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2011 Wagner College Baseball


2011 Wagner College Baseball


1............... Front Cover (Wagner Seniors) 2....... Inside Front Cover (Wagner Juniors) 3......................................Quick Facts 4-7..................... This is Wagner College 8-9..................................... Facilities 10................ President Richard Guarasci 11........................... AD Walt Hameline 12-13............................. Support Staff 14-16....................... Media Information 17................................. Player Roster 18-19................................... Outlook 20................... Head Coach Joe Litterio 21................................ Asst. Coaches 22-28............................ Senior Profiles 29-32............................ Junior Profiles 33-36...................... Sophomore Profiles 37-41....................... Newcomer Profiles 42-45.............................. 2010 Review 46.................... Postseason/NEC History 47.......................... Wagner In The Pros 48.............. All-Time Professional Players 49-53.......................... Wagner History 54. Inside Back Cover (Wagner Sophomores) Athletics Administration Athletics Director............. Walt Hameline Senior Assoc. AD...............Brendan Fahey Assoc. AD / SWA................. Peg Hefferan Asst. AD / Academics............Jim Gibbons Facilities Manager................... Ed Arnold Asst. AD for Marketing............ Mike Miller Asst. AD for Media Relations....John Beisser SID for Baseball .................... Kevin Ross Director of Sports Medicine..... Joe Abruzzo Wagner Athletics Phone....... 718-390-3433

C R E D I T S The 2011 Wagner Baseball Guide is a publication of the Sports Information Office. Designed and written by Kevin Ross, Asst. SID with assistance from John Beisser, SID, Rob Cornell, Ali MichelettiMike Miller, Kevin Murawinski, Nick Dattilo, Greg Mescall and Dedrick Dye. Photos by Dave Saffran, Jim Hogue, Chris & Melissa Lockard, Hilton Flores, SR Smith, Dr. Norman R. Smith. Also special thanks to the Staten Island Yankees for photography.

Baseball Quick Facts

Location:......................... Staten Island, NY Founded:........................................ 1883 Nickname:................................. Seahawks Colors:............................ Green and White Enrollment:.................................... 2,100 Home Field:.Richmond County Ballpark (6,900) Affiliation:..........................NCAA Division I Conference:........ Northeast Conference (NEC) Athletics Director:.............. Walter Hameline President:.................... Dr. Richard Guarasci Head Coach:............................Joe Litterio .......................(Rutgers,1993); 12th Season Asst. Coaches:...... Billy Malloy (Rutgers, 2000) ........ Mike Consolmagno (South Florida, 2009) Office Phone:.......................(718) 390-3154 Baseball Email:...............jlitteri@wagner.edu 2010 Record (Finish):.. 26-31 (NEC 17-15 / 4th) 2010 NEC Tournament Record: ........ 1-2 (3rd) Litterio’s Overall Record:...............222-339-2 Litterio’s Record at Wagner:................ Same Litterio’s NEC Record:..................... 142-139 Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.......... 15 / 11 Position Players (Starters) Returning / Lost:.6/3 Pitchers (Starters) Returning / Lost:......... 5/2 Sports Information Contact:........... Kevin Ross SID Office Phone:...................(718) 390-3215 SID Fax:..............................(718) 390-3347 Press Row Phone...................(716) 969-6126 SID Email Address:...... kevin.ross@wagner.edu Mailing Address:.............. Spiro Sports Center ................................... One Campus Road ............................ Staten Island, NY 10301 Web Site:............. www.wagnerathletics.com THE COLLEGE: A competitive, four-year private college founded in 1883. Wagner College has developed a curriculum that unites deep learning and practical application. The Wagner Plan incorporates our long-standing commitment to the liberal arts, experiential learning and interdisciplinary education with our geographical location and enduring bond with New York City. The College’s annual operating budget is $50 million. LOCATION: Atop Grymes Hill in New York City’s Borough of Staten Island, a neighborhood of historic turn-of-the-century estates and mansions. Once the American home of the Cunard shipping lines dynasty, Wagner’s campus provides a setting that feels far away from the city. CAMPUS: 105 acres of park-like hilltop that overlook the Atlantic Ocean, New York Harbor and Manhattan. We have 23 buildings, including Horrmann Library with over 150,000 volumes. HOUSING: Three residence halls fully equipped with fiber optic phone system including Internet, voice mail and e-mail. 80 percent of our students live on campus.

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FINAL 2010 NEC STANDINGS

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

NEC ALL

Bryant 25-7 Sacred Heart * 20-12 CCSU * 18-14 Wagner * 17-15 Monmouth * 15-17 Mount St. Mary’s 14-18 Quinnipiac 13-19 Fairleigh Dickinson 11-21 Long Island 11-21

34-22 31-27 33-23 26-31 22-27 20-31 14-39 16-38 14-42

2010 NEC Tournament Results

Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1: #1 2: #2 3: #3 4: #1 4: #2 5: #2 6: #2

Sacred Heart 5 #4 Monmouth 4 CCSU 5 #3 Wagner 3 Wagner 9 #4 Monmouth 4 Sacred Heart 8 #2 CCSU 3 CCSU 7 #3 Wagner 2 CCSU 9 #1 Sacred Heart 6 CCSU 9 #1 Sacred Heart 3


As tenacious as any Seahawk, Wagner College enjoys a bucolic perch atop Grymes Hill overlooking Manhattan and the other boroughs of New York City. Founded in 1883 as a Lutheran proseminary, Wagner has evolved to become an independent residential liberal arts college enrolling a capacity of over 2,000 students. The location of the College above the gateway to one of the world’s greatest financial and cultural capitals was the work of alumnus Frank Sutter who convinced the College’s Board of Trustees to relocate Wagner here from Rochester in 1918. In this, the Rev. Sutter and the trustees were extraordinarily prescient. Their wisdom provided Wagner with a distinct geographical advantage over all other all liberal arts colleges in the country. Wagner is New York State’s southernmost college and its 105 park-like acres represent the highest elevation on the eastern seaboard from Maine to Key West Florida. The College’s signature curriculum – the Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts – capitalizes on the best of a traditional, suburban, liberal arts college campus and the infinite array of educational opportunities afforded by New York City. Students intern in the world’s leading financial institutions. They observe and experience diversity from the sophisticated workings of the United Nations to melting pots of multicultural neighborhoods. They circulate in the city’s unparalleled creative environment of museums, media, and performing arts. This is their laboratory. They immerse themselves and are inspired by the city’s sheer energy. The contrast between the frenetic life of the city and the almost pastoral setting of the campus is the perfect metaphor for the melding of experiential and theoretical education that is the hallmark of The Wagner Plan. In small learning communities, students and faculty explore the conceptual foundations of the arts, humanities, and sciences. The faculty challenges students to consider new ideas, to master new skills and technologies, and to reflect and draw meaning from what they have experienced in and out of the classroom. A lush canopy of mature maples and oaks shades Wagner’s 105-acre campus of manicured lawns and gardens; historic and modern buildings; and sweeping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New York Harbor. In early 2009, former U.S. President Bill Clinton recognized Wagner College and President Richard Guarasci, at the second annual Clinton Global Initiative University. Wagner was cited for the Port Richmond Partnership, an innovative program that will focus the school’s community resources in an effort to improve quality of life in a specific Staten Island neighborhood. Movie companies have frequently used the campus as a classic college setting, most recently for a movie titled “School of Rock” starring Jack Black (Shallow Hal). The picturesque campus was also used in a fall 2001 television series, The Education of Max Bixford, starring Richard Dreyfus and as the site of a prospective private military school in the HBO series, The Sopranos.

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Since the adoption of the Wagner Plan in 1997, enrollment has increased by nearly 40 percent and student quality as measured by high school average and SAT scores have improved as well. Once largely a commuter campus, now 82 percent of all undergraduates live on campus in residence halls that offer “million dollar” views. Though continuing to serve students from metropolitan New York, the college draws most of its enrollment from beyond the immediate region. By every measure – enrollment, endowment, and national reputation – Wagner is ascending the ranks of America’s strongest small colleges that blend the liberal arts with a commitment to service and preparation for the professions. Campus life includes the array of sports provided by an NCAA Division I program which is housed in a 93,000-square-foot sports center featuring an extensive fitness center, an indoor NCAA swimming pool and a basketball arena. A football and track & field stadium showcases a variety of playing fields throughout the campus including baseball, softball, lacrosse and soccer venues. Wagner’s alumni include Broadway Tony award winners, movie stars, film producers, playwrights, and Fortune 500 CEO’s including the chairman of GE Investments, the chairman of Dupont Europe, the chairman Emeritus of The Oppenheimer Management Company and the chairman of the New York Power Authority. Visitors to and residents of New York City alike enjoy access to a rich and diverse array of museums, cultural organizations, arts performances, sports teams, societies and attractions. Some of the best and most famous attractions in the world call New York City home. We encourage you to find out more about them, so that you can plan a visit to what is one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. To get to Manhattan from Staten Island, you can take a ride on the world-famous Staten Island Ferry, a well-recognized icon of New York City transportation, and incidentally, a free ride into the heart of New York City.

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Majors & Programs Anthropology* Art* Art History (minor only) Arts Administration

Art, Music, Theatre, Combined Arts

Biology* Biopsychology Business Administration Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing

Chemistry*

Biochemistry

Computer Science* Dance (minor only) Economics* Education Dual Certification in Childhood (Elementary) and Special Education, Theater Arts (K-12), Minor in Adolescent (Secondary) Education

English* Environmental Studies French Gender Studies (minor only) German (minor only) History* Information Systems (minor only) International Affairs

International Politics International Economics

Italian Studies (minor only) Journalism (minor only) Mathematics* Microbiology* Music*

Nursing Philosophy (minor only) Physician Asst. (Jan. 1 deadline) Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Public Policy and Administration Religious Studies (minor only) Sociology Academic Sociology, Criminal Justice, Family Studies

Spanish* Theatre* (Dec. 15 deadline) Performance; Design/Technology/ Management

Pre-Professional Programs Health: Chiropractic, Dental, Medical, Optometry, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Veterinary Other: Law, Engineering, Ministry

5-Year Master’s Program Accounting Graduate Division Advanced Physician Assistant Studies Business Administration Education Microbiology Nursing *=major and minor available Italics=concentration

Wagner’s unique location offers students a campus setting that feels hundreds of miles away from anywhere, while actually only a ferry ride away from the professional and cultural riches of the world’s most dynamic city New York City


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Dr. Richard Guarasci Wagner College President Dr. Richard Guarasci is the 18th President of Wagner College, where he was previously the Provost and Senior Vice President, responsible for academic and student affairs, admissions, and support service, in addition to serving as the chief operating officer. He holds the rank of Professor of Political Science and he teaches in the areas of democracy, citizenship and American diversity. At Wagner, Dr. Guarasci founded The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts, the fouryear curriculum for all undergraduates, that draws together a substantive liberal arts core into a series of learning communities and experiential learning tutorials. Dr. Guarasci was Dean of the College and Professor of Political Science at Hobart College from 1992-1997. Previously he served as Dean and founding Director of the First Year Program at St. Lawrence University, a nationally celebrated model program of democratic living and learning required for all first year students that joined first year housing to a two semester schedule. Dr. Guarasci is the author of Democratic Education in the Age of Difference: Redefining Citizenship in Higher Education (Jossey-Bass, 1997), and numerous other publications including 3 books, more than 20 articles and more than 50 conference presentations. He is now a national leader in higher education with many speaking engagements throughout the United States. He is an active educational consultant for more than 20 universities and colleges. Time Magazine selected him as a National Undergraduate Educator and he received awards from the Sears Foundation, the Glitz Family Prize and many other citations including a day of recognition by proclamation of the City Council in Geneva, New York. Recently, Congressman Vito Fossella and the Staten Island Civic Association both cited him for public service on Staten Island. He served on the National Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges and Universities,The Board of Trustees of the Independent Colleges Fund of New York and he is co-chair of New York State Campus Compact. He is a Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education (SVHE) and a PEW Foundation Fellow with the Washington Center for Learning in building natural leadership in Learning Communities. He is a member of the faculty for the Asheville Institute and an Advising Board Member for the Models for Democracy Project of SVHE. Dr. Guarasci recently authored ‘Developing the Democratic Arts” in About Campus (Feb. 2001) and “On Becoming the Good College: Lessons Learned” in Liberal Education. Dr. Guarasci holds a Bachelor of Science from Fordham University. He received his M.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in Political Science from Indiana University.

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Walter Hameline Director of Athletics / Head Football Coach

Now in his 30th year as Director of Athletics and Head Football Coach at Wagner College, the relentlessly energetic and optimistic Walt Hameline continues to amass an astounding record of achievement and consistency. On Nov. 6, 2010, Hameline became just the eighth active Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) coach to win 200 games with a 31-20 victory over Monmouth and ranks 66th (tied) on the all-time NCAA wins list (any level). In addition, he is one 36 coaches to win 200 games at one school

While his coaching success is immense, Hameline has been equally effective as an administrator. Under Hameline’s leadership, the Seahawk athletic department has undergone an ambitious expansion in both sport offerings and facility improvements. In the spring of 2002, Wagner introduced women’s water polo to its slate and the Seahawks now feature 20 sport offerings. Known for his keen vision and boundless enthusiam, Hameline was influential in establishing the Seahawk Golf Classic, now in its 19th year, and the Seahawk Club, a pair of intitiaves aimed at increasing funds for the scholarship endowment and complete financial support for the athletic department. Most recently under Hameline’s direction, the Wagner College Stadium field has been resurfaced with a state-of-the-art Field Turf playing surface. This multi-purpose surface was constructed in the summer of 2006 and is used for football, soccer and lacrosse. In 1997 Hameline governed the opening of Wagner’s football stadium and outdoor track & field facility and was instrumental in erecting the Spiro Sports Center in the spring of 1999 - a 93,000 square-foot building which houses a 2,100-seat, multi-purpose arena, a six-lane swimming pool, team locker rooms and all athletic department offices. In 1995, Hameline oversaw the opening of new athletic fields at the base of Grymes Hill to house additional teams. This multisport facility is presently home to the Seahawk softball team which, in 2007, underwent a vast reconstruction. An institution of high academic standards, Wagner was cited in the March 18, 2002 edition of US News & World Report for have the 15th best graduation rate amongst more than 300 Division I college and/or universities. In 2009, he guided the Seahawks to their 22nd winning season in his tenure, a 6-5 overall record and a 5-3 mark in the NEC. The Seahawks, picked eighth in the NEC Preseason Coaches Poll, were the surprise team of the year in the conference, finishing in a tie for third place. In addition, the Seahawks were the only NEC team to knock off first-place Central Connecticut St. last season. Hameline’s overall coaching ledger includes five ECAC Championships, three NCAA Tournament appearances and the 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship — all told, 10 post-season appearances in 29 seasons. Hameline won his 175th career game - all at Wagner with a come-from-behind victory over St. Francis (PA) in the 2005 season finale. He became the winningest coach in Wagner College history in 1990. The highlight, of course, is the 19-3 win over heavily-favored Dayton in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl for the 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship. Against one of the toughest schedules in the nation, Hameline’s Seahawks rolled to a 13-1 record, winning more games than any college football team in America. The team earned the school’s second Lambert Trophy, symbolic of football superiority in the East among Division III schools, and ECAC Team of the Year recognition. Hameline was honored by many organizations including the Chevrolet National Coach of the Year. Hameline was one of 23 members of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Committee (MIBA), which previously stood as the governing body of the National Invitation Tournament. He is an active member of the American Football Coaches Association as well as the Division I-AA Eastern Regional Football Advisory Committee. The 58 year-old administrator, has been a key developer of the Northeast Conference, serving on numerous committees and served as president of the league. Eight years ago, Hameline was honored for his playing, coaching and administrative achievements when he was inducted into the Utica Sports Hall of Fame. In addition, Hameline was given the All-America Football Foundation Johnny Vaught Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998. An outstanding defensive back at Brockport State, Hameline received his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1975, and went on to earn his Master’s Degree in education from the University of Albany in 1977. Hameline resides in Colts Neck, NJ, with his wife, Debbie, and their daughters Kristen and Kelly.

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Brendan Fahey

Peg Hefferan

Associate AD/ Business Manager

Associate AD/ Senior Women’s Administrator

Kristen Casamento

Brian Poissant

Assistant for Academic Compliance

Kevin Ross

Jim Gibbons

John Beisser

Molly Rice

Assistant AD for Academics & Compliance

Assistant AD of Media Relations

Assistant AD of Business & Finance

Kyle Muir

Anthony Passalacqua

Jim Balben

Assistant for Academic Compliance

Assistant for Academic Compliance

Rob Cornell

Alison Micheletti

Mike Miller

Assistant AD for Marketing & Promotions

Erica Ellis

Equipment Manager Laundry Service

Intramural Coordinator

Coordinator of Business & Finance

Media Relations Assistant

Media Relations / Marketing Assistant

Ed Arnold

Director for Facilities & Operations

Daniel Lawrence

Michael Aresco

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Joe Abruzzo

Javier Jiminez

Gerald Charles

Michael Coupe

Meghan Sullivan

Andrew Teeter

Assistant AD/ Head Athletic Trainer

Associate Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Manager of Facilities & Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant for Facilities & Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Fall Sports

Walt Hameline

Mike Minielli

Head Coach Football

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Joe Stasi

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s X-C Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field

John LeBlanc

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Winter Sports

Mark Sowa

Kelly Mohr Head Coach Diving

Head Coach Swimming

Dan Hurley

Gela Mikalauskas

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Spring Sports

Joe Litterio

Glen Payne

Jason Rife

Head Coach Softball

Head Coach Baseball

Emily Milhalik Head Coach Dance Team

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Head Coach Men’s Lacrosse

Chris Radmonovich Head Coach Water Polo

Joe Stasi

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s X-C Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field

Cristina Curiale Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Chris Fourman

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Golf


CREDENTIALS — Media credentials for Wagner College home games are issued only for working members of the media, and should be requested as early as possible. Requests must be made in writing on company letterhead and are honored only from sports editors of daily newspapers/magazines and sports directors of radio and television stations. Wagner College follows the guidelines set forth by the NCAA in governing the issuance of credentials. Season credentials will be granted only to daily newspapers and television/radio stations that cover Seahawk football on a regular basis. Otherwise, television/radio stations and weekly newspapers will be granted credentials on a single-game, space-available basis. Requests for season credentials should arrive by September 1. Requests for single-game credentials should arrive no later than one week in advance of a game. All requests for credentials should be made to: John Beisser Assistant Athletic Director For Media Relations Spiro Sports Center One Campus Road Staten Island, NY 10301 Phone: (718) 390-3227 FAX: (718) 420-4015 PRESS POLICIES — Press box seating is reserved for working press only. Should any special needs arise, please contact the sports information office. MEDIA PARKING — Available adjacent to Wagner College Stadium on a limited, first-come, first-serve basis. There is no designated media parking area. Contact the sports information office for further information. STATISTICAL SERVICES — Working media at Wagner College Stadium will receive the following: * Game program and notes * Complete halftime statistics * Complete final statistics * Complete play-by-play REFRESHMENTS — Refreshments will be available in the press box prior to the game and at halftime. Credentials are required for entrance to the press box. MEDIA WILL CALL — Located at the Stadium’s main gate. TELEPHONES — A limited number of telephone lines are available at the Stadium. Newspapers and radio stations desiring their own private ines, to be installed in the press box, are recommended to contact the sports information office at (718) 390-3227. INTERVIEW POLICIES — All interviews with Wagner College football players must be arranged through the sports information office. PLAYERS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON GAME DAY UNTIL AFTER THE GAME.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS — Following each game, there will be a 10-minute cooling-off period, during which the players will shower and dress. Approximately 10 minutes after the game ends, Coach Hameline will be available for comment. Following Coach Hameline’s interview session and the cooling-off period, the Seahawk locker room will be open to all members of the media. PLAYER TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS — Telephone interview requests for Coach Hameline and Seahawk players, which should be made 48 hours in advance when possible. Player interview will be made at an appropriate time, so as not to interfere with the academic schedule of the player(s).

FOLLOW WAGNER ATHLETICS ONLINE This season marks the launch of Wagner College Athletics’ Facebook page, Twitter feed, and YouTube Channel. For the first time, fans are able to receive news updates, scores, scheduling information, and video clips through these popular social networking sites. Follow the instructions below for more information! Visit www.facebook.com. Once you have an account, click in the “search” box in the top right corner and type in “Wagner Seahawk”. A list will appear - Look for the official Facebook photo (on the right) and hit “Add as Friend”. Log on to www.youtube.com/wagnerseahawks. You can subscribe to the channel by filling out a user account, but all videos can be viewed for free. Football, Men’s Basketball, and Women’s Basketball clips are loaded to the site immediately after the game! Go to www.twitter.com/wagnerathletics. Here, you can view up-to-date “tweets” from the Wagner College Athletics Staff! To receive instant scores and text message updates, become a member of the site and click on the “Follow” button in the upper left corner.

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WIRE SERVICES

......................................................................................Phone Number.................................. Fax Number

ASSOCIATED PRESS

...................................................................................... (212) 621-1630.................................. (212) 621-1639

SPORTSTICKER

......................................................................................(800) 367-8935................................. (800) 336-0383

THE SPORTS NETWORK

......................................................................................(800) 227-7249.................................. (800) 583-6195

STATS INC

......................................................................................(847) 583-2100.................................. (847) 583-2600

PRINT MEDIA STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE

950 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 10305...... (718) 816-2803.................................. (718) 981-5679

ASBURY PARK PRESS

PO Box 1550, 3601 Highway 66, Neptune, NJ 07754....(732) 922-6000................................. (732) 922-8333

BERGEN RECORD

150 River Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601...........(201) 646-4430.................................. (201) 457-2516

JERSEY JOURNAL

30 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306......... (201) 217-2472.................................. (201) 653-1414

NEWARK STAR-LEDGER

187 Mill Lane, Mountainside, NJ 07902...............(973) 392-4231.................................. (973) 392-5845

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

450 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001....... (212) 210-1670.................................. (212) 643-7845

NEW YORK NEWSDAY

80-02 Kew Gardens Road, Kew Gardens, NY 11415.........(631) 843-2810.................................. (631) 454-6892

NEW YORK POST

210 South Street, New York, NY 10002..............(212) 930-8700.................................. (212) 930-8727

NEW YORK TIMES

229 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036..... (212) 556-7371.................................. (646) 428-6147

LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY

235 Pinelawn Road, Melville, NY 11747.............. (631) 843-2810.................................. (631) 454-6892

RADIO STATIONS WINS Radio

888 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10106................... (212) 397-1010.................................. (212) 247-7918

WSIA-AM

2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314.....(718) 982-3058.................................. (718) 982-3052

WABC-AM/FM

1330 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10023...... (212) 456-2186.................................. (212) 456-2930

WCBS-AM/FM

51 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019........ (212) 975-2127.................................. (212) 975-1907

WFAN-AM

34-12 36th Street, Astoria, NY 11106..................(718) 706-7650.................................. (718) 383-5734

WOR-AM

1440 Broadway, New York, NY 10018...................(212) 642-4500.................................. (212) 642-4486

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

4 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121.......................(212) 465-5949.................................. (212) 465-5944

NY-1 NEWS

460 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036..... (212) 397-3437.................................. (212) 397-3583

WABC-TV

7 Lincoln Square, New York, NY 10020..............(212) 455-7777.................................. (212) 456-2381

WCBS-TV

524 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10018...... (212) 975-1741.................................. (212) 975-6329

WNBC-TV

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020..... (212) 664-5313.................................. (212) 664-2994

WNYW-TV

205 East 67th Street, New York, NY 10021.......(212) 452-5555.................................. (212) 452-5512

WPIX-TV

220 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017....... (212) 210-2421.................................. (212) 210-2591

WWOR-TV

9 Broadcast Plaza, Secaucas, NJ 07094...........(201) 330-2244.................................. (201) 330-2241

TIME WARNER CABLE

100 Cable Way, Staten Island, NY 10303.............(718) 390-7030.................................. (718) 727-4679

TELEVISION STATIONS

INTERNET SITES THE SPORTS NETWORK www.sportsnetwork.com I-AA.ORG www.I-AA.org COLLEGE SPORTS REPORT www.collegesportsreport.com COLLEGE SPORTS TELEVISION www.cstv.com

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SERVICES -- The NEC office, located in Somerset, NJ, provides weekly releases and updated statistics to working media and fans. Assistant Director of Communications Ralph Ventre can be reached at (732) 469-0440 or by email at rventre@northeastconference.org. All NEC new releases, standing and statistics are posted on the league web site (www. northeastconference.org) on a daily basis.

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From Points South Mid Atlantic States and Southern New Jersey: Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing). After crossing the bridge, take Route 440 North (West Shore Expressway) for approximately 6 miles to I-278 East (Staten Island Expressway). Take I-278 East for approximately 5 miles, following signs to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and Brooklyn. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road/ Hyland Boulevard). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Clove Road. At the second light on Clove Road, turn right onto Howard Avenue. A sign for the College is visible at this intersection. Follow Howard Avenue to the top of Grymes Hill.

By plane/train/public transportation Plane: Three major airports serve New York City. Wagner College is most easily accessed from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, though LaGuardia and JFK Airports are within reasonable travel distance. Car service is available between Wagner College and all three airports for around $40-$50 each way.

Southern New Jersey Shore: Take the Garden State Parkway north to Exit 127 (Outerbridge Crossing/Staten Island). Follow directions from Outerbridge Crossing provided above.

From points north and east New England (via New York) and Long Island: Take either the Belt Parkway or the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the Verrazano Bridge onto Staten Island; remain on I-278 West. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road). Follow the service road to the third traffic light and turn right onto Clove Road. Take the first right onto Howard Avenue and proceed to the top of Grymes Hill.

Train: Amtrak, Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit trains arrive at Penn Station in Manhattan at 34th Street and 7th Avenue. Wagner College can be reached from Manhattan by taking the Staten Island Ferry, leaving at regular intervals throughout the day from the ferry terminal in lower Manhattan. From Penn Station, take either a cab or the New York City Subway (IRT Downtown #1 or #9 train to South Ferry; IRT #4 or #5 train to Bowling Green; IRT N or R to Whitehall Station) to the Battery Park Ferry Terminal. Take the Staten Island Ferry (no fare) to Staten Island. From the ferry terminal on Staten Island, the College is a short ride via car service, which can be picked up at the terminal.

New England (via New Jersey): Take I-95 South. Cross the George Washington Bridge into New Jersey. Follow signs to the New Jersey Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike to Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge). Cross the Goethals Bridge onto Staten Island and follow I-278 East. Follow directions from I-278 East provided above. Northern New Jersey: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to either Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge) from northern New Jersey, or Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing) from southern/central New Jersey. Follow directions provided above from the Goethals Bridge or Outerbridge Crossing.

The Staten Island Ferry is run by the City of New York for one pragmatic reason: To transport Staten Islanders to and from Manhattan. Yet, the 5 mile, 25 minute ride also provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle, even romantic, boat ride, for free! One guide book calls it “ One of the worlds greatest (and shortest) water voyages.� For a complete ferry schedule visit www.siferry.com

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# 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 23 24 25 26 28 30 32 36 38 45 46 47

Name Tommy Higgins Eddie Brown Connor Abreu Kevin McDonnell Gaby Ramirez Ian Miller Jon Lucas Ryan Van Spronsen Ian Vazquez Seth Boyd Christian Rautenstrauch Dave Pepe Matt Morris Hayden Hunter Matt Gavin Nick Pavia Jack Rice Joe Conforti Dale Hering Pat Fedorko Ryan Thompson David Rees Ryan Casey Nick Alfano Dakota Dvorak Cliff Brantley AJ Pirozzi Mark Holmes Philip Weihn

Yr. Jr. R-Jr. Fr. RSr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Sr. R-Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. GS Jr. Fr.

2011 Roster

Pos. INF INF OF/INF OF C OF 3B/RHP RHP INF 2B/OF RHP INF LHP C RHP RHP LHP/1B OF RHP C RHP LHP RHP OF RHP INF/OF RHP RHP RHP

Ht./Wt. B/T 5-9/175 R/R 5-11/180 R/R 5-9/145 R/R 6-1/200 R/R 5-10/200 R/R 6-0/175 L/L 5-9/185 L/R 6-2/190 R/R 5-10/165 R/R 6-1/180 L/R 6-3/185 R/R 5-9/165 R/R 6-0/185 L/L 6-1/210 R/R 6-1/175 R/R 6-0/190 R/R 6-1/215 R/L 6-1/185 L/R 6-1/210 R/R 6-0/200 L/R 6-0/165 R/R 6-1/190 L/L 6-0/185 R/R 6-0/205 R/R 6-5/195 R/R 5-9/160 L/R 6-2/210 R/R 6-7/225 R/R 6-4/250 R/R

Hometown / HS / High School Port Monmouth, NJ / Red Bank Catholic Edison, NJ / St. Joseph’s Metuchen (Seton Hall) Piscataway, NJ / Piscataway Bristol, CT / Avon Old Farms San Juan, Puerto Rico / Perkiomen (PA) Downington, PA / Bishop Shanahan Hackettstown, NJ / Hackettstown Brantford, Ontario / Assumption College Guaynabo, Puerto Rico / Perkiomen (PA) Perth Amboy, NJ / Perth Amboy Charlotte, NC / Providence Day Caldwell, NJ / James Caldwell Matawan, NJ / St. John Vianney Santa Monica, CA / Notre Dame St. James, NY / Smithtown East Staten Island, NY / St. Joseph By The Sea Middlesex, NJ / Immaculata Staten Island, NY / Farrell Belle Mead, NJ / Montgomery (Rutgers) Lawrenceville, NJ / Lawrence Doylestown, PA / Central Bucks East Staten Island, NY / Xavier Paramus, NJ / St. Joseph Regional Coral Springs, FL / North Broward Prep Pompano Beach, FL / North Broward Prep Staten Island, NY / Port Richmond Staten Island, NY / Farrell Manalapan, NJ / Manalapan Shrewsbury, MA / Clinton

Seniors - 7 Juniors - 5 Sophomores - 4 Freshmen - 12 NJ - 12, NY - 5, FL - 2, PA - 2, Puerto Rico - 2, CA - 1, CT - 1, MA - 1, NC - 1, Ontario - 1

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Wagner heads into the 2011 season looking for its seventh Northeast Conference (NEC) Tournament berth in the last eight years and its first conference title since 2000. Leading the way for 12th year coach Joe Litterio are six returning starters on offense and five on the mound.

CATCHERS

Pacing the team behind the plate will be the combination of sophomore Gaby Ramirez and junior Hayden Hunter. In 2010, Ramirez saw the bulk of the time as the team’s primary backstop, playing in 52 games, including 47 starts, and hit a robust .258 with 12 extra base hits. A two-time NEC Rookie of the Week selection, he also gunned out 28.1 percent (25-89) of baserunners. Hunter, meanwhile, played in 19 games a year ago, including seven starts, and hit .333 with three doubles, two triples and one home run among his 11 hits while posting a .436 on-base percentage. Rounding out the catching unit is freshman Pat Fedorko (Lawrenceville, NJ / Lawrence).

INFIELD

For the first time since early in the 2007 season there will be a new first baseman penciled in on head coach Litterio’s line-up card. Gone is all-time NEC Home Run leader Vin Avella and his school-record 50 home runs and 165 RBI. Senior Jack Rice is slated to be the opening day first baseman after primarily seeing action as a pitcher over his first three years at Wagner. Also vying for time at first will be Hunter. Two-time All-Conference second baseman Seth Boyd returns as the starter for the fourth-straight year after playing in 50 games, including 48 starts a year ago. Boyd batted .321 with nine double, four home runs, 30 RBI and 15 stolen bases despite missing a short time due to injury en route to earning NEC Second Team league accolades. During NEC-play, he batted a blistering .378 and carried that success over to the summer as the lanky Garden State native was selected to the Coastal Plains League All-Star game. Boyd is arguably one of the most valuable players on the team due to his versatility, as he could also start at first base, shortstop or in the outfield. At shortstop, highly touted freshman Ian Vazquez (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico / Perkiomen (PA)) is expected to draw the opening day starting assignment. Vazquez was drafted out of Perkiomen (PA) High School by the Houston Astros in the 45th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft after batting .528 as a senior while helping the Panthers to a 24-4 record. Also expected to crack the line-up in the infield is Seton Hall transfer junior Eddie Brown, who played in 64 games over two years for the Pirates. The smooth-fielding Brown had an outstanding summer for the Staten Island Tide of the ACBL, batting well over .300 and will most likely find his way into the line-up in some capacity, as he can play any of the four infield positions or DH. Expected to start at the hot corner is junior tri-captain Tommy Higgins. The diminutive Higgins displayed a solid glove and a potent bat in a break-out season in 2010. A year ago, the Garden State native played in 54 games, including 49 starts a year ago, and batted .295 with 11 doubles, two home runs and 31 RBI while garnering seeing time at both second and third. Looking to crack the infield rotation are freshmen Connor Abreu (Piscataway, NJ / Piscataway), Cliff Brantley (Staten Island, NY / Port Richmond) and Dave Pepe (Caldwell, NJ / James Caldwell). Senior Jon Lucas returns as the team’s starting designated hitter after earning First All-NEC honors a year ago, en route to hitting .308 with eight doubles, one triple, three home runs and 32 RBI over 48 games. Possessing a smooth swing, Lucas, who played in 48 games, including 46 starts, can spray the ball over all three fields and is expected to garner the bulk of the time as the DH when not starting on the mound.

OUTFIELD

Wagner faces the unenviable task of replacing all-time hits and stolen base leader Damian Csakai, who graduated with the reputation of being the top defensive outfielder in the NEC. Leading the returners is fifth-year senior and three-year starter Kevin McDonnell. The Nutmeg State native is again penciled in as the team’s right fielder after batting .313 a year ago with 13 doubles, three home runs, 31 RBI and 10 stolen bases while starting all 57 games. Not only an offensive force, he also led the entire NCAA with 13 outfield assists and will again display his powerful right arm. Over in centerfield will be fellow fifth-year senior and tri-captain Joe Conforti. The fleet-footed Staten Island native returns following a year hiatus due to injury and will be expected to replace Csakai in center. In 2009, he played in 47 games, including 39 starts, while batting .310 with seven doubles, three triples, 12 RBI and 13 stolen bases.

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Earning the opening day start in left field is freshman Ian Miller (Downington, PA / Bishop Shanahan). The Keystone State native had a solid fall season and could contribute at any of the three outfield slots. Sophomore Nick Alfano enters the year as the team’s fourth outfielder after playing in 29 games, including 16 starts. The Sunshine State native hit .264 a year ago, but his play improved during conference play after entering the starting line-up late in the season. During league play, his average jumped over a 100 points to .364 as he also added a pair of doubles and one home run. The aforementioned freshmen Abreu, Brantley and Pepe could also see time in the outfield. PITCHERS On the mound, the Seahawks return the bulk of their pitching staff with the lone exception being 2009 NEC Pitcher of the Year Matt Watson, who hurled a team-best 78.1 innings en route to a 4-5 record a year ago. Looking to fill Watson’s void is Lucas, who led the team with 45 strikeouts in just 56.1 innings of work while posting a 5.91 ERA a year ago. The hard-throwing righthanded pitcher matched Watson for the team-lead with four wins, highlighted by a 7.0 innings of one-run ball against Monmouth in the NEC Tournament. Looking to step into the No. 2 slot is righty Mark Holmes. The 6-7, 245 pound Holmes has struggled with injuries over his first two years but has packed on some muscle during the offseason while showing increased agility that has led to greater velocity this past fall. A year ago, he went 2-2 with 12 strikeouts, against just five walks, with an 8.74 ERA over 22.2 innings. Rounding out the returning starters are senior RHP Dale Hering, sophomore RHP Christian Rautenstrauch and junior RHP Ryan Van Spronsen. Hering went 4-1 with 27 strikeouts and a 4.79 ERA over 35.2 innings a year ago in his first season at Wagner after transferring to Grymes Hill from Rutgers. Rautenstrauch established himself as a weekend pitcher after matching Watson and Lucas for the team-lead in victories while posting a 4-2 record with 26 strikeouts and a 6.02 ERA over 40.1 innings of work. The North Carolina native also established a reputation as a big-game pitcher with victories over Seton Hall, St. John’s and NEC Tournament favorite Sacred Heart. Rounding out the top returning starting pitchers is Van Spronsen, who saw time as both a starter and a reliever a year ago. The Canadian native posted a tough 2-7 record with 43 strikeouts over 59.0 innings and was the recipient of some bad luck. He has the ability to overpower batters and is accurate around the plate. In the bullpen, Rice will again look to fill the role of left-handed specialist after pitching in 17 games a year ago, striking out 23. Sophomore Dakota Dvorak is expected to fill the set-up role after turning in a solid rookie campaign in which he appeared in 16 games while striking out 17 over 23.2 innings of work. Returning as the closer is All-NEC Second Team Selection and Tri-captain David Rees. The crafty lefthander morphed from a situational pitcher into one of the most dominant relievers in the league a year ago, posting a scant 2.37 ERA, which dropped to a microscopic 1.10 during league games. He made a school-record 30 appearances, recording six saves and 36 strikeouts over 38.0 innings of work. For his career, Rees, who was also an Academic All-American in 2010, has posted a 2.71 ERA with seven saves, 59 punchouts and a 2.71 ERA over 66.1 innings of work. Looking to crack the pitching rotation will be freshmen RHP Ryan Casey (Paramus, NJ / St. Joseph Regional), RHP Matt Gavin (St. James, NY / Smithtown East), LHP Matt Morris (Matawan, NJ / St. John Vianney), RHP Nick Pavia (Staten Island, NY / St. Joseph By The Sea), RHP Ryan Thompson (Doylestown, PA / Central Bucks East) and RHP Philip Weihn (Shrewsbury, MA / Clinton). Wagner will call Richmond County Bank Ballpark home again for the fourth-straight year. During that time the Seahawks have posted a 47-17 record, including a 31-11 mark during NEC play. This season the Green & White will play 21 games at the ballpark, highlighted by NEC match-ups with Mount St. Mary’s (3/17-3/19), defending NEC Tournament Champion Central Connecticut State (3/25-3/27), NEC Regular Season Champion Bryant (4/8-4/10) and Fairleigh Dickinson (5/6-5/8).

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JOE LITTERIO Head Coach 12th Season / Rutgers, 1993 Head Coach Joe Litterio is entering his 12th season at the helm of the Seahawk baseball program in 2011. He directs all aspects of the program and works primarily with the hitters and infielders. In 2010, Litterio’s team placed a school-record five players on the All-NEC teams - including a pair of First Team selections. As an overall unit, the Seahawks recorded 26 victories - highlighted by victories over NCAA Regional participants CCSU, St. John’s and VCU - while reaching their third-straight NEC Tournament and the sixth in the last seven years. Vin Avella smashed a school-record 17 single-season home runs and finished his four-year career with a NEC-record 50 home runs. Damian Csakai also set the single-season record for most stolen bases in a season (41) and a career (132). Addtionally, the speedy centerfielder recorded school-records in hits (235), runs (162) and hit-by-pitches (43). In 2009, Wagner turned in arguably the top regular season in school-history. Litterio took home Akadema NEC Coach of the Year accolades while Matt Watson was named the Akadema 2009 NEC Pitcher of the Year. Additionally, Csakai was named to the NEC First Team and rising senior Seth Boyd to the Second Team. The Seahawks claimed their first-ever NEC Regular Season Championship while winning a school-record 31 games. Under Litterio’s guidance the Green & White also matched the single-season record with 17 NEC wins before finishing third at the NEC Tournament. The team also became just the second Wagner men’s squad to win a NEC Regular Season title. On the professional front, Litterio oversaw the development of two-time American League All Star and 2009 AL Rookie of the Year Andrew Bailey, who was drafted by in the sixth round by the Oakland A’s in June of 2006. Last year, he saved 25 games (out of 28 chances) while posting a miniscule 1.47 ERA with 42 strikeouts in 49.0 innings over 47 games. In 2009, he saved an Athletic rookie-record 26 saves (in 30 chances) while posting a 6-3 record, a 1.84 ERA, a 0.88 WHIP and 91 strikeouts in 83 1/3 innings over 68 appearances. Following the 2010 season, Avella and Andy Wells each inked professional contracts with the independent Frontier League. Wells then became Litterio’s eighth former Wagner player, and the seventh in the last five years, to sign a contract with an affiliated team when he inked a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Phillies in the offseason. Also in 2009, junior RHP Kyle Morrison and senior RHP Andrew Huebner entered the professional ranks. Morrision was selected in the 32nd round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Washington Nationals while Huebner inked a free agent contract with the Baltimore Orioles. In 2008, Litterio brought Wagner to heights never before reached. Under his guidance, the Seahawks notched 27 overall wins and 17 conference victories while returning to the NEC Tournament after a one-year absence. He also became the all-time winningest coach in school history with his 150th win over then No. 22 St. John’s, a 4-3 walk-off triumph that was also Wagner’s first victory over a ranked team. The Seahawks’ pitching staff also finished 12th nationally with a 3.85 team ERA, led by NEC Pitcher of the Year Joe Testa. On the heels of a successful four-year career that saw the hard-throwing lefthander establish school-records of 308 strikeouts and 300.0 innings, Testa became the fourth former Wagner student-athlete to ink a contract with a Major League team over the last three years when he signed with Minnesota as a free agent. Testa has risen to the Double A ranks and was recently moved to the Washington Nationals at the 2010 trade deadline. Litterio also was instrumental in the development of 2007 graduate Joey DiGeronimo. DiGeronimo, who was a 42nd round draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles, finished as the school’s record-holder with 219 hits while also earning First-Team All-NEC honors. The four-year starter batted a team-best .347 while posting team-highs in hits (69), runs (42), doubles (10), triples (6) and stolen bases (29) While at Wagner, Litterio has also coached current pro and former Philadelphia Phillies farmhand Mike McTamney and former Chicago Cubs farmhand Mike Cerminaro. In 2006, McTamney was cited by Baseball America as one of the top-eight prospects in independent baseball. Cerminaro, who graduated as the school’s leader in hits, runs, doubles and RBI, was signed by the Chicago Cubs in 2001. In 2006, Litterio led Wagner to arguably its most exciting season since winning the NEC Championship in 2000. Entering the season’s final weekend, the Seahawks were on the outside looking in needing to sweep all three games from Monmouth. Despite daunting odds the Green & White did just that and in the process knocked the preseason NEC favorite Hawks out of the tournament for the first and only time since 1997, while qualifying for their third-straight trip to the postseason. No. 3 Wagner upset No. 2 Quinnipiac on their way to a third-place finish. In 2005, the Green & White picked up 13 conference wins and made it to their second-straight NEC Tournament. In 2004, Litterio guided Wagner to within one game of the NCAA Tournament and a second-place finish in the conference tournament. Litterio boasts a wealth of big-game experience as he has been to six NCAA Regionals. During his playing career at Rutgers, he helped the Scarlet Knights to bids in 1990, 1991 and 1993. While an assistant coach at Monmouth, the Hawks qualified for the 1998 NCAA Regional in Gainesville, Florida. The following season, while a coach at Winthrop, the Eagles won the Big South Conference Championship. Then in 2000, his first season at Wagner, he led the Seahawks to their only NEC Baseball championship and their first-ever NCAA Regional appearance. Litterio became the first baseball coach in NEC history to lead his team to the NCAA Tournament in his first season. During Litterio’s 11 seasons, the Seahawks have made seven postseason appearances, winning it all in 2000 and finishing second in 2004, after only qualifying once previously in school history. The Cranford, NJ native had a successful collegiate career as an infielder for Rutgers, where he helped lead the team to three NCAA Tournament appearances from 1990-1993. In 1990, his Rutgers team came within one game of the College World Series while recording the most wins (4) in a single NCAA Tournament in school history. A Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 selection at second base after his junior season, recording a .976 fielding percentage for a team that was ranked fourth in the nation in fielding. After serving as a volunteer assistant at his alma mater the following off-season, Litterio coached at Immaculate Conception High School (NJ) in the spring of 1994. Litterio then moved back to the collegiate level, coaching at Monmouth from 1995-1998 where he was responsible for hitting instruction and infield play. From there he moved onto Winthrop for a season before returning to his Northeast roots as the head coach at Wagner. Litterio has gained the reputation of playing anyone, anywhere, anytime as is evident by the tough competition the Seahawks face every year. This year is no different as Wagner will play Winthrop, Kent State, Jacksonville, UNF, UCF, Rutgers, St. John’s and Seton Hall. In addition to claiming the career wins record in 2008, Litterio also holds the top-two marks for single-season victories. The quickest Wagner coach to 50, 75, 100, 150 and 200 wins, he holds a 222-339-2 mark over 11 years. During NEC-play, he is 142-139. Litterio and his wife Michelle reside in Brick, NJ with his children; Frances, Mia and Joe. sure-handed infielder recorded a .976 fielding percentage for a team that was ranked fourth in the nation in fielding.

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BILL MALLOY Assistant Coach Fifth Season / Rutgers, 2000 Bill Malloy enters his fifth season as the Wagner Pitching Coach in 2011. In 2009, Malloy oversaw a staff that led the Northeast Conference in ERA (4.74) for the second-straight year while helping guide two pitchers to the professional ranks. Kyle Morrison was drafted and signed with the Washington Nationals while Andrew Huebner inked a free agent contract with the Baltimore Orioles. Additionally, under his direction Matt Watson went 9-2 with a NEC-best 3.64 ERA in collecting NEC Pitcher of the Year honors. In 2008, Malloy helped the Seahawks set a school-record with a NEC-best 3.85 ERA, which also ranked 12th nationally as six pitchers, who threw at least 17 innings posted sub-four ERAs. He also worked with Joe Testa, who was the 2008 NEC Pitcher of the Year and a Minnesota Twins signee. Malloy is also the Athletic Director for the New Brunswick Middle School and owns and operates the “The Baseball Barn” in Lebanon, New Jersey. Prior to his time at Wagner he helped develop four players at the Barn that were drafted by Major League organizations. Prior to coaching, Malloy enjoyed a six-year professional career, rising as high as the Double A level. He played his collegiate ball at Rutgers was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the sixth round of the 1996 Major League Draft. Malloy helped the San Jose Giants claim the 1998 California League Championship and was named the organization’s “Pitcher of the Month” in May and July of that year. He also attended three-straight Major League camps with San Francisco from 1998-2000 before retiring due to an arm injury. Malloy, who is a member of the Immaculata High School Hall of Fame, earned his Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice from Rutgers in 2000 and resides in Hillsborough, NJ with his wife, Stephanie and daughter Maya.

MIKE CONSOLMAGNO Assistant Coach First Season / South Florida, 2009 Mike Consolmagno begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Wagner College Baseball program following a stint with the New Jersey Jackals of the independent Can-Am League. The Staten Island native had an impressive four-year career at the University of South Florida (USF), batting .272 with 106 hits, 100 runs and 37 stolen bases while helping the Bulls to 122 wins, including 57 in the ultra-competitive BIG EAST Conference. Also during his time at USF, the Bulls advanced to four-straight BIG EAST Tournaments and were ranked in Collegiate Baseball’s Top-30 poll while also receiving votes in the USA Today/ESPN National Poll and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Poll. At Wagner College, Consolmagno will be responsible for working with the hitters and outfielders. A 2005 St. Joseph By The Sea alum, Consolmagno assisted his alma mater during the 2010 campaign, aiding with game preparation and practices. He has also worked as a personal instructor at former Wagner coach Jim Agnello’s Baseball Academy on Staten Island since 2006. Consolmango comes from an athletic family as his sister Diana played softball at Wisconsin and is currently the head coach at Hartford while his brother Francis played football at Delaware. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Finance from South Florida in May of 2009 and will be pursuing his Master’s Degree in business and finance at Wagner.

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SETH BOYD Sr. - 6-1/180 - 2B/OF - L/R Perth Amboy, NJ / Perth Amboy

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2010 Junior Season All-NEC Second Team (2B) … Hit .321 (59-184), including a blistering .378 during NEC-play, with 42 runs, nine doubles, two triples, four home runs, 30 RBI, 15 stolen bases (t-4th NEC) and 10 walks … Also posted a .961 fielding percentage … Recorded 14 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games … Notched a team-best 14 game hitting streak … Played in 50 games, making 48 starts … Named Akadema NEC Player of the Week (4/12) after helping the Green & White defeat BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7) before taking three of four from FDU (4/9-4/11) … Hit .579 (11-19) during that time with 10 RBI, eight runs, two doubles, two home runs and four stolen bases while slugging 1.000 and reaching base at a .619 clip … After notching a hit and a stolen base against the Red Storm, picked it up against the Knights by posting .667 (10-for-15) average … Hit a solo homer and scored twice in the Seahawks’ series-opening 3-1 win … Blasted another long ball and drove in four runs as part of perfect 5-for-5 showing in the finale, giving the Seahawks the series victory … In doubleheader split, went 4-for-7 with five RBI, four runs, two doubles and two stolen bases … In April, hit .400 (30-75) with team-highs in runs (20), hits (30) and home runs (4) while batting safely in 18-of-21 games … Had a big NEC Tournament, batting .455 (5-11) with two runs, two RBI and two stolen bases … Was 2-for-3 against CCSU (5/27) before going 2-for-4 in win over Monmouth (5/28) … Helped the Green & White take three-of-four from Monmouth (4/16-4/18), batting .429 (6-14) with three runs, two RBI and two stolen bases … Went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs and a RBI in capping a doubleheader sweep against the Hawks … In series sweep of Quinnipiac (5/20-5/22) that netted a playoff berth, went 6-for-16 (.375) … In win over Iona (4/28), went 4-for-6 with a home run, three runs and two RBI … Was 2-for-5 with a home run at Saint Peter’s … In four games at Bryant (4/30-5/2), hit .333 (5-15) with three runs, two RBI and two stolen bases … Went 2-for-5 with a run and a RBI at Jacksonville (3/6) ... Hit .439 (25-57) with runners in scoring position. 2009 Sophomore Season All-NEC Second Team (2B) ... Hit .312 (54-173), including .345 during NEC-play, with 33 runs, 15 doubles, five home runs, 36 RBI and one triple for a .497 slugging percentage ... Ranks seventh in the single-season archives with 15 doubles (t-7th NEC) ... Also swiped six bases ... Recorded 15 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... Played in 50 games, making 46 starts ... Committed just six errors while posting a .967 fielding percentage ... Went 6-10 with five RBI, four runs and one home run over three games vs. CCSU (4/3-4/5) ... In doubleheader sweep of Quinnipiac (4/10), was 3-8 with a home run and three RBI ... Blasted a pair of home runs while going 4-6 with four RBI and three runs over first two games at LIU (5/1-5/2) ... Helped the Green & White claim the series win over Mount St. Mary’s (4/244/26), batting .375 (6-16) with three doubles and three RBI ... Hit safely in all three games at the NEC Tournament, batting .286 (4-14) with four runs, two doubles and one home run ... Was 4-9 with four runs, three RBI and two doubles in doubleheader sweep at UMBC (3/7) ... Crushed two doubles in win over FDU (5/15) ... Helped the Seahawks clinch their first NEC Regular Season Title vs. the Knights (5/17), going 1-3 with two RBI ...Notched three hits in win over Seton Hall (4/15). 2008 Freshman Season Hit .230 (40-174) with 22 runs, eight doubles, three home runs, 18 RBI and 20 walks ... Third on the team with 11 multi-hit games ... Played in 54 games with 52 starts ... Hit .353 (6-17) in four-game set at FIU (2/29-3/2) ... In game-three, went 2-5 with a home run, three RBI and three runs in 13-11 come-from-behind win ... Had two hits and a RBI in series-finale ... Blasted his second home run, a two-run shot, and went 3-4 at Winthrop (3/24) ... Crushed his third home run in 13-4 win at FDU (4/19) ... Hit .333 (5-15) in four games against Big East competition ... Was 2-4 with a double and two RBI in win vs. Iona (4/23) ... Was 4-7 in doubleheader sweep of Sacred Heart (5/17) ... Ripped two doubles and scored two runs at NYIT (5/14) ... Began the year with a seven-game hitting streak. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Perth Amboy High School under the direction of Steve Rubin ... Earned four varsity letters for the Panthers... Was named All-Division and All-Area as a senior ... Also selected to play in the Senior All-State game and had 100 career hits ... Born on January 28, 1989 ... Has three brothers; Ryan (33), Jared (30) and Ethan (27) ... Jared was the 2002 NEC Player of the Year at UMBC and played in the Independent Can-Am League ... Ethan played at Montclair State University and was the 2005 NJAC Player of the Year ... Is majoring in sociology at Wagner.

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JOE CONFORTI R-Sr. - 6-1/185 - OF - L/R Staten Island, NY / Farrell

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2009 Junior Season Hit .310 (39-126) with 30 runs, 13 stolen bases, seven doubles, three triples, 12 RBI and 22 walks while posting a .428 OBP ... Played in 47 games, making 39 starts ... Began the year on a tear, hitting a blistering .467 (14-30) over his first 11 games ... Was 3-6 with three runs in doubleheader sweep of UMBC (3/7) ... Followed that up by going 2-4 with two runs in win over Yale (3/8) ... In 2-0 victory over William & Mary (3/16), went 2-3 with a run-scoring triple ... Batted .500 (6-12) over four games at Delaware State (3/20-3/22) ... Doubled and scored a run in 2-0 win over Quinnipiac (4/10) ... Over four games at Monmouth (4/17-4/19), went 4-8 with two multi-hit games ... Was 3-5 with two runs, two RBI and a triple in series-clinching win vs. Mount St. Mary’s (4/26) ... Also drove in a pair of runs in the series-opening 11-9 come-from-behind win against the Mountaineers (4/24) ... Stole three bases in 4-3 win at LIU (5/2) ... Hit .500 (5-10) while helping the Green & White wrap up its first NEC Regular Season Championship over a four-game sweep of FDU (5/15-5/17) ... Went 3-4 in the clincher ... Was 2-2 with a run and a stolen base against Sacred Heart (5/23) in the NEC Tournament ... Recorded 10 multi-hit games. 2008 Sophomore Season Hit .231 (25-108) with 13 runs, two doubles, two home runs, 10 RBI, seven walks and three stolen bases ... Played in 44 games, making 33 starts ... Scored the winning run in 4-3 victory over No. 22 St. John’s (4/9) and the tying run in 13-11 victory over Florida International (3/1) ... Went 2-2 with a double with two RBI in 2-1 game-three win over Maine (3/30) ... Smashed his first career home run, a two-run shot, in win over Iona (4/23) ... Hit .400 (4-10) in four-game sweep of Quinnipiac (5/2-5/4) ... In game-one win vs. Sacred Heart (5/17), was 2-4 with a home run, three runs and two RBI ... Had two outfield assists in 4-3 game-three win vs. Monmouth (4/12) ... At UCF (3/18), went 2-3 with a run, stolen base and a walk ... In the NEC-Tourney, was 2-5 with a two-run double vs. CCSU (5/22) ... Also recorded two hits vs. Manhattan (4/2) ... Notched six multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games. 2007 Freshman Season Hit .247 (24-97), including .250 during NEC play, with 12 runs, four doubles, 11 RBI, seven walks, three stolen bases and a triple ... Saw action in 36 games, starting 24 ... In near-upset of VCU (3/24), had a career-high three hits to go along with two runs and two RBI ... For the weekend against the Rams, he went 6-14 with four runs and four RBI ... Helped the Green & White to 7-5 win at UMBC going 2-5 with a triple ... Hit safely in all three games at William & Mary (3/31-4/1) ... Ripped two hits against Lafayette (3/29) ... Went 2-4 with a RBI and stolen base in win at LIU (4/5) ... Hit .296 with runners in scoring position and had five multi-hit games. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Farrell High School under the direction of Bob Mulligan ... As a senior, helped the Lions to an 18-2 overall record, including a perfect 16-0 ledger during the regular season ... His squad outscored opponents 178-25 and included five D-1 baseball players ... Was a Staten Island Advance All Star and a First Team All-Catholic League selection ... Won the Farrell “Heart of a Lion” award after hitting .404 ... Also earned three letters in football ... As a senior, was Team MVP and a Fourth Team All-State selection ... Also was a Daily News All-City All Star ... Played for the Haymarket Senators in the Valley Baseball League in the 2008 and 2009 ... Earned MVP Honors for the North in the 2008 Valley League All-Star Game, hitting a two-run home run in his only at-bat ...Born on June 8, 1988 ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Graduated with the class of 2010 and is pursuing his master’s degree in education.

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DALE HERING R-Sr. - 6-1/210 - RHP - R/R Belle Mead, NJ / Montgomery

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2010 Redshirt-Junior Year Turned in a solid year after transferring from Rutgers … Went 3-1 with 27 strikeouts, against 16 walks, and a 4.79 ERA over 35.2 innings while holding hitters to a .299 average … During NEC-play, was a perfect 2-0 while allowing the opposition to hit just .277 … Saw action in 12 games, making eight starts … Picked up his first win of the year against LIU (3/28), striking out four while scattering five hits over 7.0 innings as Wagner swept a four-game set from the Blackbirds … Gave the Seahawks the series-victory over FDU (4/11), collecting the win in the series-finale, striking out four while allowing four runs over 5.0 innings … Against NJIT (5/5), struck out a career-high six over 5.0 innings while scattering two runs, one earned, on five hits in earning a no-decision … Allowed just one run on two hits and a walk while striking out two over 4.0 innings in collecting the win over NYIT (5/12) … Hurled a perfect inning of relief at San Diego State (4/25) … Also fired a perfect inning of relief against Quinnipiac (5/22). 2009 Junior Season Redshirted the season after transferring from Rutgers University ... Will have two years of eligibility remaining. Scholastic / Personal: In 2008 with the Scarlet Knights, he went 1-1 with eight strikeouts and a 5.01 ERA over 23.1 innings of work spanning six appearances … Redshirted in 2007 … Played his prep ball at Montgomery High School under the direction of Pete Mueller earning four varsity letters … Named the 124th best player in the Class of 2006 by Baseball America and Perfect Game … Two-time First Team All-County and All-Area selection … Also was twice named an All-Group IV pick by the Star Ledger … Earned a Second Team All-Area citation from the Courier News … Paced the Cougars to a 15-9 record as a senior … Recorded a team-best 32 strikeouts over 24.2 innings of work, spanning seven appearances … Also played first base, hitting .390 with a school-record and county-best 11 home runs, seven doubles, 34 RBI and 26 runs … As a junior, went 5-3 with a 3.10 ERA, helping Montgomery to the New Jersey II State Sectional title and a 17-13 mark … Also totaled 83 strikeouts over 55.0 innings while limiting hitters to a miniscule .161 average … Went 2-0 with a 3.33 ERA as a sophomore as the Cougars claimed the Skyland Conference Championship … As a freshman, Montgomery claimed the Somerset County Championship … Born on September 15, 1988 ... Has a sister Carly (18) … Is majoring in sociology at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


JON LUCAS Sr. - 5-9/185 - INF/RHP - L/R

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Hackettstown, NJ / Hackettstown

2010 Junior Season All-NEC First Team (DH) … At the plate, hit .308 (49-159), including .350 during NEC-play, with 21 runs, eight doubles, three home runs and 32 RBI … Had 14 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games while hitting safely in eight-straight games … Played in 48 games, making 46 starts … On the mound, went 4-5 with a team-best 45 strikeouts, against 19 walks, and one complete game … Picked it up during NEC-play, posting a 4.43 ERA (9th NEC) with 32 strikeouts over 40.2 innings … Pitched in 12 games, making 10 starts ... Came up big in NEC Tournament win over Monmouth (5/28), hurling 7.0 innings of one-run ball with three strikeouts while also driving in the game’s first run … In four-hit shutout win over LIU, struck out a career-best 10 over 7.0 innings in firing Wagner’s only complete-game shutout … Faced just one over minimum in the game’s first six frames before the Blackbirds got the tying runs to second-and-third with no outs in the game’s final inning, before striking out the side for his first collegiate win … Batted .500 (7-14) with two doubles and four RBI in four games at CCSU (5/14-5/16) Helped the Green & White clinch a playoff spot, hitting safely in all four games of sweep over Quinnipiac (5/20-5/22) while also picking up a win … Was 2-for-3 with a double, home run and three RBI in the first game … In doubleheader sweep, notched hits in each game while striking out four over 4.1 innings, earning the win … Batted safely in three games against Monmouth (4/16-4/18), going 4-for-10 (.400) with four RBI … Doubled and homered while driving in four runs at BethuneCookman (3/13) … Pitched in the first game against the Wildcats (3/10), striking out six over 4.0 innings in his first collegiate start on the mound … Tough-luck losing pitcher against Sacred Heart (5/9), striking out six while not walking a batter and allowing two earned runs over 7.0 innings … Went 2-for-2 with a home run while striking out four and allowing one earned run on three hits over 5.2 innings at Mount St. Mary’s (4/2) … Went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI at Jacksonville (3/6) … Was 2-for-4 with a double, run and RBI in win at Seton Hall (4/14) … Hit .333 (4-12) at Winthrop (2/26-2/28) … Scored a pair of runs in win over CAA Champ VCU (3/13) … Was 2-for-5 with a run in win at Richmond (3/19) … Drove in two runs and scored a pair in win at Lafayette (3/24) … Singled and scored a run in win over BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7). 2009 Sophomore Season Hit .333 (43-129) with 25 runs, seven doubles, two home runs, 30 RBI and 18 walks while posting a .412 on-base percentage ... Had 12 multihit games and six multi-RBI games ... Played in 49 games, making 41 starts ... Went 3-6 with three RBI, two runs in 16-3 pasting of Yale (3/8) ... Homered and doubled en route to three hits at Delaware State (3/22) ... Clouted his second home run of the year - a three-run shot - in win over Maine (3/30) ... Hit safely in all three games at the NEC Tournament, going 5-12 (.417) with multi-hit games against Monmouth (5/21) and CCSU (5/22) ... Helped the Green & White take three-of-four from Mount St. Mary’s (4/24-4/26), going 4-12 with four runs ... Was 3-6 in doubleheader sweep at LIU (5/2) ... Over three games at Sacred Heart (5/8; 5/10), was 3-10 with five RBI and a double ... Had three RBI in win over NYIT (5/13) ... Went 2-4 at St. John’s (4/7) ... At Monmouth (4/19), was 2-3 with two RBI ... Batted .382 with runners in scoring position. 2008 Freshman Season Hit .252 (36-143) with 12 runs, three doubles, two home runs, 13 RBI, one stolen base and 11 walks ... Had seven multi-hit games ... Played in 45 games, making 43 starts ... In four games at FIU (2/29-3/2), batted .429 (6-14) with three RBI and two runs ... Was 3-6 with three RBI in thrilling come-from-behind 13-11 game-three win over the Golden Panthers ... Also went 3-6 with a double in win at Temple (3/7) ... Hit his first career home run, a solo shot, and went 2-3 in 13-4 game-three win at FDU (4/19) ... In first three games at Mount St. Mary’s (4/25-4/26), batted a blistering .667 (6-9), with four RBI while recording multiple-hits in each game ... Clouted his second home run and scored two runs in win at NYIT (5/14) ... In NEC-opening win at LIU (4/5), was 2-5 ... At the NEC Tourney, went 2-5 with two walks and a run vs. CCSU (5/22) and Mount St. Mary’s (5/23) ... Began the year with a six-game hitting streak and ended it with another one. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Hackettstown High School under the direction of Gary Poyer ... Helped the Tigers to a 17-6 record as a junior and was named Express Times Player of the Year ... Two-time All-Skylands Conference selection ... Also was a two-time First Team All-Area pick ... Born on December 12, 1987 ... Has three siblings; Josh, Matt and Kristen ... Is majoring in sociology at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


KEVIN MCDONNELL R-Sr. - 6-1/220 - OF - R/R Bristol, CT / Avon Old Farms

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2010 Junior Season Batted .313 (63-201) with 39 runs, 13 doubles, three home runs, 31 RBI, 10 stolen bases and 21 walks while reaching base at a .382 clip … Led the nation in outfield assists with 13 … Second on the team with 18 multi-hit games with six multi-RBI games … Started all 57 games in right field … Hit safely in all three games at the NEC Tournament, batting .400 (4-10) with three RBI and two runs … Went 2-for-4 with a double in the opening game vs. CCSU (5/27) … Scored two runs in win over Monmouth (5/28) before singling in a run against the Blue Devils (5/29) … Helped Wagner take three-of-four from FDU (4/9-4/11), batting .462 (6-13) with six RBI, five runs and four walks … Hit safely in all four games while reaching base at a .588 clip … Was a perfect 2-for-2 with two walks and a solo home run in the series-opening victory … Followed that up by going 3-for-7 with a three-run triple in doubleheader split with the Knights … Closed the weekend with two runs and two RBI in another win… Notched two hits in each of the final three games at San Diego State (4/24-4/25), highlighted by a pair of doubles and three RBI … In win over CAA Champ VCU (3/13), was a perfect 2-for-2 with two runs, two RBI while being hit by a pitch and drawing a walk … Was 5-for-9 (.556) with two home runs, a double, four runs, three RBI and two walks over the first three games at Bryant (4/30-5/1) … Delivered a solo home run and a double in the series opener before adding a two-run shot in the next game … In win over Sacred Heart (5/8), doubled twice in three trips to the plate … Also singled in the series opener and the finale in going 4-12 (.333) at the plate … In win over NYIT (5/12), was 3-for-4 with two runs and two stolen bases … Helped Wagner sweep Quinnipiac (5/20-5/22) by hitting safely in all four games with five runs and three walks … Recorded two doubles at Bethune-Cookman (3/10) … Went 3-for-4 with two stolen bases at Richmond (3/20) … Was 2-for-4 with two RBI at Jacksonville (3/6) before notching two hits at North Florida (3/7) … Had two hits with two runs in win over Lafayette (3/24) … In four-game sweep of LIU (3/26-3/28), notched four hits, three runs and two RBI … Helped the Green & White take three-of-four from Monmouth (4/16-4/18) with three hits and three RBI. 2008 Sophomore Season Hit .257 (46-179) with 27 runs, six doubles, two home runs, 24 RBI, five stolen bases and 16 walks ... Had seven multi-hit games with five multi-RBI games ... Recorded eight outfield assists ... Started all 53 games he appeared in ... Named Akadema NEC Player of the Week after hitting .400 (6-15) with two home runs, two doubles, six RBI, four runs scored and a .933 slugging percentage over four games in season-opening series at FIU (2/29-3/2) ... Delivered his biggest blow of the weekend in the ninth inning of the Seahawks’ 13-11 game three comeback victory, crushing a three-run homer that sparked a seven-run frame ... In the series finale, went 3-4 with a home run, double and two RBI ... Had an RBI-double in game-two ... Singled and scored two runs in win at Temple (3/7) ... Went 2-4 with a run vs. Winthrop (3/21) ... Hit safely in each game of Wagner’s sweep of Quinnipiac (5/2-5/4), batting .357 (5-14) with three runs and two RBI with three outfield assists ... Was a perfect 2-2 with three runs and three RBI in NEC-opening win vs. LIU (4/5) ... His RBI-double helped the Green & White defeat Monmouth (4/12) 4-3 in game-three ... In 11-4 win over Iona (4/23), was 4-4 with two runs and a RBI. 2007 Freshman Season Hit .278 (44-158) with 24 runs, four doubles, two home runs, 16 RBI, eight stolen bases and 13 walks ... Also recorded seven outfield assists ... Tied for third on the team with 13 multi-hit games ... Played in 49 games, starting 48 ... Started his collegiate career in impressive fashion going 5-11 in season-opening three-game set at FIU (3/2-3/4) ... Helped the Seahawks to a 10-9 win in game three, going 2-4 with three runs, two stolen bases and a RBI ... Hit .400 (4-10) with two RBI and a triple over three games at William & Mary (3/31-4/1) ... In 13-7 win over Lafayette (3/29), was 2-3 with three RBI ... Belted his first two collegiate home runs with four runs and three RBI in four-game sweep of FDU (4/28-4/29) ... Went 2-4 with two RBI, one double and one run at LIU (4/7) ... Concluded the season by going 3-7 with two runs in season-ending doubleheader at Monmouth (5/20) ... Was 2-4 with a double at St. John’s (3/28) ... Also had two hits at VCU (3/23). Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Avon Old Farms High School under the direction of Rob Dowling ... Earned three varsity letters and helped the Winged Beavers to the Founders League and Colonial League championships as a senior ... Also named to the All-Erickson and All New England teams ... Born on June 30, 1987 ... Has a brother Matthew (25) ... Graduated with a degree in political science at Wagner and is pursuing his master’s degree in business management.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


DAVID REES Sr. - 6-1/190 - LHP - L/L Staten Island, NY / Xavier

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Junior Year All-NEC Second Team … Turned in arguably the finest season by a Wagner relief pitcher … Second in the NEC with six saves, which are also the fourth-most in school history … In a school-record 30 appearances, went 2-3 with 36 strikeouts, against 23 walks, with a 2.37 ERA over 38.0 innings while holding hitters to a .253 average … During NEC-play, picked it up to the tune of a 1.10 ERA while notching five saves and 12 strikeouts over 16.1 innings as the opposition batted just .186 … Saw action in a NEC-best and schoolrecord 30 games … Did not allow an earned run in 22 of his 30 games, including yielding just more than one on only two occasions … Named to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSida All-District Second Team ... Did not allow an earned run in 13 games from March 10 to April 17, going 2-1 with two saves and 20 strikeouts over 17.2 innings (0.00 ERA) while limiting hitters to a .214 average … Collected the win over CAA Champ VCU (3/13), striking out three over 2.2 scoreless innings … Followed that up with a victory at Richmond (3/19), fanning two while allowing just two unearned runs and one hit in 3.0 innings … Got the final two outs for his first save of the year against BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7) … In the NEC Tournament, fired a career-best 4.0 innings against CCSU (5/29), striking out three while allowing just two runs, one earned, on four hits and a walk … Struck out a career-best matching five over 2.0 scoreless innings at Bethune-Cookman (3/10) … Retired both batters he faced while stranding the potential tying run in 5-4 win at Mount St. Mary’s (4/2) … Struck out three over 2.1 innings of scoreless relief in win at Seton Hall (4/14) … In three wins over Monmouth (4/17-4/18), earned a save while allowing just one run on over 3.1 innings … Helped Wagner clinch a playoff berth against Quinnipiac (5/20-5/21), collecting two saves while striking out four in 4.0 innings of one-hit ball over three wins … Allowed just one batter to reach safely in getting the save against Sacred Heart (5/8), striking out one over 1.1 innings … Needed just one pitch to get the final out and earn the save at CCSU (5/15) … Allowed just one run over 3.0 innings at Bryant (5/2), striking out one. 2009 Sophomore Season Ranked second in the NEC and fifth in school-history with 25 appearances, going 1-0 with one save, 13 strikeouts and a 4.26 ERA while issuing only four walks... Held hitters to a .253 average and allowed just one of a team-high 24 inherited runners to score ... Did not allow an earned run in his first eight appearances and 19 of his 25 outings, including the final eight of the season ... Retired the only batter he faced against FDU (5/16) in collecting the win ... Earned his first career save after retiring the only batter he saw at LIU (5/1) ... Entered with runners on the corners and the score tied with one out in the eighth inning against CCSU (5/22) in the NEC Tournament before striking out the only batter he faced ... Notched season-highs in strikeouts (3) and innings (2.2) at Monmouth (4/19) ... Struck out two in 1.2 innings at Delaware State (3/20). 2008 Freshman Season Lefty-specialist that came on strong down the stretch ... In eight appearances, struck out 10 and walked just one while posting a 0.96 ERA over 9.1 innings of work ... Held hitters to a .188 average ... Did not yield a run over his last 8.2 innings of work spanning seven appearances ... Struck out four over 2.0 scoreless innings at Rutgers (4/22) ... Also hurled 2.0 scoreless innings at Lafayette (4/29) ... Helped the Green & White sweep four-game set from Quinnipiac (5/2-5/4) with 2.0 scoreless innings over three games ... In series-finale, entered with the bases-loaded and no outs before inducing a force-play at the plate and a double-play to quell the seventh-inning threat ... Yielded just three base-runners over his final 5.1 frames. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Xavier High School under the direction of Rich Duffell ... Earned three varsity letters for the Knights ... Cy Young award winner as a senior, highlighted by a complete game 12 strikeout performance against the division winner ... Played in the CHSAA All Star Senior Classic ... Named to the 2006 All Bronx / Manhattan Division Team ... Was born on March 27, 1989 ... Has one brother Michael (19) ... Is majoring in business administration with a concentration in finance at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


JACK RICE Sr. - 6-1/215 - LHP/INF - R/L Middlesex, NJ / Immaculata

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2010 Junior Season Dual-position player saw time on the mound and as a position player … As a pitcher, went 0-2 with 23 strikeouts, against 19 walks, with a 7.88 ERA and one save over 37.2 innings of work … Pitched in 17 games, making one start … Earned the save against LIU (3/28) with 2.0 innings of one-hit ball … Fired a perfect seventh inning to help the Seahawks slay BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7) … Also notched scoreless innings of relief at Saint Peter’s (4/20), vs. Iona (4/28), vs. NJIT (5/5) and NYIT (5/12) … Started and pitched a season-best 5.0 innings against CAA Champ VCU (3/13) while helping Wagner to victory … Matched that with 5.0 innings against Sacred Heart (5/7) … Struck out a season-best four over 4.2 innings at Winthrop (2/28) before fanning three in 3.0 at Jacksonville (3/6) … Struck out the side in his only inning at FDU (4/10) … Concluded the year with 2.2 innings of one-run ball at CCSU (5/14). 2009 Sophomore Season Went 1-5 with 26 strikeouts, against 15 walks, and a 6.42 ERA over 40.2 innings ... Struck out two and allowed one run over 5.0 innings in win at Monmouth (4/18) ... Fanned a career-best matching seven while not walking a batter and scattering two runs over 5.0 innings at Sacred Heart (5/10) ... Struck out four and yielded one hit over 3.0 scoreless innings vs. Yale (3/8) ... Followed that up with 3.1 innings of two-run ball at No. 7 Virginia (3/18) ... Struck out three and did not allow an earned run over 2.2 frames at Delaware State (3/22) ... Pitched a season-high 5.1 innings vs. Mount St. Mary’s (4/25), registering three strikeouts ... Hurled 3.2 innings against Sacred Heart (5/23) in the NEC Touranment ... Also hit .222 (8-36) with eight runs, one double and one home run ... Had four multi-RBI games ... Played in 18 games, making eight starts ... Laced his first career home run, a two-run blast, at UMBC (3/7) ... Went 2-4 with two RBI vs. Maine (3/27) ... Notched a double and two RBI in win over Seton Hall (4/15) ... Scored two runs in win at Coppin State (3/18). 2008 Freshman Season Had a superb first year seeing time as a starting pitcher and in the field ... Went 5-3 with 27 strikeouts, one save and a 3.00 ERA over 54.0 innings ... Started his collegiate career with 10.2 innings of scoreless-ball ... Finished the season strong too, striking out eight while allowing one earned run over his final 10.0 innings ... Was named Akadema NEC Pitcher of the Week after going 1-0 with five strikeouts against two walks while yielding two runs over 11.0 innings for the week ending March 23 ... Claimed a 5-2 win over Winthrop (3/22), striking out three while not walking a batter over 8.0 innings ... Began the week with 3.0 innings of relief at UCF (3/17), scattering one unearned run while fanning two ... Earned Akadema NEC Rookie of the Week accolades after striking out five over 6.1 scoreless innings in the Green & White’s 13-11 come-from-behind win at FIU (3/1) ...After entering in the bottom of the third, he faced the minimum 15 batters, including retiring 11 in a row at point, over the next five frames ... Collected the save in 5-3 win at Villanova (3/11), striking out one in a perfect ninth ... Earned the win in game-two vs. Maine, pitching 5.0 innings of one-run ball ... Struck out three and scattered two runs over 6.0 innings in series-sweeping win vs. LIU (4/6) ... Struck out six and gave up one run on three hits while not walking a batter over 5.0 innings in victory at NYIT (5/14) ... Struck out two and yielded one unearned run over 4.2 innings at CCSU (5/10) ... Also hit .250 (8-32) with five RBI, one double and one run ... Saw action in 17 games, making eight starts ... Went 2-4 with a RBI at Lafayette (4/29). Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball for Immaculata High School under the direction of Tom Gambino ... Earned three varsity letters and hit .449 as a senior, helping the Spartans to a 24-3 record ... Named First Team All-County and First Team All-Area his junior and senior years ... Concluded his career with MVP accolades at the Somerset County Tournament and was named Second Team All Non-Public ... Born on June 14, 1988 ... Has three siblings; Kelly (24), Stacey (18) and Jimmy (16) ... Is majoring in accounting at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


TOMMY HIGGINS Jr. - 5-9/175 - INF - R/R

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Port Monmouth, NJ / Red Bank Cath. 2009 Junior Season Emerged as a starter, splitting time between second base, third base and designated hitter … Batted .295 (54183) with 23 runs, 11 doubles, two home runs, 31 RBI, four stolen bases and 15 walks while reaching base at a .348 clip … Finished second on the team with 11 multi-RBI games and fourth with 16 multi-hit games … Saw action in 54 games, making 49 starts … Batted .500 (6-12) with five RBI, four runs and four walks while helping Wagner take three-of-four at FDU (4/9-4/11), including going a perfect 4-for-4 with three walks while being plunked in doubleheader split … In victory over CAA Champ VCU (3/13), went 3-for-4 with two RBI … Went 3-for-4 in win over BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7) … Helped the Green & White qualify for the postseason in doubleheader sweep of Quinnipiac (5/21), going 3-for-6 with two runs and two RBI - including scoring the eventual winning runs in each game … Hit safely in all four games at CCSU (5/14-5/16), batting .400 (6-15) with two doubles and two runs … In doubleheader sweep of Monmouth (4/17), went 3-for-7 with four RBI, including singling in the goahead runs in game-one win … Over final two games at Richmond (3/20-3/21), turned in a 4-for-9 performance … Notched his first career home run while driving in a season-high three at Saint Peter’s (4/20) … Was 2-for-5 with a run and RBI in narrow win at Seton Hall (4/14) … Clouted his second home run of the year at Bryant (4/30) … Recorded one of three Wagner hits off eventual Third Round MLB pick Addison Reed at San Diego State (4/23) … Went 2-for4 with two RBI and a run in wins over Iona (4/28) and NJIT (5/5) … Was 3-for-5 over two games in season-opening series at Winthrop (2/26; 2/28) … Notched a hit vs. CCSU (5/29) at the NEC Tournament. 2009 Freshman Season Hit .244 (20-82) with 12 runs, four doubles and eight walks ... Had five multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games ... Played in 34 games, with 20 starts at second base ... In 15-1 win over UMBC (3/7), was 2-5 with a career-high four RBI ... Went 2-2 with two runs, two RBI and a double at Coppin State (3/18) ... Was 3-6 with three runs and a pair of walks over three games at Delaware State (3/21-3/22) ... His two-run double was the difference in 5-3 win over Lafayette (3/25) ... Went 2-4 with a double and three RBI in 10-1 NEC-opening win over CCSU (4/3) ... Also notched two hits in the third game (4/4) and went 5-15 with four RBI and two runs in the series ... Scored a run at No. 7 Virginia (3/18) ... Was 2-4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (4/25) ... Recorded five multi-hit games, including three during NEC-play. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Red Bank Catholic High School under the direction of Buddy Hausemann, earning three varsity letters … Capped his career with Third Team All-Shore accolades after hitting .465 with 40 hits and 25 steals as a senior … Named All-Division as a junior, hitting .407 with 35 hits, 25 RBI and nine doubles as Red Bank Catholic went 15-11 … As a sophomore, helped the Caseys to the Division Championship and was named the squad’s Best Defensive Player … Born on June 21, 1990 ... Has three siblings; Chris (17), Catherine (12) and Deirde (9) … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


MARK HOLMES Jr. - 6-7/225 - RHP - R/R Manalapan, NJ / Manalapan

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2010 Sophomore Season Saw time as a starter and a reliever ... Went 2-2 with 12 strikeouts, against five walks, and a 8.74 ERA over 22.2 innings … Saw action in 10 games, making three starts … Missed over a month due to injury … Capped a doubleheader sweep with his first win of the year against Monmouth (4/17), striking out two while yielding just two runs over 4.2 innings … Got his second win against NJIT (5/5) with a scoreless inning of relief, beginning a streak of four-straight games in which he fired scoreless frames out of the bullpen … Fanned two over 2.0 innings of Wagner’s 9-4 win over Monmouth (5/28) at the NEC Tournament, including striking out the final batter to ice the victory … Hurled a season-high 5.0 innings at San Diego State (4/24) … Closed out the Seahawks’ 11-9 victory at FDU (4/10) with 2.0 innings of relief. 2009 Freshman Season Went 3-1, including a perfect 3-0 during NEC-play, with 14 strikeouts, against just four walks, and a 4.46 ERA over 36.1 innings while holding hitters to a .290 average ... Saw action in nine games, making five starts ... Collected his first collegiate win at Quinnipiac (4/10), hurling a career-high 7.0 innings ... Earned his second victory at LIU (5/2), striking out three while yielding one run on two hits and two walks over 5.0 innings ... Clinched the NEC Regular Season Championship for Wagner, fanning two over 5.0 scoreless frames in 9-1 win over FDU (5/17) ... Struck out two while not walking a batter over 6.0 innings of two-run relief vs. CCSU (4/4) ... Against Rutgers (3/31), recorded three K’s while allowing one run over 4.0 innings. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Manalapan High School under the direction of Brian Boyce, earning three varsity letters … Won the Manalapan Pitcher of the Year award as a junior, going 4-3 with 28 strikeouts, against just eight walks, with a 2.68 ERA over 49.1 innings … Helped the Braves to a combined 32-21 mark over his last two years … Also lettered in basketball … Born on January 18, 1990 ... Has two siblings; Andrew (26) and Kristina (24) … Andrew played basketball at Widener University … Graduated with a 3.0 GPA … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


HAYDEN HUNTER Jr. - 6-1/210 - C/1B - R/R Santa Monica, CA / Notre Dame

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2010 Sophomore Season Saw increased time behind the plate … Batted .333 (11-33) with six runs, three doubles, two triples, one home run and three RBI while drawing two walks and being plunked four times while notching a .436 OBP … Also threw out 23.1 percent (3-13) of baserunners … Saw action in 19 games, making seven starts … Had two multi-hit games … Crushed his first career home run at Bryant (5/1), giving Wagner a seventh-inning lead … Recorded his first career multi-hit game at Mount St. Mary’s, going 2-for-2 … In victory over Iona (4/28), went 2-for-3 with a triple, RBI and run … Tripled and scored a run at BethuneCookman ( 3/13) … Doubled and scored a run at Richmond (3/20) … Also doubled at San Diego State (4/25) and vs. Quinnipiac (5/22). 2009 Freshman Year Hit .400 (2-5) with two runs, two RBI and one double over nine games, including one start ... Notched a run-scoring double in his first collegiate at-bat at UMBC (3/7), before coming around to score ... Also recorded a hit vs. Seton Hall (4/15). Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Notre Dame High School under the direction of Tom Dill … As a senior, he helped the Black Knights to Division III State Championship, the Southern California Invitational Tourney Championship and a 27-4 record … Notre Dame also was honored as the Cal-Hi Sports State Team of the Year … Second Team All-Mission League selection after hitting .365 with three doubles, two home runs, 16 RBI with a .475 slugging percentage while only striking out six times … On the gridiron, helped Notre Dame to back-to-back Mission League Football Championships and was a two-time All-League selection … Graduated Cum Laude with a 3.6 GPA and was a four-time All-Academic Team selection … Born on December 8, 1989 ... Has a brother Morgan (24) … Enjoys photography, music, snowboarding and the beach … Is majoring in business at Wagner.

2011 Wagner College Baseball


RYAN VAN SPRONSEN Jr. - 6-2/190 - RHP - R/R

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Brantford, ON / Assumption College

2010 Sophomore Season Solid pitcher that saw time as a starter and reliever ... Went 2-7 with 43 strikeouts, against 24 walks, and a 6.41 ERA over 59.0 innings … During NEC-play, struck out 23 while walking just five over 35.2 innings … Saw action in 18 games, making nine starts … Named to the 2010 NEC Spring Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll ... Went at least 5.0 innings in six of his nine starts … After starting the year in the rotation, moved to the bullpen and struck out 12 while walking just two and posting a 3.86 ERA over his final 9.1 innings - spanning eight games … Struck out a season-best five while allowing just one unearned run on four hits over 8.0 dominating innings in 6-1 victory over LIU (3/26) … Collected win number two with 7.0 innings of one-run ball with four strikeouts while not walking a batter in 3-1 win at FDU (4/9) … Allowed just one earned run with three strikeouts over 5.0 innings at San Diego State (4/24) … Fanned four over 6.2 innings against Monmouth (4/16) … Closed out Wagner’s 6-2 win over NYIT (5/2), striking out the side in the ninth … Got two big outs in narrow victories at CCSU (5/15) and vs. Quinnipiac (5/21) … Closed out the year at the NEC Tournament, fanning three over 2.1 innings vs. CCSU (5/27). 2009 Freshman Season Went 2-2 with 32 strikeouts, against 12 walks, with a 4.97 ERA over 41.2 innings of work while holding hitters to a .290 average ... During NEC-play, was 1-1 with 16 strikeouts, against just one walk, over 20.0 innings ... Saw action in 14 games, making three starts ... Fired a complete-game shutout at Coppin State (3/18) for his first collegiate win, striking out four while yielding just two hits and two walks over 7.0 innings ... Earned his second win over Mount St. Mary’s (4/24), striking out four while not walking a batter over 4.1 innings of two-run ball in relief ... Closed out Wagner’s NEC-clinching win over FDU (5/17) with 4.0 innings of one-run ball in 9-1 victory ... Tough-luck loser at Sacred Heart (5/10), striking out four, against no walks, while yielding one run on two hits over 4.2 innings ... Struck out three over 3.0 scoreless innings at Quinnipiac (4/9) ... Also fanned three against CCSU (4/4) ... Pitched 2.2 innings of three strikeout, one-run ball against Maine (3/30)... Fanned four over 3.0 innings vs. Iona (5/6) and two in 2.0 innings in win over Seton Hall (4/15) ... Held lefties to a .242 average. Scholastic / Personal: Is the first student-athlete in the baseball program to hail from Canada … Originally from Brantford, Ontario … Played his prep ball at Assumption College under the direction of Doug Ahnear … Team MVP in 2006 and 2007 while helping the Lions to a combined 13-7 mark …Went 13-1 with 67 strikeouts and a 1.44 ERA over 63 innings for the Canadian Thunderbirds, a traveling AAU summer baseball team in 2007 … In the summer of 2008, played for the Brantford Braves … Also participated in badminton, cross country and volleyball … Was born on August 3, 1989 ... Has four siblings; Stephanie (22), Leeanne (17), Victoria (15) and Adam (11) … Graduated with a 3.8 GPA and earned the Ontario Scholar Award as well as Honor Role accolades … Is majoring in business at Wagner.

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NICK ALFANO So. - 6-0/205 - OF - R/R

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Coral Springs, FL / N. Broward Prep

2010 Freshman Season Entered the starting line-up late in the year, giving a boost to the Wagner offense … Batted .264 (1453), including .364 during NEC-play, with 11 runs, two doubles, one home run, six RBI and three stolen bases … Had three multi-hit games and one multi-RBI game … Played in 29 games, making 16 starts … In second start, went 4-for-5 with his first career home run and double while scoring a season-best three runs and driving in two at Bryant (5/2) … His two-run home run staked the Seahawks to a 10th inning lead … Against Monmouth (4/17), his two-out steal helped spur a three-run sixth inning in come-frombehind 5-3 victory … Recorded his first career hit at San Diego State (4/25) … Scored the eventual winning run at Seton Hall (4/14) … Notched two hits with two stolen bases against Quinnipiac (5/22), helping finish off a four-game sweep … Also recorded a pair of hits at CCSU (5/14) … Helped the Seahawks split a doubleheader with Sacred Heart (5/8), doubling and scoring a run in the nightcap … In the NEC Tournament, singled against CCSU (5/29) … Made one pitching appearance, hurling an inning of relief at San Diego State (4/23). Scholastic / Personal: Played his scholastic ball at North Broward Prep High School under the direction of Brian Campbell … Earned five varsity letters … Was voted Second Team All-County and All-Conference while hitting .430 as a senior … Named to the South Florida Sun Sentinel Second Team … Also lettered in basketball and football … On the court, helped the Eagles to the District Championship … Was an honorable mention All-Country performer on the gridiron … Graduated with a 3.8 GPA and was a member of the High Honor Roll … High School teammate of Dakota Dvorak … Born on April 22, 1991 … Has three siblings; Jacqueline (24), John (21) and Julia (10) … His uncle Gary Mule swam at the University of Pittsburgh … Is majoring in business at Wagner.

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DAKOTA DVORAK So. - 6-5/195 - RHP - R/R

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Pompano Beach, FL / N. Broward Prep

2010 Freshman Season Came on strong at the end of the year … Went 1-0 with 17 strikeouts, against 16 walks, and a 5.32 ERA while limiting batters to a .295 average over 23.2 innings … Picked it up during NEC-games, posting a 4.82 ERA as the opposition batted just .219 … Saw action in 16 games out of the bullpen … Did not allow an earned run in 10 of those appearances … Finished the year strong at the NEC Tournament, striking out one and allowing just one hit over 2.1 scoreless innings against CCSU (5/29) … Earned his first career win with a scoreless inning of relief in regular-season finale against Quinnipiac (5/22) … Struck out a career-high four over a career-best 3.2 innings at Richmond (3/20) … Hurled a perfect 2.0 innings with a strikeout in series-clinching victory over FDU (4/11) … Followed that up with 2.1 innings of one-hit ball against Monmouth (4/16) … Fanned two in a scoreless inning of work at Bethune-Cookman (3/10) … Also struck out two in a scoreless frame in win over NYIT (5/12) … In victory over NJIT (5/5), fired a hitless inning of relief. Scholastic / Personal: Played his scholastic ball at North Broward Prep High School under the direction of Brian Campbell … Earned four letters … Voted to the Broward All-Star Game and was a 2009 Under Armour Preseason All-American … Collected four wins and one save on the mound while batting .403 and hitting safely in 19-of-23 games … Moved to Florida from Iowa to play baseball year-round … Has played every position with the exception of catcher … Played summer ball for the Florida Pokers, helping them reach the 2006 Mickey Mantle World Series … His father Gary played at Parsons College (1963) while his cousin Craig Colbert played in the Major Leagues with the San Francisco Giants (1992-93) and is currently a scout for the Philadelphia Phillies … Graduated with a 3.10 GPA … High School teammate of Nick Alfano … Born on August 7, 1990 … Has a sister Diamond (22) … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

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GABY RAMIREZ So. - 5-10/200 - C - R/R

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San Juan, Puerto Rico / Perkiomen (PA)

2010 Freshman Season Team’s primary back-stop and was a two-time Akadema NEC Rookie of the Week … Batted .258 (39151) with seven doubles, two triples, three home runs, 20 RBI and 17 runs … Also threw out 28.1 percent (25-89) of baserunners … Recorded nine multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games … Played in 52 games, making 47 starts at arguably the most demanding position in baseball … Earned his first NEC Rookie accolade after batting a team-best .455 (5-for-11) at Richmond (3/19-3/21) while recording at least one hit in every game of Wagner’s three-game series and driving in four … In game-one win went 2-for-4 with a double, home run, three RBI and two runs … Logged another RBI double in the second game before recording a two-hit performance in the finale … Picked up honor number two with a big weekend at FDU (4/9-4/11) after helping defeat BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7) ... Batted .389 (7-18) with five runs, four RBI, two doubles and a home run while throwing out 50 percent (4-of-8) of wouldbe basestealers … Doubled and scored a run in the Seahawks’ 5-2 victory over the Red Storm … In helping the Green & White take three-of-four from the Knights, recorded six hits, four runs and four RBI … In series-clinching victory, notched a career-high four hits (5 at-bats) with a home run, three runs and three RBI … In game three, singled and scored after previously notching a base hit and a RBI in game two … Recorded his first collegiate hit and RBI at Winthrop (2/27) … His two-run single capped a five-run inning in victory over CAA Champ VCU (3/13) … Clouted his second home run at Mount St. Mary’s (4/1) … Went 2-for-4 with a double while scoring the eventual winning run in victory over Seton Hall (4/14) … Also scored the eventual winning run win over Monmouth (4/17) before helping the Seahawks sweep the doubleheader with a RBI after being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the night-cap … Went 2-for-2 with a RBI at Bryant (4/30) … Hit safely in all four games against Sacred Heart (5/7-5/9), going 5-for-13 (.384) with a double, triple and a run … Was 2-for-4 with two RBI in win over NYIT (5/12) … Was 2-for-3 with two runs in win over CCSU (5/15), helping Wagner salvage a doubleheader split … Had hits against Monmouth (5/28) and CCSU (5/29) in the NEC Tournament. Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at the Perkiomen (PA) School under the direction of Kendall Baker … Earned four letters … As a senior, helped the Indians to an 18-6 record … Named MVP after hitting.492 with 29 runs and 21 RBI … Slugged .814 while smashing five doubles, four home runs and one triple … Batted .518 as a junior while helping Perkiomen to a 15-5 mark … Played summer ball for the San Juan Patriots … Also lettered in basketball and football for the Indians … Has two brothers; Michael and George … Prep teammate of Ian Vazquez ... Born on July 24, 1990 … Is majoring in business finance at Wagner.

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CHRISTIAN RAUTENSTRAUCH So. - 6-3/185 - RHP - R/R Charlotte, NC / Providence Day

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2010 Freshman Season Developed into one of Wagner’s weekend starters while tying for the team lead with four wins ... Also earned one Akadema NEC Rookie of the Week honor and went 2-0 against the BIG EAST…On the year, was 4-2 with 26 strikeouts, against 21 walks, with a 6.02 ERA over 40.1 innings while holding hitters to a .311 average … During NEC-play, went 2-1 with a 4.29 ERA while limiting batters to a miniscule .253 average … Saw action in 16 games, making six starts … Picked up his first career win over BIG EAST Champ St. John’s (4/7), firing 5.0 innings while allowing just two runs, one earned, with two strikeouts … Named NEC Rookie of the Week after collecting victories at Seton Hall (4/14) and against Monmouth (4/18) … Earned the win against the Pirates after striking out a career-high eight while not walking a batter and allowing just four runs, three earned, on seven hits over 5.2 solid innings … Followed that up with 4.0 innings of one-hit ball against the Hawks, striking out two in picking up his second victory of the week … Was victorious over Sacred Heart (5/8), fanning two while allowing three runs, two earned, on six hits and a walk over 5.2 innings … Fired 3.0 scoreless innings of relief at Mount St. Mary’s (4/3) and 2.1 scoreless frames at Bryant (5/1) … Struck out four while surrendering two runs over 4.0 innings in victory over Quinnipiac (5/22). Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Providence Day School under the direction of Jim Cerbie, earning three varsity letters … As a senior, went 7-2 with a 2.21 ERA while earning C.I.S.A.A. AllConference honorable mention accolades … At the plate, batted .310 with a team-high 12 doubles … Also participated in cross country and ice hockey at Providence Day … Born on May 23, 1991 … Is majoring in accounting at Wagner.

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EDDIE BROWN R-Jr. - 5-11/180 - INF - R/R

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Edison, NJ / St. Joseph’s (Metuchen) Scholastic / Personal: Redshirted the 2010 season per NCAA Transfer Rules after enrolling at Wagner for the spring semester ... Played his first two seasons for Seton Hall University and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining, beginning in 2011 … Saw action in 64 games for the Pirates … Notched 31 hits, 27 runs, three home runs and 16 RBI … Played his prep ball at St. Joseph’s (Metuchen) under the direction of Paul Esposito, helping the Falcons to three-straight Middlesex County Championships, including the 2007 State Sectional Title and the 2006 County Crown … Named All-Middlesex County … Has a sister Lindsay (19) … Born on August 5, 1988 … Is majoring in marketing at Wagner

CONNOR ABREU Fr. - 5-9/145 - OF/INF - R/R Piscataway, NJ / Piscataway

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Piscataway High School under the direction of Bob Guberna … Earned three varsity letters while helping a 12-15 Chief squad upset No. 1 ranked North Hunterdon in the State Playoffs … Batted .416 with 21 runs, 20 steals, 16 RBI and 10 extra-base hits … Also was a team captain and starter in the GMC All-Star game … Played summer ball for Langan Baseball … Also ran winter track for Piscataway … His DMR relay team narrowly missed setting the school record, falling short by a tenth of a second … Born on February 25, 1992 … Has one brother Bobby (22), who played at Seton Hall (2007-2010) … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

CLIFF BRANTLEY Fr. - 5-9/160 - INF/OF - L/R

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Staten Island, NY / Port Richmond

Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Port Richmond High School under the direction of John See … Named Team MVP in each one of his three varsity campaigns while batting over .370 … Named a Staten Island Advance All-Star while gaining inclusion to various other All-Star teams … Born on September 15, 1992 … His father Cliff played in Major Leagues for Philadelphia from 1991-1992 … His uncle Harold is a 2009 Wagner Hall of Fame Selection, and graduated as the program’s all-time hit leader … Majoring in political science at Wagner.

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RYAN CASEY Fr. - 6-0/185 - RHP - R/R

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Paramus, NJ / St. Joseph Regional

Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Saint Joseph Regional High School under the direction of Frank Salvano… Helped the Green Knights to back-to-back County Championships and was cited as the Most Improved Player in each of his last two seasons … As a senior, posted a 1.97 ERA with 50 strikeouts over 40 innings en route to Second Team All-League and All North East Honorable Mention honors … Also helped Saint Joseph Regional to a conference title as a sophomore … Born on March 14, 1992 ... Has three siblings; Jennifer (22), Shannon (20) and Sean (18) … His father Brian played baseball at Seton Hall … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

PAT FEDORKO Fr. - 6-0/200 - C - L/R Lawrenceville, NJ / Lawrence

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Lawrence High School under the direction of Chris Gresko … Earned three varsity letters for the Cardinals … Named All-Colonial Valley as a senior and a sophomore … Earned All-Northeast honorable mention accolades ... Garnered a spot on the prestigious Carpenter Cup Team … Batted a league-best .500 as a sophomore … Cited as a Perfect Game National Underclassmen Top Prospect … Also earned four letters in ice hockey and one in football … Born on March 24, 1992 ... Has one sister Lauren (22) … Graduated with a 3.4 GPA … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

MATT GAVIN Fr. - 6-1/175 - RHP - R/R St. James, NY / Smithtown East

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Smithtown East High School under the direction of Ken Klee, earning two varsity letters … As a senior, was named Third Team All-State after going 7-0 with a 0.92 ERA … Won the Suffolk County Gold Glove (Pitcher) … Also lettered twice in soccer, earning All-League III honors in his final year… Born on August 13, 1992 … Was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated with a 3.7 GPA … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

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IAN MILLER Fr. - 6-0/175 - OF - L/L

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Downington, PA / Bishop Shanahan

Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Bishop Shanahan High School under the direction of Mike Cooper earning two letters … Named All-Chesmont Honorable Mention and All-Chester County as a senior … Played in the prestigious Carpenter Cup … Paced the Chesmont Conference in stolen bases in each of his final two seasons … Born on February 21, 1992 … Has one brother Colin (15) … His father Mark played at UCLA and was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 26th round of the 1979 MLB Draft and played two seasons, playing at Rookie-A Billings and Low-A Cedar Rapids … Is majoring in economics at Wagner.

MATT MORRIS Fr. - 6-0/185 - LHP - L/L Matawan, NJ / St. John Vianney

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at St. John Vianney High School under the direction of Mike Morgan … Earned three varsity letters for the Lancers … Won the team’s Cy Young Award while going 8-2 as a senior … Also hit .464 … Earned Shore Conference First Team Accolades … Was selected for the prestigious Carpenter Cup ... Born on November 17, 1991 ... Has two brothers; Dan (21) and Chris (14)... His father Paul played baseball at John Jay University … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

NICK PAVIA Fr. - 6-0/190 - RHP - R/R

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Staten Island, NY / St. Joseph By The Sea

Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at St. Joseph By The Sea High School under the direction of Gordon Rugg, earning three varsity letters … Helped the Vikings to the 2010 City Title and was named the New York Post & New York Daily News Player of the Year … Went 6-2 with a 1.34 ERA over 62.0 innings while striking out 74 … In the postseason, notching a 1.12 ERA with 30 strikeouts over 25 innings … Born on February 20, 1992 … Has two siblings; Amanda (16) and Gabrielle (13) … His father Edward played baseball at Columbia … Is undecided on a major at Wagner

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DAVE PEPE Fr. - 5-9/165 - INF - R/R Caldwell, NJ / James Caldwell

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at James Caldwell High School under the direction of Tom Lamont … Earned three varsity letters, helping the Chiefs to 41 wins … Named Third Team All-State Group 2, First Team All-Super Essex and First Team All-Essex County as a senior, batting .494 with 41 hits, 29 runs, 26 RBI and a .578 OBP … Played summer ball for the NJ Twins coached by John Wilson … Born on October 15, 1991 ... Has two siblings; Nicole (15) and Victoria (13) … His father Dave wrestled collegiately at Rutgers … Was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated with a 91 GPA … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

RYAN THOMPSON Fr. - 6-0/165 - RHP - R/R

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Doylestown, PA / Central Bucks East

Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Central Bucks East High School under the direction of Kyle Dennis … Earned one varsity letter … Played summer ball for Plumstead Legion … Also lettered in football for the Patriots … Born on April 16, 1992 ... Has three siblings; Jared (12), Lindsey (9) and Zoe (4) … His father Doug golfed at Temple and played baseball at West Chester … Graduated with a 3.7 GPA … Is majoring in business at Wagner.

IAN VAZQUEZ Fr. - 5-10/165 - INF - R/R

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Guaynabo, Puerto Rico / Perkiomen (PA)

Scholastic / Personal: Selected by the Houston Astros in the 45th round of the 2010 MLB Draft … Played his prep ball at Perkiomen (PA) under the direction of Kendall Baker, helping the Panthers to four-straight Tri-County Titles … As a senior, batted .528 with 30 RBI, 12 doubles and three home runs as Perkiomen went 24-4 … Ranked as the third-best prep shortstop in SE PA by the Philadelphia Inquirer … Born on October 27, 1991 ... Has four siblings & his father Gabriel played collegiately and at the professional level … Is undecided on a major at Wagner.

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PHILIP WEIHN R-Fr. - 6-4/250 - RHP - R/R Shrewsbury, MA / Clinton

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Scholastic / Personal: Played his prep ball at Clinton High School under the direction of Michael Frick … Helped the Gaels to a 25-15 mark over his final two years … Posted the lowest ERA in the Mid Wac C Conference, recording a 1.17 … Also earned two letters in football and basketball … On the gridiron, was selected to play in the Shrine Chowder Bowl Classic, which features the top graduating seniors from Central and Western Massachusetts…Named to the Central Massachusetts Football Association’s All-Star team. … Born on October 11, 1990 … Has one sister Ariana (18) … Graduated with honors … Is majoring in business at Wagner.

DID YOU KNOW??? That 2006 Wagner graduate Andrew Bailey became the second former Seahawk to win American League Rookie of the Year honors in 2009 ... Curt Blefary was the first, taking home the junior circuit’s honor in 1965 for the Baltimore Orioles.

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All-Time NEC Tournament Results 1994 - 4th No. 1 Rider 9, No. 4 Wagner 7 No. 3 Long Island 2, No. 4 Wagner 1 1997 - 4th No. 1 FDU 7, No. 4 Wagner 4 No. 3 Rider 20, No. 4 Wagner 6 2000 - 1st No. 4 Wagner 16, No. 1 UMBC 1 No. 4 Wagner 5, No. 3 Monmouth 0 No. 3 Monmouth 14, No. 4 Wagner 3 No. 4 Wagner 7, No. 3 Monmouth 3 2004 - 2nd No. 4 Wagner 9, No. 1 CCSU 4 No. 4 Wagner 13, No. 2 Monmouth 4 No. 1 CCSU 5, No. 4 Wagner 4 No. 1 CCSU 10, No. 4 Wagner 3 2005 - 4th No. 1 Quinnipiac 13, No. 4 Wagner 6 No. 3 Monmouth 8, No. 4 Wagner 4 2006 - 3rd No. 3 Wagner 3, No. 2 Quinnipiac 1 No. 4 Sacred Heart 4, No. 3 Wagner 0 No. 1 CCSU 25, No. 3 Wagner 8 2008 - 4th No. 2 CCSU 8, No. 4 Wagner 4 No. 4 Mount St. Mary’s 5, No. 3 Wagner 1 2009 - 3rd (Regular Season Champs) No. 4 Monmouth 14, No. 1 Wagner 8 No. 1 Wagner 6, No. 3 CCSU 5 (10) No. 2 Sacred Heart 5, No. 1 Wagner 4 2010 - 3rd (Regular Season Champs) No. 2 CCSU 5, No. 3 Wagner 3 No. 3 Wagner 9, No. 4 Monmouth 4 No. 2 CCSU 7, No. 2 Wagner 2

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1988 - Mike Venezia, OF; Len Cancelleri, DH 1989 - Mike Venezia, OF; Len Cancelleri, DH 1991 - Dean Esposito, 1B; John White, OF 1992 - Jack Scholz, 2B; Brent Harvie, OF; George Gagliardi, RHP 1993 - Chris DeDomenico, 1B; Jack Scholz, OF; Randy Chirumbolo, P 1994 - Keith Bolognese, OF; Randy Chirumbolo, P 1998 - Joe Francisco, OF 1999 - First Team - Joe Francisco, OF; John Spinelli, DH Second Team - Gil Barkman, 3B 2000 - First Team - Mike Cerminaro, SS; Gil Barkman, DH Second Team - John Spinelli, OF 2001 - First Team - Joe LaRocca, DH 2002 - Second Team - Chris Dick, 1B 2003 - Second Team - Chris Dick, 1B; Troy Sogluizzo, DH 2004 - Second Team - Nick Papa, OF 2005 - First Team - Joe Malfettano, 2B; Troy Sogluizzo, DH, Second Team - Matt Mastrianni, OF; Nick Papa, OF 2006 - Second Team - Nick Papa, OF; Chris Drechsel, UT 2007 - First Team - Joey DiGeronimo, SS Second Team - Chris Drechsel, C; Pete Delleani, 2B 2008 - First Team - Joe Testa, LHP Second Team - Chris Drechsel, C; Vin Avella, 1B, Damian Csakai, OF 2009 - First Team - Matt Watson, RHP; Damian Csakai, OF Second Team - Seth Boyd, 2B 2010 - First Team - Jon Lucas, DH; Brian Martutartus, SS Second Team - Vin Avella, 1B; Seth Boyd, 2B; David Rees, RP

NEC Individual Awards & Leaders

1987 - Dave Noriega, home runs (10), hits (47) 1988 - Mike Venezia, triples (4) 1989 - John White, Rookie of the Year/Mike Venezia, triples (4)/ Don Croce, ERA (2.64) 1992 - Rich Vitaliano, Coach of the Year 1993 - Jack Scholz, batting (.418) 1994 - Brian O’Neill, Lowest ERA (1.16) 1997 - Mark Nugent - Pitcher of the Year/Joe Francisco, stolen bases (33) 1998 - Joe Francisco, stole bases (27) 1999 - Joe Francisco, hits (71), stolen bases (30) 2000 - Steve Coppola, NEC Tourney MVP/ Mike Cerminaro, runs (61), hits, (82), RBI (56) 2003 - Chris Dick, home runs, (10) 2004 - Nick Papa, doubles (19) 2006 - Joe Testa, strikeouts (98) 2007 - Joey DiGeronimo, triples (6) 2008 - Joe Testa NEC Pitcher of the Year & ERA (2.08) / Damian Csakai, stolen bases (33) 2009 - Matt Watson NEC Pitcher of the Year, ERA (3.64) & wins (9) / Joe Litterio Coach of the Year / Damian Csakai, stolen bases (37) / Vinny Avella, walks (31) /Andrew Huebner, saves (13) / Andrew Huebner, appearances (26) 2010 - Damian Csakai, stolen bases (41) / David Rees, appearances (30)

2000 - NCAA MIAMI REGIONAL No. 1 Miami 19, No. 4 Wagner 5 No. 3 FIU 10, No. 4 Wagner 1

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Since head coach Joe Litterio took over in 2000, he has sent eight of his former players on to affiliated baseball with the most notable being 2009 American League Rookie of the Year and two-time AL All Star Andrew Bailey. Here is a look at the players that were active in the affiiliated ranks last summer. 2010 graduate Andy Wells became the most recent former student-athlete to sign a contract, when he inked a deal with the Philadelphia Phillies during the offseason.

Andrew Bailey Bailey Andrew Wagner (2003-2006) (2003-2006) Wagner Oakland A’s Oakland A’s

Joe Testa Joe Testa Wagner (2005-2008) (2005-2008) Wagner Washington Nationals Nationals Washington

Kyle Morrison Wagner (2007-2009) Washington Nationals

Andrew Huebner Wagner (2006-2009) Baltimore Orioles

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Andy Wells - RHP (active) 2011 - Signed by the Philadelphia Phillies (NDFA); Andrew Huebner - RHP 2009 - Signed by the Baltimore Orioles (NDFA); Kyle Morrison - RHP (active) 2009 - Signed & Drafted by the Washington Nationals - 32nd round, 952nd overall; Joe Testa - LHP (active) 2008 - Signed by the Minnesota Twins (NDFA); currently with the Washington Nationals organization Joey DiGeronimo - INF 2007 - Signed & Drafted by the Baltimore Orioles - 42nd round, 1248th overall; Played one year in the Orioles system 2007). Mike McTamney - RHP 2007 - Signed by the Philadelphia Phillies. Andrew Bailey - RHP - Oakland A’s - 2009 - present / 2009 American League Rookie of the Year / 2009/2010 AL All-Star 2006 - Signed Drafted by Oakland A’s – 6th Round, 188th overall 2005 - Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers – 16th Round, 475th overall (did not sign) Mike Cerminaro - INF 2001 - Signed by the Chicago Cubs (NDFA) (Rule-5 Draft); Played two years in the Cubs organization (2001-02). Joe Francisco - OF 1999 - Signed & Drafted by the Atlanta Braves - 32nd Round, 984th overall; Played one year in the Braves organization (1999). Keith Bolognese - INF/OF 1994 - Signed by the Atlanta Braves (NDFA); Played one year in the Braves organization (1994). Charlie Mirailh - INF 1994 - Signed by the Atlanta Braves (NDFA); Played one year in the Braves organization (1994). Ken Arnold - INF 1991 - Signed by the Chicago Cubs (NDFA); Played five years of affiliated ball for the Cubs (1991-92), Orioles (1994-95) & Rangers (1996) reaching Double-A. John White - OF 1991 - Signed & Drafted by the Montreal Expos - 21st Round, 555th overall; Played two years in the Expos organization (1991-92). Earl Jewitt - RHP 1989 - Signed & Drafted by the Atlanta Braves - 32nd Round, 818th overall; Played three years in the Braves organization (1989-91). Joe Murphy - 1B 1985 - Drafted by the Chicago Cubs - 7th Round, 182nd overall; Played one year in the Cubs organization (1985). John VonAhnen - OF 1985 - Signed & Drafted by the Chicago White Sox, 15th Round, 371st overall; Played one year in the White Sox organization (1985). 1984 - Drafted by the Chicago White Sox, 15th Round, 392nd overall John Fidanza - INF 1984 - Signed by the New York Yankees (NDFA); Played one year in the Yankees organization (1984). Mike Taylor - OF 1983 - Signed & Drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 20th Round, 511th overall; Played five years in the White Sox organization (1983-1987), reaching Triple-A. Jim Opie - INF 1982 - Signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates (NDFA); Played seven years of affiliated ball for the Pirates (1982-86), Expos (1987), Brewers (1987) and the Angels (1988) reaching Triple-A Donald O’Toole - RHP 1982 - Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 11th Round, 280th overall out of HS (did not sign). Patrick McAlarney - LHP 1980 - Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 16th Round, 413th overall; Played one season in the Pirates organization (1980). Mingo Nunez - INF 1980 - Signed & Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 19th round, 479th pick; Played one season in the Twins organization (1980). 1979 - Drafted by the California Angels in the 19th round, 483rd pick. Tommy Gugluicci - C 1972 - Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as an amateur free agent; Played one season in the Cardinals organization (1972). Kenneth Danielson- OF 1970 - Signed & Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 40th round, 853rd pick; Played one season in the Giants organization (1970). Gregg Hansen - C 1966 - Signed & Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 11th round, 209th pick; Played one season in the Phillies organization (1966). James Morio - LHP 1964 - Signed by the Cincinnati Reds as an amateur free agent; Played three seasons for the Reds organization (1964-66). Dick Rice - RHP 1964 - Signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates as an amateur free agent; Played one season for the Pirates organization (1964). Bruce Wilson - RHP 1962 - Signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent; Played two seasons in the Mets organization (1962-63). Curt Blefary - OF/1B - American League Rookie of the Year (1965) 1962 - Signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent. Played in the majors for eight years with the Orioles (1965-68), Astros (1969), Yankees (1970-71), Athletics (1971-72) and the Padres (1972). Played four years in the minor leagues for the Yankees (1962-63), Orioles (1963-64) and Braves (1973). George Lewis 1956 - Signed by Boston. Also played with Pittsburgh

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1945 Herb Sutter...........1-6-0 1946 Herb Sutter...........9-4-0 1947 Herb Sutter...........9-6-1 1948 Herb Sutter......... 17-5-1 1949 Herb Sutter...........8-8-0 1950 Herb Sutter......... 12-5-1 1951 Herb Sutter......... 13-7-0 1952 Herb Sutter......... 7-14-0 1953 Herb Sutter........11-10-0 1954 Herb Sutter......... 8-10-0 1955 Herb Sutter......... 14-5-1 1956 Herb Sutter......... 6-12-0 1957 Jeff Safford......... 7-13-0 1958 Hank Majeski....... 3-15-1 1959 Herb White.......... 9-11-1 1960 Herb Sutter......... 9-12-0 1961 Herb Sutter......... 10-7-1 1962 Herb Sutter......... 10-6-1 1963 Herb Sutter......... 5-11-1 1964 Herb White.......... 3-15-1 1965 Herb White.......... 2-13-0 1966 Herb White............7-8-0 1967 Ralph Ferraro.........2-8-1 1968 Ralph Ferraro....... 12-9-0 1969 Ralph Ferraro....... 9-10-0 1970 Ralph Ferraro....... 6-14-0 1971 Ralph Ferraro....... 7-13-0

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1972 Ralph Ferraro....... 6-12-2 1973 Ralph Ferraro....... 9-13-0 1974 Ralph Ferraro....... 6-15-0 1975 Ralph Ferraro....... 7-13-0 1976 Ralph Ferraro......11-12-0 1977 Ralph Ferraro....... 5-15-1 1978 Joe Consagra....... 5-18-2 1979 Joe Consagra......10-19-0 1980 Rich Bellini.........14-11-1 1981 Larry Anderson....20-14-0 1982 Larry Anderson....14-24-0 1983 Larry Anderson....13-14-1 1984 Tim Capstraw......10-15-1 1985 Tim Capstraw......11-15-2 1986 Tom Hahne.................. 3-27 1987 Tom Hahne.....11-27 (4-8 NEC) 1988 Tom Hahne.. 12-28-2 (4-8 NEC) 1989 Tom Hahne.. 18-13-0 (5-6 NEC) 1990 Tom Hahne.. 17-15-2 (6-6 NEC) 1991 Tom Hahne.....16-18 (7-8 NEC) 1992 Rich Vitaliano.. 16-22 (12-6 NEC) 1993 Rich Vitaliano... 8-23 (6-14 NEC) 1994 Rich Vitaliano.19-20 (11-10 NEC) 1995 Rich Vitaliano.. 15-30 (9-12 NEC) 1996 Rich Vitaliano.. 14-24 (8-12 NEC) 1997 Rich Vitaliano.17-29-2 (12-9 NEC) 1998 Rich Vitaliano.10-35-1 (4-11 NEC) 1999 Rich Vitaliano.. 20-23 (10-9 NEC)

2000 Joe Litterio..24-30-1 (14-8 NEC) 2001 Joe Litterio..16-30-1 (8-14 NEC) 2002 Joe Litterio.... 10-39 (8-19 NEC) 2003 Joe Littero....11-36 (10-16 NEC) 2004 Joe Litterio...20-29 (12-11 NEC) 2005 Joe Litterio...22-27 (13-10 NEC) 2006 Joe Litterio.... 18-34 (15-9 NEC) 2007 Joe Litterio...17-34 (11-17 NEC) 2008 Joe Litterio...27-28 (17-11 NEC) 2009 Joe Litterio.... 31-21 (17-9 NEC) 2010 Joe Litterio...26-31 (17-15 NEC) Overall .. 776-1140-30 (.406) NEC ............240-258 (.482)

Head Coaches Performances Coach Joe Litterio Herb Sutter Rich Vitaliano Ralph Ferraro Tom Hahne Larry Anderson Tim Capstraw Herb White Joe Consagra Rich Bellini Jeff Safford Hank Majewski Overall NEC 2011 Wagner College Baseball

Record Years 222-339-2 (.396) 11 149-128-7 (.537) 16 120-208-3 (.367) 8 80-134-4 (.376) 11 77-128-4 (.378) 6 47-52-1 (.475) 3 21-30-3 (.417) 2 21-47-2 (.314) 4 15-37-2 (.296) 2 14-11-1 (.558) 1 7-13-0 (.350) 1 3-15-1 (.184) 1 776-1140-30 (.406) 66 240-258 (.482) 24


S I N G L E - S E A S O N Games Played 1. Kevin McDonnell, ‘10....... 57 Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 57 3. Brian Martutartus, ‘10....... 56 Vin Avella, ‘10................. 56 5. Damian Csakai, ‘08........... 55 Chris Drechsel, ‘08........... 55 7. Tommy Higgins, ‘10.......... 54 Seth Boyd, ‘08................ 54 Vin Avella, ‘08................. 54 At-Bats 1. Damian Csakai, ‘08........... 209 2. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 208 3. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 203 4. Kevin McDonnell, ‘10....... 201 5. Damian Csakai, ‘09........... 199 Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 199 7. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 198 8. Brian Martutartus, ‘10....... 196 9. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘06........ 195 10. Matt Mastrianni ‘07........... 194 its H 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 82 2. Joe Francisco, ‘99............ 71 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 69 4. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 68 5. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘06........ 67 6. Damian Csakai, ‘09........... 66 7. Brian Martutartus, ‘10....... 64 Matt Mastrianni, ‘04.......... 64 9. Kevin McDonnell, ‘10....... 63 Brian Martutartus, ‘09....... 63 Runs 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 61 2. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 52 Gil Barkman, ‘00.............. 52 4. Damian Csakai, ‘09........... 51 5. Tommy Mazzola, ‘97.......... 47 Joe Francisco, ‘99........... 46 7. Gil Barkman, ‘99.............. 45 8. Seth Boyd, ‘10................ 42 Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 42 Joe Aquilino, ‘97.............. 42 Mike Taylor, ‘81............... 42 Batting Average 1. Joe Francisco, ‘99........... .436 (42 Games) 2. Bob Marronaro, ‘85.......... .431 (28 Games) 3. Jack Scholz, ‘93.............. .418 (31 games) 4. Joe Murphy, ‘85.............. .407 (28 Games) 5. Mike Venezia, ‘89............. .406 (31 games) 6. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... .404

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(53 games) 7. Tom Hennig, ‘87.............. .402 (35 games) 8. Jared Gruccio, ‘09............ .394 (45 games) 9. Joe Francsco, ‘98............. .393 (42 games) 10. Curt Blefary, ‘62.............. .388 (26 games) Runs Batted In 1. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 60 2. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 56 3. Vin Avella, ‘09................. 48 Gil Barkman, ‘99.............. 48 5. Gil Barkman, ‘00.............. 47 6. John Spinelli, ‘99............. 43 7. John Spinelli, ‘00............. 42 8. John VonAhnen, ‘85.......... 42 9. Chris Dick, ‘02................. 40 10. Dean Esposito, ‘90............ 39 Doubles 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 28 2. Joe Aquilino, ‘97.............. 21 3. Nick Papa, ‘04................. 19 Mike Cerminaro, 01........... 19 5. Brian Martutartus, ‘10....... 18 6. Vin Avella, 10.................. 16 7. Seth Boyd, ‘09................ 15 Troy Sogluizzo, ‘05........... 15 Bobby Weiss, ‘00.............. 15 Triples 1. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 6 2. Nick Papa, ‘04................. 5 3. Brian Martutartus, ‘09....... 4 Nick Papa, ‘03................. 4 Gil Barkman. ‘00.............. 4 Gil Barkman, ‘98.............. 4 John White, ‘91............... 4 Mike Venezia, ‘89............. 4 Mike Venezia, ‘88............. 4 Joe Murphy, ‘85............... 4 Dan Cugini, ‘81................ 4 Curt Blefary, ‘62.............. 4 Home Runs 1. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 17 2. Vin Avella, ‘09................. 16 3. Joe Murphy, ‘84............... 12 4. Gil Barkman, ‘99.............. 11 John Spinelli, ‘99............ 11 6. Vin Avella, ‘08................. 10 Chris Dick, ‘03................. 10 Chris Dick, ‘02................. 10 Dave Noriega, ‘87............. 10

1. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 9 Bob Weiss, ‘97................. 9 Bob Maranaro, ‘83............ 9 4. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 8 Damian Csakai, ‘09........... 8 Paul Marco, ‘96................ 8 7. Dan Cugini, ‘78................ 7 Walks 1. Mike Venezia, ‘88............ 41 2. Joe Murphy, ‘85.............. 35 3. Mike Venezia, ‘89............. 34 4. Dean Esposito, ‘92............ 32 Mike Venezia, ‘90............. 32 6. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 31 Vin Avella, ‘09................. 31 Joe Agnello, ‘02............... 31 Jamie Scholz, ‘00............. 31 10. Bob Maranaro, ‘85........... 30 Strikeouts 1. Kevin McDonnell, ‘07....... 57 2. Vin Avella, ‘09................. 56 3. Anthony Gioiello, ‘02......... 50 4. Ed Sudol, ‘07.................. 47 5. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 45 6. Ed Sudol, ‘06.................. 44 Joe Malfettano, ‘05.......... 44 Stolen Bases 1. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 41 2. Damian Csakai, ‘09........... 37 3. Damian Csakai, ‘08........... 33 Joe Francisco, ‘97............ 33 5. Joe Francisco, ‘99............ 30 6. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 29 7. Joe Francisco, ‘98............ 27 8. Damian Csakai, ‘07........... 21 Joey DiGeronimo, ‘06........ 21 Paul Kurella, ‘00.............. 21 Hit by Pitch 1. Damian Csakai, ‘10........... 17 2. Jack Scholz, ‘93............... 15 3. Damian Csakai, ‘07........... 14 John Spinelli, ‘00............. 14 5. Jared Gruccio, ‘09............ 13 6. Joe Malfettano, ‘05.......... 12 7. Paul Braun, ‘94................ 11 Jack Scholz, ‘92............... 11 9. Jared Gruccio, ‘10............ 10

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Putouts 1. Vin Avella, ‘10................. 450 2. Vin Avella, ‘08................. 441 3. Vin Avella, ‘09................. 419 4. Chris Dick, ‘04................. 367 5. Chris Dick, ‘03................. 341 6. Jamie Scholz, ‘00............. 323 7. Chris Dick, ‘02................. 308 8. Chris Drechsel, ‘08........... 300 9. Mike Picarello, ‘06............ 299 10. Dan Cugini, ‘81................ 279 Assists 1. Brian Martutartus, ‘09....... 171 2. Brian Martutartus, ‘10....... 166 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘07........ 157 4. Bryan Distefano, ‘01.......... 144 5. Andy DiOrio, ‘95.............. 142 6. Brian Martutartus, ‘08....... 141 7. Mike Cerminaro, ‘00.......... 136 8. Joe Malfettano, ‘04.......... 132 9. Mike Cerminaro, ‘99.......... 127 10. Ken Arnold, ‘88................ 125 Errors 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98.......... 25 2. Charlie Mirailh, ‘94........... 25 3. Brian Martutartus, ‘08....... 23 Charlie Mirailh, ‘91........... 23 5. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04........ 21

Mark Nugent, ‘97............. 5 Brian O’Neill, ‘95............. 5 Randy Chirumbolo, ‘93....... 5 Bruce Wilson, ‘62............. 5 Bruce Wilson, ‘60............. 5 Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘52........ 5

Pitching Appearances 1. David Rees, ‘10.............. 30 2. Andrew Huebner, ‘09......... 26 Dan Lanzano, ‘06............. 26 Chris Pariseau, ‘00............ 26 5. David Rees, ‘09.............. 25 6. Kevin Rush, ‘09................ 23 Chris Pariseau, ‘99............ 23 8. Andrew Huebner, ‘08......... 22 Kevin Rush, ‘08................ 21 10. Ian Karlsson, ‘09.............. 20

Earned Runs Allowed 1. John Crowley, ‘02............. 72 2. Mike Windstein, ‘02.......... 61 3. Matt Watson, ‘10.............. 60 4. Rob Kostic, ‘02................ 57 5. Mike D’Angelis, ‘06........... 55 6. Mike Forthofer, ‘98........... 53 7. John Gregg, ‘00............... 52 Juston Lucas, 00.............. 52 Hits Allowed 1. Matt Watson, ‘10.............. 102 2. John Crowley, ‘02............. 100 3. Rob Kostic, ‘02................ 97 Mike Windstein, ‘02.......... 96 5. Mike Forthofer, ‘98........... 95 6. Justin Lucas, ‘00.............. 92 7. Joe Doyle, ‘97................. 92 James Murphy, ‘81............ 92

Games Started 1. Matt Watson, ‘10.............. 14 Joe Testa, ‘06................. 14 Juston Lucas, ‘00............. 14 4. Joe Testa, ‘08................. 13 Andrew Bailey, ‘04............ 13 Mike Forthofer, ‘99........... 13 Complete Games 1. Joe Doyle, ‘97................. 8 2. Joe Doyle, ‘96................. 7 Randy Chirumbolo, ‘94....... 7 4. Mike McTamney, ‘05.......... 6 Don Finley, ‘53................ 6 6. Joe Testa, ‘07................. 5 Joe Testa, ‘06................. 5 Andrew Bailey, ‘04............ 5

Innings Pitched 1. Joe Testa, ‘08................. 91.0 2. Joe Testa, ‘06................. 88.1 3. Don Finley, ‘53................ 86.2 4. Don Finley, ‘52................ 82.1 5. James Murphy, ‘81............ 81.2 6. Joe Testa, ‘07................. 80.2 7. Justin Lucas, ‘00.............. 79.0 8. Matt Watson, ‘10.............. 78.1 9. Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘51........ 77.0 10. Andrew Bailey, ‘04............ 76.1 Runs Allowed 1. John Crowley, ‘02............. 81 2. Mike Windstein, ‘02.......... 79 3. Mike Forthofer, ‘98........... 78 4. Rob Kostic, ‘02................ 75 5. Matt Watson, ‘10.............. 73 6. John Gregg, ‘00............... 70 7. Mike D’Angelis, ‘06........... 69 8. Joe Kraljev, ‘00............... 63 Joe Doyle, ‘98................. 63 10. Tom Capstraw, ‘81............ 61

Walks 1. Don Finley, ‘52................ 54 2. James Murphy, ‘81............ 49 Don Finley, ‘53................ 49 4. Bruce Wilson, ‘60............. 46 5. Mike D’Angelis, ‘06........... 44 Mark Nugent, ‘98............. 44 7. Earl Jewett, ‘88............... 43 Jesse Foote, ‘85.............. 43

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Strikeouts 1. Joe Testa, ‘06................. 98 2. Andrew Bailey, ‘04............ 84 3. Joe Testa, ‘07................. 82 4. Joe Testa, ‘08................. 80 5. Harry Nelson, ‘64............. 79 6. Mike McTamney, ‘04.......... 73 7. Bruce Wilson, ‘62............. 69 8. Pat McAlarney, ‘78............ 67 9. Mike McTamney, ‘05.......... 66 Jim Morio, ‘62................. 66 Wins 1. Bill Willetts, ‘48............... 10 2. Matt Watson, ‘09.............. 9 3. Kyle Morrison, ‘09............ 8 James Murphy, ‘81............ 8 5. Joe Testa, ‘08................. 7 Joe Testa, ‘06................. 7 Justin Lucas, ‘00.............. 7 Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘51........ 7 Don Finley, ‘53................ 7 10. Mike McTamney, ‘05.......... 6 Andrew Bailey, ‘04............ 6 Mark Nugent, ‘97............. 6 Joe Doyle, ‘97................. 6 Clem Bosco, ‘54............... 6 Losses 1. Mike D’Angelis, ‘06........... 10 2. John Crowley, ‘02............. 9 3. Rob Kostic, ‘02................ 8 Mike Windstein, ‘02.......... 8 Joe Doyle, ‘98................. 8 Saves 1. Andrew Huebner, ‘09......... 13 2. Andrew Huebner, ‘08......... 11 3. Chris Pariseau, ‘00............ 7 4. David Rees, ‘10.............. 6 Ian Karlsson, ‘10.............. 6 Chris Pariseau, ‘99............ 6 7. Don Croce, ‘91................ 5 8. Dan Lanzano, ‘06............. 4 Earl Jewett, ‘89............... 4 Lowest Earned Run Average 1. Don Finley, ‘53................ 1.03 2. Brian O’Neill, ‘94............. 1.16 3. William Thompson, ‘67...... 1.29 Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘51........ 1.29 5. Murray Resnick, ‘53........... 1.32 6. Clem Bosco, ‘53............... 1.32 7. Don Finley, ‘51................ 1.60 8. Harry Nelson, ‘64............. 1.66 9. Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘49........ 1.85 10. Ron Thomas, ‘66.............. 1.92


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Games Played 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 212 2. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 211 3. Chris Drechsel, ‘06-’09....... 193 4. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 191 5. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 186 6. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 182 7. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 179 8. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 176 9. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 175 Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 175

4. Dean Esposito, ‘89-’92....... 123 3 35. John White, ‘89-’91.......... 119 Len Cancelleri, ‘86-’89...... 119 37. Jack Scholz, ‘89-93........... 116 38. Keith Bolognese, ‘91-’94..... 115 39. Kevin Rugg, ‘97-’00........... 114 40. Tom Hennig, ‘85-’88.......... 107 41. Joe Murphy, ‘83-’85.......... 106 42. Tommy Mazzola, ‘96-’97..... 102 43. Mike Lepre, ‘92-’95........... 101 44. Gordon Rugg, ‘96-’98........ 100

At-Bats 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 761 2. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 748 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 707 4. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 651 5. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-‘07..... 642 6. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 624 7. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 619 8. Chris Drechsel, ‘06-’09....... 604 9. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 575 10. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 568

Runs 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 162 2. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 140 3. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 134 4. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 133 5. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 117 Joe Francisco, ‘97-’99....... 117 Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 117 8. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 113 9. Mike Venezia, ‘87-’90........ 112 10. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 108 Batting Avg. (min. 250 AB) 1. Joe Murphy, ‘83-’85.......... .380 2. Joe Francisco, ‘97-’99....... .374 3. Jack Scholz, ‘91-’93.......... .350 John Von Ahnen, ‘82-’85..... .350 5. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... .349 Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... .344 7. John White, ‘89-91........... .343 Mike Venezia, ‘87-’90........ .343 9. Harold Brantley, ‘80-’83..... .338 10. Troy Sogluizzo, ‘03-’05....... .336

Hits (100-Hit Club) 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 235 2. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 229 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 219 4. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 214 5. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 202 6. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 201 Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 201 8. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 188 9. Chris Drechsel, ‘06-’09....... 166 Joe Francisco, ‘97-’99....... 166 11. Brian Martutartus, ‘08-’10.. 161 12. Pete DiStefano, ‘94-’97...... 157 13. Seth Boyd, ‘08-pres......... 153 Kevin McDonnell, ‘07-pres. 153 15. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 152 Bryan Distefano, ‘00-’03..... 152 17. Ed Sudol, ‘04-’07............. 148 Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 148 19. John VonAhnen, ‘82-’85..... 144 20. Troy Sogluizzo, ‘03-05........ 143 21. Andy DiOrio, ‘92-’95......... 138 Brent Harvie, ‘89-’92........ 138 Harold Brantley, ‘80-’83..... 138 24. Mike Venezia, ‘87-’90........ 137 25. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 130 John Spinelli, ‘97-’00........ 130 Charlie Mirailh, ‘91-’94...... 130 28. Bobby Weiss, ‘97-’00......... 129 29. .................................. Jon Lucas, ‘08-pres..................... 128 Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 128 31. Todd Rutman ‘85-’88......... 127 32. Billy Curatolo, ‘88-’91....... 126 33. Michael Taylor, ‘81-’83....... 124

Runs Batted In 1. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 161 2. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 147 3. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 146 4. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 125 5. John VonAhnen, ‘82-’85..... 118 6. Dean Esposito, ‘89-’92....... 110 Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 105 8. John Spinelli, ‘97-’00........ 101 9. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’99......... 99 10. Brent Harvie, ‘89-’92........ 98 Doubles 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 66 2. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 52 3. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 47 4. Brian Martutartus, ‘08-’10.. 37 Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 37 Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 36 7. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 35 Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 35 9. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 33 10. Seth Boyd, ‘08-pres......... 32

Triples 1. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 13 2. Mike Venezia, ‘87-’90........ 11 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 8 Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 8 Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 8 Andy DiOrio, ‘92-’95......... 8 7. Brian Martutarus, ‘08-’10.... 7 John VonAhnen, ‘82-’85..... 7 9. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 6 John White, ‘89-’91.......... 6 Harold Brantley, ‘80-’83..... 6 Home Runs 1. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 50 2. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 32 3. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’00......... 31 4. John VonAhnen, ‘82-’85..... 30 5. Joe Murphy, ‘83-’85.......... 28 6. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 26 7. Dean Esposito, ‘89-92........ 24 8. John Spinelli, ‘97-’00........ 22 9. Mike Cerminaro, ‘97-’00..... 21 10. Mike Taylor, ‘81-’83........... 17 Walks 1. Mike Venezia, ‘87-’90........ 129 2. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 85 3. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 84 4. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 79 Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 79 6. Dean Esposito, ‘89-’92....... 72 7. Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 68 Joe Murphy, ‘83-’85.......... 68 9. Brent Harvie, ‘89-’92........ 64 10. Pete DiStefano, ‘94-’97...... 63 Strikeouts 1. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 172 2. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 137 3. Ed Sudol, ‘04-’07............. 133 4. Kevin McDonnell, ‘07-pres. 130 5. Matt Mastrianni, ‘04-’07..... 122 6. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 113 7. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 110 8. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 99 9. John Spinelli, ‘98-’00........ 96 10. Anthony Gioielli, ‘02-’05.... 95 tolen Bases S 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 132 2. Joe Francisco, ‘97-’99....... 90 3. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 73 4. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 55 5. Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 43 6. Brian Martutartus, ‘08-pres..39 7. Bryan Distefano, ‘00-’03..... 36 8. Drew Kelly, ‘61-’64........... 32 9. Al Frolander, ‘49-’52......... 29

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Hit by Pitches 1. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 43 2. Jack Scholz, ‘89-’93.......... 32 3. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 28 4. Chris Drechsel, ‘06-’09....... 27 5. John Spinelli, ‘97-’00........ 26 6. Bryan Distefano, ‘00-’03 .... 25 7. Nick Papa, ‘03-’06............ 24 8. Jared Gruccio, ‘08-’10....... 23 9. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 20 10. Paul Kurella, ‘98-’01......... 19

Games Started 1. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 44 2. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 43 3. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 39 4. Andrew Bailey, ‘03-’06....... 35 5. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 33 6. Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 33 7. Kyle Morrison, ‘07-’09....... 32 8. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 31 Mark Nugent, ‘95-’98......... 31 Steve Mineo, ‘87-’90......... 31

Putouts 1. Vin Avella, ‘07-’10............ 1470 2. Chris Dick, ‘00-’04............ 1039 3. Chris Drechsel, ‘06-’09....... 895 4. Jamie Scholz, ‘98-’01........ 827 5. Dean Esposito, ‘89-’92....... 689 6. Mike Picarello, ‘03-’06....... 669 7. Kevin Rugg, ‘98-’00........... 526 8. Zach Fazio, ‘00-’03........... 525 9. Damian Csakai, ‘07-’10...... 505 10. Dan Cugini, ‘78-’81........... 482 Assists 1. Brian Martutartus, ‘08-’10.. 478 2. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 470 3. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 432 4. Joe Malfettano, ‘03-’06...... 422 5. Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 402 6. Charlie Mirailh, ‘91-’94...... 373 7. Andy DiOrio, ‘92-’95......... 364 8. Seth Boyd, ‘08-pres......... 309 9. Billy Curatolo, ‘88-’91....... 285 10. Bobby Weiss, ‘98-’01......... 249

Complete Games 1. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 19 2. Randy Chirumbolo, ‘91-’94.. 15 Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 15 4. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 14 Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘49-’52... 14 6. Bruce Wilson, ‘60-’62........ 13 Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 13 8. Mark Nugent, ‘95-’98......... 10 Jason Tuthill, ‘93-’96......... 10 10. Andrew Bailey, ‘03-’06....... 9 Brian O’Neill, ‘92-’95........ 9

Errors 1. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 76 2. Charlie Mirailh, ‘91-’94...... 75 3. Mike Cerminaro, ‘98-’01..... 60 4. Kane Furst, ‘02-’05........... 59 Billy Curatolo, ‘88-’91....... 59 6. Ken Arnold, ‘88-’91........... 54 7. Brian Martutartus, ‘08-’10.. 50 8. Joey DiGeronimo, ‘04-’07... 49 9. Bobby Weiss, ‘97-’00......... 42 10. Gil Barkman, ‘97-’99......... 41

Runs Allowed 1. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 218 2. Rob Kostic, ‘01-’04........... 203 3. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 198 4. John Gregg, ‘97-’01.......... 190 5. John Crowley, ‘01-’05........ 173

Pitching Appearances 1. Chris Pariseau, ‘97-’00....... 79 2. Kevin Rush, ‘06-’09........... 78 3. Andrew Huebner, ‘06-’09.... 75 4. David Rees, ‘08-pres........ 63 5. Mike D’Angelis, ‘03-’06...... 59 6. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 58 7. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 57 John Gregg, ‘97-’01.......... 57 9. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 54 John Crowley, ‘02-’05........ 54

Innings Pitched 1. Joe Testa, ‘05-pres.............. 2. Don Finley, ‘50-’53............... 3. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05......... 4. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10............ 5. Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘49-’52...... 6. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............... 7. Andrew Bailey, ‘03-’06.......... 8. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03......... Steve Mineo, ‘87-’90............ 10. Pat McAlarney, ‘78-’80..........

300.0 282.0 256.2 249.0 238.0 233.2 219.1 215.1 212.1 198.2

Earned Runs Allowed 1. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 181 2. Rob Kostic, ‘01-’04........... 166 3. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 151 4. John Gregg, ‘97-’01.......... 142 5. Mike D’Angelis, ‘03-’06...... 139 6. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 138 7. John Crowley, ‘01-’05........ 134 8. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 133 9. Jon Polonitza, ‘01-’05........ 128 10. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 125 Hits Allowed 1. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 311 2. Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 306 3. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 295 4. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 284

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5. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 283 Walks 1. Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 152 2. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 131 3. Mike D’Angelis, ‘03-’06...... 121 4. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 113 5. Mark Nugent, ‘95-’98......... 111 Strikeouts 1. Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 308 2. Andrew Bailey, ‘03-’06....... 237 3. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 229 4. Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 207 5. Bruce Wilson, ‘60-’62........ 182 6. Jim Moris, ‘60-’63............ 174 7. Mike D’Angelis, ‘03-’06...... 167 8. Pat McAlarney, ‘78-’80....... 161 9. Mark Nugent, ‘95-’98......... 154 10. Kyle Morrison, ‘07-’09 ....... 147 Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 147 Wins 1. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 19 Joe Testa, ‘05-’08............ 19 Bill Willetts, ‘46-’48.......... 19 Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 19 5. Mike McTamney, ‘02-’05..... 17 6. Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘49-’52... 16 7. Kyle Morrison, ‘07-’09....... 15 8. Andrew Bailey, ‘03-’06....... 14 9. Mark Nugent, ‘95-’98......... 13 10. Dean Esposito, ‘89-’92....... 12 George Gagliardi, ‘89-’92... 12 Frank Rizzuto, ‘80-’83....... 12 Game Lost 1. Mike D’Angelis, ‘03-’06...... 23 2. Joe Doyle, ‘95-’98............ 22 3. Matt Watson, ‘07-’10......... 19 4. Steve Mineo, ‘87-’90......... 18 Tim Capstraw, ‘79-’82........ 18 Mike Windstein, ‘00-’03..... 18 Rob Kostic, ‘01-’04........... 18 Saves 1. Andrew Huebner, ‘06-’09.... 25 2. Chris Pariseau, ‘97-’00....... 13 3. David Rees, ‘08-pres........ 7 4. Ian Karlsson, ‘08-’10......... 6 Don Croce, ‘88-’91........... 6 Lowest Earned Run Average 1. Don Finley, ‘50-’53........... 1.91 2. Ziggy Wachsmuth, ‘49-’52... 2.08 3. Bruce Wilson, ‘60-’62........ 3.12 4. Harry Nelson, ‘62-’64........ 3.15 5. Jim Morio, ‘61-’63............ 3.29


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