Huskies Home Opener Against UMass Gets Spoiled, Ends in a Tie

Story by Khalin Kapoor The Northeastern Huskies (6-5-1) tied the UMass Minutemen (1-2-1) on Tuesday afternoon at Parsons field, spoiling the Huskies home opener. This game ended prematurely due to a lack of lighting, with the umpires deeming playing conditions unsafe once the sun set. The game would have gone on to extra innings in

A Look into 2022 CAA Conference Play

By Justin Chen The Huskies ran through a weaker CAA North Division and then won the tournament en-route to a 20-3 conference record during the 2021 season. With the conference schedule returning to the regular slate this season, Northeastern will see more matchups when CAA play rolls around in April.  UNCW: The CAA runner-up will

Northeastern Huskies Look to Dominate in Regular Season Schedule After Conference Win

By Catherine Morrison To no one’s surprise, Northeastern topped the CAA preseason poll after winning their first conference tournament last season and advancing to the NCAA playoffs. Starting pitcher Cam Schlitter was chosen as the 2022 CAA preseason co-player of the year, and joined four of his teammates in the preseason All-CAA team. Last season,

Northeastern Baseball’s Top 10 Plays of 2021

By Milton Posner No point in a protracted intro here. This team was good. They did fun stuff on the field. Here’s a top 10 list of that stuff. #10: Fairly Spectacular The narrative on first baseman Ian Fair solidified somewhat early this season, and it relayed that the CAA Preseason Player of the Year,

Huskies End Season With NCAA Regional Loss, Remain Hopeful for Future

Story by Catherine Morrison and Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker FAYETTEVILLE, AR — After everything that happened during the 2021 Northeastern baseball season — the 20-game win streak, the 26 runs in a game, the new single-season home run record, the walk-off home run to win their first-ever CAA Championship, and the berth in

NU Huskers Beat NU Huskies

Northeastern will face NJIT in a win-or-go-home NCAA Regional game Saturday at 2 PM CT (3 PM ET). Click here to hear Milton Posner and Catherine Morrison call the game live. Story by Catherine Morrison and Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker FAYETTEVILLE, AR — For the first three innings of Friday night’s game, it

Huskies Win First-Ever CAA Championship as Viera Walks It Off

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker WILMINGTON, NC — As the Northeastern Huskies celebrated on Brooks Field, as they doused their coach with ice water and raised their first-ever CAA Tournament trophy toward a cloudy North Carolina sky, the only question to ask was how. Not “how did they win it”; this was,

AUDIO: Malgeri and Viera Go Yard To Earn First-Ever CAA Championship For Northeastern

Heading into the bottom of the ninth, Northeastern trailed UNCW 10–9. The Seahawks send Landen Roupp, the CAA Pitcher of the Year, back to the mound after two-plus innings of relief work. Roupp had struck out nearly every Husky he’d faced, and it looked as though the Huskies were toast. But Ben Malgeri and Max

Huskies Punch Ticket to Winner-Take-All Game With Dramatic Doubleheader Win

Northeastern will play a winner-take-all game against UNCW for the CAA Championship on Sunday at 1 PM Eastern. Click here to hear Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair call the action. Story by Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair Photos by Sadie Parker WILMINGTON, NC — What stands out about Saturday, perhaps more than anything else, is

Huskies Drop Tournament Game to Seahawks, 8–4

The Huskies will rematch Charleston on Saturday at 1 PM, with a rematch against UNCW at 5 PM if they win the first game. Click here to hear Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair call the action live from Wilmington, North Carolina. Story by Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair Photos by Sadie Parker WILMINGTON, NC —

Huskies Run Away with CAA Tournament Opener

Northeastern will play their next CAA Tournament game on Friday, May 28 at 7 PM against the winner of the UNCW–Elon game. Click here to listen as Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair call the action live for WRBB. Story by Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair Photos by Sadie Parker WILMINGTON, NC — It was as

Huskies Close Regular Season with Series Win Over Tigers

Northeastern begins CAA Tournament play on Thursday May 27 at 3 PM Eastern, with additional game times and opponents determined by tournament results. Milton Posner and Jack Sinclair will call all Northeastern games for WRBB. Story by Khalin Kapoor and Jack Sinclair Photos by Sadie Parker TOWSON, MD — The 2021 Baseball season has been

Huskies Drop Series Capper to Blue Hens, 9–7

Story by Catherine Morrison Photos by Sadie Parker NEWARK, DE — On a sweltering Sunday afternoon, the Northeastern Huskies (30–8, 18–2 CAA) looked to put themselves back together after a devastating Saturday loss to the Delaware Blue Hens (12–22, 8–16 CAA) that ended their NCAA-best 20-game winning streak. Wyatt Scotti was tapped to start for the

Northeastern Just Played the Weirdest Doubleheader I’ve Ever Seen

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker NEWARK, DE — A cursory glance at Saturday afternoon’s doubleheader between Northeastern and Delaware reveals a pair of games that make so little sense juxtaposed against one another that watching both was enough to give you vertigo. In the first, the Huskies, who entered riding an NCAA-best

19 and Counting: Early Onslaught and Schlittler Shutdown Defeat Delaware

By Milton Posner NEWARK, DE — You ever looked at a playoff probability chart for a presumed title contender at the start of a season? The one that tells you they have a 95 percent chance of making the playoffs, then skyrockets to 99-point-whatever percent within two weeks as it becomes clear that the team

18 and Counting: Huskies Topple Pride, 10–3

By Milton Posner What seemed in the early stages like another Northeastern blowout, then like a war of bullpen attrition as Hofstra made a late-inning rally, wound up being another Northeastern blowout after all. A 10–3 win boosted the Huskies to a 16–0 conference record (28–6 overall) and extended their win streak to 18 games,

Huskies Extend Win Streak to NCAA-Best 16

By Adam Doucette BROOKLINE, MA — Northeastern baseball continued their NCAA-leading win streak Saturday with a doubleheader sweep against the Hofstra Pride. The two wins moved them to 14–0 in conference play and 26–6 overall, and built their win streak to 16 games. “We try to have fun with it,” Northeastern head coach Mike Glavine

Pride and Pop Outs: Huskies beat Hofstra 13–1

By Jack Sinclair BROOKLINE, MA — When a team wins, and keeps winning, it can be extremely difficult to find areas to improve. But for the 23–6 Northeastern Huskies, who came into this weekend with a 13-game winning streak, improving comes naturally. Northeastern and Hofstra met on the Friedman Diamond for the first of a

Huskies Sweep Tigers for 13th Straight Win

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sarah Olender BROOKLINE, MA — The first three games of the Northeastern–Towson series were largely defined by quality starting pitching, difference-making defense, and the sort of persistent small ball teams play when the wind plucks fly balls out of the air. But on Sunday afternoon . . . all

Northeastern Keeps Rolling with Doubleheader Sweep of Towson

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — Saturday’s doubleheader featured a near-perfect eight-inning start, weather-related havoc, the end of a two-year-old streak, a go-ahead home run, a straw hat, a golden necklace, and, albeit to a lesser extent, a dog. It also featured two wins by the Northeastern Huskies, who topped

Huskies Ensnare Tigers in Series Opener

Story by Milton Posner BROOKLINE, MA — Heading into this weekend’s series against Towson, Northeastern head coach Mike Glavine emphasized the recent successes of his starting pitchers, who ceded five measly runs to Delaware across 25 stellar innings last weekend. Among them was freshman phenom Cam Schlittler, who tossed seven innings of one-run ball in

Huskies Sweep Blue Hens to Stay Undefeated in Conference

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — Saturday’s doubleheader was a showcase of just how many ways Northeastern can beat you. In the first game it was about bunts, the running game, and elite pitching, as the Huskies eked out a 3–1 victory. In the second it was relentless and overwhelming

Huskies Blow Away Delaware in Doubleheader Sweep

Story by Khalin Kapoor Photos by Sarah Olender BROOKLINE, MA — On a tempestuous Friday afternoon, the Northeastern Huskies (17–6, 5–0 CAA) grinded out two tough wins against the Delaware Blue Hens (8–12, 4–6 CAA), winning game one 1–0 and game two 6–5. With these wins, Northeastern remains undefeated in CAA play despite dealing with

Huskies Conquer Warriors, 12–5

Story by Milton Posner Photos by Sarah Olender BROOKLINE, MA — For the first three and a half innings of Wednesday afternoon’s game, the Merrimack Warriors, a squad playing its first full season in Division I, could dare to dream of upsetting the Northeastern Huskies, a squad with a .700 winning percentage. The Warriors jumped

Huskies Bring out the Brooms for Doubleheader Sweep at Hofstra

Story by Khalin Kapoor Photos by Sadie Parker HEMPSTEAD, NY — The Northeastern Huskies (14–6) swept the Hofstra Pride (9–9) in a Saturday doubleheader, winning game one 3–2 and game two 13–5. Northeastern was able to grind out a victory in game one due to stellar pitching from starter Kyle Murphy and clutch hitting from

Huskies Fall to High-Flying Eagles

Story by Khalin Kapoor Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — The Northeastern Huskies (10–6) fell to the Boston College Eagles (14–13) 5–3 on Tuesday afternoon in a slow-paced and mostly uneventful game. The Eagles scored two runs in the second inning and didn’t look back, never relinquishing their lead and leaning on their talented

Huskies March Past Minutemen for Doubleheader Sweep

Story by Khalin Kapoor Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — The Northeastern Huskies (10–5) secured a three-game weekend sweep on Saturday afternoon against UMass (7–8), winning the doubleheader games 5–2 and 4–3. Throughout the day, the Huskies were powered by dominant starters Cam Schlittler and Sebastian Keane along with potent hitters Ben Malgeri, Jeff

Huskies Conquer Minutemen, 18–1

Story by Catherine Morrison Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — Friday afternoon’s game was overcast and humid, and the Northeastern Huskies brought the rain. Northeastern (8–5) went through their entire lineup in the first inning against UMass (7–6) starter Jack Steele, who looked to be struggling with his windup, throwing almost sidearm with a

Huskies Shut Out Bulldogs for Third Straight Win

Story by Catherine Morrison Photos by Sadie Parker BROOKLINE, MA — Northeastern (7–5) continued their winning streak on a chilly Tuesday afternoon against Bryant (2–7), scoring five and shutting out the Bulldogs. The theme for the Huskies this season has been feast or famine. Northeastern will stack the runs early, then lose the lead in

Olson Walks it Off Against River Hawks

Story and photos by Peyton Doyle BROOKLINE, MA — A close game in any sport will cause palpable tension to form. In baseball, each pitch could cause an eruption of joy or a sting of regret. There is no clock, the pitcher dictates the pace, and the hitter adjusts as best they can. In no other

Northeastern Splits Doubleheader Against UMass Lowell

By Catherine Morrison The Northeastern Huskies (5–5) split a doubleheader with the UMass Lowell River Hawks (1–7) Friday afternoon at Parsons Field. In the first game, Northeastern starter Kyle Murphy settled in, striking out eight and only allowing four hits and three earned runs. Murphy, who battled command issues in his previous start, breezed through

Huskies End Season With Semifinal Loss to Drexel

Story by Justin Diament and Milton Posner Photos by Jordan Baron HARRISONBURG, VA — “Whenever it ends, it ends.” “It’s like you’re on a treadmill, you’re running about ten miles an hour, and somebody hits the stop button. And everything stops. Your mind, the players’ rhythm, ‘what time is practice tomorrow’, ‘what are we doing’, ‘what

Northeastern Falls 3–2 to Old Dominion After a Walk-Off in the 11th

By Sarah Olender In a hard fought series, Northeastern (3–4) lost the final game against Old Dominion (8–3), 3–2 in eleven innings Sunday afternoon.  There weren’t many parts of the game that had the socially distanced crowd in Norfolk, Virginia standing up to cheer, but this close game was one of the most exciting because

Northeastern Beats Old Dominion in 6–5 Comeback Win

By Sarah Olender Friday’s game brought the Huskies a disappointing walk-off loss after a hard-fought back-and-forth battle. On Saturday, Old Dominion (7–3) scored all of their runs in one third-inning barrage, and spent the rest of the game stranding runners. Throughout the game, Northeastern (3–3) chipped away at the Monarchs’ lead. Sebastian Keane took the

Huskies Battle Monarchs, But Battle Battles Back

By Catherine Morrison On a windy and cold Friday afternoon, Northeastern (2–3) faced Old Dominion (7–2) in Norfolk, Virginia in the first in a three-game series. Northeastern was coming off an 11–2 drubbing of UMass on Wednesday, but was in for a different affair on Friday, when a rollercoaster of emotions ended in a walk-off

Northeastern Routs UMass, 11–2

Photos by Sadie Parker Story by Milton Posner With their second double-digit scoring effort in as many days, Northeastern (2–2) notched an 11–2 win over UMass (0–1) Wednesday afternoon at Parsons Field. The Huskies scored in five of the first six frames, including nine runs across the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings to put the

Grand Slam Lifts Huskies to 14–11 Revenge Win over Wake Forest

By Sarah Olender After a 9–0 loss last night, the Northeastern baseball team couldn’t be expected to be in high spirits. It couldn’t have been easy to return for a third game against the No. 17 Wake Forest team that dominated in every facet of the game. Still, the Huskies started strong, with Scott Holzwasser

Northeastern Trampled by Wake Forest

By Jordan Baron and Sarah Olender It was Northeastern baseball’s second game of the season, and anyone who watched yesterday’s matchup knows that Northeastern struggled in the first inning. That story didn’t change on Saturday, as the Huskies dropped their second game in a row, 9–0, to the No. 17 Wake Forest Demon Deacons in

Northeastern Baseball Falls to Wake Forest in Season Opener

By Jordan Baron These days, it’s pretty routine to find a baseball team at the AA level or higher where a majority of the pitching staff can throw 95 or higher. What’s abnormal is when a college team has that. But that’s exactly what the Northeastern Huskies faced in their Friday night season opener, as

Men’s baseball splits four-game series with Mizzou

By: Alexander Tsipis

On Friday, the Huskies began a four-game series against the University of Missouri Tigers at City of Palms Park in Fort Myers.  Led by 2017 freshman All-American Kameron Misner, the Tigers boast one of the most powerful lineups in the country (9.3 runs per game). The Huskies sent senior right hander Brian Christian to the mound in game one. The Tigers jumped on him early after a two-out double plated two in the first. But, Christian kept the Huskies in the game, allowing three runs on four hits in four innings of work while also tallying three strikeouts. Andrew Misiaszek threw three scoreless innings in relief for Northeastern before Mizzou was able to collect three, two-out hits in the bottom of the 8th, adding two late insurance runs. Across the diamond, Mizzou started Bryce Montes De Oca, a 6-foot-7 redshirt junior right hander who tops out at 99 mph. He kept the Huskies at bay, going 6 1/3 innings allowing four hits and a run while striking out eight as the Tigers beat the Huskies, 5-2.

Saturday featured a doubleheader between the Huskies and Tigers. Northeastern jumped out to an early 3-0 lead thanks to a pair of first inning doubles by senior shortstop Max Burt and junior infielder Ryan Solomon. The Tigers answered with a run in each of the next two innings. Huskies starting pitcher Tyler Brown was brilliant on the mound, allowing just those runs (one earned) before settling in and throwing six masterful innings. Huskies head coach Mike Glavine decided to go to the bullpen after a 6th inning home run by junior Jake Farrell gave the Huskies a 4-2 lead. Mizzou stormed back by putting a five-spot on the board in the bottom of the 7th, but the Huskies answered right back with three of their own in the top of the 8th. The Tigers scored one more in their half of the inning when an aggressive takeout slide broke up what would have been an inning ending double play.  Two quick outs in the top of the 9th left the Huskies trailing 8-6 and down to their final strike when sophomore Kyle Peterson walked, sparking a Huskies rally.  Junior Mason Koppens slapped a two-strike single through the left side and junior Charlie McConnell doubled down the left field line, securing a 10-8 comeback Huskies win. This was the program’s first victory over an SEC school.

Baseball takes sixth Beanpot championship

By Jake Fischer On Monday, the Northeastern Huskies baseball team descended on Fenway Park in search of the school’s sixth baseball Beanpot championship. Standing in their way was the University of Massachusetts Minutemen, also searching for their sixth Beanpot banner, but the Huskies were able to overcome a two-run deficit and take home the 2013