No. 6 Rowan kicked off the 2019 season with a dominant 25-3 win at Stevens on Sunday. Iowa Wesleyan, John Carroll, and North Central all had 20+ runs in their wins. Northland hit the 20 run mark but lost to Iowa Wesleyan 28-20 in the highest scoring game of the year.
Elmira took two games at Greensboro to win their opening games for the first time in the brief history of the program. Stevens returned home and found Dobbelaar Field more to their liking as they notched their first win of the season.
Sophomore Thomas Paulich drove in a run for the second game in a row and classmate Roy Iversen struck out five in his first collegiate start as the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team won their home opener with a 3-2 non-conference victory over SUNY-Old Westbury at Dobbelaar Field.
The College of Saint Elizabeth's athletic department has announced the hiring of Arlan Freeman as the first head baseball coach in school history. The Eagles will start playing in the CSAC starting in 2019-20
The first D-III player taken in this year's MLB amateur player draft was Hugh Smith, a righthander out of Whitworth and was the only name called on day two. Christian Cosby, Chapman was the first of 11 players drafted on the third and final day of the MLB draft.
Junior Charlie Ruegger spun his third complete game of the season while setting the single-season program record for strikeouts as the Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball team defeated Houghton College 4-2 Thursday afternoon to open the Empire 8 Conference Tournament.
Junior Charlie Ruegger scattered five hits over 8.1 innings, senior Alex Detweiler doubled twice and drove in two as the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team won its sixth straight game with an 8-2 victory over St. John Fisher College Friday in an Empire 8 Conference game at Dugan Field.
Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball swept the Empire 8 Conference weekly awards as junior Donny Gherardi was named Player of the Week and senior Quinn DiPasquale was recognized as the E8's Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Monday. It’s the first time a single institution has swept the league’s weekly honors this season.
Senior Quinn DiPasquale spun a one-hit, complete-game shutout, freshman catcher Nathan Zuckerman drove in two, as the Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball team defeated Utica College 8-0 Sunday afternoon to win the Empire 8 Conference regular season title.
Freshman Thomas Paulich delivered a sixth-inning RBI single to snap a 2-2 tie as the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team won its third straight game with a 3-2 victory over Misericordia University Wednesday evening in non-conference action at Dobbelaar Field.
Junior Charlie Ruegger struck out nine over seven strong innings, senior Alex Detweiler reached base seven times over two games as the Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball team snapped a two-game losing streak with a sweep of St. John Fisher College Friday afternoon in an Empire 8 Conference doubleheader at Dugan Yard.
Senior Alex Detweiler hit a go-ahead three-run home run as part of a six-run eighth inning as the Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball team rallied to defeat Houghton College 7-3 Saturday to complete a sweep of the teams’ Empire 8 Conference series.
Stevens Institute of Technology baseball junior Charlie Ruegger was named Division III National Pitcher of the Week Wednesday, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) announced. It's the first NCBWA weekly honor in program history.
The accolades continue to come in for Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball junior Charlie Ruegger. After being named Empire 8 Conference Pitcher of the Week for the first time in his career earlier in the day, the right-hander was selected to D3Baseball.com’s Team of the Week, the media outlet announced late Monday evening.
Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball junior Charlie Ruegger was named Empire 8 Conference Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Monday. It's the first career weekly honor for the Morris Plains, New Jersey native.
The Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team drew a season-high 12 walks, including three with the bases loaded, to defeat the State University of New York at Canton 10-8 Saturday evening to earn a split of an Empire 8 Conference doubleheader at Dobbelaar Field.
Junior Charlie Ruegger fired a 15-strikeout one-hitter, senior Alex Detweiler finished a single shy of the cycle, and the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team won its fourth straight game with a 3-0 victory over the State University of New York at Canton Friday evening in an Empire 8 Conference matchup at Dobbelaar Field.
Senior Alex Detweiler and junior Donny Gherardi had consecutive run-scoring hits as the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team strung together seven straight hits as part of a two-out, six-run rally in the fifth inning as the Ducks topped visiting Elmira College 9-4 Wednesday in an Empire 8 Conference game played at Dobbelaar Field.
Senior Quinn DiPasquale allowed one earned run over six solid innings, sophomore Patrick Rood hit his first career grand slam. and the Stevens Institute of Technology Baseball team climbed back to .500 with an 8-4 victory over Ithaca College Monday in an Empire 8 Conference game played at Freeman Field.
Junior Danny Poidomani struck out a season-high 11 over eight solid innings and freshman Nathan Zuckerman snapped a scoreless tie with a fifth-inning RBI double, leading the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team to a 7-2 victory over Ithaca College Sunday to split the team's Empire 8 Conference-opening doubleheader.
Junior Carlos Leon delivered a one-out RBI single to give the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team a dramatic 6-5 walk-off victory over Arcadia University in 10 innings Saturday in a non-conference game at Dobbelaar Field.
Senior Alex Detweiler went 4-for-4 and drove in three runs, freshman Roy Iversen earned his first collegiate victory, and the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team earned a 5-4 come-from-behind win over New Jersey City University Sunday afternoon in non-conference action at Dobbelaar Field.
Sophomore Chandler Brierley pitched no-hit baseball for 5 2-3 innings and the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team scored five times in the first en route to an 11-4 victory over Middlebury College Saturday in a non-conference game played at Emory University's Chappell Park.
Freshman Ambrose Consol hit his first collegiate home run and junior Charlie Ruegger struck out seven as the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team won its third straight game with a 5-4, come-from-behind victory over No. 17 Johns Hopkins University Sunday to open the program’s annual Spring Break Trip.
Junior Donny Gherardi and sophomore Patrick Rood each delivered two-out run-scoring hits, junior Danny Poidomani struck out eight over 8 1-3 shutout innings, and the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team returned to the win column with a tidy 6-0 shutout of New Paltz University in non-conference action at a chilly Dobbelaar Field Friday.
Trevor Denton and Patrick Rood sent their teams home happy. Denton's single shot gave Guilford their first lead of the day and the win while Rood's three run shot made Stevens a winner for the first time this season.
Patrick Rood picked an excellent time to record his first hit of the day. The sophomore second baseman turned on a 3-1 fastball and drove it well over the wall in right-center to give the Stevens Institute of Technology baseball team a 7-4 victory over William Paterson University on a very rainy Saturday afternoon at Dobbelaar Field.
Drew scored eight runs in the ninth and tenth innings to grab an 11-6 win over Stevens. In the South both the Captains of Christopher Newport and the Yellow Jackets of Randolph-Macon won big in midweek games.
Stevens Institute of Technology baseball's Danny Poidomani was named Second Team All-Coastal Plain League Tuesday. The junior pitcher was the only Division III student-athlete recognized by one of the premier summer collegiate baseball leagues in the country.