WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Sixth-year head coach Tom Walter has announced the 2015 spring schedule for the Wake Forest baseball team.
Wake Forest will again play a challenging schedule with six opponents that played in the NCAA Tournament last season.
The Deacons open the season at home with four-straight home games with the home opener on Feb. 13 against Delaware. Wake Forest will host 2014 NCAA Tournament participant Bucknell that weekend on Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m. before facing VCU later that afternoon. Continue reading
DAVIS, Calif. — A total of 14 games against five NCAA Tournament teams from a season ago highlights the 2015 schedule for the UC Davis baseball team, as Head Coach Matt Vaughn announced his club’s 57-game slate.
Four of the five NCAA Tournament opponents will come from the Aggies’ own conference, as three-game series against regional participants Cal State Fullerton (April 10-12) and Big West Conference regular season champion Cal Poly (May 21-23) will be contested at Dobbins Stadium, while UC Davis will travel to face Long Beach State (May 15-17) and College World Series participant UC Irvine (April 17-19). Continue reading
AUBURN – Auburn baseball will play 40 games against teams that participated in last season’s NCAA Baseball Tournament as part of its 2015 schedule as announced by head coach Sunny Golloway on Monday.
The Tigers’ 2015 slate features 36 home games, including 16 of its first 18 games of the season at Plainsman Park. Continue reading
The Charlotte Observer is reporting that the UNC Charlotte baseball program is currently “on hold” after an investigation into hazing was launched by the university. The investigation was launched by the UNC Charlotte Student Affairs Division under the direction of the Office of Legal Affairs in accordance with the university’s Code of Student Responsibility.
You can read about the entire allegations by clicking here even though the details are murky.
Ball State’s baseball team, under the direction of head coach Rich Maloney, has announced its 2015 schedule.
“We are excited about the upcoming season and competing against so many outstanding programs,” Maloney said. “Our non-conference schedule will be foreboding in playing UNC-Wilmington, Kentucky, Elon, Coastal Carolina, West Virginia, Dartmouth, Illinois twice, Indiana, Purdue twice, Northwestern and Maine. All of those programs have recently won their conference, played in NCAA tournament or have a storied tradition. We are doing this in hopes of preparing our team for the 27 game grind of MAC play. This is part of the journey to try and take our program to the next level.” Continue reading
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Indiana State men’s baseball team has announced the schedule for the 2015 season. In 2014, the Sycamores were 35-18, including 14-7 in the Missouri Valley during the regular season and earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Regional in Bloomington, Indiana. It was the first season for head coach Mitch Hannahs as the Sycamores look to improve upon that in 2015. A total of 56 games are scheduled, with 28 games in Terre Haute, and 28 games away. Continue reading
The Canisius baseball team and 11th-year coach Mike McRae have announced the 2015 schedule for the Golden Griffins. Twelve games against a total of six teams who played in the 2014 NCAA Tournament appear on the non-conference schedule while Canisius will play 16 games at the Demske Sports Complex. Continue reading
DeKALB, Ill. – Northern Illinois University Head Baseball Coach Ed Mathey has resigned his position with the school after 12 years at the helm of the Huskie program, NIU Associate Vice-President and Director of Athletics Sean T. Frazier announced Thursday. Continue reading
Murray State baseball coach Kevin Moulder announced the baseball schedule for the 2015 season.
The schedule consists of 56 games, with 28 home games being held at Reagan Field. The season opener is in Hattiesburg, Mississippi against Southern Miss on February 13, 2015. The home opener for the Racers will be held February 17 at 2 p.m. against Harris Stowe. Continue reading
HIGH POINT, N.C. – High Point University baseball head coach Craig Cozart announced the team’s schedule for the upcoming 2015 season on Tuesday. High Point will face a challenging slate of non-conference opponents that includes the College of Charleston, South Florida, North Carolina, Elon and Davidson.
“We have once again put together a challenging schedule for our team this season,” head coach Craig Cozart said. “We have several quality home series and two very challenging road series at the College of Charleston and South Florida. Our midweek schedule will once again be filled with talented teams from the ACC, the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA, the CAA and the SoCon. Our conference slate will provide us with a great test as we prepare for the Big South Tournament. We are looking forward to a tremendous year and are optimistic about our opportunities.” Continue reading