• Baseball’s Martinez and Kriss receive ABCA honors
    June 02, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Juniata College junior outfielder John Martinez (Mount Union, Pa./Mount Union) has been named a Gold Glove honoree while senior shortstop Andrew Kriss (Forest Hill, Md./John Carroll) was tapped as a Third team selection, when the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) released its Mid-Atlantic All-Region teams.
  • Three members named to baseball Landmark Conference First team
    May 17, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. - - Three members of the Juniata College baseball team earned a position on the 2010 All-Landmark Conference Baseball Team, as voted by the conference’s seven head coaches. All three were named to the first team, as it was announced Monday.
  • Love’s complete game shutout sends the Eagles to championship round, but they can’t get by Moravian
    May 08, 2010
    BETHLEHEM, Pa. – In another must win game for the Juniata College baseball team, the Eagles sent John Love (Loysburg, Pa./Northern Bedford) to the hill, and he responded with his second straight nine-inning complete game, this time beating Catholic University in the Landmark Conference Tournament, 8-0, Saturday afternoon in Bethlehem, Pa.
  • Moravian sends baseball to consolation bracket in Landmark Tournament
    May 07, 2010
    BETHLEHEM, Pa. - - Moravian College scored at least one run through the first four innings, cruising to a 13-0 victory in game one of the Landmark Conference baseball tournament, sending the Juniata College baseball team to the consolation bracket on day one, in Bethlehem, Pa.
  • Kriss’ go-ahead double in ninth keeps Juniata alive, 5-2
    May 07, 2010
    BETHLEHEM, Pa. - - Eleven strikeouts, one earned run in nine innings by a single pitcher seems like a line that would produce an easy victory or the Juniata College baseball team, but starter Matt Regan (Downingtown, Pa./Devon Prep) needed help in the ninth to take care of Susquehanna University, 5-2, in an elimination game in the Landmark Conference Tournament, at Gillespie Field on Friday afternoon.
  • Baseball and softball qualify for postseason, open play on Friday
    May 04, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – While the Juniata College softball team secured their postseason fate on April 24 with a doubleheader sweep over the United States Merchant Marine Academy, the baseball team needed a win on the final day of the regular season to earn its berth.
  • Facial hair and dirty laundry; must be playoff time for softball and baseball
    May 04, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Springfest is over; Major Event has come and gone; Pig Roast flew by… no one wants to think about finals; let alone if you’re graduating! So what is left of the 2010 spring semester?
  • Love’s arm earns him Landmark Pitcher of the Week
    May 03, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Down to its last chance, with a berth to the playoffs on the line, the Juniata College baseball team came away with an impressive 16-3 victory over the University of Scranton on Sunday, May 2.
  • Baseball splits doubleheader, playoffs on the line for Sunday
    May 01, 2010
    SCRANTON, Pa. – Matt Regan (Downingtown, Pa./Devon Prep) threw a two hitter with eight strikeouts in game two of the Juniata College baseball team’s doubleheader to set up a “winner take all” format for Sunday’s contest against the University of Scranton. The Eagles dropped game one 7-2 before rallying to take game two, 5-4, Saturday afternoon at Connell Park.
  • Baseball loses final game to Crusaders, slips into a tie for fourth place
    April 25, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Win or lose today, the Juniata College baseball team knew that to get to the playoffs, they need to win the three game series against the University of Scranton next weekend. But it would have been better to go into that series after beating bitter rival Susquehanna University, but the Eagles dropped game three, 12-2, Sunday afternoon on Langdon-Goodale Field.
  • Pappas walks off with game one; Eagles’ rally falls short in game two against Susquehanna
    April 24, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Coming into this weekend series tied in third place in the Landmark Conference, bitter rivals Juniata College and Susquehanna University played like their playoffs hopes were on the line. Juniata needed a walk-off single to take game one, 6-5, before Susquehanna held onto its early lead to take game two, 3-2, Saturday afternoon on Langdon-Goodale Field.
  • Baseball can’t overcome early leads, drops twinbill to Pitt-Greensburg
    April 20, 2010
    BELLE VERNON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team spotted the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg six runs before getting on the board in game one, and 10 runs through the first two innings of game two, before losing both ends of the doubleheader, 8-4 and 14-8, on Tuesday afternoon at DiVirglio Complex in Belle Vernon, Pa.
  • Kriss stays hot on diamond, earns Landmark Player of the Week
    April 18, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team charged back into the Landmark Conference playoff race with a three game sweep over the United States Merchant Marine Academy this past weekend. Leading the way for the offense was Andrew Kriss (Forest Hill, Md./John Carroll). For his efforts, he was named the Landmark Player of the Week for the week ending April 18.
  • Seven-run uprising in the eighth leads Juniata past Merchant Marine, 14-12
    April 18, 2010
    KINGS POINT, N.Y. -- Juniata College baseball spotted the host United States Merchant Marine Academy a 9-2 lead after two innings, but came roaring back with seven runs in the eighth and eked out a 14-12 win over the Mariners on Sunday afternoon at Lower Roosevelt Field.
  • Clifford and Regan pitch Juniata baseball past Merchant Marine in doubleheader sweep
    April 17, 2010
    KINGS POINT, N.Y. – Juniata College pitchers Tyler Clifford (Homer City, Pa./Homer Center) and Matt Regan (Downingtown, Pa./Devon Prep) each tossed a complete game win, leading the Eagles to an 8-2 and 5-2 doubleheader sweep over the United States Merchant Marine Academy on Saturday afternoon on Lower Roosevelt Field.
  • Big innings lift Etown past Eagles in baseball, 16-3
    April 14, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Blue Jays scored four in the fourth and eight in the eighth as Elizabethtown College upended Juniata College, 16-3, in nonconference action at Langdon-Goodale Field, on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Bats come alive as baseball takes season series from PSU-Altoona
    April 12, 2010
    ALTOONA, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team pounded out 16 hits, and had 12 RBI’s en route to a 13-9 victory over Penn State Altoona in a single nine inning nonconference matchup, Monday afternoon, at the Stewart Athletic Fields in Altoona, Pa.
  • Pitt-Bradford edges Juniata baseball with 10th inning walk-off
    April 05, 2010
    BRADFORD, Pa. – A walk-off double by Pitt-Bradford’s Johnny Phelps plated the game-winning run and allowed the Panthers to post a 14-13 over Juniata College, in non-conference baseball on Monday afternoon in Bradford, Pa.
  • Baseball’s Greg Hoffman named Landmark Baseball Player of the Week
    April 05, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Juniata College senior catcher Greg Hoffman (Phoenix, Md./Dulaney) has been named the Landmark Conference Baseball Player of the Week, for the week ending April 4.
  • Hoffman’s walk-off single completes baseball’s sweep over Drew, 6-5
    April 03, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Senior Greg Hoffman (Phoenix, Md./Dulaney) singled off the fence, scoring Andrew Kriss (Forest Hill, Md./John Carroll) for the game winning run in the bottom of the ninth to complete the three game sweep over Landmark Conference foe Drew University, 6-5, on Langdon-Goodale Field, Saturday afternoon.
  • Eagles use the comeback to take two against Drew
    April 02, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team used a pair of six run innings in both ends of a doubleheader to take the first two games of the Landmark Conference series against Drew University, 8-6 and 16-2, at Langdon-Goodale Field this afternoon.
  • Catholic completes sweep over baseball with 15-1 victory in game three
    March 28, 2010
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Scoring at least one run in each of the first six innings, the Catholic University of America was able to sweep past Juniata College with a 15-1 victory in game three on Sunday, at Robert J. Talbot Field, in Washington, D.C.
  • Baseball drops a pair of pitchers’ duels in Landmark action
    March 27, 2010
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tyler Clifford, Matt Regan and Nate Burkey combined to strikeout 13, in 13.2 innings of work over two games, but the Juniata College baseball team dropped a pair of Landmark Conference games to Catholic University, 5-2, and 5-4 (8 innings), in Washington, D.C., Saturday afternoon.
  • Baseball finishes home stand with split of Penn State Altoona
    March 24, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team finished its eight game home stand with a doubleheader against Penn State Altoona on Wednesday afternoon. The Eagles won game one, 14-11, before the visitors took the nightcap, 19-5.
  • Eagles take third game in opening series; bring an end to losing skid
    March 21, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Kyle Saxman’s (York, Pa./York Suburban) single in the eighth inning drove in the game winning run as the Juniata College baseball team salvaged the third game, 11-10, of the Landmark Conference series with Moravian College, at Langdon-Goodale Field, Sunday afternoon.
  • Baseball drops Landmark Conference opening doubleheader to Moravian
    March 20, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Kevin O’Keefe’s seventh inning single allowed Moravian College to take game one, 7-5, before defeating Juniata College in game two, 16-6, in the opening weekend of Landmark Conference baseball at Langdon-Goodale Field on Saturday afternoon.
  • Eagles drop baseball doubleheader at home to Pitt-Greensburg
    March 18, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team dropped a pair of games to the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, at Langdon-Goodale Field, Thursday afternoon. Game one ended 10-8 while the Eagles dropped game two, 8-6.
  • Baseball outslugged by Gettysburg College
    March 17, 2010
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Juniata College baseball team pounded out 13 hits and crossed the plate eight times, but it wasn’t enough as Gettysburg College defeated the Eagles in their open opener, 15-8, on Wednesday.
  • Big innings hurt Eagles as they drop a pair to Mt. St. Joseph’s on the final day of spring break
    March 13, 2010
    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - The Juniata College baseball team dropped a pair of nonconference games to the College of Mount St. Joseph’s, 9-3 and 10-5, to close out its spring break trip in Port Charlotte, Fla.
  • Eagles can’t complete comeback, fall to Medaille College, 6-5
    March 11, 2010
    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – The Juniata College baseball team scored three unanswered runs in the bottom of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough as the Eagles fell to Medaille College, 6-5, on day six of spring break in Port Charlotte, Fla.
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