Schedule / Results
DateOpponentLocationTime/Result
2/23/20Orange County Community College (2)Home11:00 AM
3/13/20*^ Salem County Community CollegeHome3:00 PM
3/14/20*^ Salem County Community College (2)Away12:00 PM
3/15/20Kingsborough Community College (2)Away12:00 PM
3/22/20Monroe College JV (2)Away12:00 PM
3/23/20*^ Ocean County CollegeAway3:00 PM
3/24/20*^ Ocean County College (2)Home2:00 PM
3/27/20*^ Rowan College of Gloucester CountyAway3:30 PM
3/28/20*^ Rowan College of Gloucester County (2)Home12:00 PM
3/29/20Manor College (2)Home12:00 PM
3/30/20*^ Camden County CollegeAway3:00 PM
3/31/20*^ Camden County College (2)Home2:00 PM
4/1/20Mercer County Community CollegeAway3:30 PM
4/3/20*^ Cumberland CCHome3:30 PM
4/4/20*^ Cumberland CC (2)Away12:00 PM
4/7/20Raritan Valley Community CollegeHome3:30 PM
4/8/20Sussex County Community CollegeAway3:30 PM
4/10/20*^ Bergen Community CollegeAway3:30 PM
4/11/20*^ Bergen Community College (2)Home12:00 PM
4/14/20* Northampton Community CollegeHome3:30 PM
4/17/20*^ Brookdale Community CollegeHome3:30 PM
4/18/20*^ Brookdale Community College (2)Away12:00 PM
4/19/20*Bucks County College (2)Away12:00 PM
4/20/20Sussex County Community CollegeHome3:30 PM
4/22/20Monroe College Bronx CampusHome3:30 PM
4/24/20*^ Union County CollegeHome3:30 PM
4/25/20*^ Union County College (2)Away12:00 PM
4/26/20* Montgomery Community College (2)Away12:00 PM
4/28/20Raritan Valley Community CollegeAway3:30 PM
4/29/20Valley Forge Military CollegeHome3:30 PM
5/1/20*^ Atlantic Cape Community CollegeAway3:30 PM
5/2/20*^ Atlantic Cape Community College (2)Home12:00 PM
5/3/20* Delaware County College (2)Away12:00 PM
5/9/201st Round Region PlayoffsTBATBA
5/10/201st Round Region PlayoffsTBATBA
5/15/20Region XIX Finals (Must Qualify)RCGC/CumberlandTBA
5/17/20Region XIX Finals (Must Qualify)RCGC/CumberlandTBA
5/23/20NJCAA Division III Championship (Must Qualify)Greenville, TNTBA
5/28/20NJCAA Division III Championship (Must Qualify)Greenville, TNTBA
* Region XIX Game
^ Garden State Athletic Conference Game
Roster
# Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown
2Nick MichaelOF5'8"FRAvenel, NJ
3Angel Cora2B5'9"FRBayonne, NJ
4Bryan Marte2B/SS5'7"FRPerth Amboy, NJ
5Joshua ChambersOF5'10"FRCarteret, NJ
6Jonathan TorresRHP5'10"SONew Brunswick, NJ
7Bryan FernandezOF5'7"FRSayreville, NJ
8Mike Russo2B5'5"SOOld Bridge, NJ
9Kevin SoperRHP6'1"SOSouth Plainfield, NJ
11Frank ShipmanRHP6'3"FREdison, NJ
12Samuel AbreuOF5'10"SOBelleville, NJ
13Kyle GambleRHP6'1"SOMatawan, NJ
14Devin SchelmetyC6'0"FRWoodbridge, NJ
15Adam ConananRHP6'0"FRStaten Island, NY
16Alex LamattinaC5'9"FRHazlet, NJ
17Brian CuadraRHP5'11"SOSayreville, NJ
18Bryan CameloRHP5'11"SOBound Brook, NJ
19Mike Izzo1B/C6'2"FRMilltown, NJ
20Jaden Ojeda1B/LHP6'1"FRStaten Island, NY
21Nick ClementeSS/RHP5'11"SOEast Brunswick, NJ
22Raymond YzquierdoLHP6'1"SOBayonne, NJ
23Daniel GrossLHP6'0"FR Yardley, PA
24James Tyminski1B/3B5'11"SOBayonne, NJ
25Alex Link3B5'8"FR Fleetwood, PA
26Chris GiordanoSS/3B5'10"FRNorwalk, CT
27Chris Michael3B/RHP5'11"FRAvenel, NJ
28Pether MinierRHP6'2"FRPerth Amboy, NJ
30Josh HernandezOF6'0"FRWest Palm Beach, FL
32William LonerganRHP5'11"FRStaten Island, NY
34Sean Joyce1B6'1"FRStaten Island, NY
35Shil Amin2B/3B5'8"FRMount Laurel, NJ
36Jack RoartyOF6'2"FRIselin, NJ
40Matthew RodriguezRHP6'3"FR North Brunswick, NJ
41Tyler SharfetzC6'1"FRFords, NJ
42Nick EstesRHP6'3"FRRahway, NJ
44Dylan Schelmety1B/LHP6'1"FRWoodbridge, NJ
Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Chris Mooney

Head Coach: Chris Mooney

Email: cmooney@middlesexcc.edu
Phone: 732-906-4675
Office Location: PEC B104

Coach Mooney was selected to be the MCC Head Baseball Coach prior to the start of the 2014 Baseball Season. Coach Mooney was honored as the 2016 Region XIX “Coach of the Year”, as his team finished the regular season with a (28-14, 16-8) record and advanced into the quarterfinals of the Region XIX Tournament. The 2016 Colts finished with the second most wins in program history (29). The 2017 Colts finished the year with (25) wins, marking the first time since 2003-2004 with consecutive 20+ game winning seasons. In the 2018 season, Mooney earned his 100th career win on April 29, in a 12-0 victory at Bucks County College. The 2019 MCC Blue Colts finished the season with (26) wins and a trip to the Region XIX Quarterfinals. This is the 3rd time in the last 4 seasons that the program has won at least 25 or more games in a single season.

As a player, he was a two year starter and letter-winner at Middlesex County College in 2009-2010. In 2010, he was named to the NJCAA First Team Academic All-American Team. After his playing days at MCC were over, Coach Mooney transferred to Rutgers Camden. In his first season with the Scarlet Raptors, he became an All-American when he was named to the 2011 ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division III Gold Glove Team. Coach Mooney earned the honor as the best defensive first baseman in the country. In 2012, he was named to the Capital One Academic All American Division III Baseball Third Team with a 4.0 GPA. He graduated from Rutgers-Camden with a Bachelor’s Degree. He also earned his Master’s Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University in Irvine, CA graduating with a 3.96 GPA. Aside from coaching, coach Mooney works full-time as an academic advisor at Middlesex County College.

Assistant Coach: Brian Weins

Assistant Coach: Brian Weins

Coach Brian Weins has been a member of the MCC baseball coaching staff since the spring of 2014. A former MCC baseball player himself, coaching and teaching has always been a passion of his. Following his playing days at Middlesex, coach Weins embarked on his coaching career in the summer of 2013. Working alongside Cal Ripken Jr., he traveled around the country teaching the youth how to play baseball as a part of the “Ripken Way.” Coach Weins also joined the Woodbridge High School staff in the summer of 2013, helping lead the Barrons to the NJABC State Championship as their pitching coach. This was the first baseball state championship in Woodbridge school history.

Throughout his tenure at MCC, coach Weins has played a vital role in helping to advance the program. He has helped create multiple social media accounts as well as a team website to create more exposure for the athletes. His primary role on the staff is to work with the pitchers and catchers, but he also spends a great deal of time with the hitters and the recruitment of prospective high school student athletes as well. During the 2016 season, coach Weins helped guide the MCC pitching staff to 29 wins and a 4.32 team ERA, which included two undefeated starting pitchers.