Bridgeport, Conn. - The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team and the Daemen College athletic department are the recipients of the 2016 East Coast Conference Community Engagement Award of Excellence.
Following the conclusion of the NCAA Division II East Regional Baseball Tournament at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire on Monday, the assembled media in attendance selected the All-Championship Team from among the teams and players who participated in the 5-day event.
Matt Kostalos of the St. Thomas Aquinas College Baseball Team needs YOUR VOTE. The King of K's has been nominated by Hero Sports as a candidate to potentially win the 2016 NCAA Division II Fan Choice Award. Matty K. is in the running for this award, along with 7 other outstanding players from across the country
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team stayed in the Winner's Bracket with a 4-0 victory over Dowling College at the Division II Baseball East Regionals in Rindge, NH. Anthony Morris was in command, tossing a two-hitter for the win.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team opened the 2016 NCAA Division II Baseball Tournament with a 5-2 victory over East Coast Conference rival Molloy College in the East Regional in Rindge, New Hampshire.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team will take on Molloy College in the first game of the NCAA Regional Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The Spartans are the #3 seed in the double elimination tournament hosted by Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team is in search of its fourth straight East Coast Conference Tournament title - the quest begins in a 3:00 pm start Thursday against the University of Bridgeport at Dowling.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team lost the opener of the East Coast Conference Baseball Tournament, 6-3 against the University of Bridgeport at Dowling. STAC faces elimination against Molloy College Friday morning at 9:00 am.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team clinched its third East Coast Conference regular season championship in five years after a double-header split against Molloy College, losing the opener 4-1 before winning game two, 6-4.
The St. Thomas Aquinas College Department of Athletics will be providing a live Internet stream of the final remaining baseball conference doubleheaders this Saturday versus the University of Bridgeport and next Saturday versus Molloy College at Palisades Credit Union Park (Formerly Provident Bank Park.