Rowan University Baseball faces Ramapo College in the championship round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament on Sunday at noon.
After upsetting host Kean University 4-3 on Saturday, the Profs will take on the Roadrunners for an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
Rowan University Baseball continues their run in the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday against arch-rival Kean University at 8:30 a.m. on WGLS Channel 2.
Rob Cunningham and Jackson Baird will have the call from Union, New Jersey.
The 2013 Rowan University Baseball broadcast schedule starts on Saturday morning, March 2 beginning at 11 when the Profs host SUNY Oneonta in a doubleheader.
Rowan is picked to finish third behind Kean and Ramapo, in the tough New Jersey Athletic Conference.
Rowan University Basketball returns to the airwaves of WGLS-FM on Saturday afternoon beginning at 1 in an NJAC doubleheader.
Coverage starts at 1 with women’s action when the Profs take on the Ramapo College Roadrunners.
Rowan University Basketball hits the airwaves of WGLS-FM tonight for the final time during 2012 beginning at 6pm.
The Profs travel to Aston, PA to take on the Neumann University Knights. Coverage begins on WGLS-FM at 6 p.m. with women’s action followed by the men’s game at 8.
Join Matt Kazin and Rob Szczepanik for all of the action from The Mirenda Center as the Profs look end 2012 in winning fashion.
You can follow Profs action on 89.7, listen online at wgls.rowan.edu, or check it out on Audio Now by dialing 856-226-7049.
The Wilmington Blue Rocks begin the second half of their 2012 season tonight when they battle the Carolina Mudcats at 7:15 on Rowan Radio.
After a 29-41 record during the season’s first half, Wilmington sends Brook Pounders to the mound against the Mudcats in the team’s first game since the All-Star break.
Coverage begins on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM at 6:45 with The Rocks Report, hosted by Rob Cunningham.
Then, at 7:15 join John Sadak for first pitch between Wilmington and Carolina!
Rowan University Baseball received a bid to the NCAA tournament on Monday and will play out of the Mid-Atlantic region in Lakewood, NJ beginning on Wednesday at 7:45 versus Randolph-Macon.