May 5, 2013
May 17rd, 2013
vs. Stephen F. Austin | 1:10pm
May 18th, 2013
TBD | TBD
May 15, 2013 - Huskies Leave for Paducah
After a week and a half of practices, the Huskies will be departing tonight for the DII World Series in Paducah KY. The Huskies' first game will be at 1:10pm (CST) on Friday, May 17, where they will be playing Stephen F. Austin University out of Distrct VII.
May 6, 2013 - Huskies are heading to Paducah
Wow, what a weekend. After loosing an error plagued game 1 to St. Joseph's, the Huskies needed to win 4 in a row.
Later on Saturday, the Huskies played in another elimination game vs. St. Joseph's. The Huskies had some more late game heroics, with Jason Hendy coming up huge again with a game winning single in the seventh.
This all lead up to a re-match against Hofstra Unviersity from last year's regionals. The Huskies came out hot by scoring 7 runs in the first 3 innings, but soon cooled off. Strong pitching kept the lead for the Huskies, and they took the first game 7-5.
The final game of the weekend started out by the Huskies falling behind, but then coming back to take the lead in the mid innings. Ryan Hess then came in and kept the Pride's bats quiet for the rest of the game, securing the Disctrict II Title for the Huskies.
April 29, 2013 - District II Tournament Seedings
The Huskies will be the 2nd seed in the tournament this coming weekend in Warwick, RI. They will be facing off against the District II South Champion in St. Joseph's University out of Philadelphia, PA. First pitch will be at 7:00pm at Mickey Stevens Ballfield.
April 22, 2013 - Huskies Clinch District II North
After dropping game 1 to Sacred Heart, the Huskies' bats woke up for game 2, behind another great pitching performance by Phil Carignan. Game 3 was a nail-biter, but the Huskies' pitching staff (Jared Scholand, Jason Hendy, and Ryan Hess) held Sacred Heart to 4 hits and 1 run over 7 innings. This is the 4th straight conference title for the Huskies, who are looking to earn their first bid to the World Series since 2010.
April 15, 2013 - Huskies Sweep SUNY - New Paltz Recap
After a slow start to game one, the huskies were able to come back and take game 1, 7-6. The Huskies then cruised through the next 2 games and were able to sweep the series. Next week they will be playing Sacred Heart for the District II North title.
April 9, 2013 - Montclair Recap
After a tough game 1 loss, the Huskies' bats came alive in games 2 and 3 to take the doubleheader, and the series from Montclair state. In game three, Phil Carignan tossed a 3 hit shutout to secure the series for the huskies. This coming weekend the huskies will be playing an away series in Boston vs. SUNY - New Paltz.
March 9, 2013 - Spring Training Recap
The Huskies will head back to Boston today after having a sucessful week down in Florida. The Huskies were able to get some much needed on field practice, as well as playing 4 non-conference games. They were able to win all 4 games, which will definitely be a confidence boost heading into the spring season. The Huskies will be playing Sacred Heart in 2 weeks, at a field TBD in Boston.
March 2, 2013 - Huskies in Tampa
The Huskies arrived in Tampa today for the annual Spring Training Showcase in Plant City, FL. The Huskies are playing 4 games this week, as well as an exhibition game to start things on Monday. This is the 4th trip for the Huskies, who look to prepare for the 2013 season and ultimately reach the World Series.
October 22, 2012 - Huskies Sweep Rams
The Huskies take all three games from Fordham this weekend after playing solid baseball. Great starting pitching and patient hitting were the keys to victory.
This marks the end of the fall season for the Huskies, who finish 6-3 overall, 3-0 in conferennce play. Winter workouts will start in December, and the Huskies will be making the trek to Florida in March for Spring Training in Plant City.
October 15, 2012 - Rained out again
The doubleheader scheduled for Sunday against Boston College was rained out. The huskies have now had 4 rainouts this fall, with 3 games left to go. This weekend the Huskies are hosting a 3 game conference series against Fordham University at
October 8, 2012 - Minutemen take 3 from Huskies
The Huskies traveled to UMass this past weekend to take on the minutemen in a three game series. The first two games were decided by one run, and by some not so perfect defense. The Huskies' bats didn't come around in game three, and they ended up losing 7-3. This was a tough weekend for the Huskies, but they look to rebound next weekend when they travel to Boston College to take on the Eagles in a doubleheader starting at noon.
September 27, 2012 - Huskies top Bulldogs
The Huskies defeated Bunker Hill Community College Wednesday night by a score of 8-7. After shaking off some early errors, the huskies were able to hold off the bulldogs when they were threatening with runners on 1st and 3rd with two outs in the seventh. Pat Lotane picks up the win for the Huskies, and three players (Beynor, Concessi, Higgins) had 2 rbi's each for the Huskies.
The Huskies travel to the Bulldogs on Sunday to play a doubleheader starting at noon.
September 25, 2012 - Weekend Recap from UConn
The Huskies traveled to UConn to take on the other Huskies in a non-conference double-header this past Saturday. Northeastern won both games 13-6 and 3-2. The second game featured a 7th inning comeback for the win. Sean Barrett led the way with 3 hits and 2 runs in the two games while Will Clark and Phil Carignan got the wins on the mound. Next, the Huskies will host Bunker Hill CC on Wednesday (9/26) at Jim Rice Field in Boston.
September 21, 2012 - Huskies Travel to UConn
Tomorrow, the Huskies will be traveling with an expanded roster to the University of Connecticut to play a doubleheader at Rockville High School, in Vernon CT. The last time these two teams met was in the Fall of 2009, when Northeastern edged out a 3-2 victory when they were a member of the New England Club Baseball Association. The Huskies look to strengthen their team this fall, after a disappointing end to their 2011-2012 campaign.