LaBriola, Daiss earn CAC honors following baseball's 4-0 week

LaBriola, Daiss earn CAC honors following baseball's 4-0 week

YORK, Pa. – The Salisbury University baseball team earned four wins last week, including three in Capital Athletic Conference play and were rewarded for that success by sweeping the CAC player and pitcher of the week awards, the league announced on Monday.

Junior Tom LaBriola claimed the Player of the Week honor and classmate Ryan Daiss was named the CAC's Pitcher of the Week.

LaBriola hit .706 for the week, picking up three hits in each game, including three doubles and a triple. The Huntingtown, Maryland native knocked in 11 runs during the week, slugging 1.000 with 17 total bases. The starting catcher for the squad in each game, LaBriola helped the pitching staff to a 3.25 ERA through the week.

Daiss appeared once last week, picking up the team's first complete game of the year, going the distance against Southern Virginia University on Saturday in a 4-1 victory, allowing just two hits and the one run while walking only two and striking out seven.

The awards mark the first Pitcher of the Week honor for Salisbury in 2016, while senior Kyle Goodwin picked up the Player of the Week nod last week.

The Sea Gulls are back in action on Tuesday, March 15 heading to Kean University for a single game before getting back to CAC play on Wednesday, hosting Wesley College.

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