Nov. 8, 2015
October 15, 2016
vs. Boston University | 12:00 PM
October 15, 2016
vs. Boston University | 3:00 PM
October 22, 2016
@ Syracuse | 12:00 PM
September 15, 2016 - Club Baseball Tryouts
The Northeastern University Club Baseball Team will be holding tryouts for the upcoming 2016-2017 season on Saturday, September 17th at 2:10pm. Tryouts will be held at Parsons Field, 178 Kent St. Brookline MA. Vans will be transporting prospective players from Chicken Lou’s (50 Forsyth St.) TWO hours before tryouts begin at 12:10pm. Parsons Field is also accessible by taking the Green E line to Heath Street and walking to the field from there.
All prospective players must complete registration at Do Sports Easy prior to trying out. Please wear a numbered shirt if possible, and we will see you all there!
October 13, 2015 - Huskies take game 3, sweep series
Northeastern men’s club baseball wrapped up an electric three game series sweep of rival Boston College on Monday night at Jefferson Field with a 7-1 victory. The Huskies scored first and never looked back. Led by hits from Whittle, Hendy, and rookie Zach Astran, the Huskies took a 2-0 lead in the 4th. The Huskies tacked on five more runs throughout the game with more key hits coming from French, Carignan, and rookie sophomore Ryan Howe. Husky pitching remained strong, allowing only two hits all night. Middler Nick DelRe led the charge, tossing five scoreless innings and striking out five. Sophomore Joe Liddy held the Eagles in check over three innings, followed by a scoreless 9th inning from junior Steve “Big Tax” Coccio. The Huskies are now 3-0 to start the season, and will travel to Delaware for a three game series October 24 and 25.
October 12, 2015 - NU takes both games of the doubleheader
The men’s club baseball team travelled to Cleveland circle to play cross-town rival Boston College in their first doubleheader of the fall season. In game one, the Huskies rode crafty senior veteran, Phil Carignan, for 6 innings, holding the Eagles to only 5 hits and 3 earned runs while striking out 7. The Huskies did most of their damage in the 5th, scoring 7 of their 9 runs. Rookie, Luke Bakker, found the right-center field gap with the bases loaded, clearing the bases, knocking in 3 runs with one swing of the bat. Hits by Whittle, French, Concessi, Foley, Hendy, and Howe also contributed to the big inning. Huskies called the number of rookie Andrew Horowitz in the bottom of the 7th where he pitched a scoreless frame, striking out the side and closing the door on the Eagles. Huskies win game 1, 9-4.
In the latter game of the doubleheader, huskies called upon electric junior, Will Clark, to start on the mound. Game 2 was all about Clark as he threw a complete game no hitter walking only 2. Clark’s arsenal simply overpowered the BC lineup, leading to 8 strikeouts through 7 innings. The Huskies got on the board in the 2nd inning when sure-handed veteran, Phil Carignan, smashed a one-out single, with Jared Lowe singleing him in a few batters later. One run proved to be all the Huskies needed behind the spectacular pitching performance of Will Clark. Huskies win game 2, 1-0. The Huskies look to complete the 3 game sweep tonight at home, with the first pitch being thrown at Jefferson Field on Grotto Glen Road at 8PM.
October 1, 2015 - Williamsburg Fall Classic Cancelled
Due to the Hurricane, the tournament has been cancelled. Next up for the Huskies is a 3 game series vs. Boston College.
August 22, 2015 - Williamsburg Fall Classic
The Huskies will be traveling to Willamsburg VA on October 2nd to play in the first annual Williamsburg Fall Classic, hosted by the William and Mary Club Baseball team. This is a 6 team double elimination tournament guaranteed to be some exciting baseball. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.
May 7, 2015 - Playoff Brackets - Updated Saturday Times
May 3, 2015 - Huskies win the conference!
The Huskies took both games of the doubleheader today, 2-1, and 11-2 from Boston College. They will be the #2 seed in the upcoming Regional Tournament, where they will be facing off against Penn State University in the first game. Stay tuned for the details on the tournament, and keep an eye on the twitter feed!
April 27, 2015 - Huskies take 2 of 3 from the Minutemen
After dropping game 1 to UMasss, the Huskies stepped it up in games 2 and 3 and were able to take the series from the Minutemen. With these victories, all the Huskies need is 1 win next weekend @ Boston College to win the conference, and clinch a spot in the North Atlantic Regional Tournament.
April 20, 2015 - BU Series Recap
Northeastern Club Baseball played a three game series against cross town rival BU this past weekend. The Huskies started slow game 1 losing 7-4 despite Higgins going yard. The second game showed more late inning heroics coming from behind in the seventh with a walk off double by Beynor. The final score was 6-5 in the team's third walk off win of the year. That was the spark the Huskies needed because NU went on to mercy BU 12-1 in the final game, massing 11 hits in the five innings of play. This weekend the team travels to UMASS Amherst to fight to possibly clinch a spot in the Regional Playoffs.
April 16, 2015 - Huskies Drop Mid-Week Makeup
The Huskies dropped a sloppy game last night 13-9 to the cross town Eagles. This was the first of 3 make up games, with the next two scheduled for later in the month depending on weather. The Huskies will be taking on the Terriers this weekend, make sure to stay tuned!
April 13, 2015 - Huskies sweep the Huskies of UConn
Yesterday was the first real signs that Spring is actually on its way and Northeastern traveled to UCONN for a Sunday series. In perfect weather conditions the NU Huskies took all three games in close fought games winning 9-8, 6-4 and 1-0. Will Clark and Steve "Big Tax" Coccio combined for a 8 inning one hitter in the third game. Next games are against crosstown rivals BU this weekend.
April 8, 2015 - Huskies sweep the Danes
The season has arrived. The cold and very windy weekend didn't hold us back. The Huskies swept SUNY Albany in their first three game series of spring, winning the first two games off walk off hits 6-5, and 4-3 respectively. Game three started strong with 10 first inning runs and ended with a 12-5 NU win. Next weekend we travel to Storrs to take on the other Huskies of UCONN.
January 17, 2015 - Huskies are heading to Tampa
After unfortunate weather last fall, and more likely this spring, the Huskies were granted approval from the school to return to Tampa, Florida for the NCBA Spring Training Showcase. The schedule will be released in the next month or so, where the Huskies will be competing against teams from all across the country.
October 30, 2014 - BU Series Preview
The Huskies look to close the fall 2014 season out this weekend against another cross-town rival, Boston University. The three games will be played starting at 11AM at Holten Richmond Middle School in Danvers, MA, a double header on Saturday and a single game on Sunday. Get ready for some November baseball!
October 27, 2014 - Sweep of Syracuse
The Huskies swept the Syracuse Orange in the two 9 innings games played last weekend scoring double digits runs in both, 14-9 and 10-2. The first game quickly went in Northeastern's favor with six first inning runs. Ryan Hess hit the first home run of the year that helped seal the win for the team. The second game the Huskies rallied mostly in the extremes, scoring 4 first inning runs and 6 in the 8th. Will Clark pitched a gem going six strong innings striking out 5 and only allowing 2 runs.
October 5, 2014 - Opening Day of the Fall Season
The Huskies took to the field October 5th for the first time this fall playing the Boston College Eagles. Ultimately the game would be cut short after the fifth inning because of unrelenting sprinklers.
For the innings played the team showed no signs of rust. Jason Hendy broke the ice with a first inning lead-off double and a run. He would add to that in the next inning with an RBI sac fly. It was a big fourth inning for the Huskies scoring 5 runs on 4 hits with doubles by Andrew Preite and Dennis Beynor. On the other side of the ball, Phil Carignan struck out 8 and surrenders only 1 run giving the Huskies the victory 7-1.