2024 Susquehanna vs Elizabethtown

2024 Landmark Baseball Conference Tournament Preview

2024 Landmark Baseball Conference Tournament Preview

Four teams descend on Scranton, Pennsylvania in pursuit of a championship at the 2024 Landmark Conference Baseball Tournament.

May 9, 2024 by Kyle Kensing

The Landmark Conference's push for first place in the regular season came down to the wire. One game separated Landmark Baseball Conference Tournament top seed Elizabethtown from No. 2 seed Catholic, Catholic from No. 3 seed Scranton, and Scranton from No. 4 Susquehanna. 

The quartet continues their heated showdown for Landmark Conference baseball supremacy in Scranton at the league tournament. Competition begins May 10, and promises to be some of the most instense college baseball action in the country. 

In addition to the close regular-season race, three of the four teams converging on Scranton checked into the NCAA Div. III Region V rankings: Catholic at No. 3, Scranton at No. 4 and Elizabethtown at No. 5. 

Elizabethtown Landmark Conference Baseball Scores

Catholic Landmark Conference Baseball Scores 

Scranton Landmark Conference Baseball Scores 

Susquehanna Landmark Conference Baseball Scores

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Players to Watch 

Quinten Perilli, Elizabethtown Pitcher and Utility  

A rare playmaker who can change a game both on the mound and at the plate, Quinten Perilli built on a remarkable 2023 in which he won D3Baseball.com's All-Region of Rookie of the Year with a sensational sophomore campaign. 

Perilli heads into the Landmark Conference Tournament on a nine-game hitting streak, including two games with multiple hits to close the regular season. A home run in the regular-season finale against Lycoming added to his Landmark-leading total at 13. 

Perilli has also been effective coming out of the bullpen with a 2.40 ERA and 13 strikeouts over 15 innings pitched. 

Roman Tozzi, Catholic Pitcher 

Southpaw starting pitcher Roman Tozzi was close to unhittable in the 2024 regular season. His final month produced three appearances in which Tozzi did not allow a run, including one of his two one-hitters thrown over the final two appearances. 

He went seven innings with six strikeouts giving up one hit May 3 against Scranton, coming on the heels of striking out a season-high-matching 10 in 5 2/3 in a one-hit, one-run performance against Lycoming. 

Tozzi has an ERA of just 1.82 with an opponent batting average of a staggering .138. 

Aidan Casey, Scranton Middle Infielder 

In a Scranton lineup with five batters who have .300-plus averages and made at least 100 plate appearances, Aidan Casey stands out. His .337 average is second-best among that group. Over a stretch of six games in the Royals' final eioht, he delivered at least one hit including a run of three straight multiple-hit outings. 

Along with Casey's ability to reliably get on base, he's a threat once aboard. Casey's swiped 20 bases and been caught just once, making him one of the Landmark's most dangerous base-runners. 

Tony Rossi, Third Base 

Tony Rossi came into the 2024 season batting .343 for his college career, and only improved in his third season with Susquehanna. He heads into the Landmark Conference Tournament batting a remarkable .409 to lead the Riverhawks, is slugging .653 with a 1.154 OPS, and has a .500 on-base percentage. 

Once abord, Rossi is a terror with 26 stolen bases on 27 attempts. 

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