UNION– Sophomore Lee Cavico and junior Ken Gregory combined for 12 RBI as Kean University swept visiting William Paterson University, 17-9 & 10-4, Saturday afternoon in the regular season conference finale for both.
NEWARK – The Kean University softball team swept the New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader from host Rutgers-Newark on Saturday afternoon, clinching the fifth seed in the upcoming NJAC tournament.
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Kean University men’s and women’s track and field teams had a limited number of competitors at the Elliston Invitational at Lock Haven University on Saturday afternoon.
CAMDEN – The Camden Riversharks defeated the Newark Bears 10-9 in eleven innings on Sunday at Campbell’s Field in Camden, New Jersey. The teams combined for 33 hits and used 11 pitchers in the 4 hour and 21 minute contest.
KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – For the second straight night the BlueClaws were dominated by a Kannapolis starter, as Lakewood fell 5-1 Saturday evening.
UNION – Ramapo College won a pair of one-run games, as they earned a sweep of host Kean University in a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader on Thursday afternoon. The Roadrunners (25-13, 12-4 NJAC) rallied to win the opener, 5-4, before defeating the Cougars (23-14, 7-9 NJAC) in nightcap, 1-0, in eight innings.
UNION – Junior Jeff White recorded a complete game win as the Rowan University Profs defeated host Kean University, 12-4, Thursday afternoon in New Jersey Athletic Conference action at Jim Hynes Stadium.
MONTCLAIR – Sophomore midfielder Cora Delfini and junior Kayla Henderson each scored nine goals as top-seeded Montclair State scored the first seven goals and defeated Kean 20-9 in Skyline Tournament action on Thursday.
NEWARK — Former major leaguer Daryle Ward had three hits, including belting two long home runs and driving in five runs, leading the Newark Bears to a 7-5 victory over the Lancaster Barnstormers Thursday night at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium.
KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – Colby Shreve’s first professional start was a memorable one. The 22-year old righty missed all of 2008 and 2009 recovering from Tommy John surgery, but made up for lost time Thursday night.