Category Archives: Northeast-10

Cape Cod Baseball League Players of the Week

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Joseph Flynn, Wareham RHP

Joseph Flynn (Franklin Pierce) of Wareham has embraced his new role as starter, earning the Coca Cola Pitcher of the Week honor in his first week on the job.

Before the beginning of this week, Flynn had been a reliable middle reliever for the Gatemen, allowing five earned runs in 12.1 innings over nine appearances. But in his two starts this week, Flynn proved he belongs in the starting rotation.

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Cape Cod Baseball League Top Performers for July 30th

ST PETERSBURG, FL - FEBRUARY 27:  of the Iowa Hawkeyes of the West Virginia Mountaineers during the game of the Big East/Big Ten Challenge at Naimoli Complex on February 27, 2010 in St. Petersburg, Florida. (photo by J. Meric) Here are your Cape Cod Baseball League Top Performers for July 30th.

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LeMoyne moving to Division 2

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BSBFIELD SYRACUSE, NY – LeMoyne College has announced its intention to reclassify its baseball program from Division I to Division II effective August 1, 2011. The College will follow the defined NCAA reclassification process, with the intent to compete alongside its 16 other programs as a member of the Division II Northeast-10 Conference.

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Cape Cod League Top Performers for July 24th

NickMartini Here are the Top Performers in the Cape Cod Baseball League for July 25th. There was only three games played including one doubleheader between Orleans and Falmouth. The other three games on the evening that were rained out will be made up in the near future.

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Jose Macias tosses No-Hitter as FP Rolls

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JoseMacias LANTANA, Fla. (March 15, 2010) – Junior right-hander Jose Macias (Bronx, N.Y.) threw a no-hitter on Monday afternoon to lead the No. 14/20 nationally ranked Franklin Pierce University baseball team to an 11-0 victory over Saint Michael’s in neutral-site, non-conference play at Santaluces Sports Complex. Earlier in the day, junior third baseman Derek Ingui (Sterling, Mass.)clubbed a two-run home run as the Ravens rallied from a 4-2 deficit to defeat Nyack, 5-4.

With the wins, Franklin Pierce improves to 9-1 (0-0 Northeast-10) and extends its winning streak to six games.

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Friday’s Thoughts

BinghamtonPhoto Here are my thoughts about the college baseball action that took place on March 5th.

The San Diego Toreros were nearly a consensus pick receiving six out of eight first place votes in the West Coast Conference Preseason Poll. They have failed to live up to the expectations as they have started the season 4-6 including getting shutout today by a solid Kentucky squad. The biggest issue I see with the Toreros is the fact they have a team ERA of 5.35 which is unacceptable with the caliber of the pitching staff led by Sammy Solis, Kyle Blair, and AJ Griffin. They will have  to wait a day for their chance to take out some frustration as they play Sunday against Monmouth.

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Southland Conference recap for 02-26-2010

Mitchell, who struck out a school-record 18 batters, is the first Maverick in the history of the program to carry a no-hitter 8.2 innings.

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UT Arlington 1, Missouri State 0 (14 innings)

ARLINGTON, Texas – Jason Mitchell struck out a school and Southland Conference record 18 batters and held a no-hitter through 8.2 innings, but it took UT Arlington 14 innings to capture its first win of the season with a 1-0 victory over Missouri State on Friday evening at Clay Gould Ballpark.
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Former UMass-Lowell manager Jim Stone set for Induction

JimStone Boston Globe correspondent John Vellante recently wrote a fantastic article on former UMass-Lowell manager Jim Stone who won over 800 games in his 37 year career. He had 11 NCAA Northeast Regional Appearances, two Division 2 College World Series Appearances and was named NEIBA Coach of the Year seven times while being named ABCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year on five occasions. He told Vellante that his biggest accomplishment was sending over 50 players onto professional baseball whether the minor leagues or independent ball. He is set to be inducted into the ABCA Hall of Fame tonight.

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2009 Northeast 10 Preseason Coaches Poll

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RINDGE, N.H. (February 10, 2009) – The Franklin Pierce University baseball team has been selected as the unanimous favorite in the Northeast-10 Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll, as announced Tuesday by the conference office. The Ravens collected all 13 first-place votes and finished with a perfect 169 points. Continue reading