2006 Baseball Season Summary
May 22, 2006

The baseball team finished with a 19-19 record under first year head coach Keith Osik, making their first-ever appearance in the ECAC's. Junior Nick Barone was named First Team All-Skyline after leading the team offensively in runs (32), extra-base hits (18), RBI's (31), total bases (70), slugging percentage (.619) and stolen bases (14). Freshman Tom Heeman was named Second Team All-Skyline and finished third on the team in batting average (.339). Heeman played in 7 positions throughout the year and is ranked nationally as one of the toughest to strikeout with just 3 strikeouts in a team-high 121 at-bats. Sophomore utility player Keith King was also named Second Team All-Skyline, after leading the team with a .484 on-base percentage and a team-high 21 walks.

Sophomore pitcher Jesse Scott threw the second no-hitter of his career in a 5-0 win against Kings Point and finished with a 5-3 record and a 2.28 ERA. Sophomore pitcher Bill Jansen finished the season 4-2 with an ERA of 1.62, throwing the seventh complete game of his career in a 9-inning win against Old Westbury. Sophomore Rich Santoro led the team in hitting this season with a team-high 43 hits and a .368 batting average.