• Kahl, Ney, Spinnenweber And Jordan Announced As Skyline Scholar-Athletes Of The Year
    August 13, 2019
    The Skyline Conference recently announced that four Mariners were named Scholar-Athletes of the Year in their respective sports for the 2018-19 school year – Christopher Kahl ’19 (Solomons, Md.) of men’s swimming & diving, Sam Ney ’19 (Vicenza, Italy) of men’s soccer, Andrew Spinnenweber ’19 (Pasadena, Md.) of baseball and then-freshman Lucas Jordan (Littleton, Colo.) of men’s cross country.
  • 76 Student-Athletes Named To Skyline Conference Winter & Spring Academic Honor Roll
    July 17, 2019
    The Skyline Conference announced its Academic Honor Roll for the 2018-19 Winter and 2019 Spring seasons on Tuesday and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy had a total of 76 student-athletes over nine different sports recognized for their hard work in the classroom during their respective seasons.
  • USMMA Celebrates 2018-19 Athletics Season At Awards Convocation; Gizzi And Spinnenweber Headline Award Winners
    June 14, 2019
    The United States Merchant Marine Academy held its 2019 Awards Convocation on Friday morning at the Ackerman Auditorium as part of Kings Point Weekend festivities, which culminates with commencement exercises on Saturday. Four major athletic award winners were announced during the ceremony – the Male and Female Athletes of the Year as well as the two Coaches of the Year – along with a number of other athletic awards and honors.
  • Four Mariners Selected To ABCA/Rawlings All-New York Region Teams
    May 29, 2019
    The American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) announced the 2019 ABCA/Rawlings Division III All-Region Teams on Tuesday and USMMA boasted four student-athletes over the three teams in the New York Region.
  • Spinnenweber Lands On All-ECAC First Team, Is One Of Six Mariners To Earn All-Region Accolades From ECAC & D3baseball.com
    May 24, 2019
    On Thursday, both the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) and D3baseball.com released their regional honors and a total of six members of the USMMA baseball team earned praise for their phenomenal seasons. 
  • Spinnenweber Earns Second-Straight Skyline Pitcher Of The Year Honor; Eight Mariners Land On All-Conference Teams
    May 09, 2019
    On Wednesday, the Skyline Conference announced the postseason award winners and All-Conference Teams for baseball and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy led all Skyline schools with eight student-athletes honored over the two teams, with senior starting pitcher Andrew Spinnenweber (Pasadena, Md.) also being selected as the Skyline Pitcher of the Year for the second-consecutive season.
  • Mariners’ Season Concludes On Day 2 Of Skyline Tournament
    May 06, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team lost two games on the second day of the Skyline Conference double-elimination tournament on Monday at Farmingdale State. In the opener, the Mariners rallied late, but were edged by the top-seeded Rams, 5-4, in 12 innings. Merchant Marine then lost the elimination game against #3-seed Old Westbury, 8-4. The Mariners end the season with a 28-11 record.
  • Skyline Baseball Tournament To Resume Monday
    May 06, 2019
    After two straight days of postponements due to poor field conditions and inclement weather, the 2019 Skyline Conference Baseball Double-Elimination Championship Tournament will resume later today, Monday, May 6.
  • Baseball Moves On To Day Two Of Skyline Tourney With 5-2 Win Over Old Westbury On Friday
    May 03, 2019
    The #2-seed U.S. Merchant Marine Academy baseball team won its first game of the Skyline Conference double-elimination tournament over #3-seed Old Westbury, 5-2, on Friday at top-seeded Farmingdale State.
  • Mariners Sweep St. Joe’s-Brooklyn As Notebaert Earns 200th Career Win
    April 27, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team swept Skyline Conference opponent St. Joseph’s-Brooklyn on Saturday, winning the first game 8-3, before taking the second, 4-1. With the two wins, Merchant Marine 11th-year head coach Michael Notebaert earned his 200th career victory. The Mariners end the regular season with a 27-9 record (14-4 Skyline), with the 27 wins a program record for the regular season, while the Bears fall to 15-19-1 (4-14 Skyline) with the losses.
  • Baseball Ranked Seventh In New York Region
    April 25, 2019
    The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy baseball team has been ranked regionally in the first NCAA rankings of the season, which were released on Wednesday. The Mariners check in at seventh in the New York Region.
  • Cunningham Lands On Skyline Baseball Weekly Honor Roll; Tuesday’s Home Game Against CCNY Cancelled
    April 23, 2019
    USMMA baseball senior Kyle Cunningham (Panama City Beach, Fla.) earned a spot on the Skyline Conference weekly honor roll for the week ending April 21, the league announced on Monday. The recognition comes after his performances in the Mariners’ three victories last week – a 6-5 road win at Staten Island on Wednesday and a doubleheader sweep at Moravian on Saturday. 
  • Mariners Sweep Moravian On The Road Saturday
    April 20, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team swept former Landmark Conference opponent Moravian College on the road on Saturday at the Greyhounds’ Gillespie Field, taking the first game, 10-8, before winning the second, 4-3.
  • Baseball Squeaks Past CSI Wednesday Night, 6-5
    April 17, 2019
    On Wednesday night, the USMMA baseball team traveled to the College of Staten Island and narrowly defeated the Dolphins by the final score of 6-5. The victory improves the Mariners’ record to 23-9, while CSI falls to 13-17.
  • Skyline Selects Hunt To Weekly Honor Roll For Baseball
    April 16, 2019
    The Skyline Conference announced on Monday that U.S. Merchant Marine Academy sophomore Andrew Hunt (Severna Park, Md.) was named to the league’s weekly honor roll for baseball for the week ending April 14. The recognition comes after his performances in two of the Mariners’ three wins last week in a 3-2 week for the squad.
  • Baseball Splits At Old Westbury On Sunday
    April 14, 2019
    The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy baseball team split its road Skyline Conference doubleheader out at Old Westbury on Sunday, taking the opener, 5-2, before dropping the second game by the final of 7-4. With the split, the Mariners’ record moves to 22-9 (12-4 Skyline), while the Panthers’ record moves to 15-13-1 (10-6 Skyline). 
  • Baseball Splits With SUNY Maritime At Home On Saturday
    April 13, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team had its 12-game winning streak snapped after dropping the first game of Saturday’s home Skyline doubleheader to rival SUNY Maritime, 6-3, but the Mariners rebounded to defeat the Privateers, 3-2, in the second game to settle for a split of the twin-bill. Merchant Marine’s record moves to 21-8 (11-3 Skyline), while Maritime moves to 17-13 (8-4 Skyline).
  • Mariners Win At William Paterson, 6-2, In Seven Innings
    April 09, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team’s road game at William Paterson on Tuesday featured two lightning delays that totaled 81 minutes and was then called early due to darkness with the Mariners coming out on top of the Pioneers, 6-2, in seven innings. The win was Merchant Marine’s 12th-straight and improves their record to 20-7, while WPU falls to 15-9.The USMMA baseball team’s road game at William Paterson on Tuesday featured two lightning delays that totaled 81 minutes and was then called early due to darkness with the Mariners coming out on top of the Pioneers, 6-2, in seven innings. The win was Merchant Marine’s 12th-straight and improves their record to 20-7, while WPU falls to 15-9. 
  • Mundorf Named Skyline Player Of The Week, Aichele Rookie Of The Week; Spinnenweber Earns Honor Roll Nod
    April 09, 2019
    On Monday night, the Skyline Conference announced that USMMA junior Matt Mundorf (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) was selected as the league’s Baseball Player of the Week, while freshman Garrett Aichele (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) earned Rookie of the Week honors and senior Andrew Spinnenweber (Pasadena, Md.) landed on the weekly honor roll. The accolades come after their performances in the Mariners’ five victories last week.
  • Baseball Earns Two Wins At Purchase On Saturday; Spinnenweber Becomes Career Leader In Complete Games
    April 06, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team swept a Skyline doubleheader up at Purchase College on Saturday, winning the first game 8-5 in 13 innings before taking the second via a slim 1-0 decision. The Mariners, who have now won nine-straight games, improve to 17-7 (8-2 Skyline), while the Panthers fall to 12-8 (3-3 Skyline) with the losses.
  • Baseball Extends Win-Streak To 11 With Home Sweep Of Mount St. Vincent On Sunday
    April 07, 2019
    The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy baseball team extended its winning-streak to 11 games with a home sweep over Skyline Conference opponent Mount St. Vincent on Sunday at Lower Roosevelt Field. The Mariners won the opener, 15-7, before taking the second game, 6-1. The victories improve USMMA’s record to 19-7 (10-2 Skyline), while the Dolphins fall to 11-13. 
  • Spinnenweber Earns ECAC DIII Metro Pitcher Of The Month Honors
    April 05, 2019
    On Thursday, the Eastern College Athletic Conference announced that USMMA senior Andrew Spinnenweber (Pasadena, Md.) was chosen as the league’s DIII Metro Pitcher of the Month for the month of March. The praise comes after his performances on the mound for the Mariners during the opening month of the season.
  • Aichele Shines In Mariners’ 16-3 Road Win At Bard On Wednesday
    April 03, 2019
    USMMA freshman starting pitcher Garrett Aichele (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) brought a no-hitter into the eighth with two outs before surrendering the first hit of the day to the host Bard College Raptors, but the freshman settled for the victory, his second of the season, in the Mariners’ 16-3 road win on Wednesday. With the “W,” Merchant Marine’s sixth-straight, the Mariners move to 15-7 on the year, while Bard falls to 9-11.
  • Skyline Recognizes Raab & Alteri On Weekly Honor Roll For Baseball
    April 03, 2019
    The Skyline Conference announced on Monday that USMMA sophomores Joe Raab (Edwardsburg, Mich.) and Vincenzo Alteri (Watertown, N.Y.) both earned spots on the league’s weekly honor roll for baseball for the week ending March 31. The praise comes after their performances during the Mariners’ 5-0 week last week, including four Skyline wins throughout the weekend. 
  • Baseball Takes Two From Yeshiva On Senior Day
    March 31, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team closed out the month of March with a pair of Skyline victories over Yeshiva University on Senior Day Sunday at Lower Roosevelt Field. The Mariners won the first game, 29-2, and took the second by the final of 9-1. With the wins, Merchant Marine improves to 14-7 (6-2 Skyline), while the Maccabees fall to 1-15 (0-10 Skyline).
  • Spinnenweber Sets Career Wins Record, Cunningham Career Saves Record As Mariners Sweep Mount St. Mary Saturday
    March 30, 2019
    The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy baseball team swept a Skyline Conference doubleheader at Mount St. Mary College on Saturday at Dutchess Stadium. The Mariners won the first game by the final of 3-1 and were victorious in the second, 8-1. The victories improve USMMA’s record to 12-7 (4-2 Skyline), while the Knights fall to 8-7 (2-4 Skyline).
  • Baseball Powers Past John Jay, 14-1, On Wednesday
    March 27, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team defeated visiting non-conference opponent John Jay, 14-1, on Wednesday evening at Lower Roosevelt Field. The win improved the Mariners’ record to 10-7, while the Bloodhounds fall to 6-14 in defeat.
  • Skyline Selects Spinnenweber As Pitcher Of The Week
    March 27, 2019
    The Skyline Conference announced on Tuesday morning that senior Andrew Spinnenweber (Pasadena, Md.) was named the conference’s Pitcher of the Week for the week ending March 24. The honor comes after his performances in two of the Mariners’ five games last week. 
  • Mariners Lose A 9-4 Game And Then Win One Out At St. Joseph’s-Long Island
    March 24, 2019
    The USMMA baseball team split a pair of 9-4 decisions with Skyline opponent St. Joseph’s-Long Island on Sunday. The games were played at the Golden Eagles’ Alfano Field, but the Mariners were the “home team” for both contests. Merchant Marine’s record moves to 9-7 (2-2 Skyline), while SJC’s goes to 7-5 (1-1 Skyline).
  • Spinnenweber Becomes Career Leader In Strikeouts, Flirts With No-No As Mariners Split Skyline Doubleheader At Farmingdale
    March 23, 2019
    Senior Andrew Spinnenweber (Pasadena, Md.) became the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy career leader in strikeouts and he nearly tossed a no-hitter in the second game of the Mariners’ Skyline-opening doubleheader against Farmingdale State on Saturday. The Mariners split the twin-bill with the Rams, winning the first game, 5-2, in 13 innings and dropping the second, 2-1, in nine innings.
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