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Baseball field undergoes $2 million renovation

Baseball field undergoes $2 million renovation

By Domenic Conte, Managing Editor: Print

September 4, 2019

The baseball team’s home field at St. John’s Prep in Danvers underwent renovations over the summer, including a fresh layer of turf, a new and improved home run fence, and netting along the fences on the first and third baseline to protect fans from foul balls.  The Pete Frates ’03 fiel...

Junior baseball pitcher leading NEWMAC in strikeouts

Junior baseball pitcher leading NEWMAC in strikeouts

By Lara Hill

April 17, 2019

At three years old, Jack Fox said he practiced pitching by throwing rocks into his neighbor’s yard. Now in his junior year, he leads the conference with 56 strikeouts on the baseball team and became the first starting pitcher in Emerson history to pitch a complete game. “I have always been surro...

Baseball team beats Clark for first conference win this season

Baseball team beats Clark for first conference win this season

By Peirce Eldredge

April 13, 2019

The baseball team won its first conference game this season when the Lions defeated Clark University 5-2 on Tuesday night. The win puts Emerson at 1-9 in conference play and eighth in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference, with seven conference games left in the season. Emerso...

Baseball hopes to correct last season’s defeat with 10 new players

Baseball hopes to correct last season’s defeat with 10 new players

By Lara Hill

March 14, 2019

The baseball team seeks improvement as it heads into a third season with head coach Nicholas Vennochi after winning just one of their 16 conference games played last year. The Lions finished with an overall record of 7-24 last season. Emerson struggled at the plate with a conference-worst .215 ba...

Stadium deal gives baseball, tennis teams new home

Stadium deal gives baseball, tennis teams new home

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

September 9, 2018

Emerson’s baseball and tennis teams will play their home games at a new venue for their upcoming 2018 season. The Athletics Department reached a one year deal with St. John's Preparatory School to use the school’s baseball stadium and tennis courts as Emerson’s new home venue for the respec...

Baseball: Lions win first game since Florida trip

Baseball: Lions win first game since Florida trip

By Max Wildstein

March 19, 2018

Men’s baseball bore 20-degree weather at St. John's Preparatory School in Danvers, MA Sunday to defeat Rivier University, 14-3, earning their first win in New England this season. The bats came alive for the Lions, as they scored 14 runs on 13 hits, while their pitching staff— with help from four pi...

Paladino, Cuccio carry Lions offense in Florida

Paladino, Cuccio carry Lions offense in Florida

By Max Wildstein

March 14, 2018

The Emerson men’s baseball team opened its season over spring break with nine games in the Orlando, Florida area. The team failed to replicate its impressive 7-2 record from last year, as they came away with a 3-6 trip down south. Sophomore infielders Joe Paladino and Joe Cuccio paced the Lions...

Baseball preview: Lions hope to cut down mistakes to climb in conference

Baseball preview: Lions hope to cut down mistakes to climb in conference

By Joseph Davidi

February 26, 2018

Emerson’s baseball team plans to treat its first nine regular season games like spring training against four nonconference teams from around the country.  From March 4 to March 9, Emerson will go to Florida to take on teams from around the country in doubleheaders every day with a break on March 7...

Former Lions second baseman lands dream job

Former Lions second baseman lands dream job

January 20, 2016

While Tim Neverett studied mass communications at Emerson College in the mid-eighties, he was a young student interning at sports radio WEEI in Boston. More than 30 years after that stint, Neverett will soon be a fixture on WEEI’s airwaves after being hired to join the Red Sox radio booth in Dec...