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Brian Foley is the founder and Lead Editor of College Baseball Daily since its inception in 2005. He has covered two CWS, multiple NCAA Baseball Regionals, and other special events across the country. In addition to his duties with College Baseball Daily, he has covered games for Inside Lacrosse and been featured in USA Today, Wall Street Journal among other publications. He can be contacted by email at editor at collegebaseballdaily.com and followed on Twitter @BFoley82.

Fresno State releases 2015 Schedule

fresnodogpile1FRESNO, Calif. – Fresno State head baseball coach Mike Batesole unveiled his squad’s 2015 schedule on Thursday. The spring slate will test the Diamond ‘Dogs over a 56-game regular season schedule that kicks off Friday, February 13 at Beiden Field with UC Irvine, one of eight teams to reach Omaha for the College World Series last season.
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Monmouth releases 2015 Schedule

MonmouthBaseball.jpgWEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. –The Monmouth University baseball team announced its 2015 schedule on Friday afternoon, including 54 games and 20 home contests. MU, under the direction of 22nd year head coach Dean Ehehalt, will face competition from ten different conferences and open the season February 13.

“I’m excited about the challenge our pre-conference schedule will give us,” said Head Coach Dean Ehehalt. “Historically, we make a huge effort to play quality programs early in the season that will enable us to prepare for the conference season. The start to our 2015 schedule will really provide a nice test and enable us to see where we are at as a program.” Continue reading Monmouth releases 2015 Schedule

Georgetown releases 2015 Schedule

PeteWikGeorgetownWASHINGTON – Head Coach Pete Wilk and the Georgetown University baseball team announced the schedule for the upcoming 2015 season. Highlighting the spring slate is four non-conference games against teams that participated in last season’s NCAA Tournament, including a matchup with Virginia, the 2014 College World Series runners-up.

The Hoyas will open the year the same way they did last season, with three games in Winston-Salem, N.C., on the weekend of February 13-15. Taking part in the Wake Forest Invitational, GU will start the season against VCU, a team that went 37-20 out of the Atlantic 10 last year. Georgetown will also play Bucknell, an NCAA Tournament participant in 2014, and Delaware. Continue reading Georgetown releases 2015 Schedule

Bowling Green releases 2015 Schedule

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—The Bowling Green State University baseball program, under the direction of head coach Danny Schmitz, announced their 2015 schedule on Wednesday (Dec. 10) morning. Coming off a 25-27 season in 2014, the Falcons will begin their season on Feb. 13. The 2015 schedule will feature all 11 Mid-American Conference foes, and at least three first-time opponents.

“We are excited to announce our 2015 schedule,” head coach Danny Schmitz said. “The early season schedule will both challenge us and prepare us for Mid-American Conference play. With such a young team, it will be important to get game experience against a very good lineup of teams.” Continue reading Bowling Green releases 2015 Schedule

Nicholls State releases 2015 Schedule

THIBODAUX, La. – Head coach Seth Thibodeaux and the Nicholls State University baseball team announced the 2015 regular season schedule, featuring 30 home games at Ray E. Didier Field, among 55 regular-season contests scheduled to begin on Friday, Feb. 13 with a three-game series against Stony Brook University at home.
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Being part of an exhilarating and sometimes aggressive game, the players on the professional baseball circuit have become big stars in the USA, sliding to stardom with millions of fans.

The lighter side of baseball is part of what makes it so great and enjoyable for so many adoring viewers. Every sport has its share of entertaining moments, but the antics involved with baseball take on a different tone since they can surface in so many different ways. Continue reading