Brooklyn, N.Y. – Long Island University head baseball coach Don Maines announced the 2008 schedule today, with 54 games on the docket. The Blackbirds will kick off the season with a three-game series at Virginia Commonwealth beginning on Feb. 27. Long Island’s schedule also features a trip to the 2009 Palm Beach Challenge. Continue reading →
With opening season just a couple of months away we are still in the process of gathering all the 2009 Schedules coming season. One of our loyal readers have sent us 12 more for today. The following teams are featured below: Florida Atlantic, George Washington, Florida A&M, Gonzaga, Iona, Jacksonville State, UMass, Army, Morehead State, Rhode Island, Maryland, and Campbell.
THIBODAUX, La. – Head Coach Chip Durham announced the 2009 Nicholls baseball schedule Friday morning. The 2009 slate features four SEC opponents, as well as six teams who earned bids to the 2008 postseason.
“I would put our schedule for this season up against anyone’s in the country,” stated Durham. “It’s a really tough schedule with seven SEC games, one Conference-USA and four Sun Belt games, so we’re going to be challenged.” Continue reading →
The CBB is committed in bringing the best College Baseball information to our loyal readers. Today we have come across five more schedules-Charleston Southern, Chicago State, Davidson, Fairfield University and East Tennessee State. If you are looking for a particular schedule we have them located up top and on the right. If we do not have your schedule yet please send it to us and we will put it up on the site for you. Continue reading →
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FRESNO, Calif. – Head baseball coach Mike Batesole and Fresno State announced the 2009 schedule Monday. The reigning NCAA National Champions have a tough schedule to help prepare them for a run at their fourth-straight WAC championship. Continue reading →
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The Northeastern baseball team has released its 2009 schedule, and the Huskies will play a 53-game slate, 24 in the Colonial Athletic Association as they aim to return to the CAA Tournament.
The Huskies will open the season on Feb. 25 in Sarasota, Fla., against Eckerd College. Three days later, NU will play its annual exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox at the City of Palms Park in Fort Myers, Fla. Continue reading →
The University of Texas-Pan American baseball program announced its 2009 schedule on Tuesday (Dec. 20) which have the Broncs hosting 23 home games, competing in three regular season tournaments (the Al Ogletree Classic, the Whataburger Classic and the Notre Dame Classic) and the National Independent Tournament. All home games will be played at Edinburg Baseball Stadium. Continue reading →
December 16, 2008 – The Texas Collegiate League today announced the schedule for its sixth season. The 48-game campaign will open on Friday, June 5, with the regular season concluding on Saturday, August 8.
The season will kick off with the defending champion McKinney Marshals playing host to the Brazos Valley Bombers in a rematch of their tightly contested first-round playoff series last year. The next night, the Bombers will visit the Coppell Copperheads, last year’s runner-up and the 2007 TCL champion. Continue reading →
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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (December 16, 2008) – West Virginia University baseball coach Greg Van Zant has announced the 2009 schedule, which features 28 games at Hawley Field.
The Mountaineers’ 56-game schedule includes a compilation of competitive games and tournaments, including the inaugural BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge that kicks off the regular season. WVU will begin the year facing Indiana on Friday, Feb. 20, at 10 a.m. in St. Petersburg, Fla., before taking on other Big Ten foes in Minnesota, Illinois and Northwestern during the four-game trip. Continue reading →
The Niagara Purple Eagles have put out their 2009 schedule which includes games against teams from the Big 12, Atlantic 10, MAC among others. They will open the season on February 21st with a doubleheader at Richmond as they will finish the weekend set on the next day with a single game. They will then head down to Maryland for five games with three against Maryland-Eastern Shore and a doubleheader against Coppin State. The Purple Eagles continue their 14 game road trip the following weekend when they will travel to Manhattan Kansas for a four game set against the Big 12 power. They end the season opening roadtrip by taking part in the Villanova Baseball Classic where they will play Temple, St. Joseph’s, and the host Villanova. Continue reading →