In our ongoing series of interviews, I recently had a chance to catch up to Duke head coach Sean McNally who is entering his seventh season in charge of the Blue Devils program. They are coming off a 26-30 campaign last season while bringing back 20 letterwinners. The top returning player is RHP/infielder Marcus Stroman […]
Following the 2011 Fall Practices for Auburn Baseball, I had the opportunity to sit down with head coach John Pawlowski to discuss the progress being made for the team, the upcoming season for the Auburn Tigers, and the competition within the Southeastern Conference (SEC) for baseball. This is Part 2 of the interview with Coach […]
Second year head coach Tim Chambers hopes to bring his squad to the top of the Mountain West conference but he will face some severe competition, especially from TCU. One of the first things that Coach Chambers did when he took over the Rebels was to bring over some of his players from College of […]
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2012 College Baseball season today with an interview with Florida International head coach Turtle Thomas. The Panthers have made the NCAA Tournament the last two seasons going 40-20-1 in 2011 and 36-25 in 2010. The biggest issue is the fact that they have a […]
The Boston College Eagles finished the 2011 season with a 17-33 overall while going 7-22 in ACC play. The biggest victory came over the University of Virginia on April 30th in 11 innings as Anthony Melchionda hit a game winning double to give the Eagles the walkoff victory. This biggest issue in 2011 for the […]
Can Knoxville, Tennessee become the hotbed of college baseball in the SEC? If new Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano has anything to do with that, it will happen under his watch. The Vols baseball program has had some tough times over the last couple of years. They finished the 2011 season with a 25-29 record […]
In 2011, Washington State was coming off back to back Regional Final appearances and entering the season with a preseason national ranking – but the resulting season went differently than they planned. The Cougars finished the campaign at a disappointing 28-28, with only a 10-17 in Pac-10 play. Things are looking different this year for […]
College Baseball Daily recently caught up with Texas head coach Augie Garrido after the Longhorns 3-2 loss in ten innings to Sam Houston State on Sunday. He discussed how much his offense has been struggling this fall, the loss of Jordan Etier, and other issues. You can check out the full video below.