Eli Sumpter, Roanoke, Jr., Pitcher

Eli Sumpter, Roanoke, Jr., Pitcher

Sumpter, a junior from Charlottesville, Va., went the distance against Emory & Henry this week, helping the Maroons to an 8-2 victory over the Wasps. In nine full frames, Sumpter gave up two runs with one earned. He scattered six hits and did not walk a batter while striking out four. For the season, Sumpter is 2-0 with a 1.50 earned run average. He has given up just 10 hits and fanned nine with one walk in 18.0 innings on the hill. Opponents are hitting .161 against him.

Baseball Pitcher Weekly Honor Roll

Gavin Felty, Emory & Henry (So.)
Felty worked seven innings and picked up the win in game two against Lynchburg, 10-4. He gave up two runs on four hits with two walks and five strikeouts as E&H completed it first sweep of LC since 2006.

Eric Yost, Guilford (Sr.)
Yost was saddled with a hard-luck loss in a 1-0 decision to top-ranked Shenandoah. He worked all 9.1 frames and gave up one run on four hits. He walked three and struck out two.

Jonathan Triesler, Hampden-Sydney (Fr.)
Triesler worked 6.1 innings over two outings last week, picking up a win and save. He earned the win a 2-1 triumph over #12 Randolph-Macon, giving up one hit and walking one with three strikeouts in 3.0 innings of relief. He came on to throw the final 3.1 frames in a 3-2 victory at #21 Roanoke. He gave up two hits and fanned three to register the save.

Christian Cok, Randolph-Macon (Jr.)
Cok made two appearances last week, going 1-0 overall. He worked 1.2 innings in a 2-1 loss at Hampden-Syndye. He gave up a hit and walked two with three strikeouts. He then got the win with 4.0 innings in a 6-4 victory over Washington and Lee. He gave up three runs (two earned) on five hits with a walk and five strikeouts.

Tyler Hott, Shenandoah (Sr.)
Hott made the most of his 1.2 innings of work last week, picking up a win and a save in a sweep of Guilford. He registered two outs and was the pitcher of record when SU took a 1-0 lead on the Quakers, picking up the win by the same score. He came in to work the final frame of the nightcap, working a perfect ninth to preserve a 2-1 win and earn the save.

Austin Gammon, Virginia Wesleyan (Sr.)
Gammon went six innings in his first start of the year to get the win in an 18-3 decision at Greensboro. He gave up one run on six hits without a walk and fanned seven.

Danny Devereux, Washington and Lee (So.)
Devereux worked 5.1 innings of relief for the Generals, earning a win an a save in wins at Bridgewater and Randolph-Macon. He tossed the final 2.1 frames to get the win in a 7-6 decision over BC. He gave up one run on three hits with three strikeouts. He then registered his third save of the season by throwing the last three innings in an 11-3 victory over R-MC. He gave up one run on three hits with a walk and three more K's.