Jeff Reardon set major league baseball's all-time saves record. Mike Flanagan won the Cy Young. Former football recruit Ron Villone pitched in the bigs for 15 years. Matt Torra was a first-round pick in 2005.
So junior Leif Sorenson of Bradford should be proud to set the school record for career saves. Even if it is just 12.
"It was definitely a goal," said Sorenson, who has done it in just two years, as he transferred from Vermont, after the Catamounts dropped baseball. "It's not a lot so I'm trying to smash it."
Continue reading more of Michael
Muldoon's column, Our College Stars, which also mentions UMass sophomore Dennis Torres.