By Jake Sauberman, deputy sports editor Northeastern University (NU) baseball has been underway for over a month, but it’s the beginning of conference play that truly signals the beginning of ultra-competitive games. Squaring off against Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) rival Elon University, the Huskies got off to a strong start […]
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The next stretch of games for NU will be crucial; they finally start conference play, which decides the seeding for the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament at the end of the season.
The Huskies went 4-3 over the life of the tournament, starting on Saturday, March 4, against Ball State University.
After the exhibition against the Boston Red Sox, the Huskies remained in Florida throughout the weekend, taking on North Florida four times across three days.
Friday’s game marked Opening Day for the Huskies. Senior right-hander Mike Fitzgerald got the starting nod after serving as NU’s shutdown closer in 2016.
Joe Morgan, former MLB player and Red Sox manager, addressed the Northeastern team at the reception.
“I’m just thankful that we were able to go on a trip like that,” said head baseball coach Mike Glavine.
The Northeastern University (NU) baseball team was knocked out of contention in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament by the College of William and Mary, and the Huskies saw their season end despite notching two wins in the tourney.
Wrapping up its season by winning two out of three games against Towson University, the Northeastern University (NU) baseball team clinched its fourth-straight berth into the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament.
Despite three quality starts this weekend, the Northeastern University (NU) baseball team dropped two of three to the Elon Phoenix at Friedman Diamond. The Huskies’ weekday game against the Quinnipiac Bobcats featured more runs than the entire weekend combined.