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Junior backstop led the Mount with a .414 batting average
John McManus5/24/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent baseball player John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) has been named Second Team All-New York Region it was announced on Sunday night. McManus led the Dolphins in batting during the 2010 season with a .414 average and set the single season program record for home runs with his seven round trippers. More...
Centerfielder recorded 10 outfield assists in 2010
James Labartino5/24/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior centerfielder James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) has earned a New York Region ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Award it was announced on Sunday night. Labartino was a First Team All-Skyline Conference selection in 2010 after hitting .346 and he also recorded a .990 fielding percentage. More...
Pope led team in doubles, Labartino led way in steals
Mike Pope5/3/2010 - Three College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball players were honored with All-Skyline recognition on Monday afternoon with two players being named to the conference’s First Team. Juniors Mike Pope (Massapequa, N.Y.) and James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) were named First Team All-Skyline Conference and classmate John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) was a Second Team All-League selection. More...
Puma works 8.0 strong innings, McManus picks up RBI
John McManus4/28/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was defeated on Wednesday night at Old Westbury in the Skyline Conference Tournament by a score of 2-1 in 10 innings. Freshman James Puma (Thornwood, N.Y.) worked 8.0 strong innings for the Dolphins on the night and junior John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) drove in the Mount’s only run. More...
Labartino goes 5-for-5 in game one
James Labartino4/24/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped two critical Skyline Conference games on Saturday at St. Joseph’s-L.I. The Dolphins were edged in the bottom of the ninth in a 6-5 game one loss and then dropped the nightcap to the Golden Eagles 9-5. Junior centerfielder James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) went 5-for-5 in game one for the Mount. More...
Trainor, Puma work complete games for the Dolphins
Mike Trainor4/19/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team lost both ends of a key Skyline Conference doubleheader on Monday, falling in game one by a score of 5-2 and then in a well pitched 3-0 decision in the nightcap. Junior Mike Trainor (Patterson, N.Y.) worked his second straight complete game in the opener, while rookie James Puma (Thornwood, N.Y.) worked 7.0 effective innings in game two. More...
Blackford sets hits record, McManus matches home run mark
Joe Blackford4/18/2010 - Several programs records were set on Sunday as the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team swept a league set from NYU-POLY. In the Dolphins’ 21-5 game one win senior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) became the program’s all-time hit leader with his 145th safety and junior John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) hit his eighth career home run which matched the career record at the Mount in a 12-6 game two victory. In addition freshman Kevin Coogan (Bronx, N.Y.) hit for the program’s first cycle in game one.  More...
Dolphins back in action on Sunday against NYU-POLY
Steve Macias4/17/2010 -

The Baseball doubleheader scheduled for Saturday afternoon between the College of Mount Saint Vincent and Farmingdale St. has been postponed due to inclement weather and poor field conditions at Van Cortlandt Park in Riverdale, N.Y. The twinbill will be made up Monday at a time and site to be announced

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Pope, Lavery collect two hits each
Mike Pope4/14/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped its second straight non-conference game on Wednesday afternoon, falling 15-0 at #22 Kean. Sophomore Christian Lavery (Westbury, N.Y.) and junior Mike Pope (Massapequa, N.Y.) each picked up a pair of hits and combined for four of the Mount’s five on the day. More...
Blackford drives in two for the Dolphins
Joe Blackford4/13/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was tripped up on Tuesday afternoon by a score of 13-7 at Division II Mercy. Senior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) went 1-for-3 in the game with two RBI and now stands just three hits shy of tying the career mark for hits as a Dolphin. More...
Junior first basemen hit .450 for the Dolphins last week
Mike Pope4/12/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior Mike Pope (Massapequa, N.Y.) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week it was announced by the league on Monday evening. It marks the fourth time that a Mount Saint Vincent player has been honored by the conference this season. More...
Mongelli, Mike McManus fire complete games
Anthony Mongelli4/12/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team got a pair of complete game wins from its starters on Sunday as it cruised to a doubleheader sweep of Yeshiva. Sophomore Anthony Mongelli (Flushing, N.Y.) fired a complete game shutout in a 10-0 game one victory and rookie Mike McManus (Queens, N.Y.) followed that up with a complete game five hitter in a 14-1 triumph in the nightcap. More...
Trainor works complete game gem in game one win
Mike Trainor4/11/2010 - Junior right hander Mike Trainor scattered six hits and allowed only two runs in Mount Saint Vincent’s 12-2 game on win in a Skyline Conference doubleheader on Saturday afternoon. He was supported a 14 hit attack, including four that went for extra bases. The Privateers rebounded in game two with a six run first inning on their way to a 7-3 triumph. The game two loss was the first time the Dolphins had ever dropped a game to Maritime. More...
Blackford doubles for the Mount
Joe Blackford4/5/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was upended in a non-conference contest at Stevens Monday night by a score of 26-0. The Dolphins recorded just three hits on the night, with senior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) connecting on a double in the seventh inning. More...
Dolphins travel to Stevens on Monday night
Anthony Masullo3/31/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team’s non-conference game at Lehman scheduled for Wednesday, March 31 at 7:00 p.m. has been postponed due to poor field conditions as a result of heavy rain over the past several days. No makeup date with the Lightning has been announced at this time. More...
Freshman outfielder hit .500 over five games
Skyline Conference3/29/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent freshman outfielder Kevin Coogan (Bronx, N.Y.) was named the Skyline Conference Baseball Rookie of the Week it was announced on Monday evening. It marks the first time in Coogan’s career he has been honored by the league and the third time this season a Mount Saint Vincent player has been recognized. More...
Blackford’s RBI double wins game one in the ninth
Joe Blackford3/28/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team split a tightly contested doubleheader with Mount Saint Mary on Sunday afternoon. The Dolphins rallied for a 11-10 win in the opener and then fell 3-2 in a pitcher’s duel in game two. Senior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) earned the win on the mound after delivering the game winning run in the ninth inning of game one. More...
Coogan totals four hits on the day
James Labartino3/27/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a Skyline Conference doubleheader at Old Westbury on Saturday afternoon. The Dolphins were downed in game one by a score of 7-1, before falling in the second game 8-5. Freshman Kevin Coogan (Bronx, N.Y.) continued to swing a hot bat for the Dolphins, collecting two hits in each game for the Mount. More...
Puma hurls eight strong innings, Ruzzo records four hits
James Labartino3/25/2010 - Freshman left hander James Puma (Thornwood, N.Y.) hurled 8.0 strong innings and sophomore Mike Ruzzo (Bronx, N.Y.) collected four hits as the Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team routed Baruch 12-1 on Thursday night. The win is the Mount’s third straight and fifth in its last six games. More...
Junior catcher hit .450 in seven games last week
John McManus3/23/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior catcher John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week it was announced by the league office on Monday evening. Monday’s honor marks the first weekly award for McManus in his career. More...
Mongelli works seven innings in game one win
Anthony Mongelli3/21/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team opened its Skyline Conference schedule on Sunday with a sweep of conference rival Purchase. The Dolphins downed Purchase in game one 8-3 before clipping the Panthers 3-2 in the back end of the set to complete the sweep. John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) went 3-for-4 in the opener and drove in a pair of runs. More...
Blackford collects four total hits, drives in three runs over set
Joe Blackford3/20/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team split a non-conference doubleheader on Saturday with the College of Staten Island, winning the first game 6-2 and then falling in game two by a score of 11-4. Senior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) recorded a pair of hits in each game and drove in a pair in the game one win. More...
Dolphins will play two against CSI starting at 2:00 p.m.
Steve Macias3/19/2010 - Due to scheduling conflicts at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank, N.Y. the Baseball doubleheader between the College of Mount Saint Vincent and the College of Staten Island on Saturday, March 20 has been moved to the CSI Baseball Complex starting at 2:00 p.m. More...
Lucre collects three hits, drives in four runs
Anthony Masullo3/18/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team snapped a five game losing streak and ended its trip to Florida with a big 12-2 win over Bethany on Thursday morning. Four Dolphins recorded at least two hits in the contest, with sophomore Mike Lucre (Queens, N.Y.) collecting three to go along with four RBI. More...
Pope collects two hits, Coogan drives in a pair in game two
Mike Pope3/17/2010 - After downing Centenary in its first game in Florida, the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball squad dropped its third straight contest after being swept by #25 St. Scholastica on Monday. The Mount was shutout 10-0 in the opener and then fell to the Saints 11-5 in the backend of the twinbill. Junior Mike Pope (Massapequa, N.Y.) and sophomore Mike Ruzzo (Bronx, N.Y.) each collected two hits for the Dolphins in game two. More...
McManus connects on third career grand slam
John McManus3/11/2010 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior John McManus (Queens, N.Y.) drilled his third career grand slam to put the Dolphins in front 5-4 late in its game against Western Connecticut on Thursday, but the Colonials scratched out a pair of runs in the eighth inning to escape with a 6-5 win. McManus finished the day with a pair of hits for the Mount and a run scored. More...
Senior infielder hit .500 in four games for the Mount
Skyline Conference3/8/2010 - In the first weekly report of the season, College of Mount Saint Vincent senior baseball player Mike Ruckdaschel (East Meadow, N.Y.) has been named the Skyline Conference Player of the Week it was announced on Monday evening. More...
John McManus drives in six runs in game two victory
John McManus3/8/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team evened its overall record on Sunday afternoon with a doubleheader sweep of St. Joseph’s-Brooklyn at Baseball Heaven. The Dolphins came from behind to pick up a 15-14 extra inning win in game one and then powered past the Bears 21-5 to complete the sweep in game two. Junior captain John McManus knocked in six runs for the Mount in the second game. More...
Ruckdaschel connects on first home run in game one
John McManus3/7/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a hard fought doubleheader to #18 Cortland on Saturday afternoon at Baseball Heaven. The Red Dragons picked up a come from behind 9-5 win in the opener before shutting the Dolphins out 4-0 in game two. Senior Mike Ruckdaschel (East Meadow, N.Y.) went 2-4 in game one with three RBI for the Dolphins. More...
Dolphins set to host Cortland Saturday afternoon
Joe Blackford3/3/2010 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team’s 2010 season opener at #3 Kean has been postponed due to inclement weather. No makeup date has been announced at this time. More...
Junior broke single season RBI record with 47
Joe Blackford5/19/2009 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior baseball player Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) has been named an ABCA/Rawlings Third Team All New York Region selection it was announced late Monday. Blackford was third on the team with a .372 batting average and also recorded five saves for the Mount. More...
Cuozzo posts .957 fielding percentage 93 total chances
Josh Cuozzo5/19/2009 - A pair of College of Mount Saint Vincent senior baseball players were recognized with ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Awards it was announced late Monday night. Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, N.Y.) earned the honor for the New York Region at third base, while classmate Mike Ruckdaschel (East Meadow, N.Y.) took the award for the shortstops in the region. More...
Pope, Blackford record two hits each for the Dolphins
Mike Pope5/7/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team had its 2009 season come to an end on Wednesday night with a heartbreaking 4-3 loss at Stevens in 10 innings in the opening round of the ECAC Metro Division Tournament. Anthony Mongelli (Flushing, N.Y.) worked 6.0 strong innings for the fifth seeded Dolphins, while Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) and Mike Pope (Massapequa, N.Y.) each collected a pair of base hits. More...
Dolphins travel to Stevens on Wednesday night
ECAC Baseball5/4/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team will make its second straight ECAC Tournament when it travels to Stevens for the First Round of the 2009 ECAC Division III Metro Tournament on Wednesday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m.. The winner of the first round contest will move on to tangle with top-seeded Rutgers-Newark on Friday afternoon. More...
Blackford named First Team All-League, Triolo Second Team
Joe Blackford5/4/2009 - Two College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball players were named All-Skyline Conference it was announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. Junior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) was named First Team All-Skyline Conference and Nick Triolo (Homer, N.Y.) has earned Second Team All-Skyline Conference honors. More...
Blackford drives in two runs against Farmingdale St.
Joe Blackford5/4/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was eliminated from the double elimination Skyline Conference Tournament on Saturday following a 13-2 loss to top-seeded Farmingdale St. on Friday afternoon and an 8-3 defeat at the hands of second seeded Old Westbury on Saturday. Junior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) drove in a pair of runs in the Friday contest and senior Corey Kirsh (East Medeaow, N.Y.) fired 7.1 innings against Old Westbury on Saturday. More...
Sophomore’s first career home run wins game in bottom of eleventh
John McManus4/29/2009 - Sophomore John McManus’ (Bayside, N.Y.) first career home run was a grand slam in the bottom of the eleventh of the opening round of the Skyline Conference Tournament that sent the Dolphins to a 12-8 win over Mount Saint Mary on Wednesday evening. McManus finished the game with three of the Dolphins’ 19 hits and drove in five runs. More...
Triolo goes 4-5 with five RBI in game one
Nick Triolo4/27/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team closed out its conference schedule on Saturday afternoon with a doubleheader sweep at Maritime. The Dolphins won game one by a score of 11-5 and then completed the sweep with a 16-4 win in the second game. Senior Nick Triolo (Homer, N.Y.) had a strong day for the Dolphins, combining to go 5-7 with five runs scored and nine RBI over the two games. More...
Dolphins travel to Maritime on Saturday
Mount Saint Vincent Athletics4/22/2009 - Due to the threat of rain in the area and poor field conditions, the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball game at New Jersey City University scheduled for April 22 at 3:30 p.m. has been postponed. No make up date has been announced at this time. More...
Labartino scores six runs over the two games
James Labartino4/20/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team picked up an important Skyline Conference doubleheader sweep on Sunday afternoon at Mount Saint Mary. The Dolphins won game one 11-8 before taking game two 11-10 in nine innings. Sophomore James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) collected six hits over the two games, including four in game one More...
Pope, Triolo each drive in three runs in game one
Nick Triolo4/18/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a Skyline Conference doubleheader to St. Joseph’s-LI on Saturday afternoon at Maritime. The Golden Eagles won the first game 12-7 and then finished off the sweep with a 10-6 game two victory. The sweep gives Mount Saint Vincent a three game losing streak and drops it to 14-12 overall and to 7-5 in league play. More...
Blackford homers, drives in three
Joe Blackford4/16/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team, in action for the first time in over a week due to poor weather and field conditions, was defeated at Division II Mercy on Thursday afternoon by a score of 6-4. Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) connected on his second home run of the season and drove in three of the Mount Saint Vincent runs. More...
Cuozzo goes 4-4 with two RBI
Josh Cuozzo4/9/2009 - Senior Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, N.Y.) went 4-4 with a pair of RBI as the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team cruised past CCNY on Wednesday at KeySpan Park by a score of 14-2. The Dolphins picked up 13 hits in the contest and got a strong outing from freshman starter Christopher Batista (Bronx, N.Y.) who allowed just one earned run. More...
Dolphins host CCNY Wednesday afternoon
Mike Pope4/7/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team’s game at John Jay scheduled for 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7 has been postponed due to unplayable field conditions. No makeup date has been announced at this time. More...
Blackford knocks in three in game two victory
Josh Cuozzo4/6/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball squad picked up a doubleheader sweep at Skyline Preseason favorite Farmingdale St. on Sunday afternoon. The Dolphins were bested in the opener 5-1 by the Rams but rebounded for an 8-6 triumph in game two. Junior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) knocked in three runs for the Mount in the win and Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, N.Y.) collected a pair of hits. More...
McManus drives in three runs in game one win
Joe Blackford4/4/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team split a non-conference doubleheader at the College of Staten Island on Saturday afternoon. The Dolphins extended their winning streak to eight games with a 6-5 game one victory before falling in the backend 11-6. Sophomore John McManus (Bayside, N.Y.) drove in three runs in the game one win, while James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) and Brendan Russo (Westbury, N.Y.) picked up two hits each in game two. More...
The Mount gets a pair of strong starting pitching performances
John McManus4/1/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team improved its season-long winning streak to seven games on Wednesday with a doubleheader sweep of Yeshiva. The Dolphins took game one of the set 4-0 and completed the sweep with a 6-2 victory in game two. The Mount got a pair of solid starting pitching performances, as Christopher Batista (Bronx, N.Y.) fired six shutout innings in game one, while Matt Calandrillo (Cold Spring, N.Y.) worked 7.0 innings in game two. More...
Mongelli fires six shutout innings in win
Joe Blackford3/31/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team scored 11 runs over the first five innings and held on for an 11-6 non-conference win over Lehman on Tuesday afternoon. Freshman right-hander Anthony Mongelli (Flushing, N.Y.) worked 6.0 shutout innings in the win and James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) scored four runs. More...
Kirsh, Trainor each fire complete games
Mike Trainor3/30/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team ran its league winning streak to four games with a doubleheader sweep of Purchase on Sunday afternoon. The Mount took the first game 11-4 and completed the sweep with a 7-3 triumph in game two. Senior Corey Kirsh (East Meadow, N.Y.) fired a nine inning complete game in the first contest and sophomore Mike Trainor (Patterson, N.Y.) worked a seven inning complete game in game two. More...
Dolphins take on Purchase Sunday afternoon
Steve Macias 3/25/2009 - The baseball game scheduled for this afternoon between the College of Mount Saint Vincent and #17 Cortland State has been postponed. The tentative makeup for the contest has been scheduled for Sunday, April 26. More...
Team sets three offensive single game program records on Sunday
James Labartino3/23/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team posted a historic doubleheader sweep at Polytechnic on Sunday afternoon. In a 35-7 game one victory the Dolphins set program records for runs scored, hits and RBI in a single game. The Mount completed the sweep of the league twinbill by posting a 5-1 win in game two in which Matt Calandrillo (Cold Spring, N.Y.) picked up his first career win on the mound. More...
Corey Kirsh fires complete game in opener
Nick Triolo3/21/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was edged twice by Old Westbury on Saturday. The Dolphins were downed in a tough 1-0 contest in the opener and then fell 5-3 in the second game of the set. Senior Corey Kirsh (East Meadow, N.Y.) fired a complete game in the first contest, while Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, N.Y.) drove in two of the Mount’s three runs in the back end of the doubleheader. More...
McManus goes 4-4 with two RBI
John McManus3/18/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was defeated by Bethany (W Va.) on Wednesday afternoon by a score of 18-10. The game featured 38 hits, with six Dolphins collecting at least two safeties. John McManus (Bayside, N.Y.) went 4-4 in the contest and drove in a pair of runs for the Mount. More...
Junior hit .583 over four games last week
Joe Blackford3/17/2009 - College of Mount Saint Vincent junior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week it was announced on Monday evening. Blackford helped the Dolphins to a 2-2 week, including a doubleheader sweep of Westminster (Pa.) in Ft. Pierce, Florida on Sunday. More...
Blackford goes 3-3 in game two, records save in opener
Joe Blackford3/16/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team got into the win column for the first time in 2009 on Sunday afternoon with a doubleheader sweep of Westminster (Pa.). Mike Ruckdaschel (East Meadow, N.Y.) went 3-4 in a 6-5 come-from-behind win in the opener and Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) went 3-3 with three RBI in game two. More...
Blackford goes 2-3 with an RBI
Joe Blackford3/11/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent strung together a pair of late inning rallies, but fell at #4 Kean on Wednesday afternoon. Junior Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, N.J.) collected two of the Dolphins four hits, including a triple to leadoff the ninth inning. More...
Ruckdaschel connects on three-run home run
Steve Macias3/10/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was dealt a 14-3 defeat on Wednesday afternoon by Western Connecticut in its home opener. The Dolphins collected just four hits for the second straight game, but Mike Ruckdaschel (East Meadow, N.Y.) connected on a three-run home run for the Dolphins. More...
Labartino collects a pair of hits
James Labartino3/9/2009 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team opened the 2009 season with a 7-3 road loss at Stevens on Sunday afternoon. Sophomore James Labartino (Holbrook, N.Y.) collected two of the Dolphins four hits in the game. More...
Dolphins open 2009 campaign on Sunday at Stevens
Mike Pope3/5/2009 - Coming off its first appearance in both the Skyline Conference Tournament and the ECAC Metro Tournament in 2008, the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team has been picked fourth in the Skyline Preseason Coaches’ Poll it was announced on Thursday afternoon. The Mount received 43 votes in the poll voted on by the league’s nine head coaches. More...
Dolphins travel to Stevens on March 8
Mount Saint Vincent Baseball3/3/2009 - Due to the snowstorm that passed through the area late Sunday through Monday the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team’s season opener at #4/4 Kean scheduled for Wednesday afternoon has been postponed. No makeup date has been announced at this time. More...
Dolphins to play six games in four days in Fort Pierce, Florida
Mike Trainor1/21/2009 - College of Mount Saint Vincent Director of Athletics and Head Baseball Coach Steve Macias has announced the program’s schedule and game times for its spring break trip to Fort Pierce, Florida. The Dolphins will play six games over four days, starting with a doubleheader against Westminster on March 15. More...
Season opens March 4 at Kean
Steve Macias1/8/2009 - College of Mount Saint Vincent Director of Athletics and Head Baseball Coach Steve Macias announced his 2009 Baseball schedule on Thursday morning. The slate features a trip to Fort Pierce, Florida, 18 Skyline Conference games, a date with Division II Mercy College and the season opener at Division III National Power Kean. More...
Strub fires 7.0 innings, Zach Munroe, Labartino record hits for the Dolphins
Ryan Strub5/12/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team’s season came to a close on Saturday with a 5-0 loss at Richard Stockton in the ECAC Metro Division Tournament. Senior Ryan Strub (Bohemia, NY) fired 7.0 strong innings for the Mount, while Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) and James Labartino (Hobrook, NY) recorded the only base hits for the Dolphins. More...
Schor records 12th double of the season; drives in two runs for the Dolphins
Al Schor5/8/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a tough 4-3 decision at Ramapo on Wednesday afternoon in the first round of the ECAC Division III Metro Tournament. Senior Al Schor (Norwalk, CT) drove in a pair of runs for the Mount and Corey Kirsh (East Meadow, NY) worked 7.1 effective innings for the Dolphins. More...
Baseball travels to Ramapo, Softball to Baruch
ECAC5/7/2008 - A pair of Mount Saint Vincent athletic teams will compete in their respective ECAC Division III Metro Division Tournaments on Wednesday. Baseball will open play as the third seed and travel to second seeded Ramapo, while the fifth seeded softball team will take on fourth seeded Baruch at the College of Staten Island. More...
Senior fired complete game shutout on Sunday at Farmingdale State
Skyline Conference5/6/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent senior pitcher Jon O’Leary (Bohemia, NY) has been named Skyline Conference Pitcher of the Week it was announced on Tuesday afternoon. O’Leary helped Mount Saint Vincent to the league championship round by going 2-0 with a shutout in the Skyline Conference Tournament. More...
Tanner and Zach Munroe named First Team, Pope and Joe Blackford named Second Team
Michael Pope5/5/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent freshman Michael Pope (Massapequa, NY) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Rookie of the Year it was announced on Monday afternoon. Three other Dolphins received all-league recognition, as Tanner and Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) were named All-Skyline Conference First Team and Pope and Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) were named Second Team All-Skyline Conference. More...
Park drives in game winning run in game one on bases loaded HBP
Tanner Munroe5/4/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team forced the play back game in the Skyline Conference Tournament on Sunday afternoon, but was downed in the second game by Farmingdale State for the Skyline Championship. The Dolphins forced the second game with a 1-0 win in the game one, but were downed by the Rams 8-4 in the second game. Senior Eddie Park (East Meadow, NY) drove in the game winner after being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. More...
Mount Saint Vincent downs Mount Saint Mary, St. Joseph’s (LI)
John McManus5/4/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team advanced to its first ever Skyline Conference Championship Round on Saturday with a 14-12 win over Mount Saint Mary and a 10-0 triumph over St. Joseph’s (LI). Freshman John McManus (Bayside, NY) led the offensive attack against the Mount Saint Mary with four hits and five RBI. More...
Dolphins will take on Mount Saint Mary on Saturday
Tanner Munroe5/3/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was defeated by St. Joseph’s (LI) on Friday night in the Skyline Conference Baseball Tournament by a score of 5-2. The Dolphins out hit the Golden Eagles 10-8 in the game, but made four miscues leading to three unearned runs. Tanner Munroe (Milford, CT) led the Mount offensive attack with three hits in the contest. More...
Five Dolphins drive in at least two runs
Michael Pope4/30/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team earned its first ever Skyline Conference Tournament win on Wednesday with a convincing 23-2 win over Polytechnic. Five Dolphins had multi-RBI games on Wednesday, with Tanner Munroe (Milford, CT) driving in four runs. Jon O’Leary (Bohemia, NY) earned the win after firing six strong innings. More...
Labartino drives in game winning run in 10th inning in game one
Al Schor4/26/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team swept a Skyline Conference doubleheader on Saturday afternoon from Mount Saint Mary. The Dolphins nipped the Blue Knights in game one in 10 innings by a 2-1 score, before topping Mount Saint Mary 9-7 in game two. James Labartino (Holbrook, NY) drove in the game winning run in the opener, while senior Tanner Munroe (Milford, CT) drove out a three-run home run in game two to send Mount Saint Vincent to the sweep. More...
Dolphins set program record for wins in a season with 4-2 victory
Joe Blackford4/23/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team set a program record for wins in a season on Wednesday with a 4-2 win over Baruch. The win gives the Mount 17 victories this season and eclipses the previous mark for wins of 16 set in 2006. Nick Triolo (Homer, NY) fired eight strong innings in the win, while Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, NY) finished with two hits and a pair of RBI. More...
Mauzy, Blackford, Labartino all collect two hits
Logan Mauzy4/23/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team fell on the road at Centenary on Tuesday afternoon by a score of 8-4. Three Dolphins collected two hits each in the game, with Logan Mauzy (Homer, NY) going 2-5 with a home run. Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) and James Labartino (Holbrook, NY) also finished with two hits apiece. More...
Freshman hit .400 last week for the Mount
Michael Pope4/22/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent freshman Michael Pope (Massapequa, NY) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Rookie of the Week it was announced on Monday evening. This marks the first time in his career Pope has been honored and the fourth time this season a member of the Dolphins has been recognized with a weekly award. More...
Dolphins pound out 30 hits over two games
Eddie Park4/21/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team swept a Skyline Conference doubleheader at Purchase on Sunday afternoon by scores of 17-8 and 9-4. The sweep gives Mount Saint Vincent its third straight win and its 10th win in 11 games. Eddie Park (East Meadow, NY) had a big day for the Dolphins, going 6-10 with five runs and four RBI in the set. More...
Triolo picks up game-winning RBI in the tenth inning
Nick Triolo4/20/2008 - Junior Nick Triolo (Homer, NY) drove in the game winning run with a bases loaded walk and the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team edged Stevens 2-1 on Saturday afternoon. Tanner Munroe (Milford, CT) led the offensive charge with three hits and an RBI in the game. More...
Mauzy, Canzano finish game one with four hits each
Logan Mauzy4/16/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team split a Skyline Conference doubleheader with Polytechnic on Wednesday afternoon at Westchester Community College. The Dolphins pounded out 18 hits in a 20-12 game one win, but fell to the Fighting Blue Jays by a count of 8-6 in the tail end of the set. Logan Mauzy (Homer, NY) and Nick Canzano (Farmington, NY) each finished game one with four hits. More...
Pope, McManus collect three hits apiece
John McManus4/16/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team won its sixth straight game on Tuesday with an 8-5 come from behind win at Lehman. A pair of freshman led the way for Mount Saint Vincent, as Michael Pope (Massapequa, NY) and John McManus (Bayside, NY) each collected three hits. More...
Dolphins host Polytechnic on Sunday afternoon
Mike Trainor4/11/2008 - Mount Saint Vincent’s game scheduled for Friday afternoon at #5 Cortland State has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The forecast in and around the area of Cortland, NY is calling for heavy rain throughout the day. More...
Dolphins score 22 runs on 21 hits in victory
Nick Canzano4/10/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team completed its sweep of Yeshiva on Wednesday night with a 22-0 win over the Maccabees. Mount Saint Vincent tied the program record for runs in a game on Wednesday. The Dolphins also posted 22 runs in a game on March 4, 2006 against Gallaudet. The Mount had 11 players record at least one hit in the contest, with Miguel Montano (Brooklyn, NY) leading the way with four. More...
Zach Munroe drives in four, Pope goes 3-4
Michael Pope4/9/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball ran its winning streak to four games on Tuesday night with a 13-8 win at Yeshiva. Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) continued to swing a hot bat for the Dolphins, as he went 3-5 with four RBI and freshman Michael Pope (Massapequa, NY) went 3-4 with a pair of runs. More...
Senior hit .429 over five games, went 1-0 on the mound
Zach Munroe4/8/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent senior Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week it was announced Monday evening. Munroe hit .429 and went 1-0 on the mound for the Dolphins, who posted a 4-1 record in five games. More...
Senior starter fires complete game, strikes out five
Ryan Strub4/6/2008 - Senior Ryan Strub (Bohemia, NY) fired a three-hit shutout in game one of a doubleheader as the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team swept Maritime on Sunday afternoon by scores of 10-0 and 10-1. The Dolphins’ offense supported Strub with 10 runs on 14 hits in game one. Brendan Russo (Westbury, NY) led the way by going 3-4 with a run scored and four RBI. In game two the offensive attack was led by Nick Triolo (Homer, NY) and Vito Cataldo (Wantagh, NY) who each finished with a pair of hits. More...
Cuozzo goes 3-3 in game two win
Josh Cuozzo4/6/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team split a Skyline Doubleheader at Old Westbury on Saturday night. The Dolphins were downed 11-1 in the first game, before rebounding for a 7-3 win in game two. Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, NY) went 3-3 with a run scored in the game two win. More...
Dolphins play at Old Westbury at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.
Steve Macias4/4/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball program has announced time changes for its doubleheader on Saturday, April 5 at Old Westbury. The games scheduled for 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. have been moved and will now start at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. due to inclement weather in the area. More...
Zach Munroe drives in five runs for the Dolphins
Zach Munroe4/3/2008 - Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) drove in five runs on a double and his first home run of the season to lead the College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team past Mitchell on Wednesday 15-12. The Dolphins scored 12 runs in the second inning and had three players record two hits in the contest. The game was called after six innings due to darkness. More...
Dolphins will travel to Mitchell tomorrow for non-league contest
4/1/2008 - The Baseball game scheduled for Tuesday, April 1 at Manhattanville has been postponed due to inclement weather in the area. The two teams will work to reschedule the game at a later date. Check back for details as they become available More...
Blackford, Triolo record a pair of hits each in game one
Joe Blackford3/30/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team was swept in a Skyline Conference doubleheader against Farmingdale State on Sunday by scores of 6-3 and 9-2. Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) and Nick Triolo (Homer, NY) each went 2-4 in game one, while James Labartino (Holbrook, NY) knocked in a run for the Dolphins in game two. More...
Schor goes 4-4 with five RBI in game two win
Zach Munroe3/29/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team opened its Skyline Conference schedule with a doubleheader split at St. Joseph’s (LI) on Saturday afternoon. The Dolphins dropped game one 12-8 before rebounding for a convincing 18-8 win in the second game. Al Schor (Norwalk, CT) collected five hits over the two games, including going 4-4 with a home run in the game two win. More...
Mauzy collects two hits, Schor two RBI
Logan Mauzy3/28/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a 10-3 decision at Western Connecticut (7-8) on Thursday afternoon in a non-conference contest. Senior Logan Mauzy (Homer, NY) recorded two of the Mount’s seven hits as he went a perfect 2-2 on the afternoon. Al Schor (Norwalk, CT) went 1-4 in the contest and drove in a pair of runs for the Dolphins. More...
Canzano collects three hits in game two
Nick Canzano3/25/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team dropped a doubleheader at New Jersey City University on Monday afternoon by scores of 3-2 and 13-6. Anthony Palandro (Westbury, NY) pitched five strong innings in the opener and Josh Cuozzo (Westbury, NY) went 2-3, while Nick Canzano (Farmington, NY) went 3-4 with a run and an RBI in the second game of the set. More...
Schor goes 4-4 with 2 RBI in game one
Eddie Park3/19/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team closed out its Florida trip with a doubleheader loss to Westminster (PA) on Tuesday afternoon. The Dolphins were downed in a pair of heartbreakers by scores of 9-8 in game one and 10-8 in game two. Westminster won both ends of the doubleheader in its final at-bat. Al Schor (Norwalk, CT) paced the Mount in game one, going 4-4 with a pair of RBI. More...
Sophomore went 6-9 last week at the plate
Skyline Conference3/18/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent sophomore Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) has been named the Skyline Conference Baseball Player of the Week it was announced on Tuesday afternoon. This marks the second weekly honor for a Mount player through the season’s first two weekly reports. More...
Labartino goes 3-5, drives in two
James Labartino3/18/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team won its third straight game with a 9-7 victory of Carleton on Monday night in Ft. Pierce, Florida. Freshman James Labartino (Holbrook, NY) was one of four players to record at least two hits, leading the Mount by going 3-5 with a run scored and a pair of runs batted in. More...
Zach Munroe drives in five in game two
Zach Munroe3/17/2008 - Steve Macias’ Baseball team swept a doubleheader from Utica on Sunday evening by scores of 6-1 and 15-1. Zach Munroe (Milford, CT) went 4-4 with five RBI in the second game as the Dolphins had four players drive in at least two runs. Sophomore Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) continued to swing a hot bat, collecting two hits in each game. More...
Blackford goes 2-3 for the Mount
Joe Blackford3/17/2008 - The College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team opened its Florida trip with a 9-1 loss to Penn St.-Behrend on Saturday morning. Sophomore Joe Blackford (Stewartsville, NJ) recorded two of the Mount’s five hits in the game. Anthony Palandro (Westbury, NY) took the loss for the Dolphins, but tossed five strong innings in his second appearance of the season. More...
Senior earned first win of the season against Mercy
Skyline Conference3/10/2008 - College of Mount Saint Vincent senior Anthony Palandro (Westbury, NY) has earned the first Skyline Conference Pitcher of the Week award it was announced Monday evening. The Dolphins opened the season with a doubleheader split against Mercy on March 1, with Palandro picking up the win. More...
Dolphins head to Fort Pierce, FL on March 13
Steve Macias3/5/2008 - Steve Macias’ College of Mount Saint Vincent Baseball team has been selected to finish fourth in the Skyline Conference Preseason Poll voted on by the league’s nine head coaches. The Dolphins received 43 points in the poll and are coming off a 2007 campaign that saw them finish 11-19 overall and 8-10 in the Skyline Conference. More...