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March-16-05 No. 5 Miami Shuts Down Rutgers, 13-2
MIAMI, FL – A trio of lefties limited Rutgers to just three hits through seven innings as No. 5 Miami beat the Scarlet Knights, 13-2, tonight at Mark Light Stadium in the only meeting between the two teams this season. RU starter Aaron Kalb (Middletown, NJ) lasted just 3.2 innings, allowing 10 hits and seven runs, to suffer his first loss of the season.

March-15-05 RU Baseball Falls at Florida Atlantic 10-6
BOCA RATON, FL - Florida Atlantic University picked up its fourth consecutive win with a 10-6 win over Rutgers Tuesday night at FAU Stadium. FAU scored 10 runs on 12 hits as it improves to 13-5 on the year. The Scarlet Knights even their record at 6-6.

March-13-05 FIU Blanks Rutgers, 9-0, in Series Finale
MIAMI, FL – After posting 20 hits and scoring 14 runs, both season highs, on Saturday, the Rutgers baseball team managed just four hits in a 9-0 Sunday loss to FIU at University Park.

March-12-05 Hook, Spicer Hit and Pitch Rutgers Past FIU, 14-10
MIAMI, FL – Junior Steve Hook (Langhorne, PA), inserted into the game as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning, hit a solo home run in his first at bat and a three-run blast in his second to lift Rutgers past FIU, 14-10, this afternoon at University Park. Sean Spicer (Pearl River, NJ), who pitched 2.2 innings last night, earned the win in relief with 3.2 shutout innings and helped his own cause with a ninth inning solo home run. The Scarlet Knights, who banged out a season-high 20 hits, snapped a three-game losing streak to improve to 6-4, while FIU fell to 14-6.

March-11-05 Rutgers Baseball Falls Short in Opener with FIU, 9-7
MIAMI, FL – With two on and two outs in the top of the ninth, a fly ball from Dave Williams (Franklin, NJ) fell just shy of the left field wall as Rutgers dropped a frustrating, 9-7 contest to Florida International tonight in Miami. With the score tied at 5-5 in the seventh, Nick Cadena drilled a two-run homer to to put FIU ahead, as the Golden Panthers scored twice in each of their final two at bats before holding off the Scarlet Knights in the ninth.

March-06-05 Rutgers Baseball Drops Doubleheader at ODU
NORFOLK, VA – With Saturday’s game postponed due to rain, the Rutgers baseball team played two games at Old Dominion this afternoon, dropping both ends of the doubleheader, 13-8 and 12-5. The Monarchs, who lost to Rutgers 11-2 on Friday, scored five runs in the first inning of game one and four in the first inning of game two to fuel their sweep. Rutgers is now 5-3 overall, while ODU is 11-6.

March-04-05 Rutgers Baseball Opens Series with 11-2 Win over ODU
NORFOLK, VA – Seniors Rich Canuso (Monroe, NJ) and Colin Gaynor (Toms River, NJ) and junior Johnny Defendis (Staten Island, NY) each collected two hits and two RBI to back a strong effort from starting pitcher Aaron Kalb (Middletown, NJ) as Rutgers defeated Old Dominion, 11-2, this afternoon in Norfolk. Kalb improved to 2-0 by allowing just two runs in 6.0 innings of work, while sophomore Sean Spicer (Pearl River, NY) picked up his second save with three shutout innings of relief. RU is now 5-1, while ODU falls to 9-6.

March-01-05 Frazier Named One of Country’s Top Freshmen by Baseball America
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Third baseman Todd Frazier (Toms River, NJ) has been rated the 24th best freshman in the country by Baseball America through a survey of Major League Baseball scouts and scouting directors. Frazier, whose older brother Jeff was an All-American last season with the Scarlet Knights, is the only BIG EAST freshman cited on the top 50 list. He was also named the conference’s top newcomer in the college preview edition of the magazine.

February-26-05 Rutgers Baseball Outlasts No. 13 GA Tech, 10-9, in 13 Innings
ATLANTA, GA – Redshirt freshman Tim Woodhull (West Windsor, NJ), a converted catcher with just one previous inning under his belt, pitched four shutout innings for his first collegiate victory as Rutgers rallied three different times before finally knocking off Georgia Tech, 10-9, in 13 innings.

February-25-05 Big Inning Carries No. 13 Georgia Tech Past Rutgers, 11-6
ATLANTA, GA – Wes Hodges hit two home runs and a double in his first three at bats and No. 13 Georgia Tech scored eight times in the sixth inning to break the game open and defeat Rutgers, 11-6 in the series opener at Russ Chandler Stadium. Freshman Todd Frazier (Toms River, NJ) homered and added four RBI to pace the Scarlet Knights.

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