's final game against N.C. Central in the MEAC Tournament (5/16), going 2.2 innings with one run ... named to the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
2012: Missed most of the season due to injury ... started second game of the year vs. Gardner-Webb (2/17), pitching four innings with three runs allowed.
High School/Club: Lettered in baseball at Pittston Area High School ... had a 2.70 ERA and batted .456 ... won the league one season ... competed with Plains Post 558 in American Legion Baseball ... named pitching and hitting MVP ... reached the state tournament with sub-3 ERA and batting over .500 with two home runs.
Personal: Born Aug. 14, 1993 in Pittston, Pa. ... son of Joseph and Mary Bone ... has three brothers, Joseph, Jason and Jonathan ... major is accounting ... pregame routine includes listening to his IPod ... personal best sports moment is throwing a two-hitter his senior year against Berwick High ... lists his parents as people who influence him most for supporting his decisions and his high school coach for helping him get where he is ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment in graduating high school with first honors ... plans to get a master's degree and coach baseball upon graduation ... favorite saying is "Ninety percent of this game is mental, and the other half is physical." by Yogi Berra ... hobbies include hunting and fishing ... favorite book is The Mental Game of Baseball... favorite movie is "Horrible Bosses" ... personal athletic goal this season is to come back stronger this season ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to win the MEACs.
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