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2018 BASEBALL


BASEBALL Table of Contents 2018 Quick Facts......................................................................3 Head Coach Dom Scala...........................................................4 Assistant Coaches....................................................................6 2018 Roster..............................................................................7 Players 2 Michael Cattani...........................................................8 3 Tim O’Connor..............................................................9 6 Kory Cassara............................................................10 7 Jack Thorsen............................................................ 11 8 Jonathan Iadevaia.....................................................12 9 Max Steele................................................................13 10 Brett Malm.................................................................14 12 Lawrence Cicileo.......................................................15 13 Daniel Alfonzo...........................................................16 14 Mark Novello.............................................................17 15 Daniel Taggart...........................................................18 17 Jordan Milo...............................................................19 18 Steven Withers..........................................................20 20 Kevin Krippel.............................................................21 21 Camden Orologio......................................................22 22 Ed Baram..................................................................23 23 Tyler Becker..............................................................24 24 Brandon Warick........................................................25 25 Kieran McLaughlin....................................................26 28 Robert Sciarrotta.......................................................27 29 Matthew O’connor.....................................................28 30 Michael Tarpey..........................................................29 34 Austin Cole................................................................30 35 David Butler..............................................................31 36 Nick Palmerini...........................................................32 37 Troy Simpson............................................................33 40 Michael Demarest.....................................................34 41 Tyler Warshefskie......................................................35 42 Jack Ryan ................................................................36 43 Nicolas Luc...............................................................37 45 Tom Ambrosino.........................................................38 49 Thomas Colombo......................................................39 55 Brandon Morse.........................................................40 56 Lucas Terwilliger.......................................................41 99 Josh Rovner..............................................................42 2018 Schedule.......................................................................43 The Northeast 10 Conference................................................44 2011 Northeast 10 Champions...............................................45 Honors And Awards................................................................46 Single-Season Records..........................................................49 Career Records......................................................................51 Adelphi In The NCAAs............................................................53 All-Time Record......................................................................54 Year-By-Year Results.............................................................55 All-Time Roster.......................................................................67 All-Time Roster/Adelphi In The Pros .....................................70 Director Of Athletics And Campus Recreation........................72 Administration.........................................................................73 Facilitites.................................................................................75 About Adelphi University Programs........................................77 Long Island And New York.....................................................79

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2018 Quick Facts University Information

Location: Garden City, NY Founded: 1896 Enrollment: Over 8,500 President: Dr. Christine M. Riordan Athletic Director: Danny McCabe Assoc. Athletic Director/SWA: Kate Whalen Conference: Northeast-10 Home Field: William J. Bonomo Memorial Field Affiliation: NCAA Division II Nickname: Panthers Colors: Brown and Gold

Athletic Media Relations

Assoc. AD/Director: Emily Dorko Office Phone: 516-877-4293 Email Address: edorko@adelphi.edu Coordinator of Sports Information: Victoria Chiesa Email Address: vchiesa@adelphi.edu Office Phone: (516) 877-3774 Graduate Assistant: Morgan Metcalf Email Address: mmetcalf@adelphi.edu Office Phone: (516) 877-4236

Baseball Information

Head Coach: Dom Scala (15th Season) Email: scala@adelphi.edu Phone: (516) 877-3957 Assistants: Bill Ianniciello, Ed Jusino, Kyle Lombardo, Michael Amendola 2017 Record: 24-24/11-12 NE10 Key Losses: TJ Santiago - NE10 Pitcher of the Year, First Team All-Conference Key Returners: Steven Withers - 2018 NCBWA Preseason All-Region Brett Malm - .330 average, 59 hits, 32 RBIs

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Adelphi Baseball Head Coach

DOM

SCALA 13th season-to-15th Season Record: 363-292-3

Email: scala@adelphi.edu Phone: (516) 877-3957 Dominic Scala, former bullpen coach of the New York Yankees, is entering his 13th year at the helm of the Adelphi University baseball team. The 2015 season started and ended on high notes despite a 20-21 record for Scala and the Panthers. After continuous delayed and canceled games due to the Northeast weather, the Brown and Gold finally opened the season with an 8-3 victory at then ranked sixth Nova Southeastern on Friday, March 13. The campaign ended in the Northeast-10 Conference Championship as Adelphi made a run through the tournament, before falling to Stonehill in the final game. Highlighting the season for Scala Family was career victory number 300 on -Wife: Yolanda April 3 with an 8-4 win against Le -Children: Shana Moyne. Three individuals earned Education All-Conference honors while junior -B.A. St. John’s University, 1976 pitcher Jonathon Mulford garnered Baseball Experience Daktronics and ABCA/Rawlings All-Sixth Round Draft Pick in 1976, Oakland A’s Region accolades. -Member of the 1978 World Series Champion New York Yankees Scala and the Panthers again -Member of the 1981 American League Champion returned to the postseason in 2014, New York Yankees securing the No. 4 seed in the -Standout St. John’s player, 1972-76 Southwest Division courtesy of a Coaching Experience 24-23 regular season record. In the -Adelphi University, 2003-present first round of the tournament, the -Advance Scout, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1987-90 Panthers bounced SW #1 Southern -Yankees Bullpen Coach, 1978-86 Connecticut by a 10-4 score, and Coaching Honors eventually fought their way through -ECC Coach of the Year (2005) the double-elimination bracket to -NE-10 Coach of the Year (2011) reach the NE-10 Championship for the first time since 2011. The

The Scala Survey

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BASEBALL Panthers finished runner-up in the final to Southern New Hampshire, but had two players named to the All-Tournament team for their efforts. In total, four players earned NE-10 AllConference awards, while two earned Daktronics & NCBWA First-Team All-Region recognition. Senior captain Richard Mejia was named to the Daktronics All-America Second team and as an Honorable Mention for the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-America Team. After receiving NE-10 All-Conference First Team and Daktronics & NCBWA First-Team All-Region kudos, Cliff Brantley became the eighth Panther to sign a professional contract when he was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 19th round of the MLB Draft. In 2013, Scala guided the Panthers back to the postseason for the ninth time in his 10 seasons at the helm. Adelphi finished with a 23-25-1 record overall after going 11-10 in Northeast-10 Conference Southwest Division play and earning the fourth seed in the playoffs. Scala helped his squad to a total of 20 postseason awards: three All-America honors, six All-Region selections, three Eastern College Athletic Conference All-Star picks, seven NE-10 All-Conference accolades and the NE-10 Team Academic Excellence Award for the highest team grade point average of any NE-10 baseball team. Scala also saw his fourth Adelphi player selected in the Major League Baseball Draft in relief pitcher Dillon McNamara, who became the seventh Panther to sign a professional contract after playing for Scala when McNamara was picked by the New York Yankees in the 27th round. Scala led the team to a 23-22 overall record in 2012, posting a 15-17 NE-10 record and an 11-10 record in Southwest Division, in the first year of divisional play. Scala had one player selected to the NE-10 All-Conference Second Team, one selected to the NE-10 All-Rookie Team and one player was named to the ABCA All-East Region Second Team.

and guided Adelphi to win their first Northeast-10 Tournament title. For his efforts, Scala received his second Coach of the Year honor at the helm of the Panthers. Scala also guided the Brown and Gold back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009 where the Panthers were the No. 1 seed. Adelphi advanced to the Regional Finals, coming up one win shy of a trip to the College World Series. Scala had six players named to All-Conference teams, and the program’s first ABCA All-American since 2000. Scala also collected his 200th win at Adelphi this season. In 2010, Scala led the Panthers to a 15-11 conference mark and a spot in the conference tournament in their first year in the Northeast-10 Conference. The Panthers finished the season with a 29-19 overall record. Scala had five players named to the NE10 All-Conference Team and one player to the Daktronics All-East Region Team, as well as two players to both the 2010 ABCA & Rawlings NCAA Division II EAST All-Region Team and the 2010 National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) All-East Region Team. The 2009 season was one of Scala’s most successful to date. He coached a team that finished first in the ECC regular season as well as the conference tournament. Under his direction, the team earned their second NCAA regional bid since the 2007 season, and the 15th in history. The squad cruised through the rounds, advancing to the finals before falling in the deciding game to Dowling. Capping off the season, Scala had six All-Conference selections, ten All-Region honors split between the

The 2011 season was a record breaking season for the Panthers as their 36 wins is the most in the program’s history. Scala led the Panthers to a second-place finish in the regular season standings

Coaches Through the Years

Coach Dom Scala Ronald Davis Revis Frye Al Davis John “Jack” Garrabrandt Les Thompson

Year Overall 2004-present(13) 314-246-3 1966-2003(38) 838-431-1 1954-1965(11) Unknown 1952-1953(2) Unknown 1951(1) Unknown 1948-1950(3) 11-6(1948) 68 1,163-683-10

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BASEBALL Daktronics, NCBWA and ABCA and NCAA All-Region Teams. In 2008, Scala led the Panthers to the ECC Tournament for the sixth straight year before falling in the final. They posted a 25-25 overall record, 14-13 in ECC action and included five All-Conference players. A highlight of the season came post-play when junior pitcher, Bobby Lanigan was drafted 92nd overall by the Minnesota Twins, the highest in Adelphi history and the first since 1993. Scala had his most successful season to date in 2007, helping Adelphi to a record of 35-17, including an ECC regular season and tournament title. The Panthers earned their second trip in three years to the NCAA Division II Northeast Regional, placing third. The Panthers also had two players earn All-America honors in outfielder Mike Testani and pitcher Mike Myers. Adelphi also swept the Player and Pitcher of the year in the ECC as six players were selected to the all-conference team. Scala guided the Panthers to a 21-23 overall mark and a third seed in the ECC playoffs in 2006. He also coached six players to all-conference honors and had freshman Bobby Lanigan earn Rookie of The Year honors. In 2005, Scala steered Adelphi back to regional prominence, leading the Panthers to their first NCAA Division II Northeast Regional since 1999. Adelphi finished the season with a 25-19 record, earning Scala ECC Coach of the Year honors. In his first year, Scala took over a team that had won just seven games in the previous season and three in the conference. But, Scala immediatly turned things around, guided Adelphi to a 12 game improvement (19-22) in the win column and a return to the ECC tournament with a 10-10 conference mark. Scala came to Adelphi with an impressive professional and collegiate career. Drafted in the 6th round by the Oakland A’s in

1976, he was acquired by the NY Yankees as the Bullpen Coach from 1978-1986. During his nine-year stint with the Yankees, he was a member of the 1978 World Championship and the 1981 American League Championship teams and worked with such legendary coaches as Yogi Berra, Billy Martin, Gene Michael, Jeff Torborg and the late Dick Howser. From 1987-1990, he became the Advance Major League Scout and Special Assignment Scout of the Pittsburgh Pirates under Jim Leyland. In addition to maintaining his own baseball camps since 1990, he has served as director of many others, including NY Mets camp and the Dave Winfield camp. Prior to Adelphi he served as the third base coach for St. Mary High School, a team that hadn’t won a single catholic high school game in its seven years existence. In 2003, they won three games, including upsetting No. 1 seed Chaminade in the first round of the Catholic High School League playoffs. A standout-athlete in both football and baseball at St. Francis Prep, Scala was elected to the school’s Hall of Fame in its inaugural 2013 class. He went on to play third base at St. John’s University from 1972-76. A collegiate third team All-American and two-time ECAC All-Star, his name still appears in the top ten collegiate career record books in nine of 13 offensive categories. A team captain, he batted .420 his senior year, good for 15th in the nation, and was named the team MVP. Scala has also been instrumental in many large university projects, including the building of William J. Bonomo Memorial Field. Scala helped raise funds for the state-of-the-art baseball field which was opened in 2007 and continues to aid in sponsorship and field signage efforts. Scala has also taken on the duty of organizing the annual Fall Cocktail Reception, a trademark event put on by the Adelphi athletic department that has featured high-profile guests such as Willie Randolph, Goose Gossage, David Cone, Bucky Dent, Don Mattingly and Chris Chambliss.

Assistant Coaches

BILL IANCIELLO Assistant Coach

ED JUSINO Assistant Coach

MICHAEL AMENDOLA Assistant Coach

KYLE LOMBARDO Assistant Coach

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2018 Baseball Roster No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

B/T

Hometown/High School/Previous School

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Michael Cattani

Jr.

OF

R/R

5-11

Warwick, N.Y. / Paramus Catholic

3

Tim O’Connor

Fr.

OF

R/R

6-1

Mamaroneck, N.Y. / Archbishop Stepinac

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Kory Cassara

Sr.

C

R/R

5-10

Mastic, N.Y. / Eastport South Manor

7

Jack Thorsen

Sr.

IF

R/R

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Flushing, N.Y. / Holy Cross

8

Jonathan Iadevaia

Jr.

OF

L/L

5-8

Commack, N.Y. / Commack

9

Max Steele

Fr.

P

R/R

6-2

Miller Place, N.Y. / Miller Place

10

Brett Malm

Jr.

SS

R/R

6-2

Medford, N.Y. / Patchogue-Medford

12

Lawrence Cicileo

So. OF

R/R

5-11

Milford, Pa. / Delaware Valley

13

Daniel Alfonzo

Fr.

SS/3B R/R

5-10

Bayside, N.Y. / Bayside

14

Mark Novello

Fr.

P

R/L

5-11

Astoria, N.Y. / Archbishop Molloy

15

Daniel Taggart

Jr.

P

R/R

6-3

Hicksville, N.Y. / Holy Trinity

17

Jordan Milo

Jr.

IF

R/R

5-9

Dix Hills, N.Y. / Half Hollow Hills East

18

Steven Withers

Sr.

UT

R/R

5-9

Staten Island, N.Y. / St. Joseph by the Sea

20

Kevin Krippel

Jr.

C

L/R

5-10

Eastchester, N.Y. / Eastchester

21

Camden Orologio

Sr.

1B/C

R/R

6-4

Coram, N.Y. / Longwood

22

Ed Baram

Jr.

P

R/R

6-3

Saddle Brook, N.J. / Saddle Brook

23

Tyler Becker

So. 3B/IF

L/R

6-0

Manorville, N.Y. / Eastport South Manor

24

Josh Rovner

Fr

C

R/R

5-11

South Brunswick,, N.J. / St. Joseph

25

Brandon Warick

Jr.

C

L/R

6-4

Levittown, N.Y. / Division )

28

Robert Sciarrotta

Jr.

P

R/R

5-11

Holbrook, N.Y. / Sachem North (Dowling/Suffolk C.C.

29

Matthew O’connor

Gr.

P

R/L

6-1

Massapequa, N.Y. / Kellenberg (Nassau C.C.)

30

Michael Tarpey

Sr.

P

R/R

6-6

Bronx, N.Y. / Fordham Prep

34

Austin Cole

Fr

P

R/R

6-7

Tivoli, N.Y. / Red Hook Senior

35

David Butler

Sr.

P/1B

L/L

6-3

Garden City, N.Y. / Garden City

36

Nick Palmerini

So. P

R/R

6-0

Northport, N.Y. / Northport (SUNY Purchase)

37

Troy Simpson

So. P

R/R

6-1

Ridge, N.Y. / Longwood

40

Michael Demarest

Jr.

P

R/R

5-11

East Islip, N.Y. / East Islip

41

Tyler Warshefskie

Sr.

C

R/R

5-9

Staten Island, N.Y. / New Dorp

42

Jack Ryan

Fr

C

R/R

6-0

East Northport, N.Y. / John H. Glenn

43

Nicolas Luc

Fr

P

R/R

5-10

Farmingdale, N.Y. / Farmingdale

45

Tom Ambrosino

So. P R/R R/R

6-2

Staten Island, N.Y. / St. Joseph by the Sea

49

Thomas Colombo

So. 1B/OF L/L

5-10

Lindenhurst, N.Y. / St. John the Baptist

55

Brandon Morse

Jr.

OF

R/R

6-4

Ronkonkoma, N.Y. / Connetquot

56

Lucas Terwilliger

Jr.

3B

R/R

6-1

Elmira, N.Y. / Corning Painted-Posy

99

Josh Rovner

Fr

P

R/R

6-4

Medford, N.Y. / Patchogue-Medford

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

MICHAEL

CATTANI

35 David Butler 6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele

Class: Junior Position: OF Height: 5-11 Hometown: Warwick, NY High School: Paramus Catholic

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Played in 40 games with 35 starts • Hit .250 with 33 hits including one home run • Scored 17 runs while driving in 19 • Recorded had a 4-for-4 day against New Haven (4/2) • Drove in three runs at Assumption (4/9) in 6-2 win • Posted eight multi-hit games, with two coming in back-to- back contests against SCSU (3/29) and New Haven (4/2) • Posted a season-high four RBI in 18-2 win over Caldwell (3/13)

15 Daniel Taggart

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Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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Played in 25 games with 21 starts Hit .300 with 21 hits and 11 walks Scored nine runs while driving in three Notched three hits in his debut against West Virginia Wesleyan (2/27) to go with a RBI • Went 1-for-1 as a pinch-hitter against Southern Connecticut (3/6) with a walk and a RBI • Batted 2-for-4 in two of three games against Le Moyne (3/25-26)

At Paramus Catholic

• Three-year varsity member • Team captain • Three-time All-League • All-County • Team MVP

Personal

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger

2016

Career Highs

• Son of Bobby and Francine • Sports management major

Hits: 4, vs. New Haven, 4/2/17 RBI: 4, vs. Caldwell, 3/13/16 Runs: 2, twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

TIM

35 David Butler

O’CONNOR

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse

Class: Freshman Position: OF Height: 6-1 Hometown: Mamaroneck, NY High School: Archbishop Stepinac

At Archbishop Stepinac

• Named MVP • Played club baseball with Pro-Swing Port Chester, Bayside Yankees and New York Nine

Personal

• Son of Tim, Sr. and Rita • Exercise science majorr

14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

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35 David Butler

CASSARA

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole

Class: Senior Position: C Height: 5-10 Hometown: Mastic, NY High School: Eastport South Manor

49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner

Honors and Awards • NE10 All-Rookie Team (2015) • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring ‘15, Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017 • • • • • •

42 Jack Ryan

28 Robert Sciarrotta

37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Played in 38 games with 30 starts behind the plate Notched 25 hits towards a .248 batting average Drove in nine runs while scoring 16 Stroked four doubles, a team-leading three triples and one home run Totaled three RBIs with a home run on a 2-for-3 day in a 6-2 win at Molloy (3/23) Drew three walks and stole a base against Bloomfield (3/9) Went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI vs, Saint Michael’s (3/26) Caught 11 runners stealing and posted a .980 fielding %

2016

• Played in 45 games with 43 starts • Notched 45 hits towards a .276 batting average while walking 19 times

Career Highs Hits: 4, vs. New Haven, 3/15/15 RBI: 3, multiple times Runs: 3, twice

• Drove in 19 runs while scoring the same number to along with 11 doubles and two home runs • Totaled two RBI on one hits versus Wheeling Jesuit (2/28) • Credited with two RBI against Southern Connecticut (3/6) • Went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI versus Philadelphia (3/22) • Swung for two doubles among three hits against American International (4/16) while driving in three runs

2015

• Appeared in all 41 games and made 39 starts • Posted a .316 batting average along with 23 runs scored • Totaled 49 including three homeruns and 13 RBI • Went 3-for-5 with two RBI and two runs against nationally-ranked Nova Southeastern (3/13) • Batted 4-for-5 versus New Haven (3/15) • Belted two home runs with three RBI against South-

ern Connecticut (3/18) in a 3-for-4 performance • Scored three runs and drove in one versus Saint Rose (5/2) by going 3-for-4

At Eastport South Manor • All-County and All-League

Personal

• Son of Ken and Hope • Business major • Aspires to start an accounting career

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker 35 David Butler 6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor

JACK

THORSEN

Class: Senior Position: IF Height: 5-8 Hometown: Flushing, NY High School: Holy Cross

3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse

Career Highs Hits: 1, vs. Franklin Pierce, 3/3/18 Runs Scored: 1, vs. Franklin Pierce, 3/3/18

14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

JONATHAN

35 David Butler

IADEVAIA

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele

Class: Junior Position: OF Height: 5-8 Hometown: Commack, NY High School: Commack

Honors and Awards

• NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Spring’17)

2017

• Played in 22 games with 14 starts • Posted a .314 batting average with 16 hits totaling five extra base hits • Had a team high .438 OBP • Scored 17 runs and drove in four • Went 5-for-10 in a weekend series against Assumption (4/9) with four runs, two doubles and a RBI • Recorded a five game hit-streak (4/29-5/3) against Queens, Pace and Nyack • Scored a run in six straight contests, scoring at least one run in 13 games

15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 4 vs. Felician (4/20/16) RBI: 2, multiple times Runs: 2, multiple times

2016

• Played in 25 games with 14 starts • Posted a .345 batting average with 20 hits including two doubles • Scored 15 runs and drove in four • Went 2-for-2 with a double, RBI and a run versus Dominican (3/31) • Scored twice at Southern Connecticut (4/19) with two hits • Batted 4-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored against Felician (4/20) • Recorded three hits and two runs versus New Haven (4/23) to go with a stolen base

At Commack

• All-League • Diamond Club Coaches Award • President’s Education Award and Business Scholarship and Special Recognition Award

Personal • • • •

Son of Lisa and Michael His mother attended Adelphi Accounting major Member of the Smithtown Youth Bureau

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

MAX

35 David Butler

STEELE

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio

Class: Freshman Position: P Height: 6-2 Hometown: Miller Place, NY High School: Miller Place

At Miller Place

• Two-time All-League selection • All-Long Island Honorable Mention as a junior by MSG Varsity

Personal • • • •

Son of Bob and Lise Father pitched at Villanova and uncle pitched at Clemson Mother was a gymnast at Temple Chemistry major

36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

BRETT

35 David Butler

MALM

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Class: Junior Position: SS/3B Height: 6-2 Hometown: Medford, NY High School: Patchogue-Medford

Honors and Awards

• D2CCA First Team All-Region (2017) • Second Team All-Conference (2017) • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Played in 47 games with 45 starts, mainly as the designated hitter • Hit a team high .330 at the dish • Coupled 59 hits with a team high 32 RBI’s, scoring 36 runs on a team high 87 total bases • Hit a team high 11 doubles and tied for the team lead with five long balls • Had a roster high .486 slugging percentage • Recorded 20 multi-hit games, finishing the season with a six game hit streak • Had three straight two-hit games, twice, in the month of March

Career Highs Hits: 3, twice RBI: 4 vs. Caldwell (3/14/2017) Runs: 3, vs. Assumption (4/9/17)

• Posted his highest RBI output, going 2-for-5 with two runs scored and four RBI’s against Caldwell (3/14) • Posted multi-RBI games in 11 contests, with three straight two-RBI games against Queens (4/30), Pace (5/2), Nyack (5/3)

2016

• Played in 42 games with 38 starts • Collected 36 hits including six doubles and a triple • Drove in 13 runs while scoring 14 • Scored a run with two RBI and a double against Wheeling Jesuit (2/28) in the opener followed by two hits and two RBI in the nightcap • Collected five hits with a run scored in a doubleheader versus Franklin Pierce (3/5) • Went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI at Lynn (3/17) • Tripled against Southern Connecticut (4/8) among three hits and two runs scored

At Patchogue-Medford

• Three-year varsity starter • Three-time Scholar-Athlete • Two-time Gold Glove Award winner

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

LAWRENCE

35 David Butler

CICILEO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson

Class: Sophomore Position: OF Height: 5-11 Hometown: Milford, PA High School: Delaware Valley

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017 • • • • •

Appeared in 19 games with seven starts as a freshman Hit .333, posting 10 hits, including two doubles Recorded his first career hit against Stonehill (3/10) Went 5-for- 6 in a series against Lynn (3/17-18), posting his first extra base hit Knocked in his first two career RBIs against Saint Anselm on two sacrifie flies (3/25)

At Delaware Valley

• Three time All-League Team member, All-Region Team • Lackawanna League All-Star • Member of SAAC and The Accounting Society

Personal

• Son of Lawrence and Marianne • Accounting major

9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 3, vs Lynn, 3/17/17 RBIs: 2 vs. Saint Anselm, 3/25/17 Runs: 1, multiple times

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

DANIEL

35 David Butler

ALFONZO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio

Class: Freshman Position: SS/3B Height: 5-10 Hometown: Bayside, NY High School: Bayside

At Bayside

• Helped team capture its first Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) Championship in the 2016 season • Named Bayside’s MVP each of his last three seasons • Led the PSAL in home runs in his sophomore year • Had 24 hits in 51 at bats as a senior • Never batted lower than .471 in four years of high school baseball

Personal

• Son of former MLB player Edgardo and Delia

36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

MARK

35 David Butler

NOVELLO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo

Class: Freshman Position: P Height: 5-11 Hometown: Astoria, NY High School: Archbishop Molloy’

Personal

• Son of Robin and William • Business major • Played travel baseball for the New York Nine alongside fellow Panthers Daniel Alfonzo and Austin Cole

55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

DANIEL

35 David Butler

TAGGART

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor

Class: Junior Position: P Height: 6-3 Hometown: HIcksville, NY High School: Holy Trinity

3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Fall ‘16)

2017

• Made 12 appearances with nine starts • Threw 45.1 innings and finished with a 3.97 ERA • Tossed a clean sheet against SCSU (3/29) over 4.1 IP • Struck out a season-high eight in two contests against AIC (4/23) and Le Moyne (5/6), throwing six innings in each • Gave up two runs or less in seven of his 12 games pitched

9 Max Steele

2016

• Made seven appearances • Tossed 7.1 innings with 11 strikeouts • Earned the win with one inning of work versus Point Park (2/26) • Struck out five against Felician (4/12) in 2.2 innings

At Holy Trinity

• All-League • Nassau All-Star • Led the CHSAA in strikeouts his senior season

Personal

• Son of George and Jodi • Accounting major

15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Strikeouts: 8, twice Innings: 6.0, twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

JORDAN

35 David Butler

MILO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart

Class: Junior Position: IF Height: 5-9 Hometown: Dix Hills, NY High School: Half Hollow Hills East

Honors and Awards

• NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring ‘16)

2017

• Appeared in nine games with one game started • Went 1-for-1 with a double and a run scored • Drew a walk in a win over Assumption (4/9)

2016 • • • • •

Played in seven games Notched three hits and three RBI Scored a run and doubled Went 1-for-2 versus Molloy (3/13) with a RBI Doubled against Dominican (3/31) with two RBI

At Half Hollow Hills East

• A two-time Newsday Player to Watch

Personal

• Son of Douglas and Amanda • Business major

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 1, twice RBI: 2 vs. Dominican (3/31/16) Runs: 1, twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

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35 David Butler

WITHERS

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole

Class: Senior Position: UT Height: 5-9 Hometown: Staten Island, NY High School: St. Joseph By The Sea

49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Honors and Awards • • • •

ECAC All-Star (2017) NCBWA Second Team All-Region (2017) NE10 First Team All-Conference (2017) NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘14, Spring ‘15, Fall ‘15, Fall ‘16)

2017

• Played and started in 48 games • Hit .321 with a team-high 60 hits, including two doubles, three triples and one home run • Posted 42 runs with 24 RBIs, and recorded a 22-game hitting streak over a month’s span (4/3-5/3) • Hit his first career home run against Saint Rose in a 3-for-5 effort with three runs scored and one RBI (4/15) • Went 4-for-6 vs. AIC (4/22) with two RBIs and three runs scored • Stole 20 bases in 25 attempts, and drew more than one walk in six games

Career Highs Hits: 4, vs. American Int’l, 4/22/17 RBI: 3, twice Runs: 5 vs. Caldwell, 3/13/17

2016

• Played in 30 games with 24 starts • Batted .307 with 27 hits including two doubles and two triples • Recorded 18 runs and 12 RBI • Scored and drove in a run with two hits versus Point Park (2/26) • Went 3-for-5 against Dominican (3/31) with two RBI and two runs • Stole three bases and scored twice against New Haven (4/23) • Walked three times with a run scored at Saint Rose (5/5)

2015

• Made 16 appearances and seven starts • Collected six hits, three RBI and three runs • Went 3-for-5 including a double, a run and a RBI vs. Caldwell (4/29)

At St. Joseph by the Sea • Staten Island Advance All-Star • MSG Varsity First Team All-City • Played in the Mayor’s Cup

Personal

• Son of Steven and Brenda • Business management major

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KEVIN

35 David Butler

KRIPPEL

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Class: Junior Position: C Height: 5-10 Hometown: Eastchester, NY High School: Eastchester

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in eight games, making one start • Recorded two hits and one walk • Registered 15 putouts for a 1.000 fielding percentage • Went 1-for-2 with a run scored against Wilmington (Del.) (3/11)

At Eastchester

• Two-time All-League • All-Section • All-Hudson Valley/Westchester Honorable Mention

Personal

• Son of John and Susan • Accounting major • Aspires to become a CPA

2016

• Played in seven games with one start • Registered two hits, both doubles, along with two RBI and a run scored • Recorded a pinch-hit double at Lynn (3/18) • Credited with a RBI against Dominican (3/31) • Went 1-for-1 at Saint Rose (4/30) with a RBI double

Career Highs Hits: 1, twice RBI: 1, twice Runs: 1 twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

CAMDEN

35 David Butler

OROLOGIO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart

Class: Senior Position: 1B/C Height: 6-4, 1B/C Hometown: Coram, NY High School: Longwood

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘14, Spring ‘15, Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in 15 games with seven starts • Hit .346, while recording nine hits including two doubles and one homerun • Scored three runs and tallied seven RBI’s • Went 3-for-4 in his first appearance of the season against Stonehill (3/10) with four RBI’s and a run scored • Went 2-for-3 with two RBI’s including a double and a walk against Queens (4/29)

2016

• Played in 19 games with eight starts • Posted nine hits with five RBI and four runs scored

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs

• Tallied a double and a home run • Went 2-for-3 versus West Virginia Wesleyan (2/27) with a RBI • Recorded two RBI and a run scored on a 3-for-4 game, including a home run, against Franklin Pierce (3/5/16) • Doubled home a run and scored once versus American International (4/17)

2015

• Made 25 appearances with 10 starts • Collected seven hits and three runs • Recorded a hit at nationally ranked Nova Southeastern (3/15)

At Longwood

• Four-year varsity letter winner • Played three years on varsity basketball

Personal

• Son of Janet and Loud • Speech pathology major • Father was an All-American baseball player at Farmingdale

Hits: 3 vs. twice RBI: 4 vs. Stonehill (3/10/17) Runs: 1, multiple times

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

ED

35 David Butler

BARAM

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele

Class: Junior Position: P Height: 6-3 Hometown: Saddle Brook, NJ High School: Saddle Brook

Honors and Awards

• NE10 All-Rookie Team (2016) • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in 13 games with 10 starts, posting a 4-4 record with a 2.70 ERA • Over 60.0 IP, struck out 49 batters and allowed opponents to a .256 average • Gave up one run (unearned) in his best start of the season over 8 IP with six strikeouts against New Haven (4/3) • Had three straight appearances, a total of 10 innings, in which he gave up one run or less (4/15-4/23) • Fanned a career-high 10 batters over seven innings in 5-1 win over Pace (4/18)

15 Daniel Taggart

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24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

• NE10 All-Rookie Team • Made 14 appearances while making seven starts • Finished with a 4-2 mark and one save • Tossed 45.1 innings with 34 strikeouts and 3.38 ERA • Earned the save with five pitches and two outs versus SCSU (3/19) • Logged seven innings with four strikeouts for the victory against Philadelphia (3/22) • Moved to 2-0 against Dominican (3/31) with five innings and three strikeouts • Earned a win against New Haven (4/23) in relief by pitching 1.2 innings • Threw five innings with three strikeouts for a win against Queens (5/7)

At Saddle Brook

• Three-time First Team All-League honoree • All-County Third Team

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger

2016

Career Highs Strikeouts: 10, vs. Pace. 4/18/17 Innings Pitched: 8.0, vs. New Haven, 4/3/17

Personal

• Son of Ed • Business and finance major

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

TYLER

35 David Butler

BECKER

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele

Class: Sophomore Position: 3B/IF Height: 6-0 Hometown: Manorville, NY High School: Eastport South Manor

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017 • • • • • •

Made 20 appearances, including five starts Hit .200 in 30 plate appearances, with three doubles and two triples Recorded his first collegiate hit (triple) and RBI against Wilmington (Del.) (3/11) Had a season high two RBIs against Nyack (5/3) Drew two walks and stole two bases against Saint Anselm (3/25) Posted 22 assists and a .903 fielding % in the infield

At Eastport South Manor

• National Honor Society member • All-County twice, 2nd Team All-Long Island, member of the Suffolk County All-Star Team • Two time Newsday Top 100 Player

Personal

• Son of Brian and Jennifer • Undeclared major

15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 1, multiple times RBIs: 2, vs. Nyack, 5/3/17 Runs: 1, multiple times

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6 Chelsea Abreu 24 Chandley Borges 3 Kailey Broderick 20 Kateri Brooks

BRANDON

WARICK

11 Alessandra Catalanotti 36 Tamar Epps 7

Christina Ferrara

12 Alyssa Gillespie 1

Jill Graziano

19 Molly Fetherston 21 Kerry Ann Flavin 16 Alison Johnson

Class: Freshman Position: C Height: 5-11, C Hometown: South Brunswick, NJ High School: St. Joseph

42 Megan Keener 40 Jennifer Keogh 17 Emma Lemanski 9 Paige Lewis 35 Emily Perry 31 Hailey Peterson

At St. Joseph

• Helped team win the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament championship as a senior • Home News Tribune All-GMC in his final season, when he posted a caught stealing mark of 31 percent behind the plate and the third-highest batting average (.361) among full-time starters with seven doubles, three homers, 31 hits and 18 RBI • Led the state in HBP and drew 12 walks for a team-leading .509 OBP as a senior as well • Named to the Frank Gavigan GMCBCA Senior All-Star Game

14 Beth Ann Pierce 22 Maggie Delli Pizzi 8 Kole Pollock 41 Olivia Ressa 23 Lena Riportella 13 Michele Scannell 25 Allison Schneider 15 Leana Snyder 2 Nina Soto 28 Allison Stackpole 26 Kaitlyn Stackpole 10 Nicki Stanco 5 Maeve Testa 4 Shea Weber

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

KIERAN

35 David Butler

MCLAUGHLIN

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson

Class: Junior Position: P Height: 6-4 Hometown: Levittown, NY High School: Division

2017

• Made 11 appearances for a total of 16 IP • Posted a 3.94 ERA with five strike outs and holding opponents to a .274 BA • Had nine scoreless appearances, not giving up an earned run in his last eight appearances on the season • Struck out a season high two batters in 1.2 IP versus Le Moyne (5/6)

2016

• Made two appearances, pitching an inning in each • Struck out one versus Wheeling Jesuit (2/28)

At Division

• All-League and All-Conference honoree

Personal

• Son of Maureen and Joe • Brother, Shane, played soccer for Adelphi • Criminal justice major with aspirations of becoming a police officer

9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Strikeouts: 2, vs Le Moyne (5/6/17) Innings: 2.2 vs. Queens (N.Y.) (4/29/17)

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

ROBERT

35 David Butler

SCIARROTTA

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello

Class: Junior Position: P Height: 5-11 Hometown: Holbrook, NY High School: Sachem North (Dowling/Suffolk C.C.)

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Red shirt

Personal

• Son of Rob and Antoinette • Criminal Justice major

21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

MATTHEW

35 David Butler

O’CONNOR

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor

Class: Graduate Student Position: P Height: 6-1 Hometown: Massapequa, NY High School: Kellenberg (Nassau C.C.)

3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart

2017 • • • • • •

Made 11 appearances with nine starts Tossed 55 innings striking out 35 batters and walking 15 Notched a 4.25 ERA over a 3-5 record Struck out a season high eight batters in a shutout performance over Caldwell (3/14) Allowed just one earned run over his final ten innings pitched on the season Surrendered just three earned runs over back-to-back victorious starts, while striking out nine over 14.1 IP

2016 • • • • • • •

Started nine games with 15 appearances Posted a 2.62 ERA with three wins and 58.1 innings pitched Struck out 35 batters Fanned four batters in two innings versus Southern New Hampshire (3/14) Tossed seven shutout innings for the win against Stonehill (4/2) with two strikeouts Allowed just three hits in seven innings at Pace (4/13) Recorded seven strikeouts versus New Haven (4/24) throughout eight innings towards the win

At Kellenberg

30 Michael Tarpey

• Team MVP and All-League honoree as a senior

56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs

Personal

• Son of Robert and Kathleen • Marketing major

Strikeouts: 8, vs. Caldwell 3/14/17 Innings: 8.1 vs. Saint Rose, 4/14/17

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

MICHAEL

35 David Butler

TARPEY

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart

Class: Senior Position: P Height: 6-6 Hometown: Bronx, NY High School: Fordham Prep

Honors and Awards

• NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring ‘15)

2017

• Appeared in 16 games, mainly as the closer and set-up man • Posted a 2.05 ERA over a 3-1 record in 22 IP • Struck out 17 batters, while surrendering just five walks • Struck out three batters in 2.1 clean IP versus Molloy (3/23) • Recorded a save against Pace (4/5) in a clean sheet with one K over 1 IP • Gave up just one earned run over his first 14 appearances on the season • Struck out five batters in his season finale over 3 IP

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Strikeouts: 6 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (2/27/16) Innings: 6.0 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (2/27/16)

2016 • • • •

Started twice within 15 appearances Recorded three wins along with one save Logged 23.2 innings and 24 strikeouts Struck out six in 6.0 innings versus West Virginia Wesleyan (2/27) • Recorded the save versus Southern Connecticut (3/6) with two strikeouts in a hit-less ninth • Posted three strikeouts in three innings at Southern New Hampshire (4/10) • Earned the win versus American International (4/16) with one inning and two strikeouts

2015

• Made four starts in 16 appearances • Struck out 22 batters in 31.1 innings of work • Logged four innings with four strikeouts against Molloy (3/16)

Personal

• Son of Megan Tarpey and John Revell • Exercise science major

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AUSTIN

35 David Butler

COLE

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello

Class: Freshman Position: P Height: 6-7 Hometown: Tivoli, NY High School: Red Hook Senior

At Red Hook Senior

• Earned the Red Hook Superior Athlete Award • Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game High School Preseason All-American High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game USA

Personal

• Son of Billy and Beth • Undeclared major

21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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DAVID

35 David Butler

BUTLER

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Class: Senior Position: P/1B Height: 6-3 Hometown: Garden City, NY High School: Garden City Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘14, Spring ‘15, Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17) • D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award (2016)

2017

• Recorded 18 appearances in middle relief, anchoring the bullpen throughout the season • Second on the team in ERA, posting a career-low 1.80 on the season • Threw 30 innings, striking out 30, while allowing just six earned runs • Turned aside a season-high six batters in 4 IP versus Saint Michael’s (3/26) • Didn’t surrender an earned run until his fifth appearance of the season versus St. Thomas Aquinas (3/11) • Allowed opponents to a .241 average

2016

• Made 15 appearances including one start • Combined for 15.0 innings on the mound, striking out 21 • Struck out three in an inning of work against Dominican (3/31)

Career Highs Strikeouts: 6, twice Innings Pitched: 4.0, twice

• Started the first three innings versus Felician (4/20) with six strikeouts • Picked up two strikeouts against Southern Connecticut State (5/3) in a 1.1 innings

2015

• Made 10 appearances • Struck out 12 in 13.1 innings • Threw 0.2 innings in debut against Nova Southeastern (3/13) • Notched three innings against Pace (4/8) with three strikeouts • Logged two innings with three strikeouts versus Caldwell (4/29)

At Garden City

• Named All-Long Island Second Team and All-County • Conference MVP • Two-time All-League • Team MVP • William J. Lucano Award winner • Went 4-1 in his senior year with 50 strikeouts in 37.2 innings • 9-1 career league record with 95 strikeouts and a 1.75 ERA

Personal • • • •

Son of Barbara and Dave Mother attended Adelphi Accounting major Aspires to become a CPA

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NICK

35 David Butler

PALMERINI

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan

Class: Sophomore Position: P Height: 6-0 Hometown: Northport, NY High School: Northport (SUNY Purchase)

At SUNY Purchase (2017)

• Pitched 19.2 innings across seven games • Started in five of his seven appearances

At Northport • • • •

All League and All-Suffolk County selection Named a Newsday Second Team All-Long Island pick Also selected to the Grand Slam Challenge Long Island All Star game A Sixth-Team All-State honoree

Personal

• Son of Chris • Sister Brittany attends Adelphi • Business majory

28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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TROY

35 David Butler

SIMPSON

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini

Class: Sophomore Position: RHP Height: 6-1 Hometown: Ridge, NY High School: Longwood

2017

• Did not pitch due to injury

At Longwood

• Honor Roll member • Scholar Athlete • All-League

Personal

• Son of Nancy and Eric • Exercise science major • Aspirations of becoming a physical therapist

99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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MICHAEL

35 David Butler

DEMAREST

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson

Class: Junior Position: P Height: 5-11 Hometown: East Islip, NY High School: East Islip

Honors and Awards

• NE10 All-Rookie Team (2016) • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in 20 games, logging 16.1 innings • Allowed just six earned runs over his final 13 appearances on the season • Struck out a season-high of five batters in a three inning effort versus STAC (4/17), where he didn’t allow an earned run • Threw a scoreless sheet in his second longest appearance on the season, striking out one over 1.2 IP at AIC (4/22)

9 Max Steele

2016

• Appeared in 24 games, logging 31.0 innings • Went 1-2 with three saves, striking out 29 • Pitched two scoreless innings with a strikeout versus Point Park (2/26) • Struck out four in 3.0 innings of work, both season-highs, at Franklin Pierce (4/9) • Picked up three straight saves in a threegame series against New Haven (4/23-24) by pitching one inning per-game, combining for four strikeouts

Personal

• Son of Scott and Diane • History major • Aspires to become a high school history teacher

15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Strikeouts: 5, vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas, 4/17/17 Innings: 3.0, twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

TYLER

35 David Butler

WARSHEFSKIE

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Class: Senior Position: C Height: 5-9 Hometown: Staten Island, NY High School: New Dorp

Honors and Awards

2015

2017

At New Dorp

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘14, Fall ‘15, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17) • Appeared in 23 games while starting 11 behind the plate • Posted a .262 average and added 10 RBIs • Drove in a season-high three runs against Wilmington (3/11) and Saint Rose (4/14)

2016

• Played in 20 games with 14 starts • Recorded 12 hits including three doubles and a home run • Scored eight runs with five RBI • Doubled with two RBI versus Wheeling Jesuit (2/28) • Went 2-for-3 against Southern New Hampshire (3/14) • Homered versus Stonehill (4/2) towards a run scored and a RBI

• Made one start in 11 appearances • Recorded a hit at Stonehill (5/8) • Two-time Staten Island Advance All-Star • NYC All-City • Recipient of the Muche-Ohalek Award, Tom O’Connor Memorial Award, Ed Elliot Memorial Award, New Dorp High School Coaches’ Award, Ed Chigliotti Memorial Scholarship and President’s Education Award • Played in the Staten Island Senior Game for Autism Awareness • Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame Candidate (2013)

Personal

• Son of Robert Warshefskie and Monica DeFlippo • Biology major

Career Highs Hits: 2, multiple times RBI: 3, twice Runs: 2, vs. SCSU, 4/12/17

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JACK

35 David Butler

RYAN

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini

Class: Freshman Position: C Height: 6-0 Hometown: East Northport, NY High School: John H. Glenn

At John H. Glenn • • • • •

Three-year varsity baseball player All-League selection Also played a year of varsity football and wrestling Won the Presidential Award for academics having a average of 90 for four years Part of the Freshman Buddy Program to mentor incoming freshmen

Personal

• Son of Woody and Sharon • Father played baseball at Slippery Rock • Majoring in computer and management information systems

99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

NICOLAS

35 David Butler

LUC

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello

Class: Freshman Position: P Height: 5-10 Hometown: Farmingdale, NY High School: Farmingdale

At Farmingdale

• Newsday Long Island Top 100 selection • Two-time New York State Scholar Athlete Award recipient • Member of the Varsity Leaders Club and the Farmingdale Youth Council

Personal

• Son of Marcelo and Lucia • Undeclared major • Hopes to become an elementary school teacher and maybe one day a principal

21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

TOM

35 David Butler

AMBROSINO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio

Class: Sophomore Position: P Height: 6-2 Hometown: Staten Island High School: St. Joseph By The Sea

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in 14 games on the mound with one start • Made his first appearance against Stonehill (3/10), allowing two hits in a scoreless 1.1 innings • Pitched 19 total innings with a 4.26 ERA on the season with a 1-2 record • Pitched 3.1 innings in first college start against Saint Thomas Aquinas (4/7), allowing two runs and striking out three

36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Innings Pitched: 3.1, vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas. 4/17/17 Strikeouts: 3, vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas, 4/7/17

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

THOMAS

35 David Butler

COLOMBO

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan

Class: Junior Position: 1B/OF Height: 5-10 Hometown: Lindenhurst, NY High School: St. John the Baptist

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16)

2017

• Appeared in 25 games at first base and at DH, starting in 19 • Hit .264 with 19 hits and 10 RBIs • Went 3-for-3 with three runs scored, four RBIs and two doubles in game against Assumption (4/9) • Third on the team for putouts (117) with a 1.000 fielding %

28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson

30 Michael Tarpey

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

At St. John the Baptist • • • • •

Three-year varsity starter Two-time All-League Captain and Offensive MVP in 2015 Two-time CHSAA League champion Two-time All-Academic selection

• Son of Pete and Julie • Business major

15 Daniel Taggart

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• Played in 17 games with eight starts • Notched six hits with three runs, two RBI and three doubles • Went 1-for-2 versus Wheeling Jesuit (2/28) with a double • Posted a 2-for-4 game at Lynn (3/18) with a double • Notched two RBI with a double versus Philadelphia (3/22)

Personal

9 Max Steele

56 Lucas Terwilliger

2016

Career Highs Hits: 3, vs. Assumption, 4/9/17 RBI: 4, vs. Assumption, 4/9/17 Runs: 3, vs. Assumption, 4/9/17

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

BRANDON

35 David Butler

MORSE

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart

Class: Junior Position: OF Height: 6-4 Hometown: Ronkonkoma, NY High School: Connetquot

Honors and Awards

• Third Team All-Conference • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Started 41 contests in left field • Posted a .300 average that was good enough for fourth best on the team while posting the second highest slugging percentage with .467 • Tied for first with home runs with five and third on the team in RBIs with 28 • Had 12 multi-hit games four three-hit games • Drove in a season-high four runs against Assumption (4/9) • Slugged eight doubles and racked up 70 total bases

30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 5 vs. Wilmington (3/12/16) RBI: 4, vs. Assumption (4/9/17) Runs: 3 vs. Dominican (3/31/16)

2016

• Started 35 of 38 games played in • Collected 36 hits while scoring 14 runs with 13 RBI • Recorded five doubles, a triple, and a home run • Went 2-for-4 versus Wilmington (3/11) with two runs and a RBI • Posted a 5-for-5 games against Wilmington (5/12) that included a double and a RBI • Batted 3-for-4, including a triple, with three runs scored and two RBI versus Dominican (3/31) • Knocked a two-run home run against Southern Connecticut (4/8) • Went 2-for-5 with a double, two runs scored and a RBI at Franklin Pierce (4/9)

At Connetquot

• All-County twice, All-Long Island and AllState

Personal

• Son of Roanne and Lee • Criminal justice major • Aspires to become a police officer

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

LUCAS

35 David Butler

TERWILLIGER

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse 14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele

Class: Junior Position:, 3B Height: 6-1 Hometown: Elmira, NY High School: Corning Painted-Post

Honors and Awards

• NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ‘15, Spring ‘16, Fall ‘16, Spring ‘17)

2017

• Appeared in 16 contests, starting four of them • Posted a .391 average in his sophomore campaign • Had a career high four hits against Nyack (5/3), with a double, an RBI and two runs scored

2016

• Played in six games with two starts • Recorded a RBI against Dominican (3/31) • Notched two hits versus American International (4/16) with a run scored and a double

At Corning Painted-Post

• All-Conference • Conference champion • Two-time All-Conference in soccer • Won the soccer Sectional Championship

Personal

• Son of Tom and Keli • Exercise science major • Father played basketball for Cortland; Grandfather ran at Brockport • Aspires to become a physical therapist or athletic trainer for a professional sports team

15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

Career Highs Hits: 4, vs. Nyack, 5/3/17 RBI: 1, twice Runs: 2, twice

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13 Daniel Alfonzo 45 Tom Ambrosino 22 Ed Baram 23 Tyler Becker

JOSH

35 David Butler

ROVNER

6 Kory Cassara 2 Michael Cattani 12 Lawrence Cicileo 34 Austin Cole 49 Thomas Colombo 40 Michael Demarest 8 Jonathan Iadevaia 29 Matthew O’Connor 3 Tim O’Connor 20 Kevin Krippel 43 Nicolas Luc 10 Brett Malm 17 Jordan Milo 55 Brandon Morse

Class: Freshman Position: P Height: 6-4 Hometown: Medford, NY High School: Patchogue-Medford

At Patchogue-Medford

• All-League and All-League Academic selection • Threw a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and no walks in victory over Brentwood (4/10/17)

Personal

• Son of Hal and Celeste • On the pre-med track and wants to pursue a career in cardiology

14 Mark Novello 21 Camden Orologio 36 Nick Palmerini 99 Josh Rovner 42 Jack Ryan 28 Robert Sciarrotta 37 Troy Simpson 9 Max Steele 15 Daniel Taggart 30 Michael Tarpey 56 Lucas Terwilliger 7

Jack Thorsen

24 Brandon Warick 41 Tyler Warshefskie 18 Steven Withers

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2018 Adelphi Baseball Schedule Date 3/3 3/3 3/4/17 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/5

Opponent Franklin Pierce University (DH) Franklin Pierce University (DH) Franklin Pierce University Mercy College Wilmington University (DEL.) Caldwell University American Int’l College University of New Haven (DH) Saint Thomas University (DH) Molloy College Lynn University Southern Connecticut Barry University LIU Post Nyack College Mercy College Franklin Pierce University (DH) Franklin Pierce University (DH) Southern New Hampshire (DH) Southern New Hampshire (DH) LIU Post Pace University Le Moyne College Le Moyne College (DH) Le Moyne College (DH) Southern Connecticut Mercy College Stonehill College Bentley University (DH) Bentley University (DH) University of Bridgeport Pace University College of Saint Rose College of Saint Rose Southern Connecticut Kutztown University American Int’l College (DH) American Int’l College (DH) American Int’l College University of Bridgeport Pace University NYIT NYIT (DH) NYIT (DH) Southern Connecticut University of New Haven University of New Haven (DH) University of New Haven (DH)

Location Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Florida Broward CC Florida St. Thomas Miami Lynn University Florida St. Thomas Miami Miami Gardens, FL Barry University Boca Raton, FL Florida Broward CC Miami Shores, FL Brookville, NY Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Dobbs Ferry, NY Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Pleasantville, NY Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field New Haven, CT Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field North Easton, MA Waltham, MA Waltham MA Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Albany, NY Albany, NY Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Kutztown, PA Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Bridgeport, CT Pleasantville, NY Old Westbury, NY Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field Garden City, NY/William J. Bonomo Field

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The Northeast-10 Conference The Northeast-10 Conference is an NCAA Division II conference that was established in 1979. The conference consists of 15 member institutions located throughout the Northeast in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. With the addition of women’s golf in 2014-15, the NE10 now sponsors a total of 24 sports. The institutions that make up the Northeast-10 are Adelphi University (Garden City, N.Y.), American International College (Springfield, Mass.), Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.), Bentley University (Waltham, Mass.), Franklin Pierce University (Rindge, N.H.), Le Moyne College (Syracuse, N.Y.), Merrimack College (North Andover, Mass.), University of New Haven (West Haven, Conn.), Pace University (Pleasantville, N.Y.), Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.), Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, Vt.), The College of Saint Rose (Albany, N.Y.), Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven, Conn.), Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, N.H.), and Stonehill College (Easton, Mass.). The conference’s 15 member institutions are spread geographically from Syracuse, N.Y. to Waltham, Mass. and from Colchester, Vt. to Garden City, N.Y. Many of the members are located in or around the metropolitan areas of Albany, Boston, Manchester, New Haven, Worcester and New York City. The Northeast-10 was proud to welcome the New Haven and Adelphi in the conference’s latest expansion, adding to the powerful union of strong academic and athletic institutions. In addition, LIU Post (Brookville, N.Y.) is an associate member of the NE10 in the sports of field hockey and football. The Northeast-10 has evolved into a membership committed to competitive athletics programs that emphasize the education, both on and off the field, of more than 6,000 student-athletes. Among the many accomplishments of these institutions are NCAA Division II national championships in women’s basketball, women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. The conference is coming off another successful year, collecting four national titles in 2015-16. Two champions from the NE10 were crowned at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships during the winter season. First it was American International’s Chandler Cotton, Jr., Kemani Hume, Leakey Kipkosgei and Chad Miller claiming the men’s distance medley relay title with a time of 9:48.02. Then Merrimack’s Carly Muscaro won the women’s 400-meter dash title with a time of 52.34 the following night. Muscaro wasn’t quite finished, however, as she defended her 400-meter dash crown at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship, winning her

second individual national championship of 201516 by finishing the 400 in 51.32, just .03 seconds shy of the meet record. The very next day, Le Moyne defeated Limestone, 8-4, to win its fifth NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship and cap off a perfect 20-0 season. When it came to NCAA postseason selections, the NE10 once again had another sensational year with 44 teams chosen to participate in national tournaments during the year. In addition, student-athletes from 32 different men’s and women’s golf, swimming and diving, cross country, and indoor and outdoor track & field teams competed for national titles. Of those 44 teams earning NCAA bids, 14 different Northeast-10 institutions were represented. Seven NE10 teams reached the national semifinal round, while three teams played in their respective sport’s national title game. It was a record year for the Northeast-10 academically in 2015-16 as well. Five NE10 institutions achieved a department Academic Success Rate (graduation rate) of at least 90 percent. Four achieved a score of 95 percent or better, ranking them in the top seven nationally. A record 61 percent of the league’s student-athletes were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll in the spring with 243 posting a perfect 4.0 GPA. Another new record was set this summer with the release of Team Academic Excellence awards, as 75 percent of the league’s 292 teams achieved a team GPA of 3.0 or higher. The NE10 also honored 247 student-athletes as members of its academic all-conference teams during the fall, winter and spring seasons. The Northeast-10 also remains focused on its community endeavors. The conference has built a strong partnership with Team IMPACT, a non-profit organization that matches children with life-threatening illnesses with college sports teams. In 2015, the NE10 became the first ‘fully-matched’ conference in Division II, as at least one team from each member institution has matched with a Team IMPACT child. More than 60 NE10 teams currently have matches through Team IMPACT. The conference’s fundraising efforts for Make-A-Wish are also more than any other Division II conference in the country over the past decade. Through the establishment and enforcement of regulations, the conference aims to encourage policies that enable intercollegiate athletics programs to contribute to and be considered an integral part of the total educational offerings at our member institutions. The Northeast-10 can look to a long history of success including the growth from seven original member institutions to more than double its size 36 years later, the contention for and winning of multiple national championships, and the recognition of student-athlete performances off the field and in the classroom.

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2011 Northeast-10 Champions

Adelphi Wins First NE-10 Title In Program History In Rain-Shortened Championship OLD WESTBURY, NY - On May 15, 2011, Adelphi University won the 2011 Northeast-10 Conference Championship as the final series between the Panthers and Franklin Pierce University was unable to be played due to rainy conditions. The Panthers, who served as the host for the championship, won each of their games during the weekend, defeating Franklin Pierce 8-5 on Friday afternoon, and then knocking off Southern Connecticut State University 6-2 on Saturday. Adelphi received solid pitching performances during the weekend, with Robert Nixon throwing a complete game in the first win, and Mike Scudero going the distance in an impressive win over So. Connecticut, the regular season champions.

2011 NE-10 All-Championship Team Mike Scudero, Adelphi Omar Velazquez, Adelphi Anthony Zarrella, Adelphi Gregg Downing, Franklin Pierce Zach Mathieu, Franklin Pierce Matt Jacobs, UMass Lowell Tim Shea, So. Connecticut Most Valuable Player Omar Velazquez

Due to rain which fell throughout the evening on Saturday and into Sunday morning, the championship game(s) could not be played. Franklin Pierce knocked off So. Connecticut on Saturday afternoon to earn a berth into the NE-10 Championship, but would have had to defeat Adelphi in two straight games to earn the title.

2011 NE-10 Final Standings

NE-10 Overall So. Connecticut* 21-4-1 45-9-1 Adelphi# 19-6-1 36-14-2 Franklin Pierce 19-7 40-14 UMass Lowell 18-8 37-14 New Haven 14-12 26-18 Stonehill 13-12 30-18 Saint Anselm 13-13 23-22 So. New Hampshire 12-14 25-22 American Int’l 11-15 17-25 Assumption 10-16 19-29 Saint Rose 9-17 17-28 Bentley 8-18 15-29 Pace 7-18 16-28-1 Merrimack 6-20 14-28 *NE-10 Regular Season Champions #NE-10 Tournament Champions

2011 NE-10 Tournament

Wednesday, May 11 #3 Franklin Pierce 3, #6 Stonehill 2 #4 UMass Lowell 1, #5 New Haven 0 (15) Friday, May 13 #2 Adelphi 8, #3 Franklin Pierce 5 #1 So. Connecticut 4, #4 UMass Lowell 3 #3 Franklin Pierce 3, #4 UMass Lowell 2 Saturday, May 14 #2 Adelphi 6, #1 So. Connecticut 2 #3 Franklin Pierce 7, #1 So. Connecticut 6 Sunday, May 15

#2 Adelphi vs. #3 Franklin Pierce (Rained Out)

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Honors & Awards NCBWA All-American 2007 2007 2013 2014

Mike Myers, 2nd Team Mike Testani, Honorable Mention Dillon McNamara,2nd Team Richard Mejia, Honorable Mention

ABCA All-American 2015 2013 2011 2000 1999 1999 1997 1993 1985 1984 1984 1978 1973

Jonathon Mulford, 2nd Team Dillon McNamara, 2nd Team Robert Nixon, 2nd Team Henry Castillo, 3rd Team Nick Clark, 2nd Team Jeff Tyler Nick Clark, 3rd Team Dan DeMilt Bill O’Connor Tom Meier Dave Takach Frank Intagliatta Joe Sambito

Daktronics All-America

2013 Dillon McNamara 2014 Richard Mejia

Northeast Region Player of the Year 1993

Dan DeMilt

ECAC Player of The Year 1999 1993

Nick Clark Dan DeMilt

D2CCA All- American 2017

TJ Santiago

Pitcher of the Year 2017

TJ Santiago. Adelphi, Sr.

NCBWA Northeast Region 2015 2014 2014 2013 2013 2010 2010 2009 2009 2007 1999

Jonathon Mulford. 2nd Team Richard Mejia, 1st Team Cliff Brantley, 1st Team Dillon McNamara, 1st Team Vincent Sharkey, 2nd Team Keith Couch, 2nd Team Justin Ciamillo, 2nd Team Ryan Boelsen, 2nd Team Keith Couch, 2nd Team Mike Myers, Pitcher of Year Jeff Tyler, Pitcher of the Year

Northeast Region Coach of the Year 1999 1997 1996 1993

Ronald Davies Ronald Davies Ronald Davies Ronald Davies

Northeast Regional Tournament MVP 1996

Paul Marquardt

Northeast Regional All-Tournament 2011 2011 2009 2009 2009 2007 2007 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996

Robert Nixon Lucas Romeo Justin Ciamillo Bill Melillo Robert Nixon Mike Colonna Mike Testani Tom Allessandro Paul Marquardt John Musmacker Greg Raynes Mike Rockwood

NCAA Div. II East AllRegion First Team 2017

TJ Santiago – Adelphi

ABCA All-East Region 2015 2013 2013 2012 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2007 2007 2007 2007 2005 2002 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1991 1991

Jonathon Mulford, 2nd Team Dillon McNamara, 1st Team Vincent Sharkey, 2nd Team Anthony Zarrella, 2nd Team Omar Velazquez, 1st Team Robert Nixon, 1st Team Mike Scudero, 2nd Team Justin Ciamillo, 2nd Team Richard McCarren, 2nd Team Keith Couch, 1st Team Ryan Boelsen, 2nd Team Bill Melillo, 2nd Team Mike Myers, 1st Team Mike Testani, 1st Team Ryan Boelsen, 2nd Team Bobby Lanigan, 2nd Team Thomas Cali, 2nd Team Bryan Galligan Henry Castillo, 1st Team Guy Napolitano, 2nd Team Nick Clark, 1st Team Greg Raynes, 2nd Team Jeff Tyler, 1st Team Nick Clark, 1st Team Frank Inzirillo Paul Marquardt, 2nd Team Brian Pierce, 2nd Team Greg Raynes, 1st Team Eric Mann, 2nd Team Greg Raynes, 2nd Team Mike Rockwood Eric Mann, 1st Team Greg Maresco, 2nd Team Paul Marquardt, 1st Team Steve Lukas Mike McNamara Chris DeFlorio, 3rd Team Dan DeMilt, 1st Team Dominic Gatti Mike McNamara, 3rd Team Ken Maser, 3rd Team Dominic Gatti Dan Mascia Dominic Gatti Ken Loonan

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Honors & Awards 1990 1990 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1978

Scott Davis, 2nd Team George Hoeler, 2nd Team Bill O’Connor Bill Emmert, 1st Team Paul Leparik Keith Meisner Bill O’Connor Tom Meier, 1st Team Dave Takach, 1st Team John Matteo

Daktronics Northeast Region 2015 Jonathon Mulford, 2nd Team 2014 Richard Mejia, 1st Team 2014 Cliff Brantley, 1st Team 2013 Dillon McNamara, 1st Team 2013 Vincent Sharkey, 2nd Team 2010 Keith Couch 2009 Ryan Boelsen 2009 Keith Couch 2007 Mike Myers, Pitcher of Year

All-New York State 1985 1984 1984 1984

Bill O’Connor Paul Leparik Keith Meisner Bill O’Connor

Rawlings Gold Glove East Region 2014

Robert Stack, 2nd Team

All-NE10

2018 2018 2018 2018 2017 2017 2017 2017 2016 2016 2016 2016

Steven Withers, Second Team Lucas Terwilliger, Third Team Max Steele, All-Rookie Mark Novello, All-Rookie TJ Santiago, 1st Team Steven Withers, 1st Team Brett Malm, 2nd Team Brandon Morse, 3rd Team Michael Demarest, All-Rookie Ed Baram, All-Rookie Alex Zykoff, 3rd Team Robert Vani, 3rd Team

2016 2015 2015 2015 2015 2014 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

TJ Santiago, 1st Team Jonathon Mulford, 1st Team Nick Zito, 2nd Team Robert Vani, 2nd Team Kory Cassara, All-Rookie Richard Mejia, 1st Team Cliff Brantley, 1st Team Eric Hassell, All-Rookie TJ Santiago, All-Rookie Dillon McNamara, 1st Team Vincent Sharkey, 1st Team Kevin Hutzel, 2nd Team Richard Mejia, 2nd Team Anthony Zarella, 2nd Team Donato Signore, 3rd Team Jonathon Mulford, All-Rookie Donato Signore, All-Rookie Anthony Zarrella, 2nd Team Robert Nixon, 1st Team Omar Velazquez, 1st Team Rich McCarren, 2nd Team Mike Scudero, 2nd Team Jonathan Gonzalez, 3rd Team Stephen Bove, All-Rookie Justin Ciamillo, 1st Team Keith Couch, 1st Team Richard McCarren, 1st Team Robert Nixon, 1st Team Anthony Anzalone, 3rd Team

NE10 All-Tournament 2014 2014 2011 2011 2011 2010

Matt Abramowitz Richard Mejia Omar Velazquez, MVP Mike Scudero Anthony Zarrella Richard McCarren

NE10 Pitcher of the Year 2017

TJ Santiago

NE10 Coach of the Year 2011

Dom Scala

All-ECC 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 1999 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997

Ryan Boelsen, 1st Team Keith Couch, 1st Team Bill Melillo, 2nd Team Rob Paccione, 2nd Team Chris Weidlein, 3rd Team Matt Kenney, 3rd Team Bobby Lanigan, 1st Team Rob Paccione, 1st Team Matt Kenney, 2nd Team Mike Scudero, 2nd Team Mike Mongiello, 3rd Team Mike Testani, 1st Team Mike Myers, 1st Team Ryan Boelsen, 2nd Team Bobby Lanigan, 2nd Rob Paccione, 3rd Team Mike McLasky, 3rd Team Thomas Cali, 2nd Team Ricky Nicholson, 2nd Team Nick Testani, 2nd Team Stephen Malvagna, 3rd Team Brian Rath, 3rd Team Bobby Lanigan, 3rd Team Mike Myers, 3rd Team Doug Anderson, 1st Team Thomas Cali, 2nd Team Mike Thompson, 2nd Team Mike Joyce, 2nd Team Frank Alesia, 2nd Team Edward Driscoll, 1st Team Bryan Galligan, 1st Team Chris Zinkiewicz, 2nd Team Jon Doyle, 1st Team Bryan Galligan, 2nd Team Erik Pelkaus, 1st Team Bryan Rose, 1st Team Henry Castillo, 1st Team Jon Doyle, 1st Team Guy Napolitano, 1st Team Nick Clark, 1st Team Nick Clark, 1st Team Darren DePass, 1st Team Mike Rayola, 1st Team Tom Alessandro, 1st Team Nick Clark, 1st Team

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Honors & Awards 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993

Brian Pierce, 2nd Team Mike Rayola, 2nd Team Greg Raynes, 2nd Team Nick Clark, 2nd Team Christian Kivita, 2nd Team Eric Mann, 2nd Team Paul Marquardt, 1st Team Tom Cromer, 1st Team Greg Maresco, 2nd Team Paul Marquardt, 2nd Team Chris DeFlorio Dan DeMilt Dominic Gatti Steve Lucas Mike McNamara

ECC Rookie of The Year 2006 1995

Bobby Lanigan Paul Marquardt

ECC Scholar-Athlete of The Year 2007 2006 2005

Mike Myers Brian Rath Brian Rath

ECC Coach of the Year 2005 1993

Dom Scala Ronald Davies

ECAC South Player of the Year 1991

Dominic Gatti

All-ECAC 2017 2017

Steven Withers – Adelphi TJ Santiago – Adelphi

ECAC All-Star 2015 2013 2013 2013 2011 2011 2010 2007 2007 1999 1999 1994 1993 1992 1992 1991 1989

Jonathon Mulford Dillon McNamara Anthony Zarella Vincent Sharkey Robert Nixon Omar Velazquez Rich McCarren Mike Myers Mike Testani Nick Clark Jeff Tyler Steve Lukas Dominic Gatti Dominic Gatti Dan Mascia Dominic Gatti Ken Loo

All-Knickerbocker 1990 1990 1982 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1977 1977 1977

Dominic Gatti George Hoeler David Takach Steve Ciavarella Ray Cardinale Bill Gaffney Mike Heiser George Mercerod Jim Moran Dan Pepio Brian Roerdan Doug Williams Bob Foster Bill Gaffney Frank Gugliemo

CoSIDA Academic All-America 1999 1995 1992 2017

Nick Clark Steve Lukas Dominic Gatti Robert Vani

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2006 1994 1993 1992 1991

Pat O’Neill Steve Lukas Dominic Gatti Dominic Gatti Dominic Gatti

Adelphi Hall of Fame 1961 1961 1968 1973 1980 1992 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 2000 2001 2007 2009 2011 2014 2016

John Miele ‘53 Richard Kuster ‘54 Ron Davies ‘59 Louis Consenza ‘68 Joe Sambito Al Davis Rowland Copeland ‘53 Charles Reilly ‘74 Dominic Gatti ‘93 Bill O’Connor ‘86 Tom Lauritano ‘82 Bill Gaffney ‘79 Helmut Bohringer ‘89, ‘97 James A. Doland ‘70 Nicholas Clark ‘99 David Takach, ‘86 Russ Huber ‘69 Jeff Tyler ‘00 Michael Myers ‘07, MBA ‘08

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Single-Season Records Batting Average (min. 2 at bats per game)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dominic Gatti (‘91) Frank Intagliata (‘78) Jon Doyle (‘01) Dominic Gatti (‘93) Ken Ward (‘75) Art Rubenstein (‘81) Dominic Gatti (‘92) Gary Maertz (‘81) Mike Heiser (‘78) Bob Cook (‘81)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Dominic Gatti (‘93) Dan DeMilt (‘93) Mike Testani (‘07) Nick Clark (‘99) Cliff Brantley (‘14) Chris DeFlorio (‘93) Ryan Boelsen (‘07) Gary Maertz (‘81) Nick Clark (‘97) Henry Castillo (‘00) Erik Pelkaus (‘01)

Hits

Home Runs

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Gary Maertz (‘81) Henry Castillo (‘00) Nick Clark (‘99) Nick Clark (‘98) Paul Marquardt (‘97) Bob Cook (‘81) Bill O’Connor (‘85) Gus Scacco (‘83) Tom Lauritano (‘82) Nick Clark (‘97) Mike Rayola (‘98)

Runs Batted In

1. 2. 3. 5.

Henry Castillo (‘00) Paul Marquardt (‘97) Nick Clark (‘99) Gary Maertz (‘81) Tom Lauritano (‘82) Steve Lukas (‘93)

.486 .481 .470 .466 .461 .448 443 .4405 .4403 .440

88 79 78 76 76 75 75 74 74 72 71

24 22 19 17 16 15 15 14 13 13 13

72 67 63 63 56 56

7. 9. 10.

Nick Clark (‘97) Mike Testani (‘07) Nick Clark (‘98) Bill O’Connor (‘85) Chris Finnican (‘88)

Runs

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Nick Clark (‘99) Dan DeMilt (‘93) Henry Castillo (‘00) Nick Clark (‘97) Bill O’Connor (‘85) Dominic Gatti (‘93) Tom Meier (‘84) Chris DeFlorio (‘93) Tommy Alessandro (‘97) Ray Grube (‘82)

Doubles

1. 2. 6. 7. 10.

Steve Lukas (‘94) Peter Castoro (‘86) Paul Marquardt (‘95) Erik Pelkaus (‘01) Mike Testani (‘07) Dan Duverge (‘94) Nick Clark (‘99) Bob Russo (‘88) Jon Doyle (‘00) Chris Finnican (‘88) Greg Maresco (‘88) Rob Paccione (‘07) Omar Velazquez (‘11) Richard Mejia (‘14)

At Bats

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Dan DeMilt (‘93) Nick Clark (‘99) Chris DeFlorio (‘93) Tommy Alessandro (‘97) Omar Velazquez (‘11) Mike Testani (‘07) Ryan Boelsen (‘07) Ryan Boelsen (’08) Richard Mejia (‘14) Dominic Gatti (‘93) Rob Paccione (09)

55 55 52 51 51

70 65 63 61 60 57 56 54 54 51

20 18 18 18 18 17 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14

208 207 198 197 194 192 191 191 191 189 189

Triples 1. 2. 6. 8.

Chris DeFlorio (‘93) Tom Meier (‘84) Bill O’Connor (‘84) Chris DeFlorio (‘91) Norm Baratta (‘94) Thomas Cali (‘03) Tom Rizzutto (‘94) 10 tied with

8 7 7 7 7 6 6 5

Bases on Balls 1. 2. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Rayola (‘99) Brian Pamatat (‘96) Jim Moran (‘80) Ray Grube (‘80) Tim Byrnes (‘87) Greg Raynes (‘99) Norm Barrata (‘93) Bill Gaffney (‘78) Tom Rizzuto (‘95) Dominic Gatti (‘93) Helmut Bohringer (‘88)

47 42 41 41 39 38 38 36 35 34 33

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Omar Velazquez (‘11) Nick Clark (‘97) Dominic Gatti (‘91) Dominic Gatti (‘92) Dominic Gatti (‘93) Nick Clark (‘99) Rob Paccione (‘09) Tim Byrnes (‘87) Tommy Alessandro (‘97) Ray Grube (‘82) Cliff Brantley (‘14)

42 36 33 31 31 30 28 27 25 24 24

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Single-Season Records Wins

1. 3. 4. 7.

Bobby Lanigan (‘07) Jeff Tyler (‘99) Robert Nixon (‘11) David Takach (‘84) Mike McNamara (‘93) Mike Myers (‘07) Guy Napolitano (‘00) Bobby Lanigan (’06) Keith Couch (‘09) Robert Nixon (‘10)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Nixon (‘11) Mike Scudero (‘11) David Takach (‘84) Mike McNamara (‘93) Keith Couch (‘09) Paul Leparik (‘85) Guy Napolitano (‘00) Jonathan Gonzalez (‘11) Jeff Tyler (‘99) Dan Mascia (‘91)

Innings Pitched

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Dillon McNamara (‘13) Mike Thompson (‘05) Bill Foster (‘77) Mike Colona (09) Mike Cranston (’15) Matt Abramowitz (‘12) John Donnelly (‘14) Jimmy Milani (‘11) Darren DePass (‘97) Mike Rockwood (‘96) Anthony Cotilletta (‘99) Neil Bergelt (‘75) Tom Capobianco (‘89) Rob Chlupsa (‘95) Chris Weidlein (‘07) Mike McLasky (‘07) Steven Kuhn (‘16) Michael Demarest (‘16) David Butler (‘18)

12 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

113.1 95.0 94.1 90.1 89.1 89.0 87.2 84.2 84.0 83.1

13 9 9 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Strikeouts

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Robert Nixon (‘11) Jonathan Gonzalez (‘11) David Takach (‘84) Bobby Lanigan (‘07) Bobby Lanigan (’08) Mike Scudero (‘11) Paul Leparik (‘85) Keith Couch (‘10) Brian Roerden (‘80) Dan Mascia (‘92) TJ Santiago (‘17)

104 99 94 94 87 87 83 83 80 78 81

ERA (Min. 1 IP x Team GP)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Andrucki (‘74) 1.13 Joe Gulick (‘70) 1.17 Joe Sambito (‘73) 1.27 Keith Couch (09) 1.31 Robert Nixon (‘11) 1.43 Jeff Tyler (‘99) 1.50 Mike Rockwood (‘96) 1.51 David Takach (‘84) 1.72 Jonathon Mulford (’15) 1.76 T.J. Santiago (’17) 1.57

Complete Games

1. 3. 7. 8.

Robert Nixon (‘11) David Takach (‘84) Jeff Tyler (‘99) Paul Leparik (‘85) Paul Leparik (‘84) Mike Myers (‘07) Frank Inzirillo (‘97) Guy Napolitano (‘00) Joe Sambito (‘73) John Doyle (‘74) Charlie Locasto (‘82) David Takach (‘83) Keith Meisner (‘84) Mike McNamara (‘93) Keith Couch (‘09)

Current Players in BOLD

10 10 9 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Shutouts 1. 6.

John Doyle (‘74) 3 Frank Inzirillo (‘97) 3 Keith Couch (‘09) 3 Robert Nixon (‘09) 3 Robert Nixon (‘11) 3 Jonathan Gonzalez (‘11) 2 Robert Nixon (‘10) 2 Guy Napolitano (‘00) 2 Jeff Tyler (‘99) 2 Joe Sambito (‘73) 2 Gary Kipling (‘73) 2 John Doyle (‘75) 2 Charlie Locasto (‘82) 2 David Takach (‘83) 2 Keith Meisner (‘84) 2 Ken Maser (‘93) 2 Mike McNamara (‘94) 2 Bobby Lanigan (‘07) 2 T.J. Santiago (’17) 2

Appearances 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Mike Cranston (‘14) Oren Rasowsky (‘11) Michael Demarest (‘16) Mike McLasky (’08) Chris Murphy (‘12) Mike Cranston (’15) Nikolas Batas (’15) David Butler (‘18) Mike Thompson (‘05) Chris Pabisch (‘12) Teddy Rohrs (‘09) Ricky Van Allen (’15) Matt Abramowitz (‘12) James McCormack (‘12) Michael Demarest (‘17) Mike McLasky (’07) Jimmy Milani (‘11)

NCAA Team Champions 1981 1978 1979 1980

Batting Average Runs Per Game Runs Per Game Runs Per Game

26 25 24 23 23

22 21 21 21 20 20 20 19 19

.380 10.22 10.98 10.33

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Career Records Batting Average (min. 100 hits) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dominic Gatti (90-93) Ken Loonan (88-89) Bill O’Connor (83-85) Jon Doyle (98-01) Tom Lauritano (80-82) Frank Alesia (04-05) Chris Finnican (88-89) Art Rubenstein (80-82) Dan DeMilt (90-93) Charlie Reilly (72-74) Gus Scacco (82-84)

At Bats

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nick Clark (96-99) Richard Mejia (11-14) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Steve Lukas (91-94) Nick Zito (12-15) Greg Raynes (96-99) Eric Pelkaus (00-04) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Dan DeMilt (90-93)

Hits

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dominic Gatti (90-93) Nick Clark (96-99) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Dan DeMilt (90-93) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Steve Lukas (91-94) Eric Pelkaus (00-04) Ryan Boelsen (07-09) Thomas Cali (03-06) Richard Mejia (11-14) Greg Raynes (96-99)

Home Runs

.448 .400 .397 .393 .381 .381 .379 .3754 .3746 .374 .370*

658 638 628 618 616 607 601 600 581 574

277 238 231 215 214 213 197 195 193 193 189

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Nick Clark (96-99) Gary Maertz (80-81) Mike Rayola (96-99) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Bill O’Connor (83-85) Don Hagen (86-89) Gus Scacco (82-84) Bob D’Orio (85-88) Greg Raynes (96-99) Henry Castillo (2000)

Runs Batted In

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nick Clark (96-99) Steve Lukas (91-94) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Mike Rayola (96-99) Erik Pelkaus (00-04) Greg Raynes (96-99) Dan DeMilt (90-93) Don Hagen (86-89) George Hoeler (87-91)

Runs

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nick Clark (96-99) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Dan DeMilt (90-93) Jon Doyle (98-01) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Steve Lukas (91-94) Bob Russo (86-89) George Hoeler (87-90) Bill O’Connor (83-85)

51 35* 32 31 28 28 24* 23 22 22

193 164 162 160 158 136 133 126 121 118

207 182 181 160 149 148 141 140 137 130

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Steve Lukas (91-94) Erik Pelkaus (00-04) Nick Clark (96-99) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Greg Raynes (96-99) Peter Castoro (84-87) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Jon Doyle (98-01) Thomas Cali (03-06) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Ryan Boelsen (07-09)

53 48 45 45 43 43 43 40 37 35 35

Triples 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Bill O’Connor (83-85) Tom Meier (82-84) Barrata (92-94) Thomas Cali (03-06) Paul Marquardt (95-98) Bob D’Orio (85-88) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Anthony Cotilletta (98-01) Augie Ortiz (80-83) Tim Byrnes (85-87) Helmut Bohringer (86-89) Bryan Galligan (99-02) Frank Alesia (04-05) Richard Mejia (11-14)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Darren DePass (95-98) Mike Rayola (96-99) George Hoeler (87-90) Bob Russo (86-89) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Steve Lukas (91-94) Dominic Gatti (90-93) Tom Rizzuto (92-95) Tim Byrnes (85-87) Peter Castoro (84-87)

Bases on Balls

22 15 13 13 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

119 116 102 101 99 93 91 90 85 85

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Career Records Stolen Bases

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dominic Gatti (90-93) Nick Clark (96-99) George Hoeler (87-90) Tim Byrnes (85-87) Chris DeFlorio (90-93) Bob Russo (85-89) Tommy Alessandro (96-97) Darren DePass (95-98) Dan DeMilt (90-93) Paul Marquardt (95-98)

Wins

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Robert Nixon (08-11) Mike Myers (04-07) Jonathon Mulford Mike McNamara (93-96) David Takach (82-84) Guy Napolitano (97-00) Eric Mann (93-96) Paul Leparik (82-85) Ken Maser (92-95) Keith Couch (08-10) Mike Scudero (07-11)

Innings Pitched

1. Robert Nixon (08-11) 2. Jonathon Mulford (13-16) 3. Mike McNamara (93-96) 4. Chris Zinkiewicz (02-06) 5. Mike Scudero (07-11) 6. G. Napolitano (97-00) 7. Keith Couch (08-10) 8. Mike Myers (04-07) 9. Bobby Lanigan (06-08) 10. T.J. Santiago (2017)

103 94 65 55 51 50 47 45 44 43

28 23 23 22 21* 20 19 18 18 18 18

278.2 266.4 257.2 254.0 252.1 243.2 238.2 233.1 220.1 264.0

Shutouts 1. 2. 3. 6.

Robert Nixon (08-11) John Doyle (73-75) David Takach (82-84) Frank Inzirillo (97-98) Bobby Lanigan (06-08) Keith Meisner (83-86) Mike McNamara (93-96)

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5.

Dillon McNamara (10-13) Mike Thompson (03-06) Bill Foster (1977) Tom Capobianco (88-91) Matt Abramowitz (11-14) Darren DePass (95-98) Mike Gentils (83-85) Steve Lukas (91-94) Mike Rockwood (93-96) Jimmy Milani (10-13)

6 5 4* 4 4 3 3

15 10 9* 7 6 6 5 5 5 5

Strikeouts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Nixon (08-11) 242 Bobby Lanigan (06-08) 241 Mike Scudero (07-11) 235 Keith Couch (08-10) 224 Jonathon Mulford 212 David Takach (82-84) 205* Paul Leparik (82-85) 200 Mike Myers (04-07) 186 Chris Zinkiewicz (02-06) 177 T.J. Santiago (2017) 242

ERA (Min. 100 IP)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Andrucki (74-76) David Takach (82-84) Jonathan Gonzalez (10-11) John Doyle (73-75) Robert Nixon (08-11) Bobby Lanigan (06-08) Mike McNamara (93-96) Mike Scudero (07-11) Mike Rockwood (93-96) T.J. Santiago (2017)

Complete Games 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

David Takach (82-84) Paul Leparik (82-85) Mike McNamara (93-96) Robert Nixon (08-11) Scott Davis (87-90) Frank Inzirillo (97-00) John Doyle (73-75) Mike Myers (04-07) Andy Taylor (85-86) Ken Maser (92-95)

21* 18 15 15 14 13 12 12 11 11

Appearances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Cranston (12-15) David Butler (15-18) Robert Nixon (08-11) Matt Abramowitz (11-14) Jonathon Mulford (13-16) T.J. Santiago (2017) Mike Thompson (03-06) Chris Zinkiewicz (02-06) Mike Scudero (07-11) Tom Capobianco (88-91) Chris Widmer (02-05) Mike Myers (04-07)

Current Players in BOLD *Player’s career included unavailable seasons

1.82* 2.16* 2.17 2.26 2.62 2.66 3.07 3.24 3.36 2.86

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ADELPHI IN THE NCAAS

The Adelphi baseball program has received a total of 16 invitations to the NCAA Division II Baseball Tournament and earned four trips to the College World Series, including two appearances in the third round of the College World Series. The Panthers’ last trip to the College World Series came in 1999 and ended with a second round 12-9 loss to Virginia State.

1972 East Regional Adelphi 1-2

1974 Northeast Regional Adelphi 0-2

1975 Northeast Regional Adelphi 0-2

1977 Northeast Regional Adelphi 1-2

1981 Northeast Regional Adelphi 2-2

1986 Northeast Regional Le Moyne 9, Adelphi 3 Adelphi 16, Bryant 7 New Haven 7, Adelphi 4

1989 Northeast Regional Adelphi 2, Springfield 1 (10) New Haven 6, Adelphi 2 New Haven 5, Adelphi 2

1992 Northeast Regional Sacred Heart 2, Adelphi 0 Springfield 14, Adelphi 8

1993 Northeast Regional

Adelphi 10, Springfield 2 Adelphi 5, New Haven 0 Adelphi 5, Springfield 4 College World Series 1st Round S.C. - Aiken 13, Adelphi 12 Adelphi 6, Mo.- St. Louis 4 2nd Round Adelphi 7, S.C.- Aiken 6 3rd Round Cal Poly SLO 11, Adelphi 5

1996 Northeast Regional

Adelphi 8, Merrimack 2 Adelphi 3, New Haven 2 Adelphi 9, Merrimack 2 College World Series 1st Round Adelphi 4, Shippensburg 3 College World Series 2nd Round Kennesaw State 8, Adelphi 7 (10) Adelphi 5, So. Colorado 4 (10)

College World Series 3rd Round Adelphi 4, St. Joseph’s 2 St. Joseph’s 8, Adelphi 3

1997 Northeast Regional

Adelphi 11, St. Rose 2 UMass Lowell 11, Adelphi 2 Adelphi 8, UMass Lowell 3 Adelphi 8, UMass Lowell 6 College World Series 1st Round Tampa 13, Adelphi 1

1999 Northeast Regional

Adelphi 5, Concordia 4 Adelphi 7, Merrimack 6 Adelphi 9, UMass Lowell 8 (10) College World Series 1st Round Adelphi 18, Ashland 15 College World Series 2nd Round Cal State-Chico 11, Adelphi 3 Virginia State 12, Adelphi 9

2005 Northeast Regional So. Connecticut 6, Adelphi1 Franklin Pierce 12, Adelphi 4

2007 Northeast Regional Adelphi 5, Bryant 4 Adelphi 4, Caldwell 0 Franklin Pierce 7, Adelphi 2 Bryant 10, Adelphi 0

2009 Northeast Regional Adelphi 5, Dowling 1 Adelphi 2, Assumption 0 Adelphi 9, Wilmington 6 Dowling 1, Adelphi 0 Dowling 4, Adelphi 0

2011 Northeast Regional

Adelphi 2, Dowling 0 Adelphi 6, Wilmington 5 Adelphi 7, So. Connecticut 1 So. Connecticut 9, Adelphi 1 So. Connecticut 2, Adelphi 1

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All-Time Record American Int’l 16-17 Armstrong 4-10 Armstrong Atlantic 1-2 Ashland Ohio 1-0 Assumption 13-3 Augusta State 0-8 Barry 2-4 Baruch 3-0 Bellarmine 1-0 Bentley 12-7 Binghamton 1-0 Bloomfield 9-1 Bluefield St. 1-0 Briarcliffe 4-1 Bridgeport 31-13 Brooklyn College 12-6 Brown 0-1 Bryant 3-5 Cal Poly 0-1 Caldwell 9-6 CCNY 10-1 Central Connecticut 2-0 Chico State 0-1 Coker 0-1 Columbia 1-0 Concordia 59-33-1 Delaware Valley 1-0 Dominican 18-10 Dowling 56-46 Drexel 3-2 Fairleigh Dickinson 4-5 Felician 9-4 Franklin Pierce 10-17 Florida Tech 0-4 Fordham 0-2 Georgia Southern 1-0 Grand Valley 1-3

Hartwick 1-3 Hillsdale 1-0 Hofstra 23-5 Howard 2-0 Hunter 9-0 Iona 4-5 John Jay 8-4 Kennesaw 0-1 King’s Point 8-2 Kutztown 5-5 Labanon 0-1 Lehigh 0-1 Lehman 14-4 Le Moyne 8-13 Lewis 1-3 LIU 2-4 LIU Post 26-15-1 Lincoln Memorial 1-0 Lynn 0-10 Madonna 0-1 Manhattan 7-2 Manhattanville 9-0 Mansfield St. 7-4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1-0 McKendree 1-1 Mercy 62-20-1 Mercyhurst 3-4-1 Merrimack 19-2 Miami 0-1 Millersville 1-1 Missouri 1-0 Missouri Baptist 1-0 Missouri - St. Louis 1-0 Molloy 41-14 Monmouth 3-2 Moravion 1-0

Montclair 9-10-1 Mount St. Mary’s 0-1 Muhlenberg 1-0 New Hampshire 6-2 New Haven 29-49 New York Aggies 2-0 NJ Tech 8-1 North Central 6-1 Northfolk 1-1 Northwood 6-5 Nova Southeastern 2-5 Nyack 5-1 NYIT 8-10 Old Westbury 3-0-1 Oswego St. 6-4 Pace 30-19-1 Palm Beach Atlantic 1-2 Philadelphia 35-13 Pittsburgh 0-1 Point Park University 1-0 Pratt 4-0 Queens 80-23 Quinnipiac 11-6 Rampo 2-0 Regis 0-4 Rhode Island 1-0 Rider 0-2 Rollins 1-0 Rutgers 5-4 Sacred Heart 16-11 Savannah 7-2 SE Mass. 1-0 Seton Hall 3-2 Shippensburg 1-0 SIU - Edwardsville 1-4 South Dakota 0-2 Southwestern 0-2

Southern Colorado 1-0 So. Connecticut. 21-16-2 Southern Illinois 0-3 Southern New Hampshire 5-7 Springfield 8-5 Saint Anselm 5-6 Saint Michael’s 2-2 St. Francis 7-1 St. John’s 4-7 St. Joseph’s 1-0 St. Lawrence 1-1 St. Rose 40-36 St. Thomas Aquinas 27-17-1 St. Thomas 0-1 Staten Island 7-2 Stonehill 8-7 Stony Brook 22-7 Tampa 0-1 Teikyo Post 1-2 UMass Lowell 15-9 University of the Sciences 1-0 Upsala 1-1 USC - Aiken 1-1 USMMA 4-0 Virginia Wesleyan 2-1 Wagner 6-1-1 Wayne 0-2 WCU-B 0-1 Westchester 0-4 Western Connecticut 0-2 West Georgia 0-3 West Virginia St. 0-2 Wheeling Jesuit 2-0 William Paterson 0-4 Wilmington U 0-1 York 1-0

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Year-by-Year Records 1948

1966

1949-1958

1967

Team Record: 9-6

No Data Available

1959

Team Record: 12-11

1960-1963 No Data Available

1964

Team Record: 7-7*

*Results not Complete Oswego State MIT Bridgeport Monmouth LIU St. John’s Rider Pace Seton Hall C.W. Post NY Aggies So. Connecticut Hunter Kings Point Hofstra Queens St. Francis Pratt Institute Brooklyn College Fairleigh Dickinson NY Maritime

L 11-3 W 11-4 W 10-8 L 6-1 L 7-6 L 3-2 L 15-6 W 7-0 W 9-8 L 10-5 W 9-7 W 6-2 W 26-2 L 8-4

St. John’s Brooklyn College LIU Hunter Kings Point NY Tech Pace Pratt Queens Rider St. Francis Bridgeport Stony Brook Hofstra C.W. Post

Team Record: 20-7-1

L 7-0 W 5-4 L 18-1 W 4-1 W 5-3 W 16-6 W 15-0 W 6-1 L 5-3 L 3-1 W 5-4 L 5-0 W 10-3 W 3-1 L 2-1

1968

Team Records: 17-8

1969

Team Record: 11-9

1970

Team Record: 10-12 Team Record: 16-7-1

3/27 St. Francis 3/30 Oswego State 4/1 Pace 4/4 Queens 4/5 New Haven 4/6 Lehman 4/8 Hartwick 4/8 Hartwick 4/10 Iona 4/13 St. John’s 4/15 Hunter 4/17 Hofstra 4/19 NY Tech Pratt 4/25 Brooklyn 4/26 Montclair 4/27 So. Connecticut 4/28 Binghamton 4/29 Bridgeport 4/29 Bridgeport 5/2 Hofstra 5/4 Central Connecticut 5/5 Kings Point 5/6 Quinnipiac 5/6 Quinnipiac 5/9 C.W. Post 5/10 LIU 5/13 Stony Brook 5/13 Stony Brook

W 1-0 W 4-0 W 9-8 W 11-3 W 3-1 L 11-3 L 2-0 W 6-3 L 4-2 L 7-2 W 2-1 W 5-1 W 9-2 W 22-0 W ?-2 W 5-0 T 11-11 W 18-2 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 8-6 W W W W L L L

2-0 11-3 5-1 8-4 6-4 3-2 5-1

1973

1971

St. John’s Oswego St. Oswego St. Pace Bridgeport Hofstra Team Record: 6-11 Queens *Records Not Complete So. Connecticut Oswego State W 7-6 NY Tech Queens L 8-6 Hunter NY Aggies W 12-6 Central Conn. Bridgeport L 3-2 Central Conn. Monmouth L 6-0 Stony Brook Manhattan L 7-6 Hofstra Hunter W 2-1 Iona St Francis Brooklyn C.W. Post Pratt Rider Montclair Seton Hall Lehman College Pratt Institute C.W. Post So. Connecticut Monmouth Hofstra Pace NYIT Kings point Pace Hartwick Hartwick

1965

1972

No Records

Team Record 11-6

Team Record: 19-7 L 5-1 L 15-8 W 4-2 T 2-2 L 6-4 W 6-4 W 17-10 L 9-2 W 4-2 W 6-2 W 11-2 W 10-6 W 10-1 L 4-1 L 10-11 W 3-1 W 22-2 W 6-5 W 9-3 W 4-1 W 5-1 W 14-5 L 7-5 L 7-2 L 2-1

4/1 Oswego 4/6 St. John’s 4/7 Queens 4/9 Hunter 4/13 So. Connecticut 4/14 Stony Brook 4/14 Stony Brook 4/16 Brooklyn 4/17 Hofstra 4/19 New Haven 4/20 Pratt 4/21 Bridgeport 4/21 Bridgeport 4/24 Montclair State 4/27 Iona 4/28 Rutgers 4/29 John Jay 5/1 Kings Point 5/2 LIU 5/3 Pace 5/4 Hofstra 5/5 Quinnipiac 5/5 Quinnipiac 5/7 NY Tech 5/8 C.W. Post 5/9 St. John’s

Cancelled W 5-0 L 5-3 W 5-2 W 3-0 W 11-0 W 8-6 W 12-3 L 4-0 L 5-1 W 20-0 L 7-1 L 7-5 W 4-1 Cancelled Cancelled W 20-5 W 8-5 L 12-9 W 24-11 W 7-5 L 5-2 W 3-2 W 10-3 W 4-0 Cancelled

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Year-by-Year Records 5/10 Lehman 5/12 Hartwick 5/16 Queens 5/18 Bridgeport 5/19 Montclair State

W Cancelled W W W

25-5 7-2 7-0 6-5

1974

No Data Available

1975

Team Record: 24-5

1976

Team Record: 15-15-1

1977

Team Record: 27-8-1

3/12 Florida Tech 3/14 Florida Tech 3/26 So. Connecticut 3/26 So. Connecticut 3/31 Iona 4/1 Seton Hall 4/2 Brooklyn 4/3 Bridgeport 4/3 Bridgeport 4/4 C.W. Post 4/7 Hofstra 4/8 Hunter 4/9 Wagner 4/11 St. John’s 4/12 Lehman 4/13 Baruch 4/15 LIU 4/16 NY Tech 4/18 Pace 4/20 St. Francis 4/22 St. John’s 4/23 Queens 4/28 Kings Point 4/29 John Jay 5/1 Stony Brook 5/1 Paterson 5/2 York 5/4 C.W. Post 5/5 Hofstra 5/8 Montclair St. 5/11 CCNY 5/13 Pace 5/15 NY Tech 5/19 Le Moyne 5/19 C.W. Post 5/20 Le Moyne

L 8-6 L 9-1 W 9-2 W 10-4 W 15-1 W 7-6 L 6-1 W 7-2 W 8-6 T 3-3 W 7-5 W 8-1 W 10-2 L 5-4 W 11-2 W 17-1 W 10-4 W 13-3 W 12-5 W 9-3 L 7-3 W 15-4 W 5-2 W 14-10 W 5-4 W 9-5 W 21-4 W 16-6 W 11-3 W 12-3 L 3-2 W 6-4 W 5-0 L 13-12 W 11-4 L 8-7

1978

Team Record: 25-11 3/13 Rollins 3/? Florida Tech 3/28 Iona 3/31 Wagner 4/1 CCNY 4/3 C.W. Post 4/5 Hunter 4/6 Hofstra 4/7 Lehman 4/8 Bridgeport 4/8 Bridgeport 4/9 Oswego 4/9 Oswego 4/10 St. John’s 4/11 NY Tech 4/14 LIU 4/15 Pace 4/16 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/17 Manhattan St. John’s Stony Brook Stony Brook Montclair State So. Connecticut Kings Point St. Francis Queens Pace

W 14-12 L 11-8 W 5-0 L 5-4 W 23-6 L 8-6 W 13-0 L 6-1 W 7-5 W 1-0 L 4-3 W 10-1 W 2-1 W 3-1 L 9-1 W 11-0 W 13-4 L 10-5 W 14-2 W 8-4 W 16-2 W 8-0 L 19-12 W 13-9 W 13-0 W 13-6 W 13-1 L 11-8

1979

Record: 18-6

1980

Team Record: 25-8

3/17 Mansfield State 3/21 Georgia Southern 3/27 Iona 3/28 Sacred Heart 4/1 Fordham 4/2 NY Tech 4/8 St. Francis 4/11 Manhattan 4/12 Queens 4/12 Queens 4/13 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/13 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/15 Kings Point 4/16 NY Tech 4/17 Dowling 4/17 Dowling 4/18 Stony Brook 4/19 Fairleigh Dickinson

W W W L L L W W W W L W W L W W W W

16-2 7-3 14-3 10-7 3-2 3-2 15-8 10-8 35-8 10-1 6-2 12-3 20-0 6-5 9-0 3-0 11-0 5-3

4/19 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/20 Montclair State 4/22 Pace 4/23 Hofstra 4/24 CCNY 4/25 Brooklyn 4/26 Hunter 4/27 C.W. Post 5/1 Hofstra 5/2 Rutgers 5/3 St. John’s 5/6 Lehman 5/7 Wagner 5/9 Brooklyn 5/10 NY Tech

W W W W W W W L W L L W W W W

5-4 6-1 5-2 17-1 24-1 15-3 26-7 9-2 12-4 5-4 10-2 13-1 13-7 4-3 8-4

1981

Team Record: 35-9-3

1982

Team Record: 24-12

Drexel Mansfield State North Central Northwood St. Lawrence Fordham Seton Hall Oswego St. Francis Hofstra Brooklyn Dowling Pace CCNY Bridgeport Bridgeport Mercy Fairleigh Dickinson Rutgers Lehman NY Tech Wagner Wagner Stony Brook Dowling Hofstra Queens USMMA NY Tech John Jay John Jay Staten Island Iona Queens Pace Brooklyn

L 6-5 L 7-6 W 16-12 W 8-0 W 7-5 L 5-4 L 10-7 L 4-0 L 5-2 W 6-2 L 12-4 W 9-4 W 6-2 W 15-1 W 12-2 W 11-3 L 8-5 W 24-6 L 23-14 W 7-1 L 15-2 W 18-2 W 19-11 W 19-4 W 10-1 W 3-0 W 17-3 W 26-5 W 10-0 W 19-8 L 14-13 W 8-4 L 10-6 W 17-6 W 5-1 W 13-2

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Year-by-Year Records 1983

Team Record: 21-13-1

Miami Mansfield State Rhode Island Bellarmine Northwood New Hampshire North Central Stony Brook Seton Hall USMMA Concordia Dowling Mercy Hofstra Hofstra Lehman John Jay Manhattanville Wagner Wagner Montclair State Pace Brooklyn St. Francis St. Francis NY Tech NY Tech Queens Manhattan Staten Island CCNY Iona Dowling Mercy Concordia

L 7-3 L 6-0 W 2-1 W 9-7 W 6-5 W 9-4 W 1-0 W 9-0 L 11-1 W 17-4 W 1-0 W 13-7 L 4-2 L 9-8 (10) W 18-5 W 7-1 L 5-4 W 16-8 L 11-6 T 5-5 L 7-1 L 7-4 W 23-2 W 17-6 W 3-0 L 6-5 L 15-4 W 15-2 W 13-9 W 10-8 W 20-0 L 12-6 W 4-3 (11) W 14-2 L 6-5

1984

Team Record: 30-6-1 Mansfield North Central Delaware Valley Northwood Mansfield Moravian C.W. Post Dowling Pace Monmouth Monmouth Bridgeport Bridgeport Stony Brook Concordia Queens

W 8-1 W 12-8 W 5-4 W 16-3 W 13-4 W 10-1 W 11-3 W 9-3 L 2-1 W 7-0 W 10-1 W 10-0 W 16-7 W 8-0 W 11-6 W 11-6

C.W. Post Rutgers USMMA Manhattanville Wagner Wagner Montclair State John Jay Hofstra Hofstra Dowling NY Tech NY Tech Brooklyn Manhattan Staten Island CCNY Mercy Pace Quinnipiac New Haven New Haven

W 6-4 W 10-0 W 22-1 W 5-4 (10) W 7-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (13) W 8-1 W 5-2 W 3-2 W 7-6 (10) L 4-3 L 7-0 W 23-6 W 24-1 L 12-10 W(forfeit) 9-0 W 7-2 W 6-3 W 7-3 L 6-5 L 11-2

1985

Team Record: 26-17

3/16 North Central 3/17 Drexel 3/17 Mansfield State 3/18 Northwood 3/19 Drexel 3/20 McKendree 3/21 Drexel 3/22 North Central 3/28 Seton Hall 3/29 Hofstra 3/30 Pace 3/30 Pace 4/2 Lehman 4/3 C.W. Post 4/4 Staten Island 4/5 Oswego 4/5 Oswego 4/6 Concordia 4/6 Concordia 4/8 Concordia 4/11 John Jay 4/12 Sacred Heart 4/13 Dowling 4/13 Dowling 4/16 Iona 4/17 Rutgers 4/18 NY Tech 4/20 Queens 4/20 Queens 4/21 C.W. Post 4/22 Queens 4/24 Kings Point

L L L L W W W W W W W L W W W W L L W L W W L W L L L W W W W W

5-3 8-5 10-8 9-6 10-1 5-4 5-2 11-9 12-8 12-7 1-0 9-1 8-5 13-12 16-12 7-5 5-3 4-3 4-1 4-1 (6) 13-4 9-6 2-7 20-7 10-6 1-0 12-4 8-1 8-4 8-4 8-1 18-10

4/25 Stony Brook 4/26 Hofstra 4/27 Mercy 4/27 Mercy 4/29 Mercy 4/30 NY Tech 5/1 Brooklyn 5/4 Pace 5/5 Manhattanville Queens Pace

W 18-4 L 8-4 W 10-8 W 11-9 W 8-4 L 10-1 L 9-8 L 4-2 W 10-6 W 3-2(11) L 8-2

1986

Team Record: 31-6

New Hampshire Mansfield Mansfield Rutgers Rutgers Kutztown Mansfield North Central CCNY New Haven Manhattanville Stony Brook Hofstra Dowling Dowling Dowling Sacred Heart Mercy Mercy Mercy Kings Point Concordia Concordia Queens Queens Lehman Hofstra Quinnipiac Queens Lehman John Jay Staten Island Dowling Concordia Lemoyne Bryant New Haven

W 4-3 W 10-5 W 5-4 W 5-3 W 6-2 W 13-4 W 4-3 W 5-1 W 5-1 L 5-4 W 7-2 W 10-4 W 11-10 W 16-1 W 10-6 W 11-5 W 7-5 L 9-7 W 3-0 L 9-7 W 7-6 W 3-1 W 5-4 W 11-3 W 5-3 W 10-2 W 7-5 L 11-0 W 5-4 W 10-2 W 7-6 W 9-3 W 12-1 W 8-7 L 9-3 W 16-7 L 7-4

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Year-by-Year Records 1987

Team Record: 21-16

3/14 Upsala 3/14 Bloomfield 3/15 Mansfield 3/16 Merrimack 3/17 New Hampshire 3/17 Missouri Baptist 3/17 Iona 3/18 New Hampshire 3/18 McKendree 3/19 West. Conn. St. 3/20 St. Lawrence 3/20 Brown 3/21 North Central 4/1 Hofstra 4/2 Stony Brook 4/9 Manhattanville 4/10 Sacred Heart 4/11 Mercy 4/11 Mercy 4/12 New Haven 4/14 Queens 4/15 Rutgers 4/16 Staten Island 4/20 Dowling 4/20 Dowling 4/22 Hofstra 4/23 CCNY 4/26 Quinnipiac 4/27 Concordia 4/27 Concordia 4/30 John Jay 5/2 Queens 5/2 Queens

L 5-3 W 5-0 W 9-6 L 16-7 W 15-4 W 8-7 W 12-4 L 9-3 L 2-1 L 10-9 L 11-6 L 9-5 W 7-3 W 7-4 W 17-7 W 23-17 L 13-7 L 2-1 W 9-1 L 15-4 W 24-3 L 11-9 W 9-3 L 6-5 W 13-4 W 19-17 W 20-3 W 15-14 L 8-3 W 6W 6-2 W 17-2 W 14-1

1988

Team Record: 28-12-1

Columbia New Hampshire Bloomfield New Hampshire SE Mass. Upsala Millersville Manhattan Missouri Fairleigh Dickinson L New Haven Dowling Lehman Stony Brook Concordia Concordia Hofstra

W 4-0 L 6-4 W 3-2 W 12-1 W 10-6 W 10-8 W 4-3 W 14-2 W 4-3 10-0 L 25-3 W 5-0 L 10-8 L 3-1 W 10-4 W 6-1 W 7-2

Sacred Heart Dowling Dowling Hofstra Rutgers Staten Island Queens Queens Pace CCNY Queens Mercy Mercy Mercy Manhattanville John Jay Dominican Dominican New Haven Concordia USMMA Quinnipiac Mercy Millersville

W 12-11 L 9-8 L 10-8 W 18-0 W 6-5 W 18-13 W 5-1 W 11-0 W 10-8 W 15-4 W 20-2 W 8-5 W 9-2 W 22-14 W 23-2 L 5-3 W 2-1 L 5-1 L 4-17 W 16-5 W 12-0 W 4-3 L 5-2 L 9-5

1989

Team Record: 27-12-1

3/18 Mansfield 3/19 Rutgers 3/20 St. Rose 3/22 Concordia 3/22 Dominican 3/23 W. Connecticut 3/23 Drexel 3/24 Merrimack 3/25 St. John’s (MN) 3/27 Queens 3/28 Lehman 4/2 Mercy 4/2 Mercy 4/7 New Haven 4/9 Hofstra 4/10 Dowling 4/11 Baruch 4/12 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/13 John Jay 4/14 Staten Island 4/17 Concordia 4/17 Concordia 4/18 Hofstra 4/20 Manhattanville 4/21 CCNY 4/23 Mercy 4/24 Sacred Heart 4/25 Montclair State 4/26 Dominican

L 4-3 (7) W 6-4 (7) L 8-7 (5) T 6-6 (7) W 14-5 (7) L 7-6 (7) W 1-0 (7) W 8-3 (7) W 6-5 W 15-5 L 5-4 W 8-5 W 3-1 W 7-2 W 5-2 (6) W 16-0 W 8-1 L 4-0 W 8-6 W 13-5 W 6-5 W 13-0 W 2-1 W 23-5 W 22-2 W 31-9 W 15-5 W 4-3 L 6-5

4/27 Stony Brook 4/28 New Haven 4/29 Queens 4/29 Queens 5/1 Dowling 5/4 Dowling 5/7 Mercy 5/14 Concordia 5/19 Springfield 5/20 New Haven 5/20 New Haven

W 9-6 L 10-0 W 1-0 W 7-5 L 7-3 (7) L 4-1 (7) W 9-4 L 2-1 W 2-1(10) L 6-2 L 5-2

1990

Team Record: 14-22

3/14 Fairleigh Dickinson L 3/18 Springfield 3/19 So. Illinois 3/19 Armstrong St. 3/20 Howard 3/21 Springfield 3/22 Howard 3/23 Armstrong St. 3/24 So. Illinois 3/25 West Georgia 3/26 Concordia 3/27 Lehman 3/29 CCNY 4/5 Staten Island 4/8 New Haven 4/9 Queens 4/10 Manhattanville 4/12 Stony Brook 4/14 Mercy 4/14 Mercy 4/16 Mercy 4/18 Manhattan 4/19 Baruch 4/20 Queens 4/20 Queens 4/23 Dowling 4/26 John Jay 4/27 New Haven 4/28 Dowling 4/28 Dowling 4/29 Concordia 4/29 Concordia 5/1 Quinnipiac 5/2 Montclair St. 5/3 Sacred Heart 5/6 Concordia

9-8 (7) L 6-5 L 5-4 L 15-2 W 20-5 W 7-1 W 13-5 L 5-4 L 8-4 L 5-4 (10) L 9-2 W 12-9 (7) W 33-2 (5) L 5-1 L 6-2 W 3-2 W 12-1 (8) W 18-0 W 11-7 L 5-2 L 10-4 L 5-4 W 14-2 L 4-3 W 2-1 (8) L 6-4 L 6-5 L 11-1 L 13-12 W 7-5 W 6-1 W 10-6 L 13-4 L 13-5 L 5-2 L 14-8

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Year-by-Year Records 1991

Team Record: 23-15

3/16 Armstrong State W 8-5 3/19 SIU-Edwardsville L 11-5 3/19 SIU-Edwardsville L 21-4 3/20 Savannah W 20-2 3/20 Savannah W 14-1 3/21 Springfield W 4-1 3/22 Springfield W 14-6 3/23 SIU- Edwardsville L 5-4 3/24 Armstrong St. W 7-5 3/29 Montclair St. L 5-4 (8) 4/2 St. Rose L 5-1 4/3 Quinnipiac L 11-10 4/5 Mercy L 6-3 4/6 Concordia W 8-5 4/6 Concordia W (forfeit) 7-0 4/7 Manhattan W 7-0 4/7 Manhattan W 9-6 4/8 Concordia W 8-5 4/10 Manhattanville W 18-4 4/13 New Haven L 5-4 4/14 Philadelphia L 5-4 4/14 Philadelphia W 2-1 4/16 Dominican W 4-3 4/19 Mercy W 6-1 (7) 4/20 Queens W 18-3 4/20 Queens W 6-4 4/26 New Haven W 3-2 4/27 Dowling W 9-2 4/27 Dowling L 8-2 4/28 Mercy L 8-5 4/28 Queens W 18-3 (7) 4/29 Dowling W 13-10 5/1 Stony Brook W 13-5 5/4 Concordia L 14-8 (7) 5/4 Mercy W 11-7 (7) 5/5 Concordia W 10-0 (7) 5/5 Dowling L 5-2 (7) 5/10 Sacred Heart L 9-8 (12) 5/10 Philadelphia L 6-4

1992

Team Record: 24-17

3/14 Savannah State 3/15 Norfolk St. 3/15 Armstrong St. 3/16 Armstrong St. 3/17 Savannah St. 3/18 Springfield 3/20 Springfield 3/22 SIU-Edwardsville 3/22 SIU-Edwardsville 3/29 Queens 3/29 Queens

W 4-3 L 7-5 L 2-0 L 8-7 W 18-12 (8) L 5-2 W 24-15 W 6-2 L 15-3 W 17-2 (5) W 15-7

4/2 Queens 4/4 Philadelphia 4/4 Philadelphia 4/5 Philadelphia 4/6 Lehman 4/8 Ramapo 4/10 St. Rose 4/11 St. Rose 4/13 New Haven 4/14 Dowling 4/15 Dowling 4/18 Concordia 4/18 Concordia 4/20 Concordia 4/21 Quinnipiac 4/23 Montclair St. 4/24 Sacred Heart 4/27 Mercy 4/27 Mercy 4/28 St. Rose 4/29 Dowling 4/30 Mercy 5/1 Philadelphia 5/3 St. Rose 5/3 St. Rose 5/8 UMass Lowell 5/9 St. Rose 5/10 New Haven

W 16-8 L 10-6 W 12-2 W 5-4 L 21-16 W 13-9 L 6-5 L 2-1 W 6-5 L 10-9 W 14-4 W 13-3 W 8-5 L 11-8 W 8-4 W 7-6 L 6-5 (10) W 4-3 (10) L 4-1 L 12-6 W 11-3 W 10-6 W 15-6 W 7-4 L 16-10 W 4-1 W 2-0 W 6-2

1993

Team Record: 32-17

3/15 Sacred Heart 3/15 Armstrong State 3/16 Savannah State 3/19 Sacred Heart 3/19 Springfield 3/19 Springfield 3/20 Sacred Heart 3/20 Armstrong State 3/27 Molloy 3/27 Molloy 3/29 Queens 3/30 Queens 3/31 New Haven 4/5 Lehman 4/6 Queens 4/7 St. Rose 4/9 Philadelphia 4/12 Dowling 4/13 Dowling 4/14 Dowling 4/16 Quinnipiac 4/17 Concordia 4/17 Concordia 4/18 St. Rose 4/18 St. Rose

L 5-4 L 8-7 (12) W 11-0 (7) L 7-6 (8) L 5-4 (7) L 7-3 (7) L 11-4 L 6-2 W 9-0 (7) W 3-0 (7) L 12-6 (6) W 20-4 (8) L 4-2 W 8-4 W 13-4 W 11-9 W 8-7 W 10-0 L 6-4 W 6-4 W 6-4 W 5-2 (7) W 16-5 (7) W 8-5 (7) L 7-0 (7)

4/19 Concordia 4/20 Mercy 4/21 Dominican 4/23 Philadelphia 4/24 Mercy 4/24 Mercy 4/26 Molloy 4/27 Philadelphia 4/28 New Haven 4/30 Philadelphia 5/1 Queens 5/2 St. Rose 5/2 St. Rose 5/8 Stony Brook 5/13 Quinnipiac 5/14 UMass Lowell 5/15 Sacred Heart 5/20 Springfield 5/21 New Haven 5/21 Springfield 5/30 USC-Aiken 6/1 Mo. - St. Louis USC-Aiken Cal Poly- SLO

W 8-3 W 5-4 L 12-11 W 17-1 W 6-5 (8) W 5-2 (7) W 8-7 (7) L 5-4 L 12-4 W 12-2 W 12-6 L 7-6 (10) W 15-8 W 5-1 W 10-3 W 6-1 W 11-6 W 10-2 W 5-0 W 5-4 (10) L 13-12 W 6-4 W 7-6 L 11-5

1994

Team Record: 30-13 3/12 Norfolk 3/13 American Int’l 3/15 American Int’l 3/16 Armstrong State 3/17 Springfield 3/18 Springfield 3/19 Sacred Heart 3/20 Sacred Heart 3/20 Sacred Heart 3/24 Concordia 3/24 Concordia 3/25 Concordia 3/26 Mercy 3/26 Mercy 3/31 Philadelphia 4/1 Molloy 4/1 Molloy 4/4 New Haven 4/5 Lehman 4/9 St. Rose 4/9 St. Rose 4/11 St. Rose 4/15 Quinnipiac 4/17 Queens 4/17 Queens 4/18 Queens 4/19 Dominican 4/22 Stony Brook 4/23 Dowling

W 11-2 W 8-6 W 11-8 L 20-4 W 3-2 (12) L 18-11 L 12-2 W 8-3 (9) W 18-4 W 13-1 W 12-3 W 6-0 W 6-1 W 3-2 (10) W 6-5 (10) W 10-15 W 7-2 W 4-3 W 17-6 L 1-0 L 7-3 L 11-2 L 9-8 W 8-2 W 5-4 (9) W 13-6 W 5-4 (11) L 13-8 L 8-3

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Year-by-Year Records 4/23 Dowling 4/23 Dowling 5/1 Philadelphia 5/1 Philadelphia 5/2 Mercy 5/3 William Patterson 5/6 Molloy 5/7 St. Rose 5/8 St. Rose 5/12 New Hampshire 5/13 UMass Lowell 5/14 Merrimack 5/14 Merrimack

L 5-3 W 15-8 W 5-2 W 7-6 W 18-13 L 8-2 W 11-1 W 8-0 W 10-2 W 3-2 W 15-7 L 22-8 W 15-4

1995

Team Record: 28-12

3/11 Queens 3/12 Sacred Heart 3/12 Savannah State 3/14 American Int’l 3/14 Armstrong State 3/15 American Int’l 3/16 American Int’l 3/18 St. Rose 3/18 St. Rose 3/19 St. Rose 3/27 Dowling 3/29 Sacred Heart 3/29 Dowling 3/30 Dowling 4/1 Philadelphia 4/1 Philadelphia 4/2 Philadelphia 4/4 Lehman 4/6 Old Westbury 4/8 Molloy 4/8 Molloy 4/10 Molloy 4/12 Ramapo 4/13 Quinnipiac 4/15 Concordia 4/15 Concordia 4/17 Concordia 4/18 Dominican 4/22 Queens 4/22 Queens 4/24 Queens 4/26 Stony Brook 4/28 New Haven 4/30 Mercy 4/30 Mercy 4/30 Mercy 5/5 St. Rose 5/6 Philadelphia 5/7 St. Rose 5/7 St. Rose

W 14-7 W 2-1 L 5-2 L 6-4 W 4-3 W 8-1 W 8-4 L 2-0 W 5-4 (8) W 11-9 W 7-5 W 10-4 W 3-1 L 6-5 W 4-2 L 4-3 W 10-5 W 11-3 W 5-3 (10) W 8-0 W 6-5 L 3-0 W 25-3 W 6-1 W 14-3 L 5-4 W 11-1 W 6-5 L 8-5 W 3-1 W 15-2 W 4-3 W 5-3 W 15-7 L 5-4 L 15-12 W 4-3 W 11-10 L 7-2 L 9-4

1996

Team Record: 29-16-1

3/9 So. Dakota State 3/9 Southwestern 3/10 Southwestern 3/11 Savannah State 3/12 American Int’l 3/13 Armstrong State 3/14 Sacred Heart 3/16 Mercy 3/19 Mercy 3/19 Mercy 3/21 Quinnipiac 3/23 Molloy 3/23 Molloy 3/24 Molloy 3/26 Stony Brook 3/30 St. Rose 3/30 St. Rose 3/31 St. Rose 4/3 Old Westbury 4/5 New Haven 4/11 Philadelphia 4/13 Queens 4/13 Queens 4/14 Queens 4/17 Sacred Heart 4/18 Concordia 4/20 Dowling 4/20 Dowling 4/21 Dowling 4/23 William Patterson 4/24 Montclair State 4/27 Philadelphia 4/27 Philadelphia 4/28 Concordia 4/28 Concordia 5/4 Philadelphia 5/4 Queens 5/5 Queens 5/17 Merrimack 5/19 New Haven 5/19 Merrimack 5/25 Shippensburg 5/29 Kennesaw State 5/29 So. Colorado 5/30 St. Joseph’s

L 9-1 L 6-5 (11) L 3-2 (11) W 8-6 L 12-6 W 9-6 W 8-2 W 2-1 (11) W 5-2 W 7-4 (7) L 9-2 W 12-2 W 6-3 W 11-3 L 10-4 L 6-4 L 7-6 W 11-7 T 3-3 (8) L 4-2 W 4-2 L 5-4 (10) W 7-0 W 7-5 L 10-3 W 17-10 W 5-1 W 11-7 L 5-0 L 20-13 L 7-5 W 9-5 W 2-1 W 8-6 W 9-2 W 13-8 W 13-2 W 6-2 W 8-2 W 3-2 (11) W 9-2 W 4-3 L 8-7 (10) W 5-4 (10) W 4-2

1997

Team Record: 30-16

3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/12

Sacred Heart So. Dakota State Sacred Heart Armstrong State Savannah State Savannah State

W L W L W L

10-7 6-4 8-0 7-5 7-3 7-4

3/13 Armstrong State 3/16 St. Rose 3/16 St. Rose 3/17 St. Rose 3/19 Quinnipiac 3/22 Dowling 3/22 Dowling 3/23 Dowling 3/28 Philadelphia 3/28 Philadelphia 3/28 Philadelphia 4/4 Old Westbury 4/5 Molloy 4/5 Molloy 4/6 Molloy 4/8 Montclair State 4/10 Stony Brook 4/14 New Haven 4/16 Concordia 4/20 Queens 4/20 Queens 4/21 Queens 4/22 William Patterson 4/23 Concordia 4/23 Concordia 4/24 Sacred Heart 4/26 Mercy 4/26 Mercy 4/27 Mercy 5/2 Concordia 5/4 St. Rose 5/5 Queens 5/7 St. Rose 5/7 St. Rose 5/15 St. Rose 5/16 UMass Lowell 5/17 UMass Lowel 5/17 UMass Lowel 5/25 Tampa 5/26 So. Illinois

L W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L L L L L W W L W W W L W W W W L W W L L

4-1 2-0 6-5 11-4 9-6 18-2 16-2 13-5 7-0 11-4 10-3 9-8 21-8 5-4 19-8 6-3 9-7 10-7 19-6 7-1 9-6 7-2 11-9 11-8 8-4 15-3 6-5 17-7 23-5 11-5 14-3 6-5 12-3 12-3 11-2 11-2 8-3 8-6 13-1 26-4

L L L W L L W W W W W L W L

13-5 5-4 16-3 8-7 23-8 4-2 10-4 8-1 4-2 16-8 5-1 9-1 17-7 9-7

1998

Team Record: 23-14 3/1 Queens 3/1 Queens 3/2 Queens 3/2 Sacred Heart 3/3 Queens 3/5 Armstrong 3/6 Sacred Heart 3/15 Philadelphia 3/15 Philadelphia 3/26 Concordia 3/28 Mercy 3/28 Mercy 3/29 Mercy 3/31 Dowling

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Year-by-Year Records 4/2 New Haven 4/4 Molloy 4/5 Molloy 4/5 Molloy 4/6 Dowling 4/7 Montclair 4/8 Dominican 4/11 NJ Tech 4/11 NJ Tech 4/13 Concordia 4/13 Concordia 4/14 NJ Tech 4/15 Sacred Heart 4/18 Stony Brook 4/18 Stony Brook 4/21 William Paterson 4/22 Philadelphia 4/25 St. Rose 4/25 St. Rose 4/26 St. Rose 4/29 Dowling 5/1 Concordia 5/2 Dowling

L 11-1 W 8-5 W 14-8 W 12-10 W 8-6 L 12-9 L 18-8 W 7-0 W 7-1 W 10-3 W 9-8 W 14-2 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 9-8 L 13-12 W 9-8 L 12-8 W 6-5 W 10-4 W 7-4 (10) W 13-10 (10) W 7-5

1999

Team Record: 32-17

3/6 Bluefield State 3/7 Queens 3/8 Armstrong Atlantic 3/10 Grand Valley 3/10 Grand Valley 3/12 Grand Valley 3/13 Kutztown 3/18 Dowling 3/20 St. Rose 3/20 St. Rose 3/21 St. Rose 3/25 Stony Brook 3/27 Molloy 3/27 Molloy 3/29 Dowling 3/30 UMass Lowell 3/31 NH College 4/2 Concordia 4/3 Concordia 4/3 Concordia 4/6 Montclair State 4/8 New Haven 4/10 Philadelphia 4/10 Philadelphia 4/11 NJ Tech 4/11 NJ Tech 4/13 Sacred Heart 4/14 Old Westbury 4/17 Queens 4/17 Queens

W 15-1 W 14-5 L 9-1 L 9-5 L 3-0 W 27-2 W 4-1 W 15-4 W 6-3 L 4-3 W 11-4 L 7-2 W 8-7 W 7-6 W 5-0 W 12-11 W 16-7 L 19-2 W 4-2 L 4-1 L 5-4 W 20-9 W 5-1 L 5-4 W 5-0 W 8-4 L 13-11 W 14-3 W 4-3 W 8-7

4/18 Queens 4/21 Stony Brook 4/22 NJ Tech 4/24 Mercy 4/24 Mercy 4/25 Mercy 4/26 Molloy 4/27 Dowling 4/28 Philadelphia 4/30 Philadelphia 5/1 St. Rose 5/2 Concordia 5/2 Concordia 5/13 Concordia 5/14 Merrimack 5/15 UMass Lowell 5/22 Ashland (Ohio) 5/24 Chico State 5/26 West Virginia St.

W 11-2 L 12-5 W 10-5 W 6-0 W 7-1 W 7-3 W 7-1 L 4-2 L 4-1 W 4-3 W 5-1 L 13-7 L 4-1 W 5-4 W 7-6 W 9-8 W 18-15 L 11-3 L 12-9

2000

Team Record: 26-17

3/4 Mercyhurst 3/5 Mercyhurst 3/5 Armstrong Atlantic 3/6 Grand Valley State 3/6 Wayne State 3/7 Armstrong Atlantic 3/8 Wayne State 3/9 Bryant 3/13 Mercy 3/14 Bentley 3/15 Bentley 3/16 Bentley 3/19 Merrimack 3/19 Merrimack 3/22 Dowling 3/25 Queens 3/25 Queens 3/26 Queens 3/29 Dowling 3/30 Mercy 3/31 Mercy 4/1 NJ Tech 4/1 NJ Tech 4/1 NJ Tech 4/5 Montclair State 4/7 Dowling 4/8 Molloy 4/8 Molloy 4/13 Bridgeport 4/15 St. Rose 4/15 St. Rose 4/16 St. Rose 4/20 Molloy 4/25 New Haven

L 17-7 L 14-6 W 10-7 L 6-3 L 19-10 L 9-2 L 7-1 L 6-2 W 12-4 W 11-1 W 10-6 W 18-7 W 4-2 W 11-7 W 12-9 L 6-4 W 5-0 W 17-5 L 15-8 L 8-7 W 9-6 W 14-9 L 5-4 W 13-2 L 10-8 W 6-2 W 5-1 W 16-6 W 21-6 W 3-0 L 4-0 L 6-4 W 7-3 L 8-0

4/26 Philadelphia 4/26 Philadelphia 4/28 Philadelphia 4/29 Concordia 4/29 Concordia 4/30 Concordia 5/5 Concordia 5/6 St. Rose 5/6 Dowling

W 4-3 W 9-5 W 18-15 W 5-2 W 12-9 W 20-6 L 6-0 W 5-2 L 11-6

2001

Team Record: 21-17-1

3/1 Mercyhurst 3/2 Lewis 3/3 Mercyhurst 3/5 Lewis 3/6 Labanon Valley 3/7 Muhlenberg 3/8 West Chester 3/15 Dowling 3/17 Molloy 3/17 Molloy 3/18 Molloy 3/20 Bridgeport 3/24 Philadelphia 3/24 Philadelphia 3/25 Philadelphia 3/27 St. Rose 3/28 Bridgeport 4/1 Queens 4/1 Queens 4/2 Queens 4/3 Montclair State 4/4 Bridgeport 4/5 Dowling 4/13 Mercy 4/13 Mercy 4/14 Mercy 4/16 Dowling 4/17 New Haven 4/18 St. Thomas Aquinas W 4/21 Concordia 4/21 Concordia 4/22 Concordia 4/24 St. Rose 4/28 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/28 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/29 Teikyo Post 5/1 Bloomfield 5/4 Dowling 5/5 Concordia

W 7-3 L 3-2 T 5-5 L 20-5 L 10-7 W 17-5 L 16-8 L 8-4 W 5-0 L 6-2 W 7-4 W 8-6 W 14-10 L 13-12 (8) L 6-2 W 12-7 L 8-7 W 5-4 (8) W 6-3 L 14-13 L 11-4 W 17-4 W 16-15 W 10-4 W 8-5 W 9-4 W 7-6 W 9-5 4-3 L 9-2 L 6-2 L 16-5 L 18-16 W 15-1 W 15-6 W 5-1 W 22-11 L 6-4 L 13-6

2002

Team Record: 20-24 3/1 Mercyhurst 3/4 Madonna

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Year-by-Year Records 3/4 West Chester 3/5 Pittsburgh 3/7 Lehigh 3/7 WCU-B 3/12 Bentley 3/14 Bentley 3/15 Bentley 3/16 Bryant 3/16 Bryant 3/17 Concordia 3/17 Concordia 3/23 Philadelphia 3/23 Philadelphia 3/24 Philadelphia 3/29 Queens 3/30 Queens 3/30 Queens 4/2 Montclair State 4/4 Bridgeport 4/5 Merrimack 4/5 Merrimack 4/8 New Haven 4/10 Concordia 4/13 Mercy 4/13 Mercy 4/14 Mercy 4/16 Molloy 4/17 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/18 St. Rose 4/21 Dowling 4/21 Dowling 4/22 Dowling 4/24 Bridgeport 4/24 Bridgeport 4/26 Molloy 4/27 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/27 St. Thomas Aquinas 5/1 Molloy 5/3 Concordia 5/4 Molloy 5/4 Dowling

L 17-8 L 3-2 L 7-3 L 12-6 L 7-4 W 12-10 L 16-5 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 9-0 L 5-2 W 11-5 W 17-3 W 8-3 W 12-3 W 9-3 W 12-4 L 9-5 W 9-6 W 6-2 W 6-0 L 13-0 L 11-4 W 13-2 W 5-3 W 8-6 W 13-2 L 7-5 W 15-9 L 5-3 L 5-3 L 4-10 W 8-0 W 5-0 W 6-2 W 3-2 L 11-3 L 15-4 L 12-1 W 6-1 L 6-0

2003

Team Record: 7-30

2/28 Northwood 3/1 Regis 3/2 Regis 3/2 Westchester 3/3 Mount St. Mary’s 3/4 Westchester 3/5 Lewis 3/6 Coker 3/19 Concordia 3/20 St. Rose 3/22 Dowling 3/22 Dowling

L 2-1 L 15-8 L 4-2 L 27-1 L 16-8 L 15-0 L 17-1 L 14-3 L 15-13 L 18-0 (5) L 10-2 L 8-1

3/23 Merrimack 3/23 Merrimack 3/24 Caldwell 3/26 Bryant 3/26 Bryant 3/28 Bridgeport 3/28 Bridgeport 3/29 Mercy 3/29 Mercy 4/2 C.W. Post 4/6 Felician 4/6 Felician 4/13 New Haven 4/13 New Haven 4/17 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/17 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/19 Philadelphia 4/19 Philadelphia 4/21 C.W. Post 4/24 Caldwell 4/28 Molloy 4/29 Queens 4/29 Queens 4/30 Molloy 5/1 Concordia

W W L W L L W L L L L W L L L L L L L L W L L L L

20-19 5-3 (6) 13-11 8-5 13-4 10-4 11-3 6-5 9-0 13-5 4-3 10-5 20-3 11-3 14-10 16-3 11-6 11-6 25-5 20-5 13-12 6-5 11-3 11-3 19-0

2004

Team Record: 19-22

2/28 Hillsdale 2/29 Regis 3/1 Regis 3/2 Dominican 3/3 Mercyhurst 3/5 Dominican 3/6 Mercyhurst 3/11 Bentley 3/12 Bentley 3/13 Bentley 3/13 Bentley 3/23 Caldwell 3/24 Dowling 3/27 Mercy 3/28 Felician 3/29 Nyack 4/2 Concordia 4/6 Caldwell 4/7 Molloy 4/9 Philadelphia 4/9 Philadelphia 4/10 Queens 4/10 Queens 4/12 St. Rose 4/15 Concordia 4/16 Bridgeport 4/18 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/18 St. Thomas Aquinas

W 15-8 L 6-1 L 15-3 L 9-4 W 8-7 W 16-5 W 5-4 W 12-3 L 9-0 W 6-5 (12) W 14-3 (6) L 12-2 L 13-8 W 7-2 W 10-8 W 11-3 L 9-4 L 10-9 W 12-2 L 7-4 W 11-4 W 14-9 L 11-5 L 16-15 L 4-3 W 5-0 L 12-3 W 8-7

4/19 Dominican 4/21 Dowling 4/22 Teikyo Post 4/22 Teikyo Post 4/24 Mercy 4/25 C.W. Post 4/27 Molloy 4/29 C.W. Post 4/30 Bridgeport 5/1 New Haven 5/1 New Haven 5/2 Dowling 5/5 New Haven* *NYCAC Play-In Game

L 18-17 L 9-0 (10) L 2-1 L 5-4 W 18-13 W 17-12 W 7-6 L 17-1 L 5-2 L 6-5 W 8-7 L 7-6 L 7-3

2005

Team Record: 25-19

3/4 Lewis 3/5 Mercyhurst 3/6 Lynn 3/7 Bloomfield 3/10 West Georgia 3/11 West Georgia 3/12 West Georgia 3/17 Dominican 3/18 Queens 3/19 Concordia 3/19 Concordia 3/21 Concordia 3/22 Kutztown 3/25 Mercy 3/26 Philadelphia 3/26 Philadelphia 3/29 Caldwell 3/30 Pace 4/5 Caldwell 4/6 Mercy 4/7 Molloy 4/9 C.W. Post 4/9 C.W. Post 4/10 C.W. Post 4/13 Queens 4/14 Queens 4/15 New Haven 4/16 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/16 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/17 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/18 New Haven 4/20 Molloy 4/22 Dowling 4/25 Dominican 4/28 Bridgeport 4/29 Dowling 5/1 Bridgeport 5/4 Bridgeport* 5/6 Concordia*

W 13-3 L 16-8 L 9-3 L 6-3 L 11-7 L 16-4 L 5-3 W 17-4 W 8-7 L 5-1 W 7-0 W 9-2 L 4-1 L 3-2 L 14-4 W 14-1 (8) W 3-2 L 7-2 W 8-7 W 6-2 W 11-8 L 7-1 W 6-4 L 10-3 W 13-12 (10) W 8-2 W 17-10 W 13-5 W 17-14 W 3-1 L 9-5 W 17-11 L 6-5 W 8-4 W 7-4 W 9-7 W 8-0 W 5-3 W 5-4

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Year-by-Year Records 5/6 Dowling* L 13-1 5/8 Concordia* W 21-16 5/8 Dowling* L 7-5 5/19 So. Connecticut# L 6-1 5/20 Franklin Pierce# L 12-4 *NYCAC Tournament #NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament

2006

Team Record: 21-23

3/10 Augusta State 3/11 Augusta State 3/11 Augusta State 3/12 Augusta State 3/15 Palm Beach Atlantic 3/16 Barry 3/17 Bloomfield 3/18 Bloomfield 3/19 Northwood 3/19 Northwood 3/20 Lynn 3/23 Dominican 3/25 Bridgeport 3/25 Bridgeport 3/26 Bridgeport 3/29 New Haven 3/30 Kutztown 4/1 C.W. Post 4/1 C.W. Post 4/2 C.W. Post 4/4 New Haven 4/9 Mercy 4/9 Mercy 4/10 Mercy 4/12 New Haven 4/14 Pace 4/15 Queens 4/15 Queens 4/17 Queens 4/19 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/20 Caldwell 4/25 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/26 Concordia 4/26 Concordia 4/29 Molloy 4/29 Molloy 4/30 Molloy 5/1 Concordia 5/5 St. Thomas Aquinas 5/6 Dowling 5/6 Dowling 5/7 Dowling 5/10 St. Thomas Aquinas* 5/11 New Haven* *NYCAC Tournament

2007

Team Record: 35-17

3/3 UMass Lowell W 3/3 UMass Lowell W 3/4 UMass Lowell L 3/4 UMass Lowell L 3/10 Felician W 3/11 Bloomfield W 3/12 Palm Beach Atlantic L 3/13 St. Thomas Aquinas W L 6-4 3/14 Nova Southeastern L L 12-11 3/15 UMass Lowell L L 15-6 3/17 Northwood W L 17-3 3/17 Northwood W W 7-3 3/24 Mercy W L 13-6 3/24 Mercy W W 5-2 3/25 Mercy W W 8-6 3/28 Queens W L 4-1 3/29 Dominican L L 3-0 3/31 St. Thomas Aquinas L L 4-3 3/31 St. Thomas Aquinas W L 9-3 4/1 St. Thomas Aquinas L W 17-2 4/3 Queens W L 4-3 4/5 Kutztown L L 18-7 4/7 Concordia W L 13-12 4/7 Concordia W L 7-5 4/9 Concordia W W 7-1 4/11 Queens W W 1-0 4/14 Molloy W L 18-6 4/14 Molloy W W 5-4 4/18 Molloy W W 9-2 4/19 St. Rose W W 9-2 4/20 Caldwell W W 16-2 4/21 Bridgeport W L 8-3 4/21 Bridgeport W L 4-1 4/22 Bridgeport W W 10-7 4/24 Pace L W 9-3 4/25 Dowling L W 12-5 4/28 New Haven L W 14-4 4/28 New Haven W W 22-11 4/30 New Haven W W 4-3 5/1 Dowling L L 5-3 5/2 Dowling W W 6-2 5/5 C.W. Post W L 4-1 5/5 C.W. Post W L 7-1 5/6 C.W. Post L L 7-5 5/11 Dowling* W W 19-4 5/12 C.W. Post* W W 5-1 5/13 C.W. Post* L L 6-2 5/13 C.W. Post* W L 8-3 5/17 Bryant# W W 11-6 5/18 Caldwell# W W 8-7 (13) 5/19 Franklin Pierce# L L 16-4 5/19 Bryant# L *ECC Tournament #NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament

2008 13-9 20-18 9-8 10-8 19-12 9-8 11-1 11-4 14-8 6-3 12-1 1-0 7-6 7-1 9-3 9-0 7-5 7-6 9-4 8-7 12-5 7-6 4-2 11-2 10-6 14-7 11-2 3-2 3-2 6-2 15-8 13-0 5-1 15-11 11-1 24-1 6-2 2-1 8-7 13-5 15-7 13-10 9-6 5-4 5-0 10-6 10-5 7-6 5-4 4-0 7-2 10-0

Team Record: 25-25

2/29 Augusta State 3/1 Augusta State 3/1 Augusta State 3/2 Augusta State 3/4 Dominican 3/7 Franklin Pierce 3/10 Palm Beach Atlantic 3/11 Nova Southeastern 3/12 Lynn 3/13 Northwood 3/13 Northwood 3/14 Franklin Pierce 3/14 Franklin Pierce 3/15 UMass Lowell 3/20 Briarcliffe 3/22 Concordia 3/22 Concordia 3/24 Concordia 3/26 Molloy 3/28 Caldwell 3/29 Dowling 3/29 Dowling 3/30 Dowling 4/1 Molloy 4/2 Pace 4/5 Bridgeport 4/6 Bridgeport 4/8 Bridgeport 4/9 Molloy 4/12 New Haven 4/12 New Haven 4/13 New Haven 4/15 C.W. Post 4/17 Kutztown 4/19 Mercy 4/19 Mercy 4/20 Mercy 4/22 Briar Cliff 4/23 C.W. Post 4/26 Queens 4/26 Queens 4/27 Queens 5/1 C.W. Post 5/3 St. Thomas Aquinas 5/3 St. Thomas Aquinas 5/4 St. Thomas Aquinas 5/7 Dowling* 5/10 New Haven* 5/10 St. Thomas Aquinas* 5/11 New Haven* *ECC Tournament

L 4-0 L 8-0 L 7-4 L 13-1 W 3-2 W 2-1 L 10-5 W 20-4 L 7-6 L 6-5 W 10-2 (10) L 12-5 L 4-3 W 13-8 W 11-4 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 10-2 L 11-6 L 2-1 (10) L 5-0 W 5-4 (10) L 6-2 (12) W 13-8 W 4-1 L 12-1 L 3-2 (14) L 5-2 L 5-2 L 2-0 L 3-0 (7) W 12-2 L 10-3 W 6-0 W 13-0 W 4-0 (7) W 2-1 W 10-0 L 6-5 W 8-4 L 1-0 (7) W 6-5 (13) W 3-0 W 4-2 W 1-0 (7) L 16-1 W 3-0 L 4-0 W 3-1 L 6-5

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Year-by-Year Records 2009

2010

2/28 Franklin Pierce W 2-0 2/28 Franlin Pierce L 0-1 3/7 UMass Lowell L 2-1 3/9 Lynn L 19-10 3/10 Florida Tech L 15-6 3/11 Felician W 11-6 3/13 Southern Conn. W 10-2 3/14 Dowling W 3-0 3/18 Dominican W 7-0 3/20 Felician W 3-2 3/23 Saint Anslem L 3-0 3/25 Queens W 7-1 3/26 Caldwell W 5-4 3/28 St. Thomas Aquinas W 3-0 3/28 St. Thomas Aquinas W 1-0 3/30 St. Thomas Aquinas W 3-2 3/31 Briarcliffe W 5-3 4/1 Queens W 4-3 4/2 Mercy W 7-4 4/4 Concordia W 8-4 4/5 Concordia L 4-2 4/5 Concordia W 5-0 4/7 Queens W 6-2 4/8 Pace L 5-3 4/9 Mercy W 5-2 4/13 Molloy W 1-0 4/13 Molloy L 5-3 4/14 Molloy L 7-4 4/17 Dowling L 4-2 4/18 Bridgeport W 8-7 4/18 Bridgeport L 8-2 4/19 Bridgeport W 5-3 4/21 Dowling L 5-1 4/23 Kutztown W 9-4 4/25 Briarcliffe L 9-2 4/25 Briarcliffe W 12-1 4/27 Mercy W 2-0 4/28 Pace W 7-1 4/29 Dowling L 8-2 5/2 C.W. Post W 6-0 5/2 C.W. Post W 4-2 5/4 C.W. Post W 5-3 5/8 Dowling* W 6-1 5/9 St. Thomas Aquinas* W 3-2 5/10 Dowling* W 11-0 5/15 Dowling# W 8-1 5/14 Assumption# W 2-0 5/16 Wilmington# W 9-6 5/17 Dowling# L 1-0 5/17 Dowling# L 4-0 *ECC Tournament #NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament

3/4 Mercy 3/5 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/6 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/6 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/7 Franklin Pierce 3/7 Franklin Pierce 3/9 Queens 3/11 Bloomfield 3/11 Univ. of Sciences 3/13 Dowling 3/15 Lincoln Memorial 3/16 Molloy 3/17 Nyack 3/17 Nova Southeastern 3/19 Dominican 3/20 Bentley 3/20 Bentley 3/24 New Haven 3/25 New Haven 3/28 Assumption 3/31 Concordia 4/3 Merrimack 4/3 Merrimack 4/5 Caldwell 4/6 American Int’l 4/8 American Int’l 4/10 UMass Lowell 4/10 UMass Lowell 4/11 St. Rose 4/11 St. Rose 4/13 Assumption 4/14 St. Rose 4/17 Saint Anselm 4/17 Saint Anselm 4/18 Stonehill 4/18 Stonehill 4/20 So. Connecticut 4/21 Kutztown 4/22 So. Connecticut 4/24 Southern N.H. 4/24 Southern N.H. 4/27 Pace 4/28 Pace 4/29 Wilmington 5/1 Franklin Pierce 5/1 Franklin Pierce 5/6 Franklin Pierce* 5/7 So. Connecticut* *NE-10 Tournament

Team Record: 48-22

Team Record: 49-28-1

2011 W 10-1 W 4-0 W 6-3 L 7-0 W 2-0 L 9-1 W 1-0 W 6-5 (10) W 7-0 W 2-1 W 5-2 W 9-8 W 11-7 L 7-6 L 9-1 L 6-2 W 7-3 W 5-3 L 8-5 W 5-0 W 6-2 W 7-1 W 10-4 W 7-6 L 7-4 W 3-1 W 6-5 (10) W 6-3 W 5-2 W 3-0 L 11-7 L 4-3 W 9-2 W 2-1 W 6-2 L 4-2 L 5-1 L 20-1 W 5-1 W 8-1 W 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 7-5 L 10-2 L 7-5 L 6-5 (10) L 9-8

Team Record: 36-14-2

2/26 Mercy 2/26 Mercy 3/2 Dowling 3/4 Nyack 3/5 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/5 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/8 Caldwell 3/9 Queens 3/12 Wilmington 3/12 Wilmington 3/13 Franklin Pierce 3/14 Molloy 3/15 Barry 3/16 C.W. Post 3/18 C.W. Post 3/20 Dominican 3/22 New Haven 3/25 New Haven 3/26 Stonehill 3/26 Stonehill 3/27 Assumption 3/30 Assumption 4/2 Merrimack 4/2 Merrimack 4/6 American Int’l 4/7 American Int’l 4/9 UMass Lowell 4/9 UMass Lowell 4/10 St. Rose 4/10 St. Rose 4/14 St. Rose 4/16 Saint Anselm 4/20 So. Connecticut 4/21 So. Connecticut 4/22 Southern N.H. 4/22 Southern N.H. 4/25 Felician 4/26 Pace 4/27 Pace 4/30 Franklin Pierce 4/30 Franklin Pierce 5/1 Saint Anselm 5/7 Bentley 5/8 Bentley 5/8 Bentley 5/13 Franklin Pierce* 5/14 So. Connecticut* 5/19 Dowling# 5/20 Wilmington# 5/21 So. Connecticut# 5/22 So. Connecticut# 5/22 So. Connecticut# *NE-10 Tournament #NCAA Northeast Regional

W 9-0 L 6-2 W 7-3 W 2-0 L 7-5 T 1-1 L 7-6 W 2-0 L 4-0 L 6-1 W 5-1 W 7-1 W 3-1 W 9-5 W 7-2 W 7-4 L 3-2 L 3-2 W 5-0 W 4-3 W 10-5 W 5-3 W 5-1 W 2-1 (11) W 8-2 L 5-4 W 4-3 W 6-5 L 4-3 W 6-1 L 6-4 (12) W 5-2 W 4-0 T 2-2 (12) W 4-2 W 5-2 W 12-3 W 7-5 L 1-0 W 6-1 W 5-1 W 8-0 W 4-0 (7) W 2-0 L 2-1 (7) W 8-5 W 6-2 W 2-0 W 6-5 W 7-1 L 9-1 L 2-1

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2012

Team Record: 23-22

2/27 Mercy 2/28 Dowling 3/4 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/4 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/6 Nyack 3/10 Wilmington (Del.) 3/12 Lynn 3/13 Barry 3/14 American Int’l 3/16 UMass Lowell 3/17 UMass Lowell 3/21 Caldwell 3/22 Dominican 3/23 Bentley* 3/24 Bentley* 3/25 Stonehill* 3/25 Stonehill* 3/28 So. Connecticut* 3/31 Le Moyne* 4/1 Le Moyne* 4/1 Le Moyne* 4/3 Pace* 4/6 Franklin Pierce* 4/6 Franklin Pierce* 4/7 Southern N.H.* 4/7 Southern N.H.* 4/10 Felician 4/11 Pace* 4/14 Assumption* 4/14 Assumption* 4/15 Assumption* 4/17 Pace* 4/19 Dominican 4/20 American Int’l* 4/21 American Int’l* 4/21 American Int’l* 4/25 So. Connecticut* 4/26 Molloy 4/28 St. Rose* 4/28 St. Rose* 4/29 St. Rose* 5/2 So. Connecticut* 5/3 New Haven* 5/6 New Haven* 5/6 New Haven*

Team Record: 23-25-1

W 10-5 W 6-3 W 8-7 L 4-1 W 12-3 W 2-1 L 9-4 W 5-2 L 4-3 L 4-2 L 12-4 W 4-2 W 13-1 L 10-5 L 2-0 W 9-8 L 12-1 W 4-3 L 6-4 W 3-2 L 8-2 L 8-0 L 7-1 L 11-0 L 5-4 L 10-4 W 11-3 W 9-6 L 8-6 W 10-6 W 15-6 L 15-2 W 9-4 W 4-0 W 5-0 W 17-12 L 4-3 (11) W 7-3 L 4-2 W 5-0 W 5-3 L 8-3 W 2-1 (11) L 4-0 L 6-2

2/25 Bloomfield 2/27 Dowling 3/2 Mercy 3/5 Queens 3/9 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/10 St. Thomas Aquinas 3/11 Molloy 3/12 Barry 3/13 Nova Southeastern 3/14 Umass Lowell 3/16 Franklin Pierce 3/20 Felician 3/22 Concordia College 3/23 Saint Anselm* 3.23 Saint Anselm* 3/24 Saint Michael’s* 3/24 Saint Michael’s* 3/26 Dominican 3/27 So. Connecticut* 3/29 Le Moyne* 3/30 Le Moyne* 3/30 Le Moyne* 4/2 Pace* 4/3 Kutztown 4/6 Umass Lowell* 4/6 Umass Lowell* 4/7 Merrimack* 4/7 Merrimack* 4/9 LIU Post 4/10 So. Connecticut* 4/13 Assumption* 4/13 Assumption* 4/14 Assumption* 4/16 Pace* 4/17 LIU Post 4/20 American Int’l* 4/20 American Int’l* 4/21 American Int’l 4/24 So. Connecticut* 4/26 Concordia 4/27 St. Rose* 4/27 St. Rose* 4/28 St. Rose* 4/30 Pace* 5/2 Dominican 5/3 New Haven * 5/4 New Haven* 5/4 New Haven* 5/7 New Haven^ ^NE-10 Tournament

2014 W 6-4 W 10-5 T 7-7 L 3-4 W 6-4 L 6-8 L 4-13 L 2-23 L 1-4 W 13-8 W 6-4 W 12-2 W 7-6 L 7-10 L 6-9 L 3-4 L 1-3 W 7-0 W 1-0 W 9-7 W 2-1 L 6-7 L 2-6 L 10-16 L 0-9 L 5-9 W 1-0 W 12-3 W 5-4 W 7-3 L 3-10 W 13-12 W 6-4 L 0-3 L 6-7 W 3-0 L 4-16 L 1-11 L 4-8 L 2-3 W 3-2 L 6-11 W 10-3 W 15-1 W 7-6 W 2-0 L 6-7 L 2-9 L 0-5

Team Record: 24-23

3/2 Virginia Wesleyan 3/7 Dominican 3/8 Wilmington (Del.) 3/9 Wilmington (Del.) 3/10 Lynn 3/11 Barry 3/13 American Int’l 3/14 American Int’l 3/15 Assumption 3/18 LIU Post 3/20 Nyack 3/22 Franklin Pierce 3/22 Franklin Pierce 3/23 Southern N.H. 3/23 Southern N.H. 3/27 So. Connecticut 3/30 American Int’l 4/1 Pace 4/3 American Int’l 4/3 American Int’l 4/5 Stonehill 4/5 Stonehill 4/6 Bentley 4/6 Bentley 4/9 Southern Conn. St. 4/10 Dominican 4/12 St. Rose 4/12 St. Rose 4/13 St. Rose 4/16 Pace 4/18 Le Moyne 4/18 Le Moyne 4/19 Le Moyne 4/21 Concordia 4/23 Southern Conn. St. 4/24 Dowling 4/26 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/26 St. Thomas Aquinas 4/29 Pace 5/2 New Haven 5/3 New Haven 5/3 New Haven 5/7 So. Conn. State * W 5/9 Stonehill * 5/10 New Haven * 5/10 Stonehill * 5/11 Southern N.H. * * - NE-10 Tournament

W L L L L L L W W W L W L L W W L W W W L W W W L W L L W W L W L W L W L L W W L L 10-4 L W W L

2-1 4-5 1-9 2-5 1-8 0-10 2-5 6-3 5-3 4-0 3-4 11-2 3-9 7-8 (10) 2-1 (10) 4-3 0-1 3-1 8-7 10-3 1-2 9-3 7-5 (12) 9-7 0-6 6-2 1-2 6-10 8-7 6-2 1-9 8-7 8-21 9-4 4-6 7-4 3-8 0-7 4-3 4-3 (12) 4-10 8-15

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Year-by-Year Records 2015

Team Record: 20-21

3/13 Nova Southeastern 3/14 Nova Southeastern 3/15 Nova Southeastern 3/15 New Haven 3/16 Molloy 3/17 Barry 3/18 Southern Connecticut 3/22 Assumption 3/22 Assumption 3/24 Dowling 3/25 Pace 3/29 New Haven 3/29 New Haven 4/1 Southern Connecticut 4/3 Le Moyne 4/4 Le Moyne 4/4 Le Moyne 4/7 Saint Thomas Aquinas 4/8 Pace 4/11 New Haven 4/11 New Haven 4/12 Saint Anselm 4/12 Saint Anselm 4/14 Southern Connecticut 4/15 Kutztown 4/19 Felician 4/19 Felician 4/22 Pace 4/23 Dominican 4/25 American International 4/26 American International 4/26 American International 4/28 Southern Connecticut 4/29 Caldwell 5/1 Saint Rose 5/2 Saint Rose 5/2 Saint Rose 5/5 Pace* 5/7 Stonehill* 5/8 New Haven* 5/8 Stonehill*

2016 W L L L L L W W W L L L L W W W W W L W L L L W W W L W W L L L W W L L W W L W L

8-3 6-7 2-19 2-8 1-12 7-12 8-5 6-4 8-7 1-12 1-11 2-3 2-5 4-3 8-4 4-1 5-1 6-5 2-10 7-3 1-7 3-5 3-4 5-4 3-2 8-3 2-5 3-0 15-7 3-4 2-6 1-6 4-1 12-0 2-7 6-7 14-1 6-2 1-2 7-2 3-14

Team Record: 25-22

2/26 Point Park 2/27 West Va. Wesleyan 2/27 West Va. Wesleyan 2/28 Wheeling Jesuit 2/28 Wheeling Jesuit Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce 3/6 Southern Connecticut 3/11 Wilmington 3/12 Wilmington 3/13 Molloy 3/14 SNHU 3/15 STAC 3/17 Lynn 3/18 Lynn 3/19 SCSU 3/22 Philadelphia 3/25 Le Moyne 3/26 Le Moyne 3/26 Le Moyne 3/30 Pace 3/31 Dominican 4/2 Stonehill 4/2 Stonehill 4/8 SCSU 4/9 FPU 4/9 FPU 4/10 SNHU 4/10 SNHU 4/12 Felician 4/13 Pace 4/16 AIC 4/16 AIC 4/17 AIC 4/19 SCSU 4/20 Felician 4/23 New Haven 4/23 New Haven 4/24 New Haven 4/27 Pace 4/30 Saint Rose 4/30 Saint Rose 5/3 SCSU 5/5 Saint Rose 5/7 Queens 5/7 Queens 5/10 Saint Rose

2017 W L W W W L L W W W L L L L L W W L W L W W L W W L W L L L W L W L L L W W W W W L L W W W L

7-6 3-4 3-2 6-2 10-0 0-4 2-3 6-4 10-3 3-0 5-17 2-5 1-2 4-5 2-9 6-5 10-3 3-6 3-1 1-11 3-1 20-6 8-16 1-0 6-4 3-5 4-3 2-5 2-10 1-8 5-1 2-4 5-4 7-10 6-8 6-9 6-4 3-1 4-2 8-3 16-3 1-7 2-3 6-2 6-2 9-3 0-4

Team Record: 24-24

2/28 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/27 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/6 5/6

Saint Thomas Aquinas Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce Bloomfield New Haven Bloomfield College Stonehill College Wilmington St. Thomas Caldwell Caldwell Merrimack College Merrimack College Lynn Lynn LIU Post Molloy College Saint Anselm College Saint Anselm College Saint Michael’s College Saint Michael’s College Southern Connecticut New Haven New Haven New Haven Pace Saint Thomas Aquinas Assumption College Assumption College Bridgeport Southern Connecticut College of Saint Rose College of Saint Rose College of Saint Rose Saint Thomas Aquinas Pace American Int’l College American Int’l College American Int’l College American Int’l College Southern Connecticut Queens College Queens College Queens College Pace Nyack College Le Moyne College Le Moyne College

W ,5-2 L 3-7 L 0-2 Cancelled W 8-5 W 16-9 W 10-4 L 9-13 L 2-14 W 18-2 W 10-2 W 9-3 W 7-6 L 2-15 L 0-5 W 10-3 W 6-2 W 8-0 L 2-8 W 12-5 W 9-2 L 3-6 L 1-9 L 0-11 L 0-1 W 4-1 L 1-3 W 6-2 W 15-1 L 2-5 L 4-5 W 16-2 W 9-0 W 4-3 L 4-6 W 5-1 W 8-2 L 2-4 L 5-6 L 2-5 L 2-5 L 3-4 W 9-0 L 2-7 W 7-0 W 14-4 L 3-10 L 5-6

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All-Time Roster A

Aaron, Bill 1992-93 Abate, Paul 1991-94 Abramowitz, Matt 2011-14 Abruscato, To 1992 Aglio, Tom 1982-84 Aguilera, Joe 1982-84 Aiello, Thomas 1997 Albrecht, John 2004 Alesia, Frank 2004-05 Alessandro, Tom 1996-97 Alfonzo, Daniel 2018Aliperti, Michael 2003-06 Alvarez, Chris 2001-04 Ambury, Kyle 2013-14 Ambrosini, Robert 1972-73 Ambrosino, Tom 2017-* Andersen, Jeff 2012-13 Anderson, Doug 2003-06 Andrucki, Mike 1975 Anzalone, Anthony 2009-10 Appel, John 1975 Arciuolo, John 2008-09 Arnott, Dick 1952 Ashkinazi, Mike 1975

B

Baecht, Walter Bacon, Billy Balm, Louis Baram, Ed Baratta, Norm Barbarette, Rick Barle, Matt Barnes, Aaron Barrett, Tyler Bartilucci, Rick Bartlett, Mike Batas, Nikolas Battaglia, Jack Beard, Jacob Becker, Johnny Becker, Tyler Beckwith, Harvey Bedell, Glen Behringer, John Bellantonio, David Bellington, Al Bergelt, Neil Bishop, Gregory Bivas, John Blyskal, Tony Boelsen,Ryan Bohringer, Helmut Bonomo, Anthony Botwinik, Louis

1969 1995 1968 2016-* 1992-94 1998 2008-11 1987 2012 1991 2007-10 2012-15 1964 2012-13 1952 20171972-73 2006 1987-88 1987 1994 1975-77 1969 2013-15 1972-75 2007-09 1986-88 2006-09 1955

Bove, Stephen Bozza, Chris Brandman, Jonathan Brantley, Cliff Broadbent, Danny Broderick, Ken Bucci, Thomas Burnett, LeBro Butler, David Byrne, John Byrnes, Timothy

C

2011-14 2010 2008 2014 1995-98 1992-95 1977 2011 2015-18 1992-93 1985-87

Cafiero, Chris 1997-98 Cagna, Chris 1990 Caifa, Frank 1986-87 Calabrese, Mike 2004-05 Calca, Robert 2004-07 Cali, Thomas 2003-06 Callahan, Michael 1993 Callan, Eddie 1988 Callery, Sean 1995 Cambria, Rich 2012-15 Caminiti, Phil 1990-92 Campbell, John 2011-14 Cannistra,John 1986-88 Capobianco, Tom 1988-91 Capobianco, Mario 1983 Capone, Tony 1982-85 Caputo, Vincent 2012-14 Cardinale, Ray 1977 Carletti, Mike 2009-12 Carpenter, Gary 1975 Cassara, Kory 2015-18 Cassell, Alan 1972 Castoro, Pete 1984-87 Cattani, Michael 2016-* Cavota, Mike 1986-88 Ceparano, Michael 2014-17 Chilelli, John 2007 Chlupsa, Robert 1994-96 Ciamillo, Justin 2009-10 Ciavarolla, Steve 1977 Cicileo, Lawrence 2017-* Cinelli, Tom 2002-05 Ciociano, Thomas 1993 Clark, Nick 1996-98 Clifford, Randolph 1968 Colaizzo, Joe 1987-90 Cole, Austin 2018Collins, Kyle 2015 Colombo, Thomas 2016-* Colonna, Mike 2006-09 Congdon, John 1986 Conlon, Vincent 1962-64 Conklin, James 2004-07

Connolly, Peter Connors, Mike Conterelli, Charles Copeland, Rollie Coritone, John Corridon, Brian Corry, Ryan Cosenza, Louis Cotiletta, Anthony Couch, Keith Crafa, John Cranston, Mike Crema, Vic Cromer, Tom Cromwell, Rick Cummings, Jim Curto, Gregory Cuttitta, John

D

Danoff, Bob D’Arpino, Bob Daverin, Henry Daversa, Paul Davies, Ronald Davies, Tim Davis , Scott DeFlorio, Chris DeGennaro, Rob Della Ratta, Dwayne Dell ’Olio, John Demarest, Michael De Martini, John DeMilt, Dan DePass, Darren DeSantis, Joe DeWitt, Matt Diamond, Stan Dinkelacker, David Doig, William Donahue, Thomas Donnelly, John Donovan, Mike Donovan, Steve Don Diego, Edmund Dooley, Peter D’Orio, Robert Dowling, Ken Doyle, Jon Doyle, John Dragone, Pete Duffy, James Dunne, Tom Durnin, Sean Duverge, Dan

1996-97 2005-08 1994-95 1952 1975 1982-85 2013-14 1968 1997-98 2008-10 1985 2012-15 1984-87 1994-95 1973 1990 1967 2015-16

1975 1987-90 2005 1983-85 1956-59 1983-86 1987-90 1990-93 2007-08 1990 1964 2016-* 1963-64 1990-93 1995-98 1983 2002-05 1952-53 1997 1963-64 2009-10 2011-14 1990-91 1992-95 1968 1975 1985-87 1986 1998 1973-75 2004-05 1986 1973-75 1998 1994

E

Echevarria, Richard Emmert, Bill Einhon, Allan Entenmann, Rob Eysel, Robert

Fable, Rinaldo Falton, Michael Falzer, John Farber, Dave Farinacci, Philip Farnum, Justin Ficke, Henry Fincken, Ray Finnican, Chris Fishman, Lewis Flaherty, Steven Flannary, Robert Fleck, Greg Fogarty, John Ford, Edward Forseth, Brady Foster, Robert

F

G

Gaetano, Vinny Garrison, Kyle Gaffney, Bill Gannon, John Gates, Kenneth Gatti, Dom Gentils, Mike Giachetti, Joseph Gianturco, Matt Ginsberg, Michael Giordano, J.J. Goldberg, Austin Goldberg, Stephen Goldberg, Stewart Golden, Barry Goldman, Carl Gonzalez, Jonathan Granger, Bob Grasso, Greg Griffo, Charles Grindrod, Roland Grube, Ray Guarnoriri, Joseph Guglielmo, Frank Guiffre, Carmelo Gulick, Joseph

1996 1982-84 1965 2003 2009-10

2005-06 1968 1964 1996-98 1955 2009-12 1984-87 1982 1988 1968 1985-88 1977 2006 2014-16 2008 1992-93 1975-77

2012-13 2015 1977 1986 2003-05 1990-93 1983-85 1972 2004 1996-98 2009-10 2005 1969 1967 1964 1975 2010-11 1975 1998 1977 1968 1982 1977 1975 2008 1972

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All-Time Roster H

Hagan, Don Harkins, Tom Harper, Thomas Harris, Garrett Hassell, Eric Henry, Wally Hernandez, Gil Herrera, Tony Hess, Robert Hickey, Will Hoeler, George Hoffman, Bill Horrmann, Bryan Houghton, Chad Humrich, T.J. Hunt, John Hutzel, Kevin

I

Iaconis, Dom Iadevaia, Jonathan Incalcaterra, Charlie Infante, Anthony Insinga, Jack Intagliata, Joe Intelasano, Jason Inzirillo, Frank Irace, Lou Iovino, Frank Iozzia, Peter

Jankowski, Steve Javino, Frank Jeffrey, John Johnson, Phil Joyce, Michael

J

K

Kalberer, John Kaler, Patrick Kamran, Pete Kantor, Dennis Kavanov, Bill Kehoe, Frank Kenney, Matthew Kiefer, Steve Kipling, Adam Kipling, Gary Kissin, Warren Kivita, Christian Klobosits, Mike Korn, Richard Koster, Harold

1986-88 1973 2008-09 1993-94 2014-17 1988 1975 1982 65-68 2015-17 87-90 1998 2003-06 2011-14 2009-11 1991-93 2011-14

2005-06 2016-* 1986 2011-13 1962-64 1991-94 2007-10 1997-98 1983 1965 1969

1982-83 1967 1972-75 1987 2001-04

1955 1977 1994-95 1968 1992 1987-90 2007-09 1994 2002-05 1973-75 1972-75 1993-96 1982-83 1967 1969

Krippel, Kevin Kritikos, Pete Kupec, Bill Kuhn, Steven Kuster, Dick

2016-* 2000-01 1972-73 2015-17 1952

L

Lander, Steven 2011-12 Lange, Jo Jo 1982 Lanigan, Bobby 2006-08 LaPietra, Emilio 2005-06 Laurie, Bob 1975 Lauritano, Tom 1982 Leek, Richard 1969 Lemorocco, Chris 2014-17 Le Viness, Ted 63-64 Levinson, Zack 2014-17 Leparik, Paul 1983-85 Lewandowski, Chris 2006-07 Lewis, Bill 1984-87 Licata, John 1998 Liebertz, Steve 1973 Liebowitz, Jamie 2011-12 Lind, Dennis 1987-88 Lio, Nick 2002, 2004-05 Lione, Thomas 1972 LoCascio, Frank 1991 Locasto, Charlie 1982-83 Loche, Rich 1973 Lodato, Gus 1987-90 Loonan, Ken 1987-91 Lovett, James 1993 Luc, Nicolas 2018Lukas, Steve 1991-94 Lusardi, John 2015 Lynn, Marvin 1967

M

Madson, John Malm, Brett Malvagna, Stephen Mancinelli, Brian Mann, Eric Maranino, Joe March, Dennis Marcus, Ralph Maresco, Greg Marquardt, Paul Marsicovetere, Bob Mascia, Dan Maser, Ken Matarazzo, John Matteo, Rick Matteo, Craig McCarren, Rich McCormack, James

1969 2016-* 2006 1997-98 1993-96 2005-08 1963-64 1969 1993-95 1995-98 1973 1990-92 1991-95 1991-92 1975 2009-12 2010-11 2010-13

McGarty, Edward McKaney, Charlie McLaughlin, Kieran McLasky, Mike McNamara, Dillon McNamara, Mike McWilliams, Bill Mecerod, George Medina, Frank Meier, Tom Meile, John Mejia, Richard Meisner, Keith Melillo, Bill Merz, Jay Messana, Vincent Miceli, Robert Milani, Jimmy Miller, David Miller, Michael Miller, William Millette, Bert Millette, Douglas Milo, Jordan Mirando, Al Mischel, Roger Mistretta, Pete Mongiello, Mike Morello, William Morse, Brandon Mortellaro, Louis Moscatiello, Antonio Mott, James Muir, Bob Mulford, Jonathan Mulroony, Kenneth Mulvey, Dan Murphy, Chris Murphy, Tyler Musmacker, John Myers, Michael

N

1996 1973 2016-* 2007-08 2010-13 1993-96 1965 1977 1975 1982-84 1952 2011-14 1983-86 2006-09 1995-98 2012 1972-73 2010-13 1965 1967 2011 1956 1953 2016-* 1972 2004-05 1972-73 2007-08 1985-88 2016-* 1965-67 1990 1983 1990-92 2013-16 1972 1972 2010-12 2015-16 1993-96 2004-07

Napolitano, Guy 1997-98 Napolitano, Joseph 1985-86 Nazimek, Mike 1997-98 Neal, Brian 2001-02, 2004-05 Neubauer, Billy 2006-09 Newman, Gerald 1977 Nicholich, Robert 1983-86 Nicholson, Ricky 2003-06 Nienstedt, Bruce 1968 Nixon, Robert 2008-11 Northrop, John 2006 Novello, Mark 2018-

O

O’Connor, Bill O’Connor, Matthew O’Connor, Tim O’Dell, Thomas O’Hara, Neil O’Neill, Pat Ondras, Stephen Orologio, Camden Ortega, Al Ortiz, Augie Owsinski, Eddie

P

Pabisch, Chris Paccione, Robert Palladino, Chris Palmerini, Nick Pamatat, Brian Parkins, Clive Parrillo, Robert Pelkaus, Erik Pena, Rudy Pepio, Dan Perrelli, Pat Persche, Bob Persico, Salvatore Phillips, Michael Pierce, Brian Pomo-Roman, Nick Popp, Billy Potters, Jake Primeggia, Robert Purrazella, Peter

Q

Quinones, Augusto

R

Rasowsky, Oren Rath, Brian Raynes, Gregory Rayola, Michael Reilly, Charles Ricciardi, Ralph Rizzuto, Tom Rockwood, Michael Roerdan, Brian Rogers, Ray Rohrs, Teddy Romeo, Lucas Rose, Mike Rosenblatt, Milton Rotondara, Joseph Rovner, Josh

1983-85 2016-18 20181972 1973 2004-08 1996 2015-18 1982 1982-83 2009-11

2009-13 2006-09 2005-06 2018-* 1993-96 1990 1988 2000-04 1998 1977 1990 1962-64 2008 1972-73 1996-98 2009-11 1990-91 2008-09 1985 1977

1972-73

2008-11 2005-06 1996-98 1996-98 1972-73 1967 1992-95 1993-96 1977 1977 2007-10 2009-12 1990 1967 1995-96 2018-

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All-Time Roster Rubenstein, Art Russo, Bob Ryan, Jack

1982 1986-87 2018-

S

Salemi, Dave 2006-09 Salmieri, Steve 1982 Sambito, Joseph 1972-73 Santiago, TJ 2014-17 Sasso, Randy 1984 Scacco, Gus 1982-84 Schampier, Ken 1990 Schreirer, Don 1962-64 Schultz, Walter 1964 Schwind, Steven 1977 Sciarrotta, Rob 2017-* Sclafani, Paul 1972-75 Scudero, Mike 2007-11 Seskin, Phil 1982-85 Serkin, Bruce 1967 Sessa, Steven 2016 Shafran-Austin 1998 Sharkey, Vincent 2012-15 Sicari, Tom 2001-05 Siegel, Shannon 1990-91 Signore, Donato 2012-15 Silverman, Dennis 1968 Simpson, Troy 2017-* Sinacori, Gregory 2011

Sioukas, Alex Smith, Craig Smith, John Smith, Mike Soete, Karl Solfanelli, Joe Spano, Charles Stack, Michael Staib, Frank Stahl, Brandon Stark, Ben Statler, George Steele, Max Steiner, Chris Stern, Phillip Stone, Richard Sylvester, Stephen

T

Taggart, Daniel Takach, Dave Taliercio, Daniel Tarpey, Michael Taylor, Andrew Terwilliger, Lucas Testani, Mike Testani, Nick Thompson, John Thompson, Mike

1991-93 1998 1969 2016-17 1983-84 1964 1998 2014-17 2007 2013-14 1962-64 2006-07 20181982 1977 1968 1975

2016-* 1982-84 2014 2015-18 1985-86 2016-* 2007-08 2004-06 2014-16 2003-06

Thorsen, Jack Thorstensen, Trevor Tinucci, Andrew Tobia, Mike Torregrossa, Tom Torrente, Tony Tortorici, Vinnie Trace, Lou Triano, Ray Tropiano, Ralph Tufano, Neil Tullo, Michael Turner, Bobby Twibell, Casey

Urso, Chris

U V

Valeriano, Frank Valetutti, James Van Allen, Rick Vani, Robert Velazquez, Omar Viscuso, Chris Vlaun, William Voskovitch, Robert

2018 2010-11 2001-04 2006-09 2010-11 1988-90 1952 1983 2013-16 2005-07 1963-64 1997-98 1952 2003-04

1991

2006-08 1972-73 2012-15 2014-17 2011 2007-08 1993 1972-73

W

Walsh, Michael Ward, Kenneth Warick, Brandon Warshefskie, Tyler Weidlein, Chris Weinzimer, Phillip Wellen, Bill Whiston, Don Widmer, Chris Wilkens, Richard Williams, Doug Willen, Joel Withers, Steven Wolf, Martin Wood, Ken Wulpern, George

Zaccheo, Fred Zarrella, Anthony Zarzicki, Michael Zervas, John Zinkiewicz, Chris Zito, Nick Zundritsch, Joe Zykoff, Alex

1998 1972-75 20182015-18 2007-10 1968 1958 1992-93 02-05 1956 1977 1964 2015-* 1955 1982 52-54

Z

1983-86 2011-13 1997-98 1996 2002-06 2012-15 1990-92 2013-16

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All-Time Roster/Adelphi In The Pros Joe Sambito

Stephen Malvagna

Houston Astros (1973)

New York Mets (2006, free agent)

Charles Reilly Boston Red Sox (1974)

Bill Gaffney Seattle Mariners (1979)

David Takach New York Mets (1984)

Bill O’Connor Minnesota Twins (1985)

Tim Byrnes Kansas City Royals (1987)

Helmut Bohringer

Ralph Tropiano Baltimore Orioles (2007)

Bobby Lanigan Minnesota Twins (2008)

Mike Myers Long Island Ducks (2008)

Keith Couch Boston Red Sox (2010)

Robert Nixon Cleveland Indians (2011)

Los Angeles Dodgers (1989)

Mike Scudero

Scott Davis

Windy City Thunderbolts (2011)

Kansas City Royals (1990)

Dan Mascia Texas Rangers (1992)

Dom Gatti Texas Rangers (1993)

Steve Lukas

Dillon McNamara New York Yankees (2013)

Cliff Brantley Toronto Blue Jays (2014)

Jonathan Mulford Cardinals (2016)

Sioux City Explorers (1994)

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Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation DANNY

McCABE After a nationwide search, Danny McCabe was appointed Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation at Adelphi in July 2013 by former Adelphi University President Dr. Robert A. Scott.

In his first two years at the helm of the athletics department, the Panthers continued to set a standard of excellence in the Northeast-10 Conference, winning the school’s second consecutive Presidents’ Cup in 2013-14 before finishing second in 2014-15. In that time, Adelphi claimed seven NE10 Championships, sent 15 teams to NCAA Tournament play and claimed two NCAA National Championships in women’s lacrosse. In 2015, the softball team reached the Women’s College World Series for the first time as a Division II program, winning the NCAA Division II East 2 Regional on Janet L. Ficke Field before sweeping the Super Regional on the campus of top-seeded Southern New Hampshire.

McCabe has been instrumental in creating several new positions in the department, beginning with the addition of a varsity women’s golf program and the hiring of Keith Ferrara as the first full-time strength and conditioning coach. In addition, the department created a new strength and conditioning center inside the Center for Recreation and Sports which features all the amenities required for a first-class program. Finally, in 2015, McCabe was chosen to begin a three-year term on the men’s basketball NCAA East Regional Advisory Committee and also serves on the ECAC Board of Directors. McCabe came to Adelphi from Hofstra University, where he was a part of the Pride Intercollegiate Athletic program for eight years, as Executive Associate Athletic Director. He played a pivotal role in the day-to-day operation of the department and in that role McCabe spearheaded Hofstra’s NCAA Certification process, and played a large role in developing and implementing the University’s five-year plan for athletics. He also served as the chairman of the NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinals Organizing Committee at Hofstra in 2009 and 2011.

In addition, McCabe served as the program administrator for the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s lacrosse, volleyball and the In the classroom, 12 student-athletes have been recognized as CoSida men’s soccer program and had oversight Capital One Academic All-District I Team responsibilities for the sports medicine and honorees, including five Academic Allstrength and conditioning departments. Americans from the men’s lacrosse (Nick Watson), women’s lacrosse (Devan Crimi, Alexa Prior to Hofstra, McCabe was at Providence Froccaro), women’s soccer (Taylor Groth) and College where he served as Associate Director of women’s basketball (Kelly Mannix) programs. Athletics for External Relations from 2000-05. In Furthermore, seven teams earned the NE10 Bill Altenberg - 1950-51 that capacity, he managed all athletic department Team Academic Excellence Awards in 2013-14, marketing, promotions and sales strategies for George Faherty 1951-66 while the softball program posted the highest the Big East institution. Under his guidance, the Jim Bedell - 1966-72 GPA across all three NCAA Divisions; the College experienced increased sponsorship program followed that up as one of four Panther Ron Bazil - 1972-79 sales and ticket sales and increased the average teams to win an Academic Excellence Award attendance at Friar men’s basketball games. Larry Keating 1979-85 in 2014-15, recording the highest GPA in the McCabe also oversaw the Providence Athletic Paul Doherty - 1985-87 history of the award. Ticket Office, managed their collegiate licensing

Adelphi University Director of Athletics

Robert Hartwell In addition to the success in competition and in the classroom, McCabe has been instrumental Danny McCabe in expanding Adelphi’s corporate partners, bringing the sponsorships of TD Bank ®, the Whitmore Group, the Greene Turtle, and MetLife ® to the department. In 2015, MetLife Legacy Advisors became the title sponsor of Adelphi’s annual Fall Cocktail Reception, while MetroTeam Outfitters returned as Adelphi’s official gear sponsor and joined the roster of corporate partners as the title sponsor of the annual Ficke Golf Classic. The funds raised at these special events reached record levels, and membership in the Panther Club, the department’s major friend-andfundraising arm, also doubled in 2015 to nearly 800 members.

- 1987-2013 - 2013-Present

program increasing revenue by 133 percent, and worked with the Director of Athletics in the department’s fundraising program.

Before his time at Providence, McCabe served as the University of Miami (FL) Director of Ticket Sales from 1998 to 2000. At Miami, he handled season ticket and group ticket sales strategies for the Hurricane’s football, baseball, and men’s and women’s basketball programs. McCabe also spent time in leadership roles in the marketing departments at both Fairfield University (1994-98) and Fordham University (1991-92). A 1991 graduate of Providence College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, McCabe earned a MBA degree from Fairfield University in 2004.

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Administration

Victoria Chiesa

Gina Coscia

Emily Dorko

Taylor Hayes

Eugene Marquardt

Coordinator of Sports Information

Administrative Assistant

Associate Athletic Director/ Director of External Relations

Equipment Room Graduate Assistant

Equipment Room Manager

Morgan Metcalf

Felicia Mills

David Vallins

Meghan Tragner

Kate Whalen

Sports Information Graduate Assistan

Coordinator of Athletic Administration

Compliance Graduate Assistant

Business Manager

Athletic Training

Mike Gavagan

Renee Crossan

Tracie Thomson

Keith Ferrara

Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Rory Grady

Katherine Martin

Administrative Assistant

Senior Associate AD/SWA/ Compliance

Event Management

Kara Megherian

Andrew McCabe

Vinny Amodeo

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Coordinator of Facilities

Coordinator of Special Events

Sam Caruso

Claudia Kostich

William Marois

Fallon McCarthy

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistantt

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Campus Recreation

Linda Gundrum Director

Michael Grant

Assistant Director

Erica Lloyd

Assistant Director

Head Coaches

TBA

Brooke

Men’s Soccer Head Derosa Coach/Senior Assistant Women’s Soccer Head Athletic Director Coach/Assistant Athletic Director

Breanne Nasti

Gordon Purdie

David Duke

Julia DelNero

Gudrinis Fernandez Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Missy Traversi

Danielle MacKnight

Mary Moore

Charles Cohen

Dennis Kearney

Graduate Assistant

Men’s Basketball Head Coach/Assistant Athletic Director

Women’s Basketball Head Coach/Assistant Athletic Director

Dom Scala

Robert Smith

Peter Fisher

Women’s Volleyball Head Field Hockey Head Coach/Assistant Coach/Assistant Athletic Athletic Director Director

Softball Head Coach/ Assistant Athletic Director

Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach/Assistant Athletic Director

Baseball Head Coach/ Assistant Athletic Director

Swimming and Diving Head Coach

Men’s Golf Head Coach

Bowling Head Coach

Pat McCabe

Joanna Haich

James Sweeney

Katie Rees

Marissa Speciale

Alex Campbell

Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Women’s Golf Head Coach

Cross Country/Track and Field Head Coach

Dance Head Coach

Cheerleading Head Coach

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Facilities William J. Bonomo Memorial Field

The William J. Bonomo Memorial Field was officially opened on October 6, 2007 and dedicated on December 10, 2007 as home to the baseball team. The field, which is constructed of field turf with cut outs for the bases, home plate and the pitcher’s mound, allow for games to be played in the most unfavorable of condition. Along each foul line are 50foot dugouts and enclosed bullpens with two pitchers mounds. The entire field is enclosed and the outfield features an eight-foot high fence with a windscreen.

Janet L. Ficke Field

Named after long time softball coach, the Janet L. Ficke Field was rededicated in October 2005 and got a face-lift with renovations finished in the summer of 2011. The brand new, state of the art field features an all-weather turf outfield and dirt infield. Additionally, the field includes two, 40 foot brick cutout dugouts which include storage space as well as bathrooms for both the home and visiting benches. Seating in the stands can hold 500 spectators while a working press box for the Sports Information and game day staff complete with Internet and a PA and sound system overlooks the field.

Motamed Field

Motamed Field is the home to both the men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams as well as the field hockey team. It has all-weather turf and lights to accommodate games at any time of the day all year long. A fully working three-room press box complete with internet, PA and sound system, and a crow’s nest for videotaping sits atop the stands that seat 1,600 spectators.

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Facilities

Center for Recreation and Sports

Opened in 2008, the CRS is the home of Adelphi Athletics and one of the newest buildings on campus. The 76,000 square foot facility houses athletic department personnel, coaches and assistant coaches offices as well as the equipment and athletic training and rehabilitation rooms. It is also home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the volleyball team. The three-court gymnasium has seating for 800 spectators which can be expanded to 1,000 when using the track for additional standing space. The jogging surface which is suspended above the courts is an all-weather, rubber surface that is .10 mile.

Tennis Courts

Located behind the practice field, the Adelphi University Tennis courts are home to the men’s and women’s tennis teams. There are four courts with bleacher seating for spectators and fans.

Woodruff Hall

Woodruff Hall is one of Adelphi’s original buildings on campus. Built in 1896 and renovated in 2009, historic Woodruff Hall is a landmark in Garden City. The outside remains the same while the inside was completely renovated. The four lane, 25 yard swimming pool is home to the swim team as well as the Adelphi Community and is equipped with a HyTek scoring system. Woodruff Hall is also the home to the physical education and exercise science departments as well as Campus Recreation.

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About Adelphi University Undergraduate Programs

Accounting African American and Ethnic Studies^ Anthropology/Forensic Anthropology Art • Art History • Fine Arts (ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture) • Graphic Design Art Education* Asian Studies Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Communications Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer and Management Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance**

Economics Education Studeis • Adolescence Education (STEP) • Childhood Education (STEP) English Environmental Studies Exercise Physiology Finance Foreign Language Studies French Gender Studies History Interdisciplinary Studies International Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Management (Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Management Information Systems) Mathematics Music** Nursing

Performing Arts** • Acting • Design Tech Philosophy Physical Education Physical Education/ Health Education Physics Political Science Psychology Public Service Social Work Sociology Spanish Sport Management

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About Adelphi University Five-year Bachelor’s/ Master’s Program • Business • Scholars Teacher Education Program (STEP) • Adolescence Education • Childhood Education • Social Work

Pre-Professional Opportunities • Pre-Dental • Pre-Engineering • Pre-Law • Pre-Medicine • Pre-Optometry • Pre-Physical Therapy/allied health

Special Programs • • • •

Honors College Levermore Global Scholars Program Learning Disabilities Program General Studies Program

*Art portfolio required **Audition required

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Long Island There’s more than plenty to do on Long Island. Arts, culture, history, beaches, golf and shopping. There are five distinctive regions in Long Island North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsbyera mansions .

South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages.

South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with world-famous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders. Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park. North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands.

New York City It is impossible not to find something interesting to do and see in Manhattan. The most renowned of New York City’s five boroughs, Manhattan offers the best of everything—Broadway shows, concerts, sporting events, museums, shops, restaurants, parks, parades, cultural landmarks and one-of-a-kind neighborhoods. New York City is only 30 minutes from the Adelphi University Campus. On a trip to Manhattan, you could: • Head to Central Park to catch the finish of the New York City Marathon, or pack a picnic basket for lunch on the grass at Strawberry Fields; • Ring in the New Year by watching the famous ball drop in Times Square; • Catch a Tony Award-winning show or late-night TV favorite David Letterman on Broadway;

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• See the Knicks take the court or the Rangers hit the ice at historic Madison Square Garden; • Try your hand at any number of sports at Chelsea Piers; • Get in the holiday spirit at the treelighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center; Indulge your love of the arts at Lincoln Center or Carnegie Hall; Visit the best-known address in the financial world: Wall Street; Spend a leisurely day walking through a unique neighborhood such as Little Italy, Chinatown, Greenwich Village or Harlem; Experience the great works of art you’ve discussed in class on a trip to Museum Mile along Fifth Avenue; or take a tour of the building that seeks to unite the world, the United Nations.

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