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Friday, February 09, 2018

Conference Preview: Atlantic 10

Jheremy Brown        
Photo: Bill Barrett




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Predicted Order of Finish

Overall/conference win-loss records from 2017 indicated | * Denotes projected conference automatic bid


No. Team W L W L
1 Saint Louis* 35 22 12 10
2 VCU 35 22 19 5
3 Rhode Island 31 22 17 6
4 Davidson 35 24 13 11
5 George Mason 26 33 13 11
6 Saint Josephs 21 25 12 12
7 George Washington 31 27 14 10
8 Fordham 27 24 11 12
9 Richmond 17 36 6 17
10 St. Bonaventure 26 22 15 8
11 Dayton 20 35 15
12 Massachusetts 15 32 8 16
13 La Salle 10 41 4 20


Preseason All-Conference Team

Pos. Name Class School Stats/Notes
C James Morisano Sr. Saint Louis .316-12-37; solid numbers in 2017, key on both sides
1B Brandon Smith RS-So. Dayton .291-12-36; big pop, two-way talent, will close too
MIF Paul Witt So. VCU .361-1-36; reigning ROY, excellent barrel skills
MIF Vinny Capra Sr.  Richmond .355-4-19; impact SR, 2nd Team A10 in '17, 14 2B
3B Steven Carpenter So. VCU .287-2-13; All-Conference FR in '17, leadoff bat
OF Jordan Powell Sr. Rhode Island 352-2-27; Sr. bat, jumping to middle of order in '18
OF Parker Sniatynski Sr. Saint Louis .299-4-38; quick-twitch, 3-hole hitter, good defender
OF Tyler Nelin Sr. George Mason .296-10-40; big-time pop, moving to OF in 2018
DH Trevor Kelly Sr. George Mason .300-7-56; 1st Team A10 DH, powerful swing
UT Robbie Metz Sr. George Wash. .339-1-32; 13 2B/37.2 IP, 24:6 strikeout-to-walk
SP Miller Hogan Jr. Saint Louis 2.70, 90 IP, 78:23; big angle on low-90s FB w/ sink
SP Tim Brennan Jr. Saint Joseph's 2.85, 75.2 IP, 60:11; FB into low-90s, pounds zone
SP Elliott Raimo So. George Wash. 3.20, 90 IP, 73:25; pounds the zone; .216 BAA
SP Tyler Wilson RS-Jr. Rhode Island 5.82, 17 IP,  12:15*; 2-time A-10 POY, fully healthy
RP Tyler Barss RS-Sr. Rhode Island 1.38, 32.2 IP, 29:13; automatic in '17, 11 saves

*2017 season cut short to injury


Player of the Year: Paul Witt, ss, VCU
Pitcher of the Year: Miller Hogan, rhp, Saint Louis
Freshman of the Year: Riley Tirotta, 3b, Dayton


Top Prospects


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