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April 19, 2014 Ouellette's and Feraco's Blasts Can’t Thwart Springfield Sweep of Baseball Worcester, MA --- Trailing WPI baseball in the NEWMAC standings coming into the weekend, Springfield completed a sweep of a three-game weekend series against the Engineers on Saturday at Worcester State, winning both games of a doubleheader, 5-3 and 4-2, led by hot-hitting senior catcher Sean Smith. The Engineers got solid starting pitching from Taylor Landry in game one and Mike Vaitkunas in the night cap while DJ Ouellette smashed a homer in the homer and Will Feraco belted a round tripper in game two. Learn more...

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April 11, 2014 | Greene and Miraglia Shine as Baseball Drops Opener to Coast Guard Worcester, MA --- WPI baseball staged a four-run rally in the seventh inning, but couldn’t come all they way back in a 7-4 home loss against NEWMAC foe Coast Guard. The Bears (10-15, 5-6) got hot early, putting up three runs in the first and holding on the rest of the way to send freshman Colton Cannon to his third win. WPI (14-10, 7-4 NEWMAC) will look to get back on top in the three-game weekend series when the two squads meet again Saturday down in New London, CT in a doubleheader starting at noon.WPI reliever Sam Miraglia entered in the fourth inning down 5-0, and pitched 5-1/3 innings, allowing just two unearned runs to keep the hosts in it. >>
April 9, 2014 | Defense Dooms Baseball in Loss at Crosstown Rival Worcester State Worcester, MA --- Junior Joe Perlak tossed six strong innings to earn his fourth victory over the season to help lead Worcester State to a 7-5 triumph over WPI in non-conference baseball action this afternoon at the Lyons Baseball Diamond.The Engineers (14-9) staked the early 2-0 edge on the back of a two-run homer by sophomore Sean Greene. The blast was his NEWMAC-best third of the campaign. WPI starts a three-game set with Coast Guard beginning with a 3:30 single game against the Bears on Friday. >>
April 8, 2014 | Baseball Toppled by MIT in Meeting of NEWMAC Tri-Leaders Worcester, MA --- WPI baseball trailed by nine through six innings before staging a late five-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning that came up shy in a 12-7 loss to NEWMAC rival MIT in a Tuesday game played at Assumption College. The matchup pitted against each other two of the three teams tied atop the NEWMAC standings headed into the day, with the Cambridge Engineers (11-6, 8-2) taking sole possession of first place over WPI (14-8, 7-3), and Wheaton (18-6, 7-2), which saw its game against Coast Guard postponed due to weather. Sean Greene was a steady force throughout the game for WPI, going 4 for 4. >>
April 7, 2014 | WPI Athletes of the Week #29 Track and Field's Liz Pellegrini and Softball's Caroline Medino as well as Baseball's Sean Greene were named WPI Student-Athletes of the Week. Pellegrini was a triple winner for WPI at the Engineers Cup as she captured the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 15:87 before winning the 400-meter hurdles with a 1:14.56 and medaled for a third time in the 4x400 relay. Medino made history in a non-conference match-up against Becker, twirling the first perfect game in nearly a decade for the Crimson and Gray in a 8-0 six-inning victory against the Hawks while Greene hit a blistering .476 during a 4-1 week for the Engineers. >>
April 6, 2014 | Teed, Duclos Snag Wins as Baseball Silences NEWMAC Newcomer Emerson Worcester, MA --- WPI baseball excelled at the plate and on the mound in a Sunday doubleheader at Clark’s Granger Field against NEWMAC newcomer Emerson College. The host Engineers (14-7, 7-2) scored 24 combined runs and didn’t allow an earned run as they swept the day, 13-2 and 11-0, with starters Craig Teed and Mike Duclos picking up the victories. Sean Greene hit a two-run homer in opener, while DJ Ouellette did the same in the nightcap. The Crimson and Gray now sit tied with Wheaton and MIT atop the NEWMAC leaderboard, while WPI is three games ahead in the west division. >>
April 5, 2014 | Greene, Petry Ignite Bats As Baseball Sweeps Conference Twinbill Worcester, MA --- WPI saw its offense erupt for 25 runs and 33 hits and the Engineers avenged a series opening loss on Friday to crosstown rival Clark University by sweeping Saturday’s doubleheader with the Cougars by scores of 14-7 and 11-4 in NEWMAC baseball action at Granger Field. Sean Greene was the catalyst for the WPI attack, going 6-for-10 on the day with five runs scored, five RBI, including his first collegiate homerun in game two. Not to be outdone, Steve Petry had a stellar day as well, collecting five hits in 11 at-bats and driving in five runs of his own. >>
April 4, 2014 | Baseball Falls 12-2 to start 3-game NEWMAC series against Clark Worcester, MA --- WPI surrendered four runs each in the fifth and seventh innings as the Clark pulled away for a 12-2 NEWMAC victory, playing as the road team at the Cougars’ Granger Turf Field in the first of a three-game weekend series. Clark moves to 5-14 and 2-5 in the NEWMAC, while the Crimson and Gray fall to 10-7 and 3-2. The two squads will resume back at Granger on Saturday for a doubleheader slated to begin at noon and run into the early evening hours. WPI’s Sean Kelly hit a one-out double in the first inning and then came around to tie it up at 1-1 off a Brendan Walsh single. >>
March 29, 2014 | Capuano, Young Arms Lead Baseball to NEWMAC Split with Babson Babson Park, MA --- Anthony Capuano drove in three runs and a trio of WPI rookie pitchers combined to allow just two runs over nine innings as the Engineers took the opener Saturday 4-2 in a NEWMAC baseball doubleheader against Babson. The Beavers earned a split as senior Matt Grenier tossed a complete-game six hitter and classmate Brendan Collins drove in a pair of runs as Babson took the night cap 7-0 at rain-soaked Govoni Field. Babson is now 6-6 overall and 4-1 in conference play, while WPI is 10-6 on the year and 3-1 in the NEWMAC. >>
March 25, 2014 | WPI Athletics Announces Postponements for Tuesday and Wednesday Worcester, MA --- Unplayable conditions have forced the postponement of three WPI athletic events scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. Baseball contests at Emerson on Tuesday and at Worcester State on Wednesday and softball’s home Wednesday doubleheader with Amherst have all been postponed with makeup dates to be announce shortly. >>
March 24, 2014 | WPI Athletes of the Week #27 Softball's Lauren DiFelice and Baseball's Taylor Landry were named WPI Student-Athletes of the Week. DiFelice began the NEWMAC schedule by hitting .667 in a conference-opening twin bill at Wheaton while also also playing flawless defense at the hot corner, successfully handling all 12 chances (3 putouts and 9 nine assists). Landry continued his strong start to the 2014 season by earning the win as WPI capped a sweep of nationally-ranked Wheaton with a 7-3 victory as he scattered six hits over seven innings of while allowing two runs (one earned), issuing only two walks and striking out three batters. >>
Cancelled
4/23/14 - Baseball
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Nichols
Cancelled

Final
4/19/14 - Baseball
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Springfield
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4/19/14 - Baseball
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Box Score Recap

Final
4/18/14 - Baseball
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Springfield

Box Score Recap

Final
4/17/14 - Baseball
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MIT

Box Score Recap

3:30 PM
4/24/14 - Baseball
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Babson
NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinal
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12:00 PM
4/26/14 - Baseball
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TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal Game #1

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4/26/14 - Baseball
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TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal Game #2

12:00 PM
4/27/14 - Baseball
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TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal Game #3 (If Necessary)

3:30 PM
4/29/14 - Baseball
WPI
Brandeis
Makeup TBA from March 21st

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