Najarian resigns as HC baseball coach
Holy Cross baseball coach Craig Najarian has resigned to become athletic director at Foxboro High School. Najarian, a native of Westboro, guided the Crusaders to a 41-72-1 record in his three years at the helm. He was an assistant coach at HC for two years, then associate head coach for one season. Before coming to Holy Cross, he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Boston College. He was baseball captain at Westboro High in 1991, then was a four-year starter in the infield at Saint Anselm College.
Jeremy Bonomo, assistant coach at Southern New Hampshire University the last two years, is the new men's soccer coach at Assumption College. He was a key defender at SNHU as the Penmen had a 62-14-10 record from 1998-2002 and made three NCAA Division 2 appearances. He was the team MVP in 2001.
Karbowski to play in BOA Championship
Rick Karbowski of Worcester has received a sponsor's exemption to play in the Bank of America Championship. Karbowski, 52, played regularly on the Champions Tour last year, but missed the BOA because Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord was flooded and the tournament was canceled. Karbowski lost his exempt status for this year and must earn his way into tournaments at Monday qualifiers. He has played in two Champions Tour events, tying for 17th in the Toshiba Classic in March and tying for 66th in the Senior PGA 2-1/2 weeks ago. Kirk Hanefeld, former director of golf at The International GC in Bolton; Denny Hepler of the Golf Channel's Big Break series; and Dan Pohl also received sponsor's exemptions. The BOA will be held June 22-24.
Matt Smith shot a 73 to lead Tourtellotte High to a fourth-place finish in Connecticut's CIAC Division 4 championship.
Bruins, Alberts agree to two-year deal
The Boston Bruins and defenseman Andrew Alberts agreed to a new two-year contract that will pay him $1.2 million this coming season and $1.4 million the season after. Alberts, who made his NHL debut in 2005, has played in 146 games for the Bruins the past two seasons, with one goal and 16 assists. Last season, he had 10 assists in 76 games, and led the team with 124 penalty minutes. The 6-foot-4, 218-pounder, picked by the Bruins in the 2001 draft, was assigned to the AHL's Providence Bruins after his senior season at Boston College in 2005.
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|Publication:||Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)|
|Date:||Jun 13, 2007|
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