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Ivy League Players of the Week


Senior Nick Santomauro (North Caldwell, N.J.) led Dartmouth to victories in five of six games last week, including the first four Ivy games of the season, by hitting .560 for the week with three doubles, three homers and eight RBIs for a slugging percentage of 1.040. He began the week with a clutch two-run double in the ninth to tie San Jose State as the Big Green went on to a 7-4 win, their first of the year. This weekend, the outfielder crushed Ivy pitching to the tune of a .688 average (11-for-16) with home runs in each of the last three games as Dartmouth swept doubleheaders on the road at Penn and Columbia. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for March 29th

Here is your Ivy League Recap for March 29th.

Game 1: Brown 7 Princeton 3 (7 innings)
Game 2: Brown 7 Princeton 2

Princeton, N.J. – Brown continued to play well on the first weekend of Ivy play, sweeping a doubleheader with Princeton by a combined score of 14-5. Junior infielder Robert Papenhause (Hillsborough, CA) had a terrific day at the plate for the Bears, going four-for-six with a pair of walks, a home run, and four RBI’s. With the win, Brown improves to 6-11 overall, and 3-1 in the Ivy League, while Princeton falls to 8-9 on the season, and 1-3 in league play. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for March 28th

Here is your Ivy League Recap for March 28th.

Game 1: Brown 10 Cornell 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Cornell 8 Brown 4

Ithaca, N.Y. – Brown split with Cornell on Saturday afternoon, going 1-1 to open Ivy League play. Sophomore designated hitter Pete Greskoff (Paoli, PA) had the big hit for the Bears in the opener, coming through with a three-run home run in the top of the fifth. With the win, Brown improves to 4-10, while Cornell falls to 3-11 on the season. Continue reading

CBB Visit: Holy Cross vs Yale/Quinnipiac

The College Baseball Blog made the short trek over to Holy Cross to take in a split doubleheader with Holy Cross playing both Yale and Quinnipiac in nine inning games. The Crusaders struggled throughout the day by only gathering 10 hits in the two games as both Yale and Quinnipiac had outstanding pitching on the day. Continue reading

Ivy Baseball Weekly Awards

Jeremy Maas
Jeremy Maas



Penn’s Jeremy Maas (Alpharetta, Ga.) perfected his swing in Florida and went on an absolutely torrid pace to lead the Quakers during the Spring trip, hitting .516 for the week – ending the trip with a .524 for average on the season. This week, the sophomore had multi-hit games in all but one contest, with three hits in three of the seven games played. He has at least one hit in all ten of the team’s games this season. Six of his 16 hits were doubles, and nine total went for extra bases. In Sunday’s game against Georgetown, Maas hit a three-run home run in the second inning to blow open a 2-0 game and pace Penn to a 5-0 lead that turned into a 9-5 win. For the season, Maas has a slugging pct. of .881 and an on-base pct. of .523 for an OPS of 1.404.
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Ivy League Players of the Week and Honor Roll (March 10th)


Princeton’s Brian Berkowitz (Marietta, Ga.) enjoyed a nice series against William & Mary over the weekend, pacing the Tigers from the plate. The junior outfielder was a menace at the plate, and finished six-for-13 (.462). Two the six hits were home runs, including a grand slam in the third game of the weekend. Berkowitz finished the weekend with seven runs batted in and also scored five runs. Continue reading

CBB 2009 Ivy League Preview: Red Rolfe Division

The College Baseball Blog continues our previews of conferences around the nation today with a preview of the Red Rolfe Division of the Ivy League. The Dartmouth Big Green won the divisional title last season which qualified them for the Ivy League Championship series. The Big Green ended up losing the three game set with the Columbia Lions. Continue reading

College Baseball News and Notes 10/09

Courtesy: mstateathletics.com    Dudy Noble Field/Polk-DeMent Stadium
Courtesy: mstateathletics.com Dudy Noble Field/Polk-DeMent Stadium

Mississippi State Baseball Alumni Gather Next Weekend On Campus

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Plans are moving forward for the 13th alumni baseball weekend next week at Mississippi State. The biennial event, scheduled October 18-19, is expected to draw more than 50 former baseball players and managers representing teams spanning eight decades of Mississippi State baseball to the MSU campus.

The weekend schedule kicks off Saturday at 1 p.m. with an alumni golf tournament at the MSU Golf Course, followed by a dinner in the Bryan Athletic Administration Building. Capping the weekend will be the 2008 alumni baseball game, with Diamond Dogs of the past teaming with members of the 2009 Mississippi State team in a Maroon/White game at Dudy Noble Field. First pitch is set for 1 p.m. and is open to the public with no charge for admission.
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Ivy League Recap for 3/30


Game 1: Brown 2 Penn 1
Game 2: Penn 6 Brown 4

Philadelphia, PA – Senior pitcher Alex Silverman (Wilmington, NC) out-pitched Penn ace Todd Roth, with a little help from his closer, to help the Brown baseball team (7-11, 1-3 Ivy League) pick up its first Ivy League win in a split with Penn (7-9-1, 1-2-1 Ivy League) on Sunday at Meiklejohn Stadium. Silverman went 6.1 innings before giving way to senior closer Rob Hallberg (River Edge, NJ) for the final two outs in the Bears’ 2-1 game one win, before Penn’s five-run rally in the fifth inning of game two led to a 6-4 Quaker win for the split. Continue reading