Last Saturday’s 7-0 win against Albany was a momentous one for the Stony Brook baseball team—not just because it was the Seawolves’ first conference win of the season, but because righty hurler Frankie Vanderka no-hit the Great Danes. This was the third time the senior sociology major has thrown a no-hitter since his freshman season in 2011.
While many Stony Brook sports fans were still feeling depressed over their basketball teams’ disappointing losses to Albany, the university’s baseball team put together a weekend to remember by sweeping the Great Danes. The highlight of the three game series came early Saturday afternoon when senior pitcher Frankie Vanderka pitched his third career no-hitter.
Baseball went 1-for-3 this weekend in conference play against Binghamton, splitting Saturday’s doubleheader and dropping Sunday’s matchup. Although they had a dominant lead going into the final inning of Saturday’s…
Senior right-hander Tyler Johnson tied a Stony Brook record in an impressive fashion against Kansas on Friday. Johnson picked up his 25th career victory, which tied him with Jon Lewis ’05, by allowing just four hits in eight innings.