January 17, 1947 is a historic day in Suffolk Athletics history as Charles Law, the department’s first-ever Director of the Athletics, penned a letter to Tufts announcing the formation of the University’s baseball team.

71 Years and 93 days later, the self-proclaimed Mutts made more history, capturing the program’s 1000th win in an 11-2 decision at Norwich April 21, 2018. The 1K milestone has only been reached by 17.1 percent of active NCAA Division III programs with the Rams of Suffolk becoming the 66th team to accomplish the feat.


WIN 1: APRIL 26, 1947 - SUFFOLK 11, CALVIN 0

In its second-ever contest, Suffolk found its way in the win column and did so in shutout fashion as the then-Royals blanked Calvin, 11-0, at Cleveland Circle.

George Duffy earned the win on the hill with an eight-strikeout, three-walk effort through 6.0 innings before being relieved by Tom Cunniffe, who sat down six hitters. Ralph Cidlevicz propelled Suffolk’s offense with a 2-for-3 effort and three runs scored.

Suffolk would go on to take down Calvin again in the final game of the season – win 7 – to take home the Beacon Hill Championship.

WIN 2: APRIL 30, 1947 - SUFFOLK 9, WENTWORTH 8 - 10 INN


Suffolk held an 8-6 lead heading into the home half of the ninth where Wentworth stormed back with a pair of runs thanks to back-to-back walks to level the playing field and send the game into extras. The Rams plated the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th on back-on-back doubles and O’Brien’s arm took the Leopards down in order to secure the victory.

In the outing, Nicholas Pappas, who recorded the game-winning RBI, recorded the first-ever jack in Suffolk history before starting pitcher Dick Long matched Pappas dinger two batters later in the fourth frame.



Gerry Cohen threw the first no-hitter in Suffolk baseball history as the starting pitcher sat down nine hitters in a 1-0 victory over Gordon. The hurler walked six batters in the complete-game shutout.

WIN 81: APRIL 10, 1964 -- SUFFOLK 2, LOWELL TECH 0


A new era of Suffolk baseball began in 1964 as George Doucet took over the reigns as head coach. Doucet debuted in winning fashion with a 2-0 shutout over Lowell Tech.

Ralph Walker led off the top of the fourth with a single and broke open the scoring on a passed ball. The 1-0 lead held until the sixth when Dennis Caron’s single plated Ronnie Cinnilli to give the Rams a 2-0 edge.

Caron kept Lowell Tech off the scoreboard as the hurler commanded the mound with a 13-strikeout, two-walk, complete-game shutout.

WIN 100: APRIL 5, 1967 -- SUFFOLK 6, BRANDEIS 3

Suffolk’s 19th season opened with a milestone, the program’s 100th victory, a 6-3 decision over Brandeis.

Third baseman Bob Gallante’s stat line featured one hit with two runs and a sac fly, while Suffolk’s centerfielder, captain Bob Ford, scored twice. On the hill, Buzzy Bordon earned the victory with closing help from Jack Daly.

WIN 106: APRIL 10, 1968 - SUFFOLK 9, LOWELL TECH 3


For its first Division II victory, Suffolk broke open the scoring in the second, stretched its lead to four in the fourth behind three runs. Lowell Tech then responded with one run of its own to remain in the mix, before it added another run an inning later to cut the deficit in half. The Rams put a pair of runs on the board in the sixth to regain a 6-2 margin and a three-run ninth made it a 9-2 Rams’ game. Lowell Tech attempted a comeback, plating one run in the ninth, but could not come any closer for the final 9-3 decision.

WIN 159: APRIL 19, 1974 - SUFFOLK 3, CLARK 2


Multiple firsts were checked off with a 3-2 victory over Clark April 18, 1974 as Suffolk secured its first win as a Division III program and first under Tom Walsh’s guidance.

Clark got on the board in the third and Suffolk leveled the playing field two innings later before the team’s traded runs in the seventh.

Suffolk’s catcher, Carroll, scored the winning run in the eighth on a Cougars error to secure the win for the Rams.


WIN 212: MARCH 30, 1982 - SUFFOLK 15, CURRY 4


A seven-run fourth frame buoyed Suffolk baseball to a convincing 15-4 victory over Curry, Joe Walsh’s first win as the Rams manager.

Trailing 3-0, Suffolk scattered seven runs over the fourth inning and went on to pile three runs in the fifth and sixth, respectively, and two more in the seventh for the offensive onslaught.

Centerfielder Pisa collected four RBI on a 2-for-5 effort, while second baseman Romano went 3-for-5 with one double for three RBI and one run scored. Third baseman Clancy completed the Rams with multiple hit efforts on a 2-for-5 outing with one double and one triple for a pair of RBI and runs scored.

On the hill, Wood earned the decision after a three-run, five-hit, six-walk, seven-strikeout, 6.0-inning outing. Blanchard worked 3.0 innings of relief, allowing one run on four hits with three punchouts.

WIN 300: 1988 - SUFFOLK 9, STONEHILL 6

WIN 304: 1988 - SUFFOLK 3, RIC 2


Suffolk capped off its 1988 season by taking the nightcap of a doubleheader with the Anchormen of Rhode Island College, 3-2, to secure the series sweep and head coach Joe Walsh's 100th victory.



Joe Walsh locked up his 200th victory on Suffolk’s bench in Clearwater, Florida, a 9-5 win over Fitchburg State.

Fournier threw a five-run, nine-hit, five-walk, six-strikeout game through 8.0 innings to earn the victory win. Dunn picked up the save with 1/3 inning of work in the ninth.

Kelleher, Suffolk’s catcher, and right fielder Anderson each provided a 3-for-5 performance at the plate. Kelleher, who had two doubles, brought in one run and scored one, while Anderson had a pair of RBI and one run scored.

WIN 428: 1996 - SUFFOLK 11, CONCORDIA 6


WIN 500: MARCH 23, 1999 -- SUFFOLK 15, BABSON 0


Suffolk was halfway to 1K on March 23, 1999.

Behind a complete-game, no-run, six-hit, one-walk, seven-strikeout effort from Peter Quinn, the Rams shutout Babson for their 500th victory.

Three different Mutts combined for four jacks with Joe Robillard going yard twice. John O’Brien and Gabe Soto got in the dinger fun with one apiece.

WIN 514: MARCH 26, 2000 - SUFFOLK 22, SOUTHERN VT. 1


Suffolk began the GNAC era with an offensive onslaught over Southern Vermont as the Rams needed just four innings to defeat its new conference counterpart, 22-1.

Six different Rams recorded multiple hit outings paced by Nick Melchionna's 3-for-3 effort with two doubles for one RBI and three runs scored. Joe Duca went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles to bring in four runs and score three himself.

WIN 527: APRIL 11, 2000 - SUFFOLK 3, WNE 2


Suffolk sealed a doubleheader sweep over Wester New England with a 3-2 nightcap decision, which also went down as Cary McConnell’s 100th as the Rams’ manager.

After defeating the Golden Bears easily, 17-3, in five innings to open the series, a three-run seventh inning sent Suffolk over WNE in the closer.

Peter Quinn went the distance on the mound for the blue-and-gold, allowing two runs on four hits, two walks with 10 strikeouts. Mike Anastasia, who went 1-for-4, scored the winning-run for the Rams on Bryan McManaway’s single.

WIN 534: 2000 - SUFFOLK 14, RIVIER 4


Suffolk sealed up its first GNAC season and did so with an undefeated league ledger after displacing Rivier 14-4 in the series finale.

The Mutts put up three runs in the first and second, respectively, before the Raiders responded with four runs in the third to trim the margin to two. The comeback would be no match for the Mutts, who scored six runs in the fourth and added two more in the fifth to put away Rivier.

Three different arms worked the mound for the Rams with Peter Quinn earning the victory with a no-run, no-hit, two-walk, four-strikeout, relief effort over 2.2 innings. Mike Monagle had a day at the dish with six RBI on two hits, both of which went for extra bases – one double, one triple – to go along with one run scored.

WIN 537: APRIL 30, 2000 - SUFFOLK 2, WNE 1


Suffolk lifted the GNAC trophy for the first time with a 2-1 win over Western New England.

After the Golden Bears got on the board first in the fourth, Suffolk played catchup and used a two-run fifth to take a 2-1 edge it would not relinquish.

Peter Quinn dealt the Rams to victory, allowing just one run on five hits and sat down an impressive 16 hitters for the win on the hill.

Gabe Soto, who went 3-for-4 at the dish, brought in the tying-run for Suffolk before scoring the go-ahead run himself.

WIN 543: MAY 13, 2000 - SUFFOLK 12, TUFTS 3


Suffolk added onto its memorable 2000 campaign with its second title, the ECAC Championship Crown, thanks to a 12-3 victory over Tufts.

The Rams scored early and often to build a 9-0 advantage the Jumbos could not touch the rest of the way, despite scattering three runs over the final two frames.

Jared Leach produced four hits in his five plate appearances to lead Suffolk’s offense with three RBI and two runs. Nick Melchionna also brought in three runs off three hits, including a pair of doubles, to go with one run scored.

Jeff Russel threw a complete game, letting up just three runs on six hits and two walks with seven strikeouts.

WIN 544: MAY 20, 2000 - SUFFOLK 7, ENDICOTT 2


In its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Regional tournament, Suffolk found itself in the win column in the second round with a 7-2 win over Endicott at Hadlock Field.

The Rams took an early two-run lead in the second with runs by Joe Duca and Mike Anastasia and stretched the lead to three with a solo shot by Mike Monagle that opened the fourth.

Endicott trimmed the margin to one after one run in the fourth and fifth, respectively, but a pair of runs in the seventh and eighth secured the 7-2 victory for Suffolk.

Duca paced the pack at the plate with a 3-for-5 effort, which featured one double, to bring in one run and score two himself. Monagle (2-5), Nick Melchionna (2-3) and Jeff Russell (2-5) each had two-hit days with Monagle knocking a ball out of the park.

On the hill, Maximo Nunez went the distance, picking up the win. He allowed a pair of runs (one earned) on six hits and three walks with nine strikeouts.

WIN 545: MAY 21, 2000 - SUFFOLK 7, TRINITY 6


Suffolk capped off a historic season with its second-straight NCAA DIII New England Regional victory, a 7-6 win over Trinity. The triumph marked Suffolk’s 38th of the season, which still stands as the most victories in a single season to this day.

Down 5-3, heading into the home half of the eighth, Suffolk gained the edge, 7-5, thanks to a four-run inning. The Rams took advantage of a pair of errors by Trinity to earn the victory.

Peter Quinn picked up the win in 1.2 innings of scoreless relief work. He took over for Jeff Russell, who allowed six runs on 11 hits, four walks and sat down seven through 7.1 innings.

Mike Anastaisa provided the bulk of the offense on a 3-for-5 outing, which featured one triple, for four RBI. Joe Duca’s bomb accounted for two RBI with the designated hitter scoring twice.



Trailing by two after Albertus Magnus brought two across in the second, back-to-back hits in the bottom of the sixth - a double by Pat Murphy and a triple by Bryan McManaway – leveled the playing field at two-apiece.

The Falcons regained a one-run margin in the top of the sixth, but not for long as Kris Stokes, who singled, evened the score once again after six complete innings.

The Rams finally flipped the switch in the seventh with one run, which was scored by Mike Maguire, and added an insurance tally on a sac fly by McManaway that plated Murphy, who tripled, for the 5-3 advantage heading into the top of the ninth.

Anthony Del Prete sat down the first hitter and walked the second before Suffolk turned the 463 double play to seal GNAC glory for the second time.

Del Prete earned the save after throwing two scoreless innings of relief with a pair of walks and three strikeouts. John Kollek picked up the win after dealing 7.0 innings. He allowed three runs, one earned, on six hits, one walk and sat down three batters.

McManaway led the way at the plate with a 3-for-3 effort with one triple, one sac fly, three RBI and one run scored.

WIN 600: MARCH 17, 2003 - SUFFOLK 14, MACALESTER 8

An early 5-2 held true as Suffolk took down Macalester in Fort Myers, Florida, to lock up it’s the Rams’ 600th win.

Matt Batchelder was the main force at the dish with a 3-for-4 effort with one double, one homer for four RBI and two runs scored. Mike Rigazio and Bryan McManaway each went 3-for-4 with one extra-base hit, respectively. McManaway went yard for four RBI and a pair of runs, while Rigazio doubled, brought in one run and scored once himself. Pat Young plated three runs on a homer and scored twice.

Brian Blumsack earned the win in 1.0 innings of relief work with one run allowed on three hits. He came in for starter John Kolleck who let up seven runs (five earned) on eight hits and three walks with three strikeouts over the first 4.2 innings. Bill Waters picked up the save with 1.1 inning of scoreless relief.

WIN 627: MARCH 17, 2004 - SUFFOLK 13, EDGEWOOD 5


Cary McConnell became the second-ever Suffolk manager to eclipse the 200-win mark as Suffolk handled Edgewood, 13-5, in the midst of a its 2004 Spring Break trip in Clearwater, Florida.

The Rams scored one run in each of the first three innings, a pair in the fourth and another run in the fifth to gain a 6-3 edge. Edgewood made things interesting with a two-run seventh that cut Suffolk’s lead to one, but a heavy seven-run eighth by the Rams made up more than enough ground and made it a 13-5 game in favor of the blue-and-gold.

Rams’ relief pitcher Steve Durant took care of business in the top of the ninth to lock up the win on the hill.

Durant earned the save on the hill with 2.2 innings of relief, allowing just one run one on walk with a pair of strikeouts. Justin Waskiewicz picked up the win after giving up four runs (three earned) on five hits and three walks over 6.1 innings with three Ks.

Offensively, Suffolk saw four different Rams have three-hit days led by Mike Maguire, who led of the game with a homer and went on to finish with two of his three hits going out of the park for three hits and two runs scored.

WIN 677: MAY 1, 2005 - SUFFOLK 6, WNE 1


WIN 700: MARCH 26, 2006, SUFFOLK 29, SOUTHERN VT. 0

WIN 727: MAY 10, 2007 - SUFFOLK 6, SJC 4


Cary McConnell became the first Suffolk skipper to reach the 300-win mark as the Rams defeated GNAC rival Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 6-4.

After falling behind 1-0, the Rams made up ground with a two-run second and remained in front from there. The teams traded a pair of runs in the sixth, before Suffolk scored another two runs in the seventh to take a 6-3 advantage over the Monks. Looking for a comeback, St. Joe’s managed to put one run across in the seventh, but Suffolk held them there to take the 6-4 victory.

WIN 749: APRIL 19, 2008 - SUFFOLK 4, JWU 3


For the second time in Suffolk baseball history, the Rams went perfect in the GNAC regular season. The Rams secured perfection with a thrilling 4-3, 10-inning victory over Johnson & Wales April 19, 2008.

Bobby Barrett scored the winning run, his second of the day, on a Wildcats error to lock up the 14-0 league ledge for the Rams.

WIN 783: APRIL 26, 2009 - SUFFOLK 16, SJC 6


Suffolk’s fourth conference crown came in a winner-take-all showdown with the Monks. After St. Joe’s pulled off a dramatic victory in the first game of the day, erasing a 4-0 deficit to beat the Rams, 6-5, and force the extra game. Suffolk grabbed GNAC glory with a convincing 15-6 win in the final game of the league tournament.

Suffolk’s lineup was firing on all cylinders throughout the weekend as the Rams combined to hit .382 in the three games, scoring 42 runs off Monks’ pitching. Mark Addesa, who was named the GNAC Tournament MVP, led the way with a .350 average throughout the weekend, going 7-for-2 with nine runs scored, six RBI and was outstanding defensively with nine putouts and 20 assists. Rory Gentile (.444, 2 HR, 8 R, 11 RBI), Bobby Barett (.411, 8 RBI, GS) and Alex Torres, who picked up the win in the clincher, (4R, 6 H, 2 Ks) joined Addesa on the all-tournament team.


Senior left-hander Marc Doyle allowed two unearned runs over 6.2 innings of work to lead Suffolk to a 5-3 victory over Bridgewater State, marking the Rams’ 800th win in program history.

Doyle threw 120 pitchers, scattered eight hits, walked two and struck out five in his first victory of his senior season.

Trailing 2-1 after one inning of play, Suffolk tied the game up in the top of the second on an RBI groundout by Mark Annese. The Rams took the lead for good with a pair of runs in the top of the fourth on back-to-back RBI groundouts by Eric Del Buono and Addesa. Chris Stanley drove in Suffolk’s fifth run of the game with an RBI groundout in the fifth.

Doyle also provided a punch at the plate with as one of two Rams with multiple hits with a pair of singles. Andrew Babb joined Doyle with a pair of hits with a double and a base hit.

WIN 827: APRIL 30, 2011 SUFFOLK 7, JWU 2

McCONNELL's 400th

Suffolk played its way out of the losers’ bracket of the GNAC tournament as it handled Johnson & Wales with ease as Matt Sliney pitched a complete-game four-hitter to guide the Rams to a 7-2 victory.

The win marked the 13th consecutive season that the Rams reached the 20-win plateau and Cary McConnell’s 400th career win as Suffolk’s head coach.

Sliney was the story in the win as he pitched 6.1 innings of no-hit baseball before the no-no was broken up with a single through the left side of the infield. The sophomore southpaw would keep the Wildcats off balance all night as he fanned seven, only allowing four hits and two earned runs.

The Rams jumped out quickly, scoring twice in the first frame before opening things up in the fourth with four runs to go ahead 6-0.

Jake Cintolo added insurance in the eighth as he connected on his first homer of the season to finish the night with a 3-forf-5 effort and a pair of RBI.

WIN 900: APRIL 27, 2014 - SUFFOLK 11, JWU 3 (13)

A monster eight-run 13th inning sent Suffolk past Johnson & Wales, 11-3, in the GNAC tournament, which marked the Rams’ 900th win in program history.

Trailing 2-1 heading into the top of the eighth, Suffolk came back with Mac Jacobson scoring the tying run on a double by Jake Cintolo to force the extra inning.

The teams’ swapped one run apiece in the 11th before the Rams ran away in the 13th with eighth runs, all of which came with two outs.

Mike Muse and Justin Knight were the only Rams to have multiple hits in the marathon contest with the thir baseman and shortstop recording two apiece. Jon Lapolla brought in three runs on his hit, a double, and scored one himself, while JC Collette had a pair of RBI on one hit as well.

Relief pitcher Jhonneris Mendez earned the win after throwing 5.2 innings of relief work. He let up just one run on three hits and three walks and sat down six. Mark Fusco (1.1 IP, 0 R, 2 H) and Steve Chamberland (6.0 IP, 2 R, 5 H, 5 BB, 1 K) also worked the hill for the rams.



Suffolk took down ECAC DIII New England Tournament host and top-seed Roger Williams, 8-1, to earn the championship crown.

Freshman Matthew Brenner, who was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player after hitting .538 (7-13) over the three games with five RBI, two doubles and three runs scored, led the way in the championship contest as he was 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI in the victory.

In the victory, Devan Jones set a milestone as he became just the fourth player in Suffolk program history to record 200 career hits. Jones reached the mark in the fourth inning as he singled up the middle. He would go on to add a double as part of a 2-for-5 day with two runs scored.

Freshman Tim Conroy went the first 7.0 innings on the hill for the Rams and improved to 4-3 on the year after scattering seven hits and just one run in his outing with three strikeouts. Senior Jhonneris Mendez closed out the day for Suffolk with 2.0 scoreless innings with two Ks.



Sophomore Luke Ronchi hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning to help lift Suffolk to a 7-6 victory over St. John Fisher in the 2015 season opener, which dueled as Anthony Del Prete’s first contest as the Rams’ head coach.

Senior Josh Desai earned the win in relief after throwing the final 3.0 innings for Suffolk with five strikeouts to his credit. Sophomore Kyle Turner pitched the first 6.0 frames. He struck out seven hitters, while allowing just five hits.

All nine hitters in Suffolk’s lineup managed to reach base on the day as they put together a 10-hit attack in the win.

WIN 923: APRIL 26, 2015 - SUFFOLK 4, JWU 3 (13)


Suffolk captured the 2015 GNAC Championship with a 4-3 walk-off victory in 13 innings over Johnson & Wales at historic Holman Stadium in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Suffolk scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the 13th when junior Drew Carter came around on an errant throw. Carter led the inning off with a double to the left center gap. After an intentional walk to senior Adam Johnson, freshman Alec Costanza laid down a perfect bunt on the third base side. The throw to first would meet Constanza at the bag as it escaped with Carter rounding the third base bag and coming home to capture the title for the Rams.

Junior Cal Carroll threw seven innings of scoreless relief in the victory.

WIN 957: 2016 - SUFFOLK 5, SJC 4


Suffolk earned back-to-back GNAC Champ status behind a 5-4, 10-inning victory over Saint Joseph’s (Maine).

After falling in Sunday’s championship opener, 8-7, despite a 5-for-5 effort from Brady Chant, the Rams rallied in the winner-take-all game to hoist the trophy for the second straight year.

With Suffolk up 4-2, the Monks would bring a flare for the dramatics in the ninth, scoring a pair of runs to even the game. Rob Marks led off the extra inning with a sharp groundball to second that was misplayed. Following a wild pitch, Jon Lapolla walked before another wild pitch would advance the runners, forcing for an intentional walk to Jake Frasca. Greg Speliotis came off the bench to draw the third base on balls in the inning for the go-ahead run.

Frasca pitched a scoreless 10th for his second save of the season and the Rams second straight league title.

WIN 982: 2017 - SUFFOLK 1, JWU 0


Suffolk baseball claimed its third straight conference crown as the Rams blanked Johnson & Wales, 1-0, behind a stand-up day from senior RHP Chuck Gibson.

It took a while to get going, 6.5 innings to be exact, but Matt Brenner started the scoring for Suffolk in the home half of the seventh. The senior catcher barreled a single to left field, moved over on a 43 ground out from Greg Speliotis and rounded the bags thanks to A deep single to left by classmate Luke Ronchi.

Suffolk’s defense stood talk as Gibson commanded the Rams on the mound. He ensured the Rams to hold onto the lead as he kept a Wildcat stranded on third with his fifth strikeout on the night in the eighth.

After a scoreless eighth for the blue-and-gold, Gibson showed composure and secured the win. The right hander sat down the final three Wildcats to secure Suffolk’s threepeat.

WIN 984: MAY 18, 2017 - SUFFOLK 4, #18/22 ST. JOHN FISHER 0


For the first time in over a decade Suffolk baseball found itself in the win column at the NCAA regional as the Rams shutout #22/18 St. John Fisher, 4-0.

Chuck Gibson put together a complete-game, five-hit, three-walk, nine-strikeout day to lift the Rams to victory.

Suffolk gained an early 1-0 edge in the third and pushed its lead to four after a three-run eighth, while Gibson was backed up by the Rams’ defense to keep the Cardinal off the board and secure the shutout, the first NCAA shutout in Suffolk history.

WIN 985: MAY 19, 2017 - SUFFOLK 1, #25 ARCADIA 0 (11)

Ryan Pordes and #25 Arcadia’s Jake Lloyd matched zeros for 9.0 full frames before the Rams walked-off in the 11th inning against a drawn-in, five-man infield to advance to advance in the NCAA New England Regionals in a contest that opened on Friday, May 18 and ended in the early hours of Saturday, May 19.

The game hinged on the mound as just three base runners on both sides reached through the first five frames.

Matt Brenner’s single through the left side opened the rally in the bottom of the 11th. Pinch hitter Curtis Tirone reached on a fielding error by Knights’ shortstop Justin Chasmar. Back-to-back fielder’s choices put all the ducks in the pond and set-up the walk-off with just one out. BJ Neil was at the dish and sent a two hopper to second base, where Arcadia’s right fielder was brought in. Bryan Gillen bobbled it allowing the winning run to come in and send Suffolk into the winners' bracket.

Pordes held the Knights scoreless through 9.0 innings, allowing just four hits, two walks and striking out three, before being relieved by Fusco, who picked up the win as he kept Arcadia without a run, giving up just one hit and one walk to go along with one K through 2.0 innings.

WIN 989: MARCH 24, 2018 - SUFFOLK 3, #1/3 UMASS BOSTON 1


Suffolk got an early edge and held onto it to successfully down No. 1/3 UMass Boston in game two of a non-conference doubleheader.

Charles Batchelder grabbed the win as the junior gave up just one unearned run on three hits and five walks through 7.0 innings. Mark Fusco earned the save with no runs, no hits and no walks one with K through 2.0 frames of relief.

Offensively, Brady Chant had a multi-hit day with a 2-for-3 effort for one RBI with one walk and a pair of steals to lead the way for the blue-and-gold.

WIN 1000: APRIL 21, 2018 SUFFOLK 11, NORWICH 2

Suffolk continued its strong GNAC play with its fourth conference doubleheader sweep, downing Norwich 11-2 in the nightcap to secure the program’s 1000th victory.

The Rams became the 66th NCAA Division III program and first-ever GNAC institution to reach the 1k milestone.

Brady Chant and Seth Coiley each produced a season-high RBI. Two of Chant’s three hits were doubles as the centerfielder recorded four RBI, scored twice and stole one base. Coiley, meanwhile, matched Chant’s three-hit output with one double for three RBI and two runs scored.

Mark Fusco kept his record unbeaten against conference counterparts as the senior RHP let up just two runs on four hits and one walk with six Ks.

ALL-TIME RECORD 1000-715-9 (.583)

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