Farmingdale State Baseball With Two All-Conference Selections
May 3, 2004

The Skyline All-Conference Selections were named on April 30th and two of our men's baseball players picked up honors. Freshman Bill Jansen (Westhampton Beach, NY/Westhampton) was named to the Skyline All-Conference First Team and Junior Anthony Scali (Massapequa Park, NY/Massapequa) was named to the Skyline All-Conference Second Team.

Jansen saw time on the mound as a starting pitcher, as well as at first base and as a designated hitter. He finished his rookie season on the mound with a 3-3 record overall and a 0.82 ERA, including a 10-inning No-hitter against Manhattanville on April 17th. As of the April 25th NCAA weekly rankings, Jansen was ranked 2nd in the nation for ERA among Division III pitchers. Bill is currently majoring in Criminal Justice.

Scali led the team with a .343 batting average over his 30 games played, where he split time between shortstop and centerfield. He also led the team in hits (34) and on-base percentage (.414), as well as finishing second on the team in stolen bases with 14 and third with a slugging percentage of .394. Anthony is currently an Aviation Administration major.