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Baseball drops double header


Matt Gad—Sports Writer The Owls were swept Saturday in a home-opening doubleheader to Franklin Pierce in two 11-inning affairs, falling to 9-11 on the season so far. In the first game, freshman Brandon White threw seven innings of three-hit, eight-strikeout pitches but the offense only mustered two runs in a 5-2 extrainning defeat. In the second the pitching was strong

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Baseball loses fourth straight


Matt – Sports Writer Tim Shea’s baseball team won 27 games last season and they made an appearance in the NCAA College World Series. However, this year they haven’t been able to win the big conference games necessary to keep them in the national playoff picture. Their struggles began last week when they led their conference rival, the University of

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Baseball Still Dominating NE-10


Matt Gad – Sports Writer The Owls baseball team is sitting at 19-8-1, with a 7-1 NE-10 mark. Last year they finished the season 16-25-1 and missed out on conference and national postseason opportunities. “This was a huge win,” head coach Tim Shea said, of his team’s 5-4 defeat of the Adelphi Panthers. “They’re a divisional opponent who we beat

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Owls sweep Saint Rose


Matt Gad – Sports Writer After being washed out April 2, sunny skies had the Owls play two with Saint Rose that Sunday. Game 1 was a one-sided affair, as freshman Nathan Carney threw a complete game nine-inning outing, en route to a 10-0 win. The Owls completed their sweep of Saint Rose by winning 4-2 in the later session,

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