After a bye weekend from Atlantic 10 play, the Saint Joseph's baseball team returns to conference action on Thursday afternoon when crosstown rival La Salle visits Smithson Field for the first of a three-game series. As the weather forecast for the series is in flux, keep an eye on SJUHawks.com and the Hawks' social media outlets for any updates to the schedule.
A late comeback attempt ultimately came up short as the Saint Joseph's baseball team fell to Delaware, 6-5, at Bob Hannah Stadium on Tuesday night.
Pinch runner Theron Schilling came in to score on a squeeze bunt by Villanova's Doug deMarrais in the bottom of the 11th inning as the Wildcats topped the Saint Joseph's baseball team, 8-7, at Villanova Ballpark on Tuesday afternoon.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team wrapped up its weekend series at Fordham on Sunday, falling to the Rams by a 6-0 score.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team lost a pair of tight games at Fordham on Saturday, dropping the first game of the doubleheader, 2-0, before falling 4-3 in the nightcap.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team returns to conference play this weekend with a three-game series at Fordham beginning on Saturday. At 5-1 in league play, the Hawks are tied for second in the Atlantic 10 standings, while Fordham is currently tied for seventh and two games behind SJU.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team fell to Lehigh, 20-15, in 10 innings in an offensive affair at Smithson Field on Wednesday afternoon. Each player in the starting lineup for both teams recorded at least one hit, while seven different Hawks scored at least two runs apiece.
An early Penn outburst proved too much to overcome as the Saint Joseph's baseball team fell to Penn, 20-7, at Meiklejohn Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. The game was halted after seven innings due to darkness.
Saint Joseph's freshman Andrew Cossetti and junior Jordan DiValerio were named the Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, on Monday.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team battled back from a six-run deficit to top George Washington, 18-12, in a wild affair at Barcroft Park on Sunday afternoon. Freshman Andrew Cossetti hit two home runs and drove in six runs, graduate student Dominic Cuoci added five more runs batted in, and junior James McConnon went 5-for-6 with a walk to lead the SJU offense, which pounded out 18 hits on the day, including four home runs.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team saw its unbeaten start to the conference slate come to an end on Saturday afternoon as George Washington came away with a 10-4 win at Barcroft Park.
Jordan DiValerio struck out 10 over eight innings, while two-run home runs by Andrew Cossetti in the second and Nate Thomas in the eighth powered the Saint Joseph's baseball team past George Washington, 4-2, at Barcroft Park on Friday afternoon.