Tornadoes acquire Pennell
The Worcester Tornadoes The Worcester Tornadoes are an independent league baseball team based in Worcester, Massachusetts. Since the 2005 season, they have played in the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball (the "Can-Am League"), an independent league that is not affiliated with Major acquired former David Prouty standout Vinny Pennell from New Hampshire New Hampshire, one of the New England states of the NE United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts (S), Vermont, with the Connecticut R. forming the boundary (W), the Canadian province of Quebec (NW), and Maine and a short strip of the Atlantic Ocean (E). for a player to be named later The concept of the "player to be named later" is most often associated with Major League Baseball trades. The "player to be named later" (PTBNL) is generally used to postpone a trade's final conditions or terms. This is often done for two reasons. . Pennell hit .259 with 25 RBIs in 85 games as an outfielder for the Nashua Pride The Nashua Pride are a minor-league baseball team based in Nashua, New Hampshire. Since the 2006 season, they have played in the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball (the "Can-Am League"), an independent league that is not affiliated with Major League Baseball or last year, stealing 14 bases.
The Holy Cross men's hockey team has named senior Ryan Driscoll and junior Everett Sheen as co-captains for the 2009-10 season.
WPI's women's crew won the NEWMAC NEWMAC New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NCAA Division III) Sportsmanship Award. Also, the Engineers had Steph Kavrakis and Katie Siering named to the all-conference team. Clark University's Kasia Baca and Katy Nowoswiat also were named all-conference
The Worcester Rugby Club will be playing its first-ever night game. Worcester will host Charles River at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 2 at Coughlin Field on the campus of Worcester State. Admission is free.
Ronnie's Baseball Club will hold tryouts for players 19 and older for the 2009 Central New England Association season from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday at Holmes Field. For information, contact Mike Nosel at (617) 787-7116.
Glenn Peterson of Brookfield (3:37:46), Elsie Burrill of Mendon (5:28:16) and Debbie Gaulitz of Mendon (5:57:47) finished the Boston Marathon on Monday. Their names were not included in a list published in Tuesday's Telegram & Gazette.