CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. – Junior shortstop Braxton Riley (Fort Wayne, Ind.) doubled, tripled and drove in three runs, and catcher Matt Pritz (LaPorte, Ind.), also a member of the Class of 2019, added three hits and two RBI to lead Manchester University past Wabash College in game one of a non-conference doubleheader Monday, March 19.
TIFFIN, OHIO – Sophomore outfielder Quentin Rumsey (Auburn, Ind.) homered, tripled and drove in two runs in the nightcap, and sophomore first baseman Nick Rush (Terre Haute, Ind.) tallied three hits in the opener to wind up Manchester University’s weekend series at Heidelberg University Sunday, March 18.
TIFFIN, OHIO – Senior third baseman Hunter Lane (Nappanee, Ind.) and junior catcher Matt Pritz (LaPorte, Ind.) each produced two-hit contests Saturday, March 17, leading Manchester University in a weekend series opener.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – Senior left fielder Eric Knepper (Bremen, Ind.) clouted a pair of home runs in game one, while fellow Class of 2018 team member Brandon Eck (Fort Wayne, Ind.) fired a solid pitching effort in the nightcap to lead Manchester University Saturday, March 10.
Due to recent snow and icy temperatures in the forecast, the non-conference contest between Manchester University and Taylor University, scheduled for Wednesday, March 7, at TU's Winterholter Field, has been canceled.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – An 80-pitch gem from junior hurler Jordan Hillyard (Decatur, Ind.) headlined the final two days of Manchester University’s southern sojourn at the Ripken Experience Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Senior third baseman Hunter Lane (Nappanee, Ind.), freshman pinch hitter/outfielder Hunter Freeman (Fort Wayne, Ind.) and sophomore first baseman Nick Rush (Terre Haute, Ind.) each plated runs in a game-deciding sixth inning comeback Thursday, March 1.
Six games against schools from the Capital Athletic Conference, City University of New York Athletic Conference and the State University of New York Athletic Conference make up Manchester University’s season-opening trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Rising Manchester University seniors Brandon Eck (Fort Wayne, Ind.) and Taylor Kopplin (Westport, Ind.) and rising junior Matt Pritz (LaPorte, Ind.) are on the roster of the Haysville Aviators for the Jayhawk Collegiate Wood Bat Baseball League.
RICHMOND, IND. – While a pair of defeats in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships at Earlham College’s Sadler Field diminished weekend plans for Manchester University, it couldn’t take away the memories of more Spartans’ diamond success.
RICHMOND, IND. – Sophomore shortstop Braxton Riley (Fort Wayne, Ind.) singled home a run with a sharp shot up the middle, and senior first baseman Tailur Szarenski (Bluffton, Ind.) scurried home the eventual game-deciding tally a batter later as part of Manchester University's final at-bat during its first game of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships Thursday, May 11.
FRANKLIN, IND. – Eight players finished with multiple-hit efforts, while junior pitchers Taylor Kopplin (Westport, Ind.) and Stephen Pinarski (Goshen, Ind.) stepped to the forefront for Manchester University Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7.
NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Three straight scoring hits in its final at-bat helped Manchester University keep pace for the top spot on the 2017 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings Wednesday, May 3.
NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – A gusty early spring wind and warm temperatures at Gratz Field provided fans in attendance of a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference – Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association battle between Manchester University and Calvin College plenty to cheer for Wednesday, April 26.
DEFIANCE, OHIO – While seven different Manchester University batters touched Defiance College pitching for hits Tuesday, April 25, it wasn’t enough to overcome the host Yellow Jackets and Craig A. Rutter Field.
NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Standout pitching starts from junior Brandon Eck (Fort Wayne, Ind.) and senior Cory Ferguson (Fort Wayne, Ind.) helped spotlight two of three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference decisions over Transylvania University Saturday and Sunday, April 22 and 23.