Articles from 2022
The Futures League has announced their 2023 schedule
Keep the baseball going throughout the off season with the Knights!
Nashua’s rally kept their season alive, as their game two heroics now set them up for a winner takes all game three.
Vermont would get the best of the Knights, pulling away in game one for a big 12-0 victory.
For the seventh time in franchise history, the Nashua Silver Knights are headed to the FCBL Championship.
With New Britain making their postseason debut, the Knights made sure to spoil their welcoming party.
Nashua won 13-2 on Saturday in mercy rule fashion, giving them their second mercy rule win in the last week.
While the Knights could be punting on these games with the postseason already clinched, Nashua’s biggest opponent in the playoffs could be themselves.
Trying to continue the momentum to help their playoff position, the Knights would be caught off guard as Pittsfield brought the heat.
After two gut wrenching losses at the hands of Pittsfield, the Knights looked to lock in a postseason spot and turn things around.
Nashua kicked off their week with a Tuesday doubleheader in Pittsfield, potentially being a pivotal matchup to grab two important wins.
For Nashua, a once boisterous offense had gone stagnant with only four hits in the zero-run performance.
Nashua notched their second mercy rule victory of the season in their fourth 10+ run performance in the last two weeks.
Trying to end their three-game skid, the Knights rode off into their firework show on a walk off single to win 6-5 in 10 innings.
Getting knocked down early, the Knights never fully recovered in time to try and come back from the large deficit.
After the FCBL’s All-Star Break concluded, the Silver Knights were set for their first game out of the break up in Vermont.
Nashua’s offense has been a ferocious flame as of late, but even the biggest of blazes eventually go out.
As the announcers prepared viewers for another great ballgame, the Silver Knights cut the cameras early in a blowout win against Brockton.
Picking up right where they left off, the Knights took care of a business and beat the Rox.
Nashua won via mercy rule on Thursday evening, taking out the Pittsfield Suns 14-1.
Continuing their success on their home turf, the Knights took the victory in a seamless 3-0 victory against the Worcester Bravehearts.
In a two-game evening, the Knights left western Massachusetts with a split with a 3-0 game one loss and a game two victory.
In a roller coaster of an afternoon, the Silver Knights walked off an “edge of your seat” victory against Vermont 5-4.
Unfortunately for the Knights, the team could not rekindle their past success against Vermont on Saturday night in a 3-1 loss.
No magic was cast on an epic Nashua comeback, with the Knights dropping their four-game win streak.
In their latest entry in a season full of win streaks, Nashua’s latest string of victories have been headlined by their offense.
The Knights added to their long list of comeback victories by coming back from down 3-0 to win 5-4 against the Bees.
With a tough challenge in trying to top their 10-run victory on Saturday, Nashua left their Saturday total in the dust.
Following a quiet night offensively in their last game, the Silver Knights were looking to reignite the potential flame that is their talented lineup.
Taking on the Vermont Lake Monsters, who they’ve faced three times in the last three days, Vermont was looking to break Nashua’s lengthy winning run.
In an eight-game streak already filled with heroic acts, Holy Cross’s Jack Toomey took center stage with the game on the line.
What was once viewed as a liability has now turned into a strength for the Knights, as Nashua’s bullpen and pitching staff has really taken form.
With annual fireworks slated for Holman’s nightcap, the Silver Knights lineup brought the fire power earlier than scheduled.
Nashua’s pitching staff showed out against Norwich, locking down their sixth straight.
In the Futures League, a player usually looks for their first hit just so they can kick off their season on the right foot. For Shane McNamara, the stakes were a lot higher.
An all-around great performance by the Silver Knights boosted their way to their second win against Vermont.
Back-to-back wins for the Silver Knights gave Nashua’s boys of summer some momentum heading towards July.
Endicott’s Gabe Van Emon took the bump for the red and black, making his first start of the season in his very first game on the team.
In a day of ups and downs for the red and black, Nashua split the doubleheader with a 11-1 game one loss and a 4-0 game two win.
Coastal Carolina’s Liam Doyle got the start for Nashua, looking to follow his dominant Knights debut with a second W.
Salem State’s Brock Pare, making his first appearance in ten days, got the start to try and help Nashua get back on track.
Starting off their weekend with a sour taste in their mouth, another huge performance by Jonah Wachter was scraped with the Knights losing now two in a row.
Nashua did not have much going on at the plate Wednesday night, scoring only one run.
Finishing last week with a four-game winning streak, the start of a five game homestand was now in front of the Silver Knights.
A red-hot Silver Knights team returned home to Historic Holman Stadium to take on the Suns.
Toomey cranked his first homer of the season to take the lead for Nashua 3-2.
Tulane’s Jonah Wachter took the bump for the Knights, looking to get his second win of the 2022 season.
Jemison’s first home run of the 2022 campaign carried the Knights to a 7-1 lead.
0-3 against the Bees this season, Pare and the Knights looked to take game two.
The Knights will look to bounce back against the Bees after a hard fought, tough loss.
Possibly spending all their runs in one place, the Knights couldn’t put up another run on the board following their big inning.
D’Amato once again found his way aboard ahead of Paltridge, representing three runs on the night along with his two hits.
Looking to get back on track coming off yesterday's loss, the Knights wasted no time getting on the scoreboard.
A hot start for the offense quickly turned into leaving runners on base and getting nothing going for the rest of the game.
With rows and rows of students in attendance, the Brockton Rox and the Silver Knights were set to give them something to cheer about in an exhibition matchup.
A bizarre, goofy ballgame for sure but the Knights will take the victory either way.
A morale-boosting win on Saturday was under the Silver Knight’s belt as they looked to carry the momentum on the road.
UMass Amherst’s Will MacLean left his mark on the ballgame with a deep drive to right for an RBI double.
While only posting four hits, the Knights also squandered multiple chances with runners aboard via walks and hit by pitches.
Nashua finally broke the shutout with Boston College’s Kyle Wolff smoking a home run to the left field cabana.
Both starters battled back and forth, both throwing five innings of no-run baseball.
While the offense came through towards the end of the game, the Knights pitching was the backbone of their victory.
With the setting of a beautiful Memorial Day afternoon, Nashua looked to get back into the win column while Westfield tried to stay undefeated.
Nashua faced the red-hot Rox in Brockton, looking to get their second win of the year.
Nashua falls to Worcester in first road game of the 2022 season.
The Silver Knights start their quest for the postseason after a one-year hiatus.
It’s the final spring season round-up for our incoming players as the Nashua Silver Knights will be reporting to Holman Stadium next week before the home opener on Thursday, May 26th!
As some spring seasons end, others keep their eyes on a conference title!
The NCAA season is winding down as we enter conference tournament time.
Stay tuned for the final few weekly round ups as we find out which players will be red hot coming into Nashua
We are now 37 days away from Silver Knights baseball at Historic Holman Stadium, and the incoming Silver Knights are in mid-season form.
For the first time in franchise history, the Nashua Silver Knights will be home at Historic Holman Stadium for the 4th of July.
As we near the mid-season mark of the NCAA season, stay tuned for all Silver Knights updates!
Returner Shea Ryan joins Rich Rosa to discuss what it means to be coming back to Nashua for a third season!
Knight’s arms racked up 5 wins and recorded a save on the week to kick off April!
Returner Greg Bozzo joins Rich Rosa to discuss his first season in Nashua and this upcoming summer!
Noah and Jonah Wachter join Rich Rosa to discuss their experiences playing at Historic Holman Stadium.
Returning Silver Knights Brady Desjardins and Will MacLean join Rich Rosa to discuss playing in Nashua in 2021 and 2022.
Returning Silver Knight Zach Gitschier joins Rich Rosa to discuss playing in Nashua in 2021 and 2022.
As more teams begin their 2022 campaigns, incoming Silver Knights have begun showcasing the talent we will be seeing all summer long.
The 2022 NCAA Baseball season kicked off this past weekend and did not disappoint.