HARRISONBURG, Va. – Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne announced on Tuesday the appointment of Marlin Ikenberry as head coach of the James Madison baseball program, naming Ikenberry the sixth skipper in program history.
“I am extremely excited to welcome Coach Ikenberry to JMU and our baseball program,” Bourne said. “Marlin brings a tremendous philosophy and set of experiences that mesh well with our vision for being the NCAA model for the student-athlete experience.” Continue reading James Madison names Marlin Ikenberry as Head Coach
CHARLESTON, S.C. – College of Charleston pitching coach Matt Heath has been promoted to head baseball coach, as announced by Director of Athletics Joe Hull on Monday. Continue reading Matt Heath Promoted to College of Charleston Head Baseball Coach
Hey, it was finally opening day in College Baseball. As always, opening day is full of upsets from mid-major over teams with very high expectations. Here are some of the highlights of the first day of action. Continue reading CBD Around the Horn for Feb. 13th
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RICHMOND, Va. – College of Charleston, which captured the CAA Baseball Championship and advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals in its first season as a league member, was a unanimous choice to repeat as champion in 2015 according to a vote of the league’s head baseball coaches. Continue reading 2015 CAA Preseason Coaches Poll
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2015 season with interviews with coaches throughout the country. Today, we feature first year Northeastern head coach Mike Glavine who takes over the Husky program from legendary New England coach Neil McPhee. Continue reading CBD Interview with Northeastern’s Mike Glavine
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – William and Mary head baseball coach Brian Murphy announced the 2015 baseball schedule on Monday morning. This year’s competitive slate is highlighted by a pair of teams that played in the College World Series, four teams that played in the Super Regionals, seven teams that made the 2014 NCAA Tournament, and 29 home games.
“It is a great schedule that we have put together for the upcoming season,” Murphy said. “The success of the last couple of years’ teams have made it realistic to create a schedule that allows us to gain an RPI to potentially warrant an at-large bid. I think this schedule certainly does that. Off the bat, we are playing two teams that went to Omaha last year. We open up at Ole Miss, and get to play Virginia. Aside from that we play several other teams that played in Super Regionals, including College of Charleston and Kennesaw State, add in a handful of NCAA Tournament teams, and it’s a really competitive schedule.” Continue reading William and Mary releases 2015 Schedule