Spartan baseball looks to return to championship heights

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Spartan baseball looks to return to championship heights

The Spartans who missed the playoffs after two straight appearances look to return to winning ways

The Spartans who missed the playoffs after two straight appearances look to return to winning ways

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The Spartans who missed the playoffs after two straight appearances look to return to winning ways

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The Spartans who missed the playoffs after two straight appearances look to return to winning ways

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Last Season Record: 24-15

Last Season UAA Standing: 4-4, tied for second in UAA (Rochester University)

Last Season Standing: Ninth in Mid-Eastern Region

Top UAA Rival: Emory University

Top Rival: Marrietta University

Returning Seniors: Eddie Abramson, Neal Krentz, Lee Penzarella, Connor Tagg, Zack Tobias

Newcomers: 11

Season Kickoff: Feb. 20 at Shenandoah, 12 p.m.

First Home Game: March 25 against Pitt.-Greensburg 3:30 p.m.

Head Coach: Matt Englander (10th Season)

Team Accolades: Six straight seasons of 24 wins or better. 49th best NCAA Division III with .295 batting average and 6.0 runs a game. 3.63 combined team ERA. UAA Champions in 2013, 2014.

Player Accolades: Josh Neal: Team High batting average .309 with 24 RBI. Jake Shields: All-UAA Second Team, All-Mideast Region Third Team. Neal Krentz: Pitched first no-hitter in UAA Championship Tournament Play. Tony Damiano: UAA Baseball Hitter of the Week