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Baseball to begin year with 2 games at home

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First-year student athlete Noah Ratsy swings during practice.
Photo by Raquel Hamner

First-year student athlete Noah Ratsy swings during practice. Photo by Raquel Hamner

First-year student athlete Noah Ratsy swings during practice. Photo by Raquel Hamner

Vincent Moreland, Sports Editor

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Last season, AACC Men’s Baseball played with an even record of 23-23, but this year’s players said they can do better.

First-year student and South River High School graduate Leonard Lehner is a primary first baseman and said he is ready for the challenges that await.

“I think we have to work on team chemistry,” Lehner said.

“We need to work on team bonding and playing more as a team. I think in the fall we played more as individuals because we’re trying to earn our spots.”

Men’s Baseball has another new face with first-year student Chris Clyde, a pitcher who attended Oakland Mills High School in Howard County.

“We do need to play as a team,” Clyde said. “I think it will help in the spring when we spend more time together because we were only together three or four days a week in the fall. Spending more time together will help. “

Assistant coach Larry Hull said the team is lifting weights.

“The pitchers are currently working with our throwing program, and position players are doing speed and agility drills, and they all lift weights together,” Hull said.

Men’s Baseball’s first doubleheader is at home against Lackawanna College on Friday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. AACC was eliminated last season in the NJCAA DII Region 20 tournament.

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