Baseball Head Coach Mike Cole Accepts Assistant Position at Army

By, Angelica Niedermeyer, Assistant Sports Editor Manhattan College Head Coach Mike Cole has left the Jaspers to take on the position of associate head coach at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.  “We wish Mike Cole the best of luck in his future coaching position at Army West Point and thank him for his dedication to our baseball program over the … Continue reading Baseball Head Coach Mike Cole Accepts Assistant Position at Army

Manhattan College Baseball Carries the MAAC Stats Leaderboard

By Maddie Mulkigian, Contributer When the MAAC announced its mid-season baseball statistics leaders, there was not a category without a Jasper named. With Matt Padre leading the NCAA in walks, John Farley pitching 21 scoreless innings, Peter Durocher leading the MAAC in runs batted in, and David Bermudez all over the offensive leaderboard, the Jaspers collectively proved that they are more than competitors in the … Continue reading Manhattan College Baseball Carries the MAAC Stats Leaderboard

Transfer Pitcher Finds “Strikeout Success”on Manhattan’s Field

Will Hesslink is a transfer graduate student who will be pitching for the baseball team. GOJASPERS/COURTESY By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Baseball has always been a constant in Will Hesslink’s life. Although the sport wasn’t too popular in his chilly Vermont hometown, Hesslink was always surrounded by it. His father, a big baseball fan, would take him to the field often to throw the ball … Continue reading Transfer Pitcher Finds “Strikeout Success”on Manhattan’s Field

 Jasper Baseball Faces Off With Canisius in Season Opener

By, Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief  Jasper Baseball beat Canisius in their first MAAC game of the 2022 season. The team took a 2-1 win in the first game of a weekend series against Canisius on Friday, March 25.  Matt Padre brought home the winning run in the ninth inning, after junior Pete Durocher delivered a one-out single through the left side. The win against Canisius sets … Continue reading  Jasper Baseball Faces Off With Canisius in Season Opener

Jaspers Bounce Back

By, Isaiah Rosario, Assistant Sports Editor   After a rough start to the season, the Jaspers baseball team has found themselves only one game under a .500 in out-of-conference play. They started off the season 1-7 and found a way to bounce back, winning six of their last seven games in a series against Fairleigh Dickinson, Hofstra and St. Johns.  Pitcher Jordan Warecke spoke to The … Continue reading Jaspers Bounce Back

Jasper Baseball Confident as Losing Streak Continues

By, Maddie Mulkigian, Staff Writer After a frustrating 2021 season and a devastating pair of losses to Fairfield in the conference playoffs, the Manhattan College baseball team is back and motivated to take over the MAAC. With four new freshmen and eight transfers, the Jaspers spent the past nine months rebuilding their team culture and preparing to overcome their challenging 2022 schedule. The end of … Continue reading Jasper Baseball Confident as Losing Streak Continues

Trio of Minor Leaguers are Best Ambassadors for Jaspers

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor Manhattan College is not known as a hotbed for baseball talent. Still, that doesn’t mean they don’t churn out professional baseball players when the opportunity calls for them. The last player from Manhattan College to play in Major League Baseball was Mike Parisi, a pitcher from Huntington, New York. In 12 appearances in 2008 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Parisi … Continue reading Trio of Minor Leaguers are Best Ambassadors for Jaspers

Manhattan Baseball Still Soul Searching In Midst of MAAC Season

by, Pete Janny, Sports Editor The return of Manhattan baseball to Van Cortlandt Park has made for one of the better highlights of the academic year thus far. The excitement being generated around the program has been a breath of fresh air during the dog days of the semester. The Jaspers are currently 3-11 overall with a 3-3 record at VCP. Their first win of … Continue reading Manhattan Baseball Still Soul Searching In Midst of MAAC Season

Possibilities Abound as Manhattan Baseball Eyes VCP Return

by, Caroline McCarthy & Pete Janny, Asst. Features Editor & Sports Editor With the spring season quickly approaching, Manhattan baseball’s long-awaited return to Van Cortlandt Park is on the horizon. A positive COVID test from one of their team members pushed back opening day, which was originally scheduled for March 20, to a later date. This sets back the already long-awaited return to VCP, which … Continue reading Possibilities Abound as Manhattan Baseball Eyes VCP Return