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Manhattan Jaspers hire Masiello to run men’s program


(courtesy of Manhattan College via wikipedia commons)

Louisville Cardinals assistant coach Steve Masiello has been hired to run the men’s basketball program at Manhattan College.

Masiello replaces Barry Rohrssen, who was fired by the Jaspers after a 6-25 season and an overall record of 59-85 in five years.

Manhattan College, founded in 1853, is a private Catholic school located in the Bronx suburb of Riverdale, New York, 10 miles from midtown.


compiled from staff & Manhattan College atheltics news


Courtesy of the Ohio Athletic Conference


Hitter: Mount Union junior center fielder Greg Ferrell from Uniontown/Green, was 14-of-28 (.583) with nine hits for extra bases and 1.208 slugging percentage. He had six doubles, three homers and 18 RBI. Ferrell did not commit an error in the field with 24 putouts and an outfield assist.

Kyle Lindquist Marietta (mc)

Greg Farrell Mt. Union (mtuc)

Pitcher: Marietta sophomore Kyle Lindquist of Columbus,Ohio and Worthington Kilbourne High School pitched 12.1 innings of work with no earned runs, seven hits, 11 strikeouts and three walks during the Pioneers’ spring trip. Lindquist threw five scoreless innings of relief, allowing just one hit against Rhodes, and then allowed one unearned run on three hits, while  pitching six inning against McMurray.


Hitter: Mount Union junior second baseman Alex Lucak of West Jefferson, hit .424 with a team-best four doubles, three home runs and nine RBI to help lead the Purple Raiders to a fourth place finish in the NFCA Leadoff Classic with a 7-3 record, including wins over two nationally ranked teams. She also scored six runs with a .818 slugging percentage.

Pitcher: Wilmington sophomore Kylie Ford of South Vienna/Northeastern, posted a 2-1 record in four starts during the Quakers spring trip. Ford struck out 41 batters and gave up only six earned runs in 24.1 innings and fired her first career no-hitter in Wilmington’s 8-0 win over Wheelock College.


Men: Baldwin-Wallace freshman Joe Horvath of North Royalton, posted a 5-1 record at the #four singles/#3 doubles positions on the Yellow Jackets’ spring trip. He carries an 11-1 overall singles record and a 10-1 overall doubles record.

Women: Mount Union senior Kacey Huff of Louisville, led the Purple Raiders to a successful spring trip with a 3-1 record at the #1 singles and #1 doubles positions with wins over Gettysburg, St. Francis and Catholic. Huff’s only loss was to Division II Tiffin. The team overall is at 6-2.