Saint Joseph's junior Tim Brennan added another weekly award to his mantle as he was named the Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Pitcher of the Week late Tuesday.
Saint Joseph's junior righthander Tim Brennan was named to the Atlantic 10 Baseball All-Conference Second Team on Tuesday afternoon. The All-Atlantic 10 teams were selected via a vote of the conference's head coaches.
Two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning led the Saint Joseph's baseball team to a 6-4 win over Massachusetts in the season finale for both teams at Smithson Field on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
David Viselli's seventh-inning double gave the Hawks a lead they would not relinquish as the Saint Joseph's baseball team topped Massachusetts, 3-1, at Smithson Field on Friday afternoon.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team kicked off its final series of the season as the Hawks fell to Massachusetts, 7-1, on a rainy Thursday afternoon at Smithson Field.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team will wrap up its 2018 campaign this week as the Hawks host Massachusetts for a three-game series at Smithson Field beginning Thursday. Prior to Friday's contest, the program will honor its departing seniors in a pregame ceremony.
Saint Joseph's junior righthander Tim Brennan was tabbed the Big 5 Baseball Co-Pitcher of the Week on Tuesday. Brennan shared the honor with Penn's John Alan Kendrick.
Seven Hawks across three varsity teams were selected as 2018 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars, it was announced in the April 5th edition of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, Volume 35, No. 5. Saint Joseph's men's track and field sophomore short sprinter David Bryant and baseball sophomore outfielder Tim Johnson earned First Team honors, while men's track and field senior long sprinter Barren McCoy earned Third Team recognition. From the women's track and field squad, senior long/triple jumper Aarynn Crawley and senior hurdler/long sprinter Rose O'Brien were tabbed to the Fourth Team while junior short sprinter Nathaniela Bourdeau and sophomore hurdler/long sprinter Tamar Bourdeau were recognized as Honorable Mentions.
Senior Justin Aungst turned in another quality start on the mound, but the Saint Joseph's baseball team dropped its final road game of the season, falling 2-0 to George Mason at Spuhler Field on Sunday.
A three-run eighth inning brought the Saint Joseph's baseball team back from a late deficit as the Hawks topped George Mason, 3-1, at Spuhler Field on Saturday afternoon.
Trevor Kelly singled through a drawn-in infield in the bottom of the ninth to give George Mason a 5-4 win over the Saint Joseph's baseball team at Spuhler Field on Friday afternoon.
The Saint Joseph's baseball team will play its final road series of the season this weekend as the Hawks visit George Mason for a three-game set. First pitch in the series opener is set for 3:00 p.m. on Friday.