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Matthew Hassenbeck

Archers’ Bats Carry the Load Entering Final Week

With just one week remaining before the regional tournament, it would be fair to say the St. Louis Community College baseball team is peaking at the right time offensively. The Archers entered Thursday as winners of five of their past six games, which includes a 21-20, 11-inning marathon at the conclusion of a four-game series […]

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Archers Off to Scintillating Start Before Running into Crowder

At the outset of the season, Archers new head baseball coach Scott Goodrich described his promotion to his current job as “something I’ve always wanted to do.” Goodrich’s Archers recently returned from road trips to Mississippi and Louisiana, and enter the weekend at 10-1, winning seven straight games. However, they were shut out in four straight […]

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Archers’ Goodrich Realizing Long-held Dream

Scott Goodrich does not mince words when describing the significance of taking over as St. Louis Community College’s head baseball coach this spring. The position was a long-sought one for Goodrich, who took the reins of the Archers this year, following his tenure as the team’s assistant. Goodrich, who had served as Tony Dattoli’s lieutenant […]

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Dattoli Steps Down as Archers Baseball Coach

Tony Dattol, head coach of the St. Louis Community College baseball team, has resigned, effective immediately. Dattoli spent 11 seasons at the helm of STLCC baseball programs. Scott Goodrich, who formerly played under Dattoli at Harris-Stowe State University and has been an assistant coach at STLCC since 2002, will take over as head coach. Dattoli’s […]

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Freese Warning Continues for Cardinals Opponents

Mr. October of 2011, Cardinals third baseman David Freese, enhanced his reputation for saving his best for the postseason last night in St. Louis’ 6-1 win over Pittsburgh in Game 5 of the National League Division Series. A St. Louis Community College graduate, Freese struggled at the plate throughout the National League Division Series. But […]

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Youthful Archers Have Much to Look Forward to in 2014

Despite entering this year with a beefed-up schedule, St. Louis Community College’s baseball team took a step forward this spring, posting a record of 30-25. In addition to scheduling no games against junior varsity programs, Region XVI was significantly more competitive this season, both in the regular season and in the postseason tournament. The Archers […]

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Pitchers’ Duel Unravels as Archers Settle for Split

After a complete-game performance in Game 1, the STLCC baseball team let a pitchers’ duel get away from it as the Archers split the twin bill with Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods on April 21. With drainage problems striking the Archers’ home field (Heine Meine Field) after last week’s storms, the Archers moved the doubleheader to […]

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Baseball Back to .500 with St. Charles Sweep

For the first time since March 23, the St. Louis Community College baseball team has gained positive momentum as the Archers are now on a five-game win streak and back to .500 at 19-19 (11-9 Region XVI). Head coach Tony Dattoli said getting back to .500 is good for the team’s mental side of the […]

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Archers’ Late Rally Comes Up Short Against Wabash Valley

The St. Louis Community College baseball team surrendered nine runs late to Wabash Valley College, then staged a furious comeback that fell one run short in an 11-10 loss April 8 at Heine Meine Field. Sophomore third baseman Larry Schimsa (Pacific) led the Archers’ attack with five RBIs. Sophomore left-hander Chris Kirkpatrick (Clearwater) started the […]

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Baseball Drops Three of Four to Mineral Area College

St. Louis Community College head baseball coach Tony Dattoli described the most recent road trip as a downward spiral. After the Archers dropped three out of four at home to No. 2-ranked Crowder College, STLCC struggled in its four-game series at Mineral Area College (MAC) — a Region XVI opponent. “The fact that we lost […]

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