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stonehillskyhawks.com 19 hours ago

THE ENTERPRISE: COLLEGE BASEBALL: Stonehill starts season Thursday night in South Carolina

EASTON The Stonehill College baseball team is headed to South Carolina this week to begin its season with five games in four days. The Skyhawks will take part in the Ripken Experience Northeast Challenge in Myrtle Beach, opening on Thursday at 6 p.m. against Mercy College of Dobbs Ferry, New York. Stonehill has seven juniors and seniors in the starting lineup with a pair of freshmen catcher Matt Donlan and third baseman Aidan Wilde. Young, who spent some time with Cotuit in the Cape Cod League last summer, is 10-9 with a 2.34 earned-run average and 133 strikeouts in 31 games for Stonehill.

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Pat Downey
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tsusports.com 1 day, 4 hours ago

Granger named Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics

HOUSTON Texas Southern University's Board of Regents opted to remove the interim label from Vice President of Athletics Kevin Granger on Friday. At their meeting on Friday, the Board approved a 3-year contract for Granger, who had been serving as the interim Vice President of Athletics for most of the academic year. "To gain the trust of [TSU President] Dr. Austin Lane, and for him to have the confidence in me to continue the program that Dr. McClelland left behind means a lot to me," Granger said. A TSU alumnus, Granger led the Tigers basketball team to two SWAC championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances in 1994 and 1995.

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Charles McClelland
SportRank #123,894, Plays for the Cincinnati Bearcats
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saintleolions.com 2 days, 4 hours ago

Lions Ledger: Lions athletics in full swing

Senior Jared Morello continues to lead the offensive threat for the Lions with a .463 batting average that includes a team-high three doubles, a triple and one home run. continues to lead the offensive threat for the Lions with a .463 batting average that includes a team-high three doubles, a triple and one home run. Senior Alec Ojeda leads the Fighting Knights offensively with a .405 batting average that includes six doubles, two triples and two home runs. In singles action, Bruno Faletto , Ghali Mensour , Aurel Ciocanu , and David Perez registered wins against the Mocs.

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Jordan Davis
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annamaria.prestosports.com 3 days, 12 hours ago

Anna Maria Holds 2015-16 Athletic Awards Night

and Kylie Dalbec (Portland, Maine) of the men's basketball and field hockey teams, respectively, who were named the Male and Female Athletes of the Year. A three-time conference major award winner, Dalbec graduates as the program leader in goals, assists, and points. During her senior season, she led the AMCATS in goals (15), assists (18) and points (48) despite missing two games due to injury. Associate Athletic Director Vincent Sinagra presented the Ray LeBoeuf Sportsmanship Award to softball player Elizabeth Haggerty (Charlton, Mass.)

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gostanford.com 4 days, 5 hours ago

Stanford University Athletics

Stanford strengthened its cross country and track and field programs with the announcement of five new signees., Stanford's Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track and Field, now has a recruiting class of 19 overall.Men's signees are Evan Burke (London, Ontario, Canada)/ London South Collegiate Institute), Zane Fodge (McMinnville, Ore./McMinnville HS), and Matt Rizzo (Bronxville, N.Y./Bronxville HS). Archer is considering a major involving biomechanical engineering.Personal bests: 1,500 3:53.22; 3,000 8:14.99.Evan Burke, 17, earned his first international victory with a 27:20 effort at the NACAC Under-20 cross country championships in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday. Burke finished fourth in the 3,000 meters at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires last year, where he set a national U18 record of 8:14.99. Burke has qualified to run for Canada at the World U20 Championships in Denmark in March.Personal bests: 800 1:54.23; 1,500 3:56.38.Zane Fodge was sixth at the Nike Cross Nationals Northwest regional and is among Oregon's top high school middle-distance runners.

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al.com 6 days, 16 hours ago

What we’ve learned from Auburn baseball’s first 2 games

Auburn baseball might have only played two games so far, but theyve completed now 22 innings, thanks to a 13-inning, 7-5 loss on Saturday at Plainsman Park. Bliss batting line on Saturday might look unimpressive, but he had three lineouts, following up on a big game on Friday that included a triple and two RBIs. But still, Auburn was completely stifled late in the game by a relief pitcher regularly throwing in the 60s, with Thompson acknowledging there werent great at-bats. He is also tied with freshman Kason Howell who had one of several great defensive plays by the outfield on Saturday with a .375 batting average.

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Elliott Anderson
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nj.com 1 week ago

This 7-story tall pile of dirt has been growing for years. Now lawmakers are vowing to deal with it.

For years, Vernon residents have stood by and watched in frustration as a pile of dirt and debris has continued to grow on a residential piece of property. Vernon Mayor Harry Shortway and other town residents testified on Thursday before the state Senate Environment and Energy Committee in support of the bill. For years in Vernon, Joseph Wallace has been bringing in truckloads of dirt and debris to his personal property in a secluded neighborhood on a private road called Silver Spruce Drive. Frustrated by the inability of local efforts to stop the stream of dump trucks to Wallaces property, neighbors have long asked for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to step in.

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Hal Wirths
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Joseph Wallace
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gotiffindragons.com 1 week ago

GoTiffinDragons.com : Tiffin University Official Athletic Site

Tiffin trailed by four after three innings of game one, but TU was able to get to Shepherd starter Ryan Potts in the fourth though, as they quickly loaded the bases with no outs on two walks and a hit-by-pitch. Hunter Havekost notched TU's first RBI of the season with a sacrifice fly to left to score Jack Dennis, followed by another walk to Colin BeDell to load the bases once more and force a pitching change. With two outs and two runs already across, the Dragons got their first hit of the inning as Zach Campbell roped a double to left to clear the bases and give Tiffin a 5-4 lead. Tiffin loaded the bases again with three-straight two-out walks in the fifth, but could not push across any runs, which proved to be costly as Shepherd scored in the bottom of the inning to tie things up at six.

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Hunter Havekost
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Zach Campbell
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butlersports.com 1 week ago

@ButlerUBaseball Drops Season Opener to Rider

Smith would generate a run this time around by walking with the bases loaded to score. The second biggest hit of the night was a base-clearing double from Jack Peterson in the fifth.took the loss on the hill while Rider'swalked out with the win. Rider started Pete Soporowski, but he was taken out after just four innings, allowing Smith to go 1-0 on the year.Other 'Dawgs to grace the mound wereand. Napoleon tossed 3.1 innings of action and struck out four.These two teams will return to the diamond tomorrow for a 2 PM doubleheader due to rain in the forecast for Sunday.

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Pete Soporowski
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al.com 1 week, 1 day ago

Auburn softball’s main offensive metric: Quality at-bats

We were worried coming off an 11 home run weekend," said head coach Mickey Dean after Thursdays win. Thats because when it comes to the way Auburn measures its hitters a home run is literally of the same value to moving a runner to third base with less than two outs. The Tigers coaching staff isnt looking at batting average, its looking at the rate of which his individual batters and collective team can create quality at-bats. It just wouldnt mean more, necessarily than Morgan Podanys sacrifice fly in the second inning on Thursday that stretched Auburns lead to 3-0.

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Morgan Podanys
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Taylon Snow
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