Baseball - Archives 2017
Crusader student-athletes are leaders on and off the playing field!
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held event with faculty and coaches.
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross baseball team is set to host their fourth annual Diamond Club Golf Outing and Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 22. The golf tournament will take place at the Cyprian Keys in Boylston, Mass. and will begin with a shot gun start at 12:00 p.m. The outing will be followed by a buffet dinner with the team at 5:00 p.m.
Several Crusader athletic teams participated in the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk.
Holy Cross baseball head coach Greg DiCenzo has announced the team's incoming freshman class for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Holy Cross baseball head coach Greg DiCenzo has announced the hiring of Ed Kahovec as an assistant coach with the program. Kahovec joins the Crusaders after spending the past four seasons as head coach/assistant athletics director at Bard.
Four Holy Cross baseball student-athletes are set to compete in the Cape Cod Baseball League Playoffs, with the opening round of postseason play beginning tonight. The Cape League is the premier amateur baseball league in the nation with a total of 292 alumni competing at the major league level in 2015.
The opportunity to play baseball for one of the Patriot League's best programs and to study mathematics at a top academic institution was enough reason for Brendan King to choose Holy Cross when coach Greg DiCenzo was recruiting him a few years ago.
Worcester – When it came time to switch uniforms to transform into a Worcester Braveheart this spring, the transition was probably the simplest for Shrewsbury's Danny Barlok than any other team member.
Former Holy Cross baseball student-athletes Sean Gustin (Class of 2016) and Donny Murray (Class of 2015) are competing with the Utica Unicorns of the United Shore Professional Baseball League (USPBL) based in Utica, Mich.