Long Beach State releases 2015 Schedule

LBSUSchedulePic_thumb.jpgLONG BEACH, Calif. – Head coach Troy Buckley and the Long Beach State Dirtbags have put together another challenging schedule for the 2015 season. The Dirtbags 2015 slate features eight opponents who made the postseason in 2014 and two who made the Super Regionals.

Fresh off its first postseason appearance in six years, the Dirtbags will again face one of the toughest schedules in the country as they look to get back into the NCAA Tournament. The eight opponents who made the tournament in 2014 account for 22 games in the 55-game schedule and six of the eight opponents will be played in the nonconference portion of the schedule. Continue reading


FSU’s Jameis Winston Paints Embarrassing Picture

Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com wrote a fantastic article on Florida State quarterback and pitcher Jameis Winston who was suspended for the Clemson football game on Saturday night for a yelling a vulgar phrase in the middle of campus. Doyel details the way that Winston continues to run the campus and not the administrators which includes how he was superseded for only three games from the baseball team after stealing crab legs from a local supermarket. Continue reading


CBD Journal with Army’s Alex Jensen (September 22nd)

cbd_journal_jensenNow that the semester is in full swing I figured it was time for another entry. We are already four weeks into classes at West Point and over two weeks into our fall season. This is always a difficult time for college baseball players because there are no official NCAA games and no tournaments. It is a time to work on the little things, earn spots in the starting roster, and get to know the younger guys on the team. I personally welcome the fall for two reasons. One, it is the best time to begin coming together as a team as the foundation for the spring is being laid. Two, it provides an opportunity for guys to compete for a starting spot and show what they have been working on in the offseason. Overall, the fall can be taken as a time-filler or a productive period of growth and improvement. Continue reading

Missouri State releases 2015 Schedule

MissouriStateBaseball.jpgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The 2015 Missouri State baseball schedule will feature a total of 56 games, including 24 home dates and match-ups against seven different 2014 NCAA Tournament teams, head coach Keith Guttin announced Friday. In all, the Bears will play 25 games against 12 different opponents that rated among the top 100 RPI-finishers a year ago, including 14 contests against NCAA Regional qualifiers.

Highlighting the Bears’ campaign will be non-conference home-and-home sets with in-state rival Missouri and Big 12 foe Kansas, as well as a three-game road series with two-time national champion Oregon State. MSU will also travel to Kansas State for a three-game series and play single road contests against Arkansas and Saint Louis. Continue reading