A number of Saint Joseph's baseball student-athletes enjoyed success during their 2019 summer league assignments.
Saint Joseph's alumni and friends are invited to participate in the 12th annual SJU Baseball Golf Outing on Monday, September 23, at Scotland Run Golf Club in Williamstown, New Jersey.
The Saint Joseph's baseball program will hold an informational meeting on Tuesday, August 27, for students interested in participating in the preseason walk-on workout.
A number of Saint Joseph's baseball student-athletes will be taking part in various summer leagues across the country in 2019.
Six members of the Saint Joseph's baseball team were honored on Tuesday afternoon as the annual Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball postseason awards were announced. Graduate student Dominic Cuoci, junior Jordan DiValerio, sophomores Brendan Hueth and Cole Stetzar, and freshman Andrew Cossetti were tabbed for the All-Big 5 Team, while sophomore Jake Artz was selected for the All-Academic Team.
Saint Joseph's graduate student first baseman Dominic Cuoci and sophomore outfielder Brendan Hueth were voted onto the Atlantic 10 Baseball All-Conference Second Team, the league office announced on Tuesday afternoon. Freshmen Andrew Cossetti and Nate Thomas each received All-Rookie nods, while sophomore outfielder Jake Artz was tabbed for the All-Academic Team.
Saint Joseph's righthander Jordan DiValerio has been named the Atlantic 10 and Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Pitcher of the Week, while first baseman Dominic Cuoci was tabbed as the Big 5 Player of the Week.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team ended its 2019 season on Saturday
Friday afternoon's baseball game between Saint Joseph's and Massachusetts has been postponed due to rain. The teams will play a doubleheader on Saturday; first pitch in the opener is set for 11:00 a.m. at Earl Lorden Field.
Jordan DiValerio and Cole Stetzar combined for a four-hit shutout on Thursday as the Saint Joseph's baseball team kept its postseason hopes alive with a 2-0 win over Massachusetts at Earl Lorden Field.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team wraps up its regular season slate this week with a three-game series at Massachusetts beginning on Thursday. The Hawks currently sit on the outside looking in in regards to a postseason berth; SJU is in eighth place in the Atlantic 10 standings, two games behind seventh-place Saint Louis for final spot in the Championship.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team closed out the non-conference portion of its schedule on Tuesday afternoon, falling to visiting William & Mary, 9-8, at Smithson Field.