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Baseball loses close game to Siena

Fairfield baseball (6-11) dropped the rubber match of a 3 game series to Siena College (6-14), Sunday afternoon, at Alumni Diamond. Although starter Jeremy Soule ‘15 was able to bring a no hitter into the...
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Men’s Baseball looks ahead

Before last season, the last time Fairfield’s baseball team qualified for the MAAC Tournament, all of the current players were in grammar school, still playing in Little League. But last season changed all...
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Fairfield’s ‘other’ baseball team

You may not have heard about them because they are rarely on an actual baseball diamond, but the club baseball team truly exemplifies what it means to play for the love of the game. "A lot of kids want to play baseball while still being a full-time student," said Dan Rogan '08.
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Baseball aspires to rebound from rough 2007 season

Last year, positions were not clearly established, resulting in players bouncing all over the field and lineup. The team featured just three seniors and had a lot of newcomers who saw significant playing time. With an entire season of experience under their belts and more defined roles, the Stags should see a continuation of the improvement they saw at the tail end of last year.
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Baseball Blasts Back Onto MAAC Scene

In late January, the MAAC Pre-Season Baseball Coaches Poll ranked Fairfield eighth out of 10 teams. Now, four weeks into conference play, the Stags are tied with Rider for fourth place. After taking away two wins from Iona this past weekend and improving to 6-5 in conference play, they're starting to turn heads.
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Baseball Sweeps Iona in Doubleheader

The Stags' baseball team seems to be back on track, recovering from a five game losing streak to sweep the Iona Gaels in a doubleheader at Fairfield on Saturday. The Stags outscored Iona 11-2 in the two games to move to 6-5 in MAAC play, putting them in fourth place in the conference.