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3 Teams have released their 2009 College Baseball Schedules

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Kent State announces 2009 Baseball Schedule

Three trips to the Carolinas, a trip to Georgia and an always tough Mid-American Conference slate headline the 2009 baseball schedule for the Golden Flashes.

“I think we have a very challenging schedule once again,” said 5th year head coach Scott Stricklin. “Our goal every single year is to go out and play a challenging schedule where our players are going to be tested on the road early against very good opponents at good venues.

“Our goal when we enter the conference season is that we have been able to play quality teams in tough atmospheres to hopefully get out players ready for the conference,” added Stricklin. FULL STORY


Florida Gators Baseball Releases 2009 Schedule

The University of Florida baseball program and second-year head coach Kevin O’Sullivan announced its 2009 schedule Tuesday. The Gators’ 56-game schedule features 35 games within the friendly confines of McKethan Stadium at Perry Field, where the squad compiled a 27-6 (.818) mark last year. UF has 36 games versus opponents who advanced to the NCAA Tournament, 12 of which will be against 2008 College World Series participants Florida State, Georgia, LSU and Miami (Fla.).

For the ninth-consecutive season and the 21st time in 23 years, the Gators will open their season at home, hosting a three-game series against Louisville from Fri.-Sun., Feb. 20-22. The Cardinals reached the CWS in 2007 and posted a 41-21 mark last year. Florida will be tested by the rugged 30-game Southeastern Conference schedule and will also face traditional Sunshine State rivals Florida State, Miami, Bethune-Cookman, Florida Atlantic, Florida Gulf Coast, Jacksonville, North Florida, UCF, USF and Stetson. FULL STORY

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Florida Gators

Cornell releases 2009 Schedule

Head Coach Bill Walkenbach and the Big Red of Cornell open the 2009 campaign on the road against the Naval Academy in a two day four game set starting on the 28th of February. They will the travel to Villanova, Pennsylvania to take on Villanova in a double header on the 8th of March.

Cornell opens the Ivy League with a home series against the Brown Bear on March 28th in double header. Cornell then turns around the next day to take on Yale in a double header.

Cornell ends the conference play against Princeton University at home.

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Cornell University

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