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Awards / All-Decade teams
August 26, 2020, 11:43:56 AM
New England Region / Little East All-Program team
June 30, 2016, 02:07:35 PM
Any one want to take a swing at this while we wait for the 2017 season?   I would love to have the ECSU play the USM team.
Mid-Atlantic Region / NJAC All-program teams
June 30, 2016, 02:02:15 PM
Any one want to take a swing at this while we wait for the 2017 season? Kean's list should include a lot of recent grads while Montclair State should be dominated by the 90's teams.
Midwest Region / WIAC All-program teams
June 29, 2016, 03:41:09 PM
Any one want to take a swing at this while we wait for the 2017 season?  The Point, Whitewater, Oshkosh teams should be stacked.
Awards / 2000's All-Decade Baseball Team
October 02, 2010, 07:31:08 PM
On Monday October 11, will release the 2000 All-Decade team.  Our crack staff has been looking at players all summer and are finalizing the list now.

Who do you think should be included?
Awards / 2010 Player/Pitcher of the Year
April 28, 2010, 03:15:34 PM
Who are the leading candidates for the Player of the Year  in 2010?

Kevin Brashears, Shenandoah
Kelson Brown, Linfield
Kyle Eller, Huntingdon
Josh Fyffe, Penn St. Behrend
Evan Jones, Trinity (Texas)
Dave Kahn, Johns Hopkins
Brian Youchak, Johns Hopkins

who else?
Awards / BB: 2009 All American Teams
May 08, 2009, 03:44:48 PM
ESPN The Magazine
First-Team Academic All-District Honors
Historical/statistical archive / Perfect Games
March 29, 2009, 12:05:05 AM
Senior pitcher/outfielder John Lunardi from Exton, Pa. pitched a perfect game 1, literally, as Susquehanna swept visiting Drew , 9-0, 12-5, in a Landmark Conference doubleheader at Harold Bollinger Field on March 28. This was the fourteenth perfect game in D-III and the first since April 21, 2007 when Tim Kiely pitched a perfect game against the Tufts Jumbos.



I have to find my list of some others.  I am not sure I know about all 14 perfect games.
Awards / All-Region Teams
May 15, 2008, 07:08:31 PM
For Immediate Release
Thursday, May 15, 2008

Player of the Year: Chris Burleson, SS, Southern Maine
Pitcher of the Year: Tim Kiely, Trinity
Coach of the Year: Bill Decker, Trinity

DH – Nick Martinho, Jr., Suffolk
C – Sean Killeen, Jr., Trinity
1B – Kent Graham, So., Trinity
2B – Ryan Piacentini, Jr., Trinity
3B – Joe Rousseau, Sr., Keene St.
SS – Chris Burleson, Jr., Southern Maine
OF – David Vincent, Sr., Curry
OF – Jim Wood, So., Trinity
OF – Anthony D'Alfonso, Jr., Southern Maine
OF – Bobby Doyon, Fr., Keene St.
UT – Steve Ragonese, Sr., Tufts
UT – Chandler Barnard, Sr., Trinity
P – Tim Kiely, Sr., Trinity
P – Jeremiah Bayer, So., Trinity
P – Adam Gingras, Jr., Wheaton

2nd TEAM
DH – Travis Schwamb, Sr., Western New England
C – Alex Perry, So., Tufts
C – Jeff Lienek, So., Wheaton
1B – Nate Nelson, Sr., Worcester St.
2B – Matt Delaney, Sr., Babson
2B – Jamie Chevalier, Jr., Keene St.
3B – Ryan Gaffney, Jr., Southern Maine
SS – Luke Enman, Sr., St. Joseph's (ME)
OF – Steve Tahmoush, Sr., Babson
OF – Steve Smith, Sr., Bridgewater St.
OF – Jesse Bruinsma, So., Curry
OF – Scott McNee, Jr., WPI
UT – Greg Ford, Sr., Keene St.
P – Mike Regan, Sr., Trinity
P – Dan D'Elia, So., Suffolk
P – Jason Pizzoferrato, Jr., Western New England
P – Jamie Morin, Sr., Keene St.

3rd TEAM
DH – Shawn Gilblair, Jr., Eastern Connecticut
C – Neal Allar, Sr., Amherst
C – Matt Gardiner, Sr., Western Connecticut
1B – Mark Shimrock, Jr., Middlebury
1B – Alex Perry, Jr., Roger Williams
2B – Brad Polcare, Sr., Castleton St.
3B – Dan Conley, Fr., Castleton St.
3B – Kevin Simpson, Jr., Roger Williams
SS – Brad Jackson, Sr., Johnson & Wales
OF – Max Pinto, Sr., Williams
OF – Chris O'Connors, Jr., Rhode Island College
OF – Chris Newell, Jr., Western New England
OF – Bob Foote, Jr., Wheaton
OF - Jeff Perkins, Jr., Keene St.
UT – John Parke, So., Eastern Connecticut
P – Andrew Aizenstadt, Fr., Babson
P – Chris Wojick, So., Eastern Connecticut
P – Dan Benz, Jr., Williams
P – Martin Anderson, Sr., Bridgewater St.
Awards / BB: Candidates for All-American Teams
April 04, 2008, 10:38:39 AM
With the D-III stats now available on the web (see the NCAA Stats tab under News on the left rail at,  I am starting to think who is not just having a great start but with (in some cases) 30 games in, who is having a great season.

I listed the six players I saw the most often going through the stats in the latest D3says poll but almost half think I am missing someone.

Who do you think is putting together an All-American season?
Any D-III teams that played MLB teams

I have Edgewood vs NY Mets; UW-Whitewater vs Minn Twins, and St. Thomas vs Minn Twins. 

These schools played against the minor league players in the respective systems.  Anyone other D-III teams get a game vs professional competition?
Awards / BB: Player of the month
March 05, 2008, 11:23:46 AM
Who would you choose as player of the Month for February?
Awards / BB: Pre-season All-American Teams
January 17, 2008, 07:41:31 PM
2008 Preseason All-American Team

First Team       
C   Mike Zaccardo, Cortland State   
1B   Drew Hedman, Pomona-Pitzer   
2B    Ricky Angel, Illinois Wesleyan   
3B   Derek David, McMurry   
SS    Adam Frost, St. Norbert   
OF   Marc Blakeley, Augustana   
OF   Blake Eller, St. Scholastica   
OF   Hunter Owen, Millsaps   
DH   Brad Ketterer, Thomas More   
UTL   Kurt Yacko, Chapman   
P   Matt Aronson, Illinois Wesleyan   
P   Wayde Kitchens, Chapman   
P   Adam Samson, Wooster   

Second Team         
C   Matthew Pexa, St. Thomas   
1B   Brent Voorhees, McMurry   
2B   Joe Roth, Emory   
3B   Richard Gomez, CCNY   
SS   Jonas Fester, Johns Hopkins   
OF   Bryan Burke, Kean   
OF   Joey McDaniel, Ohio Wesleyan   
OF   Alex Weber-Shapiro, CMS
DH   Nate Nelson, Worcester State   
UTL   Shawn Gilblair, Eastern Conn.   
P   Robert Flanagan, Rhodes   
P   Aaron Saeubling, Wartburg   
P   Ahmed Shelton, Averett   
P   Anthony Trapuzzan, Wooster   

Honorable Mention: C: Brandon Sales, Pacific Lutheran; 1B:   Daniel Vanaman, Rhodes; 2B: Matt Stanziano, Pitt-Greensburg; 3B: Jack Walker, Concordia-Chicago; SS: Luke Enman, St. Joseph's (Me.); OF: Mitch Kuczek, Transylvania; OF: Michael Sims, LaGrange; P: Dan Remenowsky, Otterbein
Historical/statistical archive / Fantasy baseball 2008
January 14, 2008, 06:43:01 PM
Paul Heering suggested this last year 

Paul  Heering wrote:
my friends and I do a Masters pool for golf every year and you get too pick one guy from three different polls and their total score counts for you.  pool are the best guys, pool b are pretty good, and pool c is everyone else.

how about this?  each person picks 3 teams from any four regions, one from each pool.

Pool A--2007 NCAA playoff qualifiers
Pool B--Teams with a winning record last year but did not qualify for the playoffs
Pool C--Teams with a losing record last year

point system

Each win = 1 point
NCAA birth = 5 bonus points
NCAA regional win = 10 bonus points
National Championship = 50 bonus points

For example my entry last year:

Region:Pool A, Pool B, Pool C.
Mid Atlantic: Kean, William Paterson, Lebanon Valley College
South:  NC Wesleyan, Virginia Wesleyan, Averett
Midwest: St Thomas, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Beloit
West: Chapman, Cal State East Bay, La Verne

anybody interested?
Did you know:

College baseball officially began on July 1, 1859, in a game between
Williams and Amherst in western Massachusetts. In a high-scoring
contest, Amherst defeated Williams 66-32.
Awards / BB: Pitcher of the Year Candidates
November 07, 2007, 03:56:54 PM
Who stand the best chance of being the 2008 pitcher of the year?

Awards / BB: Player of the Year Candidates
October 24, 2007, 04:56:53 PM
Any thoughts who might make a splash in 2008 and come out as player of the year. 

I have a poll on but can only list 8 players.  Who did I leave off?  Who should have been left off?  I did not consider pitchers - leaving that for another day.