The New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association honored Brandeis senior Sean O'Hare with a berth on the roster of the Division II-III All-Star team, while Brian Lambert '98 was presented with their Kevin Burr Assistant Coach Award.
Junior Chris Ferro went 5-8 with a pair of doubles, but it wasn't enough as the Judges concluded the season with losses by the scores of 3-0 and 6-4 at the hands of the Bantams. The Judges close the season with a record of 8-31.
Judge seniors accounted for nine hits and 10 runs scored, while pitching four innings of effective relief, to earn the win in their last home game. Alex Tynan tossed 3.1 innings of five-hit ball out of the pen.
Sophomore Brian Ing tossed seven innings of five-hit ball, but host Endicott scored an unearned run in the eighth inning to give the Gulls a victory. Rookie 2B Tommy McCarthy went 3-3 with a run scored.
The Judges got a fine starting performance from junior Mike Swerdloff, who threw seven innings of seven hit ball, but the Lancers struck for three in the eighth and walked off with the win in the ninth.
Senior Zach Malis had three doubles in the first game and the team's only RBI in the second, but some costly errors allowed the visiting Mules to rally for the win in the opener, while fine pitching prevailed in game two.
The Judges had three doubles, a two-run triple by rookie Brian Allen and turned four double plays on the afternoon, but they couldn't stop the Anchormen, who had three different three-run innings to take the win in Providence.
Rookie Kyle Brenner tossed his third complete game of the season, but the host Jumbos, ranked No. 5 in New England and No. 21 in the nation according to the ABCA, rallied with two in the eight and two in the ninth for the win.
Despite the second home run of the season from senior Kenny Destremps, and a 2-for-3 performance with two runs and a double from sophomore Brian Ing, the baseball team's struggles continued in a loss to Corsairs.
Despite a complete-game four-hitter in the opener by junior Mike Swerdloff and a seven-inning, six-hit outing by grad-student Pat Nicholson, the Judges dropped decisions of 3-2 and 2-1 in extra innings.
Sophomore Brian Ing scored the Judges's first run and drove in the game-tying run to force the free baseball, but Brandeis couldn't hold the visiting Rams off the board in the 10th in dropping their second extra-inning affair of the season.
The Brandeis baseball team erased a 5-2 deficit with runs in the eighth and ninth innings, but the visiting Leopards scored six times in the first extra frame to deny the Judges their first win in New England.
Rookie Kyle Brenner pitched eight innings, his third outing of seven or more this season, and sophomore Brian Ing scored two runs, but Brandeis couldn't quite get over the hump against the Yellowjackets.
Junior Mike Swerdloff tossed eight-and-a-third innings on two days rest and rookie Kyle Brenner had a two-out, two-run double in the bottom of the eighth inning to lead the Judges over the Spartans in Florida.
Sophomore Colin Markel tossed his first career complete game,an eight-inning eight-hitter, and the Judges scored twice in the ninth inning, but their rally fell short against the streaking Bears, who have won 12 in a row.