The Men's Baseball Team completed the 2004 season with a 12-18 record, including 9-11 and a 6th place finish in the Skyline Conference.
The highlight for the season was back to back no hitters on April 17th during a double header split against Conference opponent Manhattanville. Sophomore Jason Guichard and freshman Bill Jansen became the first ever Farmingdale pitchers to accomplish this feat. Guichard struck out five and walked two in seven innings in the Rams' 1-0 victory in the opener, and Jansen had 12 strikeouts and five walks in 10 innings in a 2-1 loss in the second game.
Individually, the men had two players named to the All-Conference Teams, Jansen and junior Anthony Scali. Jansen was named First Team All-Skyline as he finished 3-3 on the mound with a 0.82 ERA and a total of 48 strikeouts. He is ranked 1st nationally among Division III pitchers for ERA. Scali was named Second Team All-Skyline after leading the Rams with a .343 batting average, including 34 hits and 14 stolen bases. Scali also provided outstanding defense in the centerfield and at shortstop. Sophomore Robert Sorbera led the team in RBI's with 31, doubles with 10 and a slugging percentage of .506. Senior shortstop Ian Roche-Tilden finished the season with a .303 batting average and is ranked 16th in the nation with a team-high 22 stolen bases.
With only one senior on this year's squad, there will likely be 18 returning players along with many incoming recruits.