All posts by Kate Moser

Kate is a graduate of an SEC university, where she studied broadcasting and worked for athletic media relations. Writing and sports have always been the two biggest loves in her life. She joins College Baseball Daily in 2013 as a SEC contributor; she is now an Assistant Editor, as well as Intern and Assignment Coordinator. She can be reached by email at Kate.Moser (at) collegebaseballdaily (dot) com and on Twitter @TheKateMoser
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2014 Top 100 Players Countdown: 53. Jonathan Holder (Mississippi State)

We continue the countdown with another Mississippi State Bulldog at number 53, RHP Jonathan Holder. Holder enters his junior season after a spectacular run with the Diamond Dawgs last season. Continue reading


2014 CBD Top 100 Countdown: 54. Ross Mitchell (Mississippi State)

RossMitchellMississippiStateWe continue the countdown with number 54, Mississippi State’s LHP Ross Mitchell.  The Smyrna, Tenn. southpaw enters his junior season with the Diamond Dawgs as one of the strongest bullpen pitchers in Starkville. Continue reading

Temple Baseball To Play Conference Games at Campbell’s Field

PHILADELPHIA - It is a new era for Temple University Baseball, so it is only fitting that the team will be playing in a new stadium.

Entering its first year as a member of the American Athletic Conference, Temple University today announced it will play all but one of its home conference games at beautiful Campbell’s Field, home of the Camden Riversharks.
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Hofstra Adds Three to Coaching Staff

JohnRussoHofstraHempstead, NY – Hofstra University Vice President and Director of Athletics Jeffrey A. Hathaway today announced the appointments of Rob Cafiero, Kevin Ferrari and Adam Janowski to volunteer coaching positions in the Hofstra Athletics Department.

Cafiero will serve as an assistant baseball coach, Ferrari a women’s soccer assistant and Janowski a men’s soccer assistant. Continue reading

Virginia Tech Releases 2014 Schedule

Virginia-Tech-logoBLACKSBURG – No matter how you slice it, the 2014 Virginia Tech baseball schedule will be a challenging one for the Hokies under
first-year head coach Patrick Mason. The team will face nine teams (22 games) that made the 2013 NCAA Baseball Championship, and includes four teams (10 games) that made Super Regionals and three teams (seven games) that made the 2013 College World Series.
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