FULLERTON, Calif. — I caught up with centerfielder/closer Michael Lorenzen after Cal State Fullerton’s series-clinching 11-10 victory against Texas Christian Sunday afternoon. Continue reading Michael Lorenzen Talks About Cal State Fullerton’s Series Win
FULLERTON, Calif. — Texas Christian and Cal State Fullerton battled back and forth all weekend at Goodwin Field. But in the end Cal State Fullerton was able to take the series with a wild travel curfew shortened 11-10 win Sunday afternoon after the teams had split the first two dramatic games.
We caught up with head coach Jim Schlossnagle after Sunday’s loss. He talked about the disappointing end to the weekend as well as some encouraging things to take away: Continue reading Jim Schlossnagle Talks About TCU’s Disappointing Weekend at Fullerton
We recently caught up with Texas A&M Corpus Christi head coach Scott Malone, juniors Eric Weiss, and Daniel Minor after the Islanders held onto a 3-2 victory over the Houston Cougars. You can check out the full interviews below. Continue reading CBD Interviews with Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders
The Oral Roberts Golden Eagles were swept this past weekend by the Baylor Bears but ended up losing two games by a single run and losing the other game 8-1. We were able to catch up with 14th year head coach Rob Walton who discussed the series. Continue reading CBD Interview with Rob Walton (Oral Roberts)
We had the chance to catch up with Texas head coach Augie Garrido after the Longhorns doubleheader sweep on Saturday evening. You can check out the full interview below. Continue reading Catching up with Augie Garrido (Texas)
For most college athletes, you hear about their successes on and off the field, and how those achievements helped turn them into the man or woman they are today. For the few that make it to the professional level of the sport in which they participate, you hear about how college helped them prepare for the challenges they have faced, and the accomplishments they’ve made in their lives. You don’t hear much after their careers begin. For Darin Erstad, the story doesn’t stop at the professional level. Continue reading Darin Erstad: Journey To and From the Majors
The Wright State Raiders have won two out of the last three Horizon League tournaments winning the conference tournament in 2011 and 2009. The Raiders went a competitive 36-19 while going 16-7 in Horizon League play. In the conference tournament, they went a perfect 3-0 with a victory over Youngstown State before beating Valparaiso twice to make it to the NCAA Tournament. The Raiders were dominated, though, in the NCAA Tournament, failing to score a run in their two losses to Texas A&M and Arizona. Continue reading Wright State Looking to Win Horizon League Again
After knocking off California and Rice to open up the Houston Regional last June, it wasn’t the finish that Baylor had envisioned. Needing just one more win to reach the Super Regional; the Bears fell to Cal in back-to-back games and were ousted from the NCAA tournament in heart-breaking fashion.
“When you lose one like we did, it’s tough,” said Baylor head coach Steve Smith. “Nearly every team ends their season on a loss but not all losses are created equal.” Continue reading Baylor Looking to Return to Omaha
With this week came the official start of the college baseball season, and a chance for me to sit down with Western Kentucky’s new head coach, Matt Myers. This will be Myers’ fifth season with WKU, after spending two years each as assistant coach and associate head coach. When asked about the transition, Myers seemed to have a very good idea of what was needed for the program. “From the baseball standpoint, it’s been a really smooth transition,” said Myers. “How we’re playing? The style of play has changed a little bit, and I think that’s just the type of personality that I am.” Continue reading New Era Begins At Western Kentucky Under Matt Myers