CHARLOTTESVILLE, 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
Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com wrote a fantastic article on Florida State quarterback and pitcher Jameis Winston who was suspended for the Clemson football game on Saturday night for a yelling a vulgar phrase in the middle of campus. Doyel details the way that Winston continues to run the campus and not the administrators which includes how he was superseded for only three games from the baseball team after stealing crab legs from a local supermarket. Continue reading
The Pitt Baseball squad took on the highly regarded Ontario Blue Jays program on Monday afternoon in a 12 inning scrimmage. The Panthers picked up 14-6 victory in their first outing of the 2014 Fall portion of the schedule. Continue reading
The American Baseball Coaches Association has announced its five-member ABCA Hall of Fame class of 2015. Denney Crabaugh, Mark Fuller, Fred Hill, Ray Korn and Mike Roberts will be inducted during the Hall of Fame/Coach of the Year Banquet at the ABCA Convention on Jan. 3, 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
Induction to the ABCA Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by the organization. The ABCA was founded in 1945 and the Hall of Fame began in 1966. Continue reading
Unless you been living under a rock, you have heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge. Many eople don’t recognize this started with a former Boston College baseball player Pete Frates who has ALS. You can check out a SportsCenter feature on him below. Continue reading
As we reported on August 5th, former longtime Miami (FL), Louisville, and South Florida assistant coach Lazer Collazo was facing charges in the Biogensis scandal.
Collazo officially turned himself in to federal authorities on Wednesday to face the charges. He was released later in the day on a $50,000 bond and had to surrender all travel documents.
You can check out a full video report below. Continue reading
Following yesterday’s announcement that Lazer Collazo was facing charges in regards to Biogensis scandal, College Baseball Daily has received numerous emails from around the country that he was still trying to get back into the college game as he was sending out resumes as recently as June 2014. Continue reading
Former Miami (FL) pitching coach Lazaro “Lazer” Collazo was charged with supplying steroids to high school aged players in the Biogensis scandal today. He was not arrested due to the fact he is in the hospital after breaking up a fight between two dogs.
The Miami Herald reports that Lazer was charged with supplying steroid concoctions to high school athletes for between $240 and $800 to persuade them to use Anthony Bosch’s clinic. The other people arrested on Tuesday included Bosch, Alex Rodriguez’s cousin and others.
On Friday, The Greenville News reported that the renovations scheduled for Clemson’s Doug Kingsmore Stadium has been delayed due to a discrepancy in the cost of the project. Continue reading
Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Head baseball coach Mike Gambino announced on Thursday that Rhode Island head coach Jim Foster will join the coaching ranks as the associate head coach at Boston College. Foster, who will be the Eagles’ pitching coach, as well as work with the catchers, brings 12 years of experience to the Heights. Continue reading