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April 29, 2014 49 Spring Student-Athletes Honored As NEWMAC All-Academic Standouts Boston, MA --- WPI saw 49 student-athletes across five spring sports collect NEWMAC All-Academic honors, as announced by the conference office. WPI had three out their five teams reach double-digit selections led by Men’s Track and Field with 15, followed by Women’s Track and Field with 13 and Baseball with 12. With the 49 selections, WPI ranks second in the 10-member conference behind only MIT, which compiled 52. Learn more...

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April 29, 2014 | Seniors Star as Baseball Completes 2014 Season With Walk-Off Victory Waltham, MA --- WPI senior relief pitcher Sam Miraglia earned the win for second straight day as the WPI baseball team closed out the 2014 season with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Brandeis on a crisp afternoon in Waltham. The Judges tied the game in the top of the ninth, but the Engineers scored in the bottom of the frame for the win. DJ Ouelette led off with a pinch-hit single to center, and reached second when the ball was misplayed. A walk and a bunt single loaded the bases with nobody out, and Ouelette scored on a ball that was scorched to short by 1B Sean Greene. >>
April 28, 2014 | Early Hitting and Bullpen Spark Baseball to Road Win at Fitchburg State Fitchburg, MA --- The WPI baseball team went on the road Monday afternoon and defeated Fitchburg State 8-4 in non-conference action at Riccards Field. With the victory, WPI improves to 17-15 on the season, while Fitchburg State dips to 22-16 on the year. The Engineers wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, touching for five runs in the first inning while David Trujillo added a third inning solo homer. For the Crimson and Gray Zach Blanchard led the way, hitting 3-for-3 with two runs scored and a pair of walks, >>
April 24, 2014 | Late Rally Not Enough for Baseball Against Babson in NEWMAC Tournament Babson Park, MA --- Junior Dillon Gonzalez and first-year Kevin Murphy combined for five hits, four runs scored, and five runs batted in to help fourth-seeded Babson College defeat fifth-seeded WPI, 11-7, in a NEWMAC baseball quarterfinal on Thursday afternoon at Govoni Field. Senior Brendan Walsh doubled three times and drove in three runs while sophomore Sean Greene also had three hits and scored twice for the Engineers. Junior Zach Blanchard had two hits and senior Sean Kelly had a double to go along with two runs scored and two RBI. >>
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. >>
April 18, 2014 | Wild Ninth Does in Baseball After Comeback at Springfield Springfield, MA --- The Springfield College baseball team walked off with a 3-2 win on a wild pitch to take a critical NEWMAC game over WPI on Berry-Allen Field Friday afternoon. The Engineers tied it up late with a run in the ninth. Sean Greene reached on a throwing error to start the inning. After advancing to third on a grounder to shortstop, he scored on a single by Zach Blanchard to left field to make it a 2-2 game. Springfield improves to 14-11 (8-7 NEWMAC) with the win while WPI drops to 16-12 (9-6 NEWMAC) with the loss. >>
April 17, 2014 | Pitching, Timely Hitting Key Baseball's 5-2 Victory Against MIT Cambridge, MA --- WPI took advantage of four MIT errors to score three unearned runs that proved to be the difference in a 5-2 NEWMACvbaseball win. Freshman Mike Duclos allowed two runs on five hits over six innings to pick up the win for WPI while junior K.J. Parent surrendered six hits and four runs, just one of which was earned, over six innings for MIT. There was no scoring over the first three innings as Duclos and Parent combined to allow just four hits in that span. WPI (16-11, 9-5 NEMWAC) scored first in the fourth when sophomore Vinny D’Ambrosio led off with a double down the line in left. >>
April 12, 2014 | Bullpen Strong Again as Baseball Splits Wild Road Twinbill at Coast Guard New London, CT --- WPI faced big early inning deficits twice Saturday in a NEWMAC doubleheader at Coast Guard, but rallied in both contests and took game one 8-7 before seeing the hosts rally themselves for two in the bottom of the ninth before winning on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 11th in the night cap to salvage a split.The Engineers rallied from a 6-0 deficit to win the opener and trailed in game two 5-0. WPI is now 15-11 overall and 8-5 in conference play while the Bears are 11-16 overall and 6-7 in the NEWMAC. Coast Guard sits in the fifth and final NEWMAC tournament spot with four games to play in the regular season. >>
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. >>
Final
4/29/14 - Baseball
3
WPI
2
Brandeis

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Final
4/28/14 - Baseball
8
WPI
4
Fitchburg State

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Final
4/24/14 - Baseball
7
WPI
11
Babson
NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinal
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Cancelled
4/23/14 - Baseball
WPI
Nichols
Cancelled

Final
4/19/14 - Baseball
4
Springfield
2
WPI

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