All posts by Emma Charpentier

Emma is a junior at Western Kentucky and serves as the Sun Belt conference writer while assisting with national coverage on College Baseball Daily.

CBD Photo Gallery: 2013 CWS Louisville v. Oregon State

BenWetzlerOregonStateHere is our photo gallery from the 2013 College World Series Game between Louisville and Oregon State. Oregon State won the game by a score of 11-4. (Full Recap available here.) Continue reading


CBD Photo Gallery: 2013 CWS- NC State defeats North Carolina 8-1 in Pictures

NCStateCelebrationFeaturedNorth Carolina State defeated in state rival North Carolina 8-1 in each team’s opening game of the 2013 College World Series. (Full Recap here) Here are some of the best pictures from the games. Continue reading


CBD Photo Gallery: Indiana edges Louisville 2-0

IndianaMeetingatThirdFeaturedIndiana defeated Louisville by a score of 2-0 behind a great start from Joey DeNato. You can check out the full recap by clicking here. Our CBD Photo Gallery from the game is available below. Continue reading


CBD Photo Gallery: Vanderbilt makes a clean sweep at Ole Miss

OleMissVandyFeaturedHere are some of the top photos from this past weekend’s matchup between the Vanderbilt Commodores and the Ole Miss Rebels. Vanderbilt swept the three game SEC series to up their record to 29-4 and 11-1 in SEC play while Ole Miss is now 23-9 and 4-8 in conference play.


Battle of the Bump

Pitching was the dominant factor for the Commodores and the Rebels this weekend, with all three games won by only a point or two.

Friday starters Bobby Wahl and Kevin Ziomek both shined in a much-anticipated pitcher’s duel. Ziomek earned the win, allowing only 1 run on three hits, with four walks and three strikeouts in 7.1 innings. Wahl gave up one unearned run on five hits and six walks, recording eight strikeouts in 6.2 innings of work. Continue reading


SEC Fall Checkin: Vanderbilt

After being eliminated in a close game by NC State in the NCAA Regional early last June, the Commodores are back with something to prove. They bounced back from a 1-7 start in 2011 to finish 35-28, then won six more games in the postseason. This year, with that experience under their belts and an impressive recruiting class, the Commodores are hoping for bigger and better things. Continue reading