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CENTRAL ATLANTIC Collegiate Conference


c/o New Jersey Institute of Technology Mark Mentone, Information Director

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, NEWARK, NJ 07102 * (973) 596-8324 * FAX (973) 596-8440

E-MAIL: mentone@adm.njit.edu * www.caccathletics.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 8, 2003 Contact: Mark Mentone


Reardon Named Coach of Year; USP Wins Team Sportsmanship Award
NEWARK, N.J.Taylor Hargrove of Nyack College was named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Baseball Player of the Year and Nyack’s J.V. Nyman earned Pitcher of the Year honors in balloting released today. Chris Reardon of Caldwell College was voted Coach of the Year by his peers. The balloting was done by the league’s nine head coaches.
Hargrove, a senior second-baseman from Denver, Colorado, led the CACC in batting (.476), slugging (.833) and on-base percentage (.549) before a late-season injury caused him to fall under the at-bat minimum. In just 26 games, he had nine doubles, three triples, five homeruns, 17 stolen bases, 31 runs scored and 26 runs batted in.
Nyman won his first seven decisions of the season in winning the league’s inaugural Pitcher of the Year award. He finished 7-2 with a 2.86 earned run average, a .281 opponent batting average, and 41 strikeouts in 56 2/3 innings, leading the CACC in victories. A senior right-hander, Nyman hails from Tuczon, Arizona.
Reardon led the Cougars to their first-ever conference baseball championship with a 12-4 league record. Caldwell’s 20-11 overall mark is an improvement of five wins and 240 percentage points (.405 to .645) over last season.
The CACC’s annual Team Sportsmanship Award went to University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, coached by Jack Bilbee.
The league also announced the all-CACC teams, which are listed on the next page.



Bloomfield College * Caldwell College * Dominican College * Felician College

Georgian Court College * Goldey-Beacom College * Holy Family College

New Jersey Institute of Technology * Nyack College * University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

Teikyo Post University * Wilmington College

2003 All-CACC Baseball Teams


1B Dave O’Brien Felician SR Ottawa, Canada

2B Taylor Hargrove Nyack SR Denver, Colo.

SS Kevin Murphy Wilmington JR Hockessin, Del.

3B Dennis Hulse Felician JR Kearney, N.J.

OF Tom Gallagher Wilmington JR Bear, Del.

OF Aaron Lewis Wilmington JR Wilmington, Del.

OF Hasani Whitfield Caldwell SO Briarwood, N.Y.

C Rich Salerno Dominican SR Harrison, N.Y.

DH Mike Rooth Felician FR Bayville, N.J.

UT Jim Murphy Wilmington JR Newark, Del.

P John Bird Caldwell JR Old Bridge, N.J.

P Chris Eshleman Felician SO Colonia, N.J.

P J.V. Nyman Nyack SR Tuczon, Ariz.

SECOND TEAM (14 members due to ties)

1B John Waddilove Caldwell JR Lincoln Park, N.J.

1B Giuseppe D’Andrea Dominican FR Long Island City, N.Y.

2B Larry Villar Dominican SR Pomona, N.Y.

3B Pete Henyan Wilmington SO Corning, N.Y.

OF Ben Donaghy Felician SR Delran, N.J.

OF Eiffel Ramirez Dominican JR Astoria, N.Y.

OF Chris Schwartz NJIT JR Blairstown, N.J.

C Vinnie Madaline USP SR Wilmington, Del.

DH Dan Lupo NJIT SO West Milford, N.J.

DH Robert Tringale Nyack JR Erlanger, Ky.

UT Jeff Rogers USP SR New Castle, Del.

P Chris Cannatelli Wilmington JR Clayton, Del.

P Vito Marichal Bloomfield JR Paterson, N.J.

P Brian Moyle Caldwell SO Pompton Lakes, N.J.
Player of The Year: Taylor Hargrove, Nyack

Pitcher of the Year: J.V. Nyman, Nyack

Coach of the Year: Chris Reardon, Caldwell

Team Sportsmanship Award: USP

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