Castleton University head baseball coach Ted Shipley and his staff will be offering a Sunday evening winter baseball program for boys and girls ages 9-18 for eight consecutive Sundays starting on January 13, 2019.
Castleton University placed 33 student-athletes from the sports of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, baseball, softball, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track and field on the 2017-18 North Atlantic Conference Winter/Spring All-Academic Team.
Recent Castleton University graduate Jonathan Lindau, catcher for the Spartan baseball team over the past two seasons, has been selected for the College Division team, made up of the top Division II and III seniors in New England, at the 44th annual New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) Joe Walsh All-Star Game.
For the second straight year, Davis Mikell has been recognized by the collegiate baseball coaches of New England, as he received Third Team Division III All-New England honors as a first baseman from the NEIBA, in conjunction with the ABCA.
Castleton University lost to top seed Rowan University, ranked second in the country in both major polls, 9-0, Thursday night to conclude the first day of the 2018 NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament Mid-Atlantic Regional at PeoplesBank Park.
The Castleton University baseball team left campus early Wednesday morning, making the close-to-seven hour bus trip down to York, Pa., for the Mid-Atlantic Regional of the 2018 NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament, with action scheduled to begin Thursday, May 17.
Castleton University will experience new surroundings for the 2018 NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament, as for the first time in eight appearances, the Spartans will play in the Mid-Atlantic Regional, hosted by the Middle Atlantic Conferences at PeoplesBank Park in York, Pa.
The Castleton baseball team was firing on all cylinders in the North Atlantic Conference Championship on Monday afternoon, belting a season-high 19 hits en route to a 22-5 victory over New England College to sweep the conference tournament and win its fifth consecutive title.
The Castleton baseball team used a late offensive surge and a strong relief appearance from Andy Kenosh to defeat Lyndon, 11-5, on Sunday in game four of the North Atlantic Conference Tournament at Spartan Baseball Field.
Behind a complete-game effort from Joe Gratton and one of the best offensive efforts of the season, Castleton University defeated the University of Maine, Farmington, 9-2, Saturday morning in the first game of the 2018 North Atlantic Conference Baseball Tournament at Spartan Baseball Field
The Castleton baseball team will chase its fifth consecutive North Atlantic Conference title when it hosts the league’s top four teams for the double-elimination postseason tournament May 5-7 at Spartan Field.
After helping lead the Castleton baseball team to the regular season North Atlantic Conference title with a 21-3 league record for the third consecutive year, five members of the Spartan squad have landed on All-NAC teams, announced Friday by the league office.
The coaches and student-athletes of Castleton University’s spring sports gathered at Casella Theater Thursday evening, May 3, to celebrate the success of the various programs, including the competitors leading those squads in their achievements.
The Castleton baseball team closed the books on its regular season with a doubleheader sweep at Colby-Sawyer, 9-3 and 6-1, Tuesday afternoon in North Atlantic Conference action at Kelsey Baseball Field.
After posting another strong week offensively to lead the Castleton baseball team to three more victories, Dillon Benham has been named North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week, announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
The Castleton baseball team took game one from Lyndon, 4-2, before falling in the night cap by a final score of 8-5 to earn a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader split against the Hornets on Friday afternoon at Skip Pound Complex.
The Castleton baseball team used a strong rally in game one and stellar pitching in game two to earn a doubleheader sweep over New England College, 12-8 and 4-2, Thursday afternoon in North Atlantic Conference action at Spartan Field.
With heavy playoff implications on the line, the Castleton baseball team will host New England College for a doubleheader on Thursday at 2 p.m. before traveling to Lyndon for a twin bill against the Hornets on Friday at the same time.
After being the walk-off warrior with back-to-back game-winning hits to cap off another 6-0 week for the Castleton baseball team, Mitchell Caron has been named North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week, announced Monday by the league office.
The late magic continued for the Castleton baseball team on Sunday, as the Spartans walked off twice more to complete the season sweep of Husson with 5-4 and 4-3 victories in a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader at Spartan Field.
The Castleton baseball team extended its winning streak to eight straight games with a pair of North Atlantic Conference victories over visiting Lyndon, 4-2 and 5-2, on a cold Friday afternoon at Spartan Field.