Tag Archives: CSJ

College of St. Joseph baseball named national champions
Local News
May 24, 2017

College of St. Joseph baseball named national champions

College of St. Joseph’s baseball team is back-to-back USCAA national champions after defeating Apprentice School 6-1 in the title game on May 19.

The Fighting Saints entered the tournament as the No. 2 seed and began their title defense with a 2-0 win over Marygrove…

News Briefs
May 18, 2017

CSJ celebrates 58th commencement

RUTLAND—Seventy students passed across the stage at the College of St. Joseph’s 58th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13.

CSJ President Lawrence Jensen conferred degrees upon the graduates. Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Robert Goddard led the processional.

Former Vermont Governor Jim Douglas addressed students,…

Local News
May 17, 2017

College of St. Joseph expands housing

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph has acquired Highland Meadows Apartments in Rutland as additional dormitory space for students. The apartment complex will add more than 100 beds for students in the coming years.

The two-building, 32-unit facility was funded through the USDA Rural Development Loan program.

Sports
May 10, 2017

Lady Saints fall in semifinals

The regular-season has officially ended for the baseball and softball teams at College of St. Joseph. The Lady Saints  played in the Yankee Small College Conference Tournament on Saturday, May 6, and were defeated by the NHTI Lynx 9-0. They finished their season with an…

Sports
May 3, 2017

CSJ baseball, softball tally mixed results

It was a busy weekend in athletics at the College of St. Joseph, with nine home games being played over a four-day stretch. CSJ Baseball was able to go 4-1, while the Lady Saints Softball team split 2-2. The baseball team is now above .500…

Local News
May 3, 2017

Former governor to deliver CSJ commencement address

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph has announced that former Vermont Governor Jim Douglas will deliver the commencement address at the college’s graduation ceremony on May 13.

Douglas was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives in November 1972, where he would become the House majority leader…

Sports
April 26, 2017

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

It was another busy week in athletics at the College of St. Joseph. The baseball and softball teams played a combined 11 games, going 7-4 cumulatively. Fighting Saints Baseball went a perfect 3-0 on the week, improving their overall record to 19-20. They were recently…

College of St. Jo to host a Rumpus for Education

Saturday, April 29, 7 p.m.—RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph is hosting A Rumpus for Education, an evening of live storytelling, on April 29 at 7 p.m. The Rumpus is Rutland’s own version of “The Moth Radio Hour,” a weekly series featuring true stories told live on stage without scripts or props and often featuring…

Sports
April 19, 2017

CSJ baseball goes 3-2

It was a busy week in athletics for College of St. Joseph, with baseball and softball playing 11 games cumulatively. Fighting Saints Baseball went 3-2 on the week, highlighted by back-to-back victories over a stellar Point Park University team on April 12. They currently hold…