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TRENTON, N.J. –

The TCNJ baseball team hosts the No. 9 Arcadia at Trenton Thunder Ballpark on Tuesday night. The first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.

IF YOU GO, IT’S FREE!

It will be an affordable evening for fans as admission and parking are free. The ballpark will open approximately one hour before the 6 p.m. first pitch and concessions will be open.

IF YOU ARE NOT, WE HAVE YOU COVERED

If you can’t make it to Trenton for the game, we’ve got you covered at tcnjathletics.com. Thunder’s Gregg Caserta will have the call on the TCNJ webcast. You can find this link on the Lions calendar page or by clicking here. You can also track stats here.

LIONS AT TRENTON TUESDAY

The Lions will take on No. 9 Arcadia on Tuesday night at Trenton Thunder Ballpark in a special non-conference game. TCNJ plans to turn the ballpark into a home game for the Lions, complete with the TCNJ dance team, pre-game ceremonies, a color guard and in-game contests.

PRE-MATCH FUN

A full slate of on-field activity is scheduled before the first pitch on Tuesday. At 5:40 p.m., the TCNJ dance team will perform. Thereafter, the TCNJ President, Dr. Kathryn Foster, will return the line-up card to home plate.

TCNJ Assistant Vice President Sean Stallings will throw a ceremonial first pitch, and the Princeton ROTC at TCNJ will provide the colors for the national anthem. This will be performed by ROTC member Gabby Bobo.

AMON WINS NJAC WEEKLY AWARD

TCNJ Junior Starting Pitcher Ben Amon was named NJAC Pitcher of the Week, announced Monday by the conference.

Amon was strong in an important victory over No. 14 Kean on Saturday. In picking up the win, Amon pitched seven innings, allowing just one run on five hits while striking out eight batters. He also only walked one.

Amon has a 2.68 ERA with a 1.13 WHIP, and he leads the team with 43 strikeouts.

LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON

After the Lions take on No. 9 Arcadia on Tuesday, TCNJ will end the season fighting for a playoff spot in the NJAC Tournament. The Lions will face Rutgers-Camden and Ramapo this weekend as the top six NJAC teams advance to the conference tournament.

LIONS SPLIT WITH NO. 14 KEAN

The TCNJ baseball team honored its senior six to start Saturday’s doubleheader against the 14th-ranked Kean Cougars. Both games featured strong tee shots and skillful defense as the teams split the doubleheader. TCNJ won the first game, 2-1, before Kean won the second game.

In game one, TCNJ got on the board late in the second. André Fernandez single to left center and advanced to second base on by Michael Schumacher single from the left side. After advancing through wild terrain, Mike Lagravenis reached on a field single down the right side after a thirteen pitch at bat to score Fernandez. This brought the score to 1-0. Lagravenis has fouled on 10 consecutive pitches at bat.

The Lions held off Kean in the top of the third with a three-and-three inning. At the end of the third, Ryan Goodall doubled to left field and scored a single from Joe Oczkowski.

Kean tried to make a comeback in the top of the ninth but was cut short after a double play from Lagravenis at Chris Cote in Oczkowski cleared traffic on the bases. reliever Chris Cassini then closed the game with a strikeout.