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SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE THIS IS SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT SUFFOLK ATHLETICS BOSTON EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM ROSTER TV ROSTER SCHEDULE 2018 PREVIEW WHAT RETURNS QUICK FACTS MEET THE RAMS COACHES 2017 REVIEW RAMS REFLECT: KEVIN BELSKIE CLASS OF 2018 RESULTS RECORDS HONORS & AWARDS POSTSEASON RAMANCA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 19 | MEET THE RAMS |

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TOMMY SHIMCHAK

20

ZACK ARESTY

52

KEVIN SINATRA

21

ANDREW ASHWORTH

53

GREG SPELIOTIS

85 | RAMS REFLECT: BELSKIE | 86 | CLASS OF 2018 | 87 | RESULTS |

CHARLES BATCHELDER

55

CONNOR TROIO

88

ALL–TIME OPPONENTS

23

TIM BRIGHAM

56

TYLER ZELL

89

YEARLY RESULTS

24

PARKER BROWNE

57 | COACHES |

91 | RECORDS |

25

BRADY CHANT

58

HC ANTHONY DEL PRETE

92

SEASON HITTING

SETH COILEY

62

AC JOHN O’BRIEN

93

SEASON PITCHING

30

BLASE CORMIER

63

AC JHONNERIS MENDEZ

94

CAREER HITTING

31

WYATT DUNN

64

AC MAC JACOBSON

95

CAREER PITCHING

32

JAKE FLAX

66

GA BILLY UBERTI

97 | HONORS & AWARDS |

MARK FUSCO

48

AD CARY MCCONNELL

98 ALL–AMERICANS

35

RICH GIANDREA

52 | 2017 REVIEW |

87 | POSTSEASON |

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RICH GILBRIDE

72 RESULTS

104 GNAC

37

ZACH GROGAN

73

LINE SCORES

106 NCAA

LOGAN HECKMAN

74

FINAL STATS

107 | RAMANCA |

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WILL HOPKINS

75

GINAC STATS

108

COACHING HISTORY

41

BEN ISAAK

76 GAME–BY–GAME

109

LEAD THE GNAC

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SHANE LAKE

77

SITUATION GAME–BY–GAME

110

TIMELINE OF TRADITION

TREVOR LEE

78

SUFFOLK HIGHS

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JOHNNY MAFFEI

79

OPPONENTS HIGHS

45

RYAN PORDES

80 SUPERLATIVES

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ANTHONY RIGA

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MISC STATS

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JOE RUFO

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GNAC OVERALL COMPARISON

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NICK SAN ANTONIO

83

GNAC COMPARISON

49

RYAN SARCIONE

84

GNAC REVIEW

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STEVEN SHAMNOSKI

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SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE Suffolk University is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian university located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1906, the University offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in its Law School, College of Arts and Sciences and Sawyer Business School. | ENROLLMENT | 8,046 Full– and Part–Time Students 5,565 Undergraduate Students 1,263 Graduate Students 1,218 Law Students 1,556 International Students (undergraduate and graduate) | FACULTY | More Than 91% Hold PhD or Terminal Degree 1:13 Faculty/Student Ratio (Undergraduate) 1:16 Faculty/Student Ratio (Law School) | FACILITIES | 9 Buildings Located on Beacon Hill and in Downtown Boston 80-Acre Riverfront Property in Passadumkeag, Maine 455-Bed Residence Hall at 150 Tremont Street 345-Bed Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall at 10 Somerset Street 281-Bed Residence Hall at 10 West Street 205-Bed Modern Theatre Residence Hall at West and Washington Streets | INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES | Our Own Campus in Madrid, Spain 54 other study abroad locations in 28 countries | SATELLITE CAMPUS | MBA-North at Riverwalk, Lawrence, Massachusetts | ALUMNI | 23,400 Law School 26,500 College of Arts & Sciences 30,400 Sawyer Business School 78,200 Active Alumni 2,100 Alumni with Degrees From More Than One Suffolk School

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SUFFOLK

| MISSION STATEMENT |

| VISION |

| CORE VALUES |

For the past decade, Suffolk University

For Suffolk University will be recognized as

· Student–Center

is a talent catalyst that recognizes and

a dynamic institution that fosters engaged

· Opportunity

develops student potential. Leveraging

learning, rigorous scholarship, innovative

· Scholarly & Professional Excellence

our location in the heart of Boston, our

thinking and community collaboration

· Sound Financial Management

faculty, staff and alumni work together to

across disciplines.

· Community Engagement · Social Responsibility

provide a student-centered experience. This diverse community builds on its

We will ensure that Suffolk graduates

· Diversity

dedication and excellence in education and

are versatile and prepared for modern

· Integrity

scholarship to empower graduates to be

society and the new world market. We will

successful locally, regionally and globally.

provide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities and professional mentoring through increased collaboration with alumni and community partners. We will recruit, mentor and support diverse faculty of teacher-scholars who are passionately committed to preparing our students to be leaders in the global community. We will inspire investment in a Suffolk community that is built on ethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork and cooperation.

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ACTING PRESIDENT

marisa

KELLY Marisa Kelly is the acting president of Suffolk University.

Before joining Ithaca College, Kelly served as dean and McQuinn Distinguished Chair of the College of Arts and

She has been senior vice president for academic affairs

Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota; senior

and provost since August 2014, responsible for working

associate dean, associate dean, and associate professor of

collaboratively to ensure the quality of the educational

Political Science at College of the Pacific, University of the

experience available to our students at all levels and

Pacific, Stockton, California.

both in and outside of the classroom, She has served as a distinguished member of the senior leadership team and

Kelly holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of

is especially committed to experiential learning and the

Kansas, an MA in Political Theory from San Francisco State

development of interdisciplinary educational opportunities.

University, and a BA in Government from California State University at Sacramento.

Kelly, whose academic discipline is political science, joined the University from Ithaca College, where she served as provost and vice president for educational affairs. As provost, Kelly works closely with the University’s three academic deans, the vice president for enrollment, the dean of students, the vice provost for student success, the vice provost for curriculum and faculty development, the associate provost for institutional research and assessment, and the chief marketing officer. |6|

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SUFFOLK ATHLETICS | MISSION STATEMENT |

| OUR SUCCESS |

The roles of Athletic Participation and Competition are

You’ll quickly learn that our coaches do more than just hold

viewed as an important aspect of the Suffolk University

practices. Many have reached coaching milestones that rank

experience. The Athletic Department and its professional

with their sport’s elite. Several have received conference

staff exist to serve the entire University community by

Coach of the Year awards. Each is committed to your

providing an environment for an individual to enhance their

development — not only as an athlete, but also as a student

quality of life through the value of sport and/or recreational

and a responsible adult.

participation. Many of our student–athletes saw that meeting a Suffolk Adherence to NCAA, ECAC, and GNAC Constitutions and

coach clinched their decision to attend the University.

Bylaws establish a commitment to sportsmanship, fair play and striving for individual and team success, all of which

In the past decade, Suffolk Athletics has enjoyed great

complement and reinforce an excellence in all academic

success at the team and individual levels.

pursuits. Student–Athletes need encounter an environment conducive to the enrichment of community life on campus

We’re collected multiple GNAC regular season and

and opportunity for community service beyond our campus.

tournament titles and made NCAA tournament appearances in several sports. Our women’s basketball team was named

Participants learn to compete effectively and with integrity

a Top 25 Academic Team for two consecutive years and our

in any setting, how to provide leadership, and how to be

women’s soccer team has been honored multiple times for

resilient defeat or victory. Lessons discovered through

sportsmanship and academic excellence.

athletic participation need instill and strengthen all aspects that contribute to success in both a Student–Athlete’s

In addition, ten Suffolk student-athletes have been named

undergraduate years as well as their future professional and

All–American in their sport and more have earned Academic

personal experiences.

All–District selections for their achievements in the classroom.

| WHAT MAKES A SUFFOLK STUDENT-ATHLETE? | Like our entire student body, Suffolk’s student-athletes come from across the nation and around the world. They shine on the court, course, field and ice as conference champions and all–scholastics. They travel their own path to get here, but arrive as team players ready to compete. They’re also stars in the classroom. More than 62% of student-athletes have a GPA of 3.0 or better and many make the Dean’s List.

| OUR TEAMS |

| WHERE WE PLAY |

MEN Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Tennis WOMEN Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

BUCKINGHAM BROWNE & NICHOLS Men’s & Women’s Tennis EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK Baseball Men’s & Women’s Soccer

·

REGAN GYMNASIUM Men’s & Women’s Basketball

· Softball

· Volleyball

EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK Men’s Ice Hockey

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BOSTON Suffolk places you smack in the heart of Boston, with countless activities at hand and unexpected opportunities around every corner. While Boston is full of history and colonial charm, with its cobblestone streets and colonial church spires, it is also a modern city whose liveliness is apparent in its ranging architectural styles, thriving industries, diverse cultures and

SUFFOLK

UNIVERSITY IS AT THE CENTER OF AMERICA’S GREATEST COLLEGE TOWN.

important art centers.

| A CHAMPIONSHIP CITY | For the past decade, no city can compete with Boston’s success and Suffolk is located right in the heart of it all. In fact, when the city’s teams win a title, their championship parades roll right past our campus buildings. The Boston Bruins and Celtics compete at TD Garden, just a five–minute walk from campus. Many Suffolk students have even completed internships there. Legendary Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is a short subway ride from our front door. And the five–time champion New England Patriots play at Gillette Stadium, which is easily accessible by the commuter rail. Some of the most memorable moments in sports history have happened in Boston and Suffolk’s athletic programs share in that great tradition.

| A COLLEGE CITY | Boston is famous for its robust student populations. With 200,000 students attending 50 institutions in metropolitan Boston, you’ll never find a shortage of book bags, coffee vendors, or intelligent conversation.

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EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK

| EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK | East Boston Memorial Park 150 Porter Street East Boston, MA 02128 Suffolk’s outdoor varsity sports — baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball — have had a permanent place to call home since 2015 East Boston Memorial Park. Under a unique private–public partnership with the city of Boston, Suffolk will use East Boston Memorial Park for its outdoor home games. In the fall, Rams’ fans will be able to take the Blue Line to East Boston and be right on top of the action in the grandstands as the men’s and women’s soccer teams take the turf field. Spectators in the spring will have the chance to watch Suffolk’s baseball and softball teams. On the days where both Rams squads are taking the diamond, fans will be able to support both teams as the fields are separated by the soccer field. Owned and operated by the City of Boston, East Boston Memorial Park is an urban recreational area and is part of the city’s 2,100–acre chain of parks and waterways that provides residents and visitors with clean, green, safe and accessible open space.

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MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center is Suffolk’s brand new, state–of–the–art, primer location the student–body, faculty and staff on the Rams’ campus to meet their healthy lifestyle needs. The fitness center is named for alumni Michael S. Smith ’61 and Larry E. Smith ’65 in recognition of their leadership philanthropy on behalf of the University.

| FACILITY INFORMATION | · 5,800–Square–Foot Facility · 13–Feet High Ceilings · 26 Cardio Machines

Treadmills, Elliptical, Trainers and Spin Bikes

· 1,200 Square Feet of Heavy Lifting Space

Free Weights and Benches

· 10 Units of Circuit Training Equipment · Group–Fitness Room · Fitness On Demand in Group Fitness Room

180–plus workouts from spin to yoga

· All–Purpose Center

Changing Rooms and Shower Area

| FACILITY HOURS | · Monday–Thursday

6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

· Friday

6:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

· Saturday

8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

· Sunday

12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.

The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center will be closed on all University acknowledged holidays.

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VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM

| VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM | Suffolk revamped its second–floor facility and made it a state–of–the–art weight room exclusively for varsity athletes in the Summer of 2016. Located on the second–floor of the Ridgeway Building, the facility allows Suffolk to offer sport–specific programing for all 19 varsity teams. The facility features two custom made Power Lift racks for a total of six complete racks as well as a variety of cable machines. The weight room also features two complete racks of dumbbells and other various machines for secondary leg and core exercises.

| FACILITY HOURS | · Monday–Friday

8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

· Saturday–Sunday

Scheduled Team Lifts

* Times are subject to change The Varsity Weight Room will be closed on all University acknowledged holidays.

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2018 ROSTER | ALPHABETICAL | NO. 5 27 33 13 31 4 9 24 36 20 14 23 2 6 38 10 15 18 7 45 17 28 3 1 26 16 19 11 22 35 21

NAME Zach Aresty Andrew Ashworth Charles Batchelder Tim Brigham Parker Browne Brady Chant Seth Coiley Blasé Cormier Wyatt Dunn Jake Flax Mark Fusco Rich Giandrea Rich Gilbride Zach Grogan Logan Heckman Will Hopkins Ben Isaak Shane Lake Trevor Lee Johnny Maffei Ryan Pordes Anthony Riga Joe Rufo Nik San Antonio Ryan Sarcione Steven Shamnoski Tommy Shimchak Kevin Sinatra Greg Speliotis Connor Troio Tyler Zell

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

POS. OF C RHP INF RHP OF OF 1B OF RHP RHP P/INF SS/P OF OF OF INF C INF RHP RHP INF/P INF INF OF C C LHP 1B OF OF/P

| NUMERICAL | B/T R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L S/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R L/R R/R

HT. 6–0 6–1 6–0 6–1 6–3 6–3 6–0 5–10 5–9 6–0 5–10 6–1 5–10 5–11 5–10 6–2 5-9 5-11 5–10 6–0 6–2 6–2 5–9 5–8 6–1 6–2 5–10 6–1 5–10 6–3 6–1

WT. 185 190 175 190 185 180 200 185 150 195 175 175 160 195 175 185 160 200 155 190 190 180 160 150 170 210 170 160 210 170 200

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM Wayland, Mass./Worcester Academy Nashua, N.H./Nashua South Shrewsbury, Mass./Shrewsbury Cape Elizabeth, Maine/Cape Elizabeth Shrewsbury, Mass./St. John’s Shrewsbury Warwick, R.I./Bishop Hendricken Arlington, Mass./Arlington Wayland, Mass./Wayland Gillette, Wy./Campbell County Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo Medford, Mass./Arlington Catholic Audobon, N.J./St. Paul VI Beverly, Mass./Beverly Morristown, N.J./Morristown Mechanicsville, Va./Lee Davis Old Rochester, Mass./Old Rochester Durham, N.H./Oyster River West Roxbury, Mass./Boston Latin Academy Falnders, N.J./Mount Olive Hingham, Mass./Hingham Hawthorne, Calif./El Segundo Westfield, Mass./Westfield Cedar Grove, N.J./Cedar Grove Cranston, R.I./Cranston West Bridgewater, Mass./Bridgewater–Raynam Pittstown, Pa./PIttstown Area Ramsey, N.J./Ramsey East Boston, Mass./East Boston Salem, Mass./Salem Shrewsbury, Mass./Shrewsbury Marion, Mass./Old Rochester Regional

POSITION Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant

| WYOMING | wyatt DUNN

| PENNSYLVANIA | steve SHAMNOSKI

YEAR Fourth 15th Third Fourth First

ALMA MATER Suffolk ’04 Northeaster ’94 Suffolk ’14 Suffolk ’14 Lasell ’14

| MAINE | tim BRIGHAM | NEW HAMPSHIRE | andrew ASHWORTH ben ISAAK

| CALIFORNIA | ryan PORDES

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

POS. INF SS/P INF OF OF OF INF OF OF LHP INF RHP INF C RHP C C RHP OF/P 1B P/INF 1B OF C INF/P RHP RHP OF OF OF RHP

| BREAKDOWN |

| BASEBALL STAFF | NAME Anthony Del Prete John O’Brien Jhonneris Mendez Mac Jacobson Billy Uberti

NO. NAME 1 Nik San Antonio 2 Rich Gilbride 3 Joe Rufo 4 Brady Chant 5 Zack Aresty 6 Zach Grogan 7 Trevor Lee 9 Seth Coiley 10 Will Hopkins 11 Kevin Sinatra 13 Tim Brigham 14 Mark Fusco 15 Ben Isaak 16 Steven Shamnoski 17 Ryan Pordes 18 Shane Lake 19 Tommy Shimchak 20 Jake Flak 21 Tyler Zell 22 Greg Speliotis 23 Rich Giandrea 24 Blasé Cormier 26 Ryan Sarcione 27 Andrew Ashworth 28 Anthony Riga 31 Parker Browne 33 Charles Batchelder 35 Connor Troio 36 Wyatt Dunn 38 Logan Heckman 45 Johnny Maffei

| MASSACHUSETTS | | RHODE ISLAND | zack ARESTY brady CHANT charles BATCHELDER nic SAN ANTONIO parker BROWNE seth COILEY blasé CORMIER |VIRGINIA | |NEW JERSEY| mark FUSCO logan HECKMAN jake FLAX rich GILBRIDE rich GIANDREA will HOPKINS zack GROGAN shane LAKE trevor LEE johnny MAFFEI joe RUFO tommy SHIMCHAK anthony RIGA ryan SARCIONE kevin SINATRA greg SPELIOTIS connor TROIO tyler ZELL

BY CLASS Seniors 5 Juniors 7 Sophomore 5 Freshman 14 BY POSITION Infield 7 Outfield 9 Catchers 4 RHP 6 LHP 1 Positional Pitchers 4

| HOW TO SAY IT | 5 zack ARESTY are–s–tea 9 seth COILEY koi–lee 14 mark FUSCO fusk–o 23 rich GIANDREA gee–on–dre–ah 16 steven SHAMNOSKI sham–noss–key 17 ryan PORDES poor–diss 19 tommy SHIMCHAK sim–chak 22 greg SPELIOTIS spell–e–otis 26 ryan SARCIONE sar–c–own–e 45 johnny MAFFEI maff–e HC anthony DEL PRETE dell pret–e AC JHONNERIS mendez ja–nair–is


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NIK SAN ANTONIO FR. · INF · R/R · 5–8 · 150 CRANSTON, R.I. CRANSTON WEST

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SETH COILEY SR. · OF · R/R · 6–0 · 200 ARLINGTON, MASS. ARLINGTON

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RYAN PORDES SR. · RHP · R/R · 6–2 · 190 HAWTHORNE, CALIF. EL SEGUNDO

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BLASÉ CORMIER FR. · 1B · L/L · 5–10 · 185 WAYLAND, MASS. WAYLAND

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WYATT DUNN FR. · OF · S/R · 5–9 · 150 GILLETTE, WY. CAMPBELL COUNTY

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RICH GILBRIDE SO. · SS/P · R/R · 5–10 · 160 BEVERLY, MASS. CHESHIRE ACDEMY

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WILL HOPKINS FR. · OF · R/R · 6–2 · 185 OLD ROCHESTER, MASS. OLD ROCHESTER

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SHANE LAKE FR. · C · R/R · 5–11 · 200 WEST ROXBURY, MASS. BOSTON LATIN ACADEMY

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RYAN SARCIONE FR. · OF · R/R · 6–1 · 170 BRIDGEWATER, MASS. BRIDGEWATER–RAYNAM

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LOGAN HECKMAN FR. · OF · R/R · 5–10 · 175 MECHANICSVILLE, VA. LEE DAVIS

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JOE RUFO FR. · INF · R/R · 5–9 · 160 CEDAR GROVE, N.J. CEDAR GROVE

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KEVIN SINATRA JR. · LHP · L/L · 6–1 · 160 EAST BOSTON, MASS. EAST BOSTON

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TOMMY SHIMCHAK JR. · C · R/R · 5–10 · 170 RAMSEY, N.J. RAMSEY

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ANDREW ASHWORTH FR. · C · R/R · 6–1 · 190 NASHUA, N.H. NASHUA SOUTH

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BRADY CHANT © SR. · OF · R/R · 6–3 · 180 WARWICK, R.I. BISHOP HENDRICKEN

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TIM BRIGHAM SO. · INF · R/R · 6–1 · 190 CAPE ELIZABETH, MAINE CAPE ELIZABETH

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JAKE FLAX JR. · RHP · R/R · 6–0 · 195 WYCKOFF, N.J. RAMAPO

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ANTHONY RIGA SO. · INF/P · R/R · 6–2 · 180 WESTFIELD, MASS. WESTFIELD

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ZACK ARESTY SO. · OF · R/R · 6–0 · 185 WAYLAND, MASS. WORCESTER ACADEMY

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MARK FUSCO © SR. · RHP · R/R · 5–10 · 175 MEDFORD, MASS. ARLINGTON CATHOLIC

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TYLER ZELL JR. · OF/P · R/R · 6–1 · 200 MARION, MASS. OLD ROCHESTER REGIONAL

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PARKER BROWNE FR. · RHP · R/R · 6–3 · 185 SHREWSBURY, MASS. ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY

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ZACH GROGAN JR. · OF · R/R · 5–11 · 195 MORRISTOWN, N.J. MMORRISTOWN

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BEN ISAAK FR. · INF · R/R · 5–9 · 160 DURHAM, N.H. OYSTER RIVER

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GREG SPELIOTIS © SR. · 1B · R/R · 5–10 · 210 SALEM, MASS. SALEM

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CHARLES BATCHELDER JR. · RHP · R/R · 6–0 · 175 SHREWSBURY, MASS. SHREWSBURY

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TREVOR LEE SR. · INF · L/R · 5–10 · 155 FLANDERS, N.J. MOUNT OLIVE

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STEVEN SHAMNOSKI FR. · C · R/R · 6–2 · 210 PITTSTOWN, PA. PITTSTOWN AREA

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RICH GIANDREA FR. · P/INF · R/R · 6–1 · 175 AUDOBON, N.J. ST. PAUL VI

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CONNOR TROIO SO. · OF · L/R · 6–3 · 170 SHREWSBURY, MASS. SHREWSBURY

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JOHNNY MAFFEI FR. · RHP · R/R · 6–0 · 190 HINGHAM, MASS. HINGHAM

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SCHEDULE | 2018 SCHEDULE |

| A LOOK AT 2017 SLATE | Suffolk’s 40-game schedule centers around its 14-contest

The Rams will get their first taste of top talent at the

conference slate with the 71st season’s first pitch scheduled

RussMatt Central Florida Invitational over Spring Break

to take place in the Sunshine State at the RussMatt Central

(March 9-17), as it faces St. John Fisher (RV) and #19 TCNJ,

Florida Invitational. After the Rams’ nine-day Spring Break

before returning to New England where it will take on the

trip, the team heads back to New England to battle a handful

likes of #1 UMass Boston, #21 Wheaton, #24 Salve Regina and

of local foes, before turnings its weekend attention to league

Tufts, who is receiving votes in the national poll, and Babson,

play.

also a 2017 NCAA participant.

| NON–LEAGUE LOOK |

Suffolk will also renew rivalries with Nichols and Western

Suffolk’s 14-game conference schedule is built around 26

New England this campaign and continue the yearly

non-league matches featuring seven schools from the 2017

meetings with Curry, Endicott, UMass Dartmouth, Mass

NCAA Regional field, six of which can be found on Week 2 of

Maritime, MIT, and Rhode Island College.

D3Baseball.com/NCWBA’s Top 25.

* — GNAC | # — RUSSMATT CENTRAL FLORIDA INVIATIONAL | ALL TIMES LISTED EST & SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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2018 PREVIEW The dream was finalized realized in the early morning of May 20, 2017 when the Suffolk baseball team fought–off then–No.

| 2018 GNAC PREASON POLL |

25 Arcadia in the NCAA New England Regionals to advance

PL. SCHOOL

POINTS (FPV)

2017 (GNAC)

in the winner’s bracket for the school’s first time at the

1. Suffolk

62 (6)

28–17 (12-2)

national regional tournament.

2. St. Joseph’s (Maine) 56 (2)

31–8 (13–1)

3. Johnson & Wales

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23–19 (8–6)

4. Lasell

38

16–16 (10–4)

5. Albertus Magnus

30

10–21–1 (5–9)

regional championship despite six appearances since 2002

6. Norwich

21

12–24 (6–8)

and were just two games away last spring.

7. Rivier

19

3–29 (2–12)

8. Anna Maria

13

7–31 (0–14)

For two straight years the Rams held a spot on at the regional table only to leave with the bitter taste of disappointment in their mouths. They had never won a

Two days follwing the thrilling extra–inning, walk–off win, Suffolk had that feeling of defeat after seeing its ticket to the

chief rival, Saint Joseph’s (Maine), who grabbed the crown in

NCAA DIII World Series slip right out of its gloves. The Rams

five consecutive campaigns, 2010-14.

needed to take down Babson in the do–or–die game after falling to UMass Boston in the winner’s game the day before.

The task is no easy feat, but the Suffolk’s Class of 2018 look

Unfortunately, the Beavers eliminated the blue–and–gold, 9–1,

to lead the way and experience does have to count for

to end Suffolk’s season earlier than the Rams hoped.

something, doesn’t it? Suffolk’s five seniors anchor the 16 returning Rams who have been on the regional stage before,

Still, 2017 took Suffolk where it had never been before, and

however, with the loss of six every day starters, including the

last season’s juniors, now senior’s this season — Brady Chant,

battery of GNAC Pitcher of the Year and first–team all–region

Seth Coiley, Mark Fusco, Ryan Pordes and Greg Speliotis

selection Chuck Gibson and all–region catcher Matt Brenner,

— know the drill and look to lead the Rams back to regional

Del Prete brought in a wealth of new positional players and

crown contention.

an influx of arms. The skipper will integrate the 15 new faces — 14 freshmen and one transfer — into his team’s lineup.

In order to get back there, Suffolk needs to gain GNAC glory once again and are favored to do so. Each of Anthony Del

Headlining the incomers at Suffolk’s most experienced

Prete’s three previous seasons on the Suffolk’s bench have

position, outfield, are Will Hopkins and Ryan Sarcione.

ended with the Rams raising a league banner and 2018 looks

The duo joins the ranks of D3Baseball.com Preseason All–

to be no different as the three–year head coach’s conference

American second–team selection, centerfielder Chant and

counterparts chose the blue–and–gold to four–peat.

two–time all–conference honoree, left fielder Coiley. Chant has been instrumental to Suffolk’s success over the previous

Coming off what was arguably one of the finest seasons in

three seasons with a pair of all–Am=erican nods and multiple

program history — had 28 victories, topped the GNAC for

all–region and all–conference accolades to prove it. He

the third year in a row and won a pair of games in the NCAA

returns to the Bay State for his final run after leading the

Tournament, the Rams look to do what know Suffolk squad

nation in triples (12), New England in total bases (118) and the

has done before, bring the conference back to Beacon Hill for

team in runs (47), hits (69), doubles (13), jacks (4) and stolen

the fourth year in a row. Only one team has won four straight

bases (17) a year ago. Coiley, meanwhile, enters his senior

titles since the GNAC commenced baseball play — the Rams’

season following a 38–hit, 24–RBI, campaign.

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2018 PREVIEW | WHAT RETURNS? | WHEN IT COMES TO STATS... STATISTICS 2017 RETURNING LOST % RETURN HITTING At Bats 1491 545 946 .366 Runs 326 136 190 .417 Hits 445 160 285 .360 Doubles 78 32 46 .410 Triples 32 17 15 .531 Homers 12 5 7 .417 RIB 300 103 197 .343 Total Bases 623 241 382 .381 Stolen Bases 62 34 28 .548 FIELDING Putouts 1117 279 838 .250 Assists 448 63 385 .141 Errors 68 23 45 .339 PITCHING Wins 28 15 13 .464 Losses 17 10 7 .412 IP 372.1 200.8 171.3 .540 Hits 415 227 188 .547 Runs 235 129 106 .549 Earned Runs 152 45 77 .296 Walks 152 45 77 .296 Strikeouts 252 134 118 .532 WHEN IT COMES TO STATS LEADERS (per game) CATEGORY STAT LEADER HITTING At Bats 191 Chant Runs 47 Chant Hits 69 Chant Doubles 13 Chant Triples 12 Chant Homers 4 Chant RBI 35 Chant Total Bases 118 Chant Stolen Bases 17 Chant FIELDING Putouts 134 Chant Assists 33 Lee Errors 5 Lee PITCHING Appearances 11 Fusco Pordes Zell Wins 7 Pordes Losses 4 Fusco IP 76.0 Pordes Hits 79 Pordes Runs 35 Sinatra Earned Runs 32 Sinatra Walks 22 Pordes Strikeouts 54 Pordes

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On the hill, Gibson’s presence will be missed, but the Rams still welcome back 53.6 percent (15–28) of last year’s wins and 53.2 percent (198.1–372.1) of innings pitching. Leading the 11-man staff is senior standout Pordes (7–1, 3.20 ERA), who led the way in innings pitched (76.0) and strikeouts (54) in 2017. Classmate Fusco is also back after making three starts and 11 appearances last year. Throughout his career, the RHP has worked 75.0 innings, sat down 48 hitters and owns a 2.64 ERA. Southpaw Kevin Sinatra will also bolster the Rams options on the bump, while Charles Batchelder and Tyler Zell could each see increased innings from a year ago. Fresh arms of rookies Johnny Maffei, Parker Browne and Rich Giandrea will add depth on the bump as well. Suffolk’s infield will feature a bevy of young players comprised primarily of rookies and sophomores. Trevor Lee is the most experienced infielder with 36 games in the middle infield, predominately at second. Sophomore transfer Rich Gilbride looks to take over the most demanding defensive position, which was held down the past three seasons by Sean Cameron. Gilbride makes his debut in Boston after a one–year stint at Siena. Rookies Blasé Cormier is a candidate to take over first with his classmates Giandrea and Joe Rufo also looking to fill the infield voids. Behind the plate, four student–athletes have large shoes to fill in the replacement of Brenner. Freshmen Andrew Ashworth, Shane Lake and Steven Shamnoski and junior Tommy Shimchak are all battling to become the Rams starting backstop. With multiple big bats from last year missing, the designated hitter may play a crucial competent to Suffolk’s offensive makeup. Speliotis got the job done last year with a .479 on–base percentage in the five-hold and looks to do so again for his senior season.


2018 PREVIEW | RAMS ROSTER |

| MONUMENTAL MILESTONES |

Suffolk’s 31–man roster is comprised of five seniors, seven

The Rams look to join Division III Baseball elite company this

juniors, five sophomores, and 14 freshmen.

season with the program’s 1000th win. Of the 385 active baseball programs in D3 only 64 have surpassed 1K victories.

Sixteen Rams return from the 2017 GNAC Champion squad,

Suffolk is 15 wins shy of the milestone.

while 15 newcomers — 14 true rookies and one sophomore transfer — joining the ranks.

Entering his fourth season at Suffolk and overall as a head coach, Anthony Del Prete is 21 victories away from his 100th

Position wise, Suffolk boasts 20 fielders — two first basemen,

with a 79–56 ledger. If he accomplishes the feat this year, he

four catchers, five infielders and nine outfielders — and 11

will be the fastest coach in Suffolk baseball history to record

hurlers — seven exclusive and a quarter of positional pitchers

100 wins as the Rams’ manager.

with 10 RHP and one southpaw. | CHANT CHASES HISTORY | | RAMS ROSTER |

Brady Chant enters his final campaign in Suffolk blue–

A trio of seniors have been selected as Suffolk’s captains this

and–gold already scattered throughout the Rams’ record

season in Brady Chant, Mark Fusco and Greg Speliotis.

books, but looks to do more damage as a senior in 2018. The D3Baseball.com Preseason All–American has a chance to

| ON THE BENCH |

break every offensive record in program history and already

Anthony Del Prete was named the sixth head coach in

leads the way in all–time triples with 22. The centerfielder

Suffolk baseball history in 2015 and enters his fourth season

from Warwick, Rhode Island, became the 2017 NCAA

as the Rams’ head coach. In his three seasons as skipper, Del

Statistical Champion in triples (12) a year ago and led all

Prete has guided Suffolk to the program’s first–ever back–to–

players in New England in total bases last season with 118.

back GNAC Championships in 2015 and 2016, respectively, and followed that with a threepeat performance in 2017.

| PRESEASON ALL–AMERICAN | As he enters his final season at Suffolk, centerfielder Brady

| BACK–TO–BACK–TO–BACK |

Chant was recognized as a 2018 D3Baseball.com Preseason

Last May, the blue–and–gold hoisted the GNAC Trophy for

Second Team All–American.

the third consecutive campaign, marking a first in program history. Anchored by its senior class of Brady Chant, Seth

The 2018 D3Baseball.com Preseason All–Americans feature

Coiley, Mark Fusco, Ryan Pordes and Greg Speliotis, the

a remarkable mx of talented players across the nation and

Rams look to go for the four–peat and have been picked

are chosen from previous year’s All–American and all–region

do so by the league’s eight head coaches in the 2018 GNAC

nominations. Chant is the lone representative of the GNAC

Coaches’ Preseason Poll.

and one of six student-athletes from New England.

The only one other team that has grabbed GNAC glory in

He is the second–Ram to earn the recognition since the

four straight seasons is Saint Joseph’s (Maine), who won the

inception of the award in 2008 and first since Jake Cintolo in

league in five consecutive campaigns (2010–14).

2014.

Suffolk has seven conference crowns (2000, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2015, 2016, 2017) on its resume, the most among its conference counterparts.

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2018 PREVIEW | QUICK FACTS | | THE BASICS | Location............................................................... Boston, Mass. Founded...............................................................................1906 Enrollment......................................................................... 8,046 Colors......................................................... Navy, Gold & White Nickname............................................................................Rams Mascot................................................................................Hiram Affiliation....................................................... NCAA Division III Conference........................................................................GNAC Arena........................................................... Regan Gymnasium University President.............................................. Marisa Kelly Faculty Representative.......................................Gary Fireman Director of Athletics........................................ Cary McConnell Athletic Department............................................617.573.8379 | HEAD COACH | Anthony Del Prete (Suffolk, 2004) Record at Suffolk.......................................................... 79–56 Career Record..................................................................Same Baseball Office.....................................................617.994.6459 | 2017 RECAP | 2017 Overall Record..........................................................28–17 Home/Away/Neutral...................................... 11–2 | 9–8 | 8–7 GNAC Record.......................................................................12–2 Home/Away/Neutral....................................... 9–3 |7–3 | 0–0 GNAC Finish.................................................................... Second GNAC Tournament Finish...................................................First NCAA Regionals................................................................. Third | MEDIA RELATIONS | SID..............................................................................Amy Barry Office................................................................... 617.305.1756 Email......................................................abarry7@suffolk.edu Twitter..........................................................@Amy_BarryTen Mailing Address Suffolk University Ridgeway Building 148 Cambridge Street Second Floor Boston, MA 02148 | SOCIALIZE | Suffolk Twitter.................................................@gosuffolkrams Suffolk Instagram...........................................@gosuffolkrams

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| NEBJ PRESEASON TEAM | A week away from first pitch, senior centerfielder Brady Chant was tabbed to the 2018 Preseason All–New England Baseball Journal Division III Team. The team is NEBJ’s projection of the top player at each position picked from all the New England region programs heading into the 2018 slate. | ROAD WARRIORS | Suffolk will be put to the test often this season as it plays away from the friendly confines of East Boston Memorial Park in 16 true road games and 10 neutral site contests. The first fourth (10) game of the blue–and–gold’s season will be played on neutral diamonds at the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational in Auburndale, Florida. | THAT’S A FIRST | Suffolk will take the diamond against three fresh opponents this season in the competition of Brockport, Illinois Wesleyan and Stockton. | UNBEATEN | Since 1968, Suffolk has taken the field against 166 opponents. The Rams have not dropped a game to 42 of their all–time competition to hold an unbeaten record against .253 percent of their all–time foes. This season, Suffolk will attempt to remain undefeated against Albion and St. John Fisher. | DOUBLE DIP | Three of Suffolk’s contests – host Endicott (April 4), Johnson & Wales (April 14) and Rivier (April 22) will be part of a Rams’ doubleheader as the Suffolk baseball team will host Saint Joseph’s across East Boston Memorial Park on those same dates. | GEORGRAPHY 101 | The 2018 Rams hail from nine different states. There are 16 Rams that call Massachusetts home and six pack of student-athletes from both New Jersey. A duo hails from both New Hampshire and Rhode Island, with California, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wyoming all represented by one Suffolk student apiece.


SEASON 2017 TOTALS

AVG GP-GS AB .200 16–1 10 .200 16–1 10

R 4 4

H 2 2

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 1 1 0 5 5 .500 1 1 0 5 5 .500

BB 1 1

HBP 0 0

SO 5 5

GDP OB% 0 .273 0 .273

SF SH SB–ATT 0 0 0–0 0 0 0–0

PO 9 9

A 1 1

E 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000

| 2017 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 16 games … Had a pair of hits — one double and one triple … Totaled five RBI … Entered the game as a pinch runner and scored versus No. 9 St. John Fisher in his collegiate debut … Pinch ran for teammate, Coiley, against Montclair State … Swapped places on the bases to run versus Washington … Started in left field against Rutgers Camden … Crossed home plate against No. 13 TCNJ … Finished out the game in left field at Salem State … Finished the last few innings in left field at UMass Boston … Earned one RBI on a walk in the series against Rivier … Pinch ran at Eastern Connecticut State … Doubled and hit a triple to bring in four runs in the series with Anna Maria … Entered the game in left field against Western New England … Worked in as a pinch hitter at Endicott… Batted once against No. 13/18 Salve Regina… Pinch hit at Bates. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WORCESTER ACADEMY · WAYLAND | Three–year letterwinner and served as captain as a senior … Two–time Wayland Team MVP (2014 & 2015) … Two–time DCL All–Star (2014, 2015) … All-League DCL selection in 2015.

CAREER HIGHS HITS.......................................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 DOUBLES................................................................. 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 TRIPLES.................................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES..........................................................3, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RBI............................................................................3, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RUNS SCORED........................................................2, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS....................................................................................1, AT RIVIER, 4.9.17 HIT BY PITCH........................................................................................................... STRUCK OUT................................................. 2, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNT................................................................................................................ AT BATS.......................................................... 3, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 STOLEN BASES....................................................................................................... CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELDING CHANCES...................... 3, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 PUTOUTS......................................... 3, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 ASSISTS.................................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · NASHUA SOUTH | Letterwinner at Nashua South and captained the team as a senior.

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| 2017 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 14 games in her inaugural collegiate campaign ... Had a pair of hits in four plate appearnace for a .500 batting average and a .667 on–base percentage ... Scored five runs ... Went 1-for-1 in stolen bases ... Drew a walk and scored at Salem State … Entered the game as a pinch hitter at Emerson… Pinch ran in back– to–back games at Emmanuel… Entered the game in right at Curry… Scored one run as a pinch runner against Simmons in back–to–back games… Singled for a base hit in her sole at bat at Rivier… Hit a base hit to the outfield and scored against Lasell… Entered the game as a pinch hitter versus Mount Ida… Drew a walk in her sole at bat against Anna Maria… Pinch ran in both games of the doubleheader versus Framingham State … Scored one run versus Albertus Magnus. | ACADEMICS | Three–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · MANCHESTER CENTRAL | Letterwinner at Manchester Central … Coaches’ Award Recipient … Competed with

PITCHING ERA 2016 4.76 2017 8.57 TOTALS 7.24

W–L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB 1–0 6 1 0 0/0 0 11.1 12 6 6 3 1–2 6 2 0 0/0 0 21.0 33 22 20 11 2–2 12 3 0 0/0 0 32.1 45 28 26 14

SO 10 9 19

2B 3 10 13

3B HR BF BAVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 1 51 .255 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 106 .359 3 1 0 2 0 0 2 157 .324 5 1 0 3 0

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Worked 21.0 innings in six appearances and two starts … Went 1–2 on the hill … Sat down nine batters … Held down the mound for 3.2 innings against Gordon … Tossed two strikeouts in 4.2 innings at Eastern Connecticut State … Appeared on the mound for one inning against Western New England ... Allowed one hit and struck out one at Endicott … Sat down two hitters and allowed one run against No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Threw a season–high 6.2 innings versus No. 17/19 UMass Boston in the NCAA New England Regionals. | 2016 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in six games, pitching 11.1 innings ... Earned the win in his only game started … Had 10 strikeouts to tally a 4.76 ERA… Had his first collegiate appearance versus Gallaudet … Sat down two in one inning of work against Plattsburgh State … Shut down four batters on strikeouts in 2.1 innings pitched against St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Appeared on the mound for one inning at Eastern Connecticut State … Suited up at Curry … Earned his first collegiate win at Salve Regina. | ACADEMICS | GNAC All–Academic Team honoree in 2016–17 ... Five–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017) | BEFORE SUFFOLK · SHREWSBURY | Letterwinner in both football and baseball ... Captained the football team.

CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED........................................ 6.2, VS. UMASS BOSTON, 5.20.17 WALKS ALLOWED................................. 5, AT EASTERN CONN. STATE, 4.12.17 STRIKEOUTS....................................................4, ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 4.9.16 BATTERS FACED..................................29, AT EASTERN CONN. STATE, 4.12.17 FIELD CHANCES............................ 2, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 PUTOUTS............................................................... 2, AT SALVE REGINA, 4.25.16 ASSISTS............................................ 1, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 RUNNERES CS...................................1, 3X, LAST VS. UMASS BOSTON, 5.20.17

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SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .235 12–2 17 5 4 2 0 0 2 6 .353 1 0 4 0 .278 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 TOTALS .235 12–2 17 5 4 2 0 0 2 6 .353 1 0 4 0 .278 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000

| 2017 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 17 games … Had four hits in 17 plates appearances with a pair of doubles … Tallied two RBI … Singled as a pinch hitter against Rochester Institute … Started as DH versus Washington … Doubled and scored one run versus Rivier… Singled and crossed the plate for one run at Eastern Connecticut State … Entered the game for one at bat against Albertus Magnus … Scored three times and earned an RBI in the series with Anna Maria … Tabbed two at bats versus Western New England … Pinch hit at Endicott … Entered the game for one at bat against No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Started as the DH at Bates. | ACADEMICS | Three-time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ENDICOTT | Attended Endicott for the 2015-16 academic year. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CAPE ELIZABETH | Dual letterwinner in soccer and baseball at Cape Elizabeth … Two–year baseball captain.

CAREER HIGHS HITS........................................................................................................ 1, 4 TIMES DOUBLES...................................................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. RIVIER, 4,9.17 TRIPLES.................................................................................................................... HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES...............................................2, TWICE, LAST VS. RIVIER, 4,9.17 RBI.................................................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RUNS SCORED........................................................2, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS..................................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 HIT BY PITCH........................................................................................................... STRUCK OUT......................................................... 2, VS. WASHINGTON, 3.16.17 SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNT................................................................................................................ AT BATS.................................................................................. 5, AT BATES, 5.11.17 STOLEN BASES....................................................................................................... CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELDING CHANCES............................................................................................... PUTOUTS.................................................................................................................. ASSISTS....................................................................................................................

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY | Letterwinner at St. John’s Shrewsbury.

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SEASON 2015 2016 2017 TOTALS

AVG .283 .349 .361 .336

GP-GS 42–36 46–46 45–45 133–127

AB 138 186 191 515

R 20 49 47 116

H 2B 3B HR RBI 39 7 1 0 14 65 10 9 2 34 69 13 12 4 35 173 30 22 6 83

TB SLG% 48 .348 99 .532 118 .618 265 .515

BB 9 27 26 62

HBP 1 1 1 3

SO 36 28 27 91

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GDP OB% 0 .329 3 .433 0 .434 3 .407

SF SH SB–ATT 1 1 8–12 1 3 21–25 3 0 17–21 5 4 46–58

PO A 89 3 128 0 134 1 351 4

E FLD% 1 .989 1 .992 3 .978 5 .986

| CAREER RANKS | HITTING | #1 TRIPLES 22 | #4 STOLEN BASES 46 | #5 TOTAL BASES 265 | #7 WALKS 70 | #9 AT BATS 515 | SEASON RANKS | HITTING | #1 TRIPLES | #2 TRIPLES | T2 HITS | #8 HITS | #10 RUNS SCORED

12 2017 9 2016 69 2017 65 2016 49 2016

| 2018 · SENIOR | D3Baseball.com Preseason Second–Team All-American … All–NEBJ Preseason Division III Team … Captain.

CAREER HIGHS HITS................................................................5, TWICE, LAST AT BATES, 5.11.17 DOUBLES.................................................................3, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 TRIPLES....................................................................3, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 HOME RUNS.......................................................................................... 1, 5 TIMES TOTAL BASES..........................................................9, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RBI............................................................. 5, VS. PLATTSBURGH STATE, 3.14.16 RUNS SCORED........................................................5, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS................................................................................................. 2, 14 TIMES HIT BY PITCH.................................... 1, 3X, LAST VS. ST. JOHN FISHER, 5.18.17 STRUCK OUT..................................................................... 3, VS. LASELL, 4.15.15 SAC FLIES.............................................................................................. 1, 5 TIMES SAC BUNTS............................................................................................ 1, 4 TIMES AT BATS...........................................................7, VS. MONTCLAIR STATE, 3.12.17 STOLEN BASES.................................................................. 4, VS. RIVIER, 4.10.15 CAUGHT STEALING............................................................................. 1, 12 TIMES FIELD CHANCES...........................................11, VS. MONTCLAIR STATE, 3.12.17 PUTOUTS.......................................................10, VS. MONTCLAIR STATE, 3.12.17 ASSISTS.................................................................................................. 1, 4 TIMES

| 2017 · JUNIOR | NCAA Division III Statistical Champion in triples (12) and triples per game (.27) … D3Baseball.com All–American Honorable Mention … D3Baseball.com All–New England First–Team … NEIBA/ABCA/Rawlings All–Region First–Team … GNAC All–Tournament Team … All–GNAC First Team … GNAC Gold Glove … Started all 45 games … Hit a program–record 12 triples … Led all of New England with 118 bases, a number that stood third in NCAA DIII … Led the team in hits (69), doubles (13), triples (12), homers (4), runs (47) and stolen bases (17) … Brought in 36 runs … Put together a slash line of .361/.434/.618 … Team captain … Batted .500 with a single, a double, and a home run in the season opener against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Singled twice and scored one run versus No. 6 Ramapo … Had a season-high of 10 putouts against Montclair State … Hit both a single and a double against Dickinson … Started in center versus Rochester Institute of Technology … Batted 2–for–5 against Gordon … Collected an RBI on a sac fly versus Washington (Mo.) … Hit his first triple of the year U N I V E R S I T Y


against Rutgers Camden … Doubled and scored one run versus No. 13 TCNJ … Knocked a single at UMass Boston … Hit a two RBI triple for the go-ahead run at Salem State … GNAC Corvias Player of the Week (April 1) … Went 2-for-3 with one triple, one singles and two walks at UMass Boston … Batted .500 with two singles in game one against Norwich … Saw three plate appearances in the nightcap with Norwich … Tallied four RBIs on two singles, one double, and one triple in a doubleheader with Rivier… GNAC Corvias Player of the Week (April 17) … Doubled for an RBI at Curry … HeroSports.com DIII Offensive HERO of the Week (April 21) … Singled and scored at Eastern Connecticut State … Batted 3–for–7 with a pair of triples in the series with Albertus Magnus … Had a tremendous showing with three triples and three doubles in a twinbill with Anna Maria … Hit .333 at Rhode Island College … Reached base on a walk against Western New England … Lifted the team to a 7-6 win over Curry with a sac bunt and scored a run in the victory … Tagged a pair of singles in the double feature at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) … Tallied his 10th double of the season in a doubleheader with Lasell … Saw five plate appearances against UMass Dartmouth … Scored three of the nine runs in a twinbill at Johnson & Wales … Hit two balls out of the park at Endicott … Singled twice against No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Batted .500 with one triple in the GNAC Tournament versus Lasell … Went 3-for-5 with one RBI and one run in the GNAC semis against Johnson & Wales … Hit .500 (2-4) and stole one base in the GNAC Championships versus Johnson & Wales … Tallied a pair of doubles and a jack in a two-game series at Bates … Earned a .500 batting average at Worcester State … Singled off No. 22/18 St. John Fisher’s ace to open the NCAA Division III New England Regional Tournament … Hit an outfield single versus No. 25/RV Arcadia at regionals … Saw five plate appearances against No. 17/19 UMass Boston at regionals … Scored the lone run against Babson at NCAA regionals. | 2016 · SOPHOMORE | D3Baseball.com All–New England Second–Team … NEIBA All–Region First Team … All–GNAC First–Team … GNAC Gold Glove … GNAC Tournament MVP … GNAC All-Tournament Team … Appeared in 46 games … Averaged .349 with two home runs, 34 RBIs, and 49 runs scored … Led the team with 21 stolen bases … Drew a walk versus Salem State … Batted 3–for–5 with a triple against Montclair State … Went 3–for–4 at bat scoring two runs versus Gallaudet … Averaged .500 with a triple and two singles against Clarkson … Tripled twice scoring five RBIs versus Plattsburgh State … Stepped up to bat four times in the closer against Plattsburgh State … Scored once on two walks versus Westfield State … Homered as 1–of–4 hits against Ripon … Singled and scored versus UMass Boston … Doubled as 1–of–2 hits against Kalamazoo … Scored on a single versus Keene State … Doubled as his sole hit against Wheaton … Batted 3–for–7 in a doubleheader at Rhode Island … Hit an RBI single at Western New England … Singled as his sole hit at Bridgewater State … Scored twice on two singles versus Curry … Tallied two RBIs on two hits at Endicott … Stepped up to the plate six times in a doubleheader versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Scored three runs in eight at bats at Lasell … Tripled twice in three hits at Eastern Connecticut State … Scored three times in a 12–4 win at Mass. Maritime … Batted 3–for–6 with one triple in a doubleheader versus Rivier … Scored four runs after batting 4–for–7 in a series at Norwich … Named GNAC Corvias Player of the Week (April 18) … Drew one walk and scored at Babson … Stepped up to the plate five times in a single game against MIT … Doubled twice and hit a base hit single at Curry … Batted .500 in game 1 versus Johnson & Wales … Singled and walked twice against Johnson & Wales … Saw eight total plate appearances at Anna Maria … Batted a season high 4–for–6 with one double versus Salve Regina … Scored three times in an 8–2 win over Endicott… Singled at UMass Dartmouth … Tripled in his sole hit versus Albertus Magnus … Stepped up to bat four times against Albertus Magnus … Homered in the GNAC Quarterfinals against Lasell … Batted 9–for–13 with three doubles in three GNAC Tournament games against St. Joseph’s (Maine)… Appeared up to bat four times in the NCAA Regionals against Keystone … Scored once on a walk versus Wheaton in the NCAA Regionals. | 2015 · FRESHMAN | All–GNAC Third Team ... GNAC Golden Glove Outfield ... GNAC All–Tournament Team ... Started 36 of the 42 games he appeared … Finished the season batting .283 with 14 RBIs, 20 runs and eight stolen bases … Made his collegiate debut in the season opener versus St. John Fisher … Pinch ran against Concorida (Ill.) … Played right field against New Jersey City … Singled versus Southern Maine … Swiped one bag against Penn State Altoona … Appeared in a two–game series versus Roger Williams; hitting two doubles and scoring one run in game 2 … Made four plate appearances versus Fitchburg State … Played centerfield at MIT … Singled twice and scored one run against Salem State … Had four at bats versus Western New England … Scored one run on one hit in each of back–to–back games against Anna Maria … Singled at Endicott … Recorded one RBI, one run scored, one hit and one stolen base versus Lasell … Tallied four stolen bases, two hits, one RBI and one run scored at Rivier … Singled at Johnson & Wales … Started in centerfield at Johnson & Wales … Suited up for the Rams in centerfield versus Albertus Magnus … Recorded one stolen base, two hits, two runs scored and one RBI against Albertus Magnus … Made three plate appearances versus Lasell … Had two at bats at Rivier … Hit one triple and one single at Eastern Connecticut State, notching two RBIs and two runs scored … Had three at bats versus Norwich … Scored one run against Norwich … Recorded two runs scored on three hits at St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Started in centerfield in game 2 at St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Knocked in two runs on a single, scored one run and added one stolen base versus Albertus Magnus … Batted in one run on two hits and scored one run at Johnson & Wales … Singled twice, knocked in one run and added one himself against St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Made five plate appearances versus Johnson & Wales … Hit one single and one double, scoring one run and added one stolen base versus Johnson & Wales … Scored one run on two hits against Salve Regina … Recorded three hits, three RBIs and two runs scored versus UMass Dartmouth … Singled in each of back–to–back games against Williams … Tallied one hit in each of back–to–back games at Newbury … Hit one double at Endicott … Singled and scored one run at Endicott … Made four plate | 26 |

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appearances in the NCAA Tournament against Southern Maine … Singled versus MIT in the NCAA Regional. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time GNAC All–Academic Team honoree (2016-17, 2015-16) … Seven–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BISHOP HENDRICKEN | Letterwinner at Bishop Hendricken and served as captain in 2014 ... Led Bishop Hendricken to back–to–back Rhode Island State Championships (2013, 2014) ... RIBCA Senior All–Star Game ... Also lettered in soccer and captained the squad as a senior (2013) ... First–Team All–Division selection.

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CHANT LED THE NATIONAL IN TRIPLES LAST SEASON WITH 12 AND NEW ENGLAND IN TOTAL BASES (118). IN ADDITION TO LEADING THE RAMS IN THOSE CATEGORIES HE ALSO SAT ATOP THE TEAM IN HITS (69), DOUBLES (13), HOMERS (4), RUNS (47) AND STOLEN BASES (47).

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SEASON 2015 2016 2017 TOTALS

AVG .271 .250 .290 .270

GP-GS 29–21 45–43 43–40 117–104

AB 70 132 131 333

R H 2B 3B HR RBI 10 19 1 2 0 7 32 33 8 2 4 28 32 38 9 2 1 24 74 90 18 6 5 59

TB SLG% 24 .343 57 .432 54 .412 135 .405

BB 8 31 31 70

HBP 1 8 8 17

SO 19 27 38 84

GDP OB% 1 .350 1 .419 4 .450 6 .418

SF SH SB–ATT 1 2 3–5 1 1 10–13 1 1 4–4 3 4 17–22

PO 36 45 34 115

A 1 3 2 6

E FLD% 2 .949 3 .941 4 .900 9 .931

| CAREER RANKS | HITTINGS | 7 WALKS 70 | SEASON RANKS | HITTINGS | T7 WALKS

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| 2017 · JUNIOR | All–GNAC Third Team … GNAC All–Tournament Team … Appeared in 43 games … Recorded 38 hits — nine doubles, two triples, one dinger — 24 RBI and 32 runs … Tallied four stolen bases … Put together a stat line of .290/.450/.412 … Had one plate appearance in the season opener against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Stepped up to the plate once versus No. 6 Ramapo … Hit a two–RBI double in his sole at bat against Montclair State … Doubled versus Dickinson … Saw three plate appearances against Rochester Institute of Technology … Scored twice after hitting a single and a double against Gordon … Singled versus Washington (Mo.) … Went 3–for–3 against No. 13 TCNJ … Tallied one double, two singles, one walk and one RBI at UMass Boston … Walked twice at Salem State … Singled and walked once at UMass Boston … Scored one run on a walk against Norwich … Walked and stole second in the nightcap versus Norwich … Batted .500 with one triple, one single and two RBIs against Rivier … Scored three times in a 24–6 win over Rivier … Scored a fourth of the total runs earned (two) in the 10–6 at Curry… Batted 2–for–3 at Eastern Connecticut State … Contributed an RBI on a 3–for–5 effort versus Albertus Magnus … Batted 1.000 and hit for the cycle in the series with Anna Maria … Doubled and tacked on one RBI at Rhode Island College … Saw three plate appearances against Western New England … Drew one walk in three at bats and scored once against Curry… Singled and started in the outfield in a doubleheader at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) … Had a total of six at bats in the series with Lasell … Hit one single and one double versus UMass Dartmouth … Started in leftfield for the twinbill at Johnson & Wales … Drew a pair of walks in the two-game series at Endicott … Totaled two hits, three walks, and scored twice in the GNAC Tournament against Lasell … Batted 1.000 (3-3) in the GNAC semi versus Johnson & Wales … Earned a starting spot in left in the GNAC Championship against Johnson & Wales … Started and maintained a 1.000 | 28 |

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CAREER HIGHS HITS........................................................................................................3, 7 TIMES DOUBLES.......................................................2, VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 5.6.17 TRIPLES.................................................................................................. 1, 6 TIMES HOME RUNS.......................................................................................... 1, 5 TIMES TOTAL BASES..........................................................8, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RBI............................................................. 5, VS. PLATTSBURGH STATE, 3.14.16 RUNS SCORED......................................................................................3, 6 TIMES WALKS...................................................................................................3, 8 TIMES HIT BY PITCH........................................................................................ 1, 17 TIMES STRUCK OUT........................................................................................ 3, 4 TIMES SAC FLIES...................................................1, 3X TIMES, LAST VS. TCNJ, 3.18.17 SAC BUNTS............................................................................................ 1, 4 TIMES AT BATS................................................................................................5, 10 TIMES STOLEN BASES................................................3, VS. NEW JERSEY CITY, 3.8.15 CAUGHT STEALING.............................................................................. 1, 5 TIMES FIELD CHANCES................................................5, 3X, LAST AT CURRY, 4.22.16 PUTOUTS............................................................................................... 4, 5 TIMES ASSISTS.................................................................................................. 1, 6 TIMES


fielding percentage in the series at Bates … Advanced and scored on a walk at Worcester State … Hit a sac fly for an RBI at the NCAA Division III New England Regionals versus No. 22/18 St. John Fisher … In game two at regionals, singled versus No. 25/ RV Arcadia … Reached base on a single and scored in the NCAA DIII New England Regional versus No. 17/19 UMass Boston … Had four plate appearances versus Babson at regionals. | 2016 · SOPHOMORE | All–GNAC Third Team ... Appeared in 45 games … Batted .250 with four home runs, 28 RBIs and 32 runs scored … Recorded 10 stolen bases ... Batted a .333 with two RBIs at Salem State … Singled against Montclair State … Walked three times versus Gallaudet … Batted 1.000 with three hits and three runs scored against Clarkson… Doubled and tacked on two base hits versus Plattsburgh State … Doubled in his sole hit against Plattsburgh State … Singled for a base hit versus Westfield State … Drew one walk and doubled against Ripon … Went 3–for–4 on base with one hit and two walks versus UMass Boston … Drew one walk in his sole at bat against Kalamazoo … Hit an RBI double and scored against Keene State … Doubled for an RBI at Wheaton … Stepped up to the plate six times in a doubleheader at Rhode Island … Tripled and scored at Western New England … Drew one walk at Bridgewater State … Homered as his sole hit versus Curry … Smashed his second home run of the season at Endicott … Batted .500 with one single and one double versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Stepped up to the plate for four at bats against St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Walked a total of four times in a doubleheader at Lasell … Batted 1.000 and scored three runs with two RBIs at Eastern Connecticut State … Tallied three RBIs on two hits at Mass. Maritime … Appeared at the plate six times in a doubleheader against Rivier … Walked three times and scored once at Norwich … Reached base twice on two walks at Babson … Scored once on two walks versus MIT … Singled and walked at Curry … Stepped up to the plate seven times and walked during three of those at bats in a two–game series against Johnson & Wales … Scored on a walk at Anna Maria … Knocked a three–RBI homerun at Anna Maria … Entered the game as designated hitter at Salve Regina … Started in right field at Endicott… Finished the game in right field at UMass Dartmouth … Doubled and singled at Albertus Magnus … Scored once at Albertus Magnus … Batted 1–for–4 in the GNAC Quarterfinals versus Lasell … Appeared up to bat nine times in three GNAC Tournament games against St. Joseph’s (Maine) hitting 1 double and 1 triple … Scored once on a walk in the NCAA Regionals versus Keystone … Homered in his sole hit against Wheaton in the NCAA Tournament. | 2015 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 29 games … Hit .75 with 19 hits (one double, two triples … Had seven RBI … Scored 10 runs … Made his collegiate debut versus Concordia … Went 2-for-4 with one RBI and one run in a 7-2 win over New Jersey City … Knocked a double to bring in one run versus Husson … Tallied one hit, one walk and one RBI versus Southern Maine … Recorded 2 hits in four changes to go along with one run in the nightcap against Southern Maine … Contributed a pair of hits versus Penn State Altoona … Drew two walks and brought in one run versus Roger Williams … Had one hit to his credit against MIT … Appeared in the lineup at Salem State … Saw four plate appearances versus Western New England … Competed in the series opener against Anna Maria … Drew one walk against Lasell … Knocked a triple at for one RBI at Rivier … Went 1-for-1 to go along with one run versus Albertus Magnus … Brought in one run on a sac fly against Lasell … Saw time at the dish at Eastern Connecticut State … Had one at bat at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) … Scored one run at Johnson & Wales … Went 2-for-3 with one run against Salve Regina … Contributed three runs, two hits, including one triple and one RBI versus UMass Dartmouth … Tallied one hit in the series with Williams … Produced one hit in the doubleheader at Newbury … Drew one walk at Endicott … Went 2-for-2 in the closer at Endicott … Had one at bat versus Southern Maine in the NCAA Division III New England Regionals. | ACADEMICS | GNAC All-Academic honoree in 2015-16 … Five-time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ARLINGTON | Letterwinner in baseball at Arlington … Served as captain in 2014 … Two-time Middlesex League All-Star (2012, 2013).

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COILEY BOOSTED SUFFOLK TO ITS THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE WITH A 3–for–3 effort versus Johnson & Wales in the semis, which featured a pair of doubles, two RBIs and three runs scored en route to GNAC All–Tournament Team honors. Overall, Coiley the left fielder produced 38 hits, 24 RBI and 32 runs as a junior.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WAYLAND | Letterwinner and two–year captain at Wayland ... Named DCL MVP in 2017 ... MetroWest Daily News All–Star as a senior in 2017 ... Also lettered in football.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CAMPBELL COUNTY | Letterwinner and three–year captain at Campbell County ... Also earned varsity letters in football and golf.

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PITCHING ERA W–L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2015 4.06 3–4 8 6 2 0/0 1 44.1 49 25 20 12 23 10 1 1 204 .275 2 6 0 3 5 2017 DNP TOTALS 4.06 3–4 8 6 2 0/0 1 44.1 49 25 20 12 23 10 1 1 204 .275 2 6 0 3 5

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Missed the season due to injury | 2015 · FRESHMAN | Started six games and made eight appearances on the mound ... Finished 3–4 with one save, 23 strikeouts and a 4.06 ERA ... Earned the save versus New Jersey City in six innings pitched with six strikeouts ... Recorded the win against Penn State Altoona in five innings pitched and sat down three batters ... Worked eight innings on the bump at Western New England, punching out four ... Notched a complete– game win over Johnson & Wales ... Earned the victory over St. Joseph’s (Maine) in 6.2 innings pitched ... Pitched 6.1 innings with four Ks against Johnson & Wales ... Threw six innings at Newbury ... Appeared on the mound at Endicott. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · RAMAPO | Letterwinner in baseball and served as captain as a senior.

CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED....................... 8.0, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 3.31.15 WALKS ALLOWED..................................... 3, VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 4.26.15 STRIKEOUTS.................................................... 6, VS. NEW JERSEY CITY, 3.8.15 BATTERS FACED............................ 37, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 3.31.15 FIELD CHANCES................................ 5, AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 4.18.15 PUTOUTS.............................................4, AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 4.18.15 ASSISTS............................................................................2, AT NEWBURY, 5.3.15 RUNNERES CS.........................................................................................................

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captain

PITCHING ERA W–L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP HBP 2014 3.00 0-0 14 0 0 0/0 1 21.0 27 10 7 2 15 2 1 1 98 .314 0 4 2016 3.21 1-1 9 0 0 0/0 0 14.0 14 5 5 6 6 0 0 2 64 .269 0 3 2017 2.25 4-4 11 3 3 0/1 0 40.0 36 18 10 13 27 6 1 1 172 .237 3 2 TOTALS 2.64 5-5 34 3 5 0/1 1 75.0 78 33 22 21 48 8 2 4 334 .269 3 9

BK SFA SHA 0 3 3 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 7 7

| 2018 · SENIOR | Captain. | 2017 · JUNIOR | Worked 40.0 innings over 11 appearances including three starts … Went 4-4 on the mound … Tossed three complete games … Put together a 2.25 ERA … Sat down 27 hitters … Struck out two as the closers in the season opener against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Earned his first win of the season against Montclair State … Appeared on the mound for one inning versus No. 13 TCNJ … Came in as relief for two innings at UMass Boston … Threw for a complete-game, 0.00 ERA outing in a 3-1 win over Norwich … Had his first collegiate at bat against Rivier… Struck out a season-high of seven batters in a 9-2 win over Albertus Magnus … Started and threw six complete innings, sitting down five at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) …Struck out three in two innings of relief in the GNAC semis against Johnson & Wales … Came out of the pen at Bates … Earned the win on the mound versus No. 25/RV Arcadia at NCAA Division III New England Regionals … Tossed 5.1 innings versus Babson at regionals.

CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED....................... 8.0, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 3.31.15 WALKS ALLOWED..................................... 3, VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 4.26.15 STRIKEOUTS.................................................... 6, VS. NEW JERSEY CITY, 3.8.15 BATTERS FACED............................ 37, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 3.31.15 FIELD CHANCES................................ 5, AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 4.18.15 PUTOUTS.............................................4, AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 4.18.15 ASSISTS............................................................................2, AT NEWBURY, 5.3.15 RUNNERES CS.........................................................................................................

| 2016 · SOPOHMORE | Appeared in nine games … Earned a 3.21 ERA in 14 innings pitched… 1–1 overall record ... Six strikeouts … Threw one complete inning with one strikeout versus Gallaudet … Allowed only two hits in two innings against Keene State … Took the mound for 1.1 innings at Western New England … Had one strikeout versus Curry ... Earned the win at Lasell … Threw a shutout inning at Mass. Maritime … Struck out one and allowed only one hit against MIT … Completed two full innings at Salve Regina … Had a season–high three punchouts versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) in the GNAC Tournament. | 2014 · FRESHMAN | Made 14 appearances ... Finished the season with one save, a 3.00 ERA and 15 strikeouts ... Struck out two batters in as many innings in the season opener versus Gwynedd Mercy ... Threw for 2.1 innings against Wartburg and struck out two batters ... Notched one strikeout in one inning pitched against William Paterson ... Threw for four innings and sat down one batter at Wheaton ... U N I V E R S I T Y


Notched the save at Salem State ... Recorded one strikeout in one inning pitched versus Rivier ... Punched out one batter at Albertus Magnus ... Sat down one batter in 1.2 innings versus Norwich ... Pitched one inning and struck out two batters against MIT ... Threw for 0.2 innings, sitting down one batter versus Babson ... Appeared in Suffolk’s 11–3 win over Johnson & Wales ... Threw one inning in the GNAC Tourney at St. Joseph’s (Maine) ... Tossed two innings and sat down one batter against MIT ... Recorded two strikeouts in 1.1 innings pitched versus Bates. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | GNAC All–Academic Team member (2016–17) … Five–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ARLINGTON CATHOLIC | Letterwinner at Arlington Catholic and served as captain ... Two–time All–Star ... Boston Globe Player of the Week ... Also lettered in basketball and golf ... Captained the golf team ... Led Arlington Catholic’s golf team to three CCC Championships ... Three–time all–star in golf ... Also helped Arlington Catholic to a CCC men’s basketball title.

lastSEASON FUSCO GOT HIS FIRST COLLEGIATE START AS A JUNIOR AND WENT ON TO EARN THE NOD THREE TIMES IN 2017. OVERALL, HE THREW 40.0 INNINGS IN 11 APPEARANCES WITH THREE–COMPLETE GAMES AND A 4–4 RECORD. WITH 27 STRIKEOUTS AND A 2.24 ERA.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ST. PAUL VI | Four–year letterwinner and served as captain as a senior ... All– conference selection in baseball ... Also lettered in wrestling ... Made a district appearance in wrestling.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · SIENA 2017 | Began his collegiate career at Siena in 2017 ... Played 34 games, starting 21 ... Recorded a .257 batting average for 19 hits and a pair of RBI ... Scored 11 runs .. Went 2–for–4 on stolen bases. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CHESHIRE ACADEMY | Letterwinner in baseball ... Rated the No. 10 Prospect in New England by the Prep Baseball Report ... Named Team MVP after hitting .325 with 15 stolen bases in 2015 ... All–league selection ... Earned a varsity letter in basketball ... Also played for the New England Firebirds.

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SEASON 2016 2017 TOTALS

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT .294 15–2 17 5 5 1 0 2 6 12 .706 0 0 2 1 .294 0 0 4–4 .259 27–11 54 10 14 3 1 0 10 19 .352 5 0 16 0 .322 0 1 5–9 .268 42–13 71 15 19 4 1 2 16 31 .437 5 0 18 1 .316 0 1 9–13

PO A E FLD% 5 1 0 1.000 25 1 1 .963 30 2 1 .970

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in 27 games … Had a slash line of .259/.322/.352 … Recorded 14 hits, 10 RBI and scored 10 runs ... Stole five bags … Singled for an RBI in the season opener against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Batted 4–for–5 with a double and five RBIs against Ramapo … Recorded three hits, including one double, and one run scored against Montclair State … Tripled in his sole hit against Dickinson … Started in left field versus Rochester Institute of Technology … Scored one run against Gordon … Started and played a complete game in left versus No. 13 TCNJ … Drew a walk and scored at UMass Boston …Pinch ran for teammate, Coiley, in the top of the seventh at UMass Boston … Entered the game as a pinch runner against Norwich … Walked and singled for an RBI in the series against Rivier … Pinch ran at Curry … Scored twice and singled against Albertus Magnus … Picked up a pair of walks and singled in four at bats in the series with Anna Maria … Scored one run to contribute to a team win at Rhode Island College …Entered the game for an at bat against Western New England … Doubled for an RBI and scored versus Curry … Scored as a pinch runner at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) … Singled for one hit and laid down a sac. bunt at Johnson & Wales … Drew a walk to get on base against No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Entered the game as a pinch runner in the GNAC Tournament against Johnson & Wales … Ran the bags as a pinch runner at Bates … Score one of four runs in the 4–0 NCAA New England Regionals win over No. 22/18 St. John Fisher … Stole second against No. 25/RV Arcadia at regionals.

CAREER HIGHS HITS.................................................................................. 4, VS. RAMAPO, 3.11.17 DOUBLES............................................................................................... 1, 4 TIMES TRIPLES........................................................................ 1, VS. DICKINSON, 3.13.17 HOME RUNS..... 1, TWICE, LAST AT EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE, 4.13.16 TOTAL BASES...................................................................5, VS. RAMAPO, 3.11.17 RBI.....................................................................................5, VS. RAMAPO, 3.11.17 RUNS SCORED................... 2, TWICE, LAST VS. ALBERTUS MAGNUS, 4.13.17 WALKS................................................................................................... 1, 4 TIMES HIT BY PITCH........................................................................................................... STRUCK OUT........................................................................... 3, VS. DICKINSON SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNTS..............................................................................1, VS. TCNJ, 3.18.17 AT BATS................................................................................................. 5, 4 TIMES STOLEN BASES.......................................................2, AT SALEM STATE, 3.25.17 CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELD CHANCES............................................................... 5, VS. CURRY, 4.20.17 PUTOUTS................................................................................... 5, CURRY, 4.20.17 ASSISTS......................................1, TWICE, LAST VS. ST. JOHN FISHER, 3.10.17

| 2016 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 15 games … Batted a .294 with two home runs, six RBIs, and five runs scored ... Scored one run as a pinch runner versus Gallaudet … Had his first collegiate at bat against Clarkson … Pinch ran against Plattsburgh State … Doubled in his sole at bat versus Ripon … Homered during his only at bat against UMass Boston … Had one plate appearance versus Rhode Island … Pinch hit against St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Nothced one RBI, one hit, and two runs at Lasell … Earned two stolen bases at Mass. Maritime … Pinch ran with one stolen base versus Rivier … Had one plate appearance at Anna Maria … Pinch ran at Endicott … Had one hit for one RBI at UMass Dartmouth … Subbed in as a pinch runner in the GNAC Tournament versus Lasell.

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| ACADEMICS | GNAC All–Academic Team honoree in 2016-17 … Five–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · MORRISTOWN | Letterwinner in baseball and football … Earned captains’ honors in 2013 for both baseball and football.

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GROGAN HAD A CAREER SOPHOMORE SEASON, POSITING PERSONAL-BEST NUMBERS IN ALL CATEGORIES INCLUDING: HITS (14), DOUBLES (3), TRIPLES (1), RBI (10), WALKS 95), STOLEN BASES (5) AND RUNS SCORED (10).

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · LEE DAVIS | Letterwinner in baseball and track.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · OLD ROCHESTER | Letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at Old Rochester ... Named to the Superteam in 2017 ... Also lettered in track and captained the team as a senior ... Twotime Superteam member for track (2016, 2017).

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · OYSTER RIVER | Letterwinner and two–year captain at Oyster River … Also lettered in indoor track & field.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BOSTON LATIN ACADEMY | Letterwinner at Boston Latin Academy … Boston City league all– star in 2017 … Also lettered in hockey and captained the team for three seasons (2014-17).

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SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT 2016 .182 11–2 11 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 .182 1 0 4 1 .250 0 0 0–0 2017 .220 25–11 41 8 9 1 0 0 6 10 .244 13 0 11 0 .400 1 0 2–3 TOTALS .212 36–13 52 10 11 1 0 0 7 12 .231 14 0 15 1 .373 1 0 2–3

PO A E FLD% 4 3 0 1.000 56 33 5 .947 60 36 5 .950

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in 36 games … Put together a slash line of .212/.373/.231 … Recorded 11 hits, seven RBI, 10 runs and two stolen bases … Closed out the game at second base against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Started and played a complete game at second versus No. 6 Ramapo … Stepped up for two plate appearances against Montclair State … Singled and drew a walk versus Dickinson … Hit a base hit and walked against Rochester Institute of Technology … Walked twice against Gordon … Stepped up to bat three times versus Washington (Mo.) … Singled for his sole hit against Rutgers Camden … Stepped in at first in the bottom of the ninth at Salem State … Walked in his sole at bat at UMass Boston … Entered the game at first base versus Norwich … Walked twice and scored two runs in the series against Rivier … Drew a walk and a base hit at Curry … Scored a run after advancing on a walk at Eastern Connecticut State … Pinch ran against Albertus Magnus … Batted 3–for–4 with two singles and a walk in a doubleheader with Anna Maria … Entered the game as a pinch hitter at Rhode Island College and Western New England … Batted in two runs against UMass Dartmouth … Singled at Endicott … Hit his first double of the season versus No. 13/ 18 Salve Regina … Pinch ran in the GNAC Tournament against Lasell … Saw two plate appearances at Bates.

CAREER HIGHS HITS................................................. 2, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 DOUBLES................................................................. 1, VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 TRIPLES.................................................................................................................... HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES..........................................................3, VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 RBI......................................2, TWICE, LAST VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.27.17 RUNS SCORED...................................................................................... 1, 8 TIMES WALKS............................................ 2, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 HIT BY PITCH........................................................................................................... STRUCK OUT......................................................... 3, VS. WASHINGTON, 3.16.17 SAC FLIES...................................................1, VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.27.17 SAC BUNTS.............................................................................................................. AT BATS.......................................................... 4, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 STOLEN BASES.............1, TWICE, LAST AT EASTERN CONNECTICUT, 4.12.17 CAUGHT STEALING...............................1, VS. ROCHESTER INSTITUTE, 3.14.17 FIELD CHANCES...................................................16, VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 PUTOUTS................................................................ 13, VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 ASSISTS.......... 5, 3 TIMES, LAST AT EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE, 4.12.17

| 2016 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 11 games … Batted a .182 with one RBI and two runs … Batted 1–for–3 with one run against Clarkson … Had one plate appearance against Plattsburgh State … Pinch ran versus Ripon … Worked in one at bat against UMass Boston … Saw three at bats versus Kalamazoo … Suited up at Rhode Island … Subbed in to pinch run at Lasell … Went 1–for–2 with one run against Lasell … Appeared in the 10–0 win at Norwich … Suited up in a 16–10 win over Salve Regina … Pinch ran in the GNAC Tournament versus St. Joseph’s (Maine). | ACADEMICS | Five–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · MOUNT OLIVE | Letterwinner in baseball ... Racked in accolades in his senior season with 2015 Offensive Player of the Year, First–Team All-County, First–Team All-Daily Record ... Competed in the State Senior All–Star Game ... Also lettered in ice hockey. U N I V E R S I T Y


| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · HINGHAM | Letterwinner at Hingham ... Patriot League All–Star as a senior ... Named to the 2017 Lynn Invitational All–Star Team in 2017 ... Patriot League All–Scholastic selection as a senior ... Four–year Honor Roll student.

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PITCHING ERA W–L APP GS CG SHO 2016 5.68 2-2 7 5 1 0/0 2017 3.20 7-1 11 10 3 0/1 TOTALS 3.93 9-3 18 15 4 0/1

SV IP H R 0 31.2 47 23 1 76.0 79 31 1 107.2 126 54

ER 20 27 47

BB 12 22 34

SO 22 54 76

2B 3B HR BF 13 1 2 150 14 4 1 331 27 5 3 481

| SEASON RANKS | PITCHING | T6 WINS | #7 INNINGS PITCHED

BAVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA .359 1 1 2 2 4 .271 1 10 0 3 5 .299 2 11 2 5 9

7 2017 76.0 2017

| 2017 · JUNIOR | All–GNAC Third–Team … Led the team in innings pitched (76.0) and strikeouts (54) … Put together a 7–1 record in 10 starts with three complete games … Recorded one save … Tallied a 3.20 ERA … Earned the save in three innings pitched against Ramapo … Threw a complete–game against Rochester Institute of Technology with six strikeouts to his credit … GNAC Corvias Pitcher of the Week (March 20) … Started and threw seven complete innings at Salem State … Put together a 0.00 ERA through 8.0 innings of work at UMass Boston … Started and earned the win on the mound at Curry … Earned a 3.86 ERA in seven complete innings at Rhode Island College … Allowed only one earned run in a seven-inning, complete–game effort versus … Earned the nod at Johnson & Wales … Threw his second seven–inning game for the win in the GNAC Tournament against Lasell … Threw a seven–high, one–run, seven–inning game at Bates … Had a classic pitcher’s duel moment in the NCAA Division III New England Regional with No. 25/RV Arcadia; threw a season–high nine–inning shutout and sat down three batters.

CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED............................. 9.0, TWICE, LAST VS. ARCADIA, 5.19.17 WALKS ALLOWED...................................... 6, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 4.29.17 STRIKEOUTS........................................................... 9, AT ANNA MARIA, 4.24.16 BATTERS FACED.........35, TWICE, LAST VS. ROCHESTER INSTITUTE, 3.14.17 FIELD CHANCES.....................................................5, AT ANNA MARIA, 4.24.16 PUTOUTS................................................................................................ 1, 5 TIMES ASSISTS....................................................................5, AT ANNA MARIA, 4.24.16 RUNNERES CS....................................................................................... 1, 4 TIMES

| 2016 · SOPOHMORE | Appeared in seven games, starting five ... Earned a 2–2 record with a 5.40 ERA… Tallied 22 total strikeouts in 31.2 innings pitched … Tossed two strikeouts and allowed three hits in the season opener at Salem State … Threw a full inning against Montclair State … Worked for 4.2 innings on the mound versus Westfield State … Tossed eight strikeouts in six innings at Curry … Allowed six hits and had one strikeout at Lasell … Let up five hits and two walks with one strikeout at Norwich … Had a season–high nine strikeouts in seven innings at Anna Maria. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · EL SEGUNDO | Letterwinner at El Segundo … El Segundo Pitcher of the Year … Daily Breeze All–Area selection. U N I V E R S I T Y


SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .667 5–0 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 .667 1 1 1 0 .800 0 0 0–0 2 2 0 1.000 TOTALS .667 5–0 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 .667 1 1 1 0 .800 0 0 0–0 2 2 0 1.000

| 2017 · FRESHMAN | Put together a .667 average at the plate with a pair of hits in three appearances … Recorded one RBI … Scored a pair of runs … Entered the game as a pinch hitter against Rutgers Camden … Scored one run after working his way on base on a walk against Rivier… Played in his first doubleheader series against Anna Maria; singled in his sole at bat in the nightcap against the AMCATS. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Three–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WESTFIELD STATE | Letterwinner at Westfield … Coaches Award recipient in 2016.

CAREER HIGHS HITS........................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 DOUBLES................................................................................................................. TRIPLES.................................................................................................................... HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES........... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 RBI............................................................................ 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 RUNS SCORED................................ 1, TWICE, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS....................................................................................1, AT RIVIER, 4.9.17 HIT BY PITCH..........................................................................1, AT RIVIER, 4.9.17 STRUCK OUT.................................................. 1, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNT................................................................................................................ AT BATS................... 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 STOLEN BASES....................................................................................................... CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELDING CHANCES...............................................3, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 PUTOUTS..................................................................2, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 ASSISTS..................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CEDAR GROVE | Three–year letterwinner at Cedar Grove and captained the team as a senior … All–conference selection in 2016 … Competed in the New Jersey High School All–Star game as a senior in 2017 … Also earned three letters in football and basketball in captained the team’s as a senior … Two–time all-state selection in football (2015, 2016) … Two– time basketball all-conference honoree (2015, 2016).

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CRANSTON WEST | Four–year letterwinner at Cranston West and captained the team as a senior … Second–team all–state selection in 2016 … Named first–team all–division as a junior … Tabbed second–team all–division in 2017 as a senior.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BRIDGEWATER RAYNHAM REGIONAL | Three–year letterwinner at Bridgewater Raynham Regional.

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| ACADEMICS | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · PITTSTOWN AREA | Three–year letterwinner and two–time captain at Pittstown Area … Plains Junior Legion Sportsmanship Award recipient … Valedictorian … National Honor Society Historian … Honors with Distinction … Most School Spirited.

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SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 2016 .000 2-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 2017 .250 5-1 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 .250 1 1 TOTALS .200 7-1 5 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 .200 2 1

SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 1 0 .500 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 .500 0 0 0-0 10 0 0 1.000 3 0 .500 0 0 0-0 10 0 0 1.000

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in four games and made his first collegiate start … Started behind the plate and saw two plate appearances against Rutgers Camden… Walked for an RBI against Rivier … Scored as a pinch runner versus Anna Maria … Pinch hit against Anna Maria … Singled for an RBI against Western New England. | 2016 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in two games … Had his first collegiate at bat versus Clarkson … Walked in his sole plate appearance at Lasell. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · RAMSEY | Lettered in both ice hockey and baseball.

CAREER HIGHS HITS................................................... 1, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 DOUBLES................................................................................................................. TRIPLES.................................................................................................................... HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES................................... 1, VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 RBI............................. 1, TWICE, LAST VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, 4.18.17 RUNS SCORED........................................................ 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS.......................................................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. RIVIER, 4.9.17 HIT BY PITCH........................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 STRUCK OUT................................. 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNTS.............................................................................................................. AT BATS.......................................................... 2, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 STOLEN BASES....................................................................................................... CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELD CHANCES........................................... 4, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 PUTOUTS........................................................ 4, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 ASSISTS.................................................................................................................... RUNNERS CS........................................................................................................... U N I V E R S I T Y


PITCHING ERA 2016 1.23 2017 8.15 TOTALS 4.05

W–L APP GS CG SHO 7–0 9 8 4 2/0 3–2 8 6 1 0/0 10–2 17 14 5 2/0

SV IP H R 0 51.1 39 8 0 35.1 50 35 0 86.2 89 43

ER BB 7 14 32 18 39 32

SO 29 26 55

2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 4 0 2 209 .206 2 5 1 0 1 8 0 0 180 .327 7 7 1 2 0 12 0 2 389 .360 9 12 2 2 1

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Made eight appearances on the mound and six starts ... Went 3–2 ... Threw 35.1 innings and sat down 26 hitters ... Struck out three in 4.1 innings pitched against Montclair State … Started on the mound versus Rutgers Camden … Tallied six strikeouts against Rivier … Threw an impressive 2.57 ERA in a complete game against Anna Maria … Had a five-inning, two-hit showing on the mound at Curry … Started and threw six complete innings versus UMass Dartmouth … Threw three shutout innings at Bates … Earned the nod in the NCAA New England Regional game versus Babson. | 2016 · FRESHMAN | NEIBA Third–Team Selection … All–GNAC Second-Team … Recipient of The James A. Sartori Achievement Award presented by the East Boston Athletic Board … Suited up for nine games, starting eight ... Recorded a 7–0 ledger … In 51.1 innings pitched, earned a 1.23 ERA with 29 strikeouts … Picked up his first collegiate win with five innings pitched against Plattsburgh State … Allowed only one walk in five innings pitched against Keene State … Threw four strikeouts and only allowed two hits in seven innings at Rhode Island … Had a season–high eight strikeouts at Lasell … Struck out four and allowed just four hits in seven innings at Norwich … Had only one run scored against in three hits at Anna Maria … Threw six complete innings with three strikeouts at. Albertus Magnus … Came in for relief at the NCAA Regionals versus Wheaton. | ACADEMICS | GNAC All–Academic Team honoree in 2016–17 … Four–time AD Honor Roll selection (Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · EAST BOSTON | Tri–sport letterwinner in football, basketball, and baseball … Earned accolades across the three sports; Two–Time All–City Basketball All–Star … Two–Time All– City Baseball All–Star, East Boston High School Basketball Player of the Year, East Boston High School Baseball Player of the Year, East Boston High School MVP Award, East Boston Athletic Board Athlete of the Year in baseball and basketball, respectively. | 52 |

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CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED.............................................................................7.0, 5 TIMES WALKS ALLOWED..................................... 4, AT ALBERTUS MAGNUS, 4.30.16 STRIKEOUTS.......................................................................8, AT LASELL, 4.10.16 BATTERS FACED......................................31, VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.27.17 FIELD CHANCES....................................3, TWICE, LAST AT NORWICH, 4.17.16 PUTOUTS............................................ 2, AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE, 3.26.16 ASSISTS...................................................2, TWICE, LAST AT NORWICH, 4.17.16 RUNNERES CS....................................................................................... 1, 4 TIMES


SEASON 2015 2016 2017 TOTALS

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AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT .133 23–4 30 1 4 1 0 0 9 5 .167 5 0 5 1 .250 1 0 1–2 .219 23–7 32 8 7 2 0 1 9 12 .375 7 0 13 1 .359 0 0 2–2 .238 34–30 80 24 19 3 0 0 16 22 .275 36 2 27 1 .479 1 3 4–4 .210 81–41 143 33 30 6 0 1 34 39 .273 48 2 46 3 .410 2 3 7–8

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PO A E FLD% 5 1 1 .857 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 6 1 1 .875

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CAREER HIGHS HITS................................................................3, VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 5.6.17 DOUBLES............................................................................................... 1, 6 TIMES TRIPLES.................................................................................................................... HOME RUNS................................................................ 1, VS. CLARKSON, 3.13.16 TOTAL BASES............................................................. 4, VS. CLARKSON, 3.13.16 RBI...........................................................4, VS. PENN STATE ALTOONA, 3.12.15 RUNS SCORED....................................................... 4, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS............................................ 3, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 HIT BY PITCH.............................. 1, TWICE, LAST VS.UMASS BOSTON, 5.20.17 STRUCK OUT..................................... 3, AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE, 3.26.16 SAC FLIES.................... 1, TWICE, LAST AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE, 4.17.17 SAC BUNTS.............................. 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. ST. JOHN FISHER, 5.18.17 AT BATS................................................................................................. 4, 6 TIMES STOLEN BASES..................................................................................... 1, 7 TIMES CAUGHT STEALING................................1, VS. PENN STATE ALTOONA, 3.12.15 FIELD CHANCES....................................... 5 VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.30.15 PUTOUTS................................................... 4, VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.30.15 ASSISTS...................................................... 1, VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, 4.30.15

| 2017 · JUNIOR | Appeared in 34 games as DH … Had a .479 on-base percentage to go along with a .237 batting average … Recorded 19 hits, 16 RBI and scored 24 runs … Drew 27 walks … Tallied two RBIs and scored twice in the season opener against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Singled and scored versus No. 6 Ramapo … Singled and walked against Montclair State … Drew a walk and scored at Salem State … Reached first on a walk at UMass Boston … Singled and walked twice, scoring one run in the twinbill with Norwich … Racked up three RBIs in the series with Rivier… Batted .333, while reaching base three times at Curry … Drew one walk for an RBI at Eastern Connecticut State … Worked four at bats in a series with Albertus Magnus … Scored a total of six times in the series against Anna Maria … Reached base on a walk twice and scored both times at Rhode Island College … Drew a walk against Western New England … Contributed one RBI versus Curry … Scored one of two runs at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine ) .. Went 1-for-1 in the nightcap at No. 19/24 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) … Saw two plate appearances versus UMass Dartmouth … Registered one hit and one walk in three at bats at Endicott … Earned three walks and scored once in the 8-7 win over No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Knocked a double for a RBI and cross home once in the GNAC Tournament against Lasell … Had a season-high three hits (3-4), two RBI and scored once in the GNAC semis versus Johnson & Wales … Drew a walk in the GNAC Championship against Johnson & Wales … Had one hit and one walk to his credit in the series at Bates … Earned a pair of walks at Worcester State … Reached base on a walk to open the NCAA Division III New England Regionals against No. 22/18 St. John Fisher … Doubled versus No. 25/RV Arcadia at regionals … Went 2-for-3 and scored against No. 17/19 UMass Boston in game three at NCAAs … Saw three plate appearances against Babson at regionals.

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| 2016 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in 29 games … Batted a .219 with one homerun, nine RBIs and eight runs scored … Pinch–hit for one at bat versus Gallaudet … Homered in his sole at bat against Clarkson … Singled and walked with two runs scored versus Plattsburgh State … Doubled against Plattsburgh State … Appeared at the plate twice versus Westfield State … Pinch–hit against Ripon … Entered the game as a pinch hitter versus UMass Boston … Grounded out in his sole at bat against Kalamazoo … Doubled and scored in his sole at bat at Wheaton … Saw three plate appearances at Rhode Island … Scored one run after being walked at Western New England … Batted 2–for–3 and scored one run versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Scored on one walk versus Lasell … Entered the game as a pinch hitter at Eastern Connecticut State ... Batted .500 at Norwich … Played a complete game against Norwich … Stepped up to the plate once versus MIT … Pinch hit at Curry … Subbed in as a pinch hitter at Anna Maria … Saw one at bat at Salve Regina … Walked in his sole at bat at UMass Dartmouth … Appeared for one at bat in the GNAC Tournament versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) … Walked for an RBI in the GNAC Championship against St. Joseph’s (Maine). | 2015 · FRESHMAN | Started four of the 23 games he appeared ... Finished the season batting .133 with nine RBIs, one run scored and one stolen base ... Suited up against Concordia (Ill.) ... Knocked in one run versus Husson ... Notched four RBIs, one stolen base and two hits against Penn State Altoona ... Appeared in Suffolk’s 3–2 win over Roger Williams as a pinch hitter ... Played first base versus Fitchburg State ... Appeared as a pinch hitter at MIT ... Made one plate appearance against Salem State ... Knocked in two runs on a single versus Western New England ... Pinch hit versus Endicott ... Had one at bat against Lasell ... Knocked in one run at Rivier ... Made one plate appearance at Johnson & Wales ... Suited up for the Rams versus Albertus Magnus ... Appeared as a pinch hitter against Lasell … Started in left field at Rivier ... Suited up versus St. Joseph’s (Maine) ... Knocked in one run on one double against Albertus Magnus ... Had one at bat in the GNAC Tournament versus Johnson & Wales ... Made four plate appearances against Salve Regina ... Scored one run versus UMass Dartmouth ... Played against Williams ... Started as the designated hitter at Newbury ... Appeared as a pinch hitter at Endicott. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Four–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Fall 2017).

lastSEASON AS SUFFOLK’S MAIN DH IN 2017, SPELITOTIS PUT TOGETHER A SLASH LINE OF .237/.479/.275 HIGHLIGHTED BY THE RAMS’ BEST ON–BASE PERCENTAGE. AT RACKED UP 19 HITS, 16 RBI AND SCORED 24 RUNS AS A JUNIOR.

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SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .154 12–1 13 3 2 0 1 0 2 4 .308 2 1 3 0 .313 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 TOTALS .154 12–1 13 3 2 0 1 0 2 4 .308 2 1 3 0 .313 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000

| 2017 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 12 games and had 13 plate appearances … Recorded two hits — one triple — two RBI and three runs … Closed out the game in right field against No. 9 St. John Fisher … Subbed in as the DH recording one hit and two RBIs against Washington … Tripled in his sole hit against Rutgers Camden … Saw one plate appearance at UMass Boston … Reached on a fielder’s choice and scored one run versus Rivier … Entered the game in left field and scored once in against Rivier … Pinch ran to score one run versus Anna Maria … Tabbed two at bats in game two against Anna Maria … Walked in his sole at bat versus Western New England … Worked his way on base with a walk against No. 13/18 Salve Regina … Tallied a pair of at bats in the series at Bates. | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Three–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · TOWSON | Attended Towson for the 2015–16 academic year. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · SHREWSBURY | Letterwinner in baseball … Earned the Dedication and Excellence Award in 2014.

CAREER HIGHS HITS.........................................1, TWICE, LAST VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 DOUBLES................................................................................................................. TRIPLES........................................................... 1, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 HOME RUNS............................................................................................................ TOTAL BASES................................................ 3, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 RBI.......................................................................... 2, VS. WASHINGTON, 3.16.17 RUNS SCORED.............................. 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 WALKS............................................. 1, TWICE, LAST VS. SALVE REGINA, 5.1.17 HIT BY PITCH........................................................... 1, VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 STRUCK OUT................................. 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 4.15.17 SAC FLIES................................................................................................................ SAC BUNTS.............................................................................................................. AT BATS.......................................................... 4, VS. RUTGERS CAMDEN, 3.17.17 STOLEN BASES....................................................................................................... CAUGHT STEALING................................................................................................ FIELD CHANCES..................................................................................................... PUTOUTS.................................................................................................................. ASSISTS....................................................................................................................

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PITCHING ERA 2016 7.71 2017 6.23 TOTALS 6.55

W–L APP GS CG SHO 0-0 6 0 0 0/0 0-1 11 1 1 0/0 0-1 17 1 1 0/0

SV IP H R 0 7.0 8 9 0 26.0 28 23 0 33.0 36 32

ER BB 6 1 18 11 24 12

SO 3 18 21

2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 3 0 1 34 .276 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 1 128 .259 0 8 0 1 0 8 0 2 162 .263 0 11 0 1 0

| 2017 · SOPHOMORE | Threw 26.0 innings over 11 appearances … Sat down 18 hitters … Allowed one hit in 1.2 innings pitched against Montclair State … Let up only one earned run on one hit versus Washington (Mo.) … Struck out four in four innings pitched against Rutgers Camden … Struck out three in two innings pitched against Rivier… Allowed only one hit at Eastern Connecticut State … Tossed two complete innings versus Anna Maria … Sat down four in three innings of work against Western New England … Made an appearance on the mound versus UMass Dartmouth … Earned his first start at Endicott; threw 6.0 innings against the Gulls … Fanned out four in relief effort in the GNAC Tournament against Lasell … Came out of the pen at Worcester State. | 2016 · FRESHMAN | Threw seven total innings in six appearances … 7.71 ERA with three strikeouts … Threw one inning in his first collegiate appearance versus Gallaudet … Allowed two hits and one run in two innings pitched versus Clarkson … Threw a two–strikeout inning against St. Joseph’s (Maine) ... Walked one batted in one inning versus Eastern Connecticut State ... Stepped on the mound for one inning at Curry … Had one strikeout versus Salve Regina. | ACADEMICS | Two–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2014, Fall 2016). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · OLD ROCHESTER REGIONAL | Letterwinner in baseball and captained the squad in 2014 ... Two–time SCC All–Star (2013, 2014) ... Also lettered in football ... Led Old Rochester Regional to a SCC Championship.

CAREER HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED....................................................6.0, AT ENDICOTT, 4.30.17 WALKS ALLOWED............................................................. 4, VS. LASELL, 5.4.17 STRIKEOUTS............................................. 4, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. LASELL, 5.4.17 BATTERS FACED........................................................ 29, AT ENDICOTT, 4.30.17 FIELD CHANCES...........................................................3, AT ENDICOTT, 4.30.17 PUTOUTS.............................................................................. 1, VS. LASELL, 5.4.17 ASSISTS................................................. 2, TWICE, LAST AT ENDICOTT, 4.30.17 RUNNERES CS............................................................... 1, AT ENDICOTT, 4.30.17

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DEL PRETE Anthony Del Prete enters his fourth season as Head Baseball Coach at Suffolk University in 2018. In his three years as skipper, Del Prete has guided Suffolk to three consecutive Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championships and NCAA Division III regional tournament appearances. Del Prete’s third season as Suffolk’s manager proved to be the most successful yet as he led the blue–and–gold to GNAC glory for the third straight season in as many years as head coach. The program’s seventh overall conference crown came in the form of a 1–0 victory over Johnson & Wales behind GNAC Pitcher of the Year senior hurler Chuck Gibson. He sat down eight batters, including the final four, three of which went down swinging, to secure the Rams’ threepeat title. Gibson earned GNAC Tournament MVP status joining teammates Matt Brenner, Brady Chant and Seth Coiley on the GNAC Tournament Team. The 70th season of Rams’ baseball ended with an exclamation point — the most successful trip to the NCAA Tournament. In its seventh overall trip, third with Del Prete on the bench, Suffolk found itself in the win column for the first time thanks to the finesse throwing of Gibson, who put together a career–night — complete–game, five–hit, three–walk, | 58 |

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OPPONENTS W L ALBERTUS MAGNUS 6 1 ANNA MARIA 6 0 ARCADIA 1 0 BABSON 0 2 BATES 1 1 BRIDGEWATER STATE 1 0 CLARKSON 1 0 CONCORDIA 0 1 CURRY 3 1 DICKINSON 0 1 EASTERN CONN. STATE 1 2 ENDICOTT 2 3 FITCHBURG STATE 0 1 GALLUADET 1 0 GORDON 0 1 HUSSON 0 1 JOHNSON & WALES 8 3 KALAMAZOO 0 1 KEENE STATE 1 0 KEYSTONE STATE 0 1 LASELL 7 1 MASS. MARITIME 1 0 MIT 0 2 MONTCLAIR STATE 2 0 NEW JERSEY CITY 1 0 NORWICH 6 0 PENN STATE ALTOONA 1 0 PLATTSBURGH STATE 2 0 RAMAPO 1 0 RIPON 1 0 ROCHESTER INST. TECH. 0 1 RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 3 0 RIVIER 3 3 ROGER WILLIAMS 1 1 RUTGERS CAMDEN 0 1 SAINT JOSEPH (MAINE) 6 4 SALEM STATE 1 2 SALVE REGINA 2 1 SOUTHERN MAINE 0 2 ST. JOHN FISHER 3 0 TCNJ 0 1 UMASS BOSTON 2 2 UMASS DARTMOUTH 1 2 WASHINGTON (MO.) 0 1 WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 0 3 WESTFIELD STATE 0 1 WHEATON 1 1 WORCESTER STATE 0 1 SITUATIONAL OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL GNAC NON–CONFERENCE

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career–best nine–strikeout — in a 4–0 shutout over then–No. 22/18 St. John Fisher. The Rams did the unspeakable again the next night thanks to Ryan Pordes on

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the mound in a classic pitchers duel. After a scoreless 10.0 full frames, the Rams walked–off in the 11th inning against a drawn in five–man infield to advance in the

PERSONAL INFORMATION HOMETOWN East Boston, Mass. EDUCATION Suffolk, BSBA ’04 Suffolk, MEd ’08 AT A GLANCE 2017 28–17 | 12–2 GNAC GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA DIII New England Regionals 2016 33–13 | 11–3 GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA DIII New England Regionals GNAC Coach of the Year 2015 18–26 | 9–5 GNAC GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA DIII New England Regionals

NCAA New England Regionals. Suffolk’s historical run came to a close, however,

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2015–PRESENT Suffolk — Head Coach Sixth Coach in Program History Fourth Season (79–56) 2014 Suffolk — Associate Head Coach 20105–13 Suffolk — Assitant Coach PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2005 Western Australia State League Melville Braves— RHP 2005–07 Frontier League Evansville Otters— RHP 2004 CanAM League North Shore Spirt— RHP 2003 Great Lakes Summer League Columbus All–Americans — Closer 2002 Cape Cod Baseball League Orleans Caridnals — RHP 2000–04 Suffolk — RHP 2002 NEIBA All–Region Third Team 2002 GNAC Pitcher of the Year 2002 GNAC Tournament MVP 2002 & 2003 All–GNAC First–Team 2002 GNAC All–Tournament Team

while Gibson was a NEIBA/ABCA/Rawlings first–team honoree and was recognized

with a loss in the winner’s bracket final to eventual regional winner UMass Boston and was eliminated by Babson on Championship Sunday to cap off the Rams’ season at 28–17 overall. Suffolk finished the season as the nation’s statistical champion in triples (32) and triples per game (0.71) behind the student–athlete statistical leader Chant, who hit 12 triples in 2017 (0.27 per game), a program record. The centerfielder became the program’s ninth overall All–American with a D3Baseball.com Honorable Mention accolade to go along with first–time all–region nods by D3Baseball.com and NEIBA in conjunction with ABCA/Rawlings. Brenner joined Chant on both first teams, with a spot on D3Baseball.com All–Region’s second squad. Overall, 10 individuals combined for 12 all–conference honorees. The 2017 Rams were also recognized for their success in the classroom as the team earned the ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award, achieving a 3.10 grade point average collectively. Individually, Brenner garnered CoSIDA Academic All–District recognition for his success both academically and athletically. In 2016, Del Prete guided Suffolk to a 33–13 overall record, the second highest single season win total in program history. Suffolk defeated St. Joseph’s (Maine) 5–4 in 10 innings to earn the program’s first back–to–back conference championship as it advanced to the NCAA regionals for the sixth time in history. Suffolk led the GNAC in every statistical category offensively, while posting a total of 345 runs scored, the highest among teams in New England. The pitching staff posted a league–best ERA of 3.38, while the team set new program marks in fielding percentage (.963) and stolen bases (95) on the year. A total of four U N I V E R S I T Y


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players were named all–region honorees by the NEIBA: Brady Chant, Jake Frasca, Drew Carter and Kevin Sinatra, while Suffolk also took home 17 postseason accolades by the GNAC including

THE RAMS Hits

27, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 30–8

Pitcher of the Year (Worth Walrod) and Rookie of the Year

Runs

36, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

(Frasca). Del Prete was tabbed GNAC Coach of the Year. He was

RBI

34, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

also honored by the East Boston Athletic Board with the Walter

Total Bases

43, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

Spriggs Memorial Coach of the Year Award.

Homers

4, at Curry, 3.31.16, W, 8–6

Triples

4, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 30–8

In his first season in 2015, Del Prete guided Suffolk to its fifth

Doubles

12, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

GNAC Championship and fifth trip to the NCAA Division

Walks

17, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

III Regional Tournament. Along the way three Rams were

Sac Flies

3, 3 times, last at Rhode Island College, 4.17.17, W, 15–9

recognized by conference for their performances throughout

Sac Hits

4, twice, last vs. #22/18 St. John Fisher, 5.18.17, W, 4–0

the season. Josh Desai was named GNAC Tournament MVP

Stolen Bases

9, at Norwich, 4.17.16, W, 9–2

Putouts

39, vs. Johnson & Wales, 4.26.15, W, 4–3 (13)

Assists

20, vs. Westfield State, 3.15.16, L, 5–2

Innings Pitched

13.0, vs. Johnson & Wales, 4.26.15, W, 4–3 (13)

Batters Faced

57, vs. Montclair State, 3.12.17, W, 10–9 (10)

Hits Allowed

21, twice, last at Curry, 4.22.16, L, 15–14

Runs Allowed

17, vs. Western New England, 4.18.17, L, 17–2

Earned Runs Allowed

17, vs. Western New England, 4.18.17, L, 17–2

Walks Allowed

9, twice, last at Endicott, 4.6.16, W, 5–4

Strikeouts

following his complete–game effort in a 3–2 victory over Saint Joseph’s (Maine) in the semifinals and picked up second–team accolades. Brady Chant received a Gold Glove by the conference as the centerfielder who did not record an error on the year and was chosen to the All–GNAC tourney team, while Jon Lapolla, who led the Rams in batting average (.291), slugging percentage (.455) and on–base percentage (.429), was awarded a spot on the conference’s third–team.

13, twice, last vs. Lasell, 4.8.15, W, 11–0

Strikeouts Looking

8, at Curry, 3.31.16, W, 8–6

Del Prete replaced Cary McConnell prior to the start of the 2015 season after he relinquished the role as he was named the University’s Athletic Director. He became just the sixth baseball

THE RAMS Hits

5, 3 times, last, Luke Ronchi, vs. #9 St. John Fisher, 3.10.17, W, 11–3

Runs

coach in the program’s 70 year history.

5, 3 times, last Belskie & Ronchi, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

RBI Total Bases Homers

7, Luke Ronchi, vs. #9 St. John Fisher, 3.10.17, W, 11–3

Prior to taking over as head coach he served as an assistant

10, Jake Frasca, at Curry, 4.22.16, L, 15–14

coach at Suffolk for 10 seasons. In 2014 he was promoted to

2, Jake Frasca, at Curry, 4.22.16, L, 15–14

Triples

3, Brady Chant, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 30–8

Doubles

3, Brady Chant, vs. Anna Maria, 4.15.17, W, 36–2

Walks

3, 25 times, last Seth Coiley at Bates, 5.11.17, W, 10–1

Sac Flies

1, several times

Sac Hits

2, twice, last, Sean Cameron, vs. #22/18 St. John Fisher, W, 4–0

Stolen Bases

4, Brady Chant, vs. Rivier, 4.10.15, L, 11–10

Putouts Assists

Associate Head Coach as Suffolk won their program’s second Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England Championship. Del Prete also served as an assistant in 2005 and 2009, seasons in which Suffolk advanced to two of the program’s four NCAA Tournament appearances with Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championships.

16, twice, last, Jon Lapolla at Wheaton, 3.25.16, L, 5–2 9, Adam Johnson, at St. Joseph’s (Maine), 4.25.15, W, 3–2

He takes over the program of his alma mater in which he

Innings Pitched 9.0, 7 times, last, Ryan Pordes, vs. #25 Arcadia, 5.19.17, W, 1–0 (11)

graduated in 2004. In four seasons on the mound at Suffolk he

Batters Faced

recorded a 21–11 overall record helping guide the Rams to a 2002

Strikeouts

40, Josh Desai vs. Southern Maine, 5.13.15, L, 4–0 10, 3 times, last Worth Walrod, vs. Gallaudet, 3.12.16, W, 11–1

Strikeouts Looking

7, Josh Desai vs. Anna Maria, 4.2.15, W, 9–0

NCAA Tournament appearance in which he was named GNAC Tournament MVP, the conference’s pitcher of the year and an NEIBA All–Region selection.

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HEAD COACH He pitched for the Orleans Cardinals of the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2002 and served as closer for the Columbus All–Americans of the Great Lakes Summer League during their championship season in 2003. After his time at Suffolk, Del Prete had a brief stint with the North Shore Spirit of the independent CanAm League. In 2005, he signed with the Evansville Otters of the Frontier League. Del Prete spent 3 seasonsplaying professionally in Evansville, Indiana, helping the Otters win their franchise’s first and only league championship in 2006. He is ninth all–time in appearances (74) for the franchise. Del Prete has also traveled overseas to play as he spent the winter of 2005 in Perth, Western Australia, pitching for the Melville Braves of the Western Australia State League with stops in Antwerp,Belgium (2002) and Cuba (2011) in between. Following his playing career, Del Prete completed his Master’s Degree in Administration of Higher Education in 2008 at Suffolk where he served as the department’s graduate assistant. In 2008, Del Prete served as the institution’s Sports Information Director. He oversaw all media relations and publicity of the athletics programs, while maintaining the department’s website, GoSuffolkRams.com. He also served as an advisory member for the institution’s athletic review committee in 2014. Alongside his baseball responsibilities, Del Prete serves as the department’s Associate Director of Athletics. He oversees the department’s compliance and coordinates recruiting and also handle scheduling for the varsity intercollegiate men’s sports teams. Del Prete is a native of East Boston in which he still currently resides.

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John O’Brien joined the Suffolk staff in 2003 and is entering his 15th year with the Rams in 2018 as the team’s pitching coach. During his time on Suffolk’s bench, the Rams have brought home five GNAC Championship titles (2005, 2009, 2015, 2016, 2017), advanced to the NCAA DIII Regional Tournament on five occasions including the program’s first–ever back–to–back trips in 2015 and 2016 and a historic run in 2017. Additionally, he was on the sidelines for the blue–and–gold’s ECAC New England Crown in 2014. Throughout his tenure, O’Brien has worked with four GNAC Pitchers of the Year — Steve Durant (2008), Alex Torres (2011), Worth Walrod (2016) and most recently Chuck Gibson (2017). Under O’Brien’s tutelage four of his pitchers have gone on to sign professional contracts — Anthony Del Prete – Evansville Otters ’05, Mike Rigazio — Charlotte County Red Fish ’07, Rony Mercado, Brocton Rox ’08 and Reid Jacson - Brockton Rox ’09. He is a 1994 graduate of Northeastern University where he was named all–conference and All–New England his senior season. O’Brien played for the Wareham Gatemen of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League in 1992 and later went on to pitch professionally in the Frontier League in 1993 and 1994. He also spent time overseas in Europe where he played for the Dutch League Haarlem, the Netherlands in 1995 and DSS Honkbal Club. In December 2013, O’Brien was enshrined into the Intercity League Baseball Hall of Fame, an amateur baseball league widely regarded as the best among the Greater Boston Area.

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Suffolk alum and former Rams baseball standout Jhonneris Mendez rejoined the University’s athletic department in the fall of 2015 and begins his third season on the sideline of Anthony Del Prete’s staff in 2018. He earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Sociology, Crime and Justice from Suffolk in May 2014 and graduated in December 2016 with a Masters of Education. During his graduate coursework, Mendez worked as a graduate assistant in the Athletics Department as the Director of Intramurals. Mendez aided Suffolk to unparalleled success in his second season as assistant coach in 2017; a GNAC threepeat and a historical NCAA regionals run. In the process the Rams, who put together the best league ledger (12–2) under Del Prete and finished the season 28–17 overall, finished as the NCAA Division III Statisticall Champion in triples (32) and triples per game (0.71). Brady Chant, the program’s ninth overall All–American after garnering a D3Baseball.com Honorable Mention nod, led the triples charge. The centerfielder finished atop the nation in triples (12) and triples per game (0.27) as a junior, the first Ram to lead the country over the course of the season in both categories. Chant added two first–team all–region accolades to his resume along with senior catcher Matt Brenner, while senior hurler Chuck Gibson, who picked up both GNAC Player of the Year and GNAC Tournament MVP, was a first–team honoree by the NEIBA in conjunction with ABCA/Rawlings and earned a spot on D3Baseball.com’s all–region second squad. Overall, Mendez helped 10 individuals combine for 12 all–conference honors. The 2017 Rams were also recognized for their success in the classroom as the team earned the ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award, achieving a 3.10 grade point average collectively. Individually, Brenner garnered CoSIDA Academic All– District recognition for his success both academically and athletically. In his first year as an assistant coach with the Rams, Mendez helped the blue–and–gold to the program’s first–ever back– to–back GNAC title and sixth trip to the NCAA Tournament thanks a 5–4, 10–inning win over St. Joseph’s (Maine) in the championship. The Rams garnered the second–most wins in program history at 33–13 (11–3 GNAC), while also leading the conference in every statistical category offensively, while posting a total of 345 runs scored, the highest among New England squads. On the bump, Suffolk’s staff posted a league–best ERA of 3.38, while the team set new program marks in fielding percentage (.963) and stolen bases (95).

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ASSISTANT COACHES Mendez helped four student–athletes bring home all–region honors by the NEIBA: Brady Chant, Jake Frasca, Drew Carter and Kevin Sinatra, while Suffolk also took home 17 postseason accolades by the GNAC including Pitcher of the Year (Worth Walrod) and Rookie of the Year (Frasca). During Suffolk’s offseason, Mendez served on the staff of the Seacoast Mavericks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) as assistant coach in 2016. After helping guide the Mavericks to the winningest season in the team’s history with a 36–18 ledger in 2016, Mendez took over the reigns as the team’s Manager in 2017. During that stint, the first–year head coach worked as an assistant on the FCBL’s hand–picked all–star team, which faced Team USA’s Collegiate National Team. A regular in summer coaching circles, Mendez will take his coaching talents to the Martha Vineyard Sharks for the upcoming 2018 FCBL season. Mendez brings a great deal of experience in athletics on both the coaching and administrative levels as he worked in an intern role as the assistant to the commissioner of The Great Northeast Athletic Conference under Joe Walsh for the 2015–16 academic year. Prior to returning to Beacon Hill, Mendez served as the Assistant Baseball Coach at Northern Essex Community College for the 2014–15 season and also spent time in 2013 as a teacher’s assistant in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Science of Baseball program where he helped students become actively involved in their own learning, while focusing on the learning process by comparing the acquisition of baseball skills with academic skills and development. Mendez spent four years on the Suffolk baseball team during his undergraduate career, playing third base, right field and pitching. He earned first–team all–conference honors in the GNAC in 2012, Division III Baseball National Player of the Week during the 2012 season, and Suffolk University Athlete of the Year in 2013. He was also a member of the Rams men’s basketball team during the 2012–2013 season and served on the NCAA National Student–Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) from January 2013 to May 2014.

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Suffolk alum and four–year letterwinner for the Rams, Mac Jacobson, returned to the University to join the baseball coaching staff in September 2014 and begins his fourth season in 2018. As an assistant coach for the Rams, Jacobson works with outfielders on defensive schematics including positioning, tendencies and patterns of opponent’s balls in play. He also works with hitters on plate approach and player tendencies. In his three seasons on Anthony Del Prete’s staff, Jacobson helped Suffolk to three GNAC Titles in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and the program’s fifth, sixth and seventh trip to NCAA DIII Tournament. In 2017, Jacobson aided in the Rams’ threepeat GNAC glory and historical third straight NCAA Tournament trip. Overall, Suffolk finished the season 28-17, playing on Championship Sunday of the NCAA Regional for the first time in seven trips and put the most conference wins together (12-2) in the Del Prete era. Along the way, Jacobson helped the program see its ninth overall All–American in junior centerfielder Brady Chant, who earned D3Baseball.com All–American Honorable Mention status. Chant ended the season as the nation’s statistical champion in triples (12) and triples per game (0.27) to anchor Suffolk’s NCAA Statistical Crown status in both categories. Chant, along with senior catcher Matt Brenner, garnered first-team all-region recognition by both D3Baseball.com and the NEIBA in conjunction with ABCA/ Rawlings, while senior hurler Chuck Gibson grabbed a spot on NEIBA/ABCA/Rawlings all–region first–team and earned second-team status by D3Baseball.com. Overall, 10 student– athletes picked up 12 all–conference honors.

The 2017 Rams were also recognized for their success in the classroom as the team earned the ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award, achieving a 3.10 grade point average collectively. Individually, Brenner garnered CoSIDA Academic All–District recognition for his success both academically and athletically. Last season, he was key to the Rams’ thrilling success, which saw the blue–and–gold capture the second–most victories in program history at 33–13 (11–3 GNAC), while leading the league in virtually every offensive statistical category highlighted by 345 runs scored, the highest among New England teams. Along the way, four Rams picked up All–Region honors from the NEIBA in Brady Chant, Jake Frasca, Drew Carter and Kevin Sinatra. Suffolk also took home 17 postseason accolades from the GNAC including top honors in Pitcher of the Year Worth Walrod and Rookie of the Year (Frasca). In 2015, Suffolk grabbed its fifth GNAC title and headed to NCAAs for the fifth time in program history behind Tournament MVP Josh Desai’s arm, which threw a complete– game, 3–2 win over St. Joe’s in the semifinals. Three Rams were recognized by the conference for their performances on the diamond. Desai took home second–team and tournament MVP accolades, while Jon Lapolla, who led the Rams in batting average (.291), slugging percentage (.455) and on–base percentage (.429), was awarded a spot on the third–team. Brady Chant, who received a Gold Glove by the league as the centerfielder without an error, was chosen to the all–tourney team. Jacobson graduated from Suffolk in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and captained the Rams baseball team his senior year.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Billy Uberti enters his first year as a graduate assistant of the Suffolk University Athletics Department, where he is a part of Anthony Del Prete’s baseball coaching staff, as well as managing the Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center, the state–of– the-art varsity weight room and Regan Gymnasium. For the past three seasons Uberti has been an assistant coach at his alma–mater and GNAC opponent Lasell. At Lasell, Uberti worked directly with the infielders and hitters along with aiding the recruiting efforts. In the 2017 season Uberti aided the Lasell offense to program records in batting average (.318), slugging percentage (.455), and home runs (19). Uberti is a lifetime resident of Newton, Massachusetts, where in 2009 he received the Bill Hamill award (most outstanding high school baseball player in the city). He attended Lasell from 2010–14, where he was a four–year starter. During his junior and senior years, Uberti received GNAC all-conference recognition and captained the team. Uberti graduated from Lasell in May 2014 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sport Management. Following graduation, Uberti was awarded the opportunity of playing professional baseball in Australia after excelling in his summer baseball league, winning the batting title and a gold glove. He played for the Breakthrough Bandits out of Cairns, in the North Queensland baseball league. While at Suffolk, Uberti will be furthering his education with a Master’s Degree in Administration of Higher Education.

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Cary McConnell was named Suffolk’s third Director of Athletics in October 2014. McConnell, a former head baseball coach for the Rams, joins Charles Law (1946–

THE McCONNELL FILE

1975) and James E. Nelson (1975–2013) as the only other people to hold the title in the University’s Athletic Department 70–year history.

· Oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department, as

McConnell oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department,

well as Suffolk University’s Campus

which competes in the highly-competitive Great Northeast Athletic Conference

Recreation, which offers a variety of

(GNAC) and Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). In addition, McConnell

club sports and intramurals.

oversees Suffolk’s Campus Recreation, which offers a variety of club and intramural sport teams, as well as a wealth of physical education opportunities for the Suffolk

· Appointed the University’s third

student community.

Director of Athletics in the 71–year Athletic Department history.

Prior to his appointment, McConnell served as interim director since Nelson’s retirement in August 2013. During his time under interim status, McConnell

· Previously served as Suffolk’s head

participated in an internal review of the department that result in a number of

baseball coach for 20–seasons,

important recommendations for strengthening the athletics program and he has

amassing 479 victories, four NCAA

initiated the first steps toward achieving these goals.

Tournament Appearances, four GNAC Championships and two ECAC Titles.

Since McConnell took over the reins of the athletic department improvements have already begun. In 2015, the Rams secured home field advantage for its

· Was a baseball student–athlete at

outdoor varsity sports — baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball — with

the College of Wooster, where he

a 10–year partnership with East Boston. A year later six new varsity sports were

graduated in 1989.

added to Suffolk’s lineup in men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s golf and women’s ice hockey and state of the art work out facilities in the revamped Varsity Weight Room and the Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center opened in August 2015. McConnell joined the University in 1996 as Associate Director of Athletics and Head Baseball Coach. Prior to assuming his role at Suffolk, he had been the Head Baseball Coach at the University of Rochester.

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SUPPORT STAFF At the helm of the Suffolk program, McConnell won 479

A graduate of the College of Wooster, McConnell was a four-

contests (.635 winning percentage), recording at least

year starter in the infield for the Scots and was selected to

20–wins in a year for 17 consecutive seasons. He has

the All-Decade Team for the North Coast Athletic Conference

guided Suffolk to four NCAA Championship Tournament

(NCAC) for the 80’s. At Wooster, McConnell played in four

appearances, along with four GNAC titles. Under McConnell

straight NCAA Tournaments and one World Series finishing

Suffolk appeared in the GNCA’s Conference Championship

fifth. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science

game for eight consecutive seasons. The five–time GNAC

and earned certification to teach at the Secondary level.

Coach of the Year took the Rams to 10 Eastern College

In addition, he holds a Master’s Degree in Educational

Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournaments, including crowns

Administration from the University of Rochester.

in 2000 and 2014. McConnell resides in Reading, Massachusetts, along with In 2013, McConnell received the Jack Butterfield Award

his wife Kathy. They have two children, Charlie and Annie.

by the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association

Charlie is currently in his sophomore season on the diamond

(NEIBA). The award is given to an active New England coach

with the Northeastern Huskies.

who demonstrated integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball. Across 22 seasons as a collegiate head coach McConnell amassed 534 career victories. In May 2013, McConnell was inducted into the Suffolk University Hall of Fame along his 2000 Baseball Team. That team set a school record with 38 wins in a season, while his pitching staff led all NCAA Division III baseball in earned run average (2.69) and strikeouts (401). The Rams made their first NCAA appearance, while winning both the GNAC and ECAC Championships. Suffolk was also inducted into the GNAC’s inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2010. McConnell is also an enshrined member of the Medina County Hall of Fame (2007) and the Brunswick High School of Hall of Fame (1994) in his native Ohio.

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JACKIE DAVIS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SR. WOMEN’S ADMIN SOFTBALL COACH

JEFF JURON ASSISTANT DIRECTOR MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

ED LEYDEN SPECIAL ASST. TO AD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

AMY BARRY SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

JEFF STONE ATHLETIC TRAINER

DR. GARY FIREMAN FACULTY ATHLETIC REP

EILEEN CALAMESE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT


2017 REVIEW HIGHLIGHTS OVERALL RECORD: 28–17 NCAA FINISH: NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL, WINNER’S BRACKET NEIBA RANK: 6TH GNAC RECORD: 12–2 GNAC FINISH: 2ND GNAC TOURNAMENT FINISH: 1ST D3BASEBALL.COM ALL–AMERICAN: 1 ATHLETE, 1 HONOR D3BASEBALL.COM ALL–REGION: 3 ATHLETES, 3 HONORS ABCA/RAWLINGS/NEIBA ALL-REGION: 3 ATHLETES; 3 FIRST–TEAM NCAA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM: 2 ATHLETES, 2 HONORS ALL-GNAC: 10 ATHLETES, 12 HONORS GNAC TOURNAMENT TEAM: 4 ATHLETES, MVP, 5 HONORS COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL–DISTRICT: 1 ATHLETE, 1 HONOR GNAC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL: 12

The 70th season of Suffolk baseball will go down in the record books as one of the greatest. Three–year head coach Anthony Del Prete once again guided his Mutts to GNAC glory as the 2017 Rams hoisted the league trophy for the third straight season and seventh time overall to punch their ticket to the Big Dance. Suffolk made more noise on the national stage as the sixth–seeded Rams shutout the third-seeded, then–No. 22/18 St. John Fisher thanks to the dealing of GNAC Pitcher of the Year Chuck Gibson. The senior right–handed pitcher had a day on the mound, throwing a complete– game, five–hit, three–walk, career–high nine–strikeout outing to lead the Rams to victory. The win marked multiple first for the Rams, but most importantly it put the blue–and–gold in the winner’s bracket for the first time in their seven trips to the national tournament. A day later, Ryan Pordes took over the hill in an old fashion pitcher’s dual. The starter kept second–seed, then-No. 25 Arcadia quiet for 9.0 frames before the Rams walked–off in the 11th against a drawn in five–man infield to advance to the NCAA New England Regionals winner’s bracket final. The Rams were halted the next day by eventual New England Regional winner UMass Boston, before being eliminated by Babson, ending their season 28–17. Along the way, Suffolk took down six ranked opponents and landed on the right side of 15 one–run outings 11 times with five walk-offs and three extra-inning wins. The Rams also won the most conference contests under Del Prete with a 12–2 league ledger and garnered a spot in the D3Baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25 for just the third time in program history at #24, March 14. TOP LEFT: Suffolk captured its third GNAC crown and seventh overall — the most by a single program in the league — with a 1–0 shutout over JWU May 7. BOTTOM MIDDLE: In each of his three seasons, Anthony Del Prete has guided the Rams to three GNAC titles and three NCAA Appearances, marking program firsts. BOTTOM RIGHT: Chuck Gibson had a standup senior season, going 8–1 on the hill with an impressive 1.77 ERA to earn multiple recognitions; two all–region nods, GNAC Pitcher of the Year, GNAC Tournament MVP, All–GNAC First–Team, NCAA Regional All–Tournament Team. BOTTOM SECOND FROM RIGHT: Suffolk had a NCAA Tournament run for the ages — reaching the winner’s bracket for the first time, matching a program record of wins (2), appearing on Championship Sunday for the first–time, shutting out a team for the first time, winning its first tournament game under Del Prete and remaining unbeaten in NCAAs in extra innings. BOTTOM LEFT : Matt Brenner left a footprint on the Rams as one of the most influential catchers and went out as a senior with multiple individual accomplishments on the field and in the classroom; D3Baseball.com and ABCA/Rawlings/NEIBA first–team all–region, All–GNAC first–team, GNAC Tournament Team, CoSIDA Academic All–District. BOTTOM SECOND FROM LEFT: Brady Chant became the second–ever Ram to earn D3Baseball.com All–America status with an honorable mention nod to go along with D3Baseball.com and ABCA/Rawlings/NEIBA first–team all–region, All–GNAC first–team, GNAC Tournament Team and GNAC Gold Glove honors as a junior centerfielder.

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1 — #9 St. John Fisher 1 — #6 Ramapo 1 — Montclair State 1 — Dickinson 1 — Rochester Institute 1 — Gordon 1 — Washington 1 — Rutgers Camden 1 — #24 TCNJ at UMass Boston at Salem State at UMass Boston Norwich * Norwich * at Rivier * at Rivier * at Curry at Eastern Connecticut Albertus Mangus * Albertus Magnus * Anna Maria * Anna Maria * at Rhode Island Western New England Curry at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * at Saint Joseph’s (Maine0 * Lasell * Lasell * UMass Dartmouth at Johnson & Wales * at Johnson & Wales * at Endicott at Endicott Salve Regina Lasell % Johnson & Wales % Johnson 7 Wales % at Bates at Bates at Worcester State 2 — #22/18 St. John Fisher $ 2 — #25/RV Arcadia 2 — #17/19 UMass Boston 2 — Babson

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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 2–0 3–0 4–0 4–0 4–0 5–0 6–0 7–0 8–0 8–0 8–0 8–0 8–1 9–1 10–1 11–1 11–1 11–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12-2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2 12–2

* — GNAC GAME % — GNAC TOURNAMENT $ NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONALS 1 — RUSSMATT CENTRAL FLORIDA INVITATIONAL — AUBURNDALE, FLA. 2 — WHITEHOUSE FIELD — HARWICH, MASS. | 72 |

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PITCHER (RECORD) Gibson (1–0) Walrod (1–0) Fusco (1–0) Conroy (0–1) Pordes (1–0) Batchelder (0–1) Walrod (1–1) Sinatra (0–1) Fusco (1–1) Fusco (1–2) Gibson (2–0) Pordes (2–0) Conroy (1–1) Fusco (2–2) Gibson (3–0) Sinatra (1–1) Pordes (3–0) Batchelder (0–2) Fusco (3–2) Conroy (2–1) Gibson (4–0) Sinatra (2–1) Pordes (4–0) Walrod (1–2) Sinatra (3–1) Fusco (3–3) Gibson (5–0) Pordes (5–0) Walrod (2–2) Stanley (0–1) Pordes (5–1) Gibson (6–0) Conroy (2–2) Zell (0–1) Batchelder (1–2) Pordes (6–1) Walrod (3–2) Gibson (7–0) Pordes (7–1) Fusco (3–4) Gibson (7–1) Gibson (8–1) Fusco (4–4) Walrod (3–3) Sinatra (3–2)


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APRIL 9 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — AT RIVIER * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 4 1 3 11 0 5 0 24 18 1 RU 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 6 11 4

APRIL 29 — PROVIDENCE, R.I. — AT JOHNSON & WALES * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 JWU 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 5 1

MARCH 10 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — #9 ST. JOHN FISHER # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 1 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 3 11 12 2 #9 SJF 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 2

APRIL 11 — MILTON, MASS. — AT CURRY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 0 2 5 2 1 0 0 10 12 2 CC 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 11 4

APRIL 30 — BEVERLY, MASS. — AT ENDICOTT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 7 1 EC 4 1 1 0 4 0 X 10 10 0

MARCH 11 — WINTER HAVEN, FLA. — #6 RAMAPO # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 9 12 0 #6 R 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 8 1

APRIL 12 — MANSFIELD, CONN. — AT EASTERN CONN. STATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 5 7 1 ECS 3 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 X 11 15 1

APRIL 30 — BEVERLY, MASS. — AT ENDICOTT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 6 1 EC 0 4 1 0 0 1 X 6 10 0

MARCH 12 — WINTER HAVEN, FLA. — MONTCLAIR STATE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R H E MS 2 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 9 11 4 SU 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 10 22 4

APRIL 13 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — ALBERTUS MAGNUS * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E AMC 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 4 1 SU 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 9 11 2

MAY 1 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — SALVE REGINA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E SR 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 7 14 3 SU 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 10 5

MARCH 13 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — DICKINSON # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E DC 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 1 SU 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 3

APRIL 13 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — ALBERTUS MAGNUS * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E AMC 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 4 1 SU 0 1 2 0 1 0 X 4 7 3

MAY 4 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — LASELL % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LC 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 8 16 2 SU 1 3 0 3 0 0 8 0 X 15 20 1

MARCH 14 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — ROCHESTER INSTITUTE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 1 RIT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0

APRIL 15 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — ANNA MARIA * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E AMC 1 0 1 1 0 5 0 8 8 3 SU 9 1 7 0 6 7 X 30 27 4

MAY 6 — LYNN, MASS. — JOHNSON & WALES % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E JWU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 6 1 SU 3 1 0 0 0 4 2 1 X 11 17 1

MARCH 15 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — GORDON # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 11 2 GC 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 X 8 10 2

APRIL 15 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — ANNA MARIA * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E AMC 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 4 SU 8 10 6 8 4 0 X 36 24 1

MAY 7 — LYNN, MASS. — JOHNSON & WALES % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E JWU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 X 1 5 0

MARCH 16 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — WASHINGTON # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E WU 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 2 7 10 2 SU 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 5 7 4

APRIL 17 — PROVIDENCE, R.I. — AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 7 0 2 1 0 2 3 15 18 1 RIC 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 3 9 12 3

MAY 11 — LEWISTON, MAINE — AT BATES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 10 14 2 BC 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 0

MARCH 17 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — RUTGERS CAMDEN # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E RC 4 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 14 15 3 SU 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 5 9 0

APRIL 18 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E WNE 3 0 1 2 0 9 0 2 0 17 17 3 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 5 2

MAY 11 — LEWISTON, MAINE — AT BATES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R H E SU 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 BC 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 7 0

MARCH 18 — AUBURNDALE, FLA. — #24 TCNJ # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E SU 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 5 11 2 #24 TCNJ 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 6 12 3

APRIL 20 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — CURRY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E CC 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 RIC 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 7 13 0

MAY 12 — WORCESTER, MASS. — AT WORCESTERS STATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 5 8 4 WSU 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 X 7 14 3

MARCH 25 — BOSTON, MASS. — AT UMASS BOSTON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 8 3 UMB 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 6 8 2

APRIL 22 — STANDISH, MAINE — AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE) * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 7 4 SJC 0 0 1 0 1 2 X 4 6 1

MAY 18 — AT HARWICH, MASS. — #22/18 ST. JOHN FISHER $ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 4 1 #22/18 SJF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2

MARCH 29 — SALEM, MASS. — AT SALEM STATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 5 0 SSU 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 10 1

APRIL 22 — STANDISH, MAINE — AT SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE) * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 SJC 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 0

MAY 18 — AT HARWICH, MASS. — #25/RV ARCADIA $ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E #25/RV AC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 1

APRIL 5 — BOSTON, MASS. — AT UMASS BOSTON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SU 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 UMB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 3

APRIL 23 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — LASELL * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E LC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 SU 5 0 3 0 0 0 X 8 7 1

MAY 18 — AT HARWICH, MASS. — #17/19 UMASS BOSTON $ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E #17/19 UMB 5 1 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 13 18 2 SU 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 9 1

APRIL 8 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — NORWICH * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E NU 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 6 3 SU 3 0 0 1 0 0 X 4 4 1

APRIL 23 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — LASELL * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E LC 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 8 1 SU 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 9 0

MAY 18 — AT HARWICH, MASS. — BABSON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E BC 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 9 17 1 SU 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

APRIL 8 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — NORWICH * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E NU 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 SU 0 3 0 0 0 0 X 3 3 2

APRIL 27 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — UMASS DARTMOUTH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UMD 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 13 19 3 SU 0 3 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 8 7 3

APRIL 9 — EAST BOSTON, MASS. — AT RIVIER * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 1 0 0 2 1 0 8 12 13 0 RU 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 7 3

APRIL 29 — PROVIDENCE, R.I. — AT JOHNSON & WALES * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E SU 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 7 0 JWU 4 0 2 0 0 0 X 6 9 0

* GNAC Contest % GNAC Tournament # RussMatt Central Florida Invitational $ NCAA New England Regional Tournament

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2017 REVIEW | 2017 FINAL STATS | BATTING AVG GP–GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 4 Chant, Brady .361 45–45 191 47 69 13 12 4 35 118 .618 26 1 27 0 .434 3 0 17–21 134 1 3 .978 7 Brenner, Matt .333 45–44 159 39 53 10 4 2 36 77 .484 26 7 19 2. 443 2 2 1–1 238 37 2 .993 21 Belskie, Kevin .333 44–43 147 25 49 6 2 1 39 62 .422 20 7 21 3 .429 3 1 1–1 315 11 5 .985 1 Tirone, Curtis .321 28–23 78 17 25 4 2 0 18 33 .423 16 0 15 1 .432 1 1 1–2 14 42 3 .949 5 Ronchi, Luke .293 45–44 157 36 46 9 0 1 35 58 .369 23 3 33 5 .391 1 3 7–9 99 6 1 .991 11 Cameron, Sean .293 42–42 164 32 48 7 2 0 24 59 .360 21 7 21 3 .386 5 6 13–17 55 120 13 .931 10 Coiley, Seth .290 43–40 131 32 38 9 2 1 24 54 .412 31 8 38 4 .450 1 1 4–4 34 2 4 .900 3 Neil, BJ .273 38–27 99 19 27 4 2 0 15 35 .354 14 1 13 1 .368 0 3 6–7 34 56 6 .952 2 Higgins, Kevin .261 44–40 142 22 37 6 3 3 30 58 .408 4 1 27 3 .282 2 7 2–5 43 84 11 .920 6 Grogan, Zach .259 27–11 54 10 14 3 1 0 10 19 .352 5 0 16 0 .322 0 1 5–9 25 1 1 .963 22 Speliotis, Greg .238 34–30 80 24 19 3 0 0 16 22 .275 36 2 27 1 .479 1 3 4–4 0 0 0 .000 15 Lee, Trevor .220 25–11 41 8 9 1 0 0 6 10 .244 13 0 11 0 .400 1 0 2–3 56 33 5 .947 ––––––––––– 28 Riga, Anthony .667 5–0 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 .667 1 1 1 0 .800 0 0 0–0 2 2 0 1.000 19 Shimchak, Tommy .250 5–1 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 .250 1 1 2 0 .500 0 0 0–0 10 0 0 1.000 27 Brigham, Tim .235 12–2 17 5 4 2 0 0 2 6 .353 1 0 4 0 .278 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 8 Aresty, Zack .200 16–1 10 4 2 1 1 0 5 5 .500 1 0 5 0 .273 0 0 0–0 9 1 0 1.000 35 Troio, Connor .154 12–1 13 3 2 0 1 0 2 4 .308 2 1 3 0 .313 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 14 Fusco, Mark .000 1–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0–0 2 5 1 .875 SUFFOLK .298 45 1491 326 445 78 32 12 300 623 .418 241 40 283 23 .405 20 28 63–83 1117 448 68 .958 OPPONENT .220 45 1468 235 415 64 7 9 204 520 .354 152 54 252 21 .367 17 20 75–92 1104 446 78 .952 PITCHING ERA W–L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG WP HP BK SFA SHA 9 Gibson, Chuck 1.77 8–1 12 9 5 2/0 2 71.1 63 23 14 20 51 2 0 1 .239 2 5 1 2 4 14 Fusco, Mark 2.25 4–4 11 3 3 0/1 0 40.0 36 18 10 13 27 6 1 1 .237 3 2 0 3 2 17 Pordes, Ryan 3.20 7–1 11 10 3 0/1 1 76.0 79 31 27 22 54 14 4 1 .271 1 10 0 3 5 12 Walrod, Worth 5.60 3–3 8 8 1 0/0 0 45.0 50 33 28 23 35 8 2 2 .281 8 10 0 2 5 24 Zell, Tyler 6.23 0–1 11 1 1 0/0 0 26.0 28 23 18 11 18 5 0 1 .259 0 8 0 1 0 13 Conroy, Tim 6.90 2–2 7 5 0 0/0 0 30.0 39 27 23 23 19 4 0 0 .328 4 6 0 2 2 18 Sinatra, Kevin 8.15 3–2 8 6 1 0/0 0 35.1 50 35 32 18 26 8 0 0 .327 7 7 1 2 0 16 Stanley, Wyatt 8.31 0–1 9 1 0 0/0 1 21.2 35 22 20 6 10 7 0 2 .372 3 5 1 0 1 33 Batchelder, Charles 8.57 1–2 6 2 0 0/0 0 21.0 33 22 20 11 9 10 0 1 .359 3 1 0 2 0

SUFFOLK OPPONENTS

4.67 28–17 45 6.46 17–28 45

45 45

14 3/1 3 0/0

4 372.1 415 235 193 152 252 64 7 1 368.0 445 326 264 241 283 78 32

FIELDING C PO A E FLD% DP SBA CSB 9 Gibson, Chuck 16 5 11 0 1.000 1 5 1 8 Aresty, Zack 10 9 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 19 Shimchak, Tommy 10 10 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 28 Riga, Anthony 4 2 2 0 1.000 0 0 0 7 Brenner, Matt 277 238 37 2 .993 3 73 12 5 Ronchi, Luke 106 99 6 1 .991 2 0 0 21 Belskie, Kevin 331 315 11 5 .985 24 0 0 4 Chant, Brady 138 134 1 3 .978 0 0 0 6 Grogan, Zach 27 25 1 1 .963 0 0 0 3 Neil, BJ 126 64 56 6 .952 10 0 0 1 Tirone, Curtis 59 14 42 3 .949 1 0 1 15 Lee, Trevor 94 56 33 5 .947 12 0 0 17 Pordes, Ryan 15 4 10 1 .933 1 4 3 11 Cameron, Sean 188 55 120 13 .931 22 0 0 2 Higgins, Kevin 138 43 84 11 .920 14 0 0 12 Walrod, Worth 12 3 8 1 .917 0 13 4 10 Coiley, Seth 40 34 2 4 .900 0 0 0 14 Fusco, Mark 8 2 5 1 .875 0 7 0 13 Conroy, Tim 6 1 4 1 .833 0 14 1 16 Stanley, Wyatt 9 1 6 2 .778 1 5 2 24 Zell, Tyler 8 1 5 2 .750 0 3 1 33 Batchelder, Charles 4 1 2 1 .750 1 8 3 18 Sinatra, Kevin 7 1 1 5 .286 0 16 1 22 Speliotis, Greg 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 24 Brigham, Tim 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 35 Troio, Connor 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0

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1633 1117 448 68 .958 36 1628 1104 446 78 .952 35

75 17 63 20

SBA% .833 – – – 1.000 – – – .859 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – .000 – – – .571 – – – – – – .765 – – – 1.000 .933 .714 .750 .727 .941 – – – – – – – – –

PB 0 1 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 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

.815 .759

12 13

0 1

9 .283 12 .298

31 54 3 17 20 27 40 6 20 28


2017 REVIEW | 2017 GNAC STATS | BATTING AVG GP–GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB–ATT PO A E FLD% 7 Brenner, Matt .439 14–14 41 15 18 4 2 0 15 26 .634 7 4 2 0 .558 0 1 0–0 68 6 0 1.000 5 Ronchi, Luke .415 14–14 41 15 17 1 0 0 12 18 .439 10 0 3 1 .529 0 0 4–4 27 1 0 1.000 21 Belskie, Kevin .415 14–14 41 11 17 4 0 0 19 21 .512 4 2 5 1 .479 1 0 0–0 83 2 2 .977 4 Chant, Brady .364 14–14 55 22 20 5 7 0 11 39 .709 6 0 5 0 .419 1 0 2–2 33 0 2 .943 1 Tirone, Curtis .364 12–12 33 10 12 2 1 0 10 16 .485 7 0 7 1 .475 0 0 0–1 3 15 2 .900 10 Coiley, Seth .316 14–14 38 12 12 1 2 1 11 20 .526 9 4 5 1 .490 0 0 2–2 9 0 2 .818 11 Cameron, Sean .313 14–14 48 13 15 3 2 0 9 22 .458 4 4 5 0 .391 2 2 2–3 13 41 5 .915 2 Higgins, Kevin .310 14–14 42 9 13 3 1 3 18 27 .643 1 0 6 2 .318 1 0 0–2 22 27 3 .942 22 Speliotis, Greg .300 11–10 20 12 6 1 0 0 7 7 .350 12 1 6 0 .576 0 1 0–0 0 0 0 .000 3 Neil, BJ .278 10–5 18 6 5 2 1 0 7 9 .500 3 1 2 1 .409 0 0 0–0 3 6 0 1.000 ––––––––––– 28 Riga, Anthony 1.000 3–0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1.000 1 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0–0 2 1 0 1.000 27 Brigham, Tim .500 4–0 4 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .750 1 0 1 0 .600 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 8 Aresty, Zack .500 4–0 4 2 2 1 1 0 5 5 1.250 1 0 2 0 .600 0 0 0–0 2 1 0 1.000 15 Lee, Trevor .500 6–0 4 4 2 0 0 0 2 2 .500 3 0 2 0 .714 0 0 0–0 11 1 0 1.000 6 Grogan, Zach .444 9–1 9 4 4 0 0 0 1 4 .444 3 0 2 0 .583 0 0 1–1 3 0 0 1.000 35 Troio, Connor .000 4–0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 2 0 .200 0 0 0–0 0 0 0 .000 19 Shimchak, Tommy .000 3–0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 1 1 1 0 .667 0 0 0–0 4 0 0 1.000 14 Fusco, Mark .000 1–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0–0 1 2 0 1.000 SUFFOLK .298 45 1491 326 445 78 32 12 300 623 .418 241 40 283 23 .405 20 28 63–83 1117 448 68 .958 OPPONENT .220 45 1468 235 415 64 7 9 204 520 .354 152 54 252 21 .367 17 20 75–92 1104 446 78 .952 PITCHING ERA W–L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 14 Fusco, Mark 0.90 2–1 3 3 3 0/0 0 20.0 13 7 2 9 Gibson, Chuck 1.67 4–0 5 4 3 0/0 1 27.0 22 8 5 16 Stanley, Wyatt 0.00 0–0 1 0 0 0/0 1 2.0 1 0 0 13 Conroy, Tim 3.27 2–0 2 2 0 0/0 0 11.0 9 6 4 12 Walrod, Worth 3.86 1–0 1 1 1 0/0 0 7.0 8 3 3 24 Zell, Tyler 4.50 0–0 2 0 0 0/0 0 4.0 5 5 2 17 Pordes, Ryan 4.85 1–1 2 2 2 0/0 0 13.0 14 7 7 18 Sinatra, Kevin 6.00 2–0 2 2 1 0/0 0 12.0 15 8 8

SUFFOLK OPPONENTS

2.91 12–2 14 14 10 0/0 2 96.0 87 44 31 36 75 10 4 1 .239 5 5 0 3 11.26 2–12 14 14 2 0/0 0 90.1 146 144 113 73 56 28 17 4 .360 10 19 2 5

FIELDING C PO A E FLD% DP SBA CSB 7 Brenner, Matt 74 68 6 0 1.000 1 15 1 5 Ronchi, Luke 28 27 1 0 1.000 1 0 0 15 Lee, Trevor 12 11 1 0 1.000 1 0 0 3 Neil, BJ 9 3 6 0 1.000 1 0 0 9 Gibson, Chuck 6 1 5 0 1.000 1 3 0 19 Shimchak, Tommy 4 4 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 8 Aresty, Zack 3 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 12 Walrod, Worth 3 1 2 0 1.000 0 2 1 14 Fusco, Mark 3 1 2 0 1.000 0 4 0 6 Grogan, Zach 3 3 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 28 Riga, Anthony 3 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 21 Belskie, Kevin 87 83 2 2 .977 10 0 0 4 Chant, Brady 35 33 0 2 .943 0 0 0 2 Higgins, Kevin 52 22 27 3 .942 8 0 0 11 Cameron, Sean 59 13 41 5 .915 11 0 0 1 Tirone, Curtis 20 3 15 2 .900 0 0 0 10 Coiley, Seth 11 9 0 2 .818 0 0 0 13 Conroy, Tim 4 1 2 1 .750 0 4 0 18 Sinatra, Kevin 3 1 0 2 .333 0 2 0 22 Speliotis, Greg 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 24 Brigham, Tim 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 16 Stanley, Wyatt 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 35 Troio, Connor 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 24 Zell, Tyler 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 17 Pordes, Ryan 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1

SUFFOLK OPPONENTS

BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG WP HP BK SFA SHA 4 13 1 1 0 .176 1 1 0 1 0 11 18 0 0 0 .234 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 .143 0 1 0 0 0 7 8 0 0 0 .214 1 0 0 0 2 3 7 2 1 1 .296 1 1 0 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 .263 0 0 0 0 0 6 14 3 2 0 .280 0 1 0 0 0 2 9 3 0 0 .294 1 0 0 1 0

419 288 112 19 .955 13 15 417 271 123 23 .945 10 11

2 4

SBA% .938 – – – – – – – – – 1.000 – – – – – – .667 1.000 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1.000 1.000 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – .000

PB 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 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

.882 .733

2 4

0 0

4 4

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2017 REVIEW | 2017 GAME–BY–GAME | DATE OPPONENT AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB IBB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E AVG March 10 #9 SJC # 41 11 12 11 3 0 2 8 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 7 27 12 2 .293 March 11 #6 Ramapo # 36 9 12 8 1 0 0 6 1 3 1 0 2 0 0 11 27 6 0 .312 March 12 Montclair St # 57 10 22 10 6 1 1 8 2 6 0 1 1 1 0 9 36 15 4 .343 March 13 Dickinson # 31 1 8 1 2 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 12 27 11 3 .327 March 14 RIT # 32 2 7 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 11 27 7 1 .310 March 15 Gordon # 39 5 11 5 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 11 24 8 2 .305 March 16 Washington # 33 5 7 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 15 27 10 4 .294 March 17 Rutgers Camden # 39 5 9 5 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 27 10 0 .286 March 18 #13 TCNJ 36 5 11 5 1 0 0 6 0 2 2 2 3 1 0 9 29 16 2 .288 March 25 at UMass Boston 36 5 8 3 1 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 11 24 12 3 .282 March 29 at Salem State 28 7 5 7 1 1 0 11 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 27 17 0 .275 April 5 at UMass Boston 36 5 8 3 1 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 11 24 12 3 .282 April 8 Norwich * 22 4 4 3 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 21 8 1 .266 April 8 Norwich * 21 3 3 2 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 21 8 2 .261 April 9 at Rivier * 33 12 13 11 1 2 0 6 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 4 21 10 0 .269 April 9 at Rivier * 39 24 18 22 6 3 0 10 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 4 21 3 1 .283 April 11 at Curry 35 10 12 10 2 0 1 6 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 27 7 2 .286 April 12 at Eastern Conn. 34 5 7 3 0 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 24 12 1 .282 April 13 Albertus * 27 9 11 9 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 21 11 2 .287 April 13 Albertus * 23 4 7 4 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 21 11 3 .288 April 15 Anna Maria * 44 30 27 27 4 4 1 6 0 0 0 5 0 1 2 0 21 9 4 .308 April 15 Anna Maria * 43 36 24 34 12 2 1 17 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 21 10 1 .322 April 17 at RIC 43 15 18 14 4 2 1 5 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 9 27 17 1 .327 April 18 WNE 33 2 5 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 27 11 2 .320 April 20 Curry 35 7 13 7 1 0 0 10 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 4 27 5 0 .322 April 22 at SJC * 27 2 7 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 18 5 4 .320 April 22 at SJC * 22 2 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 5 21 7 0 .317 April 23 Lasell * 26 8 7 7 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 21 5 1 .316 April 23 Lasell * 26 4 9 4 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 21 9 0 .317 April 27 UMass Dartmouth 33 8 7 9 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 7 27 10 3 .313 April 29 at JWU * 26 3 7 2 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 18 5 0 .312 April 29 at JWU * 26 3 5 2 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 3 21 11 0 .309 April 30 at Endicottt 27 3 7 3 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 18 8 1 .308 April 30 at Endicott 25 3 6 3 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 5 18 8 1 .306 May 1 Salve Regina 35 8 10 8 3 0 0 13 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 12 30 17 5 .306 May 4 Lasell % 39 15 20 15 4 2 0 7 0 6 1 0 2 0 2 3 27 10 1 .312 May 6 JWU % 39 11 17 11 3 0 0 5 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 4 27 12 1 .316 May 7 JWU % 26 1 5 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 4 27 15 0 .314 May 11 at Bates 33 10 14 8 3 0 0 6 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 21 5 2 .317 May 11 at Bates 44 1 9 1 2 0 1 3 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 9 35 9 0 .313 May 12 at Worcester St 32 5 8 2 1 0 0 7 0 4 1 0 0 0 3 5 24 12 4 .311 May 18 #22/18 SJF $ 29 4 4 4 1 0 0 8 0 2 0 1 4 0 0 6 27 10 1 .308 May 19 #25/RV Arcadia $ 39 1 7 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 8 33 15 1 .304 May 20 #17/19 UMB $ 35 4 9 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 27 12 1 .303 May 21 Babson $ 30 1 2 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 27 8 1 .298 TOTALS 1491 326 445 300 78 32 12 241 9 63 20 40 28 20 23 283 1117 448 68 .298 * GNAC CONTEST % GNAC TOURNAMENT $ NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL TOURNAMENT — HARWICH, MASS. # RUSSMATT CENTRAL FLORIDA INVITATIONAL — AUBURNDALE, FLA.

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TOTAL VS VS WITH BASES BASES WITH WITH REACH AS 3RD AND H/AB LEFT RIGHT RUNNERS EMPTY LOADED 2–OUTS RBI–OP LEADOFF LT 2OUT LOB March 10 #9 St. John Fisher # 12–41 0–0 12–41 6–26 6–15 2–5 5–16 5–21 4–9 1–2 14 March 11 #6 Ramapo # 12–36 3–5 9–31 8–19 4–17 1–3 5–13 6–15 3–9 3–5 8 March 12 Montclair State # 22–57 0-0 22–57 13–42 9–15 1–5 3–16 8–32 8–12 5–8 21 March 13 Dickinson # 8–31 6–19 2–12 2–13 6–18 0–1 1–9 1–12 4–9 1–5 9 March 14 RIC # 7–32 1–7 6–25 2–16 5–16 0–0 2–10 2–5 4–9 0–1 5 March 15 Gordon # 11–39 10–35 1–4 8–19 3–20 3–6 6–16 4–12 2–9 0–2 11 March 16 Washington # 7–33 0–0 7–33 4–13 3–20 1–3 1–10 2–9 2–9 1–4 4 March 17 Rutgers Camden # 9–39 0–0 9–39 6–23 3–16 0–1 3–14 5–16 5–9 0–4 8 March 18 #13 TCNJ # 11–36 0–0 11–36 4–22 7–14 0–3 2–10 3–15 6–10 2–3 12 March 25 at UMass Boston 8–36 0–0 8–36 6–21 2–15 0–3 1–10 4–12 3–9 1–2 8 March 29 at Salem State 5–28 2–18 3–10 3–11 2–17 0–1 0–8 3–5 3–9 5–5 4 April 5 at UMass Boston 7–32 0–0 7–32 2–15 5–17 0–4 3–14 1–11 4–9 2–3 15 April 8 Norwich * 4–22 0–0 4–22 3–11 1–11 0–2 2–9 2–8 3–6 0–2 8 April 8 Norwich * 3–21 0–0 3–21 2–8 1–13 0–0 0–6 1–6 2–6 2–3 3 April 9 at Rivier * 13–33 11–26 2–7 6–23 7–10 2–3 1–6 5–18 5–7 6–9 8 April 9 at Rivier * 18–39 5–7 13–32 12–27 6–12 3–5 5–16 10–21 4–7 10–11 11 April 11 at Curry 12–35 0–0 12–35 8–20 4–15 0–0 5–11 5–13 4–9 5–5 5 April 12 at Eastern Conn. St 7–34 0–1 7–33 5–18 2–16 1–4 1–10 3–9 2–9 1–3 10 April 13 Albertus Magnus * 11–27 0–0 11–27 6–13 5–14 2–3 3–8 5–10 1–6 6–7 6 April 13 Albertus Magnus * 7–23 7–20 0–3 5–11 2–12 0–0 4–8 4–7 2–6 0–2 4 April 15 Anna Maria * 27–44 0–0 27–44 23–37 4–7 6–10 6–10 19–31 4–6 13–16 8 April 15 Anna Maria * 24–43 0–0 24–43 20–36 4–7 6–12 8–14 18–33 4–6 13–19 7 April 17 at Rhode Island Col. 8–43 13–27 5–16 12–26 6–17 1–2 4–14 6–15 5–9 6–7 10 April 18 Western New Eng. 5–33 0–0 5–33 1–13 4–20 0–0 2–13 1–6 3–9 1–2 7 April 20 Curry 13–35 0–0 13–35 9–24 4–11 1–4 2–10 6–17 5–9 5–5 13 April 22 at SJC * 7–27 1–8 6–19 4–11 3–16 0–1 3–9 3–7 1–7 0–0 5 April 22 at SJC * 4–22 4–9 0–13 3–8 1–14 0–0 3–9 2–4 2–7 0–0 2 April 23 Lasell * 7–26 0–0 7–26 4–8 3–18 1–2 3–9 4–7 1–6 2–3 2 April 23 Lasell * 9–26 0–0 9–26 5–11 4–15 0–0 1–6 4–9 1–7 2–3 4 April 27 UMass Dartmouth 7–33 2–3 5–30 5–15 2–18 0–0 2–11 3–11 4–9 5–5 5 April 29 at JWU * 7–26 7–26 0–0 5–17 2–9 0–1 3–10 2–9 3–7 0–1 11 April 29 at JWU * 5–26 5–25 0–1 2–14 3–11 0–0 0–7 2–11 3–7 1–3 7 April 30 at Endicott 7–27 0–2 7–25 2–13 5–14 1–3 0–7 2–7 3–7 1–2 7 April 30 at Endicott 6–25 1–6 5–19 1–12 5–13 0–1 1–7 0–8 3–7 2–2 9 May 1 Salve Regina 10–35 0–0 10–35 6–17 4–18 0–3 3–12 5–14 4–10 4–6 12 May 4 Lasell % 20–39 1–4 19–35 13–25 7–14 2–3 5–11 11–20 4–8 7–10 9 May 6 JWU % 17–39 7–17 10–22 12–29 5–10 1–4 3–10 8–21 3–8 7–9 12 May 7 JWU % 5–26 1–6 4–20 1–11 4–15 0–0 0–7 1–9 3–8 0–1 5 May 11 at Bates 0–0 14-33 8–19 6–14 1–4 6–12 8–14 3–7 3–3 9 May 11 at Bates 9–44 3–15 6–29 2–13 7–31 0–1 2–15 0–9 3–12 0–1 11 May 12 at Worcester State 8–32 1–4 7–28 3–18 5–14 0–1 1–8 2–9 5–9 0–1 7 May 18 #22/18 SJF $ 4–29 4–29 0–0 0–16 4–13 0–3 0–9 0–12 6–9 4–8 11 May 19 #25/RV Arcadia $ 7–39 0–0 7–39 2–18 5–21 0–2 2–11 1–14 4–11 0–1 8 May 20 #17/19 UMB $ 9–35 0–0 9–35 5–21 4–14 1–2 0–11 3–12 6–9 2–3 8 May 21 Babson $ 2–30 0–0 2–30 1–8 1–22 0–3 1–10 0–6 1–9 0–1 8 TOTALS 445–1491 95–319 350–1172 260–812 185–679 37–114 114–472 190–572 155–371 129–198 371 .298 .298 .299 .320 .272 .325 .242 .332 .418 .652 * GNAC CONTEST % GNAC TOURNAMENT $ NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL TOURNAMENT — HARWICH, MASS. # RUSSMATT CENTRAL FLORIDA INVITATIONAL — AUBURNDALE, FLA.

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2017 REVIEW | 2017 SUFFOLK HIGHS | | SUFFOLK TEAM GAME HIGHS — BATTING| At Bats................................ 57 Runs Scored...................... 36 Hits....................................... 27 RBIs...................................... 34 Doubles............................... 12 Triples.................................. 4 Home Runs........................ 2 Total Bases......................... 43 Walks................................... 17 Striekouts........................... 15 Sac Hits............................... 4 Sac Flies.............................. 3 Stolen Bases...................... 6 Hit By Pitch........................ 5 Caught Stealing................ 2 Runners LOB..................... 24 Hit Into DP......................... 4

vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. #9 St. John Fisher (3.10.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. Washington (3.16.17) vs. #22/18 St. John Fisher (5.18.17) at Rivier (4.9.17) at Rhode Island College (4.17.17) vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) vs. Lasell (5.4.17) vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) vs. #13 TCNJ (3.18.17) at Salem State (3.29.17) vs. Salve Regina (5.1.17) vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) at Worcester State (5.12.17)

| SUFFOLK TEAM GAME HIGHS — PITCHING | Innings Pitched................. 12.0 Runs Allowed.................... 17 Earned Runs...................... 17 Walks Allowed.................. 8 Strikeouts........................... 11 Hits Allowed...................... 19 Doubles Allowed.............. 5 Triples Allowed................. 2 Homers Allowed............... 1 Wild Pitches...................... 4 Hit Batters.......................... 5

vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) vs. Western New England (4.18.17) vs. Western New England (4.18.17) at Endicott (4.30.17) vs. Lasell (5.4.17) at Curry (4.11.17) at Bates (5.11.17) vs. UMass Dartmouth (4.27.17) vs. Western New England (4.18.17) at Johnson & Wales (4.29.17) 9 Times vs. Rutgers Camden (3.17.17) vs. UMass Boston (5.20.17) vs. Rutgers Camde (3.17.17)

| SUFFOLK TEAM GAME HIGHS — FIELDING | Putouts................................ 36 Assists................................. 17 Errors................................... 5 Passed Balls....................... 2 DPS Turned........................ 4

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vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) at Salem State (3.29.17) at Rhode Island College (4.17.17) vs. Salve Regina (5.1.17) vs. Salve Regina (5.1.17) at Salem State (3.29.17) vs. Lasell (5.4.17) at Johnson & Wales (4.29.17)

| A RAMS’ GAME HIGHS — BATTING |

At Bats................................ 8 Matt Brenner vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) Runs Scored...................... 5 Brady Chant vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Luke Ronchi vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Kevin Belskie vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Hits....................................... 5 Luke Ronchi vs. #9 St. John Fisher (3.10.17) Brady Chant at Bates (5.11.17) RBIs...................................... 7 Luke Ronchi vs. #9 St. John Fisher (3.10.17) Doubles............................... 3 Brady Chant vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Triples.................................. 3 Brady Chant vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Home Runs........................ 1 12 Times Total Bases......................... 9 Luke Ronchi vs. #9 St. John Fisher (3.10.17) Brady Chant vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Walks................................... 3 11 Times Striekouts........................... 4 Kevin Higgins vs. Salve Regina (5.1.17) Sac Hits............................... 2 Sean Cameron vs. #22/18 St. John Fisher (5.18.17) Sac Flies.............................. 1 20 Times Stolen Bases...................... 2 5 Times Hit By Pitch........................ 2 Kevin Belskie vs. Dickinson (3.13.17) Sean Cameron vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Luke Ronchi vs. Salve Regina (5.1.17) Caught Stealing................ 1 20 Times Runners LOB..................... 3 Seth Coiley vs. #25/RV Arcadia (5.19.17)

| A RAMS’ GAME HIGHS — PITCHING |

Innings Pitched................. 9.0 4 Times Runs Allowed.................... 11 Kevin Sinatra vs. Rutgers Camden (3.17.17) Earned Runs...................... 11 Kevin Sinatra vs. Rutgers Camden (3.17.17) Walks Allowed.................. 8 Tim Conry at Endicott (4.30.17) Strikeouts........................... 9 Chuck Gibson vs. #22/18 St. John Fisher (5.18.17) Hits Allowed...................... 14 Chuck Gibson at Worcester State (5.12.17) Doubles Allowed.............. 3 5 Times Triples Allowed................. 2 Ryan Pordes at Johnson & Wales (4.29.17) Homers Allowed............... 1 9 Times Wild Pitches...................... 4 Kevin Sinatra vs. Rutgers Camden (3.17.17) Hit Batters.......................... 4 Tim Conry vs. Curry (4.20.17)

| A RAMS’ GAME HIGHS — FIELDING | Putouts................................ 14 Assists................................. 8 Errors................................... 3 Passed Balls....................... 2

Kevin Belskie vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) Kevin Belskie at Salem State (3.29.17) BJ Neil vs. Johnson & Wales (5.7.17) Sean Cameron vs. Montclair State (3.12.17) Sean Cameron vs. Anna Maria (4.15.17) Matt Brenner at Salem State (3.29.17) Matt Brenner vs. Lasell (5.4.17)


2017 REVIEW | 2017 OPPONENT HIGHS | | OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS — BATTING| At Bats................................ 47 Runs Scored...................... 17 Hits....................................... 19 RBIs...................................... 17 Doubles............................... 5 Triples.................................. 2 Home Runs........................ 1 Total Bases......................... 25 Walks................................... 8 Striekouts........................... 11 Sac Hits............................... 3 Sac Flies.............................. 1 Stolen Bases...................... 8 Hit By Pitch........................ 5 Caught Stealing................ 2 Runners LOB..................... 14 Hit Into DP......................... 4

Montclair State (3.12.17) Western New England (4.18.17) UMass Dartmouth (4.27.17) Western New England (4.18.17) Western New England (4.18.17) Johnson & Wales (4.29.17) 9 Times Western New England (4.18.17) Endicott (4.30.17) Lasell (5.7.17) Curry (4.11.17) Bates (5.11.17) Washington (3.16.17) #25/RV Arcadia (5.19.17) 17 Times Montclair State (3.12.17) Endicott (4.30.17) Rutgers Camde (3.17.17) Gordon (3.15.17) Babson (5.21.17) at Johnson & Wales (4.29.17)

| OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS — PITCHING | Innings Pitched................. 12.0 Runs Allowed.................... 36 Earned Runs...................... 26 Walks Allowed.................. 17 Strikeouts........................... 15 Hits Allowed...................... 27 Doubles Allowed.............. 12 Triples Allowed................. 4 Homers Allowed............... 2 Wild Pitches...................... 4 Hit Batters.......................... 5

Bates (5.11.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) Washington (3.16.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17) #9 St. John Fisher (3.10.17) Curry (4.20.17) Anna Maria (4.15.17)

| OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS — FIELDING | Putouts................................ 36 Assists................................. 15 Errors................................... 5 Passed Balls....................... 3 DPS Turned........................ 4

at Bates (5.11.17) Curry (4.11.17) Johnson & Wales (5.7.17) #17/19UMass Boston (5.20.17) Greenville (3.15.17) Norwich (4.8.17) Lasell (5.4.17) at Worcester State (5.12.17)

| AN INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT’S GAME HIGHS — BATTING | At Bats................................ 6 Runs Scored...................... 3 Hits....................................... 4 RBIs...................................... 5 Doubles............................... 2 Triples.................................. 1 Home Runs........................ 1 Total Bases......................... 7 Walks................................... 3 Striekouts........................... 3 Sac Hits............................... 1 Sac Flies.............................. 1 Stolen Bases...................... 5 Hit By Pitch........................ 2 Caught Stealing................ 1 Runners LOB..................... 7

11 Times 16 Times Michael (UMass Dartmouth) (4.27.17) DeDonato (Endicott) (4.30.17) Gill (Babson) (5.21.17) Morin (Western New England) (4.18.17) 5 Times 7 Times 9 Times Lopr (Curry) (4.11.17) Morin (Western New England) (4.18.17) Kochiss (Endicott) (4.30.17) Valentin (Lasel) (5.4.17) 6 Times 20 Times 17 Times Long (Montclair State) (3.12.17) Lynch (Montclair State) (3.12.17) Kuchera (Rutgers Camden) (3.17.17) Moreau (Curry) (4.20.17) 17 Times Roethel (#9 St. John Fisher) (3.10.17)

| AN INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT’S GAME HIGHS — PITCHING | Innings Pitched................. 9.0 Runs Allowed.................... 18 Earned Runs...................... 13 Walks Allowed.................. 8 Strikeouts........................... 12 Hits Allowed...................... 14 Doubles Allowed.............. 6 Triples Allowed................. 2 Homers Allowed............... 1 Wild Pitches...................... 4 Hit Batters.......................... 2

Lloyd (#25/RV Arcadia) (5.19.17) Lehr (Babson) (5.21.17) Elliot (Anna Maria) (4.15.17) Seaton (Rivier) (4.9.17) Elliot (Anna Maria) (4.15.17) Budlong (Johnson & Wales) (4.29.17) Margolin (Washington) (3.16.17) Jakol (Anna Maria) (4.15.17) Elliot (Anna Maria) (4.15.17) 6 Times 12 Times Ryan (Curry) (4.20.17) 8 Times

| AN INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT’S GAME HIGHS — FIELDING | Putouts................................ 15 Assists................................. 7 Errors................................... 3 Passed Balls....................... 3

Maider (Washington) (3.16.17) Cabral (Johnson & Wales) (5.7.17) Browne (Albertus Magnus) (4.13.17) Umberto (Johnson & Wales) (5.7.17) Lesco (Norwich) (4.8.17) Pedl (Norwich) (4.8.17) Cutone (Lasell) (5.4.17)

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2017 REVIEW | SUFFOLK WHEN ... | Overall......................................................................28–17 GNAC..........................................................................12–2 Non–Conference................................................... 16–15 Home..........................................................................12–2 Away ...........................................................................9–8 Neutral.........................................................................7–7 Day Games..............................................................22–17 Night Games.............................................................5–0 On Monday..................................................................2-1 On Tuesday..................................................................2-1 On Wednesday..........................................................2-2 On Thursday...............................................................6-3 On Friday.....................................................................2-2 On Saturday...............................................................8-5 On Sunday..................................................................6-3 Left Starter................................................................ 7–5 Right Starter............................................................21–12 1–Run Games............................................................ 11–4 2–Run Games............................................................ 3–3 5+ Run Games......................................................... 12–7 Extra Innings............................................................. 3–2 Shutouts.....................................................................3–0 Scores 0–2 Runs.......................................................4–5 Scores 3–5 Runs....................................................... 7–11 Scores 6–9 Runs........................................................ 6–1 Scores 10+ Runs...................................................... 11–0 Opponent Scores Scoring 0–2 Runs.................14–2 Opponent Scores 3–5 Runs................................... 6–1 Opponent Scores 6–9 Runs.................................. 8–8 Opponent Scores 10+ Runs..................................0–6 Scored in 1st Inning................................................13–4 Opponent Scored in 1st Inning.........................10–10 Scores First.............................................................. 16–4 Opponent Scores First.........................................12–13 Leading After 6......................................................22–4 Trailing After 6..........................................................3–11 Tied After 6................................................................ 3–2 Leading After 7....................................................... 10–3 Trailing After 7.......................................................... 3–7 Tied After 7................................................................ 2–2 Leading After 8....................................................... 10–1 Trailing After 8.........................................................2–10 Tied After 8................................................................. 3–1 Hit No Home Runs...............................................20–14 Hit 1 Home Run......................................................... 7–3 Hit 2 Home Runs.......................................................1–0 Opponent Hit No Home Runs............................25–11 Opponent Hit 1 Home Run.................................... 3–6 Opponent Hit 2 Home Runs................................ 0–0 Had No Errors........................................................... 9–3 Had 1 Error............................................................... 10–5 Had 2+ Errors............................................................9–9 Opponent Had No Errors......................................6–4 Opponent Had 1 Error.............................................8–4 Opponent Had 2+ Errors..................................... 14–9 Out–Hit Opponent..................................................21–3 Out–Hit By Opponent............................................5–13 Hits Are Tied............................................................... 2–1

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SCORE BY INNING 1 2 SUFFOLK 48 34 OPPONENT 47 26

3 39 26

4 53 22

RECORD WHEN TEAM SCORES RUNS 0 1 2 3 W–L 0–0 2–3 2–2 3–3 RECORD WHEN OPPONENT SCORES RUNS 0 1 2 3 W–L 3–0 7–0 4–2 5–0

5 34 20

6 40 40

7 39 16

8 14 24

9 21 11

EX 4 3

4 4–1

5 0–7

6 0–0

7 2–0

8 2–1

9 2–0

10+ 11–1

4 0–1

5 1–0

6 3–4

7 1–2

8 2–1

9 2–1

10+ 0–6

RECORD WHEN LEADING AFTER INNING 1 2 W–L 12–2 16–3

3 19–2

4 20–3

5 22–4

6 22–4

7 10–3

8 10–1

RECORD WHEN TRAILING AFTER INNING 1 2 W–L 6–9 6–11

3 3–12

4 4–13

5 3–10

6 3–11

7 3–7

8 2–10

RECORD WHEN TIED AFTER INNING 1 2 W–L 10–6 6–3

3 6–3

4 4–1

5 3–3

6 3–2

7 2–2

8 3–1

STARTING LINEUPS POSITIONS (W–L) PITCHER 17 Pordes 10 (9–1) 9 Gibson 9 (7–2) 12 Walrod 8 (3–5) 18 Siantra 6 (3–3) 13 Conroy 5 (3–2) 14 Fusco 3 (2–1) 33 Batchelder 2 (0–2) 24 Zell 1 (0–1) 16 Stanley 1 (0–1) CATCHER 44 Brenner 44 (28–16) 19 Shimchak 1 (0–1) FIRST BASE 21 Belskie 42 (27–15) 15 Lee 3 (1–2) SECOND BASE 3 Neil 23 (13–10) 2 Higgins 18 (13–5) 15 Lee 4 (2–2) THIRD BASE 1 Tirone 22 (15–7) 2 Higgins 19 (12–7) 15 Lee 4 (1–3) SHORTSTOP 11 Cameron 42 (27–15) 2 Higgins 3 (1–2) LEFT FIELD 10 Coiley 34 (23–11) 6 Grogan 10 (5–5) 8 Aresty 1 (0–1) CENTER FIELD 4 Chant 45 (28–17) RIGHT FIELD 5 Ronchi 44 (27–17) 6 Grogan 1 (1–0) DESIGNATED HITTER 22 Speliotis 30 (23–7) 10 Coiley 6 (1–5) 3 Neil 4 (3–1) 27 Brigham 2 (0–2) 1 Tirone 1 (1–0) 21 Belskie 1 (0–1) 35 Troio 1 (0–1)

TOTAL 326 235

STARTING LINEUPS BATTING ORDER (W–L) LEADOFF 4 Chant 43 (28–15) 11 Cameron 2 (0–2) 2ND SPOT 11 Cameron 38 (26–12) 7 Brenner 2 (0–2) 1 Tirone 2 (1–1) 6 Grogan 1 (1–0) 15 Lee 1 (0–1) 3 Neil 1 (0–1) 3RD SPOT 10 Coiley 35 (23–12) 7 Brenner 5 (5–0) 4 Chant 2 (0–2) 5 Ronchi 2 (0–2) 21 Belskie 1 (0–1) CLEANUP 7 Brenner 35 (23–12) 21 Belskie 9 (4–5) 22 Speliotis 1 (1–0) 5TH SPOT 22 Speliotis 28 (22–6) 1 Tirone 6 (4–2) 5 Ronchi 4 (1–3) 10 Coiley 4 (1–3) 21 Belskie 2 (0–2) 27 Brigham 1 (0–1) 6TH SPOT 5 Ronchi 38 (26–12) 6 Grogan 4 (2–2) 7 Brenner 1 (0–1) 10 Coiley 1 (0–1) 15 Lee 1 (0–1) 7TH SPOT 21 Belskie 31 (23–8) 6 Grogan 5 (3–2) 2 Higgins 5 (2–3) 15 Lee 2 (0–2) 22 Speliotis 1 (0–1) 35 Troio 1 (0–1) 8TH SPOT 3 Neil 18 (12–6) 1 Tirone 15 (11–4) 15 Lee 6 (3–3) 2 Higgins 2 (2–0) 6 Grogan 1 (0–1) 19 Shimchak 1 (0–1) 7 Brenner 1 (0–1) 27 Brigham 1 (0–1)

9TH SPOT 2 Higgins 3 Neil 11 Cameron 8 Aresty 15 Lee

33 (22–11) 8 (4–4) 2 (1–1) 1 (0–1) 1 (1–0)


2017 REVIEW | 2017 MISC STATS | | MULTIPLE HIT GAMES | | MULTIPLE RBI GAMES | # PLAYER 2 3 4 5+ TOTAL # PLAYER 2 3 4 5+ TOTAL 4 Brady Chant 14 6 - 1 21 7 Matt Brenner 4 3 - 2 9 11 Sean Cameron 11 2 1 - 14 2 Kevin Higgins 4 3 - 1 8 7 Matt Brenner 10 2 2 - 14 21 Kevin Belskie 5 1 1 1 8 2 Kevin Higgins 10 1 - - 11 5 Luke Ronchi 5 2 - 1 8 10 Seth Coiley 7 4 - - 11 10 Seth Coiley 4 1 - 1 6 5 Luke Ronchi 5 3 2 1 11 4 Brady Chant 3 2 1 - 6 21 Kevin Belskie 4 5 2 - 11 1 Curtis Tirone 3 1 1 - 5 1 Curtis Tirone 4 2 - - 6 11 Sean Cameron 3 - 1 - 4 3 BJ Neil 5 1 - - 6 22 Greg Speliotis 3 1 - - 4 22 Greg Speliotis 2 1 - - 3 15 Trevor Lee 2 - - - 2 6 Zach Grogan - 1 1 - 2 3 BJ Neil 1 1 - - 2 15 Trevor Lee 2 - - - 2 6 Zach Grogan - - - 1 1 TEAM 74 28 8 2 112 35 Connor Troio 1 - - - 1 8 Zack Aresty - 1 - - 1 TEAM 38 16 4 7 65 HITTING STREAKS # PLAYER LONGEST CURRENT 4 Brady Chant 13 1 7 Matt Brenner 10 11 Sean Cameron 9 1 10 Seth Coiley 9 3 BJ Neil 6 5 Luke Ronchi 5 1 Curtis Tirone 5 1 2 Kevin Higgins 5 21 Kevin Belskie 5 6 Zach Grogan 4 22 Greg Speliotis 3 28 Anthony Riga 2 2 8 Zack Aresty 2 27 Tim Brigham 2 15 Trevor Lee 2 35 Connor Troio 2 1 19 Tommy Shimchak 1 1

STARTERS SUMMARY

POSITION BATTING ORDER

# NAME GS P C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF OF DH 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 4 Brady Chant 45 . . . . . . . 45 . . . 43 . 2 . . . . . . 5 Luke Ronchi 44 . . . . . . . . 44 . . . . 2 . 4 38 . . . 7 Matt Brenner 44 . 44 . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 35 . 1 . 1 . 21 Kevin Belskie 43 . . 42 . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 9 2 . 31 . . 11 Sean Cameron 42 . . . . . 42 . . . . . 2 38 . . . . . . 2 2 Kevin Higgins 40 . . . 18 19 3 . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2 33 10 Seth Coiley 40 . . . . . . 34 . . . 6 . . 35 . 4 1 . . . 22 Greg Speliotis 30 . . . . . . . . . . 30 . . . 1 28 . 1 . . 3 BJ Neil 27 . . . 23 . . . . . . 4 . 1 . . . . . 18 8 1 Curtis Tirone 23 . . . . 22 . . . . . 1 . 2 . . 6 . . 15 . 6 Zach Grogan 11 . . . . . . 10 . 1 . . . 1 . . . 4 5 1 . 15 Trevor Lee 11 . . 3 4 4 . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 2 6 1 17 Ryan Pordes 10 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Chuck Gibson 9 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Worth Walrod 8 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Kevin Sinatra 6 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Tim Conry 5 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mark Fusco 3 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Tim Brigham 2 . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . 1 . . 1 . 33 Charlest Batchelder 2 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Wyatt Stanley 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Tommy Shimchak 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 35 Connor Troio 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 24 Tyler Zell 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Zack Aresty 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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2017 REVIEW | 2017 GNAC OVERALL COMPARISON |

HITTING GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG 1 Albertus Magnus 32 968 178 253 50 8 13 150 117 190 43 13 .261 2 Anna Maria 38 1059 160 256 45 13 4 133 141 221 74 16 .242 3 Johnson & Wales 42 1366 267 406 77 5 11 236 179 274 57 18 .297 4 Lasell 32 996 211 317 63 8 19 188 125 213 34 15 .318 5 Norwich 36 1017 149 281 46 6 8 135 83 201 39 9 .276 6 Rivier 32 938 124 232 35 3 4 103 99 216 37 6 .247 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 39 1270 364 445 86 17 26 315 151 188 39 21 .350 8 Suffolk 45 1491 326 445 78 32 12 300 241 283 62 20 .298

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EXTENDED HITTING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP HBP 32 28 38 28 42 45 32 24 36 16 32 37 39 69 45 40

PITCHING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP 32 38 42 32 36 32 39 45

IP H 236.0 336 267.0 417 338.0 363 236.2 330 247.2 317 234.1 417 307.0 324 372.1 415

FIELDING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP 32 38 42 32 36 32 39 45

TC PO A 1052 707 267 1186 801 286 1574 1014 479 1094 710 321 1072 743 276 1040 703 260 1338 924 368 1633 1117 448

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SF 18 13 20 14 4 14 21 20

SH 4 5 12 19 20 11 44 28

TB XBH HDP 358 71 17 339 62 20 526 93 31 453 90 23 363 60 18 285 42 31 643 129 25 623 122 35

R ER 284 213 401 303 211 158 236 192 226 182 362 265 165 129 235 193

BB 164 234 162 108 139 167 107 152

E FPCT 78 .926 96 .919 81 .949 63 .942 53 .951 77 .926 46 .966 68 .958

GO 266 288 348 225 272 267 305 420

K K/7 178 6.79 166 5.60 273 7.27 136 5.17 229 8.32 119 4.57 269 7.89 252 6.09

DP 9 12 47 30 9 12 21 36

OBP SLG .352 .370 .342 .320 .391 .385 .402 .455 .339 .357 .338 .304 .440 .506 .405 .418

FO GO/FO PA 233 1.14 1135 223 1.29 1246 322 1.08 1622 226 1.00 1178 245 1.11 1140 220 1.21 1099 338 .90 1555 332 1.27 1820

HR 15 11 7 21 20 23 12 9

ERA 8.12 10.21 4.21 7.30 6.61 10.18 3.78 4.67

SBA RCS RCS% 53 9 .145 97 11 .102 85 10 .105 51 14 .215 94 15 .138 63 11 .149 28 16 .364 74 13 .149

PB 33 29 12 25 25 19 20 12


2017 REVIEW | 2017 GNAC CONFERENCE ONLY COMPARISON |

HITTING GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG 1 Albertus Magnus 14 398 77 113 25 3 9 69 53 69 20 4 .284 2 Anna Maria 14 358 43 77 15 - 1 34 50 84 26 6 .215 3 Johnson & Wales 14 389 95 123 28 2 5 87 60 68 15 5 .316 4 Lasell 14 383 99 131 32 3 8 93 53 75 20 8 .342 5 Norwich 14 376 59 102 20 2 5 53 27 64 14 1 .271 6 Rivier 14 389 61 112 17 1 2 53 31 83 15 - .288 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 14 430 144 166 24 8 14 128 58 58 12 4 .386 8 Suffolk 15 405 144 146 28 17 4 131 73 56 11 4 .360

OBP .372 .320 .414 .426 .327 .357 .468 .474

EXTENDED HITTING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP HBP SF SH 14 8 9 1 14 6 2 3 14 11 9 1 14 10 9 11 14 4 - 6 14 14 6 4 14 16 9 13 14 19 5 4

TB XBH HDP 171 37 5 95 16 3 170 35 10 193 43 9 141 27 7 137 20 12 248 46 8 220 49 10

GO 108 122 83 84 97 111 90 109

FO GO/FO PA 101 1.07 469 69 1.77 419 109 .76 470 98 .86 466 104 .93 413 82 1.35 444 115 .78 526 84 1.30 506

PITCHING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

IP H 96.0 135 90.0 181 95.0 94 958.2 107 93.1 106 93.1 178 98.0 82 96.0 87

R 116 178 57 63 69 159 36 44

ER 90 135 44 53 56 123 29 31

K/7 6.38 5.60 8.05 5.27 8.39 3.95 8.17 7.03

HR 4 7 2 10 11 8 5 1

FIELDING 1 Albertus Magnus 2 Anna Maria 3 Johnson & Wales 4 Lasell 5 Norwich 6 Rivier 7 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 8 Suffolk

GP 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

TC PO 415 288 403 270 455 285 441 287 397 280 417 280 424 294 419 288

A 96 94 153 137 97 105 123 112

E FPCT 28 .932 39 .903 17 .963 17 .961 20 .950 32 .923 7 .983 19 .955

BB 69 78 47 35 39 67 34 36

K 68 56 85 56 87 41 89 75

SLG .430 .265 .437 .504 .375 .352 .577 .543

ERA 8.44 13.50 4.17 4.99 5.40 11.86 2.66 2.91

DP SBA RCS RCS% PB 3 19 2 .095 13 5 27 2 .069 10 14 18 3 .143 3 14 10 3 .231 7 3 12 5 .294 8 5 22 4 .154 10 7 10 7 .412 5 13 15 1 .063 2

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2017 REVIEW | 2017 GNAC OVERALL COMPARISON |

GNAC OVERALL TEAM GP RECORD WIN% GP RECORD Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 14 13-1 0.929 39 31-8 Suffolk 14 12-2 0.857 45 28-17 Lasell 14 10-4 0.714 32 16-16 Johnson & Wales 14 8-6 0.571 42 23-19 Norwich 14 6-8 0.429 36 12-24 Albertus Magnus 14 5-9 0.357 32 10-21-1 Rivier 14 2-12 0.143 32 3-29 Anna Maria 14 0-14 0.000 38 7-31

WIN% 0.795 0.622 0.500 0.548 0.333 0.328 0.094 0.184

LAST 10 7-3 6-4 6-4 6-4 3-7 2-7-1 2-8 0-1

STREAK Lost 2 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 7 Lost 3 Lost 6 Lost 21

| 2017 GNAC WEEKLY AWARDS | DATE PLAYER March 6 March 13 March 20 March 27 April 3 April 10 April 17 April 24 May 1

Edison Mercado, Johnson & Wales Taylor Black, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Andrew Scully, Albertus Magnus Jameson Collins, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Brady Chant, Suffolk Andrew Scully, Albertus Magnus Brady Chant, Suffolk Dave Matthews, JWU Andrew Scully, Albertus Magnus

| 2017 GNAC TOURNAMENT | FIRST ROUND | SINGLE ELIMINATION | MAY 2 #3 Lasell 18, #6 Albertus Magnus 12 #4 Johnson & Wales 7, #5 Norwich 6 SECOND ROUND | DOUBLE ELIMINATION | MAY 4 #2 Suffolk 15, #3 Lasell 8 #4 Johnson & Wales 6, #1 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 3 SEMIFINALS | MAY 6 #3 Lasell 5, #1 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 3 #2 Suffolk 11, #4 Johnson & Wales 1 #4 Johnson & Wales 15, #3 Lasell 1 CHAMPIONSHIP | MAY 7 #2 Suffolk 1, #4 Johnson & Wales 0 GNAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Matt Brenner, Suffolk Brandon Budlong, Johnson & Wales Ryan Cabral, Johnson & wales Brady Chant, Suffolk Seth Coiley, Suffolk Chris Gerossie, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Chuck Gibson (MVP), Suffolk Casey Johnson, Lasell David Marsel, Lasell Joe Murphy, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) James Smiegocki, Johnson & Wales

| 2017 POSTSEASON | 2017 NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONALS Harwich, Mass. May 18 Suffolk 4, # 22/18 St. John Fisher 0 May 19 Suffolk 1, #25/RV Arcadia 0 (11) May 20 #17/19 UMass Boston 13, Suffolk 4 May 21 Babson 9, Suffolk 1

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PITCHER

Lane Johnson, Johnson & Wales Josh Partridge, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Ryan Pordes, Suffolk Grayson Jennings, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Casey Johnson, Lasell Josh Partridge, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Kyle Farquharson, Norwich Matt Demma, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Travis Godbout, Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

ROOKIE

Joe Maracic, Johnson & Wales

Brandon Clark, Albertus Magnus Ben Gravel, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Brandon Clark, Albertus Magnus Luke Kelnda, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Ben Gravel, Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

| 2017 GNAC WEEKLY AWARDS | ALL-GNAC FIRST TEAM C — Matt Brenner, Suffolk INF — Andrew Scully, Albertus Magnus INF — Brett Barbati, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) INF — Taylor Black, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) INF — Max McCoomb, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) OF — Dave Matthews, Johnson & Wales OF — Brandon Valentin, Lasell OF — Brady Chant, Suffolk DH — Jameson Collins, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) UTIL — Hector Coscione, Lasell P — Josh Partridge, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) P — Chuck Gibson, Suffolk

GOLD GLOVE TEAM C — Jacob White, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 1B — Ryan Cabral, Johnson & Wales 2B — IVan Reyes, Johnson & Wales 3B — Taylor Black, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) SS — Lou Umberto, Johnson & Wales OF — Rob Ballinger, Johnson & Wales OF — LaShawn Thomas, Norwich OF — Brady Chant, Suffolk P — Lane Compton, Johnson & Wales

ALL-GNAC SECOND TEAM C — Jacob White, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) INF — Matthew Leahey, Anna Maria INF — Lou Umberto, Johnson & Wales INF — Dom Mascolo, Lasell INF — Kevin Belskie, Suffolk OF — Rob Ballinger, Johnson & Wales OF — Dennis Meehan, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) OF — Luke Ronchi, Suffolk DH — Edison Mercado, Johnson & Wales UTIL — Tyler Ferdinand, Rivier P — Brandon Budlong, Johnson & Wales P — Kyle Farquharson, Norwich

GNAC PITCHER OF THE YEAR Chuck Gibson, Suffolk

ALL-GNAC THIRD TEAM C — Brandon Pedley, Norwich INF — Ivan Reyes, Johnson & Wales INF — Andrew Marchesseault, Lasell INF — Sean Cameron, Suffolk INF — Kevin Higgins, Suffolk OF — Skylar Beckerman, Lasell OF — Kevin Lynch, Norwich OF — Seth Coiley, Suffolk DH — Matt Sirois, Norwich UTIL — Noah McDaniel, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) P — Travis Godbout, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) P — Ryan Pordes, Suffolk

GNAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Taylor Black, Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Joe Maracic, Johnson & Wales GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR Frank Pecora, Norwich INSTITUTIONAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Rivier GNAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM Tom Moore, Albertus Magnus Callah Finn–McMahon, Anna Maria Greg Joubert, Johnson & Wales Matt Haskell, Lasell Mike Lesco, Norwich Charlie Savard, Rivier Cejay Suarez, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) BJ Neil, Suffolk


kevinBELKSIE

ramsREFLECTIONS

THE 2017 RAMS REFLECT IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF ANNUAL COLLECTIONS. SENIOR CAPTAINS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF SUFFOLK TEAMS WERE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE VIEWPOINTS BASED ON PERSONAL EXPERIENCE FROM BOTH THEIR SENIOR SEASONS AND FULL VARSITY CAREERS AT SUFFOLK. The only way I can begin this reflection, is by stating that transferring to Suffolk University has been the best decision I’ve ever made. I transferred as a sophomore in

My teammates have been my best friends and family for

the fall of 2014, filled with uncertainty and apprehension;

the past three years. I have established lifelong connections

I was hundreds of miles from my family in Norristown,

that stretch across the country. The accolades, at-bats, and

Pennsylvania. After I made it through my first fall ball season

the game itself will be something from which I will move on;

I knew I had made the right choice; I had just made 30 close

however, being able to spend every day with my best friends

friends.

at practice or on van rides to and from games is what I will miss the most. Our yearly trip to Florida was what I looked

My first season at Suffolk was somewhat tumultuous, like any

forward to all year. Another unforgettable experience has

season there were peaks and valleys. However, we won the

been playing in the NCAA regional tournament. I am grateful

GNAC tournament for the first time in five years and any low

that I can do this one more time, as this will be our third

point experienced that year seemed insignificant. I realized

straight appearance.

that feeling of accomplishment, of winning the conference championship, was something I wanted to feel every year for

These past three years have made me not only a better

the rest of my college career. The last two years were both

baseball player, but a better and more resilient person. I’ve

more successful than my first year. Last year our team had

become a Mutt, which is our self-identified mascot. We come

the second most wins in school history at 33. This year we

from different places and backgrounds, but we grind through

returned eight seniors and we three-peated for the first time

any obstacles that come our way. To be a Mutt you have

in program history.

to smile in the face of adversity and welcome challenges because without struggle, there can be no progress.

I have spent a majority of my time at Suffolk in Ridgeway, either in the lounge hanging out with teammates, or in the

The success we have earned has been something that I

weight room getting ready for the season. I want to thank

will look back on from time to time, but the friendships

everyone in Ridgeway, the athletic department, and our

and memories I’ve made are something I’ll always cherish.

coaching staff for supporting us over the years and making

Teammates share a special bond, but teammates who win

everything we’ve achieved possible. This school year we

championships together, their bond lasts forever. I’d give

were lucky enough to have a brand-new varsity weight

anything to be able to continue these memories; I would

room and fitness center; thank you Michael and Larry Smith

even run our 7 a.m. sprints in a heart beat to have another

for your generous contribution. They embody the sense of

season with all of my teammates and coaches.

camaraderie, family, and community we develop as studentathletes at Suffolk. I can only hope to give back to

I wish all of my teammates the best of luck as they continue

future student athletes, what they have given back to my

their college career. I am very thankful that this program and

teammates and myself.

University welcomed me with open arms; it has truly been the best experience of my life. U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS | ALL–TIME OPPONENTS | OPPONENT

AIC Albertus Magnus Albion Alleghany Amherst Anna Maria Anderson Aquinas Arcadia Assumption Babson Baldwin Wallace Baptist Bates Becker Bennedictine Bentley Boston College Boston State Boston University Bowdoin Brandeis Bridgeport Bridgewater State Bryant Calvin Calvin Collidge Cambridge JC Chicago Clark Clarkson Coast Guard Coe Colby Colby Sawyer Concordia Curry Dakota State Daniel Webster Denison Dickinson Eastern Connecticut State Eastern Nazarene Edgewood Emory & Henry Endicott Fargo Farleigh Dickinson Fitchburg State Fontbonne Fort Devens Framingham State Franklin & Marshall Gallaudet Geneva Gordon Gorham Goshen Gwynedd Mercy Hamilton Hartford Harvard Harvard JV Hiram Hope Husson John Hopkins Johnson & Wales

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1 0 35 8 2 0 2 1 2 10 12 1 0 2 0 4 1 0 12 23 18 27 1 1 0 2 11 4 1 2 2 1 0 14 13 1 2 5 5 3 8 1 8 28 8 2 0 14 10 19 14 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 31 8 1 0 2 1 1 0 4 1 1 4 0 1 31 8 0 2 22 0 0 1 1 1 5 13 28 4 27 1 1 0 9 14 1 0 3 1 19 8 1 0 0 2 20 15 0 2 1 0 2 1 15 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 7 14 1 3 3 3 1 0 1 2 4 2 1 3 35 17 -

OPPONENT

Kalamazoo Keene State Keystone Knox Lasell Lowell Lowell State Lowell Teachers Lowell Tech Lowell Textile Macalester Maine Maryville UMass Boston UMass Dartmouth UMass Farmington Mass. Maritime MCLA Merrimack Messiah MIT Montclair State Muskingham Mt. St. Joseph Oswego State Nasson Naval District Nebraska Wesleyan New Bedford Textile Newbury Newman New Jersey City Newton JC Nichols Northeastern Norwich Penn State (Altoona) Penn State (Behrend) Pittsburgh Greensburg Plattsburgh State Plymouth State Quonsett Navel Ramapo Ripon Rivier Rhode Island College Robert Morris Rochester Rochester Institute of Tech. Roger Williams Rowan Rutgers Camden Salisbury Salem State Salve Regina Scranton Southern Connecticut Southern Maine Southern Vermont Spalding St. John Fihser St. Joseph’s (Maine) St. Lawrence St. Michael’s St. Thomas Staley Stevens Stonehill

W L T

OPPONENT

W L T

0 1 SUNY Farminghdale 1 1 2 2 TCNJ 2 3 1 2 Tiffen 0 1 3 1 Thomas More 1 1 22 1 Transylvania 0 3 7 16 Trinity 1 2 9 1 Tufts 10 25 3 0 Tusculum 1 0 7 10 Wartburg 0 1 1 1 Washington 1 0 3 0 Washington (Mo.) 0 1 1 0 Webster 2 1 1 0 Wentworth 20 6 24 12 Western Connecticut 1 1 7 22 Western New England 18 15 13 1 Westfield State 2 4 14 7 Westminster 0 1 0 1 Wheaton 9 13 2 8 6 Williams 4 2 1 0 William Paterson 0 2 24 34 Winthrop 0 2 3 1 Wisconsin Oshkosh 1 0 1 1 Wisconsin Stevens Point 0 1 3 0 WPI 12 14 0 1 Worcster College 0 1 10 3 Worcester JC 2 0 0 1 Worcester State 4 5 2 0 Worcester Tech 4 6 2 0 York 0 1 0 2 Youngstown State 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 17 17 1 2 36 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 4 2 26 5 18 13 1 0 0 1 1 0 6 6 0 4 0 1 1 0 24 31 12 4 0 1 0 1 2 5 15 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 16 Derne St 20 27 Boston, MA 02114 3 3 0 1 617.936.4494 0 1 florinapizza.com 1 0 - 1 0 10 7 -

FLORINA florina pizzeria / paninoteca


RESULTS |YEARLY RESULTS | YEAR COACH OVERALL CONFERENCE 1947 Charles Law 7–1 1948 Charles Law 6–7 1949 Charles Law 6–7 1950 Charles Law 3–5 1951 Charles Law 5–2 1952 2–2 1953 1954 1–2 1955 3–7–1 1956 4–3–1 1957 7–6 1958 7–3 1959 7–5 1960 8–3 1961 5–7 1962 7–2 1963 1964 George Doucet 7–5 1965 George Doucet 4–8 1966 George Doucet 8–5 1967 George Doucet 6–6 1968 George Doucet 9–6 1969 George Doucet 12–5 1970 George Doucet 13–3 1971 George Doucet 8–6 1972 George Doucet 8–6 1973 George Doucet 1974 Tom Walsh 6–10 1975 Tom Walsh 6–12 1976 Tom Walsh 5–9–1 1977 Tom Walsh 5–15 1978 Tom Walsh 8–12 1979 Tom Walsh 11–7 1980 Tom Walsh 10–10 1981 Willoughby/Walsh 5–15 1982 Joe Walsh 8–12 1983 Joe Walsh 16–14 1984 Joe Walsh 15–10 1985 Joe Walsh 20-9 1986 Joe Walsh 19–11 1987 Joe Walsh 7–14 1988 Joe Walsh 10–16 1989 Joe Walsh 15–15 1990 Joe Walsh 16–8–1 1991 Joe Walsh 14–14 1992 Joe Walsh 21–12 1993 Joe Walsh 12–16 1994 Joe Walsh 19–13 1995 Joe Walsh 26–11 1996 Cary McConnell 17–14 1997 Cary McConnell 14–14 1998 Cary McConnell 25–11 1999 Cary McConnell 24–12

SEASON NOTES First Varsity Season

Division II Division II Division II Division II Division II First Year Competing at Division III

Two individuals split head coaching duties; Willoughby (1-6) & Walsh (4–9)

ECAC Tournament ECAC Tournament

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RESULTS YEAR COACH OVERALL CONFERENCE 2000 Cary McConnell 38–9 16–0 GNAC 2001 Cary McConnell 25–11–1 14–2 GNAC 2002 Cary McConnell 27–14 14–2 GNAC 2003 Cary McConnell 26–14 13–3 GNAC 2004 Cary McConnell 29–12 14–2 GNAC 2005 Cary McConnell 30–12 13–1 GNAC 2006 Cary McConnell 22–18 11–3 GNAC 2007 Cary McConnell 23–17 11–3 GNAC 2008 Cary McConnell 29–12 14–0 GNAC 2009 Cary McConnell 30–11 11–3 GNAC 2010 Cary McConnell 21–17 13–1 GNAC 2011 Cary McConnell 24–21 9–5 GNAC 2012 Cary McConnell 20–24 11–5 GNAC 2013 Cary McConnell 29–24 12–4 GNAC 2014 Cary McConnell 26–14–1 12–2 GNAC 2015 Anthony Del Prete 18–26 9–5 GNAC 2016 Anthony Del Prete 33–13 11–3 GNAC 2017 Anthony Del Prete 28–17 12–2 GNAC TOTAL 70 SEASONS 985–675 220–46 GNAC

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SEASON NOTES Joined GNAC Perfect GNAC Season GNAC Regular Season Champion GNAC Tournament Champion ECAC Tournament ECAC DIII New England Champion NCAA Regional ECAC Tournament GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional ECAC Tournament First 30–win season GNAC Regular Season Champion GNAC Tournament Champion NCAA Regional ECAC Tournament Perfect GNAC Season GNAC Regular Season Champion GNAC Tournament Champion NCAA Regional GNAC Regular Season Champions ECAC Tournament ECAC Tournament ECAC Tournament GNAC Regular Season Champions ECAC Tournament ECAC DIII New England Champions GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional GNAC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional 2 Perfect GNAC Seasons 5 GNAC Regular Season Championships 7 GNAC Tournament Championships 7 NCAA Regional Appearances 10 ECAC Tournament Apperances 2 ECAC Tournament Championships


RECORDS | SEASON HITTING | | BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 60 AB) | 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.481 .478 .454 .448 .438 .436 .433 .433 .432 .430

Mike Barnes Tim Murray Mike Maguire Larry Chabre Jake Cintolo Trevor Grimshaw Larry Chabre Bobby Barrett Kevin Belskie Mike Cunningham

1990 1994 2003 1984 2011 2004 1985 2010 2016 2013

| SLUGGPING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 60 AB) | 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.799 .798 .733 .711 .696 .686 .685 .683 .672 .671

Joe Duca Tamayo Manzanillo Paul Knisell Mike Maguire Gabe Sota Tamayo Manzanillo Nick Martinho Joe Robillard David Reinhart Nick Martinho

164 AB 109 AB 75 AB 152 AB 138 AB 156 AB 143 AB 126 AB 116 AB 140 AB

2000 2004 1999 2003 1999 2005 2006 1998 1997 2008

| ON–BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 60 AB) | 1. .568 2. .528 3. .517 4. .513 T5. .511 T5. .511 T7. .506 T7. .506 T9. .503 T9. .503

JJ O’Brien Mike Maguire Mike Cunningham Jose Pena Nick Martinho Darwin Hernandez Drew Carter Nick Martinho Jake Cintolo Mike Maguire

109 AB 106 AB 142 AB 147 AB 140 AB 106 AB 144 AB 140 AB 157 AB 148 AB

1999 2003 2013 2009 2008 1996 2016 2008 2011 2004

| ON–BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 150 AB) | T1. 13 T1. 13 4. 11 T5. 10 T5. 10 T7. 9 T7. 9 T7. 9 T7. 9 T7. 9

Joe Duca Tamayo Manzanillo Nick Martinho Mike Cunningham Darwin Hernandez Mike Hinojosa Paul Knisell Gabe Sota Mike Maguire Nick Martinho

| TRIPLES | 1. 12 2. 9 3. 8 T4. 7 T4. 7 T4 7 T4. 7 T4. 7 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5 T9. 5

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2000 2004 & 2005 2006 2013 1995 1992 1999 1999 2005 2005 & 2008

Brady Chant Brady Chant Kurt Gaudet Nick Travelyn Bobby Barrett Rory Gentile Mike Maguire Mike Anastasia Devan Jones Devan Jones Bobby Barrett Rory Gentile Mike Monagle Jared Blandino Nick Martinho Larry Chabre

2017 2016 1998 2011 2010 2009 2004 2000 2013 2012 2009 2008 2000 2006 2006 1987

| DOUBLES | 1. 18 T2. 17 T2. 17 T4. 16 T4. 16 T4. 16 T4. 16 T9. 15 T9. 15 T9. 15 T9. 15

| HITS | 1. 77 T2. 69 T2. 69 T2. 69 5. 68 6. 67 7. 67 8. 65 T9. 61 T9. 61 T9. 61 T9. 61 T9. 61

Jake Cintolo 2013 Joe Duca 2000 Jake Cintolo 2012 Bobby Barrett 2009 Matt Batchelder 2004 & 2005 Keith Carter 2009 Jake Cintolo 2011 Darwin Hernandez 1995 Gabe Soto 1999 Mike Anastasia 2000 Mark Addesa 2011

Jake Cintolo Joe Duca Mike Maguire Brady Chant Jake Cintolo Jared Leach Jared Leach Brady Chant Mike Anastasia Bobby Barrett Devan Jones Jake Cintolo Mike Cunnigham

| RUNS SCORED | 1. 67 2. 58 3. 56 4. 55 5. 53 T6. 52 T6. 52 T8. 50 T8. 50 10. 49

| RBI |

1. 69 2. 60 3. 55 4. 54 5. 53 6. 51 T7. 48 T7. 48 9. 47 T10. 45 T10. 45 T10. 45 T10. 45 T10. 45 T10. 45

Mike Maguire Matt Batchelder Mike Maguire Rory Gentile Jared Leach Joe Duca Gabe Soto Mike Maguire Nick Melchionna Brady Chant

2011 2000 2003 2017 2013 2000 1998 2016 2000 2010 2011 2012 2013

| TOTAL BASES | 1. 131 2. 118 3. 108 4. 107 5. 103 6. 102 7. 101 T8. 99 T8 99 T10. 98 T10. 98 T10. 98 T10. 98

Joe Duca Brady Chant Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Mike Cunningham Devan Jones Bobby Barrett Brady Chant Mike Anastasia Devan Jones Nick Martinho Gabe Soto Mike Maguire

| AT BATS | 1. 191 2. 186 T3. 175 T3. 175 5. 172 6. 171 7. 170 T8. 167 T8. 167 T8. 167

Brady Chant Brady Chant Andrew Babb Jared Leach Jon Lapolla Jake Cintolo Jake Frasca Jake Cintolo Devan Jones Jhonneris Mendez

| MOST WALKS | 2003 2004 2004 2009 2000 2000 2000 2005 2000 2016

Bobby Barrett 2009 Joe Duca 2000 Darwin Hernandez 1995 Tamayo Manzanillo 2004 Nick Martinho 2008 Tamayo Manzanillo 2005 Joe Duca 2001 Steve Busby 1996 Joe Robillard 1998 Chris Stanley 2013 Devan Jones 2011 Gabe Soto 1999 & 2000 Joe Robillard 1999 Devan Jones 2011 Chris Stanley 2013

1. 47 2. 43 3. 41 4. 36 5. 35 6. 35 T7. 31 T7. 31 T7. 31 T7. 31 T7. 31

Nick Melchionna Rory Gentile Nick Melchionna Greg Speliotis Rory Gentile Keith Carter Seth Coiley Seth Coiley Mike Maguire Nick Melchionna Mac Jacobson

2000 2017 2003 2005 2013 2011 2009 2016 2000 2011 2006 1999 2005

2017 2016 2011 2000 2016 2013 2016 2012 2012 2012

2000 2009 1999 2017 2008 2009 2017 2016 2004 2008 2013

| STOLEN BASES | 1. 36 2. 29 3. 27 4. 25 T5. 23 T5. 23 T5. 23 T8. 22 T8. 22

Mike Maguire 2004 Mike Maguire 2003 Rory Gentile 2009 Rob Zeytoonian 1995 Mike Hinojosa 1992 & 1993 Darwin Hernandez 1995 Mike Maguire 2002 & 2005 Mike Hinojosa 1991 Paul Vittozzi 2009

| GAMES PLAYED | 1. 47 T2. 46 T2. 46 T2. 46 T2. 46 T2. 46 T2. 46 T2. 46

Nick Melchionna Sean Cameron Brady Chant Jake Frasca Mike Monagle Jared Leach Joe Duca Gabe Soto

2000 2016 2016 2016 2000 2000 2000 2000


RECORDS | SEASON PITCHING | | LOWEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE | 1. 0.63 2. 1.23 3. 1.30 4. 1.38 5. 1.40 6. 1.68 7. 1.78 8. 1.75 9. 1.77 10. 1.90

Ron Corbett Kevin Sinatra Ron Corbett Max Nunez Buzzy Borden Dan Delia C. O’Brien Steven Duran Chuck Gibson Caron

1968 2016 1970 2000 1967 2008 1950 2005 2017 1964

| MOST STRIKEOUTS/GAME | 1. 13.75 Tederman 2. 12.71 Ron Corbett 3. 11.53 Max Nunez 4. 11.46 Peter Quinn 5. 11.17 Buzzy Borden 6. 11.12 Max Nunez 7. 10.80 Rony Mercado 8. 10.59 Peter Quinn 9. 10.25 Ron Corbett 10. 9.86 Jeff Russell

54.1 IP 1965 57.1 IP 1968 57.0 IP 1999 95.0 IP 2000 58.0 IP 1967 85.0 IP 2000 50.0 IP 2004 68.0 IP 1999 55.1 IP 1969 73.0 IP 1999

| MOST WINS | 1. 11 2. 10 3. 9 T4. 8 T4. 8 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7 T7. 7

Peter Quinn 2000 Max Nunez 2000 Scott Dunn 1995 Jeff Russell 1999 & 2000 Chuck Gibson 2017 Ryan Pordes 2017 Kevin Sinatra 2016 Jonathan Richard 2014 Justin Waskiewicz 2005 Dan Delia 2008 Dennis Luti 1994 · 1995 · 1996 Reid Jackson 2007 Rony Mercado 2005 Dan Delia 2009 Marc Doyle 2009 Ron Corbett 1970 John Wood 1983

| MOST SAVES | 1. 8 2. 5 T3. 4 T3. 4 T3. 4 T3. 4 T3. 4 T8. 3 T8. 3 T8. 3 T8. 3 T8. 3 T8. 3

Cal Carroll Joe Robillard Cal Carroll Jhonneris Mendez Rony Mercado Frank Tierney Alex Hakesley Stenson Cal Carroll Anthony Del Prete Billy Waters Dan Delia Tom Kelly

| MOST APPEARANCES | 1. 19 2. 18 T3. 17 T3. 17 T5. 16 T5. 16 T5. 16 T5. 16 T5. 16 T10. 15 T10. 15 T10. 15 T10. 15

Cal Carroll Cal Carroll Dan Delia Alex Hakesley Joe Robillard Jon Scott Kollek Dennis Luti Billy Waters Dan Delia Peter Quinn Tim Belanger Jeff Russell Dennis Luti

| MOST COMPLETE GAMES | 1. 10 T2. 9 T2. 9 T4. 7 T4. 7 T6. 6 T6. 6 T6. 6 T6. 6 T6. 6 T6. 6

Peter Quinn Max Nunez Buzzy Borden Josh Desai Alex Torres Steve Durant Buzzy Borden Jeff Russell Ron Corbett Anthony Del Prete Reid Jackson

| MOST INNINGS PITCHED | 1. 95.0 2. 89.0 3. 85.0 4. 82.2 5. 78.2 6. 76.2 7. 76.0 8. 75.1 9. 73.2 T10. 73.0 T10. 73.0 T10. 73.0

Peter Quinn Jeff Russell Max Nunez Scott Dunn Alex Torress John Wood Ryan Pordes Kyle Turner Steven Durant Jeff Russell Anthony Del Prete Reid Jackson

| MOST STRIKEOUTS | 2016 1998 2015 2010 2003 2013 2001 1986 2013 2002 2002 2009 2007

1. 121 2. 105 3. 85 4. 83 5. 81 T6. 80 T6. 80 8. 76 T9. 73 T9. 73 T9. 73

Peter Quinn Max Nunez Jeff Russell Tederman Ron Corbett Peter Quinn Jeff Russell John Wood Max Nunez Buzzy Borden Ron Corbett

2016 2013 2007 2001 1998 2002 1994 2001 2009 2000 2001 1999 1995

2000 2000 1966 2015 2011 2008 1967 2000 1970 2002 2009

2000 2000 2000 1995 2011 1983 2017 2016 2008 1999 2002 2009

2000 2000 2000 1965 1968 1999 1999 1983 1999 1966 1970

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RECORDS | CAREER HITTING | | BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 150 AB) | 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.456 .432 .407 .406 .395 .385 .381 .378 .377 .364

Joe Clancy Mike Barnes Darwin Hernandez Joe Duca Larry Chabre Bobby Barrett Mike Maguire Joe Robbilard Tamayo Manzanillo Jake Cintolo

1982–85 1990–91 1992–96 1999–01 1983–86 2007–10 2002–05 1998–99 2004–05 2011–14

| SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 150 AB) | 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.732 .693 .660 .651 .629 .632 .629 .621 .614 .608

Tamayao Manzanillo 265 AB 2004–05 Joe Duca 335 AB 1999–01 Joe Robillard 262 AB 1998–99 JJ O’Brien 129 AB 1998–99 Nick Martinho 536 AB 2005–08 Dariwn Hernandez 106 AB 1996 Steve Busby 197 AB 1996–97 Paul Knisell 153 AB 1996–99 Mike Maguire 585 AB 2 002–05 Bobby Barrett 431 AB 2007–10

| ON–BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 150 AB) | 1. .542 2. .511 3. .489 4. .481 5. .475 6. .473 7. .453 8. .448 T9. .447 T9. .447 10. .441

JJ O’Brien Darwn Hernandez Nick Melchionna Mike Maguire Steve Busy Joe Duca Nick Martinho Joe Robillard Bobby Barrett Matt Batchelder Tamayao Manzanillo

129 AB 106 AB 436 AB 585 AB 197 AB 335 AB 536 AB 262 AB 431 AB 417 AB 265 AB

| HOME RUNS | 1. 35 2. 26 T3. 22 T3. 22 5. 20 6. 19 7. 16 T8. 14 T8. 14 T8. 14 T8. 14

Nick Martinho 2005–08 Tamayo Manzanillo 2004–05 Mike Maguire 2002–05 Kris Stokes 2001–04 Gabe Soto 1997–00 Joe Duca 1999–01 Mike Lightbody 1989–92 Devan Jones 2011–14 Larry Chabre 1983–86 Mike Turilli 1984–87 Steve Busby 1995–97

| TRIPLES | 1. 22 2. 18 3. 16 4. 14 5. 13 6. 11 7. 10 8. 9 9. 8 T10. 7 T10. 7

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Brady Chant 2015–Present Mike Maguire 2002–05 Rory Gentile 2008–10 Devan Jones 2011–14 Bobby Barrett 2007–10 Nick Travelyn 2008–11 Mike Anastasia 1998–01 Nick Martinho 2005–08 Gaudet 1998 Jared Leach 1998–01 Gabe Soto 1997–00

1998–99 1996 1998–00 2002–05 1996–97 1999–01 2005–08 1998–99 2007–10 2003–05 2004–05

| DOUBLES | 1. 62 2. 40 T3. 39 T3. 39 5. 37 T6. 36 T6. 36 T8. 34 T8. 34 T10. 33 T10. 33

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

238 223 205 201 192 188 187 186 185 175

Jake Cintolo Nick Marinho Gabe Soto Jon Lordan Matt Batchelder Devan Jones Kevin Reedy Bobby Barrett Mike Maguire Joe Duca Larry Chabre

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

151 140 138 134 131 127 124 122 120 118

Jake Cintolo Mike Maguire Jared Leach Devan Jones Trevor Grimshaw Tim Murray Marc Exarhopoulos Nick Martinho Chris Stanley Gabe Soto

Mike Maguire Jake Cintolo Jared Leach Devan Jones Nick Melchionna Matt Batchelder Nick Martinho Rory Gentile Devan Jones Gabe Soto

359 349 307 288 265 262 256 250 237 232

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

654 623 585 574 564 536 529 521 515 491

Jake Cintolo Devan Jones Mike Maguire Jared Leach Chris Stanley Nick Martinho Marc Exarhopoulos Trevor Grimshaw Brady Chant Gabe Soto

2011–14 2002–05 1998–01 2011–14 2003–06 1991–94 2003–07 2005–08 2010–13 1997–00

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

108 107 98 89 80 72 70 67 64 63

Nick Melchionna Mike Maguire Rory Gentile Nick Martinho Devan Jones J.C. Collette Seth Coiley Mac Jacobson Matt Brenner Ryan Racicot

| STOLEN BASES | 2002–05 2011–14 1998–01 2011–14 1998–00 2003–05 2005–08 2008–10 2011–14 1997–00

1. 111 2. 58 3. 55 4. 54 4. 46 6. 45 T7. 35 T7. 35 9. 32 10. 30

Mike Maguire Rob Zeytoonian Rory Gentile Tim Murray Brady Chant Mike Hinojosa Darwin Hernandez Nick Travelyn Paul Vittozzi Greg Dimarco

| GAMES PLAYED | Nick Martinho Gabe Soto Mike Maguire Bobby Barrett Marc Exarhopoulos Jake Cintolo Chris Stanley Larry Chabre Devan Jones Tim Murray

| TOTAL BASES | 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

| AT BATS |

| MOST WALKS |

| RUNS SCORED | 1. 213 2. 153 3. 152 4. 146 T5. 142 T5. 142 T5. 142 T5. 142 9. 141 10. 139

2011–14 2005–08 1997–00 1983–86 2003–05 2011–14 2003–06 2007–10 2002–05 1991–01 1983–86

Mike Maguire Nick Martinho Devan Jones Gabe Soto Brady Chant Bobby Barrett Jared Leach Marc Exarhopoulos Chris Stanley Joe Duca

2005–08 1997–00 2002–05 2007–10 2003–07 2011–14 2010–13 1983–86 2011–14 1991–94

2002–05 2005–08 2011–14 1997–00 2015–Present 2007–10 1998–01 2003–07 2010–13 1999–01

1. 173 2. 171 3. 161 4. 160 5. 155 6. 153 T7. 150 T7. 150 T7. 150

Jake Cintolo Devan Jones Chris Stanley Mike Maguire Jared Leach Marc Exarhopoulos JC Collettee Nick Martinho Trevor Grimshaw

2011–14 2011–14 2002–05 1998–01 2010–13 2005–08 2003–07 2003–06 2015–Present 1997–00

1998–00 2002–05 2008–10 2005–08 2011–14 2012–15 2015–Present 2010–14 2014–17 2000–03

2002–05 1992–95 2008–10 1991–94 2015–Present 1991–92 1994–95 2008–11 2008–09 2005–08

2011–14 2011–13 2010–13 2002–05 1998–01 2003–07 2012–15 2005–08 2003–06


RECORDS | CAREER PITCHING | | LOWEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE | 1. 1.46 2. 1.84 3. 2.31 4. 2.60 5. 2.61 6. 2.78 7. 3.08 8. 3.16 9. 3.19 10. 3.28

Ron Corbett 1968–81 Max Nunez 1999–00 Fred Knox 1959–62 Peter Quinn 1999–00 Chuck Gibson 2014–17 Billy Waters 2000–03 Rony Mercado 2003–06 Jhonneris Mendez 2010, 2012–14 Anthony Del Prete 2001–04 Steven Durant 2004–08

| MOST STRIKEOUTS |

1. 14.59 Buzzy Borden 1966–69 2. 11.29 Max Nunez 1999–00 3. 11.10 Peter Quinn 1999–00 4. 10.31 Ron Corbett 1968–71 5. 9.17 Jeff Russell 1997, 1999–00 6. 9.12 Mike Rigzaio 2003–06 7. 8.77 Rony Mercado 2003–06 8. 8.50 Fred Knox 1959–62 9. 8.10 Steven Durant 2004–08 10. 7.79 Alex Torress 2009–11

| MOST WINS | 1. 24 T2. 21 T2. 21 T4. 20 T4. 20 T4. 20 T4. 20 8. 19 T9. 18 T9. 18 T9. 18

Dennis Luti 1992–96 Anthony Del Prete 2001–04 Billy Waters 2000–03 Ron Corbett 1968–71 Steven Durant 2004–08 Scott Dunn 1992–95 Dan Delia 2006–09 Jeff Russell 1997, 99–00 Rony Mercado 2003–06 Reid Jackson 2006–09 Chuck Gibson 2014–17

| MOST SAVES | 1. 15 T2. 6 T2. 6 T2. 6 T2. 6 6. 5 T8. 4 T8. 4 10. 3

Cal Carroll 2013–16 Anthony Del Prete 2001–04 Joe Robillard 1998–99 Billy Waters 2000–03 Jhonneris Mendez 2010, 2012–14 Dan Delia 2005–09 Rony Mercado 2003–06 Alex Hakesley 2001 Tom Kelly 2007

| MOST STARTS | 1. 36 2. 35 3. 33 4. 32 T5. 31 T5. 31 7. 29 8. 27 T9. 26 T9. 26 T9. 26 T9. 26

Anthony Del Prete Scott Dunn Steve Durant Dennis Luti Josh Desai Reid Jackso Alex Torress Justin Waskiewica Buzzy Borden Mike Jewett Rony Mercado Chuck Gibson

| MOST APPEARANCES | 1. 58 2. 56 3. 52 4. 48 5. 47 6. 46 T7. 45 T7. 45 9. 43 T10. 41 T10. 41

Dan Delia Dennis Luti Billy Waters Anthony Del Prete Cal Carroll Steven Durant Scott Dunn Reid Jackson Chuck Gibson Rony Mercado Mike Jewett

| MOST COMPLETE GAMES | T1. 19 T1. 19 3. 17 T4. 14 T4. 14 T6. 13 T6. 13 T6. 13 T6. 13 T6. 13

Anthony Del Prete Buzzy Borden Ron Corbett Peter Quinn Max Nunez Josh Desai Dan Delia Steve Durant Dennis Luti Alex Torres

| MOST INNINGS PITCHED |

1. 257 2/3 Scott Dunn 2. 257 Anthony Del Prete 3. 242 1/3 Steve Durant 4. 240 Dennis Luti 5. 221 2/3 Ron Corbett 6. 218 1/3 Reid Jackson 7. 217 Billy Waters 8. 208 1/3 Josh Desai 9. 207 1/3 Rony Mercado 10. 206 2/3 Chuck Gibson

2006–09 1992–96 2000–03 2001–04 2013–16 2004–08 1992–95 2006–09 2014–17 2003–06 1990–93

2001–04 1966–69 1968–71 1999–00 1999–00 2012–15 2006–09 2004–09 1992–96 2009–11

1992–95 2001–04 2004–08 1992–96 1968–71 2006–09 2000–03 2012–15 2003–06 2014–17

| MOST STRIKEOUTS | 1. 254 2. 235 3. 218 4. 205 5. 202 6. 201 7. 196 8. 194 9. 180 10. 178

Ron Corbett 1968–71 Buzzy Borden 1966–69 Steve Durant 2004–08 Anthony Del Prete 2001–04 Rony Mercado 2003–06 Peter Quinn 1999–00 Jeff Russell 1997, 1999–00 Billy Waters 2000–03 Josh Desai 2012–15 Max Nunez 1999–00

2001–04 1992–95 2004–08 1992–96 2012–15 2006–09 2009–11 2002–05 1966–69 1990–93 2003–06 2014–17

U N I V E R S I T Y


all

nine

OVER THE YEARS, SUFFOLK PRODUCED NINE ALL–AMERICANS

MIKE ROMAN0 1982 ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL-AMERICAN

mike

MAGUIRE

JOE RIZZO

TIM MURRAY

1993 ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL-AMERICAN

1994 ABCA/RAWLINGS 3RD TEAM

DARWIN HERNANDEZ

MAX NUNEZ

1995 ABCA/RAWLINGS 3RD TEAM

2000 ABCA/RAWLINGS 3RD TEAM

MIKE MAGUIRE

BOBBY BARRETT

2003 ABCA/RAWLINGS 2ND TEAM

2009 D3BASEBALL.COM

2003 ABCA/RAWLINGS 2ND TEAM

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MIKE CUNNINGHAM

BRADY CHANT

2013 ABCA/RAWLINGS 2ND TEAM

2017 D3BASEBALL.COM HONORABLE MENTION


HONORS & AWARDS | ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL–AMERICAN | | SECOND–TEAM | 2013 2003

Mike Cunningham Mike Maguire

| ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL–AMERICAN | | THIRD–TEAM | 2000 1995 1994 1993 1982

Max Nunez Darwin Hernandez Tim Murray Joe Rizzo Mike Roman

| D3BASEBALL.COM ALL–AMERICAN | | HONORABLE MENTION | 2017 2009

Brady Chant Bobby Barrett

| D3BASEBALL.COM PRESEASON | | ALL–AMERICAN | 2018 2014

Brady Chant Jake Cintolo

| D3BASEBALL.COM | | ALL–NEW ENGLAND FIRST-TEAM | 2017 2013

Matt Brenner Brady Chant Jake Cintolo Mike Cunningham

| D3BASEBALL.COM | | ALL–NEW ENGLAND SECOND-TEAM | 2017 2016

Chuck Gibson Brady Chant

| D3BASEBALL.COM | | ALL–NEW ENGLAND THIRD-TEAM | 2016

Drew Carter Worth Walrod

| NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL | | ALL–TOURNAMENT TEAM | 2017

Sean Cameron Chuck Gibson

| NEIBA ALL–REGION FIRST–TEAM | 2017

Matt Brenner Brady Chant

2016 2013 2009 2008 2005 2004 2003 2000

Chuck Gibson Brady Chant Jake Cintolo Mike Cunningham Bobby Barrett Nick Martinho Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Mike Maguire Joe Duca Max Nunez

| NEIBA ALL–REGION SECOND TEAM | 2016 2012 2011 2008 2007

Jake Frasca Jhonneris Mendez Jake Cintolo Devan Jones Dan Delia Nick Martinho

| NEIBA ALL–REGION THIRD TEAM | 2016 2013 2012 2009 2007 2005 2002

Drew Carter Kevin Sinatra Chris Stanley Jake Cintolo Tim Doyle Greg DiMarco Matt Batchelder Anthony Del Prete

| NEIBA ALL–NEW ENGLAND | 2001 2000

Joe Duca Mike Anastasia Gabe Soto Peter Quinn

| NEIBA JACK BUTTERFIELD | 2013

Cary McConnell | NEIBA ALL–STAR GAME |

2017 2013

Matt Brenner Chuck Gibson Mike Cunningham

| ECAC FIRST–TEAM ALL–STAR | 2013 2005 2004

Jake Cintolo Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Mike Maguire

2003

Mike Maguire

| ECAC SECOND–TEAM ALL–STAR | 2013

Mike Cunningham

| ECAC TOURNAMENT MVP | 2014

Matt Brenner

| GNAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR | 2013 2005 2000

Mike Cunningham Tamayo Manzanillo Joe Duca

| GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR | 2016 2011 2010 2006 2002

Jake Frasca Jake Cintolo Jhonneris Mendez Mark Pinnetti Mike Maguire

| GNAC PITCHER OF THE YEAR | 2017 2016 2011 2008 2002

Chuck Gibson Worth Walrod Alex Torress Steve Durant Anthony Del Prete

| GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR | 2016 2014 2010 2008 2005 2002 2000

Anthony Del Prete Cary McConnell Cary McConnell Cary McConnell Cary McConnell Cary McConnell Cary McConnell

| ALL–GNAC FIRST–TEAM | 2017 2016 2014 2013

Matt Brenner Brady Chant Chuck Gibson Kevin Belskie Drew Carter Brady Chant Jon Lapolla Worth Walrod Jake Cintolo JC Collette Devan Jones Jake Cintolo Mike Cunningham

U N I V E R S I T Y


HONORS & AWARDS 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Mike Muse Jake Cintolo Jhonneris Mendez Mark Annese Alex Torres Bobby Barrett Rory Gentile Mark Addesa Bobby Barrett Tim Doyle Rory Gentile Paul Vittozzi Jose Alejandro Bobby Barrett Keith Carter Steve Durant Nick Martinho Greg DiMarco Marc Exarhopoulos Jeison King Nick Martinho Trevor Grimshaw Rony Mercado Mark Pinnetti Matt Batchelder Steve Durant Marc Exarhopoulos Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Nick Martinho Matt Batchelder Mike Maguire Tamayo Manzanillo Anthony Del Prete Mike Maguire Pat Murphy Anthony Del Prete Tim Fraser Mike Maguire Adam Pellerin Eric Correira Joe Duca Jared Leach Mike Anastasia Joe Duca Gabe Soto Peter Quinn

| ALL–GNAC SECOND–TEAM | 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 | 100 |2018 BASEBALL

Kevin Belskie Luke Ronchi Jake Frasca Rob Marks Kevin Sinatra Josh Desai Matt Brenner JC Collette

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Devan Jones Mark Addesa Andrew Babb Jake Cintolo Devan Jones Charles Kilgore Andrew Babb Jhonneris Mendez Keith Carter Dan Delia Jon Handy Reid Jackson Mike Kenneally Tim Corcoran Dan Delia Steve Durant Reid Jackson Kevin Silva Jared Blandino Marx Exarhopoulos Rony Mercado Kevin Reedy Justin Waskiewicz Trevor Grimshaw Rony Mercado Matt Batchelder Bryan McManaway Mike Rigazio Billy Waters Kris Stokes Pat Young Kris Stokes Billy Waters Jared Leach Nick Melchionna Max Nunez

| ALL–GNAC THIRD–TEAM | 2017 2016 2015 2012 2011 2010

Sean Cameron Kevin Higgins Seth Coiley Ryan Pordes Seth Coiley Kyle Turner Brady Chant Jon Lapolla Chris Stanley Nick Travelyn Alex Torres Chris Stanley Nick Travelyn | GNAC GOLD GLOVE |

2017 2016

Brady Chant (OF) Drew Carter (3B)

2015

Brady Chant (OF) Jon Lapolla (1B) Brady Chant (OF)

| ALL–GNAC TOURNAMENT MVP | 2017 2016 2015 2009 2005 2002 2000

Chuck Gibson Brady Chant Josh Desai Mark Addesa Tamayo Manzanillo Anthony Del Prete Joe Duca

| ALL–GNAC ALL–TOURNAMENT | 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2002 2000

Matt Brenner Brady Chant Seth Coiley Matt Brenner Sean Cameron Brady Chant Cal Carroll Brady Chant Josh Desai Matt Brenner Tim Conroy Mac Jacobson Rob Marks Jhonneris Mendez Josh Desai Jonathan Richard Mac Jacobson Devan Jones Jhonneris Mendez Mark Annese Jake Cintolo Matt Sliney Matt Sliney Mark Addesa Bobby Barrett Rory Gentile Alex Torres Keith Carter Dan Delia Greg Dimarco Dan Delia Tom Kelley Nick Martinho Nick Martinho Rony Mercado Rony Mercado Tamayo Manzanillo Tim Fraser Mike Maguire Adam Pellerin Max Nunez Gabe Soto


HONORS & AWARDS | GNAC SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM | 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

BJ Neil Luke Ronchi Paul Pollano James McConville Chris Stanley Tim Belanger Mark Annese Eric Del Buono Anthony Iacopucci Matt Shanahan

| ABCA TEAM ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE | 2017 (Anthony Del Prete) | CBUAO SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD | 2005

Tamayo Manzanillo

| CAPITAL ONE/CoSIDA | | ACADEMIC ALL–DISTRICT | 2017 2014 2013 2005 2004

Matt Brenner Jake Cintolo Jake Cintolo Matt Batchelder Matt Batchelder

| ESPN the MAGAINE ACADEMIC | | ALL–DISTRICT | 2009

Rory Gentile | GNAC ALL–ACADEMIC |

2016–17 2015–16

Charles Batchelder Kevin Belskie Matt Brenner Brady Chant Tim Conroy Mark Fusco Chuck Gibson Zach Grogan Chadd Morin Luke Ronchi Kevin Sinatra Worth Walrod Kevin Belskie Matt Brenner Drew Carter Brady Chant Seth Coiley Tim Conroy Chuck Gibson Rob Marks Worth Walrod

2014–15 2013–14 2012–13 2011–12 2010–11 2009–10 2008–09

Kevin Belskie Matt Brenner Chuck Gibson Rob Marks Steve Chamberland Jake Cintolo Jon Lapolla Rob Marks Jhonneris Mendez Mike Muse Paul Pollano Jack Sullivan Steven Chamberland Jake Cintolo Mac Jacobbson Mike Muse Jack Sullivan Dan Belanger Tim Belanger Jake Cintolo Danny Gunn Joe Harvey Andrew Larmand Jhonneris Mendez Michael Muse Jack Sullivan Kevin McAvey Andrew McCarty Dan Belanger Jake Cintolo Charles Kilgore Remy Carpinito Joe Harvey Kevin McAvey Charles Kilgore Dan Belanger Rory Gentile Rory Gentile Stephen Healey Charles Kilgore Kevin McAvey

U N I V E R S I T Y


champions Since joining the GNAC ranks in 2000, Suffolk has made a name for itself capturing three regular–season titles and hoisting the tournament championship trophy a league-best seven times.

2000 GNAC CHAMPIONS

2002 GNAC CHAMPIONS

The Rams wasted no time to reach the championship game as Cary McConnell guided the blue–and–gold to a perfect 2000 league–ledger en route to the program’s first title. Under McConnell, Suffolk went on to take conference crowns in 2002, 2005 and 2009.

2005 GNAC CHAMPIONS

Since the Anthony Del Prete era began in 2015, all the Rams know is winning the GNAC. All three of the skipper’s squads grabbed the glory for the program’s first–ever back–to–back league champions in 2015 and 2016, respectively, before making it a threepeat in 2017.

2009 GNAC CHAMPIONS

2015 GNAC CHAMPIONS

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2016 GNAC CHAMPIONS


POSTSEASON | GNAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | YEAR SEED RD OPPONENT RECORD 2000 1 Q 8 — RIVIER W, 10–4 1 S 5 — NORWICH W, 2–1 1 C 3 — W. NEW ENGLAND W, 2–1 2001 2 Q 7 — DANIEL WEBSTER W, 8–2 2 S 3 — W. NEW ENGLAND L, 4-2 2002 2 1ST 7 — RIVIER W, 10–1 2 Q 3 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 4–1 2 S 1 — W. NEW ENGLAND W, 7–6 2 C 3 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 5–3 2003 1 Q 8 — SOUTHERN VERMONT W, 17–3 1 S 4 — W. NEW ENGLAND L, 5–2 1 S 2 — JOHNSON & WALES L, 10–4 2004 2 1ST 7 — DANIEL WEBSTER W, 11–0 2 Q 3 — W. NEW ENGLAND L, 5–2 2 S 4 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 7–5 2 S 3 — W. NEW ENGLAND L, 5–4 2005 1 1ST 8 — SOUTHERN VERMONT W, 1–0 1 Q 4 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 8–0 1 S 2 — W. NEW ENGLAND W, 2–0 1 C 2 — W. NEW ENGLAND W, 6–1 2006 3 1ST 8 — SOUTHERN VERMONT W, 1–0 3 Q 2 — JOHNSON & WALES L, 7–1 3 S 4 — RIVIER L, 6–1 2007 2 Q 3 — JOHNSON & WALES L, 7–6 2 S 4 — RIVIER W, 3–1 2 S 3 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 8–6 2 C 1 — W. NEW ENGLAND L, 11–2 2008 1 Q 3 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 7–1 1 S 4 — RIVIER W, 8–0 1 S 2 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 12–7 1 C 3 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 6–5 2009 2 Q 3 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 4–2 2 S 4 — RIVIER W, 8–0 2 S 2 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 12–7 2 C 3 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 6–5 2010 1 Q 4 — EMERSON W, 5–2 1 S 2 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 12–4 1 S 3 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 7–4 1 C 2 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 5–4 2011 1 Q 4 — EMERSON W, 5–2 1 S 2 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 12–4 1 S 2 — JOHNSON & WALES L, 8–7 1 S 1 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 8–6 2014 1 Q 4 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 2–1 (10) 1 S 2 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 9–2 1 S 4 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 11–3 (13) 1 C 2 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 2–0 2015 6 1ST 3 — ALBERTUS MAGNUS W, 10–5 6 Q 2 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 7–5 6 S 1 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) W, 3–2 6 C 2 — JOHNSON & WALES L, 7–3 6 C 2 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 4–3 (13)

YEAR SEED RD OPPONENT RECORD 2016 2 Q 3 — LASELL W, 7–4 2 S 1 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) W, 10–0 2 C 1 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) L, 8–7 2 C 1 — ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE) W, 4–3 (13) 2017 2 Q 4 — LASELL W, 15–8 2 S 3 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 11–1 2 C 3 — JOHNSON & WALES W, 1–0 ALBERTUS MAGNUS 7–0 2002 Q W, 4–1 2002 C W, 5–3 2004 S W, 7–5 2005 Q W, 8–0 2009 Q W, 4–2 2012 1ST W, 7–6 (10) 2015 1ST W, 10–5 ANNA MARIA 2012 S

0–1 W, 15–2

DANIEL WEBSTER 3–0 2001 Q W, 8–2 2004 1ST W, 11–0 2006 1ST W, 12–0 EMERSON 2–0 2010 Q W, 5–2 2011 1ST W, 17–0 JOHNSON & WALES 12–4 2006 Q L, 7–1 2007 Q L, 7–6 2007 S W, 8–6 2008 S W, 12–7 2010 S W, 7–4 2011 Q L, 8–7 2011 S W, 7–2 2012 S W, 12–0 2013 S W, 4–2 2014 Q W, 2–1 (10) 2014 S W, 11–3 (13) 2015 Q W, 7–5 2015 C L, 7–3 2015 C W, 4–3 (13) 2017 S W, 11–1 2017 C W, 1–0 LASELL 2011 S 2013 S 2016 Q 2017 Q

4–0 W, 10–6 W, 5–2 W, 7–4 W, 15–8

NORWICH 2–0 2000 S W, 2–1 2013 1ST W, 26–6 RIVIER 2000 Q 2002 1ST 2006 S 2007 S 2007 Q

5–0 W, 10–4 W, 10–1 W, 6–1 W, 3–1 W, 8–0

ST. JOSEPH’S (ME) 6–12 2008 Q L, 7–1 2008 C L, 6–5 2009 S W, 22–21 2009 C L, 6–5 2009 C W, 15–6 2010 S L, 12–4 2010 C L, 5–4 2011 C L, 8–6 2012 Q L, 7–5 2012 C L, 7–6 2013 C W, 7–2 2013 C L, 7–6 (10) 2014 S L, 9–2 2014 C L, 2–0 2015 S W, 3–2 2016 S W, 10–0 2016 C L, 8–7 2016 C W, 5–4 (10) SOUTHERN VT 2003 Q 2005 1ST

2–0 W, 17–3 W, 1–0

W. NEW ENGLAND 4–5 2000 C W, 2–1 2001 S L, 4–2 2002 S W, 7–6 2003 S L, 10–7 2004 Q L, 5–2 2004 S L, 5–4 2005 S W, 2–0 2005 C W, 6–1 2007 C L, 11–2

U N I V E R S I T Y


POSTSEASON | NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS | YEAR SITE RD OPPONENT

RESULT

2000 N NE R TRINITY

L, 21–4

N NE R ENDICOTT

W, 7–2

N NE R TRINITY

W, 7–6

N NE R BRIDGEWATER STATE

L, 11–5

2002

N NE R EASTERN CONN. STATE

A NE R ROGER WILLIAMS

L, 9–1 W, 13–12 (11)

N NE R TUFTS

L, 7–1

2005 N NE R WORCESTER STATE

L, 4–1

N NE R SALVE REGINA N NE R WORCESTER STATE

W, 8–7 W, 3–2 (10)

N NE R WHEATON

L, 3–2

2009 N NE R WPI

L, 7–6

N NE R EASTERN CONN. STATE

L, 13–2

2015 N NE R SOUTHERN MAINE

L, 4–0

N NE R MIT

L, 4–0

2016 N NE R KEYSTONE

L, 5–2

N NE R WHEATON

L, 6–5

2017 N NE R ST. JOHN FISHER N NE R ARCADIA N NE R UMASS BOSTON N NE R BABSON

W, 4–0 W, 1–0 (11) L, 13–4 L, 9–1

ARCADIA 2017

W, 1–0 (11)

BABSON 2017

0–1

N R

L, 9–1

BRIDGEWATER ST 2000

N R

0–1

L, 11–5

EASTERN CONN. ST 0–2 2002 2009

NR N R

L, 9–1 L, 13–2

ENDICOTT 1–0 2000

NR

W, 7–2

KEYSTONE 2016

0–1

NR

L, 5–2

UMASS BOSTON 2017

N R

MIT 2015

NR

ROGER WILLIAMS 2002

AR

2017

N R

SALVE REGINA 2005

NR

0–1

L, 13–4

0–1

L, 4–0

1–0

W, 13–12 (11)

ST. JOHN FISHER

1–0

W, 4–0

1–0

W, 8–7

SOUTHERN MAINE 0–1 2015

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1–0

N R

NR

L, 4–0

TRINITY 2000 2000

NR NR

TUFTS 2002

NR

1–1

L, 21–4 W, 7–6

0–1

L, 7–1

WHEATON 0–2 2005 2016

NR NR

WPI 2009

NR

WORCESTER ST 2005

NR

L, 3–2 L, 6–5

0–1

L, 7–6

1–1

L, 4–1


RAMANCA | HEAD COACHING HISTORY | OVERALL NAME YEARS (SEASONS) W L T PCT.

W

GNAC L

T

PCT.

Charles Law

1947-51 (5)

27

22

0

.551

1952–62 (12)

51

40

2

.560

George Doucet

1964–73 (10)

73

50

0

.593

Tom Walsh

1974–80 (7)

51

75

1

Jim Willoughby

1981 (1)

1

6

0

.143

Joe Walsh

1981–95 (15)

222

84

1

.725

Cary McConnell

1996–2014 (19)

479

275

4

.635

188

36

0

.839

Anthony Del Prete

2015–Present (3)

79

56

0

.585

32

20

0

.615

TOTAL

70 Seasons

985

700

9

.589

220

46

0

.827

* COACHING RECORDS DO NOT REFLECT SUFFOLK’S ALL–TIME 985-700–9 RECORD AS RESULTS FROM THE 1953, 1963 AND 1973 SEASONS ARE MISSING.

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CARY MCCONNELL, THE UNIVERSITY’S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, IS THE ALL–TIME WINNINGEST SUFFOLK BASEBALL COACH WITH A 479–275–4 RECORD OVER 19 SEASONS ON THE RAMS’ BENCH.

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1947 — OFFICIALLY OFFICIAL Suffolk sponsored a baseball team for the first time. Charles Law coached the first varsity season, which saw the Rams go 7–1

1964 George Doucet takes the head coaching reigns over

1969 Suffolk has its first 10-plus win season as George Doucet coached the Rams to 12–5

1974 Suffolk begins to compete at the Division III level · Tom Walsh becomes the third head coach

1981 Jim Willoughby and Joe Walsh split head coaching duties

1982 — WALSH ERA Joe Walsh begins his reign as the Rams’ head coach · Mike Roman becomes the first Suffolk baseball All–American with a spot on the ABCA/ Rawlings Third Team

1985 Joe Walsh and the Rams put together their first 20–win season, go 20–9

1993 Joe Rizzio tabbed ABCA/Rawlings Third Team All–American

1994 Tim Murray named ABCA/Rawlings Third Team

1995 Rams earn first bid into the ECAC Tournament in Joe Walsh’s last season as head coach · Darwin Hernandez tabbed ABCA/Rawlings Third Team

1996 — McCONNELL ERA Cary McConnell becomes the fourth coach in Suffolk baseball history · The Rams make their second appearance in as many years in the ECAC Tourney

1998 & 1999 Suffolk makes is third and fourth ECAC Tournament appearances

2000 — GNAC GREATS Joined the GNAC · Put together a perfect GNAC season, 16–0, and captured the conference regular season and tournament championship · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Made its fifth ECAC Tournament appearance and won the title ·Made its first NCAA Regional appearance · Finished the year 38–9, a program–record in wins

2001 Competed in the ECAC Tournament

2002 The Rams captured their second GNAC title and made their second NCAA Regional trip · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Anthony Del Prete named the first GNAC Pitcher of the Year in Suffolk history, tabbed the conference tournament MVP · Mike Maguire named ABCA/Rawlings Second Team and GNAC Rookie of the Year

2003 Played in the ECAC Tournament

2005 Suffolk won both the regular–season and tournament GNAC Championship for the second time en route to the Rams third NCAA Regional trip · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Tamayo Manzanillo, the GNAC Player of the Year, was named the tournament MVP

2006 Mark Pinnetti tabbed GNAC Rookie of the Year

2007 Rams earn their sixth ECAC bid

2008 Rams put together their second–ever perfect GNAC regular season (14–0) to capture the regular season title for the third time · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Steve Durrant named GNAC Pitcher of the Year

2009 Rams win their fourth GNAC Tournament title and compete in their fourth NCAA Regional · Mark Addesa named GNAC Tournament MVP · Bobby Barrett becomes first D3Baseball.com All–American

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tradition 2017 — THREEPEAT Behind the Rams’ best GNAC mark (12–2) under Antohny Del Prete, the Rams raced to their third straight league title, seventh overall with Chuck Gibson earning tournament MVP honors · Won back–to-back games at NCAA Regionals for the first time in seven program trips to compete in the winner’s bracket & championship Sunday · Brady Chant tabbed D3Baseball.com All–America Honorable Mention and led the nation in triples (12), while the squad paced the Division III in the same category (32) · Chant, Matt Brenner and Gibson all receive all–region honors from D3Baseball.com and the NEIBA · Nine Rams earned all–conference status · Rams picked up a ABCA Team Academic Award

2016 — BACK–TO–BACK Suffolk won its first–ever back–to–back GNAC crown, advancing to the program’s sixth NCAA Regional · Anthony Del Prete named GNAC Coach of the Year and saw 17 Rams garner all–conference recognition and four pick up NEIBA All– Region including GNAC Tournament MVP, All–GNAC first teamer Brady Chant (first–team All–NEIBA · Worth Walrod tabbed GNAC Pitcher of the Year · Jake Frasca GNAC Rookie of the Year

2015 — DEL PRETE ERA BEGINS Anthony Del Prete took over the reigns of his alma mater as head coach, the sixth in Suffolk baseball history · As the GNAC Tournament’s sixth seed, the Rams advanced to the championship series and won their first title under the new manager thanks to an errant throw that brought in the winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning against St. Joseph’s (Maine) · Josh Desai named GNAC Tournament MVP · Competed in their fifth NCAAs

2014 GNAC regular–season champions earned a bid into the ECAC Tournament and swept the field to hoist the trophy · Matt Brenner helped the Rams captured the ECAC Title and the sophomore earned tournament MVP Honors · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Prior to the first pitch of the season, Jake Cintolo garnered D3Baseball.com Preseason All–American accolades

graduates Suffolk baseball will be hitting off its 71st season in 2018.

Since officially joining the ranks of varsity status at Suffolk in 1968, the Rams quickly built a reputation for excellence and have anchored the GNAC greats throughout the years. With 985 victories, two ECAC New England trophies, seven GNAC Tournament Championships and seven NCAA Regional appearances on its resume, the program has set the standard for building and sustaining excellence. Individually, 93 athletes have combined to win nine All–American honors, two D3Baseball.come Preseason All– American nods, 36 all–region, 114 all–conference, 45 all–tournament, 55 all–academic and 11 all–sportsmanship awards.

2013 Competed in the ECAC Tournament · Cary McConnell tabbed NEIBA Jack Butterfield Coach of the Year · Awards poured in for Mike Cunningham, who picked up ABCA/Rawlings Second–Team honors, NEIBA First–Team New England and GNAC Player Year.

2011 Rams compete in the ECAC Tournament · First–time in Rams’ history that the conference’s rookie (Jake Cintolo) and pitcher (Alex Torress) of the year wore Suffolk uniforms

2010 With a 13–1 ledger, Suffolk picked up its third regular–season conference crown · The Rams fell in the conference championship, but went on to compete in the ECAC Tournament · Cary McConnell named GNAC Coach of the Year · Jhonneris Mendez named GNAC Rookie of the Year

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2018 Suffolk Baseball Media Guide  

A look inside the 2018 Suffolk baseball season a glimpse into the Rams' past, including coaches, all-time greats and records, and what's to...

2018 Suffolk Baseball Media Guide  

A look inside the 2018 Suffolk baseball season a glimpse into the Rams' past, including coaches, all-time greats and records, and what's to...

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