The 2013 NCAA Champion UCLA Bruins baseball team announced their 56-game regular season schedule, which includes 10 conference and 13 non-conference opponents, today.
The Bruins will open the season with a non-conference three-game weekend series at home against the Hofstra Pride starting on Friday, February 13 at Jackie Robinson Stadium. UCLA will then spend the following weekend in Chapel Hill, N.C. for a three-game weekend series against the North Carolina Tar Heels starting on Friday, February 20. Continue reading
The Tigers will open the year with a three-game set at 2014 NCAA participant Louisiana State University on Feb. 27-Mar 1. After a four-game series with UNC-Greensboro (Mar. 6-8), Princeton will travel to College Park, Md. to face the University of Maryland on Mar. 13-15. Continue reading
VESTAL, N.Y. – Two-time defending America East champion Binghamton baseball will open its 2015 season at SEC member Auburn. The Bearcats will start their 55-game spring slate with the three-game set on February 13-15 in Alabama.
The Auburn series kicks off six consecutive weeks of road travel for BU, which will play its first 25 games away from home before hosting America East foe UMass Lowell on April 4-5. Binghamton plays a three-game series at CAA power William & Mary on February 20-22 – the first of three straight weekend trips to the state of Virginia. The Tribe won 34 games before falling in the conference championship game last spring.
Three-game sets at Radford and VMI precede BU’s conference-opening series at Stony Brook on March 14-15.
“Our first four weekends of non-conference play are both exciting and quite challenging,” 23th-year head coach Tim Sinicki said. “Quality opponents from the SEC, Big South, Colonial and Southern Conference will certainly give us a chance to see where we are as a team heading into America East Conference play.” Continue reading
UPDATED at 8pm on October 23rd 2014
Yesterday, it came out that North Carolina’s baseball program was involved with the paper classes scandal that has affected the basketball and football program in the Waintstein Report. In the report, it is clearly stated that the UNC baseball coaching staff had no knowledge of the scandal in the Waintstein report which says the following about the coaching staff’s knowledge. Continue reading
FULLERTON, Calif. – Coming off the 40th consecutive winning season in Cal State Fullerton’s NCAA Division I history, the Titans will begin the quest for a fifth national championship on Feb. 13, 2015, part of the 30-game road schedule which was announced Thursday. Overall, the Titans play 56 games in 2015 highlighted by 26 home games and seven weekend series’ at Goodwin Field. Continue reading
Eastern Michigan new head coach Mark Van Ameyde recently sat down with EMU Media Relations staff to talk about his first months on the job, the coaching staff, and how the fall season went. You can check out the video interview below. Continue reading
West Hartford, Conn. – Hartford baseball coach Justin Blood announced a 53-game schedule for his fourth season at the helm of the Hawks in 2015. The schedule includes 44 dates, highlighted by eight games against NCAA Tournament teams from 2014.
“This is a challenging schedule, but one that we feel we are ready for,” said Blood. “The Duke, Virginia and BYU trips will give us an early idea of where we stand. I’m also excited about the opportunity to face off against Boston College and Bryant in non-conference series. It should be a very competitive year in the America East as well. Most importantly we have to stay focused on the next four months of class work, training and skill development.” Continue reading
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Forty-two games, including a biannual appearance at Fenway Park for the Baseball Beanpot, highlight the 2015 Harvard baseball schedule, which was released Tuesday (Oct. 22) by Bill Decker, the Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67 Head Coach for Harvard Baseball.
The Crimson will play 11 games in the comforts of O’Donnell Field on campus, after making appearances on the road at tough nonconference opponents to start the spring. The first pitch for Harvard, which finished with an improved 11-28 record (5-15 Ivy League) last season, is set for 4 p.m. on Feb. 27 when the Crimson kicks off its four-game series at Wofford in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After its series with the Terriers, Harvard makes its way south to Macon, Georgia, for a four-game stand at Mercer on March 6-8. Continue reading
The ongoing academic scandal with the North Carolina Athletic Department has focused on the basketball and football program. It revolves around a lack of oversight with Department of African and Afro-American Studies administrator Deborah Crowder and former chairman Julius Nyang’oro to create so-called “paper classes” which allowed student-athletes and other students to take sham classes. Continue reading