Franklin & Marshall baseball All-American Jonathan Cole was named to the Coastal Plain League (CPL) All-Star Team and will compete in the league’s 2019 All-Star Showdown in Savannah, Ga. at historic Grayson Stadium.
Student-athletes often have peaks and valleys in their collegiate careers and never has that been more evident than for Franklin & Marshall College baseball stalwart Dan Marano ’19, who left a remarkable legacy despite disappointing downtime.
Franklin & Marshall’s Jonathan Cole was named to the D3baseball.com 2019 All-America Second Team, announced on Tuesday. The honor is the first of Cole’s career as the standout righty became the program’s first All-American since Tim Sheridan in 1995.
Franklin & Marshall’s Jonathan Cole and Jack Buckley each landed on the 2019 American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings NCAA Div. III All-Region Teams. Cole earned a place on the First Team, while Buckley was announced as a Third Team selection.
Jonathan Cole was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Pitcher of the Year to lead a contingent of four Franklin & Marshall baseball players who earned a place on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) team, announced by the league office on Tuesday.
Franklin & Marshall fell in a pair of hard-fought games on Saturday in Baltimore, eventually seeing the team’s run in the Centennial Conference (CC) Baseball Playoffs come to a close with an 8-1 setback against No. 21 Johns Hopkins and a heartbreaking 8-5 (10 Innings) loss against Haverford.
Ace starting pitcher Jonathan Cole tossed an eight-inning gem to deliver Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team a crucial 2-0 shutout win against Haverford on Thursday afternoon in the opening game of the Centennial Conference (CC) Tournament.
Franklin & Marshall (26-13, 12-6 CC) heads into its 12th Centennial Conference Tournament and second straight, as the Diplomats are in search of their fifth CC Crown. The Diplomats last won the Tournament in 2013 with a 16-1 bashing of Hopkins in the Championship game.
A pair of crucial, late-inning insurance runs allowed Franklin & Marshall baseball to move one step closer to a Centennial Conference (CC) Playoff berth with a narrow 6-4 road win over Ursinus on Tuesday.
Franklin & Marshall enters the final week of the regular season with a 22-12, 9-5 CC record on the year and tied for second in the Conference standings. With just four games remaining, the Diplomats are in prime position to snag one of the four Playoff spots that are up for grabs. Johns Hopkins leads the way with an 11-3 CC mark, followed by Dickinson (9-5), F&M, and Haverford (8-6). Three teams are on the outside looking in with identical 7-7 records.
Franklin & Marshall’s Jonathan Cole earned his second-straight Centennial Conference (CC) Pitcher of the Week award, announced by the league office on Monday. Cole garnered the distinction for the second time this season and the third time of his career.
A barrage of runs in a dominant offensive performance led to a decisive 22-4 win for Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team over Haverford in game one on Saturday, before starting pitcher Jonathan Cole struck out 14 in the nightcap for the 3-1 Diplomat victory.
Franklin & Marshall starter Jonathan Cole collected this third straight weekly accolade by being recognized as an Honorable Mention selection for the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) National Pitcher of the Week award.
Franklin & Marshall starting pitcher Jonathan Cole was named to the D3baseball.com Team of the Week, announced on Tuesday. The accolade was the first of Cole’s career and the first by a member of the Diplomats this season.
In the longest-running series against an opponent for the Diplomats, now spanning 120 plus years and 176 contests, the Gettysburg Bullets hold a 111-64-1 all-time edge. However, the battle has been much closer in recent years with F&M leading by a 7-5 margin since the 2012 season.
Franklin & Marshall’s Jonathan Cole was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Pitcher of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the second of the year for a Diplomat pitcher, and the second of Cole’s career after earning the distinction in March 2018.
Franklin & Marshall baseball battled back from an early deficit in game one to claim a 9-5 win before starter Jonathan Cole slammed the door shut on Swarthmore’s offense for a 1-0 complete-game shutout in the nightcap as the Diplomats swept the No. 9-ranked Garnet on Saturday afternoon.
Franklin & Marshall baseball continues Centennial Conference (CC) action on Tuesday by facing a Washington team that the Diplomats met twice on the road last year and came away with two victories. The offense produced 23 runs in the second contest, five of which were driven in by Max Schwartz. The Diplomats hold a 20-game advantage in the 62 game series.