2014 MIT Baseball News

  • ECAC Selects Mangrum to All-Star Team
    June 11, 2014
    CENTERVILLE, Mass. – Senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) added another post-season honor to his list today when the ECAC announced its 2014 Division III New England All-Stars. Mangrum was named to the first team as an outfielder.
  • Mangrum to Play in NEIBA All-Star Game
    May 30, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After completing an outstanding playing career with the MIT baseball team, senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) has been selected to play in the annual New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) Joe Walsh All-Star game. He will be a member of the College Division team that will take on a University Division team on June 1 in Lowell, Massachusetts.
  • Hesslink Selected As Rookie of the Year In New England Region
    May 21, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After an outstanding season that saw him earn Pitcher of the Year honors from the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC), freshman David Hesslink (San Diego, Calif.) was named as the Rookie of the Year for the New England region by d3baseball.com.
  • Engineers Knocked Out of NCAA Tournament by Endicott
    May 17, 2014
    HARWICH, Mass. – MIT’s school record run in the NCAA Division III New England Baseball Regional came to an end this afternoon as Endicott College broke open a close game with four runs in the ninth to come away with a 7-3 victory. MIT wrapped up its impressive 2014 campaign with a 27-15 record, while Endicott improved to 34-15 with the win.
  • MIT Ousts Tufts With 6-4 Victory At NCAA Baseball Regional
    May 16, 2014
    HARWICH, Mass. – Senior Jon Rea (Palo Alto, Calif.) tallied three hits while finishing with two runs and a pair of RBIs to help lead the fifth-seeded Engineers to a 6-4 victory over third-seeded Tufts University in the 2014 NCAA Division III New England Baseball Regional this afternoon at Whitehouse Field.
  • MIT Holds Off St. Joseph’s at NCAA Regional, 4-3
    May 16, 2014
    HARWICH, Mass. – Junior Parker Tew (Chapel Hill, N.C.) swatted a two-run home run to key a three-run seventh that proved to be the difference as No. 5 seed MIT held off No. 6 seed St. Joseph’s College, 4-3, in the 2014 NCAA Division III New England Baseball Regional this evening at Whitehouse Field. MIT will move on in the tournament and play No. 4 seed Endicott College on Saturday at Noon.
  • Baseball Advances at NCAA Regional, Eliminates E. Conn. St.
    May 15, 2014
    HARWICH, Mass. – In its second game at the NCAA Division III Baseball New England Regional, fifth-seeded MIT picked up a pair of home runs that helped propel the Engineers to a 6-2 win over No. 1 seed Eastern Connecticut State University that eliminated the Warriors from the regional.
  • Mangrum, Hesslink Earn Spots on NEIBA All-New England Team
    May 15, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A pair of MIT baseball players picked up some more honors for their outstanding 2014 seasons when the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association announced its All-New England teams. Senior outfielder Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) and freshman pitcher David Hesslink (San Diego, Calif.) were both named to the second team in the selections, the first Engineers to earn spots on the squad since 2009.
  • MIT Drops Game One at NCAA Regionals to Endicott
    May 14, 2014
    HARWICH, Mass. – Fielding errors proved costly for the No. 5 seed MIT baseball team today in the squad’s first game at the NCAA Division III Baseball North East Regional as five miscues led to three unearned runs in a 6-4 loss to No. 4 seed Endicott College.
  • MIT Opens NCAA Tournament Play Wednesday Against Endicott
    May 12, 2014
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – After winning its first New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) title last week, the MIT baseball team leaned today where it sits in the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament bracket. The Engineers will be the No. 5 seed in the New England Regional, which will be played at Whitehouse Field in Harwich, Massachusetts. MIT will play No. 4 seed Endicott College in its first game on Wednesday, May 14 at 9:30 a.m.
  • Record Six Engineers Named to All-NEWMAC Baseball Team
    May 07, 2014
    BOSTON, Mass. – After winning the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) championship for the first time in school history, the MIT baseball team reached another milestone when six Engineers were selected to the All-NEWMAC baseball teams.
  • MIT Baseball Defeats Endicott at Final Home Game of the Season
    May 06, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A home run by junior Phil Reiser (Alpharetta, Ga.) in the bottom of the fourth broke the scoreless tie and gave the MIT baseball team an edge over Endicott College, helping the Engineers defeat the Gulls by a score of 4-3 at their final home game of the season on Tuesday.
  • Engineers Top Suffolk, 8-5, in Non-Conference Baseball Action
    May 05, 2014
    QUINCY, Mass. -- Fresh off its NEWMAC Championship title run, the MIT baseball team registered an 18-hit offensive attack for an 8-5 victory over Suffolk University on Monday evening. Senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) and sophomore Nate Rodman (Corvallis, Ore.) both had three hits as the Engineers improved to 23-13 on the season.
  • MIT Sweeps Wheaton To Capture NEWMAC Title
    May 03, 2014
    NORTON, Mass. – After winning the first game of the 2014 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Baseball Championship series against Wheaton, 6-4, MIT came back to sweep the doubleheader against the Lyons with a wild-ending 12-6, 10-inning victory to win the best-of-three series and claim its first-ever NEMWAC title.
  • Cornwell, Tew Named to Capital One Academic All-District Team for Baseball
    May 01, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Two members of the MIT baseball squad have been honored for their achievements on the diamond and in the classroom this season. Juniors Hayden Cornwell (Newport Beach, Calif.) and Parker Tew (Chapel Hill, N.C.) were selected to the Capital One Academic All-District baseball team the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced today.
  • Eastern Connecticut State Comes Back To Take 4-1 Win Over MIT
    May 01, 2014
    MANSFIELD, Conn. – MIT scored first, but No. 24 Eastern Connecticut State University overcame the early advantage by the Engineers to score a 4-1 non-conference baseball win this afternoon. MIT was held to just four hits by the Warrior’s pitching, including a pair by junior Parker Tew (Chapel Hill, N.C.).
  • MIT Edges Past Wesleyan, 3-2
    April 29, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) broke up a no-hit bid with a home run in the seventh inning sparking a late MIT surge that led to a 3-2 victory for the Engineers over Wesleyan University in a non-conference baseball game this afternoon. Junior Jonathan Dennett (Great Neck, N.Y.) had a pair of hits and drove in both runs for the Cardinal.
  • NEWMAC Announces Spring Academic All-Conference Awards
    April 28, 2014
    BOSTON, Mass. – A league-leading 74 athletes represented MIT on the 2014 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Spring Academic All-Conference Team. The Engineers finished the year with a conference-high 166 selections, followed by Springfield College with 104.
  • MIT Moves To NEWMAC Finals With 6-3 Win Over Springfield
    April 28, 2014
    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – In the deciding game of a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) 2014 Baseball Tournament semifinal series, No. 3 seed MIT scored first and never trailed as the Engineers moved on in the tournament with a 6-3 win over No. 2 seed Springfield College this afternoon. The victory gave MIT a 2-1 series win over the Pride and a date next weekend against Wheaton College for the conference championship.
  • MIT Splits NEWMAC Semifinal Doubleheader With Springfield
    April 27, 2014
    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Pitching carried the day for both teams this afternoon as MIT and Springfield College squared off in a semifinal doubleheader of the 2014 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Baseball Tournament. The result was a split, with No. 2 seed Springfield taking the first game 3-1 and No. 3 seed MIT the second, 3-2, which will force a deciding third game in the series on Monday.
  • Dramatic Ninth Inning Rally Lifts MIT Past UMass Boston, 13-12
    April 24, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Trailing by four runs going into the bottom of the ninth, MIT staged a dramatic rally that was capped by senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) driving a ball into the right centerfield gap to plate the winning run in a 13-12 win over UMass Boston. The victory improved the Engineer’s record to 17-11 while the Beacons fell to 13-17.
  • Gordon Slips Past MIT in Extra Innings
    April 22, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – An RBI single by junior Travis Pullen (Las Vegas, Nev.) in the top of the 13th inning turned out to be the game-winning hit for Gordon College as it edged MIT, 2-1, in non-conference baseball action this afternoon. The Fighting Scots improved to 16-12 with the win while MIT dropped to 16-11 for the season.
  • Baseball Sweeps No. 24 Wheaton on the Road
    April 19, 2014
    NORTON, Mass. – After dropping the first of a three-game New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball series to No. 24 Wheaton College yesterday, MIT came back and swept the Lyons on the road, getting a 5-3 win in 10 innings before taking the second game, 5-2. Sophomore Nicholas Locascio (Naples, Fla.) and freshman David Hesslink (San Diego, Calif.) both made strong starts on the mound to help the Engineers to the sweep.
  • Wheaton Edges MIT, 2-1
    April 18, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. –It was a pitchers duel today at Briggs Field between MIT and No. 24 Wheaton College, one that saw the Lyons edge the Engineers, 2-1, in the opener of a three-game New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball series. Senior Max Ockner (Chesterfield, Mo.) and freshman Michael Bruemmel (Bridgewater, Mass.) started on the mound for MIT and Wheaton, with the pair combining to allow just one earned run over eight innings.
  • WPI Gets Past MIT, 5-2
    April 17, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – WPI took advantage of four MIT errors to score three unearned runs that proved to be the difference in a 5-2 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball win. Freshman Mike Duclos (Greenfield, Mass.) allowed two runs on five hits over six innings to pick up the win for WPI while junior K.J. Parent (Knoxville, Tenn.) surrendered six hits and four runs, just one of which was earned, over six innings for MIT.
  • Wang, Mangrum Power MIT Past Curry
    April 14, 2014
    MILTON, Mass. – Sophomore Alan Wang (Paoli, Pa.) hurled a one-hit shutout and senior Creed Mangrum (Sandy, Utah) tied a school record with three home runs to lead MIT past Curry College, 14-0, in a seven-inning non-conference baseball game this afternoon. The Engineers scored in every inning but one as they won their fourth straight game to improve to 14-8 while Curry fell to 6-22 with the loss.
  • MIT Sweeps Babson To Take NEWMAC Series
    April 12, 2014
    BABSON PARK, Mass. – After dropping the first of a three-game New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball series yesterday to Babson College, MIT came back and took the series today with a doubleheader sweep of the Beavers. The Engineers took game one, 5-3, and then banged out 14 hits in game two on their way to a 19-6 win.
  • Babson Takes 10-Inning Thriller Over MIT
    April 11, 2014
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A pair of strong performances by the starting pitchers highlighted the first of a three-game New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball series between MIT and Babson College this afternoon After MIT tied the game in dramatic fashion in the bottom of the ninth, Babson came back with a pair of runs in the 10th to take a 4-2 win. Senior Matt Grenier (Rochester, N.H.) tossed all 10 innings to pick up the win for the Beavers, while junior Hayden Cornwell (Newport Beach, Calif.) sent the game into extra innings with a two-run home run in the ninth for the Engineers.
  • Amherst Edges MIT In Extra Innings
    April 09, 2014
    AMHERST, Mass. – For the fourth time this season the MIT baseball team saw a game go at least 12 innings, with today’s contest at Amherst College stretching out to 13 before the Jeffs prevailed, 6-5. Nic Meyer capped off a two-out rally in the 13th for Amherst, laying down a bunt single that scored the winning run.
  • Big First Inning Helps Carry MIT Past WPI, 12-7
    April 08, 2014
    WORCESTER, Mass. – Fueled by a pair of five-run innings, the MIT baseball team reached double figures in runs for the fourth straight game as it took a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) contest against WPI, 12-7. Senior Sean Karson (Orland, Fla.) had a pair of hits and drove in three runs, while junior K.J. Parent (Knoxville, Tenn.) picked up the win with seven solid innings on the mound for the Engineers.
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