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QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Home Field: Capacity: Dimentions: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletics Phone: Athletics Fax:

Pace University Pleasantville, NY 1906 13,463 Setters Navy and Gold Peter X. Finnerty Field 500 Left (310'); Center (390'); Right (330') NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Stephen J. Friedman (Princeton ‘59) Joseph F. O'Donnell (LaSalle '65) (914) 773-3411 (914) 773-3491

HISTORY

First Year: All-Time Record: No. yrs. in CWS/Last: Most Wins in a Season: Last postseason opponent: Result:

1948 819-955-11 (61 Years) N/A 34 (2006) So. Connecticut, NE10 Tournament, 2008 L, 6-1

SPORTS INFORMATION

Sports Information Director: SID E-mail: SID Office Phone: SID Fax: Sports Information Assistant: SID Mailing Address: Athletics Website:

John Tagliaferri jtagliaferri@pace.edu (914) 773-3888 (914) 773-3491 Matt Farhadi 861 Bedford Road Goldstein Fitness Center Pleasantville, NY 10570 pacesettersathletics.com

SPORTS MEDICINE Head Athletics Trainer: Assistant Athletics Trainer: Graduate Assistant Trainer: Team Physician: Sports Medicine Phone: Sports Medicine Fax:

Barry Moriarty Dana Wasserman Lorisha Raynor Dr. Lester Mayers (914) 773-3887 (914) 773-3445

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Associate A.D./Operations: Mike Winn Asst. AD Compliance: Jayson Smikle Faculty Athletics Representative: Mike Ulinski Equipment Manager: Now-Allah James Assistant Equipment Manager: Dave Carty Director of Facilities/Intramurals: JR Pouncey Business Manager/SWA: Michelle Tozzi Marketing/Promotions: Anthony Ramos Athletics Administrative Asst: Adrienne Sanchez

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Record at Pace: Baseball Office Phone: Baseball Fax: Assistant Coaches:

Henry Manning (Pace ‘90) 183-217-1 (Eight Seasons) (914) 773-3413 (914) 773-3441 Trevor Brown (8th Season) Pete Raimondi (3rd Season)

TEAM INFORMATION

Overall record last year: Home Record: Away Record: Neutral Site Record: Position Starters returning/lost: Pitchers returning/lost: Letterwinners returning/lost:

31-23 13-7 15-13 3-3 4/4 10/3 21/9

2009 PREVIEW

T OP P OSITION P LAYERS R ETURNING : 4 No. Player AVG HR RBI 2 Andre Liscinsky .303 0 24 14 Vinny Dammann .325 2 26 6 Chris Spatkowski .297 1 14 12 Joe Cotone .250 1 27

R 35 23 13 20

SB 13 7 6 3

T OP S TARTING P ITCHERS No. Player 7 Zach Dayton 23 Mackenzie King 26 Nicholas DeMeo 17 Mike Mastrogiovanni

4 ERA 2.36 1.88 2.64 3.66

SO 54 80 33 27

SV 0 3 0 0

ERA 2.91 1.93 1.93

SO 28 24 14

SV 2 4 0

R ETURNING : W-L IP 4-4 72.1 3-3 52.2 4-2 47.2 1-1 32.0

T OP R ELIEVERS R ETURNING : 3 No. Player W-L 32 Frank Luongo 2-0 28 Mike Sciarretta 1-1 37 Michael Franza 0-2

IP 34.0 28.0 9.1

CREDITS: The Pace University 2009 Baseball Media Guide was written, designed and published by Sports Information Director John Tagliaferri. Additional editing and layout done by Matt Farhadi, Sports Information Assistant. Head shots and action shot taken by Dave Hahn, CSI:Photo. Printing by Narragansett Graphics.


DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS TO PLEASANTVILLE CAMPUS BY AUTO VIA Taconic Parkway - Northbound

Take the first exit off of the Taconic Parkway "RTE. 117 PLEASANTVILLE." At the end of the exit ramp, go through the light into entrance 1 and follow the sign to entrance 2. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

VIA Taconic Parkway - Southbound

Exit at Pleasantville Road/Pleasantville. Turn left at the end of the exit (Pleasantville Road); Proceed about two miles to Rt. 117. Turn right onto Rt. 117 and travel about 2/10 of a mile. Bear right to remain on Rt. 117. Continue on Rt. 117 (Bedford Road) - Pace's entrance #2 will be 1/2 a mile on your right. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

VIA Saw Mill Parkway - Northbound

Take Exit 28 - Manville Road/Pleasantville. Turn left onto Rt. 117 (Bedford Road) - Pace's entrance #2 will be 1/2 a mile on your right. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

From Tappan Zee Bridge

Take the Merritt Parkway, I-95 or I-684 south to I-287 west. Take I-287 WEST to Exit 3 "Sprain Brook Parkway." Once on the exit ramp, bear left onto Sprain Parkway NORTH. The Sprain Parkway will become the Taconic Parkway. Proceed as directed from Taconic Parkway - Northbound directions above.

After the tolls - Take EXIT 8A - Rte 119/SawMill Parkway NORTH/Elmsford - Bear right on exit ramp for Rte 119. Turn left at the traffic light and proceed to Route 9A. Turn left onto Route 9A North and follow for approximately six (6) miles. Left exit at Route 117/Pleasantville Exit. At the end of the exit ramp, make a right onto Rt. 117. Drive 2/10 of a mile and Entrance #1 will be on your left, and follow the sign to entrance 2. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

From Tappan Zee Bridge

From George Washington Bridge

From New England

After the tolls - Take EXIT 8A - Rte 119/SawMill Parkway NORTH/Elmsford. Bear left on the exit ramp for Saw Mill Parkway North. Proceed as directed from Saw Mill Parkway - Northbound directions above.

From George Washington Bridge

Take I-87 New York State Thruway North. Follow to Saw Mill Parkway North/Rte 119 Proceed as directed from Saw Mill Parkway - Northbound directions above.

BY BUS

From New England

Take the I-95 or I-684 south to I-287 west. Take I-287 WEST to Exit 2 - ROUTE 9A. Make a right turn onto 9A and follow for approximately six (6) miles. Left exit at Route 117/Pleasantville Exit. At the end of the exit ramp, make a right onto Rt. 117. Drive 2/10 of a mile and Entrance #1 will be on your left, and follow the sign to entrance 2. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

Take I-87 New York State Thruway North. Follow to Saw Mill Parkway/Rte. 119 - Bear Right onto Rte. 119 exit. Turn left at the end of the exit and proceed to Route 9A. Turn left onto Route 9A North and follow for approximately six (6) miles. Left exit at Route 117/Pleasantville Exit. At the end of the exit ramp, make a right onto Rt. 117. Drive 2/10 of a mile and Entrance #1 will be on your left, and follow the sign to entrance 2. Once in entrance 2, drive down a slight hill and stay to the right side of the traffic circle. Continue past Miller Hall and make a right into the parking lot. The baseball field and field house are straight ahead.

BY TRAIN:

Harlem Division of Metro-North - regular local train service from NYC and White Plains.

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MEDIA INFORMATION The 2009 Pace University Baseball Media Guide is a source of information for news media and fans of Pace University Baseball. News releases, photographs and statistics are also available to accredited members of the media upon request. Anyone seeking additional information or requests for interviews must contact the Sports Information Department.

Pace University Athletics Department 861 Bedford Road Goldstein Athletics Center Pleasantville, NY 10570 John Tagliaferri, Sports Information Director Phone: (914) 773-3888 FAX: (914) 773-3491 Email: jtagliaferri@pace.edu

PRINT MEDIA

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Credentials: Please direct all requests for working press credentials to John Tagliaferri, Sports Information Director. All passes may be picked up on game day. Media Services: Media guides, rosters and current statistics will be available prior to the game. A complete NCAA box score will be available after the conclusion of the game. Office telephone and fax machine are available upon request. There are no radio broadcast facilities or phone lines available at the baseball field.

Photographers: Photographers, with proper credentials, are

allowed to shoot a safe distance away from the teams, sidelines and baselines.

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HEAD COACH

HENRY MANNING

Henry Manning, a four-year starter and former captain of the Pace University baseball team, begins his ninth season as the head baseball coach of the Setter program. He took over the head coaching duties in May 2000, one season after returning to his alma mater as the assistant coach. Last season was another successful one for Coach Manning who for the second consecutive season led Pace back to the postseason as the #5 seed in the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament. The Setters finished with a 31-23 record and were 18-12 in the NE-10 in 2008, marking first time in school history the team has posted three straight seasons of 30+ wins. Coach Manning has led the Setters to three of their four 30+ wins seasons in school history with the other 30-win season coming in 1985. In the Northeast-10 Tournament last year, the Setters defeated the #4 seed UMass Lowell 7-1 to advance to the double-elimination Final Four of the tournament. Pace dropped its first game 4-3 to top-seeded Bryant, before being eliminated from the tournament with a 6-1 loss to #2 Southern Connecticut. Manning had two more players drafted into Major League Baseball as Matt Rigoli and First Team All-Conference Jack Cawley

were both selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2008 MLB Draft. Rigoli was taken in the 21st round, while Cawley was selected in the round 34. They join an elite class of former Pace players drafted into the professional ranks, bringing Coach Manning’s total to nine players drafted during his tenure as head coach. Rigoli and Cawley join Matt Arburr (2007 St. Louis Cardinals, 17th round), David Qualben (2006 Houston Astros, 7th round), Bryan Hallberg (2006 Houston Astros, 12th round), Earl Oakes (2006 Oakland Athletics, 24th round), Matt Reilly (2006 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 27th round), Pat Stanley, (2004 Colorado Rockies, 16th Round) and Mike Bohlander (2002 Chicago White Sox, 27th Round) as former Setters under Coach Manning who joined the professional ranks. Prior to coming back to Pace, Manning enjoyed a nine-year professional career in baseball as both a player and coach. As a player, Manning was a catcher in the Chicago White Sox organization from 1991-1995, reaching the AAA level in 1994. He spent half of the 1995 season playing for the Winnipeg Goldeyes in the independent Northern League where he earned All-Star honors. He finished his playing career in 1996 after a brief stint with the Boston Red Sox organization. In 1997, Manning's first coaching job was managing the Johnstown Steal in the Frontier League. There, he guided the team to the best overall record and lost in the championship series. He then spent two years as the Assistant General Manager/Coach of the New Jersey Jackals, where he helped build a team that won the Northern League title in the Jackals' inaugural season. As a Setter, Manning ranks among the all-time leaders in hits, doubles, home runs, RBI and runs scored. As a freshman he led the team with a .373 average, and had his best year in 1988 when he hit .385 with 7 home runs. He played two years in the highly regarded Cape Cod Summer League for the Brewster White Caps ('88) and Chatham A's ('89). Manning holds a BA degree in Mathematics. He and his wife Kristen reside in New Jersey with their daughter Julia and son Matthew.

DID YOU KNOW...? Coach Manning joins Gene Westmoreland as head coaches who have also played at Pace.

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THE COACHES

TREVOR BROWN

PETE RAIMONDI

Trevor Brown begins his seventh season in the Setters' dugout and will serve as the pitching coach for Coach Manning. Brown comes to

Pete Raimondi joins the Setters for his third season as an assistant coach. He will assist in recruiting and fundraising for Pace as well as serving as a

ASSISTANT COACH

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Pleasantville from Washington, D.C. where he spent two seasons as the Georgetown University pitching coach. Prior to his stint at Georgetown, he was the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Eastern Connecticut State University in 1999-2000. Coach Brown has established his pitching staffs as one of the best in the Northeast Region as well as one of the top staffs in nation. Last season, Pace were the statistical champions in the nation in Division II in earned run average and hits per nine innings. His staff posted a 2.62 ERA and a 6.88 hits/nine innings ratio in 2008, while ranking 22nd in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings with a 7.8 K/9 innings ratio. Two of Brown’s starters ranked in the top-10 in the Northeast-10 Conference in ERA with Dustin Corbett leading the NE-10 with a 1.20 ERA and ranking second in the nation in Division II. Corbett would go on to play Independent professional ball after the 2008 season. Brown’s pitching staffs have emerged as one of the best in the Northeast-10 Conference as his pitchers have ranked among the leaders in the conference and in the nation in ERA, strikeouts, and saves. In 2007, Brown’s pitching staff ranked in the top-five in five major pitching categories in the Northeast-10 Conference. The staff ranked second in strikeouts, saves and runners picked off, while finishing third in opposing team’s batting average and fourth in ERA. The team’s 3.53 ERA also ranked 24th in the nation. In 2006, Brown led a staff that ranked 14th in the nation in earned run average, posting a 3.22 mark. Four of Brown’s hurlers went on to be drafted by Major League Baseball, joining Patrick Stanley who joined the MLB ranks in 2005. In 2005, Brown instructed a pitching staff that ranked 2nd in Division II baseball in earned-run-average at 2.50. Brown’s pitching staff also featured three players that ranked nationally in earned-run-average, strikeouts per nine innings and saves. In 2004, Brown’s pitching staff featured a drastic improvement over the past couple of seasons. The team earned-run-average of 4.81 was the lowest at Pace since 1992 and the team registered 321 strikeouts, the most by a Pace pitching staff since 1999. Brown was the head coach and field manager of the Petersburg Generals of the Coastal Plains League in 2003. At the helm of the Generals, his team set the league record for wins in a season and advanced to play in the league championship game. Brown has also managed summer league teams, including the Wellsville Nitros of the New York Collegiate Baseball League and the Manchester Silkworms of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. His professional playing experience includes two seasons in the Western Australian Baseball League and one-year stays with the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs of the Eastern League and the Johnstown Steel of the Frontier League. Brown resides in Branford, Conn. with his wife Jennifer and daughter Bailey.

ASSISTANT COACH

bench coach.

Originally, from Queens N.Y., Coach Raimondi played his high school ball at St. Francis Prep (Alma Mater to Vince Lombardi & Joe Torre), in Brooklyn, N.Y. He continued his playing career at Fordham University and played infield. After a short stint at Fordham, Raimondi played and coached Inter-service ball for the United State Marine Corps, until the Iranian hostage situation forced a mandatory alert status. Upon being discharged from the Marine Corps as a Captain, he then played two years in the industrial semi-pro leagues in Shinagawa, and Ebisu, Japan. Raimondi played summer ball with organizations throughout Long Island, Brooklyn, and Queens including the L.I. Mets and Brooklyn–Queens Silk Sox. Raimondi has coached in many leagues at the high school and summer college level in the Brooklyn-Queens alliances. He has also coached in the ACBL with the NY Generals organization. Raimondi also coached Tier I (“A”) junior hockey within the NY Ranger organization, and won a state championship at the high school level. Raimondi has two sons who both played athletics on the collegiate level; Len, an electrical engineer in New York City, and Pete Jr., a lawyer living in Florida.


2009 SEASON PREVIEW the team in batting average with a

SCHEDULE

.325 average in 42 games played.

The Setters enter their fifth season

Dammann also posted 26 RBIs, 23

as a member of the Northeast-10

runs scored, 41 hits and was a per-

Conference, following their sec-

fect 7-for-7 in stolen bases. He

ond straight NE-10 Tournament

finished the year slugging .444

appearance last season. The

and led the team with a .427 on

Setters were able to beat UMass

base percentage. Flammia played

Lowell in the opening round of the tournament, advancing to the final

four before dropping their first two games in the double-elimination format. Among the Setters main conference competition include NE-10 Tournament and NCAA

Northeast Region Champs

Franklin Pierce University, along

with NCAA participant Southern

Connecticut. The Setters will face a challenging task this season as they will face NCAA Northeast

Tournament participants Dowling

and Caldwell. Coach Manning will lead his Setters to Mississippi to

take on NCAA Tournament participant and perennial southern powerhouse Delta State for a three-

game series in early season action. Pace will also head to Florida dur-

ing their spring break trip clashing with Barry University in a four-

game series. When Pace returns to the Northeast, they will begin the bulk of their conference schedule as well as squaring off against

non-conference foes Dominican, Adelphi, Caldwell and Dowling.

Seniors: Back Row: Denis Alimonti, Zach Dayton, Guiseppe Granitto Front Row: Joe Cotone, Nicholas DeMeo, Eric Brown, Andre Liscinsky

INFIELDERS

The Setters return one of their

mainstays in the middle of the

infield as three-year starter and

senior Andre Liscinsky will anchor the defense at shortstop. Liscinsky comes off a solid junior season,

where he finished third with a .303 batting average, while adding 64 hits, 35 runs scored, 25 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 50 games

played. At second base, Coach Manning will turn to junior JJ

Conrad, who started 33 of the 39

games played last season. He batted .229 with 16 runs scored and

eight stolen bases. At the corners, junior Vinny Dammann will step in as the primary starter at first

base, while sophomore Laurence

Flammia will move into a starting role at third. Dammann looks to

continue his solid play from a year ago, where he finished second on

in only 15 games last season, but posted a .273 average with six

runs scored and five RBIs. The Setters have good experienced infield depth as senior Denis

Alimonti’s versatility will give

Coach Manning a viable option at

any infield position. Junior Jimmy Frost and sophomore Kenny

Wright will also see playing time at first base and designated hitter

this season. Among the newcomers, Kyle Turnier, Mike Ligouri,

Chris Roemer and Tyler Hart will give Coach Manning plenty of viable options in the infield. OUTFIELDERS

Senior Joe Cotone returns for his

second season with the Setters as the primary right fielder. Cotone

batted .250 in 2008 with 27 RBIs, 20 runs scored, while leading the

team with 13 doubles in 51 games played. In center, junior Chris

Spatkowski steps into a starting

role as solid and speedy defender. Spatkowski had his 2008 season

cut short due to injury, but batted .297 with 14 RBIs and 13 runs

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW scored in 28 games played. He was

Coach Manning will look to over-

27 batters in 32 innings pitched in

department. Junior Mike Torello

pitchers in Pace history as First

in nine games, finishing with a 2-3

also 6-for-8 in the stolen bases

comes off a solid summer off-sea-

son to move into a starting role in

left field for the Setters this season.

Torello played in 22 games in 2008, finishing with a .255 batting average along with seven runs scored and three RBIs. Coach Manning

brought in a pair of outstanding outfielders as Patrick Chaputian and

Ryan McKeown will be expected to contribute immediately to the program. Chaputian has a strong arm

for an outfielder, while McKeown

will bring his speed to the Setters’ lineup as well as defensively this season.

CATCHERS

The Setters will look to overcome

the loss of Northeast-10 Conference and All-Region selection Jack

Cawley as Coach Manning will

look to a young group at the position. Junior Brian Kraminitz is

Team All NE-10 and All-Region

starting pitcher Dustin Corbett to

graduation. Corbett finished as the all-time leader in school history in strikeouts and innings pitched.,

while finishing second in victories.

Senior Zach Dayton will look to fill the void as he comes off a solid

catcher, providing solid defensive depth to the position.

PITCHERS

Senior Eric Brown returns from offseason surgery and will be expected to contribute in a starting role and out of the bullpen as well. Brown

had a 1-1 record in 13 appearances with a 3.97 ERA and 11 strikeouts

out of the bullpen as junior Frank

struck out 54 batters in 72.1 innings

pitched. Classmate Nicholas DeMeo will also be one of the Setters’ top

starters this season, after posting 4-2 record in 2008. He pitched in 11

games, starting nine, posting a 2.64 ERA along with 33 strikeouts in 47.2 innings pitched. Junior

Mackenzie King will move from the bullpen to the starting rotation this season following an outstanding 2008 campaign. King earned

Manning will have plenty of options Luongo and sophomore Mike

Sciarretta will be the top relievers

for the Setters this season. Luongo appeared in 19 games last season,

posting a 2-0 record and two saves with a 2.91 ERA and 28 strikeouts

in 34 innings pitched. Sciarretta set the school freshman record with

four saves, along with a 1-1 record and a 1.93 ERA. He struck out 24 batters in 28 innings pitched last

season. Transfer Guiseppe Granitto

Second Team NE-10 All-

will be another hard-thrower and

3-3 record and three saves with a

this season. Newcomers Michael

1.88 ERA, while leading the team

Sterlacci will both see action at

strikeouts in 26.2 innings pitched.

while posting a 2.36 ERA and

games, finishing with a 4-4 record,

seeing action in 18 games last seaalong with newcomer Steve

record and a 4.72 ERA with 10

in 22.2 innings pitched. Coach

Conference honors after posting a

son. Sophomore Michael Rodriguez

nine appearances. DePaola appeared

2008 season. Dayton started 11

expected to step into the starting

role for the Setters this season after

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come the loss of one of the top

with 80 strikeouts in 52.2 innings pitched. Juniors Michael

Mastrogiovanni and Salvatore

DePaola will also see action in the starting rotation this season.

Mastrogiovanni posted a 1-1 record and a 3.66 ERA, while striking out

will play a key role out of the pen Tamburino, John Barbieri and

Steven D’Angelo are all expected to contribute to the Setters this season


PACE BASEBALL AWARD WINNERS PACE MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Jack Cawley 2007-08 David Qualben, 2004-05 (Co-) Matt Reilly, 2004-05 (Co-) Patrick Stanley, 2003-04 Frank Chibbaro, 1994-95 Gary Collum, 1992-93 Joe Kesselmark, 1985-86 Vincent Soreca, 1980-81 Frank Calderone, 1974-75 PACE LETTERWINNER OF THE YEAR Mike Dieguez, 1992-93 Henry Manning, 1989-90 Pat Jermyn, 1986-87 PACE MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH Matt Arburr, May 2005 David Quablen, April 2005 Mike Bohlander, May 2002 Mike Bohlander, April 2002 (co-) Doug Hehner, April 2002 (co-) Steve Martino, May 2001 Frank Chibbaro (2), 1995 Rob Zachmann, 1995 Tom Raymond, 1994 Gary Collum, 1993 Brian Ferraro, 1993 Dan Kreuder, 1987 Joe Kesselmark, 1986 Pat Jermyn, 1985 Sam Smith, 1968 MVP: Pete Capello, 1984 NORTHEAST-10 ALL- CONFERENCE TEAM Jack Cawley 2008 (1st Team) Dustin Corbett 2008 (1st Team) Mackenzie King 2008 (2nd Team) Matt Arburr 2007 (1st Team) Jack Cawley 2007 (1st Team) Dustin Corbett 2007 (2nd Team) Matt Arburr, 2006 (1st Team) Jack Cawley, 2006 (1st Team) Earl Oakes, 2006 (2nd Team) David Qualben, 2006 (2nd Team) David Qualben, 2005 (1st Team) Ted Mullen, 2005 (2nd Team) Earl Oakes, 2005 (2nd Team) Matt Reilly, 2005 (3rd Team) NORTHEAST-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Neil Ross, 2008 (1) Matt Arburr, 2007 (1) NORTHEAST-10 PITCHER OF THE WEEK Dustin Corbett, 2008 (1) Kevin Vieira, 2008 (1) NORTHEAST-10 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Matt Arburr, 2005 NORTHEAST-10 WEEKLY HONOR ROLL Jack Cawley, 2008 (7) Dustin Corbett, 2008 (4) Joe Cotone, 2008 (1) Vinny Dammann, 2008 (3) Andre Liscinsky, 2008 (2) Mackenzie King, 2008 (2) Matt Arburr, 2007 (2) Joe Barracato, 2007 (2) Chris Brown, 2007 (1) Jack Cawley, 2007 (5) Dustin Corbett, 2007 (4) Zach Dayton, 2007 (2) Angelo Fusaro, 2007 (1) Adam Harwood, 2007 (2) Mackenzie King, 2007 (1) Andre Liscinsky, 2007 (2) Ted Mullen, 2007 (2) Matt Arburr, 2006 (2) David Qualben, 2006 (2) Matt Castellano, 2006 (1) Jack Cawley, 2006 (1) Bryan Hallberg, 2006 (1) Earl Oakes, 2006 (1) David Qualben, 2005 (4) Matt Reilly, 2005 (2) Matt Arburr, 2005 (1) Jared Monti, 2005 (1) Ted Mullen, 2005 (1) Mike Pahira, 2005 (1) Robert Van Riper, 2005 (1) NORTHEAST-10 All-ACADEMIC TEAM Chris Brown 2008 (1st Team) Vinny Dammann 2008 (1st Team) Matt Arburr 2007 (1st Team) Chris Brown 2007 (1st Team) Ted Mullen 2007 (1st Team) Bryan Hallberg 2006 (1st Team) CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Patrick Stanley, 2003-04 GTE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM: Trevor Mosley, 2000 (1st Team) INF Phil Ciccone, 1998 (1st Team) OF

1980-81 Male Athlete of the Year Vincent Soreca

NYS BASEBALL CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM: Mike Bohlander, 2001 (1st Team) Steve Martino, 2001 (1st Team) Doug Hehner, 2001 (1st Team) Shelby Langford, 2001 (2nd Team) NYS BASEBALL CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Steve Martino, 2001 Marc DeLuca, 2001 Mike Bohlander, 2001 NYS BASEBALL CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE WEEK: Keith Makowski, 2001 NYS BASEBALL CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Doug Hehner (3), 2001 INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Trevor Mosley, 2000 Div. I INDEPENDENT BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK Patrick Stanley (2), 2003-04 Earl Oakes, 2003-04 Div. I INDEPENDENT BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE YEAR Patrick Stanley (2), 2003-04 Div. I ALL-INDEPENDENT BASEBALL TEAM Patrick Stanley, 2003-04 JC Pullum, 2003-04 MID-CONTINENT ALL CONFERENCE TEAM: Michael Riveles, 1998 (1st Team) RP Michael Riveles, 1997 (1st Team) RP Steve D'Ambrosio, 1997 (2nd Team) UTL Mike Sidoti, 1996 (1st Team) SS Scott D'Ottavio, 1996 (2nd Team) Bobby Accardi, 1996 (2nd Team) Henry Meyer, 1996 (2nd Team) Greg Malek, 1996 (2nd Team) Rob Zachmann, 1995 (1st Team) C Mike Sidoti, 1995 (1st Team) SS Tom Raymond, 1995 (1st Team) OF Frank Chibbaro, 1995 (1st Team) P Troy Wachter, 1995 (2nd Team) OF MID- CONTINENT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM: Phil Ciccone, 1996 Frank Chibbaro, 1996 Scott D'Ottavio, 1996 MID- CONTINENT ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE: Phil Ciccone, 1997 Frank DeLuca, 1997 Joe Ferraro, 1997 Greg Malek, 1997 Hank Meyer, 1997 Chad Munier, 1997 Evaristo Rodriguez, 1997 Brent Sullivan, 1997 MID- CONTINENT PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Frank Chibbaro, 1995 MID- CONTINENT PITCHER OF THE WEEK: Frank Chibbaro, 1995 MID- CONTINENT PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Mike Sidoti, 1995 DIAMOND CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Steve D' Ambrosio, 1994 Ryan Donnelly, 1994 Rob Zachmann, 1994 NYSCBCA ALL-STAR TEAM: Tom Horincewich, 1992 Henry Manning, 1989 C.J. Russo, 1989 NEW YORK STATE ALL -STAR DOWNSTATE TEAM: Mike Dieguez, 1993

Mike Dieguez, 1992 Tom Horincewich, 1990 SS Mike Dieguez, 1990 3B Gary Collum, 1990 CF Tom Raymond, 1990 RF Charles Coleman, 1990 P Brian Branigan, 1988 P Henry Manning, 1988 C Ron DiGiacopo, 1988 OF Mike Pisacreta, 1988 DH Tony Iurilli, 1988 SS T.J. McDonald, 1982 Mike Buckley, 1982 NEW YORK STATE DIVISION I ALL-STARS: Henry Manning, 1990 (1st Team) C Mike Pisacreta, 1990 (1st Team) OF Willie Espinal, 1990 (1st Team) P Rob Basovsky, 1990 (2nd Team) OF George Kerfut, 1990 (2nd Team) P Ron DiGiacopo, 1988 (1st Team) 3B Mike Pisacreta, 1988 (1st Team) Chris Bayer, 1985 (1st Team) P Pat Jermyn, 1985 (2nd Team) 2B Pete Capello, 1985 (2nd Team) SS T.J. McDonald, 1982 (1st Team) Mike Buckley, 1982 (1st Team) NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITER’S ALL AMERICAN TEAM David Qualben, 2005 (Honorable Mention) NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITER’S ALL REGION TEAM Jack Cawley 2008 (1st Team) Dustin Corbett 2008 (1st Team) Matt Arburr 2007 (2nd Team) Jack Cawley 2007 (2nd Team) David Qualben, 2005 (1st Team) Earl Oakes, 2005 (2nd Team) ABCA-CONVERSE ALL DISTRICT NCAA: Ronald DiGiacopo, 1987 Pat Jermyn, 1987 Peter Capello, 1986 Ted Lawrence, 1985 (2nd tm.) Pat Jermyn, 1985 (3rd tm.) Joe Kesselmark, 1985 (1st tm.) Joe Nannariello, 1985 (2nd tm.) Howie Manzon, 1985 (3rd tm.) Chris Bayer, 1985 (1st tm.) T.J. McDonald, 1984 (1st tm.) Chris Bayer, 1984 (2nd tm.) ABCA- CONVERSE ALL-NORTHEAST REGION TEAM: Mike Bohlander, 2001 (2nd Team) Gary Collum, 1993 Mike Pisacreta, 1988 (1st Team) Ron DiGiacopo, 1988 (1st Team) Henry Manning, 1988 (2nd Team) ABCA-RAWLINGS ALL-REGION TEAM: Jack Cawley 2008 (1st Team) Dustin Corbett 2008 (1st Team) Mackenzie King 2008 (2nd Team) Matt Arburr 2007 (1st Team) Jack Cawley 2007 (1st Team) Matt Arburr, 2006 (1st Team) Earl Oakes, 2006 (2nd Team) David Qualben, 2006 (2nd Team) Mike Bohlander, 2002 ABCA ALL-AMERICAN TEAM: Mike Pisacreta, 1989 Joe Kesselmark, 1986 (1st Team) Pete Capello, 1986 T.J. McDonald, 1984 T.J. McDonald, 1983 Vincent Soreca, 1981 Fred Impastato, 1977 DAKTRONICS DIVISION II ALL-REGION TEAM: Jack Cawley 2008 (2nd Team) Dustin Corbett 2008 (2nd Team) Matt Arburr 2007 (2nd Team) Jack Cawley 2007 (2nd Team) PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICAN: Mike Pisacreta, 1989 NCAA DIVISION I INDEPENDENTS ALL-STAR TEAM: Mike Bohlander, 2002 ECAC- DIAMOND CONFERENCE ALL-STAR TEAM: Mike Pisacreta, 1989 OF Mike Pisacreta, 1988 Ted Lawrence, 1985 (1st Team) C Howie Manzon, 1985 (1st Team) OF Chris Bayer, 1985 (1st Team) P Joe Nannariello, 1985 (1st Team) P Pete Capello, 1985 (1st Team) INF KNICKERBOCKER CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM: Frank Calderone, 1974 Lewis Egizi, 1958 CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA T.J. McDonald, 1983 (2nd tm.)

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PITCHERS NO.

3 7 16 17 18 21 23 25 26 27 28 32 33 34 36 37 42

NAME

2009 ROSTER CL.

B

T

HT.

6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-0

180 200 185 170 210 200 195 180 185 180 175 240 185 205 175 220 180

Middletown, NY/Middletown North Falmouth, MA/ Falmouth East Meadow, NY/Kellenberg Memorial Glen Rock, NJ/Glen Rock Scotch Plains, NY/Scotch Plains Baldwin, NY/Holy Trinity Blairstown, NJ/North Warren Regional Lagrangeville, NY/Arlington Farmingville, NY/ Sachem East East Setnuket, NYSt. Anthony’s Stamford, CT/Stamford West Harrison, NY/West Harrison Bronx, NY/Concordia College Trumbull, CT/Trumbull Bayshore, NY/Bayshore Lynbrook, NY/Lynbrook Norwalk, CT/ Norwalk HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Bohemia, NY/Connetquot Patterson, NY/Carmel

Dane Doucette So. Zach Dayton Sr. Salvatore DePaola Jr. Michael Mastrogiovanni Jr. Steven D’Angelo Fr. Michael Tamburino Fr. Mackenzie King Jr. Chris Camastro So. Nicolas DeMeo Sr. John Barbieri Fr. Michael Sciarretta So. Frank Luongo Jr. Giuseppe Granitto Sr. Kevin Vieira Jr. Kyle Henriksen So. Michael Franza So. Eric Brown Sr.

C AT C H E R S

R R R L R R R L R L R R L R R L R

R R R L R R R R L L R R L R R L R

WT.

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

NO. 5 15 20 41

NAME Steven Sterlacci Jimmy Frost Brian Kraminitz Michael Rodriguez

CL. Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

B R R R R

T R R R R

HT. 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-10

WT. 185 225 200 180

East Hampton, NY/East Hampton

NO.

NAME

CL.

B

T

HT.

WT.

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

INFIELDERS

Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater Raritan Reg.

1 2 4 8 10 14 15 22 24 31 35

Chris Roemer Andre Liscinsky Mike Liguori JJ Conrad Denis Alimonti Vinny Dammann Jimmy Frost Laurence Flammia Kenny Wright Kyle Turnier Tyler Hart

So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr.

L R R R R L R R L L L

R R R R R L R R R R R

5-11 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-2

170 170 160 170 180 185 190 190 220 266 210

Ardsley, NY/Ardsley Trumbull, CT/ Trumbull Rockville, NYChaminade Hamburg, NJ/Wallkill Valley Jefferson Valley, NY/ Lakeland Mullica Hill, NJ/Gloucester Catholic Patterson, NY/Carmel Massapequa Park, NY/St. Anthony’s Middle Island, NY/Longwood Waterford, CT/Waterford Poughquag, NY/Arlington

NO. 6 12 13 19 29 38 43

NAME Chris Spatkowski Joe Cotone Mike Torello Richard Sullivan Eric Camacho Patrick Chaputian Ryan McKeown

CL. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

B L R R R R R L

T L R R L R R R

HT. 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-7 6-3 3-0

WT. 165 190 175 180 160 210 162

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Bristol, CT/Bristol Eastern Yorktown Hts, NY/Lakeland/UMass Cheshire, CT/Cheshire Norwalk, CT/Norwalk Stratford, CT/Bunnell Sea Cliff, NY/North Shore Sicklerville, NJ/Timber Creek

OUTFIELDERS

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Henry Manning (Pace ‘90/9th Year) Trevor Brown (Eastern Connecticut State‘98/7th Year) Pete Raimondi (Fordham ‘79/3rd Season)

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THE PLAYERS

ZACH DAYTON

ANDRE LISCINSKY

SENIOR - 6’3” - 200 NORTH FALMOUTH, MA FALMOUTH

SENIOR - 5'11" - 170 TRUMBULL, CT TRUMBULL

Personal File

Personal File

Parents: Glen and Tracy Liscinsky Birthdate: May 5, 1987 Major: Business

Parents: Scott Dayton Birthdate: October 9, 1986 Major: Management

INF

RHP 7

2

Returns as one of the Setters top starting pitchers this season.

2008: Started all 11 games he pitched in…Posted a 4-4 record, and a 2.36 earned run

average which was sixth best in the NE-10…Allowed 54 hits, 19 earned runs, and walked 19, while striking out 54 batters in 72.1 innings. 2007: Pitched in 14 games, starting five... Posted a 4-2 record with a 2.93 ERA... Allowed 39 hits, 15 earned runs and 15 walks, while striking out 46 in 46 innings pitched... Tossed 6.1 innings and earned the win, allowing one earned run and struck out five in the Setters first-ever Northeast-10 Tournament victory over Bentley. 2006: Made nine relief appearances and two starts, posting a 0-1 record with a 3.05 ERA... In 20.2 innings of work, allowed 10 hits, seven earned runs and 13 walks, while striking out 16 batters. Posted a .152 batters against average. Year 2006 2007 2008

GS 2 5 11

APP 11 14 11

Totals 18 36

CG 0 0 0

0

ShO 0 0 0

0

IP 20.2 46.0 72.1

H 10 39 54

R 8 18 24

ER 7 15 19

BB 13 15 19

SO 16 46 54

WP 4 5 1

HBP 1 4 8

BK 0 1 0

139.0 103 50 41 47 116 10 13 1

W 0 4 4

8

L 1 2 4

7

Sv 0 0 0

ERA 3.05 2.93 2.36

Returns as the starting shortstop... Is one of the best defensive shortstop in the Northeast-10 Conference. 2008: Started in all 50 games he played…Batted .303 (64-for-211) with four doubles, and two triples…Recorded 24 RBI’s and scored 35 runs…Was 13-for-16 in stolen base attempts. 2007: Started all 54 games that he played... Batted .246 (51-for-207) with 11 doubles and one triple... Recorded 20 RBI’s and scored 34 runs, while going 7-for-9 in stolen base attempts. 2006: Played in 42 games on the season, starting in 40... Batted .264 (39-for-148) on the year with three doubles, 8 RBI’s and 19 runs scored... Sixth on the team in hits and tied for sixth on the team in runs scored... Posted a .960 fielding percentage.

Year 2006 2007 2008

Totals

GP/GS 42/40 54/54 50/50

AB 148 207 211

R 19 34 35

146/144 566

H 39 51 64

2B 3 11 4

3B 0 1 2

88 154 18 3

HR 0 0 0

RBI 8 20 24

0

52

Totals 23 30

0

0

IP 26.1 35.1 47.2

H 34 40 45

R 17 27 21

ER 17 18 14

BB 14 18 27

48 178 .314 23/29 .272

Personal File

OF 12

SO 14 22 33

WP 1 4 2

109.1 119 65 49 59 69 7

HBP 2 8 2

BK 0 1 0

12 1

W 0 1 4

5

L 1 4 2

7

Sv 0 0 0

Parent: Luigi and RoseAnn Granitto Birthdate: August 9, 1986 Major: Biology

LHP 33

ERIC BROWN

SENIOR - 6'1" - 185 NORWALK, CT NORWALK

Personal File

Parents: Martin and Lucia Brown Birthdate: May 8, 1987 Major: Business

RHP

42

0 4.03

GRADUATE - 5’11” - 198 BRONX, NY SALESIAN/CONCORDIA COLLEGE

Personal File

Transfer from the University of Massachusetts. 2008: Played in 51 games, starting in 49… Batted .250 (44-for176) with 13 doubles, ninth best in the NE-10 and four triples, tying for eighth best in the NE-10…Recorded one home run, 27 RBI’s, and scored 20 runs…Was 3-for-5 in stolen base attempts.

ERA 5.81 4.58 2.64

GIUSEPPE GRANITTO

10

AVG. .264 .246 .303

Personal File

Lefthanded pitcher who will add depth to the starting rotation. 2008: Started nine games, while making two appearances out of the bullpen…Posted a 4-2 record and a 2.64 earned run average…Allowed 45 hits, 14 earned runs, and walked 27, while striking out 33 batters in 47.2 innings. 2007: Appeared in 10 games, starting nine... Posted a 1-4 record with a 4.58 ERA... Allowed 40 hits, 18 earned runs, 18 walks, while striking out 22 in 35.1 innings pitched. 2006: Made nine appearances on the mound, including five starts... Posted a 0-1 record with a 5.81 ERA... In 26.1 innings of work, gave up 34 hits, 17 earned runs and 14 walks, while striking out 14... Also made six appearances in the field, starting one... Batted .222 (2-for-9) with one double, one RBI and two runs scored. ShO 0 0 0

SB/A 3/4 7/9 13/16

Parents: Joe and Karen Cotone Birthdate: September 5, 1987 Major: History

26

CG 0 0 0

SLG% .284 .309 .341

NICHOLAS DEMEO

LHP

APP 9 10 11

35

TB 42 64 72

SENIOR - 5'10" - 200 YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY LAKELAND/UMASS

Parent: Joan DeMeo Birthdate: July 13, 1987 Major: Criminal Justice

GS 5 9 9

SO 10 21 17

JOE COTONE

0 2.65

SENIOR - 6’0” - 185 FARMINGVILLE, NY SACHEM EAST

Year 2006 2007 2008

BB 4 13 18

Enters the season one of the key players out of the bullpen. 2008: Pitched 13 games along with making two starts…Posted a 1-1 record with a 3.97 earned run average…Allowed 21 hits, and ten earned runs over 22.2 innings with eleven strikeouts. 2007: Appeared in 21 games as a reliever, posting a 2-2 record with nine saves... Pitched in 39.1 innings, while posting a 2.52 ERA, good for third on the team... Allowed 24 hits, 11 earned runs, and walked seven, while striking out 22. 2006: Making 13 relief appearances, posted a 1-0 record and one save with a 1.89 ERA... In 19.0 innings of work, allowed 12 hits, four earned runs and five walks, while striking out 14... Posted a .182 batters against average. Year 2006 2007 2008

GS 0 0 2

APP 13 21 13

Totals 2 47

CG 0 0 0

0

ShO 0 0 0

0

IP 19.0 39.1 22.2

H 12 24 21

R 6 16 12

ER 4 11 10

BB 5 7 14

SO 14 22 11

WP 3 2 2

81.0 57 34 25 26 47 7

HBP 1 6 2

9

BK 0 0 0

0

W 1 2 1

4

L 0 2 1

3

Sv 1 9 0

ERA 1.89 2.52 3.97

10 2.78


THE PLAYERS

DENIS ALIMONTI

MACKENZIE KING

SENIOR - 5'11" - 180 JEFFERSON VALLEY, NY LAKELAND

JUNIOR - 6’3” - 205 BLAIRSTOWN, NJ NORTH WARREN REGIONAL

Personal File

Personal File

Parents: Darryl and Ida Alimonti Birthdate: March 30, 1987 Major: International Management

Parents: David and Sally Allan Birthdate: June 16, 1988 Major: Finance

INF

RHP

23

10

Will provide solid depth to the middle infield positions.

2008: Started in 5 of 24 games played…Scored eight runs in 21 at-bats...Was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen base attempts. 2007: Played in 18 games with four at-bats... Scored five runs and recorded one RBI... Was a perfect 1-for-1 in stolen bases. 2006: Played in 11 games, starting 2... Hit .300 (3-for-10) with 2 RBI’s and one run scored.

CHRIS SPATKOWSKI JUNIOR - 5’10” - 170 BRISTOL, CT BRISTOL EASTERN

Will see time as a starter and out of the bullpen. 2008: Made 22 pitching appearances along with two starts…Posted a 3-3 record along with a 1.88 earned run average, third best on the team and three saves…Struck out 80 batters, fifth best in the NE-10…Allowed eleven earned runs, and 34 hits in 52.2 innings pitched... Was named to the Northeast-10 Second Team All-Conference Squad. 2007: Appeared in 16 games, all as a reliever... Posted a 5-2 record, setting the school freshman record for wins in a season... Was second on the team with a 1.41 ERA, good for second in school history for a freshman... Allowed 23 hits, five earned runs, in 32.0 innings pitching, while striking out a freshman record 43 batters... Tallied two saves, tying the school freshman record. Year 2007 2008

GS APP 0 16 2 22

Totals 2 38

CG 0 0

0

ShO IP H R ER BB 0 32.0 23 14 5 13 0 52.2 34 23 11 22

0

84.2 57 37 16 35 123 13 8

PERSONAL FILE

Totals

60/45

172

H 18 27

2B 3 1

23 45 4

3B 0 1

1

HR 0 1

1

RBI 12 14

BB 8 13

26

SO 19 14

21

TB 21 33

SLG% SB/A .259 2/3 .363 6/8

AVG. .222 .297

33 54 .314 8/11 .262

MICHAEL MASTROGIOVANNI JUNIOR - 6’2” - 180 GLEN ROCK, NJ GLEN ROCK

RHP 17

Totals 8 18

0

ShO IP H R ER BB 0 19.0 15 2 2 4 0 32.0 25 16 13 19

0

SO WP HBP BK W 11 1 2 0 2 27 2 5 1 1

51.0 40 18 15 23 38 3

7

1

3

Will be one of the Setters’ main relievers in the bullpen.

2008: Appeared in 19 games out of the bullpen…Posted a 2-0 record with a 2.91

earned run average and two saves…Allowed eleven earned runs, 21 hits, and walked 13, while striking out 28 batters in 34 innings. 2007: Appeared in 16 games, all out of the bullpen... Posted an 0-1 record and was fourth in the team with a 2.77 ERA... Allowed 20 hits, eight earned runs, and 11 walks, while striking out 15 in 26.0 innings pitched.

Year 2007 2008

GS APP 0 16 0 19

CG 0 0

0

ShO IP H R ER BB 0 26.0 20 9 8 11 0 34.0 21 11 11 13

0

SO WP HBP BK W 15 2 2 0 0 28 2 1 0 2

60.0 41 20 18 24 43 4

3

0

2

L 1 0

1

Sv ERA 1 2.77 2 2.91

3 2.85

JUNIOR - 6’0” - 185 MULLICA HILL, NJ GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC

Personal File

Parents: Michael and Janine Dammann Birthdate: June 23, 1988 Major: Finance

Will look to build on a solid freshman campaign. 2008: Started six games while making three appearances out of the bullpen…Posted a 1-1 record, and a 3.66 earned run average…Allowed 25 hits, 13 earned runs, and walked 19, while recording 27 strikeouts in 32 innings. 2007: Appeared in nine games, starting two, while recording a 2-0 record... Posted a 0.95 ERA, setting a new school freshman record... Allowed 15 hits, two earned runs, and walked four, while striking out 11 in 19.0 innings pitched... Recorded one save on the season. CG 0 0

32

VINCENT DAMMANN

Parents: Richard and Nadina Mastrogiovanni Birthdate: August 30, 1987 Major: Criminal Justice

GS APP 2 9 6 9

RHP

Totals 0 35

Personal File

Year 2007 2008

5 1.70

Personal File

Will provide solid depth to the Setter outfield... Has excellent defensive skills... Will add speed to the top of the Setters’ lineup. 2008: Played in 28 games starting in 23…Batted .297 (27-for-91) with 14 RBI’s and 13 runs scored…Was 6-for-8 in stolen base attempts. 2007: Played in 32 games, starting 22... Batted .222 (18-for-81), while tallying three doubles, 12 RBI’s and scored 10 runs... Was 2-for-3 in stolen bases. R 10 13

5

Parent: Vito and Elizabeth Luongo Birthdate: October 29, 1988 Major: Criminal Justice

6

AB 81 91

8

Sv ERA 2 1.41 3 1.88

JUNIOR - 6’1” - 235 WEST HARRISON, NY HARRISON

OF

GP/GS 32/22 28/23

2

L 2 3

FRANK LUONGO

Parents: James and Susan Spatkowski Birthdate: January 1, 1988 Major: History/Finance

Year 2007 2008

SO WP HBP BK W 43 4 3 1 5 80 9 5 1 3

L 0 1

1

Sv ERA 1 0.95 0 3.66

1 2.65

INF 14 Will see playing time at first base and in the outfield. 2008: Played in 42 games, starting in 36…Batted .325 (41-for-126) with two home runs, and four doubles…Recorded 26 RBI’s and scored 23 runs, and also led the team with a .427 on base percentage…Was a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen base attempts. 2007: Played in 31 games, starting 16... Batted .148 (9-for-61) with two doubles, nine RBI’s and scored six runs.

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THE PLAYERS

SALVATORE DEPAOLA JUNIOR - 6’1” - 190 EAST MEADOW, NY KELLENBERG MEMORIAL

Personal File

Parents: Francesco and Rosemarie DePaola Birthdate: October 8, 1988 Major: Business

RHP 16 Will add depth for the Setters out of the pen.

2008: Appeared in nine games, starting in five, while posting a 2-3 record.. Struck out

10 batters in 26.2 innings pitched... Posted a 4.72 ERA.

2007: Appeared in five games, starting one... Posted a 4.91 ERA... Allowed 10 hits,

four earned runs and four walks, while striking out one in 7.1 innings pitched.

BRIAN KRAMINITZ

JUNIOR - 6’2” - 215 BRIDGEWATER. NJ BRIDGEWATER RARITAN REGIONAL

Personal File:

Parents: Marc and Terry Kraminitz Birthdate: December 10, 1987 Major: Psychology

C

20 Will see time at catcher.

2008: Played in 18 games, starting in five…Batted .133 (4-for30) with three RBI’s and

one run scored. 2007: Appeared in 12 games, starting one... Was fourth in the team with a .286 (4-for14) batting average... Tallied one double, two RBI’s and scored two runs.

MIKE TORELLO

SOPHOMORE - 5’11” - 195 CHESHIRE, CT CHESHIRE

Personal File

Parents: Dennis and Julie Torello Birthdate: July 2, 1988 Major: Finance

OF

13 2008: Started in 13 of 22 games played…Batted .255 (13-for-51) with seven runs scored, and three runs batted in. 2007: Appeared in nine games, starting one with four at-bats... Scored one run.

12

KEVIN VIEIRA

JUNIOR - 6’5” - 200 TRUMBULL, CT TRUMBULL

Personal File

Parents: Dennis and Diane Vieira Birthdate: April 3, 1988 Major: Finance

RHP

34

Adds depth to pitching bullpen... Will also see time in the Setters’ starting rotation. 2008: Started two games, before missing the season due to an injury... Posted a 1-0 record and a 0.00 earned run average…Allowed no runs and five hits, and struck out 15 in 9.2 innings. 2007: Appeared in seven games, starting one, posting a 6.17 ERA... Allowed 17 hits, eight earned runs, and seven walks, while striking out seven in 11.2 innings pitched.

JJ CONRAD

JUNIOR - 5’9” - 175 HAMBURG, NJ WALLKILL VALLEY

Personal File

Parents: Jim and Maureen Conrad Birthdate: March 16th, 1988 Major: Communications

INF 8 Will provide depth at the middle infield positions. 2008: Started in 33 of 39 games played…Batted .229 (25-for-109) with nine RBIs and 16 runs scored…Was 8-for-14 in stolen base attempts. 2007: Played in six games... Batted .200 (1-for-5), while recording one RBI.

JIMMY FROST

SOPHOMORE - 6’2” - 230 PATTERSON, NY CARMEL

Personal File

Parent: James Frost Birthdate: December 24, 1987 Major: Accounting

INF/C 15 2008: Played in eight games with seven at-bats, and two hits. 2007: Played in four games, with four at-bats... Scored one run.


THE PLAYERS

MIKE SCIARRETTA SOPHOMORE - 6’1” - 200 STAMFORD, CT STAMFORD

PERSONAL FILE

LAURENCE FLAMMIA SOPHOMORE - 6'1" - 190 MASSAPEAQUA PARK, NY ST. ANTHONY’S

Personal File

Parents: Sal and Robin Sciarretta Birthdate: January 19, 1989 Major: Undecided

Parents: Larry and Suzanne Flammia Birthdate: November 17, 1988 Major: Finance

RHP 28

INF 22

2008: Made 20 appearances out of the bullpen…Posted a 1-1 record with a 1.93 earned run average... Set the school freshman record with four saves and tied for seventh best in the NE-10…Allowed six earned runs, 21 hits, and walked 12, while striking out 24 batters in 28 innings.

2008: Played in 15 games while starting nine…Batted .273 (9-for-33) with five RBI’s and six runs scored.

MICHAEL FRANZA

KYLE HENRIKSEN

SOPHOMORE - 6’3” - 220 LYNBROOK, NY LYNBROOK

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Michael and Patricia Franza Birthdate: April 28, 1989 Major: Undecided

SOPHOMORE - 6’0” - 165 BAY SHORE, NY BAY SHORE

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Vernon and Nancy Henriksen Birthdate: October 9, 1989 Major: Education

OF 36

LHP 37 2008: Appeared in eleven games out of the bullpen…Posted a 0-2 record with a 1.93 earned run average…Allowed two earned runs, seven hits, and walked eight, while striking out 14 in 9.1 innings.

2008: Appeared in three games out of the bullpen…Posted a 3.00 earned run average, allowing one run over 3 innings, while striking out two.

CHRIS CAMASTRO

KENNY WRIGHT

SOPHOMORE - 6'1" - 185 LAGRANGEVILLE, NY ARLINGTON

Personal File

SOPHOMORE - 6’0” - 190 MIDDLE ISLAND, NY LONGWOOD

Personal File

Parent: Bob and Laurie Camastro Birthdate: May 27, 1989 Major: American Studies

Parents: Ken and Mary Wright Birthdate: February 6, 1989 Major: Education

RHP 25

INF 24

2008: Appeared in eleven games out of the bullpen…Posted a 1-1 record with a 4.02

earned run average…Allowed seven earned runs, 19 hits, and walked five, while striking out nine batters in 15.2 innings.

DANE DOUCETTE

SOPHOMORE - 6’1” - 190 MIDDLETOWN, NY MIDDLETOWN

PERSONAL FILE

Parent: Rayna Doucette Birthdate: April 6, 1989 Major: Communications

2008: Saw limited action, playing in four games and starting one.

MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ SOPHOMORE - 5’11” - 195 EAST HAMPTON, NY EAST HAMPTON

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Matthew and Karen Rodriguez Birthdate: June 6, 1989 Major: Undecided

C 41

RHP 3 2008: Made seven appearances out of the bullpen…Posted an 8.00 earned run average…Struck out nine batters in nine innings.

2008: Saw limited action playing in two games.

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THE PLAYERS

RICHARD SULLIVAN SOPHOMORE - 6’2” - 180 NORWALK, CT NORWALK

PERSONAL FILE

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Paul and Lori Sullivan Birthdate: June 26, 1989 Major: Undecided

Parents: Ronald and Norine Roemer Birthdate: June 29, 1989 Major: Business

OF 19

INF 1

MIKE LIGUORI

STEVEN STERLACCI

FRESHMAN - 5’8” - 160 ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY CHAMINADE

PERSONAL FILE

FRESHMAN - 5’10” - 185 BOHEMIA, NY CONNETQUOT

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Mike and Kelli Liguori Birthdate: February 16, 1990 Major: Accounting

Parents: George and Lisa Sterlacci Birthdate: May 2, 1990 Major: Undecided

INF/C 4

C 5

STEVEN D’ANGELO

MICHAEL TAMBURINO

FRESHMAN - 6’4” - 210 SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ UNION CATHOLIC

PERSONAL FILE

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CHRIS ROEMER

SOPHOMORE - 5’11” - 170 ARDSLEY, NY ARDSLEY

FRESHMAN - 6’3” - 200 BALDWIN, NY HOLY TRINITY

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Carl and Laure D’Angelo Birthdate: October 29, 1989 Major: International Management

Parents: Joe and Paula Tamburino Birthdate: August 10, 1990 Major: Business

RHP 18

RHP 21


THE PLAYERS

JOHN BARBIERI

FRESHMAN - 5’9” - 180 EAST SETNUKET, NY ST. ANTHONY’S

PERSONAL FILE

ERIC CAMACHO

FRESHMAN - 5’7” - 160 STRATFORD, CT BUNNELL

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: John and Dianne Barbieri Birthdate: November 4, 1990 Major: Business

Parents: Linda Camacho Birthdate: January 17, 1990 Major: Undecided

LHP 27

OF 29

KYLE TURNIER

FRESHMAN - 5’9” - 155 WATERFORD, CT WATERFORD

PERSONAL FILE

TYLER HART

FRESHMAN - 6’2” - 210 POUGHQUAG, NY ARLINGTON

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: William and Janelle Turnier Birthdate: April 5, 1990 Major: Business

Parents: Ray and Tara Hart Birthdate: October 18, 1989 Major: Business

INF 31

INF 35

PATRICK CHAPUTIAN

RYAN MCKEOWN

FRESHMAN - 6’3” - 210 SEA CLIFF, NY NORTH SHORE

PERSONAL FILE

FRESHMAN - 6’0” - 162 SICKLERVILLE, NJ TIMBER CREEK

PERSONAL FILE

Parents: Bob and Mary Jo Chaputian Birthdate: August 18, 1990 Major: Undecided

Parents: Bob and Karen McKeown Birthdate: October 12, 1989 Major: Undecided

OF 38

OF 43

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NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE 2008 Northeast-10 All-Conference Teams First Team Mike Adams Dustin Corbett Jim Fuller Eric Loh Tyler Bishop Jack Cawley Garrett Stenhouse Mike Baillargeon Jason Alexander Mike Diaz Jeff Bercume Nick Campbell Karl Derbacher Kevin Renaud Anthony Fiorillo Scott Savastano

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. SP SP SP SP RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF OF DH UT

School Franklin Pierce PACE Southern Connecticut Bryant Franklin Pierce PACE Bentley Assumption Bryant Southern Connecticut Merrimack Bryant Southern Connecticut Franklin Pierce Southern Connecticut Franklin Pierce

Second Team Matt Giusti Brian Maloney Jarrod Marchesi David O’Brien Mackenzie King Matt Anderson Mo Davidson Kevin Bowerman Mike DiReda Pat McKenna Tim Manton Derek Migrants Pat O’Connor James Roche Derek Ingui Jeff Barbale

Yr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Pos. SP SP SP SP RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF OF DH UT

School Stonehill Franklin Pierce Bentley Bryant PACE Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce Southern Connecticut Assumption Bryant UMass Lowell Assumption Bryant Bentley Franklin Pierce Assumption

Third Team Mike Colebrook Nick DeMidio Ryan O’Rourke Kyle Vazquez Eric Polvani Jeff Vigurs Ryan Gargan Brendan Pyburn Javier Guzman Shawn Frigon Andrew Babb Taylor Ferguson Dave Fradette Kevin Rivers Mark Dondero Justin Cox

Yr. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.

Pos. SP SP SP SP RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF OF DH UT

School Assumption Saint Rose Merrimack Franklin Pierce Bryant Bryant Saint Anselm Merrimack Stonehill Assumption Southern Connecticut Bryant Stonehill Franklin Pierce Bryant Southern Connecticut

Player of the Year: Karl Derbacher, Southern Connecticut Pitchers of the Year: Mike Adams, Franklin Pierce Jim Fuller, Southern Connecticut Freshman of the Year: James Roche, Bentley The Bob Bellizzi Coach of the Year: Tim Shea, Southern Connecticut

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2008 NORTHEAST-10 FINAL STANDINGS

Team Bryant* So. Connecticut Franklin Pierce^ UMass Lowell PACE Bentley Stonehill Merrimack Saint Anselm Assumption Saint Rose American Int’l So. New Hampshire

Conf. 25-5 24-6 20-10 18-12 18-12 17-13 16-14 13-17 11-19 10-20 9-21 9-21 5-25

Overall 43-21 36-19 42-15 26-24 31-23 22-25 25-22 18-27 15-28 20-27 14-34 11-27 7-32

* - Regular Season Champions ^ - Conference Tournament Champions Northeast-10 Conference Tournament Results First Round - May 7 Franklin Pierce 10, Bentley 2 Pace 7, UMass Lowell 1 Semifinals - Double Elimination May 9 Franklin Pierce 5, So. Connecticut 2 Bryant 4, Pace 3 May 10 So. Connecticut 6, Pace 1 (Pace eliminated) Franklin Pierce 10, Bryant 9 So. Connecticut 1, Bryant 0 (Bryant eliminated) Championship May 11 Franklin Pierce 6, So. Connecticut 4 (So. Connecticut eliminated)


2008 STATISTICS/RESULTS

DATE

3/1/08 3/1/08 3/1/08 3/1/08 3/6/08 3/11/08 3/12/08 3/15/08 3/15/08 3/16/08 3/17/08 3/17/08 3/18/08 3/18/08 3/19/08 3/21/08 3/22/08 3/25/08 3/26/08 3/27/08 3/29/08 3/29/08 3/30/08 4/2/08 4/3/08 4/3/08 4/6/08 4/6/08

OPPONENT

vs. St. Thomas Aquinas vs. St. Thomas Aquinas vs. St. Thomas Aquinas vs. St. Thomas Aquinas @ Felician Purchase New Haven @ Wilmington (DE) @ Wilmington (DE) @ Wilmington (DE) @ West Chester @ West Chester @ Barton @ Barton @ UNC-Pembroke @ Chowan @ Christopher Newport Assumption* Dominican @ Assumption* So. New Hampshire* So. New Hampshire* vs. So. New Hampshire* @ Adelphi Saint Anselm* vs. Saint Anselm* @ Southern Connecticut* @ Southern Connecticut*

W/L

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

SCORE

7-4 6-5 (11) 10-8 3-0 9-3 9-1 3-2 3-2 3-2 7-2 13-3 3-2 9-5 7-6 13-4 10-9 11-5 7-0 7-5 4-1 21-3 10-1 10-4 4-1 4-0 7-6 2-1 1-0

PITCHER OF RECORD

Luongo (1-0) Sciarretta (1-0) Zrenda (0-1) Vieira (1-0) Luongo (2-0) DePaola (1-0) Corbett (1-0) Dayton (0-1) Zrenda (1-1) E. Brown (0-1) Parry (1-0) DePaola (1-1) DeMeo (0-1) Sciarretta (1-1) Zrenda (2-1) King (1-0) Mastrogiovanni (0-1) Corbett (2-0) King (1-1) Dayton (1-1) Mastrogiovanni (1-1) DeMeo (1-1) Corbett (3-0) DePaola (1-1) Dayton (2-1) Franza (0-1) Demeo (2-1) Corbett (4-0)

DATE

4/9/08 4/10/08 4/11/08 4/11/08 4/13/08 4/15/08 4/16/08 4/17/08 4/18/08 4/21/08 4/21/08 4/22/08 4/24/08 4/25/08 4/26/08 4/26/08 4/27/08 4/30/08 5/1/08 5/3/08 5/3/08 5/4/08 5/4/08 5/7/08 5/9/08 5/10/08

OPPONENT

Bentley* @ Bentley* @ Stonehill* @ Stonehill* Stonehill* Merrimack* Franklin Pierce* @ Merrimack* LIU-C.W. Post @ Franklin Pierce* @ Franklin Pierce* Saint Rose* @ Saint Rose* Southern Connecticut* UMass Lowell* UMass Lowell* @ UMass Lowell* @ New Haven @ American International* Bryant* Bryant* American International* American International* at UMass Lowell# vs. Bryant# vs. Southern Connecticut#

W/L W L W L W W L W W W W W L L L W L W L L L W W W L L

* - NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE OPPONENT # - NORTHEAST-10 TOURNAMENT

SCORE

3-2 (15) 5-2 7-1 2-0 6-0 4-1 4-2 (14) 2-0 8-1 6-4 9-8 (13) 9-0 7-3 5-4 6-2 5-3 3-0 5-2 8-7 3-0 1-0 9-4 6-4 7-1 4-3 6-1

PITCHER OF RECORD

King (2-1) Franza (0-2) Camastro (1-0) Corbett (4-1) DeMeo (3-1) Dayton (3-1) Camastro (1-1) Corbett (5-1) DePaola (2-2) Dayton (4-1) Zrenda (3-1) Corbett (6-1) DePaola (2-3) King (2-2) Dayton (4-2) King (3-2) Corbett (6-2) E. Brown (1-1) King (3-3) Corbett (6-3) Dayton (4-3) DeMeo (4-1) Parry (1-1) Corbett (7-3) Dayton (4-4) DeMeo (4-2)

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ALL-TIME RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Team Adelphi Albany American Int’l Arizona Arizona State Army Azusa Pacific Assumption Ball State Barry Barton Baruch Bates Bayonne Naval Belmont Abbey Bentley Bergen JC Bethune-Cookman Binghamton Biscayne (FL) Bloomfield Bloomsburg Boston College Boston Univ. Bradley Brandeis Bridgeport Brooklyn Brooklyn Poly Brown Bryant Bucknell C.W. Post Caldwell Cal Dominguez Hills Cal State LA Cal Poly Pomona

W 11 3 7 0 0 7 0 7 0 1 0 5 0 2 1 7 1 0 2 1 3 3 1 1 0 1 3 28 2 0 4 3 21 0 1 0 1 Cal St. San Bernardino 0 Campbell 0 CCNY 13 Central Conn. St. 17 Central Florida 0 Charleston Southern 0 Christopher Newport 0 Chowan 1 Citadel, The 1 Colgate 0 Columbia 6 Concordia 23 Connecticut 0 Dartmouth 1 Delaware 1 Delta State 0 Det. Mercy 1 Dominican 2 Dowling 8 Drew 13 East Carolina 0 East Strousburg 1 Eastern Conn. St. 0 Eastern Illinois 1 Eckerd 1 Fairfield 7 FDU Madison 8 FDU Teaneck 10 Felician 2 Florida 0 Fla Atlantic 0

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L 37 6 2 2 1 15 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 4 1 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 20 0 1 7 2 51 0 0 2 1 3 5 0 13 4 3 1 0 1 2 4 6 0 1 1 6 1 2 1 12 3 0 1 0 0 5 1 18 1 2 5

T 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Florida Int'l Florida Southern Fordham Franklin Pierce George Mason George Washington Grand Canyon Hartford Hofstra Hunter Illinois Illinois State Iona Ithaca John Jay John Marshall Kean Kings Point L.I. Aggies L.I.U Brooklyn La Salle Lafayette Le Moyne Lehman Maine Manhattan Manhattanville Marist Maryland Mass. Lowell Mercy Merrimack Mesa College Miami Miami (OH) Miami Dade North Michigan State Mitchell AFB Molloy Monmouth Montclair St. Nassau CC New Hampshire New Haven New Jersey City St. New Jersey Tech New Mexico State New Paltz State Niagara North Adams (MA) North Carolina North Carolina St. Northeast Illinois Northeastern Northern Colorado NY Maritime NY Tech Ohio Old Dominon Oswego State Palm Beach Atlantic Panzer Penn Penn State Pittsburgh Poly Tech of NY Portland Post Potsdam State

0 1 10 5 1 0 1 10 16 14 0 0 16 0 7 1 3 2 4 10 6 5 1 14 2 12 14 6 0 10 19 8 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 13 4 1 4 4 5 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 14 26 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1

6 4 20 7 0 3 3 6 8 14 7 3 18 3 1 3 0 1 17 20 0 1 5 3 17 3 1 5 3 3 6 1 1 10 1 2 1 0 1 10 12 2 2 8 5 0 5 1 1 1 4 1 1 4 0 12 41 1 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pratt 13 Princeton 2 Providence 0 Purchase 1 Purdue 0 Queens 15 Quinnipiac 1 Ramapo 0 Rhode Island 3 Richmond 1 Rollins 0 Rutgers 4 Rutgers-Newark 0 S.W. Oklahoma St. 1 Sacred Heart 7 Seton Hall 7 Siena 5 South Florida 0 South Illinois 1 So. Connecticut 6 So. New Hampshire 8 Southern Vermont 1 St. Anselm 5 St. Francis 22 St. John's 4 St. Joseph's (PA) 3 St. Leo 0 St. Peter's 15 St. Rose 6 St. Thomas (FL) 0 St. Thomas Aquinas 9 Staten Island 7 Stevens Inst. 19 Stonehill 6 Stony Brook 19 Tampa 0 Temple 4 Trenton State 1 Troy State 3 U. Mass. Amhurst 0 U.S Merch. Marine 14 U.S. Naval Acad. 1 UNC Asheville 1 UNC Pembroke 1 Union (NY) 2 Upsala 0 VA Commonwealth 0 Valparaiso 0 Vassar 1 Vermont 1 Villanova 0 W. Michigan 0 W. New Mexico 1 Wagner 14 Wake Forest 0 Washington State 1 West Virginia 2 West Chester (PA) 14 West. New England 1 William & Mary 1 William Paterson 7 Wilmington (DE) 4 Wyoming 0 Yale 6 York 4 Youngstown State 7 BOLD - 2009 OPPONENT

13 5 1 0 1 27 2 2 0 7 1 11 1 0 11 14 4 1 5 6 2 0 5 28 23 1 1 17 6 0 2 0 22 5 15 1 2 0 7 4 11 2 0 0 0 5 4 1 0 8 2 2 2 6 1 2 2 14 0 4 2 2 2 7 1 9

0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


THE RECORD BOOK Mike Pisacreta holds the Pace career records for hits, home runs and RBI. HITS Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Henry Manning (87-90) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Tom Raymond (92-95) Pat Jermyn (84-87) Gary Collum (90-93) Marc DeLuca (98-02) Bobby Accardi (94-97) Mike Bohlander (99-02) Tony Iurilli (87-90) Frank Siano (99-02) Scott D'Ottavio (93-96) Mike Dieguez (90-93) Jason Jaworski (97-00) Phil Ciccone (96-99) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Steve Martino (99-02) Ryan Donnelly (91-93) Pete Capello (84-86) Chad Munier (96-99) Andre Liscinsky (2006-**) Joe Kesselmark (84-86) Henry Meyer (96-99) Brian Emmert (84-87) JC Pullum (2003-06) Steve D'Ambrosio (94-98) Trevor Mosley (98-00)

250 232 221 204 203 198 197 196 192 190 182 182 178 174 170 170 166 166 158 157 154 152 152 151 151 150 149

BATTING AVERAGE Joe Kesselmark (84-86) T.J. McDonald (82-84) Pete Capello (84-86) Vin Soreca (79-81) Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Mike Sidoti (95-96) Fred Impastato (74-77) Ron DiGiacopo (87-88) Trevor Mosley (98-00) Ray Schult (81-82) Howie Manzon (82-85) Ted Lawrence (83-85) Chris Bayer (83-85)

.448 .425 .419 .403 .394 .382 .377 .368 .364 .361 .361 .356 .354

DOUBLES Scott D'Ottavio (93-96) Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Frank Siano (99-02) Henry Manning (87-90) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Mike Bohlander (99-02)

55 54 44 44 43 42

CAREER BATTING RECORDS Marc DeLuca (98-02) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Bobby Accardi (94-97) Doug Hehner (2001-02, 04) Mike Dieguez (90-93) Phil Ciccone (96-99) C.J. Russo (88-91) Vin Soreca (79-81) Rob Zachmann (93-95) Jason Jaworski (97-00) Chad Munier (96-99) Steve D'Ambrosio (94-98) Steve Martino (99-02) Trevor Mosley (98-00) Brian Emmert (84-87) Tom Raymond (92-95)

42 42 36 36 35 34 33 33 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31

TRIPLES Gary Collum (90-93) Tom Raymond (92-95) Marc DeLuca (98-02) Ken Dillon (80-83) Joe Kesselmark (84-86) Kevin Gallagher (71-74) Ron Lindberg (77-79) Mike Sidoti (95-96) Joe Barracato (2005-08) Jack Cawley (2005-08)

10 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6

Joe Kesselmark is the Setters’ all-time batting average leader at .448. HOME RUNS Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Mike Bohlander (99-02) T.J. McDonald (82-84) Trevor Mosley (98-00) Fred DeVito (75-78) Joe Kesselmark (84-86) John Emmert (77-80) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Brian Emmert (84-87) Mike Buckley (79-82) Brian Kelly (86-90) Henry Manning (87-90) Tom Raymond (92-95) Chris Bayer (82-85) Fred Impastato (74-77) Marc DeLuca (98-02) Rob Zachmann (93-95)

45 43 39 29 28 28 27 27 26 23 23 23 23 22 22 21 20

RBI Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Mike Bohlander (99-02)

198 153

Brian Emmert (84-87) Henry Manning (87-90) Marc DeLuca (98-02) Trevor Mosley (98-00) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Joe Kesselmark (84-86) John Emmert (77-80) T.J. McDonald (82-84) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Frank Siano (99-02) Mike Dieguez (90-93) Tom Raymond (92-95) Pete Capello (84-86) Pat Jermyn (84-87) Ron DiGiacopo (87-88) Scott D'Ottavio (93-96) Phil Ciccone (96-99) Jason Jaworski (97-00)

134 130 125 122 121 118 114 114 113 109 107 104 101 100 97 96 95 95

RUNS SCORED Tom Raymond (92-95) Pat Jermyn (84-87) Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Chad Munier (96-99) Henry Manning (87-90) C.J. Russo (88-91) Steve Martino (99-02) Tony Iurilli (87-90) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Gary Collum (90-93) Marc DeLuca (98-02) Phil Ciccone (96-99) T.J. McDonald (82-84) Mike Bohlander (99-02) Bobby Accardi (94-97) Mike Buckley (79-82) Scott D'Ottavio (93-96) Steve Slatest (77-80) Joe Kesselmark (84-86) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Ken Dillon (80-83) Brian Emmert (84-87) Mike Kennedy (78-81) Mike Dieguez (90-93) John Emmert (77-80) Ron DiGiacopo (87-88)

173 158 151 142 140 138 137 136 135 133 131 124 121 119 117 116 114 113 112 112 108 108 105 102 101 100

BASES ON BALLS C.J. Russo (88-91) Tom Raymond (92-95) Phil Ciccone (96-99) Tony Iurilli (87-90) Brad Chenard (90-92) Steve Martino (99-02) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Chad Munier (96-99) Steve D'Ambrosio (94-98) Steve Slatest (77-80) John Emmert (77-80) JC Pullum (2003-06) Matt Arburr (2005-07) Mike Buckley (79-82) Mike Pisacreta (86-89) Pat Jermyn (84-87)

111 106 102 100 94 87 83 78 77 75 74 74 72 73 73 70

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THE RECORD BOOK STOLEN BASES Mike Kennedy (78-81) Gary Collum (90-93) Tom Raymond (92-95) Jack Cawley (2005-08) Pat Jermyn (84-87) Joe Barracato (2005-08) C.J. Russo (88-91) Kevin Gallagher (71-74) JC Pullum (2003-06)

88 79 79 72 69 48 45 42 42

CAREER PITCHING RECORDS Frank Chibbaro holds the Pace all-time record with 22 victories.

ERA Jim Silva (70-72) Harry Rassmann (70-72) Dennis Reardon (71-75) Joe Nannariello (82-85) Zach Dayton (2006-**) Earl Oakes (2004-06) David Qualben (2004-06) Frank Calderone (71-75) Dustin Corbett (2005-08) Angelo Fusaro (2005-07) Chris Bayer (83-85) Rob Purcell (79-82) Dan Kreuder (86-87) Brian Branigan (87-88)

2.31 2.32 2.32 2.50 2.65 2.65 2.88 2.99 3.00 3.04 3.55 3.74 3.76 3.76

VICTORIES Frank Chibbaro (93-96) Dustin Corbett (2005-08) Joe Nannariello (82-85) Alex Cuesta (73-76) Joe Boniello (77-79) Chris Bayer (83-85) Greg Malek (94-97) David Qualben (2004-06) Mark Mammola (88-91) Matt Reilly (2003-06) Dennis Reardon (71-75) Frank Calderone (71-75) Derek Harbula (78-81) Ed Aponte (78-81) Willie Espinal (86-89) Bill Findlay (83-86) Keith Makowski (99-02) Patrick Stanley (2002-04)

22-13 19-10 16-3 16-8 16-9 16-10 15-9 15-9 14-9 14-17 13-2 13-10 12-3 12-4 12-9 12-12 12-21 11-11

INNINGS PITCHED Dustin Corbett (2005-08) Matt Reilly (2003-06) Keith Makowski (99-02) Frank Chibbaro (93-96) Willie Espinal (86-89)

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240.0 238.2 237 236.1 223.1

Frank Calderone (71-75) Mark Mammola (88-91) Greg Malek (94-97) Bill Findlay (83-86) Alex Cuesta (73-76) David Qualben (2004-06) Chris Bayer (83-85) Joe Boniello (77-79) Jared Monti (2001-05) Nick Avena (89-93) Dan Kreuder (86-87) Robert Van Riper (2002-05) Jamie Hynes (91-94) STRIKEOUTS Dustin Corbett (2005-08) David Qualben (2004-06) Matt Reilly (2003-06) Willie Espinal (86-89) Frank Chibbaro (93-96) Mark Mammola (88-91) Keith Makowski (99-02) Bill Findlay (83-86) Frank Calderone (71-75) Chris Bayer (83-85) Bryan Hallberg (2004-06)

216.2 209.1 207.1 201 200 181.1 170 163.1 161.2 158 155.2 152 151 199 196 194 166 156 154 153 148 145 140 134

Alex Cuesta (73-76) Joe Nannariello (82-85) Robert Van Riper (2002-05) Ed Aponte (78-81) Mackenzie King (2007-**) Joel Filipek (99-00) Bob Greiner (75-77) Patrick Stanley (02-04) Dan Macom (99-02) Rob Purcell (79-82) Zach Dayton (2006-**)

131 130 128 127 123 121 121 121 116 116 116

SAVES Earl Oakes (2004-06) Eric Brown (2006-**) Shelby Langford (2001- 02) Charles Coleman (1990-92) William Espinal (1986-89) Jared Monti (2001-05) Anthony Vallone (1994-97) Jamie Hynes (1991-92) Robert Gucciardo (1990-91) Peter Forman (1987-88) Michael Riveles (1997) Michael Sciaretta (2008-**)

24 10 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4

TEAM RECORDS Most Runs scored, game:

36 - Pace 36, Kings Point 5 (5/7/84); 29 - Pace 29, C.W. Post 6 (4/10/88); 29 - Pace 29, Baruch 1 (4/22/81) Most Hits, season: 504 - 1988 Most Runs scored, season: 374 - 1988 Most Doubles, season: 110 - 2001 Most Triples, season: 21 - 1985 Most HR, Season: 60 - 1988 Most RBI, Season: 343 - 1988 Most Bases on Balls, Season: 235 - 1991 Most Stolen Bases, Season: 106 - 2007 Most Hit By Pitches, Season: 51 - 2008 Highest Batting Avg., Season: .388 - 1984 Highest Fielding Pct., Season: .967 - 1986 Biggest Margin of Victory: 31 - Pace 36, Kings Point 5 (5/7/84); 28 - Pace 29, Baruch 1 (4/22/81) Biggest Margin of Loss: 27 - Miami (OH) 32, Pace 5 (3/11/97); 25 - Baruch 31, Pace 6 (3/28/79) Biggest Margin of Shutout Victory: 25-0 - Pace 25, Vassar 0 (4/2/80); 23-0 - Pace 23, Drew 0 (3/15/86); 22-0 - Pace 22, Mercy 0 (4/3/78) Consecutive Wins: 14 - 4/21 to 5/9/85; 13 - 3/27 to 5/3/73, 13- 4/1 4/16/05; 12 - 4/10 to 5/1/84 Consecutive wins to start season: 13 - 3/27 to 5/3/73 Consecutive losses: 19 (excluding 2 ties) - 4/7/52 to 4/20/53; 15 4/22/66 to 4/12/67; 14 - 5/15/61 to 5/16/62 Consecutive losses to start season: 12 - 4/14 to 5/16/62; 10 - 3/7 to 3/25/98 Consecutive games scoring 10 or more runs: 7 - 4/23 to 5/1/84 Consecutive games scoring 20 or more runs: 2 - 1981 Consecutive shutouts: 3 - 1976 (USMMA, Poly Tech of NY, Stevens); 2005 (Dowling, Assumption, So. New Hampshire) Consecutive games getting shut out: 2 - eight times Most runs scored by two teams: 41 - Pace 36, Kings Point 5 - 5/7/84; 38 - Concordia 22, Pace 16 (4/3/98); 38 - Illinois 27, Pace 11 (3/11/96); 38 - Mercy 23, Pace 15 (5/1/84); 37 - Miami (OH) 32, Pace 5 (3/11/97); 37 - Baruch 31, Pace 6 (3/28/79) Longest stretch without being shut out: 199 games - 4/23/93 to 3/13/98 Consecutive one-run games: 4 - 1987 (3-1 record); 4 - 1968 (2-2 record); 4 1954 (0-4 record)


THE RECORD BOOK SINGLE SEASON BATTING RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE Name Year G 1. T.J. McDonald 1984 22 2. Joe Kesselmark 1986 39 3. Mike Pisacreta 1989 42 4. Mike Buckley 1982 26 5. John Thomas 1972 24 HITS 1. 79 2. 78 3. 77 4. 74 5. 70 70

AB 100 158 166 107 92

H 50 77 79 49 42

Mike Pisacreta Ron DiGiacopo Joe Kesselmark Jack Cawley Michael Sidoti Jack Cawley

Avg. .500 .487 .476 .458 .457 1989 1988 1986 2007 1996 2008

DOUBLES 1. 22 Scott D'Ottavio 2. 18 Mike Pisacreta 3. 17 Ron DiGiacopo 4. 16 Matt Arburr Doug Hehner Henry Manning Michael Sidoti 8. 15 Jack Cawley Tom Horncewich Marc DeLuca

1996 1989 1988 2006 2001 1990 1996 2006 1991 1999

VICTORIES 1. 10 Frank Chibbaro 2. 8 Joe Nannariello Patrick Stanley 4. 7 Joe Boniello Brian Branigan Dustin Corbett 7. 6 William Espinal Greg Malek David Qualben Matt Reilly Dustin Corbett ERA 1. 0.63 Jared Monti 2. 0.95 Michael Mastrogiovanni 3. 1.19 David Qualben 4. 1.20 Dustin Corbett 5. 1.34 Harry Rassman 6. 1.41 Mackenzie King

TRIPLES 1. 6 Tom Raymond Kevin Gallagher 3. 4 Ten Players Tied HOME RUNS 1. 17 Mike Bohlander Joe Kesselmark 3. 15 T.J. McDonald 4. 13 Michael Buckley Mike Pisacreta Trevor Mosley 7. 12 Sean Scott Matt Arburr 9. 11 John Emmert Ron DiGiacopo Chris Bayer HIT BY PITCH 1. 23 Mike Buckley 2. 16 Joe Barracato 3. 13 Brian Hollrah 4. 12 C.J. Russo 12 Joe Barracato 6. 10 Brian Hollrah 10 Joe Cotone RBI 1. 63 Ron DiGiacopo 2. 60 Mike Pisacreta

1995 1973 2001 1986 1982 1982 1982 2000 1991 2007 1978 1991 1994 1981 2007 2005 1991 2008 2006 2008 1988 1988

4. 55 5. 50

Joe Kesselmark Michael Sidoti Matt Arburr Mike Pisacreta Vin Soreca

1986 1996 2006 1989 1981

7. 49 RUNS 1. 58 Joe Kesselmark 2. 54 Mike Kennedy 3. 51 Tom Raymond 4. 49 Tom Raymond 5. 48 Pat Jermyn STOLEN BASES 1. 44 Mike Kennedy 2. 32 Jack Cawley 3. 26 Joe Barracato 4. 25 JC Pullum 5. 24 Frank Contreras 6. 22 Gary Collum 7. 21 Howie Mazon BASES ON BALLS 1. 42 Tom Raymond 2. 39 Mike Sidoti 3. 38 Tony Iurilli 4. 36 Steve Martino 5. 36 Matt Arburr 6. 34 Brad Chernard 7. 32 Phillip Ciccone

1986 1981 1994 1995 1987 1981 2007 2007 2004 1982 1992 1985 1994 1995 1989 2002 2007 1991 1996

SEASON PITCHING RECORDS 1995 1985 2004 1977 1988 2008 1989 1996 2005 2005 2007 2005 2007 2005 2008 1971 2007

7. 1.47 8. 1.57 8. 1.70 10. 1.76 11. 1.88

Earl Oakes Matt Reilly Bob Hamor Dennis Reardon Joe Nannariello Mackenzie King 13. 1.91 Frank Chibbaro INNINGS PITCHED 1. 96.2 William Espinal 2. 86 Daniel Kreuder 3. 82.1 Dustin Corbett 4. 81.1 Dustin Corbett 5. 80 Frank Chibbaro 6. 78.1 Bryan Hallberg 7. 77.2 Matt Reilly 8. 77.1 Brian Branigan 9. 74.2 Patrick Stanley STRIKEOUTS 1. 84 David Qualben

2006 2005 1981 1972 1985 2008 1995

1988 1987 2008 2007 1995 2006 2006 1988 2004 2005

2. 80

David Qualben Mackenzie King 4. 78 Bryan Hallberg 5. 76 Dustin Corbett 6. 74 Bruce Hildebrandt 7. 69 William Espinal Bob Purcell Patrick Stanley 10. 67 Chris Bayer Dustin Corbett 12. 62 Bob Greiner Joe Nannariello 14. 61 Joel Filipek SAVES 1. 13 Earl Oakes 2. 9 Earl Oakes Eric Brown 4. 8 Shelby Langford 5. 5 Charles Coleman

2006 2008 2006 2008 1970 1988 1982 2004 1985 2007 1977 1985 2000 2006 2005 2007 2001 1992

FRESHMAN BATTING RECORDS AT-BATS Year Player 2001 Hehner, Doug 1987 Iurilli, Anthony 1987 Manning, Henry 2005 Arburr, Matt 1996 Meyer, Henry 2005 Mullen, Ted 1990 Collum, Gary

AB 183 157 150 150 146 145 140

1986 1996 1992 1998 2003 1990 RUNS Year 1987

Pisacreta, Michael Munier, Chad Raymond, Thomas DeLuca, Marc Pullum, J.C. Dieguez, Michael

139 137 133 131 131 129

Player Manning, Henry

R 34

1996 1984 1986 1992 2001 1998 1987 1987 1996

Ciccone, Phillip Jermyn, Pat Pisacreta, Michael Raymond, Thomas Hehner, Doug DeLuca, Marc Iurilli, Anthony Thompson, Larry Munier, Chad

34 33 33 33 32 30 29 29 29

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THE RECORD BOOK HITS Player Year 1987 Manning, Henry 2001 Hehner, Doug 1986 Pisacreta, Michael 1996 Meyer, Henry 2005 Arburr, Matt 1999 Siano, Frank 1992 Raymond, Thomas 1996 Ciccone, Phillip 1998 DeLuca, Marc 1987 Iurilli, Anthony 2005 Mullen, Ted 2003 Piovesan, Ricky 1984 Jermyn, Pat 1996 Munier, Chad DOUBLES Year Player 2001 Hehner, Doug 2005 Arburr, Matt 1986 Pisacreta, Michael 1997 Jaworski, Jason 1999 Siano, Frank 1996 Munier, Chad 1999 Bohlander, Mike 1992 Raymond, Thomas 2000 Brady, Jesse 1984 Capello, Pete 1987 Manning, Henry 1994 D'Ambrosio, Steven 1996 Meyer, Henry 1998 DeLuca, Marc

VICTORIES Year Player 2007 Mackenzie King 2001 McDonough, Matt 1995 Jelovcic, Richard 1999 Macom, Dan 2004 Oakes, Earl 2007 Michael Mastrogiovanni 2003 Smith, Jim 1989 Pappalardo, Marc 1994 Frowd, Ray 1999 Edwards, Dustin 2002 Stanley, Patrick 2004 Qualben, David 2004 MacFarland, Steve ERA (Min. 15 IP) Player Year 2007 Michael Mastrogiovanni 2007 Mackenzie King 2008 Michael Sciaretta 2007 Frank Luongo 2002 Stanley, Patrick 2004 Oakes, Earl 2004 MacFarland, Steve 2005 Sheehy, Michael 2005 Corbett, Dustin

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2002 Bonaros, Paul TRIPLES Year Player 1984 Kesselmark, Joe 1996 Ciccone, Phillip 1998 DeLuca, Marc 1990 Collum, Gary 1996 Meyer, Henry 1997 Jaworski, Jason HOME RUNS Year Player 1986 Pisacreta, Michael 1998 DeLuca, Marc 2001 Hehner, Doug 2005 Mullen, Ted 1987 Kelly, Brian 2005 Arburr, Matt 1987 Manning, Henry 1992 Raymond, Thomas 1999 Bohlander, Mike 1999 Siano, Frank 1987 Thompson, Larry RUNS BATTED IN Year Player 1986 Pisacreta, Michael 2001 Hehner, Doug 1987 Manning, Henry 1996 Meyer, Henry 2005 Mullen, Ted 1999 Siano, Frank 1994 D'Ambrosio, Steven 1998 DeLuca, Marc

H 56 56 53 50 46 46 45 45 45 44 44 44 41 41 2B 16 14 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7

7 3B 3 3 3 2 2 2 HR 10 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 RBI 42 41 35 35 30 28 27 27

1999 Bohlander, Mike 1984 Capello, Pete 1986 Bedell, Bradley 1992 Raymond, Thomas 1997 Jaworski, Jason BASES ON BALLS Year Player 1996 Ciccone, Phillip 1997 Jaworski, Jason 1984 Jermyn, Pat 1986 Pisacreta, Michael 2005 Mullen, Ted 1990 Dieguez, Michael 1998 DeLuca, Marc 2003 Pullum, J.C. 1984 Kesselmark, Joe 1991 Donnelly, Ryan 1992 Wachter, Troy 1994 D'Ambrosio, Steven STOLEN BASES Year Player 1992 Raymond, Thomas 1984 Jermyn, Pat 2002 Bonaros, Paul 1996 Munier, Chad 2005 Arburr, Matt 1987 Kelly, Brian 1996 Ciccone, Phillip 1987 Iurilli, Anthony 1998 DeLuca, Marc

27 26 26 26 26 BB 32 21 20 20 19 17 16 14 14 14 14 14 SB 19 9 8 7 7 5 5 4 4

FRESHMAN PITCHING RECORDS W 2 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ERA 0.95 1.41 1.93 2.77 3.32 4.78 5.02 5.19 5.47

L 0 6 6 4 4 0 1 1 2 1 1 3 3

1999 Edwards, Dustin STRIKEOUTS Year Player 2007 Mackenzie King 1999 Macom, Dan 1999 Makowski, Keith 2004 MacFarland, Steve 2004 Qualben, David 1995 Jelovcic, Richard 2004 Hallberg, Bryan 2004 Oakes, Earl 1994 Vallone, Anthony 1999 Winter, Kris 2008 Michael Sciaretta 2003 Smith, Jim 1994 Frowd, Ray INNINGS PITCHED Player Year 1999 Makowski, Keith 1999 Macom, Dan 2001 McDonough, Matt 1995 Jelovcic, Richard 2004 Qualben, David 2004 Oakes, Earl 2003 Smith, Jim 2003 Reilly, Matt

5.66 SO 43 41 38 33 32 31 26 26 25 25 24 23 23 IP 50.1 48.1 48.1 46.2 44.2 43.1 43.1 43.0

1994 Vallone, Anthony 2004 MacFarland, Steve 1994 Brady, Joseph 1994 Frowd, Ray 1994 Malek, Gregory COMPLETE GAMES Year Player 1995 Jelovcic, Richard 2003 Smith, Jim 2003 Reilly, Matt 1994 Brady, Joseph 1999 Macom, Dan 1999 Makowski, Keith 2004 Oakes, Earl SAVES Player Year 2008 Michael Sciaretta 1994 Frowd, Ray 1994 Malek, Gregory 2004 Oakes, Earl 2007 Mackenzie King 2003 Reilly, Matt 2007 Michael Mastrogiovanni 2007 Frank Luongo

37.2 37.2 35.1 35.0 34.0 CG 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 Saves 4 2 2 2 2 1 1

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THE RECORD BOOK Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Head Coach Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty Peter Finnerty (41-121) Richard Dreyer Richard Dreyer Richard Dreyer Richard Dreyer Richard Dreyer Richard Dreyer (25-72) Joseph Palermo Joseph Palermo Joseph Palermo Joseph Palermo (24-48) Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland Gene Westmoreland

W 1 6 2 3 1 6 4 1 1 5 4 3 4 4 2 7 5 6 1 2 7 8 7 11 13 15 10 16 17 17 18

L 3 8 10 11 15* 8* 9 10 11 7 9 10 10 10 14 11 12 9 16 15 12* 12* 9 16* 14 5 9 7 10 9 13

Pct. .250 .429 .167 .214 .063 .429 .308 .090 .083 .417 .308 .231 .286 .286 .125 .389 .294 .400 .059 .118 .368 .400 .438 .407 .481 .750 .526 .696 .630 .654 .581

COACHING TOTALS YEARS 1948-60 1961-66 1967-70 1971-80 1981-2000 2001-** TOTALS

1977 1978 1979 1983 1984 1985 1985

HEAD COACH Peter Finnerty Richard Dreyer Joseph Palermo Gene Westmoreland Fred Calaicone Henry Manning 61 SEASONS

W 41 25 24 149 397 183 819

L 121 72 48 108 389 217 955

CHAMPIONSHIPS NCAA Tournament Appearance (Div.. III) NCAA Tournament Appearance (Div. III) NCAA Tournament Appearance (Div. III) Knickerbocker Conference Champion Knickerbocker Conference Champion Knickerbocker Conference Champion NCAA Tournament Appearance (Div. II)

T 2 0 2 2 4 1 11

PCT. .256 .258 .333 .580 .515 .459 .462

1979 Gene Westmoreland 1980 Gene Westmoreland (149-108) 1981 Fred Calaicone 1982 Fred Calaicone 1983 Fred Calaicone 1984 Fred Calaicone 1985 Fred Calaicone 1986 Fred Calaicone 1987 Fred Calaicone 1988 Fred Calaicone 1989 Fred Calaicone 1990 Fred Calaicone 1991 Fred Calaicone 1992 Fred Calaicone 1993 Fred Calaicone 1994 Fred Calaicone 1995 Fred Calaicone 1996 Fred Calaicone 1997 Fred Calaicone 1998 Fred Calaicone 1999 Fred Calaicone 2000 Fred Calaicone (397-389) 2001 Henry Manning 2002 Henry Manning 2003 Henry Manning 2004 Henry Manning 2005 Henry Manning 2006 Henry Manning 2007 Henry Manning Henry Manning (183-217) 2008 TOTALS 61 SEASONS *-record includes one tie

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19 13 27 17 16 17 30 24 24 23 26 15 24 17 17 20 21 20 19 14 14 12 19 14 9 19 27 34 30 31 819

12* .625 13 .500 6* .818 9 .654 11 .593 5 .739 8 .789 15 .615 23 .511 21 .523 16 .619 25* .375 23 .511 17 .500 28 .378 23 .465 26* .447 28 .417 18 .514 26* .350 35 .286 26 .316 29 .396 36 .280 39 .184 31* .373 16 .628 17 .667 26 .536 23 .574 955 (11) .462

DID YOU KNOW...?

The Pace baseball program is one of the two oldest athletics teams at Pace, beginning in 1948.

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Former Coach Fred Calaicone, (retired in 2000) is the Setters’ second winningest coach in any sport with 397 victories.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER -A-

Accardi, Adamson, Albano, Albano, Alimonti, Alvarado, Amalfitano, Amendola, Angrisani, Aponte, Arburr, Armas, Arturi, Ascanio, Asner, Aufiero, Aurrichio, Avena,

Bobby D. Jason John Denis Jerry J.R. L. Edward Edward Matt Tom Frank Anthony Richard Steve Jason Nicholas

1993-97 1954-55 1993-95 1993-94 2006-** 1988-89 2003-04 1950-51 1971-75 1977-81 2005-07 1987-88 1972-73 1994-97 1997-01 1973-74 1991-92 1988-92

Barracato, Baratta, Barbarite, Barbieri, Basovsky, Bayer, Bayer, Becker, Becourtney, Bedell, Bergkamp, Berman, Bertram, Bianco, Biondo, Bisbano, Blatt, Bohlander, Bonaros, Boniello, Bracken, Brady, Brady, Bran, Branfman, Branigan, Brijlall, Brito, Brooks, Brown, Brown, Brown, Bucci, Buckely, Byron,

Joe Anthony R. John Robert Chris James Greg M. Bradley Stephen David D. Eric Joe Matt Mitch Michael Paul Joseph Donald Joseph Jesse Russ A. Brian Sunill Anthony H. Chris Eric Keith Phil Michael William

2005-08 1969-70 1960-61 2009-** 1986-90 1982-85 1988-90 1991-93 1950-51 1985-89 1999-00 1966-67 1952-55 1981-82 1977-79 2004-06 1971-73 1998-2002 2002-05 1976-79 1969-70 1993-96 1999-01 1983-84 1960-61 1986-88 2002-06 2003 1955-56 2005-08 2006-** 1975-76 2001 1978-82 1993-94

Cadieux, Cafaro, Cafiero, Calderone, Camacho, Camastro, Caparis, Capello, Capra, Capra, Carcich, Carlesi, Carlucci, Carney, Carolan, Caronia, Cartica, Casanas, Cassese, Castellano Castronovo, Cavanuagh, Cawley, Cevasco, Chairmonte, Chaputian, Chazanoff, Chenard, Chibbaro, Ciccone, Claudio, Cobb, Coleman, Collum, Colosimo, Colucci, Comer, Comsudes,

Martin L. V. Frank Eric Chris Peter Pete John Phillip Robert Vincent Vincent Ward Keith Ray Keith Peter B. Matt Wayne Sean Jack Joe Brian Patrick J. Bradley Frank Philip A. Jerry Charles Gary Joe Kurt John T.

1997-98 1962-63 1952-53 1971-75 2009-** 2008-** 1969-70 1983-86 2001 1986-87 1989-90 1984-85 1989-91 1967-70 1999-2003 2005-07 1979-81 1985-86 1960-61 2004-06 1976-79 1996-98 2005-08 1974-76 1992-96 2009-** 1965-66 1989-92 1992-95 1996-99 1966-69 1987-88 1989-93 1989-93 1979-80 1994-96 1985-86 1950-51

-B-

-C-

Conley, Connolly, Conrad, Contreras, Corbett, Cosgrove, Cossette, Cotone, Creveling, Crossett, Cuesta, Currie, Czekaj, Czepiga,

Andrew Mark JJ Frank Dustin John Leonard Joe A. Steve Alex John Nick Daniel

2001-02 1987-89 2007-** 1981-85 2005-08 1976-80 1998-99 2008-** 1960-63 1970-72 1972-76 1991-92 2004 2003

D'Ambrosio, D’Angelo, Dammann, Dannenberg, D'Ascoli, D'Ascoli, Davis, Dayton, DeCandia, DelaVarre, Delsavio, DeLuca, DeLuca, DeMattia, DeMayo, DeMeo, DePaola, DeSiena, DeSimone, DeVito, Dieguez, DiFrancesco, DiGiacopo, Dillion, DiScala, Donargo, Donegan, Donnelly, D'Ottavio, Doucette, Doyle, Dragos, Dragos, Dreyer, DuPont, Dwyer, Dwyer,

Steven Steven Vinny Marc Joe Steven Matt Zach Joe Rene Steve Frank Marc Alan R. Nicholas Salvatore Adam Salvatore Fred Michael John Ronald Ken Chris A. Ryan Ryan Scott Dane Michael Steven Ray R. H. Stephen Michael

1993-98 2009-** 2007-** 1990-92 1999-01 2002 1993-94 2006-** 1998-2002 1980-81 2003 1995-99 1997-2002 1984-85 1952-53 2006-** 2007-** 1989-92 1999-2003 1975-78 1989-93 1972-75 1986-88 1979-83 1996-98 1965-67 1995-96 1990-94 1992-96 2008-** 1996-97 1984-86 1992-94 1962-63 1960-63 1984-85 1997-01

Edwards, Egizi, Eliassen, Elson, Emillie, Emmert, Emmert, Emmert, Escudero, Espinal,

Dustin L. F. R. J. John James Brian A. William

1998-01 1955-56 1962-63 1967-68 1965-66 1976-80 1979-81 1983-87 1950-51 1985-89

Faist, Fanning, Farina, Farrar, Fasano, Favia, Fedele, Fenster, Ferracuti, Ferrara, Ferraro, Ferraro, Ferrauto, Fettig, Filipek, Findlay, Finnerty, Fischer, Fishman, Fitzpatrick, Flammia, Forbes, Forman, Fraioli, Franza, Friedman, Frio, Frost, Frowd, Fusaro,

Rob Tom Anthony John Frank Frank Joseph Robert John Jim Brian Joseph Michael D. Joel William Brian W. Adam George Laurence Andrew Peter Frank Michael Richard J. Jimmy Ray Angelo

2003-04 1990-92 1996-98 1969-72 1989-92 1977-79 1993-94 1969-71 1983-86 2003-04 1990-94 1995-99 2003-04 1962-63 1998-00 1982-86 1969-71 1966-69 1981-83 1971-72 2008-** 1988-92 1986-88 1982-83 2008-** 1971-72 1954-55 2007-** 1993-96 2004-07

-D-

-E-

-F-

-G-

Gallagher, Garrison, Gasko, Gaynor, Gerber, Giarolo, Giglio, Gil, Gillispie, Gilroy, Gingelsekie, Gioffre, Giordano, Girello, Gismondi, Gluckson, Gomez, Goodman, Grane, Granitto, Green, Greenberg, Gregory, Greico, Greiner, Gretchyn, Grippi, Gucciardo, Gucciardo, Gwydir,

Kevin Gary R. Chris H. Dave A. Keith John Charles Joseph Anthony Paul Paul Anthony S. Jeffrey B. R. Giuseppe Jon H. Bob Joe Robert W. Joseph Robert Robert Kerry

1972-75 1988-89 1950-51 1998-2001 1952-53 1973-74 1967-68 1980-82 1976-79 1980-81 1967-70 1961-65 1983-84 1970-71 1993-94 1965-66 1989-92 1952-53 1962-63 2009-** 2001-02 1960-61 1984-86 1970-71 1975-77 1960-61 1985-89 1987-91 1990-91 1991-92

Haba, Haenlein, Hallberg, Halpern, Hamill, Hamor, Harbula, Harwood, Hart, Hayes, Headley, Hehner, Hein, Henriksen, Hernandez, Hildebrandt, Hogan, Hoggerheide, Holland, Hollrah, Horincewich, Howard, Huff, Huffman, Humbert, Hynes,

Frank B. Bryan A. Robert Bob Derek Adam Tyler John Ryan Doug Rick Kyle Hipolito Bruce J. G. G. Brian Tom H. Jonathan Michael E. Jamie

1986-90 1952-53 2004-06 1965-66 1976-78 1979-81 1977-81 2004-07 2009-** 1971-73 2008 2001-02, 04 1982-84 2008-** 1970-71 1967-69 1955-56 1965-66 1950-51 2003-06 1990-92 1962-64 2002-03 2003 1960-61 1990-94

Impastato, Innace, Ionta, Iorio, Iurilli, Isselbacher,

Fred R. Lou Danny Anthony L.

1974-77 1950-51 1974-76 2002 1986-90 1950-51

Jacey, Jaffee, Jainchill, Janos, Jaworski, Jayner, Jedziniak, Jelovcic, Jermyn, Jones, Juliano, June,

C. B. I. Jim Jason Michael David Richard Patrick Brad Tony David

1955-56 1965-66 1966-68 1971-72 1996-00 1990-92 1986-88 1994-96 1983-87 2002-04 1971-74 1987-91

Kagoner, Kanellis, Kantrowitz, Kaplan, Kazalski, Kealy, Kearns, Kehrli, Kelley, Kelliher, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kennedy, Kennedy,

E. Justin Mark R. T. Justin Patrick Edward John D. P. Richard Brian R. Mike

1965-66 2003-05, 07 1994-95 1965-66 1962-66 1997-2002 1980-81 1991-92 1967-69 1965-66 1955-56 1972-73 1986-89 1954-55 1977-81

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-I-

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Kerfut, Kesselmark, King, Kinitsky, Koebel, Kornfeld, Kraminitz, Kreuder,

George Joseph Mackenzie Larry R. E. Brian Daniel

1987-89 1983-86 2007-** 1970-71 1966-67 1963-64 2007-** 1985-87

Langford, Lanni, Lanza, Laszczych, Lawerence, Leavy, Legendre, Lehrer, Levine, Liberti, Liguori, Lindberg, Liscinsky, Lochowitz, Locurto, Lombardi, Lopez, Lubiniewski, Luongo, Lupica, Lynch, Lyons,

Shelby Mike Michael Jeff Ted Craig B. Nick M. Vincent Mike Ron Andre Greg Paul J. J. Tim Frank Robert J. Rich

2001-02 1975-79 1991-92 2002 1982-85 1998-2002 1952-55 1996-98 1952-55 1986-90 2009-** 1976-79 2006-** 1994-98 1986-88 1952-55 1965-66 1996-97 2007-** 1985-86 1962-64 1990-92

Macaluso, MacFarland, Macom, Madalon, Magaletta, Maggi, Magri, Maier, Makowski, Malek, Mammola, Manning, Manzi, Manzon, Maraglino, Martino, Mason, Masopust, Materasso, Mazzocchi, McClure, McColl, McCoy, McCullough, McDonald, McDonald, McDonough, McElwreath, McGorry, McGuinness, McKeon, McKeown, McNichol, Mejia, Menago, Mentrasti, Mercandetti, Metzner Meyer, Michalski, Miller, Mintzer, Miranda, Miserendino, Mitchell, Molina, Monaco, Mongiori, Monti, Monzon, Morales, Morretti, Mosley, Mullen, Muller, Munier, Murray, Musantry, Mastrogiovanni,

A. Steve Dan Howard Mark Ray Joe Steve Keith Gregory Mark Henry Robert Howie Anthony Steve Brandon Joe Tom A. Billy John Howie Kevin Thomas Glenn Matt R. Michael B. Timothy Ryan Matt Edwin Sean Tim M. F. Henry Walter Kevin H. Juan S. Bryan Randy Vincent Kevin Jared Daniel Ian Frank Trevor Ted Kyle Chad G. J. Michael

1962-63 2004 1998-2002 1971-75 2002-03 1981-83 2001-02 1985 1998-2002 1993-97 1987-91 1986-90 1983-84 1983-85 1994-95 1997-2002 2002 1973-75 1979-80 1950-51 2003 1991-92 1970-72 1974-76 1982-84 1988-90 2001 1960-61 1979-80 1960-63 1977-80 2009-** 2003-06 2001 1995-96 2004-05 1954-55 1954-56 1995-99 1988-89 1987-88 1952-53 1998-00 1950-51 1995-96 1972-73 1983-84 1999-2003 2001-05 1986-89 2003 1988-92 1997-00 2005, 07 2003 1995-99 1950-51 1955-56 2007-**

Nannariello, Nastasi,

Joe Bob

1981-85 1976-77

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-N-

Negas, Newbold, Nicosia, Nuccio,

G. Armando Nick V.

1954-56 1993-94 1994-96 1952-53

Oakes, O'Connor, Ogden, O'Hare, Orrico, Osmond,

Earl Michael Ron A. William James

2004-06 1999 1978-82 1955-56 1983-84 1997-98

Pahira, Palermo, Pappalardo, Parisi, Parry, Parsons, Partica, Pascuzzi, Pasquale, Passarelli, Passaniti, Patricello, Patterson, Paul, Paulinski, Peltz, Pilla, Piovesan, Pisacreta, Pisseri, Podlovits, Porfido, Preyer, Probeyahn, Puglisi, Pugsley, Pullum, Purcell,

Mike Mark Marc J. Tom Stuart Paul R. John John Joe Joseph Dave Jonathan Edward Mark J. Ricky Michael Matt Richard Frank R. H. J. Edward J.C. Robert

2003-06 1975-76 1988-92 1962-64 2004-08 1984-86 1972-73 1950-51 1972-75 1984-85 2002-04 1980-83 1972-73 1977-81 1970-71 1997-98 1966-68 2003-04 1986-90 2002-05 1978-81 1981-83 1963-64 1960-61 1955-56 1969-70 2003-06 1978-82

Qualben,

David

2004-06

Rabinowitz, Racicot, Ralat, Rassman, Raymond, Reardon, Reduto, Reichenberg, Reilly, Reilly, Reis, Resta, Richardson, Rigoli, Riveles Rivera, Robinson, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Rogoff, Rolnick, Roemer, Rooney, Roos, Rose, Rosenblad, Ross, Rothman, Roy, Ruch, Ruchalski, Rudyanski, Runaldue, Russo, Russo,

Lawerence Tom Billy Harry Thomas Dennis Steven R. Brian Matt Dennis Joe Keith Matt Michael Alberto John Carlos Evaristo Michael Martin Russell Chris Jim A. James C. Neil B. Reggie Jonathon Joseph B. Brian Charles Chris

1983-84 1973-75 1980-81 1970-72 1991-95 1971-75 1992-96 1966-67 1994-97 2003-06 1980-81 1983-84 1997-01 2007-08 1996-99 1969-70 1996-98 1967-70 1995-99 2008-** 1966-67 1980-81 2009-** 1988-90 1952-53 1992-93 1952-55 2007-08 1966-68 2006 1999-00 1984-86 1952-53 1994-98 1987-91 1995-96

Saitta, SanAntonio, Sanchez, Sarkin, Savino, Scerba, Scheferman, Schmid, Schneider, Schneider, Scholl, Schoonmaker, Schult, Schultz,

John Thomas Silvio Jeff Anthony Greg J. J. Paul Joe David P. Ray Bill

1996-99 1975-79 1997-00 1969-71 1982-83 1995-96 1952-53 1952-53 1965-67 1988-89 1987-90 1966-67 1980-82 1970-72

-O-P-

-Q-R-

-S-

Sciarretta, Sciortino, Sconzo, Scott, Seckerson, Sellick, Shaw, Sheehy, Siano, Sicignano, Sidoti, Silvia, Slatest, Slepian, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smeriglio Soreca, Sparks, Spatkowski, Sprung, Stanley, Stefania, Sterlacci, Strenk, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sussina, Swiecicki, Szawaluk,

Michael Vincent Joseph Sean Timothy J. Derek Michael Frank Frank Michael Jim Steve Mark Jim Mike Sam William Jeff Vincent Austin Christopher A. Patrick Joseph Steven Paul Brent Richard J. John Robert

2008-** 1986-90 1978-81 1990-91 1975-79 1955-56 1990-92 2005-08 1998-2002 1982-86 1994-96 1970-72 1976-80 1985-88 2003 2001 1966-69 1967-69 2004 1978-81 1999-00 2007-** 1952-53 2002-04 1998-2002 2009-** 1980-82 1996-97 2009-** 1950-51 2000-01 1981-83

Taber, Tamburino, Tarantino, Tassi, Tatnell, Teserio, Theodoropoulos, Thomas, Thompson, Thompson, Tierney, Torello, Torres, Tortorello, Tosta, Tosto, Totten, Trinidad, Troise, Turchick, Turnbull, Turner, Turnier,

Justin Michael Lou J. Arthur John Simon John Howard Larry Dennis Mike Emerick Anthony Paul Michael Willie Rafael Frank John R. F. Kyle

1997-99 2009-** 2008 1950-51 1972-76 1969-70 1992-93 1970-72 1970-71 1986-88 1994-95 2007-** 1994-96 1990-94 1986-89 1995-97 1973-75 1987-89 1982-83 1981-82 1965-66 1954-55 2009-**

Valenti, Vallone, Van Riper, Vansaders, Vasoll, Vieira, Vigna, Vogl, Volin, Volz,

Paul Anthony Robert K. H. Kevin Mark Daniel M. Chris

1983-84 1993-97 2002-05 1955-56 1952-55 2007-** 1976-78 1997-99 1952-53 2002-05

Wachter, Wenz, Westby, Widmayer, Winter, Woods, Woodward, Wright, Wright, Wurm,

Troy Doug Charles Richard Kristopher Steven Doug Dale Kenny K.

1991-95 2006-07 2006 1981-84 1998-2002 1985-87 1977-78 1970-71 2008-** 1950-51

Zachmann, Zalarick Ziskind, Zrenda,

Robert J. B. Aaron

1992-95 1960-63 1952-53 2007-08

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-W-

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PACE HALL OF FAME Member

Amy Acker Bert Brisbane Mike Buonassisi Fred Calaicone Frank Calderone Jim Crowley Jennifer DiMaggio Ignatius DuBuisson Kevin Enterlein Peter X. Finnerty Kevin Gallagher Gail Gallagher Traditi Anthony Gioffre Darrell J. Halloran

Years at Pace Inducted

1984-88 1988-1992 1973-76 1981-2000 1972-75 1952-56 1984-88 1951-54 1985-87 1948-88 1972-75 1980-84 1961-65 1983-98 Rebecca Hanson-Chenard 1990-94 Tracy Jackson 1983-85 Joseph Kesselmark 1983-86 Thomas McCormick 1949-53 Thomas J. McDonald 1982-84 Tom McKenna 1968-72 George Maier 1978-1988 Amy Mayor 1994-97 Mike Pisacreta 1986-90 Ramona Polvere 1978-99 Paula Santos 1991-95 Vincent Soreca 1978-1981 Andrew Wasik 1998-2001 Mark Weinger 1964-68 Gene Westmoreland 1963-80

2000 2006 2001 2002 2004 2000 1997 1997 2008 1997 2002 2002 1997 1998 2004 1998 1998 2001 1997 1999 2006 2008 2000 2000 2000 2006 2008 1998 1999

Dr. Susan K. Wirth Doug Woodward Greg Zorila

1999 1999 2004

1978-86 1976-79 1967-70

Sport Played/Coached

W. Basketball M. Basketball Football Baseball Coach Baseball M. Basketball W. Basketball M. Basketball Football Administration/Coach Baseball Softball, Volleyball M. Basketball, Baseball M. Basketball Coach W. Basketball W. Basketball Baseball M. Basketball Baseball M. Basketball Football Coach W. Volleyball Baseball W. Tennis Coach Softball Baseball M. Lacrosse Fencing Baseball, M. Basketball, Golf, Cross Country, Administration Administration Football Golf

Peter Finnerty

Gene Westmoreland

Fred Calaicone

Anthony Gioffre

Joe Kesselmark

Mike Pisacreta

TJ MacDonald

Frank Calderone

Vincent Soreca

Kevin Gallagher

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SETTERS IN THE PROS

Earl Oakes Oakland Athletics ‘06

National League Atlanta Braves Mike Pisacreta '89 Chicago Cubs Bruce Hildebrandt '70 Mike Dieguez '94 Colorado Rockies Patrick Stanley ‘04 Florida Marlins George Kerfut '93 Houston Astros Bryan Hallberg ‘06 David Qualben ‘06 Los Angeles Dodgers Joe Kesselmark '86 Dan Kreuder '87 Brian Emmert '87 Montreal Expos Brian Finnerty '72 New York Mets Chris Bayer '86 Gary Collum '93 Mike Dieguez '95

Patrick Stanley Colorado Rockies ‘04

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David Qualben Houston Astros ‘06

Philadelphia Phillies Vin Soreca '81 St. Louis Cardinals Willie Espinal '89 George Kerfut '91 Ed Kehrli '93 Matt Arburr ‘07 Jack Cawley ‘08 Matt Rigoli ‘08 San Francisco Giants T.J. McDonald '84 American League Boston Red Sox Chris Bayer '85 Henry Manning ‘96 California/LA Angels Mark Mammola '91 Matt Reilly ‘06 Chicago White Sox Dan Monzon '89 Henry Manning '89 Mike Bohlander '02 Cleveland Indians Joe Kesselmark '89 Ron DiGiacopo '89

Mike Bohlander Chicago White Sox ‘02

Bryan Hallberg Houston Astros ‘06

Detroit Tigers Ron Lindberg '79 Ted Lawrence '85 Kansas City Royals Pete Capello '86 Minnesota Twins Howie Manzon '85 Tom Horicewich '92

Matt Reilly Los Angeles Angels ‘06

Mike Sidoti '97 Trevor Mosley '00 Joel Filipek '00 Mike Riveles '00 Joe Magri '02 Keith Makowski '02 Matt Reilly ‘07 Dustin Corbett ‘08 Patrick Stanley ‘08

Oakland Athletics Fred DeVito '78 Earl Oakes ‘06 Sean Scott '91 Seattle Mariners Rob Zachmann '96 Texas Rangers Joe Nannariello '85 Bill Findlay '86 Ted Lawrence '87 George Kerfut '89 Independent Leagues Gary Collum '94 Mark Mammola '95 Henry Manning '95 Rob Zachmann '95 Frank Chibbaro '97

Matt Arburr St. Louis Cardinals ‘07

Jack Cawley St. Louis Cardinals ‘08

Matt Rigoli St. Louis Cardinals ‘08


PACE ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS Baseball: NCAA appearances - 1977 (III), 1978 (III), 1979 (III), 1985 (II) Knickerbocker Conf. (Div. II) Regular season title-1983, 1984, 1985 Knickerbocker Conf. regular season co-champs-1981 Knickerbocker Conf. playoff title-1985

Softball: ECAC playoff title - 2002 Empire State Conf. title-1989 Hudson Valley Athletic Conf. regular season title-1987, 1988 Hudson Valley Athletic Conf. playoff title-1987, 1988

Bowling Conference title - 1984, 1988

M. Tennis Conference title - 1977, 1980

Men's Basketball: NCAA appearances-1991-92, 1998-99, 2001-02, 2006-07 ECAC playoff title-1989-90, 1990-91 NYCAC regular season title-1991-92 Mideast Collegiate Conf. Regular season title-1990-91 Knickerbocker Conf. title - 1964-65 NAIA Tournament appearance - 1964-65

Women's Tennis: NCAA appearances-1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998 Northeast-10 Conf. regular season title-1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 (co-) Northeast-10 Conf. playoff title-1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 NYCAC title-1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92 Metro Collegiate Conf. title-6 titles

Women's Basketball: NCAA Northeast Regional title-2000-01 NCAA East Regional title-1984-85 NCAA appearances-1984-85 (Quarterfinals), 1985-86, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94 (Sweet 16), 1999-2000, 2000-01 (Elite Eight), 2001-02, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 ECAC playoff title-1992-93, 1995-96, 1996-97 NYCAC regular season title-1990-91, 1991-92, 1993-94, 1994-95 NYCAC playoff title-1990-91, 1991-92 Empire State Conf. regular season title-1983-84, 1984-85, 198586, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90 Empire State Conf. playoff title-1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1988-89, 1989-90 Ranked #7 in nation - 1983-84 Ranked #8 in nation - 2000-01

Volleyball: NCAA Northeast Regional title-1998, 2000 NCAA Appearances-1996 (Sweet 16), 1997 (Sweet 16), 1998 (Elite Eight), 1999, 2000 (Elite Eight) Northeast-10 Conf. regular season title-1998, 2000 Northeast-10 Conf. playoff title-1997, 1999, 2000 NYCAC playoff title-1996 Hudson Valley Athletic Conf. title-1986, 1987

Men's Cross Country NYCAC title - 1989-90, 1990-91 MAC Conf. title - 1989, 1990 Women's Cross Country NYCAC title - 1991-92 Football Met Bowl title - 1978 (III), 1979 (III) Golf NCAA Appearances - 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 NYCAC title - 1989-90 Conference title - 1980

TRADITION

Lacrosse: Northeast-10 Conf. regular season title-1998, 1999 Northeast-10 Conf. playoff title1999 Knickerbocker Conference title1996 Ranked #9 in nation - 2002

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PACE UNIVERSITY ABOUT PACE UNIVERSITY

The Power of Pace

The Promise of Pace is the motto of Pace: Opportunitas. A remarkable array of living, learning and working opportunities await each student. This major University offers five undergraduate schools and colleges and more than 100 academic majors. * The Faculty -- The faculty at Pace bring practical experience in a discipline or profession to their classroom teaching. They know what it takes to succeed because they've experienced success themselves. Professors pursue research in areas that span the curriculum such as business, accounting, biology, communications, the natural sciences, health care, nursing, computer science, and education, among others. * Cooperative Education -- Take advantage of the University's extraordinary Cooperative Education Program, the largest and most comprehensive co-op program among four-year colleges and universities in the New York City area. Each year Pace places over 1,100 students in over 450 multi-national, national, regional, and local organizations. The opportunity to apply classroom theory to on-the-job settings allows you to assess how you feel about a particular profession. Also, you will gain a valuable competitive edge in the job market. One-third of the co-op students receive job offers from their co-op employers. * Open House -- We invite you to visit the University and form your own opinion of Pace. Talk to students. Attend a few classes. Talk to professors. Meet with the Admissions staff. Take a tour. During our Open House Days, you can get your first taste of Pace's environment through personal contact and first hand experience.

One University - Two Campuses

No matter what you are seeking in a college setting, you can find it at one of Pace's two different locations. Whichever campus you choose, you will also have the opportunity to take courses on the other campus.

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* Pleasantville/Briarcliff -- About forty minutes from the New York City campus, these two suburban locations, minutes apart, are administered as one campus. In addition to a serene setting, the campus is noted for its Environmental Center and the state of the art 75,000square foot, 17 million dollar Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center. Tennis courts, outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts and the Goldstein Fitness Center provide ample opportunities for athletics and recreation. The campus offers many living options ranging from three townhouse complexes to seven residence halls.

* New York City -- The New York City campus, located in lower Manhattan, offers the best of everything that makes New York special. A short walk from Wall Street and the famous South Street Seaport, our New York campus stands across the street from historic City Hall. Nearby public transportation makes commuting fast and easy. The 650-seat Pace Downtown Theater, right on campus, is the site of acclaimed student productions as well as concerts and performers as the Joffrey Ballet.

Extracurricular Activities

Students with a creative flair and a desire to communicate have no problem finding an outlet; as Pace sponsors two newspapers, two literary magazines, two radio stations and two yearbooks. Plays, concerts, and performances by professionals and amateurs also enhance student life. There is also an active Student Government Association on each campus. The New York and Pleasantville campuses each sponsor several fraternities and sororities. While the emphasis is on good times and bonding, these organizations also put their energies to good work by sponsoring community service projects. Pace offers the opportunity to participate in athletics, either varsity or intramural. The Setters compete in 17 varsity sports in the NCAA Division II and the Northeast-10 Conference. Pace also offers an equestrian program that compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.


GOLDSTEIN FITNESS CENTER

The Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center is the home of the Pace University Athletics Department. Construction on the Goldstein Center began on the Pleasantville campus on March 29, 2001 and was completed in fall 2002. The beautiful facility boasts a 2,400-seat arena, eight-lane swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness/weight room, aerobics room, walking/jogging track, training facility, concession stand, VIP room, equipment room, locker rooms, scoreboards and message center, athletics department offices and offices of the university's health care unit. The Goldstein Center contains 75,000-square feet of space that is home to the Pace volleyball team, men's and women's basketball teams and the swimming and diving teams. The facility gives Pace students an opportunity to compete in intramurals and recreation, aerobics and dance classes in addition to varsity sports. Memberships for use of the facility are available to faculty, staff and community members and can be purchased by calling 914-773-3275 or by stopping by the athletics offices on the main floor.

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THE STAFF

PACE ATHLETICS STAFF

STEPHEN J. FRIEDMAN President

Stephen J. Friedman became president of Pace University on June 4, 2007.

MIKE WINN Assoc. A.D., Operations

JAYSON SMIKLE Asst. A.D., Compliance

MICHELLE TOZZI Athletics Business Manager/ SWA

JOHN TAGLIAFERRI Sports Information Director

NOWALLAH JAMES Equipment Manager

JR POUNCEY Director of Intramurals & Recreation /Facility Manager

ADRIENNE SANCHEZ Admin. Assistant

MIKE BOHLANDER Fitness Director/ Strength & Conditioning Coach

ANTHONY RAMOS Marketing/ Promotions Coordinator

MATT FARHADI Sports Information Assistant

BARRY MORIARTY Head Athletic Trainer

DR. LESTER MAYERS Team Physician

DANA

LORISHA RAYNOR

HENRY MANNING Head Coach Baseball

JIM HARTER Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Friedman is a former senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLC, commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury, executive vice president at The Equitable Companies Incorporated and the E.F. Hutton Group Inc., and U.S. Supreme Court law clerk. He has been an active leader in the nonprofit world. Friedman served for three years as dean of Pace University School of Law prior to being named president by the Pace University Board of Trustees. During his tenure as dean, the Law School’s bar pass rate was the highest in more than a decade; the school’s national rankings improved; and in 2006 more than 91 percent of Pace Law School’s recent graduates reported full-time employment within nine months of graduation. Prior to becoming dean, Friedman was a senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, where he served as cochairman of the firm’s corporate department from 1993 to 2000. Before he rejoined Debevoise in 1993, Friedman was executive vice president and general counsel of The Equitable Companies Incorporated and its subsidiary, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Before joining Equitable in 1988, Friedman was executive vice president of the E.F. Hutton Group Inc. (1986–1988) and a partner at Debevoise.

SPORTS MEDICINE

Friedman also has served as a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission (1980–1981), deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury for Capital Markets Policy (1978–1979), special assistant to the U.S. Maritime Administrator (1964–1965), and law clerk to Justice William J. Brennan Jr. of the United States Supreme Court (1963–1964). Friedman is chairman emeritus of American Ballet Theatre. He also serves as president and a trustee of the Practising Law Institute, chairman and trustee of the Asian University for Women Support Foundation, and he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. In addition, Dean Friedman has served as chairman of the Overseas Development Council and chairman of the Securities Regulation Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and as a member of the ABA Special Committee on Lawyers’ Political Contributions. He has served as a board member of CCL Industries Inc., Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, ConRail, The National Association of Securities Dealers, the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Foundation, and United Way of New York City.

WASSERMAN

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Grad. Asst. Athletic Trainer

COACHING STAFF

Friedman received his AB magna cum laude in 1959 from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and his JD magna cum laude in 1962 from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of Harvard Law Review and a recipient of the Sears Prize.

CARRIE SEYMOUR Head Coach Women’s Basketball

SARAH DWYERSHICK

FRANK GRANIERO Head Coach Golf

MIKE IEZZI Head Coach Football

DAVE CARTY Head Coach Lacrosse

CLAUDIA STABILE Head Coach Softball

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

JOSEPH O’DONNELL

Director of Athletics Joe O’Donnell enters his 12th year at Pace as the University’s Director of Athletics. O’Donnell’s responsibilities include the overall management and operation of Pace University’s Division II athletics program that hosts 21 intercollegiate sports. O’Donnell also oversees the intramural and recreational programs on the University’s Pleasantville and Manhattan campuses.

TBA KRISTY SANTOIANNI Head Coach Equestrian Head Coach Cheerleading

During his time at Pace O’Donnell has overseen the renovation of Howard Johnson Hall on Pace’s Briarcliff campus, which hosts several coaches, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a training room. In addition, Pace also opened the Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness & Recreation Center. O’Donnell is also responsible for the initiation of the Pace Athletic Hall of Fame and Setter Club booster organization. Prior to Pace, O’Donnell held the postion of Director of Athletics at The American University in Washington, D.C. and Assistant Athletic Director at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas and LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has also worked for the Department of Recreation in Philadelphia and was a varsity soccer coach and social studies teacher at Father Judge High School in Philadelphia. O’Donnell currently resides in Ossining, NY with his wife Marie.

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WILLIAM NATLO Head Coach M/W Swimming & Diving

RICH CORSETTI Head Coach M/W Tennis

DAN ALTRO Head Coach Women’s Volleyball

PACE ATHLETICS QUICK REFERENCE DIRECTORY Joseph O’Donnell 914-773-3481 Mike Winn 914-773-3272 Jayson Smikle 914-773-3797 Michelle Tozzi 914-773-3650 John Tagliaferri 914-773-3888 JR Pouncey 914-773-3275 Now-Allah James 914-773-3283 Barry Moriarty 914-773-3998 Adrienne Sanchez 914-773-3412 Athletics Directory 914-773-3411


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