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CBB Column: 2010 NCAA Regional Projections (April 15th)

The College Baseball Blog continues our weekly release of Regional Projections with Colin Weber sitting in this week. They are done through games on Tuesday as that was the latest available RPI figures we could find. You can check out the full bracket below. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section at the bottom of the article with what you think is right and wrong. Continue reading

Dallas Baptist, San Jose State, & Oral Roberts Release 2010 Schedules

The Dallas Baptist Patriots, preseason ranked #40 by Collegiate Baseball, have released their 2010 baseball schedule. Dallas Baptist enters their third season under the guidance of head coach Daniel Heefner, who guided the Patriots to their first ever NCAA Regional appearance in 2008 and a 38-17 overall record during the 2009 campaign.

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Nebraska, Stetson Release 2010 Schedules

nesseth_croppedPhoto Nebraska head coach Mike Anderson has released the 2010 slate for his Cornhuskers.  The Huskers finished a disappointing last place in the Big 12 last year but are looking to get back to being a mainstay at the College World Series like they were at the start of the decade.

The Huskers will begin the 2010 season on the West Coast, as they travel to California to take on Fresno State (Feb. 19-22) in a four game set.  Nebraska will then visit Houston, Texas, to take part in the Rice Invitational (Feb. 26-28) where they will play games against Texas A&M Corpus Christi, host Rice, and Elon.

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UConn Announces 2010 Baseball Schedule

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GeorgeSpringerUConn STORRS, Conn. – In 2010, the University of Connecticut baseball team is scheduled to play 56 regular season games in the program’s 115th season, including games against 29 opponents from 14 conferences throughout the country.

UConn will host 20 games at J.O. Christian Field in the upcoming season, including three-game series against four BIG EAST opponents. The Huskies’ schedule features nine opponents from the BIG EAST Conference, and is highlighted by a challenging early season agenda. The team’s first 12 games of the 2010 season will be against programs in the Pac10, Big Ten, Big West, Conference USA, SEC and the ACC.

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Murray State Announces 2010 Schedule

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MurrayState A home-and-home series with Kentucky and Western Kentucky, along with a road game at Ole Miss, highlight the 2010 Murray State baseball schedule that was announced by head coach Rob McDonald Thursday.

“Our 2010 schedule will be very competitive,” said McDonald.  “The tough non-conference schedule will prepare us to make another run at the Ohio Valley Conference championship.  I am excited to have home-and-home series with local rivals Western Kentucky, Evansville, Arkansas State and Belmont, as well as a trip to Ole Miss.”

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San Diego State, Siena Post 2010 Schedules

TonyGwynn Head coach Tony Gwynn has released the 2010 schedule for his San Diego State Aztecs.  The Aztecs will enter the 2010 campaign without Stephen Strasburg, the first overall selection in the 2009 MLB Draft.  SDSU will begin the season with six straight games at Tony Gwynn Stadium.  The Aztecs host Oklahoma and Indiana (Feb. 19-22) opening weekend before a mid-week contest with UC Riverside (Feb. 23) and a split four-game weekend series against cross-town rival San Diego (Feb. 25-28).

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Cal State Northridge Announces 2010 Schedule

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Cal State Northridge Media Relations Photo NORTHRIDGE, Calif. – As preparations continue for their 52nd season of competition, the Cal State Northridge Matadors released their 2010 schedule Tuesday afternoon.

Friday, February 19th is when the first game of the 2010 season will take place for the Matadors as they travel to Compton, Calif. to face Bethune-Cookman in the inaugural game of the MLB Urban Invitational. CSUN will return to the MLB Urban Youth Academy the very next day to face Southern before completing tournament play at UCLA in a Sunday afternoon match-up against the Bruins.

For the second straight season Northridge has a schedule laden with games at Matador Field

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Sam Houston State, Utah Valley Unveil 2010 Schedules

MarkJohnsonSHSU Head Coach Mark Johnson has released the 2010 slate for his Sam Houston State Bearkats.  After winning the Southland Conference Tournament in 2009, the Bearkats look to continue their winning ways this season.  The team will open the campaign on the road against in-state foe TCU (Feb. 19-21).  After returning from Fort Worth, Sam Houston State will host Prairie View A&M (Feb. 23), Utah (Feb. 26-28), and Texas Southern (March 2) as well as the Hillcrest Invitational Tournament (March 5-7) in which Creighton and Northern Colorado will take part.

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George Mason, Longwood Announce 2010 Schedules

Washington Post Photo Head coach Bill Brown has released the 2010 George Mason baseball schedule.  The Patriots will play thirty one home games at Spuhler Field this season, including twelve CAA contests.

George Mason will begin the season in Rock Hill, South Carolina, as they play a double round robin tournament with Northwestern and Winthrop (Feb. 19-21).  The following weekend the Patriots will have their home opener, as they host Monmouth (Feb. 26-28) for a three game set. 

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Northern Illinois Releases 2010 Schedule

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NIUBaseball DeKALB, Ill. – The Northern Illinois baseball program announced its 2010 schedule on Wednesday, featuring 20 home games, two contests at professional ball parks Road Ranger Stadium and Elfstrom Stadium, and a season-opening four-game set on the road against national powerhouse Arizona State.

"We are really excited about the schedule this year," said NIU head coach Ed Mathey. "We have a lot of games against quality opponents. Obviously, the two that stand out the most are the games against 2009 World Series team Arizona State and 2009 NCAA Regional team Cal Poly.

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