The Charlotte Observer is reporting that the UNC Charlotte baseball program is currently “on hold” after an investigation into hazing was launched by the university. The investigation was launched by the UNC Charlotte Student Affairs Division under the direction of the Office of Legal Affairs in accordance with the university’s Code of Student Responsibility.
You can read about the entire allegations by clicking here even though the details are murky.
RUSTON, La. – With the 2015 baseball season less than three months away, Louisiana Tech head coach Greg Goff has announced the upcoming schedule, which is highlighted by 29 home games, including eight weekend series at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in Ruston.
LA Tech is set to play a total of 55 games in 2015, including 14 three-game series, four of which will be non-conference matchups, and 13 midweek contests over the course of the campaign. The Bulldogs will also face off against four opponents that made the NCAA Tournament last season as Southeastern Louisiana, Arkansas, Rice and Old Dominion reached the postseason in 2014. Continue reading LA Tech releases 2015 Schedule
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall baseball revealed its 2015 schedule Wednesday, which includes a preseason schedule facing SEC powerhouse Mississippi State, who finished last season at No. 28 in the NCBWA poll. Continue reading Marshall releases 2015 Schedule
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Charlotte baseball will make at-least two pieces of program history hoping to add more as Head Coach Loren Hibbs announced the 2015 schedule on Wednesday morning. The slate calls for 56 games in all, a whopping 34 at home and 30 inside Conference USA. The one piece of history will be made on Tuesday, March 31st as the Niners will host N.C. State in Uptown Charlotte at the new BB&T Ballpark, home of the Charlotte Knights. The tilt, designated as a Niner “Green Out” with all fans encouraged to wear green that night, will be the first-ever collegiate game inside the newest minor league facility that recently hosted last year’s Triple-A National Championship game. Continue reading Charlotte releases 2015 Schedule
A challenging slate of 54 regular season games, including 30 at Reckling Park and another two in the greater Houston area, highlight the 2015 Rice baseball schedule announced on Thursday (Oct. 17).
Rice starts the 2015 regular season at home on Feb. 13 against longtime rival Texas. The season-opening showdown with the Longhorns is the first of two sensational four-game series at Reckling Park where a Saturday double-header is scheduled between single games on Friday and Sunday. The Owls also host national power Stanford for four games Feb. 27-March 1 (following the same 1-2-1 weekend format). Continue reading Rice releases 2015 Schedule
UPDATE #5: 10:45PM on October 6th
HATTIESBURG, Miss. – Southern Miss baseball player Michael Gilbert was released from the University Medical Center Monday afternoon. The following is a statement from Gilbert’s parents, Bill and Melissa, Monday evening: Continue reading Southern Miss infielder Michael Gilbert seriously injured during Conditioning
Charlotte 49ers head coach Loren Hibbs shared an update on how Fall practice is going with the squad this fall. They are set to host the Ontario Blue Jays on Friday at 2pm. You can check out the full video interview below with Coach Hibbs. Continue reading Charlotte 49ers Fall Baseball Update
SAN ANTONIO — Head baseball coach Jason Marshall announced the schedule for the upcoming 2015 season on Tuesday. The slate will be highlighted by two home non-conference series against Louisiana-Lafayette and UC Irvine, 17 contests against NCAA Regional participants and a competitive, 30-game Conference USA schedule. Continue reading UTSA releases 2015 Schedule
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU head baseball coach Matt Myers announced the 2015 Hilltopper Baseball schedule on Tuesday morning, a slate featuring seven 2014 NCAA Regional teams, including College World Series Champion Vanderbilt, 25 home games and five Conference USA series against league powers at Nick Denes Field.
The 2015 schedule is highlighted by 13 games against seven programs that advanced to NCAA Regionals in 2014, three of which visit Bowling Green in Kentucky, Old Dominion and Rice. Midweek games against defending national champion Vanderbilt (Feb. 25) and College World Series participant Louisville (April 21) headline a difficult non-conference group of opponents that combined to go 451-325 (.581) in 2014. Seven of WKU’s 13 non-conference foes either advanced to a regional or won their regular-season conference championship in 2014. Continue reading Western Kentucky releases 2015 Schedule
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