Nashua has made two additions to their coaching staff for the upcoming 2022 season
Nashua finished the season with a successful second half.
The Silver Knights lost both ends of their wild doubleheader on Thursday to eliminate them from playoff contention.
Noah Wachter allowed one run while Jackson Linn and John Mead homered.
Nick Guarino pitched a complete-game shutout as Nashua snaps a four-game losing streak.
With a 7-1 win, the Lake Monsters have now won 40 games this season, setting a new FCBL record.
Aidan Crowley also pitched 5.2 innings of one-run ball.
Jack Beauchesne pitched four strong innings in his final start of the season.
The second-longest winning streak in franchise history came to an end on Thursday with a 9-5 loss.
Nashua is now in sixth place and only four games back of a playoff berth.
Ten walks and only four strikeouts helped Nashua continue its best stretch of the season.
Powered by Sam McNulty's mammoth day, Nashua swept its doubleheader against Westfield.
The lineup went to town and the pitching held up in Nashua's 8-2 win over Norwich.
Jack Beauchesne gave up one run in five innings as Nashua beat Westfield.
Will MacLean hit two doubles and drove in two runs in the win against Worcester.
Ott also made his first pitching appearance of the season.
Vermont has now won 18 of their last 20 games.
Nick Guarino pitched five shutout innings as Nashua took down Worcester.
Sam McNulty went three-for-three in game two as the Silver Knights fall to 15-30 on the season.
Nate Goranson had a big day but Nashua left 11 runs on base in a 6-3 loss to the Bravehearts.