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.