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Donald J. Boyles is a contributor to College Baseball Daily and is a life long Texas Longhorns fan. You can follow him on Twitter @djbfootball.

Kansas elevates Ryan Graves to Associate Head Coach

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LAWRENCE, Kan. – In an important decision for the future of the Kansas baseball program, Head Coach Ritch Price announced Friday that long-time assistant coach Ryan Graves has been elevated to the position of Associate Head Coach effective immediately. Graves will continue to coordinate the Kansas pitching staff and also be the position coach for the team’s catchers.

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Virginia Baseball Releases 2011 Schedule

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BrianO'ConnorUVACHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The defending ACC Coastal Division champion Virginia baseball team, led by eighth-year head coach Brian O’Connor, has announced its schedule for the 2011 season. The Cavaliers are slated to play 25 games against 2010 NCAA Tournament teams, including home series against ACC foes Florida State, Miami and NC State.

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College of Charleston Baseball Releases 2011 Schedule

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MonteLeeThree home tournaments, games against seven 2010 NCAA participants including College World Series Champion South Carolina and 30 Southern Conference contests highlight the College of Charleston’s 2011 schedule.

“I’m excited about our 2011 schedule,” said Head Coach Monte Lee, in his third year with the Cougars. “We have 36 home games this year which is great, and some very good clubs coming to play here. We have Kentucky and Auburn coming from the SEC early in the year, along with a top 25 program in Connecticut, and 2009 College World Series participant Southern Mississippi.” Continue reading College of Charleston Baseball Releases 2011 Schedule

James Madison Releases 2011 Schedule

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JMUSchedulePhotoHARRISONBURG, Va., Oct. 28, 2010 – James Madison baseball head coach Spanky McFarland on Thursday unveiled a 2011 schedule that is highlighted by 30 home games, including 14 at night, five games against Atlantic Coast Conference teams, and a return to playing series against all 10 Colonial Athletic Association teams in league play.

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