bronx-community-collegeHere is some info about tonight’s City University of New York Athletic Conference’s Community College Baseball Championship game presented by Municipal Credit Union.

Tickets are still available through EventBrite by clicking HERE. Tickets are free, but you will need them to enter MCU Park.

Tickets will be available at MCU Park if you do not have a printer or smartphone.

Tickets can be downloaded to your phone with the EventBrite App or by printing them out.

The gates of MCU Park are scheduled to open at 6pm.

Seating is on a 1st come, 1st served basis. You may sit anywhere in MCU Park’s main seating bowl.

The CUNY Athletic Conference asks all fans to leave their artificial noisemakers at home, as they will not be permitted into MCU Park for this event. This includes but is not limited to thundersticks, tambourines, cowbells and whistles.

You may bring food into MCU Park.

Joe Tribuzio will serve as the Public Address Announcer for the game.

Below is a preview of tonight’s championship game, courtesy of the CUNY Athletic Conference.

The #1 seed Bronx Broncos (10-2 in CUNYAC, 12-10 overall) will take on the #2 Kingsborough Wave (7-5 in CUNYAC, 7-14 overall), beginning at 7PM at MCU Park in Brooklyn. The matchup is a rematch of the 2014 Championship, which Kingsborough won 11-8. This will be the fourth meeting between the two schools in the Championship game.
Bronx will be making their third straight Championship game appearance and 14th appearance in the last 15 years. In CUNYAC history, they’ve appeared in 20 Championship games and are 9-11 all-time. They won the regular season title for having the best conference record
this season for the fifth time since 2000. Head coach Adolfo De Jesus has been with the program for 29 years, taking the job back in 1986. Their roster is composed of 10 sophomores and 14 freshmen. Bronx returns 2014 CUNYAC Player of the Year Ruben Gomez.
Kingsborough will appear in the Championship game for the seventh time in school history. It is only their second appearance since 2001. In total, the Wave have won 3 titles, going 3-4 in Championship games in school history. 2014 NJCAA All-American Nicholas Manzione will start for the Wave in the game. He is one of only four sophomores on the KCC roster, which includes 20 freshmen.
For more info on this visit the CUNYAC Site
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About Daniel S. Weiss

I have been an avid Cyclones fan since 2001. In December of 2013 I decided to launch my own blog "Brooklyn Baseball Banter" to cover the Brooklyn Cyclones.

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