Flight has continued to rack up awards in addition to strikeouts for the Penmen, as last week he was named both the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and Daktronics East Region Pitcher of the Year, in addition to his earlier Northeast-10 Pitcher of the Year selection. The southpaw has dominated hitters as he posted an 8-1 record and a 1.22 earned run average in 14 starts this season to date while racking up a single-season program record 131 strikeouts in 85.2 innings. Flight ranks second nationally in strikeouts, fifth in strikeouts per nine innings and third in earned run average and has allowed foes to bat just .206 all season. Flight struck out at least 10 batters on eight occasions, including in seven of his last eight outings.
In the first round of the NCAA East Regional, Flight tossed eight shutout innings and struck out 13 batters while issuing three walks in a 3-0 win over Dowling, while in the regional title game against Le Moyne he started and worked three innings on two days rest, allowing two runs while notching a pair of strikeouts. On March 22 he fired a two-hit shutout of Saint Anselm, recording a career-best 18 strikeouts, an effort that not only earned Flight NE-10 Player and Pitcher of the Week accolades, but the National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Association (NCBWA) Division II Pitcher of the Week award as well.