Amherst, Mass. – Four weekend series at Earl Lorden Field, the return of the Boston Beanpot finals to historic Fenway Park and non-conference matchups against Kentucky and Florida Gulf Coast highlight the 2015 UMass baseball schedule, which was announced on Monday.
The Minutemen will open their 2015 campaign on March 3 when they head to New Britain, Conn. , to square off against Central Connecticut before heading south to Lexington, Ky., for a four-game set with the 2014 NCAA tournament qualifying Kentucky Wildcats March 6-8. Continue reading UMass releases 2015 Schedule
LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ—The Rider University baseball team will take on one of its toughest schedules in recent years, highlighted with trips to North Carolina and Ohio, while taking part in the Liberty Bell Classic which culminates at Citizen’s Bank Park.
“Taking into consideration the opponents’ 2014 RPI’s, it is one of the toughest schedules in the league,” said Rider head coach Barry Davis. “We have a veteran team this year so this is the year to play a schedule like this. It will prepare us for our conference schedule and hopefully the tournament.” Continue reading Rider releases 2015 Schedule
BALTIMORE, Md. – Head coach Sherman Reed and the Coppin State University baseball team has announced its schedule for the 2015 season. The spring slate is highlighted by 20 home games at Joe Cannon Field, trips to Florida, Kentucky and South Carolina along with home-and-home non-conference contests against Georgetown, Lehigh, George Washington and UMBC. Continue reading Coppin State releases 2015 Schedule
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou baseball and head coach Tim Jamieson have announced the team’s 2015 schedule on Friday (Jan. 16). In all, the Tigers are slated to play 10 Southeastern Conference series and have 31 home dates on this season’s schedule. In SEC play, fans will get to see the Tigers play weekend home series against South Carolina, defending SEC Champion Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss and Kentucky. In all, Mizzou will play 19 games and six weekend series against teams that qualified for NCAA Regional action a year ago.
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Dover, Del. (Jan. 14, 2015) — Delaware State University has released its baseball schedule for the 2015 season. The Hornets’ 49-game regular season slate includes 21 contests at Soldier Field on the DSU campus.
The Hornets will open the 2015 season on the road with a four-game series at Presbyterian University in Clinton. S.C., beginning Feb. 13. The teams will play a doubleheader on Feb. 14, and wrap up the series with a single game on Feb. 15. Continue reading Delaware State releases 2015 Schedule
INDIANAPOLIS — The Butler baseball team’s 2015 schedule has been unveiled by Head Coach Steve Farley after posting an overall record of 20-30 in the 2014 season, while going 7-11 in BIG EAST play. The Bulldogs will return junior infielder Chris Maranto and his .309 batting average with hopes of qualifying for the 2015 BIG EAST Conference Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., which will be held May 21-24, 2015. Continue reading Butler releases 2015 Schedule
The Boston College baseball team released the 2015 schedule on Tuesday. The 55-game slate features 10 teams that were in the 2014 NCAA Tournament and 23 home games, including the final six of the regular season.
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LOWELL, Mass. – Highlighted by 22 games at LeLacheur Park and tough road tests against Dallas Baptist and Bryant, UMass Lowell Baseball Head Coach Ken Harring announced the clubs full 2015 schedule on Tuesday.
“The 2015 schedule is challenging from start to finish,” said HarrIng. “In making a schedule, we are looking to challenge the team in tough baseball environments so we are prepared when we play our conference games.” Continue reading UMass-Lowell releases 2015 Schedule
VILLANOVA, Pa.–Head coach Joe Godri, who begins his 14th year leading the Wildcats, announced his team’s schedule for the upcoming 2015 season on Tuesday afternoon. Villanova will play at least 24 home games during the regular season, with the 55-game schedule highlighted by six consecutive home weekends in March and April.
A large non-conference slate (37 games) gives the Wildcats a chance to face strong competition from around the country while taking the field against both traditional rivals and brand new opponents. When the calendar turns to the beginning of conference play, Villanova will play 18 regular season BIG EAST games and vie for one of four spots in the postseason conference tournament. Continue reading Villanova releases 2015 Schedule
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Kentucky baseball team will play 56 regular season games as part of its 2015 schedule, including 32 games at Cliff Hagan Stadium and 30 games in the Southeastern Conference, it was announced by seventh-year head coach Gary Henderson on Thursday.
“We are excited about our 2015 schedule,” Henderson said. “When we start working on the schedule, it is important for us to find challenging non-conference matchups to help us get ready for the great 30-game SEC schedule. We feel like this schedule will be a great test to our club and will present the necessary challenges to help us get ready to compete in the nation’s best conference.” Continue reading Kentucky releases 2015 Schedule