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Missouri State Releases Baseball Schedule for 2009

The 2009 Missouri State baseball schedule has been completed and includes a total of 55 games as the Bears move into their sixth season at Hammons Field. The schedule features 26 home dates and 29 road games, 15 games against teams that qualified for the 2008 NCAA Tournament and a three-games series with 2006 and 2007 national champion Oregon State.

Missouri State will be challenged early, opening the year with three games at Middle Tennessee State (Feb. 20-22), and playing in a tournament in Huntsville, Texas, the next weekend against Sam Houston State, St. Mary’s (Calif.) and twice against Nebraska.

On March 13-15, MSU travels to Portland, Ore., for a three-game set with Oregon State. The 2009 schedule also includes a home-and-home series with Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma State, home midweek contests with Central Arkansas, Saint Louis and Arkansas-Little Rock, and a weekend series with Oral Roberts with a game in Springfield on Friday and games on ORU’s campus in Tulsa, Okla., on Saturday and Sunday. FULL STORY

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Missouri State

Stanford Baseball Announces 2009 Schedule

The Stanford baseball program, which made its 16th trip to the College World Series in 2008, has announced its 56-game 2009 regular season schedule. The slate includes 27 Pacific-10 Conference games and 33 home contests at Klein Field at Sunken Diamond.

Stanford’s 2009 schedule features a total of 25 games against nine 2008 NCAA Tournament teams: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Cal State Fullerton, San Diego, Texas, UC Davis, UCLA and Vanderbilt.

Head Coach Mark Marquess will begin his 33rd season at the helm of the Cardinal with four home games the weekend of February 20-22 against Southeastern Conference power Vanderbilt (Friday and Saturday) and UC Riverside (Sunday doubleheader). Other highlights of the Sunken Diamond schedule include a three-game weekend series with traditional power Texas (March 6-8), midweek games against West Coast Conference foes Saint Mary’s, Santa Clara, San Diego and USF, and Pac-10 weekend sets against Washington, UCLA, Arizona and Oregon State. FULL STORY

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Stanford

Air Force Baseball Announces 2009 Schedule

A doubleheader with Creighton at Rosenblatt Stadium and 12 home games at Security Service Field highlight the 2009 Air Force baseball schedule, announced today by head coach Mike Hutcheon. Air Force opens the season Feb. 20 against Navy at the 2009 Service Academies Spring Classic in Millington, Tenn.

The 55-game slate features non-conference road trips to Omaha Neb., Millington, Charleston (twice) and Clinton S.C., Savannah Ga., Cedar City and Orem Utah and Greeley, Colo. Air Force will play Creighton in a doubleheader at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, the revered home of the College Baseball World Series, on Wednesday, April 15.

Air Force will play all four home Mountain West Conference series this year at Security Services Field in Colorado Springs. Security Service Field is home to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, the top minor league (Class AAA) affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Air Force is also slated to play five mid-week home games at Falcon Field at the Academy. FULL STORY

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Air Force

NIU Baseball Announces 2009 Schedule

Northern Illinois will face a challenging 2009 schedule that begins with consecutive weekend tournaments at two of college baseball’s top venues in Mississippi State and Arizona State. Overall, the Huskies are slated to face four 2008 NCAA qualifiers and 14 total teams who made postseason appearances a year ago.

NIU will open at the Cadence Classic Tournament at Mississippi State Feb. 20-22, a weekend that includes two contests against the host Bulldogs and two against North Florida. After a single game at Arizona State on Feb. 26, the Huskies will play the next three days in a round-robin tournament hosted by the Sun Devils against a field that includes 2006 and 2007 national champion Oregon State and Missouri.

“Our first few two weeks will be a great challenge, but also a great opportunity,” said seventh-year head coach Ed Mathey. “It is probably the most challenging start during my time here and our kids will get to see how they stack up against some of the best teams in the country. Playing against such great programs at great venues is something to be excited about and I know our players are. Hopefully, fans of Huskie baseball plan to make the trip to see those games in a couple of great parks.” FULL STORY

2009 College Baseball Schedule- Northern Illinois