father, Bernie Noviskey
, who is also the head baseball coach at Sussex County Community College
, said his
son has shown improvement year after year.
"I think he's
improved as a hitter and defensively as a catcher," said Bernie
played about one out of five games and struggled in the batter's box.
During his time with the Captains, Noviskey
developed a good relationship with the coaching staff, head coach, Luis Rivera and pitching coach, Tony Arnold.
"I picked up some good things from them," Noviskey
said."They taught me a whole lot."
On May 30, Noviskey
breakout game against the then-division leading Charleston Alley Cats.He
went 3-for-4 with a homerun and five RBIs.He
singled during the second inning to drive in two runs and then tripled during the eighth to score two more.All he
needed was a double to hit for the cycle.
"That was a good game for me," Noviskey
said."I just saw the ball really well."
After that, it appeared that Noviskey
wanted a league batting title.He
had two hits and scored two runs in his
next game, followed that with two more hits and three RBIs in the game after that.His
nine-game hitting streak moved his
batting average up to .290.He
then suffered his
'll be back on the ball field, hoping to be just as good as when he left.Next season he
would like to be back with the Captains.