Tournament Schedule 2010 CUNYAC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

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Tournament Schedule 2010 CUNYAC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
2010 CUNYAC
BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
@ MCU Park
Welcome to the 28th annual CUNY Athletic Conference Senior College
Baseball Championship. We’d like to extend our gratitude to the new title
sponsor of CUNYAC Baseball, Municipal Credit Union, for their undivided
support in preparation and for the use of their facilities for today’s championship. A special thanks in advance to Gary Perone and all the people
listed on the right side as well as the Brooklyn Cyclones organization for
their preparation for today’s championship events. We must also extend
a special thanks to the host of this year’s championship, John Jay College
Athletic Director Dan Palumbo and his entire staff.
As usual, none of this would be possible without the continued support
of our corporate sponsors. We would like to thank The Hospital for Special
Surgery, the nation’s best orthopedic hospital for another year of supporting
New York City’s finest student-athletes; Con Edison, a major sponsor of the
CUNY Athletic Conference for over thirty-four years; Modell’s, a contributing sponsor for all CUNYAC Championships (don’t forget Modell’s offers
a 10% discount to all CUNY students, faculty & staff when you present
your valid ID upon purchase at any Modell’s store); Pepsi, the official soft
drink of the CUNY Athletic Conference, and the newest member to our
corporate sponsor family, EmblemHealth. In conclusion, we would like to
acknowledge Rawlings, the official baseball of CUNYAC Baseball.
Don’t forget to check out the CUNYAC website,
www.cunyathletics.com,
CUNY Athletic Conference
& Championship Staff
Executive Director
Zak Ivkovic
Assistant Director/
Director of Championships
Kim Santoiemma
Interim Assistant Director/
Director of Media Relations
Gregg Cohen
Assistant to the Executive Director
Grace Lu
Business Manager
Yvette Martinez
Championships Assistant
Maya Johnson
Graduate Assistant
Matthew Nelson
for the results and webcast of this championship!
CUNYAC Photographer
Greg Armstrong
Tournament Schedule
CUNYAC President
Terry Wansart, Hunter College
Day 1 - Thursday, May 7th
Game 1: #1 Staten Island vs. #4 Baruch
Game 2: #2 John Jay vs. #3 CCNY
1:00 pm
4:00 pm
Day 2 - Friday, May 8th
Game 3: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
Game 4: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
Game 5: Winner Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4
1:00 pm
4:00 pm
7:00 pm
Day 3 - Saturday, May 9th
Game 6: Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5
1:00 pm
(if winner of game 4 wins then they are the
champions - otherwise, move to.....)
Game 7: Same as Game 6 (if necessary)
4:00 pm
CUNYAC Vice-President
Roy Anderson, Medgar Evers College
Baseball Commissioner
Dan Palumbo, John Jay College
MCU Park Personnel
Gary Perone
Jim Nelson
Immediately after the conclusion of the
final game, the CUNYAC Individual &
Team awards will be distributed.
The NCAA and the CUNY Athletic Conference promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches
and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive
manner. Profanity, racial, sexist comments, or other intimidating actions directed at officials, studentathletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the
premises. Also, consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products is prohibited.
Baruch BEARCATS
#
Name
Pos.
Class Height
High School/ Hometown
3
Richard MelendezOF/INF
Jr.
5-10South Miami / Miami, FL
5
David Gega
P/INFSo.
6-0
Forest Hills / Queens, NY
6
Joseph Murray
P/INF/OFSo.
5-9
Floral Park / Floral Park, NY
7Thomas Daly
P/INF/OFSo.
6-1
Kellenberg / Valley Stream, NY
9
Peter Dinolfo
P/OF/INF
Fr.
5-8
Farrell / Staten Island, NY
11
Dan Kelly
C/INF
Sr.
5-10
Hewlett / Valley Stream, NY
12
Jules Ryan Alonzo
C/INF
Fr.
5-7
Floral Park / Floral Park, NY
13
Justin Torres
OF
So.
6-0
St. Francis Prep / Brooklyn, NY
15
Jason Valentin
P
Jr.
5-9
Dewitt Clinton / Bronx, NY
16
David Chestnut
P/INF/OF
Sr.
6-1
Nazareth Regional / Brooklyn, NY
22
Ryan McGuire
OF
Jr.
6-1
Hewlett / Lynbrook, NY
23
Kellin Bliss
P
Jr.
6-3
Catskill / Catskill, NY
24
Manuel Guerrero C
So.
5-8
Bayside / Queens, NY
25
Jeffrey Merker
P
Fr.
6-0
St. Francis Prep. / Ridgewood, NY
26
John AvonaOF
Jr.
5-9
Farrell / Staten Island, NY
29
Benjamin Riofrio
INF
Jr.
5-7
Richmond Hill / Queens, NY
36Aldo AltamiranoOF/INFSo.
5-8
Robert F. Kennedy / Flushing, NY
37
Jason Berliner
P
Fr.
6-1
Baruch / L.I.C., NY
42
Noel Placencia
P/INF/OF
Fr.
6-1
Telecommunications / Staten Island, NY
44Mike Dietz
CSr.
6-4Molloy / Queens, NY
Thomas Daly
Head Coach: Jose Torres; Assistant Coaches: Tom Santino, Mannix Angeles, Jorge Rosado, Greg Polius;
Athletic Director: William Eng; Sports Information Director: John Neves;
Athletic Trainer: Naomi Chang; Colors: Carolina Blue & White; Location: New York, NY
CCNY BEAVERS
#
Name
Pos.
Class Height
High School/ Hometown
1
Gary Dixon
OF
Fr.
5-10
Townsend Harris / Flushing, NY
2
Willis Fernandez
IF/P
Sr.
5-9
Manhattan Center / New York, NY
3
Van Malloy
C/PSo.
5-6Long Island City / Jamaica, NY
4Andrew RomanellaIF
Fr.
5-7Gunnery School / Allentown, NJ
5
Pat Berry
IF
So.
5-7
Floral Park / Bellerose Terrace, NY
6Andrew Mulvey
P
Fr.
5-10
Holy Cross / College Point, NY
8Taylor SchomannIFSo.
5-8
Pine Plains / Clinton Corners, NY
9
Matthew Montanez
P
So.
6-0
Spellman / Bronx, NY
10
Pavel Cruz
OF/P
Sr.
6-3
Manhattan Center / New York, NY
11
Derek Faucher
OF/C
Sr.
6-3
/ Bradford, PA
12Sal CarilloIF
Fr.
5-7
Carey / Franklin Square, NY
13
Colin Desmarias
IF
Jr.
5-9
Stonington / Mystic, CT
16
Daniel Perez
IF
Fr.
6-2
BMCC / New York, NY
20
Luis Rosario
P
Fr.
6-0
Manhattan Center / New York, NY
21
Chris Torres
PSr.
6-1
/ Staten Island, NY
22
Michael Perez
OF
Fr.
5-10
South Bronx / Bronx, NY
23
Reuben AngelesOF
Jr. 6-0
/ New York, NY
24
Raymie Fernandez
CSr.
5-8
Clarkson / New York, NY
25
Michael Dominguez
IF
Jr. 6-1
/ Brooklyn, NY
26
Dave Titor
P
So.
6-0
Floral Park / Bellerose Village, NY
28
Joel Jimenz
PSo.
5-10George Washington / New York, NY
30
Jeffrey Jackson
IF/OF
Fr.
5-7
St. Raymond / Bronx, NY
31
Scott DeFalco
P
Jr.
6-6
/ Staten Island, NY
32
Henry Loehrke
P/IF
Fr.
6-4
Brooklyn Tech / Washington Heights, NY
41
Bryan DiGiovanni
IF
Fr.
6-0
Northport / West Hempstead, NY
Head Coach: David Yorke; Assistant Coaches: Grant Neary,Eric Webber, Richard Gomez, Andrew Lydon;
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Bob Adler; Athletic Director: Jackee Meadow; Sports Information Contact/
Assistant Athletic Director: Karina Jorge; Athletic Trainer: Philena Latacha;
Colors: Lavendar & Black; Location: New York, NY
Reuben Angeles
John Jay BLOODHOUNDS
#
Name
2
Edwin Hernandez
3
Benjamin Beiro
5
Wimer Chavez
8
Dennis Lopez
9
Cosme Munoz
10
Xavier Perez
12
Nick Catalono
15
Jason Witten
17
Jonathan Cuevas
18Ludwing Francisco
21
Steven Kendrick
22Taylor Perez
23
Alex Rodriguez
24
Chris Camacho
25Luis Guzman
27
Danny LoPresti
28
Joseph Willoughby
29
Keenan Lambert
37
Johnathan Morillo
51
Hector Class
Pos.
Class Height
High School/ Hometown
CF
Sr.
6-0
Murry Bergtraum / Brooklyn, NY
3B
So.
5-10
Wesley Chapel / Corona, NY
P/1B
Jr.
6-2
Queens Vocational / Corona, NY
SS
Fr.
5-9
Newfield / Selden, NY
IF
Fr.
5-10
John Dewey / Brooklyn, NY
OF
Sr.
6-3
Manhattan Center / Bronx, NY
2B
Fr.
5-9
St. Peter’s / Staten Island, NY
DH/OF
Jr.
5-11
New Dorp / Staten Island, NY
P/OFSo.
6-1The Chathedral School / East Elmhurst, NY
PSo.
6-0Gregorio Luperon / Santo Domingo, DR
P/C
So.
6-1
Sacred Heart / Bronx, NY
P
Jr.
6-0
Fossil Ridge (TX) / Staten Island, NY
P
Jr. 6-0
Adlai E. Stevenson / Bronx, NY
P
Fr.
5-10
Applied Communications / Maspeth, NY
C/OFSr.
5-11Mt. St. Michael / Yonkers, NY
P
Fr.
6-1
Abraham Lincoln / Brooklyn, NY
DH/1B
Fr.
5-11
St. Agnes / New York, NY
P/C
Fr.
6-0
Benjamin Banneker / Brooklyn, NY
P
Fr.
6-0
Cardinal Hayes / New York, NY
P/OF
Fr.
5-9
Liberty (FL) / Brooklyn, NY
Xavier Perez
Head Coach: Dan Palumbo; Assistant Coaches: Sean Perrett, Robert Fernandez, John Dobkowski,
Richie Parker; Athletic Director: Dan Palumbo; Sports Information Director: Michael Damon;
Athletic Trainer: Michelle Rahmeh; Colors: Blue & Yellow; Location: New York, NY
Staten Island DOLPHINS
#
Name
Pos.
Class Height
High School/ Hometown
1
Dan LynchOF
Fr.
6-0
New Dorp / Staten Island, NY
2
Chris D’ Antuono
P
So.
6-0
Madison / Brooklyn, NY
3Mark GlennersterINF
Jr.
5-9St. Peters / Staten Island, NY
8
Ryan Nemoyten
INF
Jr.
5-8
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
9
Jeff Pontebbi
P
Jr.
6-1
Farrell / Staten Island, NY
10
Devon DiCasoliINFSr.
5-10Moore Catholic / Staten Island, NY
11
Cory Sullivan
INF
Fr.
5-11
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
14Tom DeWatersOFSr.
5-9St. Joseph by the Sea / Staten Island, NY
15
Joe Cassano
OF
So.
5-10
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
16
Henry Roman
INF
So.
5-9
Curtis / Staten Island, NY
19
Matt Oetting
C
Jr.
5-9
Moore Catholic / Staten Island, NY
20Tom DiPierto
CSr.
5-10Susan Wagner / Staten Island, NY
22
Casey Mulligan
PSo. 5-11
Farrell / Staten Island, NY
23Anthony Collucci
P
Fr.
5-10
Xaverian / Staten Island, NY
24
Joe Jacobson
P
So.
6-0
Moore Catholic / Brooklyn, NY
26
James Mardikos
P
Jr.
5-11
Petrides / Staten Island, NY
28
Paul Matusiewicz
P
So.
5-10
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
29
Nick Tingos
P
Jr.
5-10Moore Catholic / Staten Island, NY
30
Pat Gale
P
Jr.
6-1
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
33
Paul Ciccazzo
PSo.
5-11St. Peters / Staten Island, NY
34
Bryan Moreno
C
So.
5-9
St. Joseph by the Sea / Staten Island, NY
35Steve HessionOFSo.
5-9Staten Island Tech / Staten Island, NY
41
Tom Matson
P
Fr.
5-10
Curtis / Staten Island, NY
42
Richard Anderson
P
Fr.
5-11
Tottenville / Staten Island, NY
44Sal TodaroINFSo. 5-10Moore Catholic / Staten Island, NY
Thomas DeWaters
Head Coach: Mike Mauro; Associate Head Coach: Neil Barbella;
Assistant Coaches: John Scrivani, Tom Wohlfit, Greg Belson, Ben Laskin, Bob Steele; Athletic Director: Paul Bobb;
Sports Information Director: David Pizzuto; Colors: Maroon & Blue; Location: Staten Island, NY
BEARCATS CAPTURE SECOND CONFERENCE
CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE; FIRST 2001
Top-seeded Baruch College scored two runs in its final at-bat to win the 2009 CUNY AthTOURNAMENT
letic Conference Baseball Championship over Mitchell 6-5 at Keyspan Park. It is the Bearcats
second tournament title, having captured the 2001 crown with a 5-3 win over the College of
Staten Island.
“It has been a long time since we have won this [2001] championship,” said Baruch interim
head coach Jefferson Infante. “We have a good group of guys that played their hearts out and
deserved to win.”
Bearcat junior David Chestnut was named the Most Valuable Player of the Championship.
The Brooklyn native tossed a complete game five-hitter to win the opening game of the tournament, 9-1 over Mitchell. At the plate he was 4-11 with two runs and two RBI.
“I tip my hat to Mitchell, as they had allowed us only one hit through seven innings,” said
Chestnut. “We really had to grind it out today. We were patient and were able to capitalize on
the chances that we had.”
The Bearcats scored twice in both the eighth and ninth innings to rally from behind for the
win. Joseph Valentin, the Con Edison Player of the Game, gets credit for the game-winning RBI earning a bases loaded walk from Cody Faddis,
scoring Thomas Daly and setting off the on-field celebration for the Bearcats.
Ethan Graynor, who pitched two-thirds of an inning, walked Mejia to start the ninth inning, and then stole second. Benjamin Riofrio dribbled
a ball down the third base line, and when the ball kicked past the third baseman, Mejia tried to
score, but was tagged out at the plate. Thomas Daly followed with a double to center, scoring
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BOXSCORE
Riofrio to tie the game, and set up the dramatic conclusion.
MITCHELL POS
AB R H RBI BB SO
Mitchell had retaken the lead in the top of the ninth, 5-4, as Jeffrey Perillo walked and
Martinez
P/LF
3
0 2
1
1
0
Boegler
3B
5
2
1
1
0
0
advanced to second on a ground out. Jared Bishop flared a ball in front of charging Bearcat
Perillo
SS
4
1
1
0
1
0
center fielder Marcos Mejia to score the go ahead run.
Graynor
RF/P
4
0
1
1
1
0
Bishop
1B
4
0 2
1
0
0
Mitchell wasted no time in getting on the board, taking a 1-0 lead as Clayton Boegler scored
Hagen
CF
5
0
0
0
0
1
on a throwing error. Boegler and Graynor had RBI singles in the third to give the Mariners a
McGarry
2B
3
1
0
0
0
0
Radke
C
4
0 1
0
0
1
3-0 lead, before starting pitcher Paul Martinez drove in a run in the fourth, for a 4-0 lead.
Deltgen
LF/RF
3
1
0
0
1
2
Baruch began its comeback in the bottom half of the fourth inning, as its first hit of the
Nunes
P
0
0
0
0
0
0
Faddis
P
0
0
0
0
0
0
game, off the bat of Joseph Valentin, plated Jorge Rosado. John Avona followed with a ground
Totals
35 5 8 4
4 4
ball to second that scored David Chestnut, to cut the deficit to 4-2.
MITCHELL pitching
IP H R ER BB SO
The Bearcats tied the game with a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth-inning as Rosado
Martinez
7.1 4 4
2
5
5
singled to right with one out. He stole second and advanced to third on a throwing error by
Graynor
0.2 1 0
0
2
1
Nunes
(L)
0.1
2
2
2
1
0
the Mariners catcher Matthew Radke and scored on a wild pitch. Chestnut would reach on an
Faddis
0.0 0 0
0
2
0
error in the next at-bat, stole second and scored on a single by Avona to the shortstop.
Batting: 2B: Perillo; 3B: none; LOB: 10; HBP: 2 (Bishop, Mc
Kehoe earned the win for Baruch, tossing 3.2 innings, and along one run on one hit. Kellin
Garry); SB: 2 (Boegler, McGarry); SH: Martinez. Fielding: PO:
25 (Bishop 7, Radke 6, Perillo 4, Boegler 2, Hagen 2, McGarry
Bliss started for the Bearcats, throwing 5.1 innings, allowing four runs, three earned on seven
2, Graynor, Deltgen); A: 11 (Boegler 3, Perillo 3, McGarry 2,
hits.
Radke 2, Martinez); E: 3 (Perillo, Hagen, Radke). Pitching:
WP: 2 (Martinez, Nunes); PB: Radke.
Osgood took the loss for Mitchell, allowing two runs on two hits in a third of an inning.
Martinez received a no decision, pitching 7.1 innings with four runs, two earned, on four hits
BARUCH
POS
AB R H RBI BB SO
Riofrio
2B
4
1
1
0
1
0
and fanning five batters.
MVP
David
chestnut
Daly
RF
5
1 2
1
0
1
Rosado
SS
2
2
1
0
2
0
Chestnut
DH/3B
2
2
0
0
2
0
Valentin
1B
4
0
2
2
1
0
Avona
LF
4
0
1
2
0
1
Guerrero
C
1
0
0
0
3
1
Meehan
3B
3
0
0
0
0
1
McGuire PH/DH
1
0 0
0
0
1
Mejia
CF
3
0
0
0
1
1
Bliss
P
0
0
0
0
0
0
Kehoe
P
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals
29 6 7 5 10 6
BARUCH pitching
IP H R ER BB SO
Bliss
5.1 7 4
3
2
3
Kehoe (W)
3.2 1 1
1
2
1
Batting: 2B: Daly; 3B: none; LOB: 10; HBP: 2 (Rosado, Chestnut); SB: 8 (Rosado 2, Avona 2, Riofrio, Chestnut, Guerrero,
Mejia); CS: 2 (Daly, Valentin); SH: none. Fielding: PO: 27
(Valentin 10, Riofrio 5, Guerrero 4, Rosado 3, Daly 2, Mejia
2, Meehan); A: 12 (Rosado 5, Riofrio 2, Chestnut, Valentin,
Guerrero, Meehan, Bliss); E: 4 (Riofrio, Rosado, Meehan, Bliss).
Pitching: WP: none; PB: none.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Mitchell 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 8 3
Baruch 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 6 7 4
2009 cuny Tournament Results
current cuny standings
CHAMPIONSHIP at Keyspan Park (Brooklyn, NY)
as of 4/26/10
CUNYAC Overall
W L Pct.
W L T Pct.
11 1 .917
26 9 0.743
1. Staten Island 6 6 .500
10 26 .278
2. John Jay 3. CCNY 5 7 .417
13 18 .419
5 7 .417
11 20 .355
Baruch 3 9 .250
8 21 .276
5.Lehman Day 1
Game 1: #1 Baruch 9, #4 Mitchell 1
Game 2: #3 Staten Island Jay 11, #2 John Jay 4
Day 2
Game 3: #4 Mitchell 8, #2 John Jay 4
Game 4: #1 Baruch 6, #3 Staten Island 5
Game 5: #4 Mitchell 6, #3 Staten Island 2
Day 3
Game 6: #1 Baruch 6, #4 Mitchell 5
2009 cuny all-stars
Tournament Most Valuable Player
David Chestnut
Jr.
3B
Baruch
2010 cuny weekly honors
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
Players of the Week
Willis Fernandez
IF/P
Sr.
Jhon Comas Disla
David Chestnut
P/IF/OF Sr.
Devon DiCasoli
IF
Sr.
Pat Gale
P
Jr.
Pat Glae
P
Jr.
Pitchers of the Week
Pat Gale
P
Jr.
Jason Valentin
P
Jr.
Kevin Bliss
P
Jr.
Casey Mulligan
P
So.
Reuben Angeles
P
Jr.
Chris D’Antuono
P
So.
Rookies of the Week
Henry Loehrke
P/IF
Fr.
Nick Catalano
2B
Fr.
Andrew Romanella IF
Fr.
Peter Dinolfo
P/IF/OF Fr.
Nick Catalano
2B
Fr.
Peter Dinolfo
P/IF/OF Fr.
CCNY
Lehman
Baruch
CSI
CSI
CSI
CSI
Baruch
Baruch
CSI
CCNY
CSI
CCNY
John Jay
CCNY
Baruch
John Jay
Baruch
First team
C
Sr.
1B
So.
2B
Jr.
SS
Sr.
3B
Jr.
OF
Jr.
OF
Fr.
OF
Jr.
DH
Sr.
P
P
Jr.
UT
Jr.
UT
Jr.
Staten Island
Staten Island
John Jay
Lehman
Baruch
Staten Island
Staten Island
John Jay
John Jay
Staten Island
Mitchell
Lehman
John Jay
Second team
Raymie Fernandez
C
Jr.
Joseph Valentin
1B
Sr.
Benjamin Riofrio
2B
So.
Jeff Perillo
SS
So.
Clayton Boegler
3B
Fr.
James Podlucky
OF
Fr.
Armando Wellington
OF
Sr.
Thomas Daly
OF
Fr.
Derek Faucher
DH
Jr.
Kellin Bliss
P
So.
Daniel Brudie
P
So.
James Mardikos
P
So.
Amadoernesto Guzman UT
Jr.
Thomas DeWaters
UT
Jr.
CCNY
Baruch
Baruch
Mitchell
Mitchell
John Jay
CCNY
Baruch
CCNY
Baruch
Baruch
Staten Island
Lehman
Staten Island
Mike Madalone
Patrick Gale
Xavier Perez
Andrew Rosario
David Chestnut
Tom DiPietro
Steve Hession
Edwin Hernandez
John Massoni
Jon Reyes
Adam Deltgen
Gilbert Garcia
Johan Abad
Jorge Rosado
Jorge Rosado
Michael Colletta
Henry Roman
player of the year
SS
Sr.
Baruch
Michael Colletta
pitcher of the year
P
Sr.
John Jay
Henry Roman
rookie of the year
2B
Fr.
Staten Island
Mike Mauro
coach of the year
1st Season
Staten Island
current individual & Team hitting & Pitching statistics (4/26/10)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
BATTING AVERAGE
Amadoernesto Guzman Lehman
Pat Gale
CSI
Devon DiCasoli
CSI
Joe Cassano
CSI
Comas Disla
Lehman
Steve Hession
CSI
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
Richard Melendez
Baruch
Wilmer Chavez
John Jay
Henry Roman
CSI
Tom DiPierto
CSI
Cory Sullivan
CSI
Nick Catalano
John Jay
Xavier Perez
John Jay
Raul Cordero
Lehman
G
23
33 29 32 25 30 31 31 34 33 28 33 34 30 22 AB
78
133
111
114
94
95
119
123
116
139
89
117
126
112
74
H
35
58
48
46
36
36
45
46
42
50
32
42
45
40
26
AVG.
.449
.436
.432
.404
.383
.379
.378
.374
.362
.360
.360
.359
.357
.357
.351
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
slugging percentageabtb
Amadoernesto Guzman Lehman
78 51
Joe Cassano
CSI
114 67
Comas Disla
Lehman
94 55
Tom DiPierto
CSI
89 51
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
119 68
Pat Gale
CSI
133 74
Devon DiCasoli
CSI
111 59
Peter Dinolfo
Baruch
107 54
Xavier Perez
John Jay
112 56
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
91
Miguel Sanchez
Lehman
87 42
Cory Sullivan
CSI
117 56
Edwin Hernandez
John Jay
136 65
Bobby Villante
Lehman
76 36
Thomas Daly
Baruch
120 56
pct.
.654
.588
.585
.573
.571
.556
.532
.505
.500
.495
.483
.479
.478
.474
.467
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
on base percentage
Amadoernesto Guzman Lehman
Devon DiCasoli
CSI
Pat Gale
CSI
Joe Cassano
CSI
Steve Hession
CSI
Comas Disla
Lehman
Xavier Perez
John Jay
Peter Dinolfo
Baruch
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
Cory Sullivan
CSI
Richard Melendez
Baruch
Matthew Arvelo
Lehman
Tom DiPierto
CSI
Raul Cordero
Lehman
Nick Catalano
John Jay
pct.
.552
.508
.470
.466
.455
.453
.442
.440
.439
.436
.435
.434
.433
.430
.428
1.
2.
3.
4.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
RUNS SCORED
Edwin Hernandez
John Jay
Devon DiCasoli
CSI
Pat Gale
CSI
Richard Melendez
Baruch
Henry Roman
CSI
Xavier Perez
John Jay
Nick Catalano
John Jay
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
Peter Dinolfo
Baruch
Cory Sullivan
CSI
Andrew Romanellaa
CCNY
Joseph Murray
Baruch
Tom DiPierto
CSI
Steve Hession
CSI
pa
96
130
151
133
113
106
129
134
132
141
138
99
103
87
148
Ab
78
111
133
114
95
94
112
107
119
117
123
78
89
74
126
G
34
29
33
31
33
30
34
31
30
33
31
27
28
30
R 40
38
37
32
32
32
32
32
31
29
29
28
27
26
Tom DeWaters
CSI
33
26
1.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
10.
11
12.
RUNS BATTED IN
Joe Cassano
CSI
Pat Gale
CSI
David Chestnut
Baruch
Wilmer Chavez
John Jay
Thomas Daly Baruch
Raymie Fernandez
CCNY
Tom DiPierto
CSI
Henry Roman
CSI
Amadoernesto Guzman Lehman
Tom DeWaters
CSI
Edwin Hernandez
John Jay
Benjamin Beiro
John Jay
Manuel Guerrero
Baruch
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
Miguel Sanchez
Lehman
G
32
33
31
34
31
30
28
33
23
33
34
34
29
27
25
RBI
36
36
33
31
29
28
27
27
27
26
24
23
23
23
23
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
DOUBLES
G
Joe Cassano
CSI
32
Peter Dinolfo
Baruch
30
Henry Roman
CSI
33
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
27
Cory Sullivan
CSI
33
11 tied with
2B
13
12
11
10
10
8
1.
2.
3.
5.
TRIPLES (min. 3)
Xavier Perez
John Jay
John Avona Baruch
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
Pat Gale
CSI
Thomas Daly Baruch
Sal Todaro
CSI
Edwin Hernandez
John Jay
G
30
29
31
33
31
27
34
3B
6
5
4
4
3
3
3
1.
2.
HOME RUNS (min. 3)
Miguel Sanchez
Comas Disla
Edwin Hernandez
Tom DiPietro
Amadoernesto Guzman
Reuben Angeles
Willis Fernandez
G
25
25
34
28
23
27
31
HR
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
9.
11.
12.
13.
15.
STOLEN BASES
Willis Fernandez
CCNY
Richard Melendez
Baruch
Joseph Murray
Baruch
John Avona Baruch
Devon DiCasoli
CSI
Andrew Romanellaa
CCNY
Edwin Hernandez
John Jay
Nick Catalano
John Jay
Thomas Daly
Baruch
Dennis Lopez
John Jay
Xavier Perez
John Jay
Pat Barry
CCNY
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
Steve Hession
CSI
Comas Disla
Lehman
Lehman
Lehman
John Jay
CSI
Lehman
CCNY
CCNY
GSB
31
24
31
22
27
21
29
18
29
18
31
16
34
15
34
15
31
14
33
14
30
13
29
12
27
10
30
10
25
9
walksg
1. Peter Dinolfo
Baruch
30
2. John Avona
Baruch
29
BB
22
19
4.
5.
7.
9.
Derek Faucher
Matthew Arvelo
Wilmer Chavez
Nick Catalano
Dennis Lopez
Steven Kendrick
Tom DeWaters
Devon DiCasoli
CCNY
Lehman
John Jay
John Jay
John Jay
John Jay
CSI
CSI
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
EARNED RUN AVg. (min.of 5 app.)
Pat Gale
CSI
Nick Tingos
CSI
Paul Ciccazzo
CSI
Brian Cubero
Lehman
Rueben Angeles
CCNY
Ryan McGuire
Baruch
David Chestnut
Baruch
Jeffrey Merker
Baruch
Kellin Bliss
Baruch
Chris Camacho
John Jay
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
STRIKEOUTS
Pat Gale
CSI
Brian Cubero
Lehman
Nick Tingos
CSI
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
Paul Ciccazzo
CSI
Kellin Bliss
Baruch
Chris Camacho
John Jay
Francisco Sanchez
Lehman
Alex Rodriguez
John Jay
Jason Caraballo
Lehman
Jeffrey Merker
Baruch
IPK
57.2 85
45.0 58
51.1 52
43.1 48
56.1 43
39.1 34
65.1 33
45.1 32
44.0 26
27.2 23
37.1 23
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
OPPOSING BATTING AVG.
Pat Gale
CSI
Brian Cubero
Lehman
Nick Tingos
CSI
Paul Ciccazzo
CSI
Reuben Angeles
CCNY
Chris Camacho
John Jay
David Chestnut
Baruch
Kellin Bliss
Baruch
Ryan McGuire
Baruch
Daniel Lopresti
John Jay
H
32
36
46
51
48
77
45
60
52
52
AVG.
.160
.218
.237
.238
.279
.292
.313
.323
.325
.331
1.
2.
4.
5.
TEAM BATTING AVERAGE
College of Staten Island
Lehman college
Baruch college
John Jay college
City college of New York
G AB H
33 1151 409
26 819 236
31 1018 293
34 1082 311
31 968 274
AVG.
.355
.288
.288
.287
.283
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
TEAM FIELDINGCPO
College of Staten Island 1163 799
John Jay college
1181 782
City college of New York 1042 684
Lehman college
902 588
Baruch college
1104 725
A
317
335
282
247
290
E
47
64
76
67
89
AVG.
.960
.946
.927
.926
.919
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
team eARNED RUN AVg. College of Staten Island
City college of New York
Baruch college
Lehman college
John Jay college
ER
112
205
221
190
296
IP
266.1
228.0
241.2
196.0
260.2
ERA
3.78
8.09
8.23
8.72
10.22
G
33
31
31
26
34
APP.
11
10
11
9
9
6
5
13
9
15
AB 200
165
194
214
172
264
144
186
160
157
30
25
34
34
33
34
33
29
19
17
16
16
15
15
14
14
ER
11
19
23
19
25
29
27
31
33
59
ERA
1.72
3.33
3.67
3.80
5.19
6.93
7.15
7.47
7.55
8.13
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2009 CUNY TOURNAMENT RECAPS
Game 1 • #1 Baruch 9, #4 Mitchell 1
Top-seeded Baruch College scored runs in each of the first three-innings on its way to a
9-1 win over fourth-seeded Mitchell College in the 2009 CUNY Athletic Conference Baseball
Championships at Keyspan Park. The Bearcats, 17-14, advance to play the winner of the evening
contest between #2 John Jay College and the number-three seed College of Staten Island.
Bearcats starter David Chestnut was named the Con Edison Player of the Game, earning
the win with a complete-game five-hitter. The junior fanned six to improve to 5-2, with his fifth
complete game of the year. The Brooklyn native returned to the mound after a 75-minute rain
delay in the bottom of the fifth-inning, and scattered three more hits
“I wanted to pound the strike zone and make them hit my pitches,” said Chestnut.
Baruch got its first run on back-to-back doubles, with two outs, in the first-inning. Jorge
Rosado has the first hit of the game, doubling to left field. Chestnut helped his own cause in the
next at-bat with a double to center scoring Rosado, before getting thrown out at third-base.
Joseph Valentin led off the home portion of the second inning with the Bearcats third double
of the afternoon. He would come around to score, four batters later, on a single off the bat of Marcos
Mejia. John Avona scored during the next plate appearance on a wild pitch by Jeremy Chapman, having reached by being hit by a pitch.
The Bearcats added two more runs in the third inning, as again Chestnut helped his own cause, with an RBI single that scored Thomas Daly. Valentin
drove in the team’s fifth run, as Rosado scored his second run of the day.
Mitchell got on the board in the fourth-inning when Paul Martinez worked out a lead-off walk, coming around to score on a fielder’s choice, to make it
5-1. Baruch was held scoreless for the first time, in the bottom half of the inning, but played four runs, three in the sixth, to put the game out of reach.
The Mariners threatened again in the seventh-inning, with runners on first and second and no out, before Chestnut induced two ground balls for
outs. Mitchell then loaded the bases in the eighth inning, but again Chestnut induced the third out without a run scoring.
Chapman (2-5) took the loss on the mound for Mitchell, allowing six runs, all earned, in his 4.1 innings of work, fanning four. Matthew Hagen struck
out three, allowing three earned runs, in his 3.2 innings of relief. Neither Mariner pitcher walked a batter.
Chestnut, Rosado, Valentin and James Meehan each had three hits for Baruch, which knocked out 16 as a team in the game. The Bearcats had seven
extra base hits, with a pair of doubles from Rosado and a double and triple off the bet of Valentin.
Matthew Radke and Jeffrey Perillo each had two of the Mariner five hits in the game.
Game 2 • #3 Staten Island 11, #2 John Jay 4
After a rocky opening two innings in which he allowed two runs on five hits, College of Staten Island starter John Reyes settled in a gave two runs on
six hits over the next 5.1 innings to earn the win in an 11-4 decision over second-seeded John Jay College in an opening round game at the 2009 CUNY
Athletic Conference Baseball Championship at Keyspan Park.
The Dolphins (19-18) Patrick Gale was named the Con Edison Player of the Game, going 2-4 with a game-high four RBI. His second inning single
gave CSI a 3-2 lead which it would not relinquish.
“I was down 0-2 and kept fighting, spoiling some pitches, waiting for a pitch to drive,” said Gale. “No one wants to make an out, we just want to keep
the ball rolling.”
Both teams put runs across the plate in the first inning as John Jay took a 2-1 advantage after the first frame. Steve Hession worked out a lead-off walk
to open the game for CSI and proceeded to steal second, scoring on a single by Sal Todaro. The Bloodhounds got their first run when Jon Reyes walked
Johan Abad with the bases loaded. Benjamin Biero gave John Jay the lead with a single to right, scoring
Xavier Perez.
CSI loaded the bases with no outs in the top of the second, and John Jay starter Jon Reyes appeared to
be out of the jam, fanning Steve Hession and getting Henry Roman to pop up to shallow right field. Gale
came through with the two-out RBI, plating a pair of runs with a ground ball through the left side.
The Dolphin bats continued the assault, tallying two runs in the fourth, sixth and eighth innings, with
a single run crossing the plate in the fifth to build a 10-3 advantage. The Bloodhounds had the beginning
of a rally in the eighth inning, loading the bases for Xavier Perez, who singled into right field. Luis Guzman
scored the fourth run for John Jay, but Steven Kendrick was thrown out at the plate by Thomas DeWaters
to end the inning. CSI got the run back in the top of the ninth as a Gale sacrifice fly scored Hession for the
11-4 lead.
Reyes, 5-3, allowed 11 hits over 7.1 innings pitched, striking out six and allowing four runs, all earned.
Stephen Mojica tossed the final 1.2 innings, allowing one hit and striking out one, to end the game.
John Massoni took the loss for John Jay, falling to 5-7, as he allowed eight runs on 10 hits, striking out
eight and walking seven, in six innings of work. James Podlucky, who scored a run, tossed two innings for
the Bloodhounds, allowing two runs on two hits, while Johan Abad pitched the ninth, allowing one run
without giving up a hit.
Each team had 12 hits on the day, while stranding 11 base runners. There were only three extra base its
in the game, with a pair of doubles from CSI’s Sal Todara, and one by Mark Glennerster. Both players had
two RBI and a run scored, with Todara going 3-4 and Glennerster going 3-5.
Edwin Hernandez led the John Jay offense, going 4-5 with a stolen base. Abad was 1-3 on the night, with a fifth-inning single, extending his hitting
streak to 16 consecutive games.
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Game 3 • #4 Mitchell 8, #2 John Jay 4 (13 innings)
Mitchell College starting pitcher Adam Deltgen received a no decision for his 11+ innings of work, and Paul Martinez scored the winning run in
the top of the 13th inning as the Mariners eliminated John Jay College 8-4 at the 2009 CUNY Athletic Conference Baseball Championship at Keyspan
Park.
Martinez, in his first at-bat of the game, earned a one-out walk in the top of the decisive inning. He would score the game-winning run when the
next batter, the Con Edison Player of the Game Matthew Hagen tripled to left centerfield.
“I had been struggling all day,” said Hagen, who was 0-for-5 before his game-winning hit. “I had not been able to catch up to his fastball all afternoon
and I knew he would come with it again.”
The Mariners would add three more runs in the inning, with a two-RBI single off the bat of Jeffrey Perillo to make the score 8-4. John Jay, the secondseed of the tournament, had a runner reach on an error in the bottom half of the inning, but could do no more.
“We have struggled all season to put hitting and pitching together in the same game,” Mariner head coach Len Farquhar said, “ and today we finally
did it. Adam [Deltgen] is a four-year starter and we checked him after every inning.”
The starting pitchers, Deltgen for Mitchell, and Bloodhounds starter Michael Colletta (5-8) both pitched into the 12th inning. Colletta was charged
with the loss, allowing eight run in 12.2 innings of work, fanning 13 batters, to give him 102 for the season. Deltgen earned a no decision, pitching 11+
innings, fanning five and allowing four runs, three of them earned. Paul Martinez (2-4) earned the win as he provided two hitless innings of relief, after
playing the first 11 innings in left field.
Perillo finished the day 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored to pace the Mariners offensive effort. Andrew Langlais was 3-for-6 with an RBI,
while Clayton Boegler went 2-for-7 with two runs scored.
Neither team was able to score in their first three at-bats, but each plated three runs during the fourth and fifth innings.
The Mariners got their first run without a hit in the fourth inning as Perillo earned a lead-off walk and advanced to third on consecutive passed balls.
A sacrifice fly by Matthew Radke gave Mitchell a 1-0 lead. Ethan Graynor followed with a triple to right center in the next at bat and would score as Jared
Bishop singled on the first pitch of his at-bat.
John Jay got one of the runs back in the bottom half of the inning as Jason Witten reached base on an error and advanced to second when a pick-off
attempt went into the stands. He advanced to third on a ground out and scored on a single by Steven Kendrick.
An RBI double to right center by Perillo with two out in the top of the fifth scored Boegler to give Mitchell a short-lived 3-1 lead. The Bloodhounds
tied the score in the bottom of the inning, putting runners on second and third with no out. Massoni’s ground out to first scored James Podlucky. Xavier
Perez drove in the game-tying run with a line drive to left field that Paul Martinez left his feet for but could not snag.
The first three extra frames saw plenty of scoring chances for both sides, but neither could get the go ahead run across the plate.
Mitchell put its first two runners on base in each the 10th and 11th inning, but stranded five runners in those two innings. John Jay got a runner to
second in the 11th inning, but a fly out ended the threat.
The Bloodhounds threatened again in the bottom of the 12th inning as Benjamin Beiro earned a lead-off walk. Facing his first batter, Martinez fielded
a bunt by Jason Witten and forced Beiro at second base for the first out. He then fanned Luis Guzman and induced a ground ball to second to preserve the
tie.
Ethan Graynor appeared to give Mitchell the alleged go ahead run in the eighth, scoring Perillo with a sacrifice fly. John Jay tied the game in the
ninth inning as Massoni doubled to left with one out, scoring Xavier Perez, and sending the game to extra frames.
Game 4 • #1 Baruch 6, #3 Staten Island 5
Con Edison Player of the Game Marcos Mejia blasted a pair of two run homeruns over the left field wall to lead top-seeded Baruch College to a 6-5
win over the College of Staten Island Friday evening at the 2009 CUNY Athletic Conference Baseball Championship at Keyspan Park. The win advances
the Bearcats, 18-14, to the title game of the championship.
“I just wanted to make something happen,” said Mejia. “I was seeing his pitches really well, and was just trying to stay calm and relaxed and make
something happen.”
Mejia’s first homerun came in the bottom of the fifth inning, with John Avona on third and two out. It evened the game 3-3. His second round tripper came in the bottom of the seventh inning, with the Bearcats down 5-4, Manuel Guerrero on first base and one out. Mejia finished the game 2-3 with
four RBI and two runs scored.
The seventh inning homerun came after CSI (19-19) had retaken the lead with a two-run top of the inning. Thomas DeWaters reached on an error
to lead off the inning and advanced to second two batters later when Steve Hession reached on an infield single. The duo advanced on an error by starting
pitcher Daniel Brudie and another base on a sacrifice fly from Anthony Fortunato, scoring DeWaters and tying the score 4-4. Patrick Gale singled to left
field to plate Hession for the go-ahead run.
Ryan McGuire (2-2) earned the victory for the Bearcats throwing 2.1 innings of hitless relief, fanning two batters. Brudie allowed five runs, four of
them earned, in his 6.2 innings of work. He allowed eight hits and did not walk or strikeout a batter.
Patrick Gale (3-3) took the loss on the mound for CSI, throwing eight innings. He allowed six runs, five earned, on seven hits, while fanning five
batters.
The Dolphins struck first in the game, building a 3-0 lead, with single runs in the second, third and fourth innings. Mark Glennerster had two of
those RBI, singling to score Sal Todaro in the second and scoring Tom DiPietro with a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning. Patrick Gale had a sacrifice fly
in the third to score Devon DiCasoli. The Bearcats got one run back in the bottom of the fourth inning, before tying the game in the fifth on Mejia’s first
homerun.
Baruch took its first lead of the game, 4-3, with an unearned run in the bottom of the sixth inning. Jorge Rosado worked a one-out walk and then
stole second base, coming around to score on an error on a ball hit by Joseph Valentin.
2009 CUNY TOURNAMENT RECAPS
Game 5 • #4 Mitchell 6, #3 Staten Island 2
Fourth-seeded Mitchell College scored six runs in the seventh inning to earn its first-ever trip to the championship game, defeating The College of
Staten Island 6-2 at the 2009 CUNY Athletic Conference Baseball Championship at Keyspan Park.
The Con Edison Player of the Game Andrew Langlais struck out seven batters as he allowed just one earned run, in earning the complete game victory for the Mariners. He also worked out a bases-loaded walk in the seventh-inning, forcing in the game-tying run. Langlais gave up just six hits in the
contest.
“Andy gave us a great effort, really stepping up in a big spot,” said Mitchell head coach Len Farquhar. “For him to go the distance in this game was
key for us as we advance and need to win two more times if we are to capture the title.”
Langlais retired the first 10 batters he faced, but back-to-back singles in the fourth by Devon DiCasoli and Patrick Gale put runners on the corner
with one out. Tom DiPietro sent a fly ball down the right field line that was caught, but was deep enough to score DiCasoli for a 1-0 lead.
The Mariners struggled to plate runs in the first six innings, as CSI starter James Mardikos worked in and out of trouble. Mitchell was 1-10 with runners in scoring position, stranding 13 runners over the first six innings, before breaking through in the seventh frame.
Matthew Radke worked out a lead-off walk to start the seventh, and Stephen Mojica took over on the mound for CSI. He retired the first batter
on a fielder’s choice ground ball, but would not retire another batter. Mojica hit the next batter, John McGarry, with a pitch, before inducing a potential
inning ending ground ball that was misplayed by Anthony Fortunato, loading the bases.
The walk issued to Langlais tied the game, and Paul Martinez followed with an RBI single to give Mitchell the lead. Clayton Boegler followed with
a double to left center, playing two more runs, and ending Mojica’s afternoon. Martinez scored on a wild pitch by Chris D’Antuono, the third CSI pitcher
of the inning and Jeffrey Perillo singled to center field to score Boegler and give the Mariners a 6-1 lead
Boegler went 4-6 with two RBI for Mitchell, while Jared Bishop was 3-5 with a run scored. The Mariners stranded 16 runners in the game.
DiCasoli and Michael Madalone both had two hits in the game for CSI.
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1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
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1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
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Queens
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Staten Island
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18-8
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13-11
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21-13
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19-12
4-2
20-11
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26-13
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20-16
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11-3
19-14
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n/a
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Lehman
CSI
Mickey Garcia
Kevin Crombie
Tom Tierney
Willie Diaz
Michael Cortazzo Jason Anarumo
Juan ‘Kiko’ Reyes
Joe Frittitta
Juan ‘Kiko’ Reyes
Lehman
CSI
CSI
Lehman
Lehman
CSI
Lehman
John Jay
Lehman
Pitcher of the Year
Mike Cosumano
Kevin Crombie
Michael Cortazzo
Mike McInnis
Ramon Pena
Marcus Rodriguez
Brian Burik
School
CSI
CSI
Lehman
John Jay
Baruch
John Jay
John Jay
Frank Sansonetti
Eric Sorensen
Frank Sansonetti
CSI
John Jay
CSI
John Testa
Rich Pasquale
John Urrico
CSI
CSI
CSI
Robert Benjamin
Miguel Jaquez
Miguel Jaquez
Miguel Jaquez
Stephen Hillmann
James DeCesare
Seth Nowakowski
Richard Gomez
Jorge Rosado
Baruch
John Jay
John Jay
John Jay
John Jay
John Jay
Mitchell
CCNY
Baruch
Peter Park
Nick Secchini
Nick Secchini
Nick Secchini
Rob Motacki
John Dobkowski
Salvatore Messina
Jeremy Chapman
Michael Colletta
Baruch
CSI
CSI
CSI
NJCU
John Jay
Mitchell
Mitchell
John Jay
Q: What inspired you to play college athletics?
RY: I followed in the footsteps of my good friend Robert Turbiak who was playing hockey for John Jay and convinced
me that JJC needed good players. I enrolled in JJC to play
hockey and earn a degree so that I could attain a career in
law enforcement. The hockey team soon disbanded and I
asked Coach Lou DeMartino if I could try out for the baseball
team. Baseball was, and still is, my favorite sport.
with all Sports and Recreation personnel. I help organize
basketball, softball and other special events at CSI. I love
athletics!
Q: What would you say to current student-athletes, as they
look forward to their next chapter in life?
RY: Have fun, get school-serious and you must complete a
degree. CUNY is the best bang for the buck! We have a great
faculty, excellent facilities and a supportive and dedicated
staff. Being an athlete is great for the mind and body but it
does not make you a complete person. At some point, you
must make a career decision and always ask questions of
others while seeking help. Never do everything alone.
Q: How did you decide upon attending John Jay?
Rob Yurman: I enrolled at JJC to get a degree in Criminal
Justice and make a career out of law enforcement. I also
had a few close friends who were older and loved the
school.
Q: Can you tell us a single standout moment, while you
were in college?
RY: I can give you many, on and off the field, but here’s two
that stand out. I remember our first CUNY Championship
in 1977, I pitched against CSI in the last game of the season
to clinch the title. Our Florida trips were infamous, but I
remember our star pitcher Bob Mulligan beating Miami
Dade College. The Dade team members were shocked!
Q: Tell us about your greatest athletic achievement or
game, and why it still impacts you today?
RY: At the time, I think it was my sophomore year, I held
the record for earned run average in DIII with a 0.75 ERA.
It was broken by Mr. Mulligan the next year. He recorded
a 0.54 and was drafted by the Minnesota Twins. However,
my greatest achievement was surviving the Florida trips.
Q: How would you sum up the influence your college
coaches have made on your life?
RY: I would simply say that it was the happiest four years
I’ve ever spent in any school. My experiences and friendships have lasted to this day. Coach DeMartino was my
second father. He gave us a lot of leash, but expected all
of us to work hard and give our absolutely best effort. He
supported us in school and always kept in touch with us
after I graduated. When I entered the masters program,
I made a point to visit Lou every chance I got. When he
passed in 2002, I was devastated!
Q: Talk about being on a team, and the relationships it
fosters. Do you still keep up with your old teammates?
RY: Yes, a large group of us meet annually at the Lou DeMartino memorial dinner. We golf regularly and call each
other constantly. My teammates are really my soulmates.
I truly love those guys!
Q: Do you find difficulty keeping up with baseball, now
that your focus is on your career?
RY: I watch a lot of CSI games: Baseball, basketball and
Softball. I know all of our coaches and have a good rapport
ROB YURMAN
Robert Yurman played baseball at CUNY’s John Jay College
for Criminal Justice from 1977-80. A right-handed pitcher for
legendary head coach Lou DeMartino, the Bloodhounds won
the CUNYAC title three consecutive seasons from 1977-79. In
’78, Yurman set the Division III record for earned run average
(ERA) in a season at 0.75. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree
(BS) in Criminal Justice (‘81) and his Master’s (MPA) in Public
Administration (‘97). For over twenty years, Yurman has been
working at the College of Staten Island, where he is currently
the Associate Director of Public Safety. He also teaches literacy
for the Continuing Education department at CSI.
“Rob and I came in as freshmen together in 1976,
we quickly became very good friends, Rob was
also a great teammate. He always but the team
before himself, even when he had to skip a turn
in the starting rotation, he never complained. He
had and still has a tremendous sense of humor in
any situation. People appreciate that. We remain
great friends to this day,”
Bob Mulligan, Yurman’s teammate, who was drafted out
of John Jay by the Minnesota Twins and is the current head
coach at Monsignor Farrell High School.
Q: What led you to your current career path?
RY: JJC groomed me for a career in law enforcement and
when I graduated I was on every civil service list as well as
being sought after by certain federal agencies. When an
internship opened up at CSI, I accepted the position. I was
called for some of the civil service positions but accepted a
permanent position at the College. I am ever grateful that I
did, I’ve been here since. I love it here!
Q: How did being a student-athlete help you in your career
or personal life?
RY: I still play hoops twice a week, hockey once a week and
starting May, intramural softball once a week. I also golf
as much as I can squeeze in. Even though I’m much older,
playing sports makes me feel younger. I’m always around
student-athletes so why not act like them and compete with
them.
Q: As an alumnus, do you keep up with John Jay?
RY: Not as much as I should, only because my life has shifted
to CSI. I do see my teammates often and Bloodhounds Head
Baseball Coach Dan Palumbo when he comes to our campus.
I attend Lou’s dinner annually, it’s the least I can do.
Q: Can you tell us your final thoughts about your experience as a student-athlete?
RY: It was my best four years in any institution! I talk to CSI
coaches and tell them that if it wasn’t for Lou and the baseball program I would not have graduated and would have
entered the work force. I am truly indebted to CUNY, JJC and
CSI for a great education and the chance to live the life I presently have. My experiences and memories are many and I
would not have traded it for anything else.
cuny results in the ncaa
division iii championships
1991
New York Regional
1992
New York Regional
1996
New York Regional
Ithaca 8, Staten Island 7
Staten Island 6, St. Lawrence 5
Staten Island 8, Montclair State 3
Staten Island 11, Ithaca 8
Ithaca 6, Staten Island 3
Staten Island 2, Rensselaer 0
Staten Island 5, Ithaca 3
Ithaca 5, Staten Island 1
Ithaca 7, Staten Island 3
Rensselaer 6, John Jay 2
Oswego State 2, John Jay 1
cuny results in the ecac
metro ny/nj championships
1982 Semifinals
Final
1984 Semifinals
1986 First Round
Semifinals
1989 Semifinals
Final
1991 Semifinals
Final
1996 Semifinals
Final
1997 Semifinals
1999 Semifinals
2000 Semifinals
Final
2002
Semifinals
2003
Semifinals
2006
Semifinals
Final
2007
Semifinals
Brooklyn 17, John Jay 4
New Jersey Tech 10, Brooklyn 8
New Jersey Tech 12, John Jay 2
Kean 6, Staten Island 2
John Jay 9, Jersey City 3
Kean 12, John Jay 1
Jersey City 6, Staten Island 5
Kean 5, John Jay 4
Lehman 16, Drew 6
Staten Island 5, Upsala 2
Lehman 9, Staten Island 3
Staten Island 18, Ramapo 5
Kean 8, Lehman 5
Staten Island 6, Kean 3
Lehman 4, Mount St. Mary 3
Staten Island 15, John Jay 10
Lehman 11, Staten Island 10
Mount St. Mary 11, Staten Island 5
St. Joseph’s 13, John Jay 12
Drew 10, Staten Island 5
SUNY-Old Westbury 9, John Jay 8
Staten Island 11, Drew 0
Staten Island 9, FDU-Madison 3
FDU-Madison 18, Staten Island 5
FDU-Florham 7, Staten Island 2
John Jay 11, Manhattanville 7
Rutgers-Newark 10, John Jay 4
Richard Stockton 10, John Jay 2
cunyac tournament champions (1983-2009)
Year
Champion
Record (CUNY) Runner-up
Score
Stadium
Winning Coach
1983
John Jay
n/a
Queens
17-5
n/a
Lou DeMartino
1984
John Jay
n/a
Lehman
11-6 Shea
Lou DeMartino
1985
John Jay
n/a
Lehman
11-5 Shea
Lou DeMartino
1986
Staten Island
17-12
John Jay
4-2 Shea
Matt Rozzi
1987
Lehman
25-8 (8-0)
Staten Island
4-3 Shea
Nick Nikou
1988
Staten Island
14-15 (7-1)
John Jay
4-3 Shea
Matt Rozzi
1989
Lehman
18-10 (8-2)
Staten Island
9-4 Shea
Michael Fleischer
1990
Staten Island
26-5 (9-1)
John Jay
5-2 Shea
Fran Hirschy
1991
Lehman
18-8
Staten Island
7-5 Shea
Michael Fleischer
1992
Staten Island
29-7
Lehman
14-10
Queens
Fran Hirschy
1993
Staten Island
15-9
Lehman
5-1 Yankee
Fran Hirschy
1994
CCNY
10-12 (2-2)
Lehman
7-3
St. John’s
Basil Tarasko
1995
Lehman
21-13 (3-1)
Staten Island
5-0
Yankee
Steve Macias
1996
John Jay 21-13 (7-1)
Staten Island
5-4
Yankee
Lou DeMartino
1997
Staten Island
26-13 (5-1)
John Jay
10-7
CSI
Bill Cali
1998
Staten Island
20-11 (6-0)
John Jay
6-2
Lehman
Bill Cali
1999
John Jay
19-12 (5-1)
Staten Island
12-9
CSI Lou DeMartino
2000
Staten Island
20-11 (4-2)
Lehman
5-4
CSI
Bill Cali
2001
Baruch
17-16 (3-3)
Staten Island
5-3
Yankee
Scott Losche
2002
John Jay
9-24 (2-4)
Staten Island 9-8 (10 inn.) CSI
Dan Palumbo
2003
Staten Island
20-16 (5-1)
Lehman
9-3
CSI
Bill Cali
2004
Staten Island
14-15 (8-2)
John Jay
10-8
CSI
Bill Cali
2005
Staten Island
14-24 (11-5) New Jersey City
5-4
NYSEG
Bill Cali
2006
Staten Island
24-16 (14-4) John Jay
7-4, 9-7
CSI
Bill Cali
2007
John Jay
27-15 (16-2) CCNY
9-7
CSI
Dan Palumbo
2008
Staten Island
22-10 (11-4) John Jay
8-7
CSI
Bill Cali
2009
Baruch
19-14-1 (8-2) Mitchell
6-5
Keyspan
Jose Torres
Most Valuable Player
none selected
none selected
none selected
none selected
Nelson Fernandez
Victor Reich
Mickey Garcia
Kevin Crombie
Tom Tierney
Willie Diaz
Paul Ambrus &
Anthony Formica Lernie Lozada
Juan Coronado
Joe Frittitta
Jason Anarumo
John Testa
James Priest
Tom Consolmagno
Peter Park
Mike Ramirez
Eric Zinke
Chris Hemmes
Mike Liconti
Anthony Piccirillo
Tim Murphy
Eric Waldhelm
David Chestnut
School
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Lehman
CSI
Lehman
CSI
CSI
Lehman
CSI
CSI
CCNY
Lehman
John Jay
CSI
CSI
John Jay
CSI
Baruch
John Jay
CSI
CSI
CSI
CSI
John Jay
CSI
Baruch
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