The University of Scranton baseball team had quite a season on the field, reaching the Landmark Conference championship series as part of a 22-win campaign. But all that hard work didn’t stop the Royals from excelling in the classroom, as well.
Sean McNamara pitched in numerous big games in his career with The University of Scranton baseball team from 2014-17. Now, the big righty from Scarsdale, N.Y. is pitching on a much bigger stage as a member of Team Ireland in a European Baseball Championship Qualifier this week in Ashbourne, Ireland.
Senior center fielder Tommy Trotter (Cranford, N.J./Cranford) of The University of Scranton baseball team has been named All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team by both the American Baseball Coaches Association and D3baseball.com, according to announcements from both organizations on Tuesday.
Senior center fielder Tommy Trotter (Cranford, N.J./Cranford) has been named All-Landmark Conference First Team for the fourth time in his career, headlining four University of Scranton baseball players selected to the All-Conference Team, according to a release from the Landmark office on Tuesday.
Senior second baseman Brad Schneider (Ambler, Pa./LaSalle College H.S.) had one of the best four-game stretches of his career, leading The University of Scranton baseball team to the final day of the Landmark Conference Championship this past weekend. As a result, he has been named the University’s Athlete of the Week.
The University of Scranton baseball team came into Sunday needing one victory to secure its first-ever conference title. But top-seeded Catholic University had two much offensive punch, posting 21-7 and 10-7 victories over the Royals to claim the Landmark Conference title at Volpe Field.
The University of Scranton baseball team came up with a handful of clutch hits at the perfect time and got strong relief pitching from junior Bryan Carmon (Flemington, N.J./North Hunterdon) and sophomore Kyle Bravin (Washington Township, N.J./Westwood) to defeat Catholic, 8-4, in Game 4 of the Landmark Conference playoffs.
The University of Scranton baseball team scored five times in the top of the ninth and got a complete game victory from senior lefty Brian Markowski (Mountain Top, Pa./Crestwood) on the mound to defeat Elizabethtown, 9-4, in Game 2 of the Landmark Conference Championship at Volpe Field on Friday night.
Freshman outfielder Connor Harding (Vestal, N.Y./Vestal Central) of The University of Scranton baseball team has been named the Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week for baseball after collecting nine hits in six games last week.
With the main parking lot at the Quinn Athletics Campus closed until Tuesday, May 8, due to completion of paving of the lot and work on the surrounding sidewalks, shuttle service from Fitzpatrick Field to the Quinn Athletics Campus will be available on Saturday and Sunday. All fans attending this weekend's baseball doubleheader at Volpe Field are urged to use the shuttle service.
The University of Scranton baseball team could not rally from an early deficit against Keystone on Thursday at Volpe Field, dropping a 9-4 decision in a game that was delayed twice and ultimately shortened by rain.
Sophomore infielder Brandon Peters (Peckville, Pa./Valley View) tripled, doubled twice, scored three times and drove in two runs to lead The University of Scranton baseball team to a 13-3 win over Lebanon Valley in a non-conference game at Volpe Field on Monday night.
The University of Scranton baseball team won a wacky opening game over Moravian on Saturday, 8-5, at Volpe Field. Things only got stranger from there as the second game was suspended due to rain after one inning with the Royals holding a 9-3 lead.
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. – The University of Scranton baseball team was playing its final two games of a five-game, four-day stretch, and the tough schedule caught up to the Royals as they dropped both ends of a Landmark Conference doubleheader at Elizabethtown on Tuesday, 10-3 and 7-6.
Senior center fielder Tommy Trotter (Cranford, N.J./Cranford) had a big week for The University of Scranton baseball team that included the 200th hit of his career. After that historic milestone and impressive week, he has been named the Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week for baseball.
MADISON, N.J. – The University of Scranton baseball team banged out 20 hits to support another strong start from junior righty Pat Rohr (Audubon, Pa./Devon Prep) as the Royals completed a three-game sweep at Drew with a 14-3 win on Sunday.
MADISON, N.J. – Junior closer Bryan Carmon (Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central) pitched out of bases-loaded jams in the final inning of both games as The University of Scranton baseball team swept a Landmark Conference doubleheader at Drew on Saturday, winning 6-4 in both games.
Senior center fielder Tommy Trotter (Cranford, N.J./Cranford) had a big day at the plate and on the bases, and freshman righty Matthew Yard (Wall Township, N.J./Wall) earned his first career victory as The University of Scranton baseball team defeated Marywood, 14-6, on Friday at Volpe Field.
The University of Scranton baseball team had an answer every time Widener scored on Wednesday afternoon, except the final time, as the Pride used a three-run homer in the top of the ninth to hand the Royals a 7-4 defeat at Volpe Field.
WAYNE, N.J. – The University of Scranton baseball team trailed by nine runs entering the ninth inning on Tuesday at William Paterson. The Royals staged a big rally in that final inning, but came up short in a 14-11 loss to the Pioneers.