Dec 8/23
1:34 pm

Regina Athletics
2012 RECAP






 That's a wrap--After finishing first in the round robin at Saskatchewan Baseball Association provincial championships, the  A's struggled in the playoff round and the 2012 season ended.  Overall the season was very successful.  The A's started with an opening-day no-hitter, compiled an overall record of 31-21 and won the Moose Jaw Selects tournament. Many players contributed to the team's success with remarkable individual performances. 

Jordan Schulz won the SPBL triple crown (.518, 4, 40), while Brandon Herney established a new team record batting average of .488, eclipsing the mark set by JP Wilner in 2007.  Schulz, Herney and Cole Boychuk were consistently amongst the league leaders in most offensive categories for the entire season. The season saw team records set or tied in every single offensive category.  


Farewell graduating players:

 Nathan Adelman, Cole Boychuk, Brandon Herney, Max Ritz, Brandon Radmacher



Best of Luck to A's in post-season play-- 

Canada Cup:

Jordan Schulz

Area Code Baseball-Kansas City Royals:

Brandon Radmacher

Baseball Canada Junior National Team, Pre-Worlds Camp, Italy:

Jordan Schulz, Brandon Radmacher

Baseball Canada Midget Championships:

Brandon Herney invited to join Saskatoon Giants

Western Canada Baseball Midget Championships:

Ryan Wagner invited to join Saskatoon Cubs;

Cole Boychuk and Pat Kelley invited to join Regina Wolfpack--update SILVER MEDALISTS

Monterey Peninsula College Lobos:

Nathan Adelman and Brandon Herney



 Into the home stretch--The Lethbridge and Spokane tournaments saw the A's generally play well, but neither resulted in hardware.  The A's now finish the SPBL regular season with nine games over the next 10 days, five of which are re-scheduled rain-outs. 

STATS of NOTE (season to date):


Cumulative Stat Athletics Opponents
Batting Average 0.321 0.223
Runs Scored 314 169
Strikeouts 200 267
Base on Balls 223 131
Hits 343 223

13 July 2012

It had to happen--  Adleman pitched a gem to register a 7-1 win over the SE Twins on Friday, June 8.  In the first game of Sunday's double-header, the A's stormed to a 12-2 victory after six innings, to record their eighth consecutive win.   But, alas, the A's fell to the Diamondbacks in the last game of the weekend.


Next up-Lethbridge Spitz Elks Tournament

Map to Spitz Stadium here.

10 June, 2012

A's continue to roll--The Athletics continued their winning ways this week, with a 15-5, 6-inning job over Swift on Tuesday evening, and 9-3 and 14-1 victories over Moose Jaw on Wednesday.  Weekend action includes a trip to Extevan Friday night to take on the Twins and a double bill hosting the Diamondbacks at Optimist on Sunday. Moose Jaw Times Herald article here.


League Leaders, Regina Leader Post, 6 June 2012 

 8 June 2012

Back on track-- After dropping three of four last weekend, the A's roared back with three decisive wins.  On Friday June 1, Brandon Herney pitched a 6-inning complete game to win over the visiting Moose Jaw Devons by a score of 11-1.  The game highlight had to be a triple by Brandon Radmacher in his first A's game of the season.

Sunday saw the A's field a full team for the first time this season.  Radmacher took the mound and dispatched the visiting Cubs 7-4 in the opener.  Nathan Adelman pitched three outstanding innings to record the win in the second game of the double-header.

The A's have a full schedule ahead of them, hosting Swift Current on June 5th, visiting Moose Jaw for two on the 6th, traveling to Estevan on Friday the 8th, and hosting the Dbacks for two on Sunday the 10th.  The Lethbridge Spitz Elks tourney begins with two games on Thursday June 14th.

 5 June 2012

 Hey, what a weekend!!!!-After dropping the first game of the tournament to the Mets, the A's rattled off four straight wins to reach the final of the 20-team Moose Jaw Selects tournament, besting the Saskatoon Cubs, Southeast Twins, the White squad from the Okotoks Baseball Academy, and the Moose Jaw Canucks.  Winning pitchers for the A's were Nathan Adelman, Jesse LaRocque, Max Ritz and Ryan Wagner. 

The gold medal game featured a dominant performance by Pat Kelley, who struck out nine, walked one, and allowed three hits to notch the 6-0, complete-game shutout over the Saskatoon Diamondbacks.

Solid pitching, lots of really hard hit balls, smart base-running and fewer errors. Great job, fellas!!!

Stats of note:

Team ERA on May 17--2.83

Team ERA on May 22--2.58

Team Batting Average on May 17--.276

Team Batting Average on May 22--.332

Article on 2012 MJ Selects tourney in 23 May Regina Leader Post

 23 May 2012
That's more like it! After a couple of tough losses against Regina rivals, The A's got back on track this week, scoring 26 runs in romps over Swift and the Wolfpack, setting the tone going into the Moose Jaw tournament this weekend.

IT'S TRADITION: Athletics win no-hit opener for 2nd year in a row.

27 Apr 2012 Leader Post

Season Opener Wednesday April 25 at Swift Current Indians

Link to Southwest Booster story is here



Baseball Canada announced the preliminary roster of players that will travel to St. Petersburg, FL in March as part of the Junior National Team’s Spring Training Alumni Week. Additional players could be named to the roster at a later date.  Jager Toffan a member of the Regina Wolfpack and Jordan Schulz of the Regina Athletics were named.

The schedule also features a match-up with the Philadelphia Phillies and two games against the Netherlands who recently captured the IBAF World Cup in Panama. Rounding out the schedule will be a two game set with St. Petersburg Junior College and two games against yet to be determined opponent(s).



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