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2012 CBD Season Preview: Pac-12 (Part Two)

Here is Part Two of our Pac-12 Preview. You can check out the first part of the preview by clicking here.

UCLA (35-24 overall, 18-9 Pac-12)

Key Returning Players: RHP Zack Weiss, RHP Adam Plutko, OF Beau Ameral

Key Losses Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year Trevor Bauer, 1st overall pick Gerrit Cole, C Steve Rodriguez Continue reading


2012 CBD Season Preview: Pac-12 (Part One)


The Pac-10 saw six teams head to regionals in the 2011 season, with Cal advancing to the College World Series. This year, those same six teams (UCLA, Cal, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State and Stanford) have all of the tools to stay towards the front of the pack in the race for the inaugural Pac-12 championship. However, in a conference as strong as the Pac-12, every team has the talent to compete and ultimately vie for the title of conference champions. With strong recruiting classes across the board, the addition of Utah to the conference and some of the top players in the country returning, the Pac-12 will host elite competition week after week, re-establishing itself as a premier conference in college baseball.

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UConn Announces Plans for New Stadium


STORRS, Conn. (January 31, 2012) – The University of Connecticut Division of Athletics has established “Stadium Enhancement/Construction” funds in the sports of soccer, baseball and softball. The purpose of the funds are to upgrade or build new facilities for those sports.  The projects are all still in the early planning stages and the full scope of these projects have yet to be determined.  The projects will be funded entirely through private donations Continue reading

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2012 CAA Preseason Coaches Poll Released

RICHMOND, Va. (January 26, 2012) – James Madison, which captured the CAA baseball championship for the second time in four years last season, has been picked to win the conference title again in 2012 according to a vote of the CAA’s head baseball coaches. Continue reading

Coach Mike Kazlausky

Kazlausky makes transition to Air Force head coach

Greg Johnson of NCAA Champion Magazine recently had the chance to catch up with new Air Force head coach Mike Kazlausky. Kazlausky was named head coach of the Falcons just two days after he retired from active duty. The Air Force wasn’t something that Kazlausky had always had his mind set on, but as he explored the possibility he realized that the Air Force provided exactly the kind of challenge that he was looking for. Now he is looking to inspire kids who want the same kind of challenge that he was seeking out of high school. Continue reading