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2017 Cotton Bowl Classic for Midwest Bragging Rights

By Raymond Rolak | Exclusive for CNBNews DALLAS-- Both teams excel at the skill positions and have explosive scoring potential. The game will be determined by the depth of the Wisconsin line play pitted against the offensive minded enthusiasm of undefeated Western Michigan University. This will determine the 2017 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic title. The Badgers will meet the Broncos in the 81st edition, in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium on Monday, January 2. This is the first Cotton Bowl Classic for either team. Wisconsin (10-3) and WMU (13-0) have met four times previously, all in Madison and with the... Read more →

The Solution To Meaningless Bowl Games

Austin Darrow I CNBNewsnet The college football bowl season is upon us and it is under lots of scrutiny, between stars sitting out to prep for the draft and because of the sole factor that they’re meaningless games. The NCAA has these bowl games for one reason and one reason only, the money. The student-athletes are being forced to play these games, which does not matter whatsoever. There’s only one way to fix all of this and that’s to get rid of every bowl game that comes before the New Year’s six bowl games. I bet you couldn’t name more... Read more →

Stevenson Player Trang Nguyen-Christensen, From Mullica Hill Helps Team Win MAC Title

press release OWINGS MILLS, MD (12/13/2016)-- Stevenson University women's volleyball player Trang Nguyen-Christensen, and the Mustangs beat Messiah College, earning the title of MAC Commonwealth Champions. This will be Stevenson's sixth year in a row, heading to the NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Championship. Annika Schwartz, has been named the Championship MVP for the second year in a row, where she earned her 13th double-double, four kills, and three blocks. She has also been named an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team member, and a MAC Commonwealth First Team All-Conference selection. Moriah Savage, has been selected as a... Read more →

Mullica Hill Resident:

Stevenson Volleyball Player Trang Nguyen-Christensen Helps Team Win MAC Championship

OWINGS MILLS, MD (12/06/2016)-- Stevenson University women's volleyball player Trang Nguyen-Christensen, and the Mustangs beat Messiah College, earning the title of MAC Commonwealth Champions. This will be Stevenson's sixth year in a row, heading to the NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Championship. Annika Schwartz, has been named the Championship MVP for the second year in a row, where she earned her 13th double-double, four kills, and three blocks. She has also been named an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team member, and a MAC Commonwealth First Team All-Conference selection. Moriah Savage, has been selected as a MAC Commonwealth... Read more →


Who Are the Best CEOs Today? What Can We Learn from Them?

(CNBNewsnet)(November 29, 2016)--There is no definitive way of ranking the world’s best CEOs. Some use company performances and bottom lines to rank CEOs. Others, like Washington State University, focus on innovations and how these top executives are leading the mobile revolution. Among the top names are Tim Cook and Larry Page, CEOs at the two most influential tech companies in the world: Apple and Alphabet (Google). Both CEOs have introduced a lot of innovations in recent years, changing the way we interact with mobile devices greatly. With both of these CEOs, one of the best things we can learn from... Read more →

Stevenson Football Player Daniel Williams of SicklervilleNamed Offensive Player of the Week

OWINGS MILLS, MD (10/24/2016)-- Stevenson University junior, and football quarterback, Daniel Williams has been selected as Offensive Player of the Week by the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC). This is the first time Williams has been awarded this honor since his start as a Mustang. During an impressive win of 54-15 over FDU-Florham, Williams set school records in both passing touchdowns and passing yards, with totals of six and 338. Despite his throwing one interception during the game, he was successful with a finishing passing record of 21-33. So far in the season, Williams has totaled a score of 79-116 in... Read more →

College Sports: Mustangs Make First-Ever Top 25 Ranking; Union College announces fall student athletes

photo provided OWINGS MILLS, MD (09/27/2016)-- The football team places in the D3football.com top 25 for the first time in program history. Daniel Williams of Sicklerville (08081) Cory Pietrzyk of Turnersville (08012) Jake Clayton of Woodbury (08096) Stevenson University is a coeducational, independent institution widely known for its unique synthesis of traditional liberal arts education and exceptional career preparation. The 4,200 students receive an innovative education from the six academic schools- Business and Leadership, Design, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences, and Graduate and Professional Studies. Each student experiences individual attention from faculty members and extensive career preparation gained through... Read more →


Could it be the End for Atlantic City casinos?

related : CNB Business News (CNBNewsnet)September 19, 2016--The upcoming referendum in New Jersey which could see the entry of Las Vegas-style gambling may prompt the closure of up to five Atlantic City casinos. If the legislation is passed, it will likely encourage the opening of new casinos further upstate. The loss of this essential business will harm Atlantic City establishment, according to the CEO of one of the major AC casinos. Resorts Casino Hotel recently commissioned a study to assess the damage which will be done to their establishment, should the legislation come to pass. Resorts is one of the... Read more →

A Look at New Jersey: The Quality Crisis at 4-Year Public Colleges

Related: CNBNEWS THREE PART SPECIAL REPORT: Gloucester City Schools by Tamara Hiler In an analysis of full-time, loan-holding students at America’s four-year public colleges & universities, Third Way found that a large number of institutions are failing to improve the lives of their students. Analyzing data from the Department of Education’s College Scorecard, we found that at the typical four-year public institution, less than half of students aren’t graduating, many aren’t earning sufficient incomes even years after enrollment, and nearly a quarter of students are unable to begin paying down their loans three years after leaving school. And in a... Read more →

N.J. College Student-Athletes Named to MAC Spring Honor Roll

Stevenson University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) OWINGS MILLS, MD (07/12/2016)-- Student-athletes are named to the MAC Spring Academic Honor Roll, showcasing their achievements both in the game, and in the classroom. Craig Joseph of Marlton (08053) Kevin Wu of Cherry Hill (08003) Daniel Halla of Haddonfield (08033) Christopher Hammerquist of Cherry Hill (08003) Forrest Allen of Elmer (08318) Brett Olin of Cherryhill (08003) Brianna Rafferty of National Park (08063) Stevenson University is a coeducational, independent institution widely known for its unique synthesis of traditional liberal arts education and exceptional career preparation. The 4,200 students receive an innovative education from the six... Read more →

Stevenson University Baseball Player Craig Joseph is Named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Team

OWINGS MILLS, MD (07/11/2016)-- Senior men's basball player Craig Joseph has been named to the Division III Mid-Atlantic All-Region Second Team by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings. The Mustang's designated hitter batted a team-high .366 this season, which includes three home runs and 34 runs batted in. During the MAC Commonwealth Championship, Joseph went 8-12 in eight out of the 12 games. He is a two-time MAC Commonwealth All-Conference selection. Congratulations Craig! Stevenson University is a coeducational, independent institution widely known for its unique synthesis of traditional liberal arts education and exceptional career preparation. The 4,200 students receive an... Read more →

The Ed Lucas Story: A Blind Broadcaster's Story of Overcoming Life's Greatest Obstacles (Listen)

Seeing Home: Baseball Broadcaster Ed Lucas Defies The Odds By Karen Given | Only A Game Friendships between writers and ballplayers aren’t common, but in baseball broadcaster Ed Lucas, players saw someone who had struggled as hard as they had — if not harder — to get to where he was. Ed Lucas and his son, Chris, have collaborated on the book, “Seeing Home: The Ed Lucas Story.” Ed and Chris Lucas tell their story, In Their Own Words. To hear the full story, click the play button below the headline at the top of the page. CONTINUE Link submitted... Read more →

WHAT A GAME! Wildcats Capture National Title

HOUSTON — Now there is another Villanova team to put on the wall and leave there forever. After a long wait, and after some difficult recent times in the NCAA Tournament, the Wildcats climbed back to the top again on Monday night, capturing the national championship on a Kris Jenkins 3-pointer at the buzzer that completed… Read more →

Why new concussion rules for football may cause more knee injuries

We could see this one coming a football field away: The change in tackling rules for college football designed to protect the head from concussions may have resulted in more injured knees, ankles and thighs, according to a study of NCAA rosters. Researchers looked at the NCAA Injury Surveillance Database for 57 colleges and compared injuries… Read more →


Bill Donohue would like to share something special: "The video, 'Say Merry Christmas,' is produced by the Say Merry Christmas network; it is a joy to watch. Anyone who supports the Catholic League will realize why it is so dear to us. The presentation is flawless. I would like to thank Catholic League members Rita and Denis Larrivee for bringing this to my attention. Please pass it around." http://www.catholicleague.org Say Merry Christmas - Vocal Carrie Rinderer and the American Christian Life United choir... Related articles Catholic League's Bill Donohue: "Christians Own December" COMMENTARY: Meet The Real Censors Catholic League: "Fifty... Read more →

Marlton Resident Austin Meyers selected as a MAC All-Conference Footall Team Player

Stevenson University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) OWINGS MILLS, MD (12/07/2015)-- November 17, 2015: Stevenson University football player Austin Meyers is one of the ten Mustangs to be named to a MAC All-Conference Team. Stevenson completed the season with a record of 8-2, going on to compete in the Centenial Conference-MAC Bowl Series. Linebacker Razonte Dunn and defensive backs Austin Tennessee and Billy Lewis have been named to the First Team. Offensive lineman Nick Jachera, tight end Andrew Wysicki, and linebacker Rasheed Lashley were selected to the second team. Defensive lineman Austin Meyers, linebacker Brady Kempa, Offensive lineman Travis Souble, and wider... Read more →

CNB SPORTS: Why America Offers Young Athletes Better Opportunities than Anywhere Else

(CNBNEWSNET)--All over the world, there are talented young people with their hearts set on a career in sport. For many of them, once they finish high school, the ideal is to get a sports scholarship to a US college, which is why companies that help match talent up to American colleges, such as asmscholarships.com , fill an important role. There are strong sports leagues and competitive athletics meets all over the world, and for some sports like soccer, it can be argued that the US has a weaker infrastructure for aspiring stars than other places like the UK, Germany, Spain... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Women's Tennis Sophomore Emily Ostrander, Named to the All-Commonwealth Conference Honorable Mention Team OWINGS MILLS, MD (05/13/2015)(readMedia)-- Stevenson University Sophomore, and women's tennis player, Emily Ostrander has been named to the All-Commonwealth Conference Honorable Mention Team. She is the first women's tennis player at Stevenson to earn an all-conference honor since the 2013 season. Ostrander has had an outstanding season, leading the team with five individual victories. One of these victories including her triumph over Lancaster Bible opponent with a number 6 singles win of 6-0. She also claimed victory over Lycoming with a number 6 win of 6-1. Congratulations... Read more →

News from Stevenson University

Wildwood Crest Resident, and Stevenson University Student-Athlete, Krista McGowen is Named to the MAC Winter 2015 Sportsmanship Team. OWINGS MILLS, MD (04/14/2015)(readMedia)-- Stevenson University athlete, Krista McGowen, is one of six Mustangs to be named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Winter Sportsmanship Team. The MAC chose 85 student-athletes as part of the Winter Sportsmanship Team, making sure to select one athlete from each institution for each sport. This honor recognizes student-athletes who demonstrate excellent sportsmanship and character while on, and off, the field and are nominated by their coaches. Being chosen for this honor gives each student the opportunity to... Read more →

FBI Warns of Fictitious 'Work-from-home' Scam Targeting University Students

College students across the United States have been targeted to participate in work-from-home scams. Students have been receiving e-mails to their school accounts recruiting them for payroll and/or human resource positions with fictitious companies. The “position” simply requires the student to provide his/her bank account number to receive a deposit and then transfer a portion of the funds to another bank account. Unbeknownst to the student, the other account is involved in the scam that the student has now helped perpetrate. The funds the student receives and is directed elsewhere have been stolen by cyber criminals. Participating in the scam... Read more →


When the NFL formed in 1920, football already had a strong following in the United States. That popularity allowed young players to earn decent livings while honing their skills. Today, the NFL has a long history of amazing players. These four stand out as some of the best. Jim Brown Jim Brown is a former NFL fullback recruited by the Cleveland Browns in 1957. Over eight seasons, he won numerous awards and set records that took decades to beat. Everything about the player comes from a athleticism rarely seen in any sport. Among Brown's accomplishments, he: Set a record of... Read more →

2014 MAC Title Goes to NIU

Mid-American Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher presents the 2014 Marathon Mid-American Conference Championship game trophy to Northern Illinois University Head Coach Rod Carey and his team after their 51-17 title win over Bowling Green State University at Ford Field. BGSU had bested NIU last year in the MAC championship. Photo by Lars Hjelmroth, Detroit Photo Company By Raymond Rolak CNBNEWS.NET BOWL GAME DESTINATIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED SUNDAY DETROIT-- Northern Illinois University pulled away in the second half with 24 straight points to take a 51-17 win over Bowling Green State University in the 2014 Marathon Mid-American Conference Championship game at Ford Field.... Read more →

Cory Pietrzyk, of Turnersville selected to All-Middle Atlantic Conference Teams

Stevenson University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) OWINGS MILLS, MD (11/25/2014)(readMedia)-- Cory Pietrzyk from Turnersville, NJ along with nine of his teammates were selected to the football All-Middle Atlantic Conference Teams. Below are the student-athletes who were selected: Austin Tennessee (First Team): Tennessee has started all 10 games at cornerback, ranking third on the team in tackles with 57. He leads the team with seven passes defended, ranking 10th in the MAC. Tennessee ranks sixth in the nation and second in the conference with three blocked kicks. Devonte Williams (First Team): Ranking second in the MAC and fifth in the nation in... Read more →

Stevenson University Recognizes the Football team

OWINGS MILLS, MD (11/24/2014)(readMedia)-- Congratulations to the 2014 Football team members: Wayne Becker of Galloway (08205) Lee Bouggess of Swedesboro (08085) Jarret Bragg of Sicklerville (08081) Dondre' Brown of Somers Point (08244) Roderick Collins of Pennsauken (08109) Tony Colon of Glassboro (08028) Dylan Cummings of Pennsville (08070) Carl File of Millville (08332) Troy Martino of Delran (08075) Austin Meyers of Marlton (08053) Nathan Niederhofer of Dorothy (08317) Cory Pietrzyk of Turnersville (08012) Brandon Smart of Sicklerville (08081) Dayne Turner of Burlington (08016) Daniel Williams of Sicklerville (08081) Under Ed Hottle, the first head coach in program history, the team finished... Read more →

NJ Students Named to Stevenson U. Spring 2014 Dean's List

OWINGS MILLS, MD (07/29/2014)(readMedia)-- Over 1,000 students were named to Stevenson University's Spring 2014 Dean's List. This prestigious list represents those full-time students with outstanding academic achievement during the Spring 2014 semester. Emily Ostrander of Berlin (8009) Sean Stump of Blackwood (8012) Jamie Matlock of Bridgeton (8302) Kevin Wu of Cherry Hill (8003) Anna Foote of Collingswood (8108) Nathan Niederhofer of Dorothy (8317) Julian Medina of Eastampton (8060) Carl File of Millville (8332) Nicolette Stoner of Mount Laurel (8054) Gabrielle Kuhar of Ocean View (8230) Kimberly Maley of Pilesgrove (8098) Nicole Riela of Sewell (8080) Jarret Bragg of Sicklerville (8081)... Read more →

CNBNews College Sports Report for Saturday's Events (8/31/13)

ROWAN MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY FINISHES THIRD AT THE SALISBURY FALL CLASSIC SALISBURY, MD – The Rowan University men’s cross country team finished third at the Salisbury Fall Classic on Saturday. The meet was held at Winterplace Park. Rob Rawls (so. Runnemede, NJ/Triton Reg.) was the first Prof to finish the 8K race. He came in third with a time of 25:59.12. Jeff Tauriello (sr. Florham Park, NJ/Hanover Park) came in 14th (26:55.93) and Tim Dole (so. Mantua, NJ/Clearview Reg.) was 18th (27:04.96). Joe Capolino (so. Old Bridge, NJ/Old Bridge) had a 30th place (27:52.96) and Tim Rearden (jr. Burlington, NJ/Burlington... Read more →

Stevens Field Hockey Prepared for 2013 Season; Ducks Open at Home Friday

HOBOKEN, N.J. (August 28, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology field hockey team will open its 2013 season Friday afternoon at the De Baun Athletic Complex against No. 8 Messiah College. The Ducks are coming off a 2012 season that saw the program’s first-ever Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Mid-Atlantic title, the Empire 8 regular-season title and a trip to the conference final. The Ducks also won 16 games against just seven losses which was the third-most victories in program history and seventh-straight season with double-digit victories. “Winning the ECAC title last year felt really good, ending the season strong... Read more →

The MaxPreps Career Profile is unveiled - MaxPreps

MaxPreps.com is proud to announce its latest innovation, one that will take every piece of an athlete's high school career and put it in one place: The career profile. Find all photos in one location. Now athletes will have one page where all of their stats, photos, videos and other information from all years and sports will live. And all that information will be included with a new, visually captivating page layout. "MaxPreps stands for celebrating the high school sports experience for coaches, parents and student-athletes. With the release of our new career pages, we can do a much better... Read more →

CWS finals pits SEC and Pac-12 again as Mississippi State faces UCLA for title - NCAA.com

The Associated Press Last Updated - June 22, 2013 1:30 GMT OMAHA, Neb. – It’s the Southeastern Conference vs. the Pac-12 for the second consecutive year in the finals of the College World Series. Mississippi State and UCLA will square off in the best-of-three starting Monday at TD Ameritrade Park after each went unbeaten in winning its bracket. “‘I know it sounds crazy, but our kids just think something good is going to happen and, by the way, our coaches do, too.” – John Cohen UCLA survived a rocky ninth inning to eliminate No. 1 national seed North Carolina with... Read more →

Linfield captures its first NCAA Division III championship

Linfield Athletics Last Updated - May 29, 2013 12:28 GMT APPLETON, Wis. — Chris Haddeland threw a complete game and top-seeded Linfield scored four runs in the fourth inning en route to a 4-1 victory against Southern Maine in the title game of the Division III championship series Tuesday at Fox Cities Stadium. Linfield captured its first NCAA championship — adding to NAIA titles in 1966 and 1971. Haddeland allowed one run on eight hits with three walks and five strikeouts en route to his school-record 15th pitching victory of the season. A perfectly executed squeeze bunt from Kyle Chamberlain... Read more →

Regional fields announced as countdown begins to College World Series

NCAA.com/ May 27, 2013 INDIANAPOLIS — The field of 64 teams competing for the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship was announced Monday by the DI baseball committee. The national top eight seeds are North Carolina (52-8), Vanderbilt (51-9), Oregon State (45-10), LSU (52-9), Cal State Fullerton (48-8), Virginia (47-10), Florida State (44-15) and Oregon (45-14). The Southeastern Conference led all conferences in the number of teams in the championship field with nine, while the Atlantic Coast Conference has eight. The Pac-12 and Sun Belt conferences have four. Making the tournament for the first time include: Bryant of the Northeast... Read more →

More Postseason Honors for Baseball’s Allen

HOBOKEN, N.J. (May 20, 2013) – Junior Dan Allen (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.) of the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team raked in more postseason honors today as D3Baseball.com and the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings released its all-region teams. Allen was honored as a utility player on both New York All-Region squads. D3Baseball.com recognized the everyday outfielder and closer as a first-team member after a superb season at the plate and on the mound, while the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region team placed Allen as a third-team honoree. In the batter's box, the Egg Harbor Township native paced the Ducks' offense in 11... Read more →

Allen Highlights NJCBA All-State Selections | cnbnews.net

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (May 16, 2013) – Junior Dan Allen (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.) of the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team was named New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) First-Team All-State as a utility player and also Division II/III Fireman of the Year as a closer. Stevens finished the 2013 season with a 23-18 overall mark after its second straight trip to the ECAC Metro Championship. Allen, an Empire 8 Conference First-Team selection, finished his junior campaign with six saves in nine appearances on the mound with a slender 0.73 earned-run average to earn the state’s top relief pitcher.... Read more →

Nine from Baseball Named Empire 8 All-Conference

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (May 10, 2013) – The Empire 8 Conference released its post season baseball awards today and nine members of the Stevens Institute of Technology squad were recognized on the first- and second-teams. Stevens finished up its 2013 season with a 23-18 overall record and bowed out of the ECAC Metro Tournament on Wednesday afternoon against Rutgers-Camden University. Three student-athletes landed on the first-team in junior Dan Allen (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.), sophomore Ryan Mannello (Staten Island, N.Y) and freshman Ryan Patterson (Staten Island, N.Y.). Allen was voted as a first-team utility player after leading the Ducks in 11... Read more →

Stevens to Meet Rutgers-Camden in First Round of ECAC Metro Tournament | cnbnews.net

press release photo credit cnbnews.net HOBOKEN, N.J. (May 7, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team earned the No. 4 seed in the ECAC Metro Championship and will play No. 5 Rutgers-Camden University on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 pm. at Campbell’s Stadium. Campbell’s Field is the home park for the Minor League Camden Riversharks. Stevens (23-17) is the higher seed in the nine-inning affair but will play at Rutgers-Camden (22-18) in the seven-team tournament due to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse game being played in Hoboken tomorrow. If victorious, the Ducks will take on Empire 8 Conference rival and... Read more →

NJCBA Tabs Allen Player of the Week

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (May 3, 2013) – Junior Dan Allen (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.) of the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team was named New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association Player of the Week after his performance over the past six games. Stevens went 5-1 last week and closed out the regular season with a 2-1 win over NJCU to finish the year 23-17 overall. Allen recorded a .429 batting average (9-for-21) and drove in nine runs. He also scored six times and stole six bases with five walks. In the fourth game of series with Utica, Allen posted his 100th... Read more →

CNBNEWS College Baseball/Softball Roundup for Friday & Saturday

ROWAN BASEBALL EDGES KEAN UNIVERSITY May 4, 2013 UNION, NJ – The Rowan University baseball team edged Kean University, 4-3 in the third round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship Tournament on Saturday. The Profs (31-12), seeded third, advances to the championship game on Sunday, May 5 at noon. The top seed Kean University (32-9) drops to the losers bracket and plays the winner of the fifth seed Ramapo College and the second seed William Paterson University at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. The double elimination tournament at Kean University continues on Saturday-Sunday, May 4-5. The NJAC champion receives... Read more →


press release May 2 New Jersey City University had the tying run on third base with one out in the top of the ninth inning before Stevens Institute of Technology made a game-ending diving catch in center field as the Ducks outlasted NJCU, 2-1, in the 2013 season finale for the Gothic Knights on May 1 at Dobbelaar Field. In a game where hits were at a premium—three for NJCU and only two for Stevens—each school's starter was brilliant, but only one could win. Stevens concludes the regular season at 23-17. NJCU's 66th season of baseball ends with a 17-22... Read more →

College Baseball Report: Rowan over NJCU, Stevens 10, Lehman 6

Baseball Wins 9-5 Over New Jersey City University Outfielder Nick Kreiger Box Score GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan University baseball team won 9-5 over conference opponent New Jersey City University on Friday. The Profs are 22-10 overall and 7-5 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference. On Thursday (April 18), Rowan had a 13-2 victory at New Jersey City. The Gothic Knights have a 14-17 record with a 3-9 conference mark. Left-hander Kyle Brown (sr. Southampton, NJ/Seneca) was the winning pitcher in relief. He went two innings and only gave up two hits. Right-hander Jomar Casiano (fr. Jersey City, NJ/Ferris) took... Read more →

College Baseball/Softball Wednesday Report

BLOOMSBURG USES STRONG PITCHING TO SWEEP DOUBLEHEADER FROM GOLDEY-BEACOM Huskies Limit Lightning to One Hit While Posting 25 Strikeouts BLOOMSBURG, Pa. – Led by a pair of dominating pitching efforts from senior Cait Paine(Lebanon H.S./Lebanon, Pa.) and junior Mandi Black (Northwest Area H.S./Huntington Mills, Pa.), Bloomsburg University (22-10) swept a non-conference doubleheader over Goldey-Beacom College (9-27) at the Huskies’ Hutchinson Field on Wednesday afternoon. After Paine threw the third no-hitter of her college career for a 2-0 victory in the first game, Black limited the Lightning to just one hit en route to a 4-0 win in the nightcap. In... Read more →

Ducks Split Doubleheader with St. John Fisher

Allen Picks up Win and Walk-off Single in Game Two Victory over St. John Fisher HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 30, 2013) – For the second straight day, the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team earned a split against Empire 8 Conference rival St. John Fisher College on Saturday afternoon at Dobbelaar Field. In the first real spring feel weather-wise this season, Stevens dropped Game One, 6-1, but bounced back in dramatic fashion to take the nightcap, 6-5, on a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh. The Ducks are now 11-7 overall and 2-2 in the Empire 8. Game One:... Read more →

Ducks Split Doubleheader with St. John Fisher

Yano’s Five Hits Highlights E8 Baseball Split with HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 29, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team earned a split in the opening Empire 8 Conference doubleheader against St. John Fisher College on Friday afternoon at Dobbelaar Field. Stevens dropped Game One, 10-7, but fought back for a 9-5 Game Two victory to salvage the split. The Ducks are now 10-6 overall, 1-1 in the Empire 8, while St. John Fisher is 9-6 and 1-1. Game One: St. John Fisher 10, Stevens 7 In the opener, Stevens struck first with a two-out solo home run from... Read more →

CNBNews College Baseball Report for Saint Joseph U., LaSalle, Stevens Institute of Technology, College of NJ, and Virginia Cavaliers

SJU BASEBALL POSTS 10-6 EXTRA-INNING COMEBACK WIN AT TEMPLE Hawks Battle Back From 5-1 Deficit After Six AMBLER, Pa. – Trailing by four runs entering the seventh, the Hawk offense responded with nine runs over the final four innings as the Saint Joseph’s baseball team defeated Temple, 10-6, in 10 innings on a cold and windy Saturday afternoon at Skip Wilson Field. Greg Kumpel hit a two-run double in the top of the 10th before John Brue followed with his first collegiate home run to give the Hawks a pair of insurance runs. Temple (7-11 overall, 0-2 Atlantic 10) jumped... Read more →

CNBNEWS COLLEGE SPORTS For Saturday: Rowan Wins, Hawks/Wagner Cancel, Rutgers Offense Hot, Lions Shine in Florida, Ducks Split

update 8PM ROWAN BASEBALL EDGES NUMBER ONE RANKED CORTLAND, 5-4 LEESBURG, FL – The Rowan University baseball team edged number one ranked SUNY Cortland, 5-4 on Saturday at Lake Sumter Community College. It was Rowan’s second game at the RussMatt Tournament during spring break. The Profs are 7-2 overall while the Red Dragons are 10-4 on the season. On Friday, Rowan lost 12-8 against Cortland. Right-hander Jeff White (sr. Medford, NJ/Sterling) earned the win on the mound. White (1-0) went six innings and gave up six hits and four earned runs. He struck out four batters. Righty Nick Henderson (jr.... Read more →

Another Double-Digit Strikeout Effort for Baseball Pitchers in 10-2 Win over CCNY

HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 13, 2013) – For the fourth time in six games this season, the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball pitching staff struck out double-digit batters in a 10-2 victory over the City College of New York on Wednesday afternoon. Although the game was played at Dobbelaar Field, Stevens was the away team in the box score since the contest was originally scheduled at CCNY. Eight different Ducks toed the rubber and combined for 11 strikeouts in nine innings. Sophomore Peirce Marston (Silver Spring, Md.) led the way by punching out the side in the third inning to earn... Read more →

Stevens Baseball Shuts Out John Jay, 15-0

HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 9, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team pounded out 17 hits and scored 15 runs in a shutout against John Jay College on Saturday afternoon at Dobbelaar Field. Stevens plated at least one run in each of the first six innings en route to its most runs scored this season and fourth win of the year. The Ducks wasted little time getting on the board as junior Dan Allen (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.) ripped a double to left center field that brought in two runs with no outs in the bottom of the first... Read more →

Ducks Softball Eyes Big 2013 Season; Open Sunday in California

HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 7, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology softball team will begin its 2013 season Sunday at the University of La Verne in La Verne, Calif. The Ducks are coming off a 2012 campaign in which they reached Empire 8 Championship and went 7-5 in the conference. The softball team is now in its fourth season as a varsity program at Stevens, qualifying for postseason play the last two years and winning 21 games in 2011 to earn a berth in the ECAC Tournament. The 2013 version of the team will be led by senior co-captains Lauren... Read more →

Duck's Late-Inning Comeback vs. No. 24 ECSU Comes up Just Short

press release HOBOKEN, N.J. (March 1, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team trailed 8-0 against No. 24 Eastern Connecticut State University into the bottom of the seventh inning and attempted a comeback by scoring seven runs in the final three innings but came up one run short, 8-7. Stevens plated three runs in the ninth and had the bases loaded with two outs but could not drive in that fourth run at Dobbelaar Field. Eastern Connecticut jumped out with five runs over the first two innings behind the hot bat of Joe Balowski, who went 5-for-5 in... Read more →

Ducks Softball Picked to Finish Fourth in Empire 8

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (February 27, 2013) – The Empire 8 Conference released its Preseason Coaches’ Poll earlier this month and the Stevens Institute Technology softball team was voted to finish the season fourth out of the eight-team conference. In 2012, Stevens wrapped up the season with a 17-24 overall record and a 7-5 mark within the Empire 8. Ithaca College was chosen to claim its ninth conference title and advance to the NCAA Tournament for the 26th time. Ithaca received sixth of eight first place votes and 48 points overall in the poll. St. John Fisher College received two first place... Read more →

Birthplace of Baseball Classic Set for March 2

HOBOKEN, N.J. (February 25, 2013) – The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team will be hosting its inaugural Birthplace of Baseball Classic on Saturday, March 2 at Dobbelaar Field beginning at 11 a.m. There will be two, nine-inning collegiate baseball games played during the day and a two-inning exhibition contest between Hoboken’s Historic H9 Baseball Team throughout the event. Festivities will kick-off with a game between nationally ranked No. 24 Eastern Connecticut State University and New Jersey City University at 11 a.m. Saturday’s opening contest will be the first of the season for Eastern Connecticut, while NJCU will bring a... Read more →