Clark University head baseball coach J.P. Pyne, who spends his summers managing the Worcester Bravehearts of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, has been named head coach of the FCBL All-Star team that will face both the Japan Collegiate All-Stars and the USA Collegiate All-Stars.
For the first time in program history, Clark University baseball has an All-American. Star infielder Kyle Bonicki (Waterbury, Conn.) earned All-America selections from both the American Baseball Coaches Association and D3Baseball it was announced on Thursday.
After a dominating sophomore campaign, Clark University star hurler Cal Slepkow (Rehoboth, Mass.) has been named the 2017 Worcester Area Pitcher of the Year it was announced on Wednesday afternoon after a vote of the area Sports Information Directors.
After another record-breaking season, Clark University star infielder Kyle Bonicki (Waterbury, Conn.) has been named New England Player of the Year by D3Baseball.com it was announced on Tuesday afternoon by Managing Editor, Jim Dixon.
After a junior campaign that saw him dazzle in the field, at the plate and on the mound, Clark University star Teddy Downing (Cambridge, Mass.) has been named NEWMAC First-Team All-Conference it was announced on Monday by the league office.
For the second season in a row, Clark University star infielder Kyle Bonicki (Waterbury, Conn.) has been named New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) First-Team All-Conference it was announced by the league office on Monday.
Following a power-packed senior season, Clark University senior Adam Chochrek (Foxboro, Mass.) has been named New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Second-Team All-Conference it was announced by the league office on Monday.
Clark University sophomore ace Cal Slepkow (Rehoboth, Mass.) has been named the 2017 New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Pitcher of the Year and First-Team All-Conference it was announced on Monday by the league office.
Clark's historic baseball season came to an end on Friday afternoon as fifth-seeded MIT posted a 7-4 win over the fourth-seeded Cougars at Granger Diamond. The Cougars set a school record for wins in a season for the second straight season, finishing with a 26-13 record.
Worcester State smacked a season-best four homeruns, including two by Jake Ryan (Northbridge, Mass.) and the visiting Lancers powered past Clark 11-2 in non-league baseball action on a rainy Wednesday afternoon at Granger Diamond.
For the first time in his career, Clark University star utility man Teddy Downing (Cambridge, Mass.) has been named New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Player of the Week it was announced on Monday by the league office.
Keene State exacted a slight bit of revenge, scoring five runs in the seventh to register a 7-3 win over Clark University in non-league baseball action on Monday afternoon. The win for the Owls avenges a 4-3, ten-inning victory for the Cougars back on February 26.
Mike Tice threw seven shutout innings and Adam Chochrek drove in four runs as visiting Clark University beat Coast Guard 12-1 to clinch a berth in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) tournament in the final conference game of the season for both teams on Sunday afternoon.
Kyle Bonicki (Waterbury, Conn.) went 4-for-4 with four runs scored, becoming the school’s all-time hits leader as Clark University swept a crucial NEWMAC doubleheader from Coast Guard on Saturday afternoon.
Clark's first-year Callum Sawden (Old Lyme, Conn.) scattered four hits and struck out seven over seven shutout innings of work on the mound to lead Clark to a 3-0 non-league college baseball victory over Massachusetts Maritime Tuesday afternoon at Granger Diamond.
Clark University rebounded from Friday’s shutout loss by taking both ends of a doubleheader with Springfield College on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars won the opener 6-3 before rolling in the nightcap, 13-7, to win the NEWMAC West Division series between the two teams.
Springfield College broke open a close game late and the visiting Pride shutout Clark University, 7-0, in New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) West Division baseball action on Friday evening.
Kyle Bonicki (Waterbury, Conn.) blasted a go-ahead two-run homerun and Clark University reached the 20-win plateau for the first time in school history as they defeated Babson College 8-3 in New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference baseball action on Tuesday afternoon.
Cal Slepkow was masterful on the mound and Clark University banged out 12 hits enroute to their school record 19th win as the Cougars posted a 3-0 shutout over New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rival WPI on Saturday afternoon in the twinbill opener.
Clark University scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth and the host Cougars took game one of a three-game series with WPI, 8-5, in New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball action on Friday afternoon.
Wheaton had two big offensive innings and that proved to be enough as the host Lyons swept the season series with Clark University, knocking off the Cougars for the second time in less than a week, collecting a 9-3 win over the Scarlet and White on Wednesday afternoon.