When the Stetson University baseball team takes to the field at Melching Field in February, the Hatters will face a challenging slate that includes a pair of College World Series participants from 2014 as well as three other clubs that won in excess of 40 games last year.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The University of North Florida baseball team will open up its 2015 season at Harmon Stadium on Friday, Feb. 13th against Virginia Military Institute as part of a three-game, season-opening series. The Ospreys unveiled the rest of their 2015 schedule that includes 31 home games.
The Ospreys go into their fifth season under the direction of Head Coach Smoke Laval who has compiled 120 wins and appeared in back-to-back Atlantic Sun Conference Tournaments. Always equipped with a plethora of talent, North Florida has produced five Major League Baseball draft picks in the past two seasons. Continue reading North Florida releases 2015 Schedule→
Spartanburg, S.C. – Thirty-five games inside the friendly confines of Harley Park, 10 games against teams that reached the 2014 NCAA Tournament and exciting weekend series against Atlantic Sun opponents highlight the 2015 USC Upstate baseball schedule, it was announced by head coach Matt Fincher on Tuesday. Continue reading USC-Upstate releases 2015 Schedule→
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A full slate of 33 home games including visits from Florida State and VCU highlight the 2015 schedule for Jacksonville University baseball.
The Dolphins will begin the season Feb. 13 with a three game series against a Middle Tennessee State program that won 31 games last season. The annual match-up against Florida State follows on Tuesday, Feb. 17 as the Dolphins and Seminoles meet for the 161st time dating back to the 1960 season. Jacksonville will also travel to Tallahassee this season on Feb. 24. Three games against Coppin State on Feb. 21-22 will follow the home match-up against the Seminoles and wrap up a seven game home stand to start the season. Continue reading Jacksonville releases 2015 Schedule→
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Kennesaw State baseball team had the lead late over the University of Louisville, but the Owls couldn’t hang on late, falling to the Cardinals in game one of the Super Regional, 5-3.