The Club Baseball Team is in its ninth year as an organization. The team officially was recognized as a sports club within the Fairfield University Department of Recreation during the 2007-08 academic year.
The program plays in the New England Club Baseball Association (NECBA) competing against teams such as Holy Cross, Northeastern, Trinity College, Yale, Conn College, Boston University and other colleges in the area.
The Stags play a highly competitive fall season, with practices during the week and doubleheaders on the weekends. During the winter months, practices are held to keep players in shape, throwing multiple times during the week and possibly spending some time in the batting cages.
During the spring season, doubleheaders are played against other area teams. These contests are considered non-league games. Nonetheless, it is a competitive level of baseball, including 2 or 3 doubleheaders.
2016 Season - Fairfield has made the playoffs for their league record 9th straight season. Fairfield's first round playofff game is November 5th vs Brown. This will be played in Norwich Connecticut.
2017 - 2018 Club Officers
Colin Tenney - 2018 - President
Matt Ragone - 2018 - Vice President
Kevin O'Connor - 2018 Secretary
Gaetano Annuziate - 2019 - Treasurer
Danny Vignola - 2020 - Underclassmen Rep
2017 - 2018 Roster
Fall 2016 All Star Selections
Spring 2016 News
Fairfield Club Baseball held it's second annual Old Timer's Day, welcoming back players from the past several years. The 9 inning game was played on Alumni Diamond. Home to the Stags' varsity baseball team.
Connor Fleming '12 finished his four years at Fairfield with a special recognition from the NECBA. Connor was the first player ever inducted into the newly-formed NECBA Hall of Fame.
Connor "Dad" Fleming was a phenomenal pitcher throughout all four years of his club baseball career. Consistently a top pitcher in the NECBA, Fleming led Fairfield to three straight division titles and into the championship game in his senior year. His best performance was in the 2011 playoffs, when he came into a tie game in the top of the 5th inning with one out in the semifinals, and threw 8 2/3 innings without giving up an earned run until Fairfield won it in the bottom of the 14th. He then proceeded to start the championship game, putting up two more scoreless innings. He also threw a perfect game against Bard in the 2010 season. Connor was a three-time pitching MVP from 2009-11. He is one of the best pitchers the NECBA has ever had.
With strong officer leadership, club baseball will continue to be a viable club for years to come at Fairfield. Go Stags!