Men's Soccer Brings Home A NIAC Championship With A 2-1 Win Over Green Mountain Poultney, VT- The Men's Soccer team defeated the Green Mountain Eagles, 2-1, this afternoon on a wet field to claim the NIAC Championship. The two... Full Story
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vs. Pratt W, 1-0
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vs. Me.-Fort Kent L, 5-0
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vs. Berkeley (NJ)
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vs. SUNY Delhi L, 4-0
@ Medford High School Senior Day
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at Green Mountain W, 2-1
Player Of The Week
Jonathan Rosado - Baseball Week of May 2-9 - This week the Player of the Week honors are shared by Falcons DH Jonathan Rosado and Pitcher Johann Doerrer for their performances at the A.I.I. Conference Tournament. Rosado had a monster weekend at the plate, batting .526 (10 for 19) in four games, adding a pair of runs scored and tallying eight RBI's. The sophomore also added a double in the 17-0 victory over the College of the Ozarks. The strong finish lifted Rosado's batting average to .304 for the season to go along with 49 hits and 14 doubles. Both Rosado and Doerrer were recognized for their play over the weekend as they were both selected to the A.I.I. All Tournament Team.
Johann Doerrer - Baseball Week of May 2-9 - Week of May 2-9 - This week the Player of the Week honors are shared by Falcons DH Jonathan Rosado and Pitcher Johann Doerrer for their performances at the A.I.I. Conference Tournament. In two appearances, the junior hurler threw 10.2 innings, allowing just three hits while striking out four. He helped lead his team to a 17-0 victory over the College of the Ozarks, giving up just three hits in the complete game shutout, earning his 6th win of the season. He finished the season with a 3.76 ERA and 52 strikeouts, third highest in both categories amongst regular starters. Both Doerrer and Rosado were recognized for their play over the weekend as they were both selected to the A.I.I. All Tournament Team.
John Batista - Baseball Week of April 25 - May 2- This week's player of the week is Falcons baseball right fielder, John Batista (Lawrence, MA). The freshman outfielder had an outstanding week to finish out the regular season. In five games this week, Batista batted .533 (8 for 15), with four straight games in which he had two hits. He also tallied nine RBI's, scored three runs, and hit three more doubles to add to his team-leading 20 this season. Batista is now third on the team in hits (62) and has brought his season average up to .392.
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