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Brian Guiliana named Head Coach at NJIT

NEWARK, NJ—Brian Guiliana has been promoted to head coach of the baseball team at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Director of Athletics Lenny Kaplan announced today.

Guiliana, who has been the full-time assistant coach of the Highlanders since 2010, takes over leadership of the program from former head coach Mike Cole, whose contract was not renewed this summer. Continue reading

NJIT Head Coach and Player Arrested

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) head coach Michael J. Cole and senior outfield Anthony Caiola were arrested on May 24th by BYU Police Department after the Highlanders were eliminated from the Great West Conference Tournament. Both were arrested for the same three charges of Failing to Stop attempted command of Police Officer, Trespassing, and Pubic Intoxication.  Continue reading

Mike Cole named Head Coach at NJIT


MikeColeNJIT NEWARK, NJ—Mike Cole is the new head baseball coach at NJIT after spending the previous nine years as an assistant with three different successful Division I programs, Director of Athletics Lenny Kaplan announced today.

Cole coached at the University of Vermont (2002 to 2004, and 2009); at Manhattan College (2005 to 2008); and most recently at the University of Maine (2010), where the team finished 34-22.

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Seton Hall to host Strike Out Cancer Tournament

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. — On Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15, the Seton Hall Pirates baseball team will host the first annual Rawlings Strike Out Cancer Tournament as they welcome NJIT, Iona, and Northeastern to Owen T. Carroll Field on the campus of Seton Hall University. As the sponsor, Rawlings will be donating t-shirts to the four teams, as well as selling them to fans in attendance. Continue reading

NYCBL Players of the Week ending on July 6th


Week ending July 6, 2008

Player of the Week: Nick Campbell (Bryant), Little Falls

Nick Campbell batted .375 (9-for-24) and compiled a .531 on-base percentage in eight games for the Miners last week. Campbell scored a team-high seven runs, drove in five runs, drew eight walks and tallied three extra-base hits. He reached base via hit or walk in seven of eight contests and he had three multi-hit and two multi-walk games. The Raynham, Mass., native had his best game against Amsterdam on July 5. He was 2-for-4 with three RBI, two walks, two stolen bases, one double, one triple and one run scored as Little Falls won, 11-5. Continue reading

Kroll checks in with NJIT’s Saporito

Doug Kroll of CSTV checks in with his weekly article about College Baseball this week’s installment focuses on NJIT’s ace starting pitcher P.J. Saporito. He had a huge summer pitching for the Brockport Riverbats of the NYBCL as he pitched a perfect game on July 26th. This was the first perfect game in the history of the NYCBL which finished their 20th season in 2007. The Highlanders head coach Brian Callahan was very excited to get the program more attention with the perfect game as he had people calling him often to talk about the perfect game over the summer. Callahan faces a tough challenge with the Highlanders as they are playing a tough independent schedule which includes a trip to Miami to take on the Hurricanes over spring break. The full 2008 schedule is available here. The full article about the Highlander program is available by clicking here.