Category Archives: 2015 Schedules

Tulane releases 2015 Schedule

NEW ORLEANS – With the 2015 season just months away, Tulane baseball released its schedule for the upcoming campaign on Tuesday, and the Green Wave will play 30 games inside the friendly confines of Greer Field at Turchin Stadium in addition to squaring off in 17 games against teams who made NCAA Regional appearances last season.

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Virginia Baseball releases 2015 Schedule

CWS-Ole-Miss-vs-Virginia-06CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia baseball head coach Brian O’Connor has announced his program’s schedule for the 2015 season. Coming off a trip to the 2014 College World Series Finals, the Cavaliers open their season Feb. 13 with a three-game series at East Carolina and begin their 34-game home schedule on Feb. 17 against VCU.

The schedule is highlighted by 19 games against teams that played in the 2014 postseason, including a three-game series against ACC newcomer Louisville, which advanced to the College World Series last season. The first-ever games between the Cavaliers and Cardinals are slated for April 3-5 at UVa’s Davenport Field. Continue reading

Houston releases 2015 Schedule

HoustonLogoHOUSTON – Highlighted by 31 home games, 36 in the city of Houston, four first-time opponents and a three-game series at Cougar Field against Alabama, Houston Baseball and head coach Todd Whitting have unveiled an exciting 2015 schedule, announced Thursday afternoon.

For the ninth consecutive season, Houston will open its slate at Cougar Field, having accumulated a winning record of 14-6, which includes three straight weekend sweeps the past three seasons under Whitting – who will begin his fifth season at the helm. Continue reading

Oklahoma State releases 2015 Schedule

oklahoma_stateSTILLWATER, Okla. — Nine NCAA Tournament teams from last season highlight Oklahoma State’s 2015 baseball schedule, which was released today and includes 32 home games for the Cowboys at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium.

The Cowboys, the reigning Big 12 Conference champions, will host four league series on their home field, while their non-conference foes include the likes of Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington, UNLV, Wichita State, Dallas Baptist and Michigan. Continue reading