Holy Cross Athletics Newsstand: June 2010

Welcome to the Holy Cross Newsstand, a daily listing with links to stories from around the country on the Crusaders. Here are the stories from June of 2010.

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Wayland's Wadsworth adjusted well at Holy Cross
June 29, 2010 * By Jeff Tiberii * Wayland Town Crier
Last fall, Stephen Wadsworth began his collegiate baseball career with what was, for him, an odd set of feelings and emotions: frustration, nervousness and self-doubt. This spring, after a successful season, the outlook is much different. . .

Red Sox pound Panthers
June 24, 2010 * By Brian Smiley * Brantford Expositor
It's not in the Intercounty Baseball League rulebook as the Ribas Rule but that's what it might as well be called. Brantford Red Sox starting pitcher Gabe Ribas got his second start in three days and although this one was shorter than the appearance he made in a 9-0 win against the Kitchener Panthers on Monday night at Arnold Anderson Stadium, it was still successful. . .

Power returns to diamond with no-hitter
June 23, 2010 * By Bill Bloxsom * Fairfield Sun
Brian Power turned toward his infield and the right-handed pitcher had a big smile on his face. Power had seen the first two batters he faced reach base on balls that should have been outs — and the Fairfield Prep graduate couldn’t have been more content. . .

River of Dreams
June 23, 2012 * By Kirk Kardashian * Seven Days
Sculling, rowing, crew — whatever you call it, this sport in which skinny jocks pilot skinny boats up skinny rivers comes with some unfortunate stereotypes. They’re a bunch of spoiled prep-school kids with expensive, effete watercraft, some say. Others quip the pastime is for elitist Ivy Leaguers whose best days are behind them. . .

Another Perry tradition: pro ball
June 17, 2010 * By Marvin Pave * Boston Globe
Sudbury’s Matt Perry is scheduled to make his professional baseball debut tomorrow night in Troy, N.Y., where the Holy Cross captain this spring will suit up for the Connecticut Tigers in their New York-Penn League matchup against the host Tri-City Valley Cats. . .

Ciaccio to be part of first induction class
June 13, 2010 * By James A. Ellis * Gloversville Leader-Herald
Whether it was with the Gloversville Huskies, Holy Cross Crusaders or Helsinki Roosters, Tom Ciaccio proved himself a leader and a champion. On Aug. 7, Ciaccio will be honored as a member of the inaugural induction class of the Capital Region Football Hall of Fame. . .

Matt Perry’s prospects look good
June 7, 2010 * By John Connolly * Boston Herald
M
ajor league teams could do worse than dial up the home of Holy Cross third baseman Matt Perry of Sudbury to announce his selection in the annual amateur draft that begins tonight and runs through Wednesday. Perry, the son and grandson of Holy Cross sports legends Ron and Ronnie, Jr., respectively, is coming off a season in which he was named to the 2010 NEIBA All-New England Division 1 second team. . .

Ravens try out Dominic Randolph
June 2, 2010 * By Aaron Wilson * National Football Post
The Baltimore Ravens brought in undrafted rookie Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph on a tryout basis to throw passes at their minicamp. Twice named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, Randolph was cut by the New York Giants two weeks after being signed following the draft. . .

QB Randolph Trying Out For Ravens
June 2, 2010 * By Mike Duffy * BaltimoreRavens.com
Quarterback Dominic Randolph, an undrafted free agent from Holy Cross, is trying out with the Ravens this week while Joe Flacco, Troy Smith and John Beck have time off during rookie camp. “We needed a quarterback.  It’s a rookie camp so we didn’t have one,” Coach Harbaugh said. The process hasn’t been easy. . .