STILLWATER, Okla. — Nine NCAA Tournament teams from last season highlight Oklahoma State’s 2015 baseball schedule, which was released today and includes 32 home games for the Cowboys at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium.
The Cowboys, the reigning Big 12 Conference champions, will host four league series on their home field, while their non-conference foes include the likes of Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington, UNLV, Wichita State, Dallas Baptist and Michigan. Continue reading Oklahoma State releases 2015 Schedule
Dodgers ace starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw is having an outstanding season with the Dodgers which will lead him to the 2014 NL Cy Young Award as the most dominant MLB pitcher. Kershaw didn’t attend Texas but has a deep connection with the Longhorns program as UT pitching coach Skip Johnson serving as Clayton’s personal pitching coach. You can check out a full video report on the connection from KEYE-TV below. Continue reading Clayton Kershaw’s Connection to Texas Baseball
Now that the semester is in full swing I figured it was time for another entry. We are already four weeks into classes at West Point and over two weeks into our fall season. This is always a difficult time for college baseball players because there are no official NCAA games and no tournaments. It is a time to work on the little things, earn spots in the starting roster, and get to know the younger guys on the team. I personally welcome the fall for two reasons. One, it is the best time to begin coming together as a team as the foundation for the spring is being laid. Two, it provides an opportunity for guys to compete for a starting spot and show what they have been working on in the offseason. Overall, the fall can be taken as a time-filler or a productive period of growth and improvement. Continue reading CBD Journal with Army’s Alex Jensen (September 22nd)
The West Virginia baseball squad will be moving into a new stadium this spring in Morgantown after going 28-26 last season. Continue reading West Virginia’s Baseball Stadium a ‘Game Changer’
FORT WORTH – TCU baseball head coach Jim Schlossnagle announced the 2015 schedule, which will feature 33 home games. Continue reading TCU releases 2015 Schedule
Cal State Fullerton assistant coach Mike Kirby will be named an assistant with Nebraska baseball. Kirby has spent the last three seasons with the Titans program. He has also spent time under current Oregon coach George Horton where he helped rekindle the program after a 28 year hiatus. Continue reading Mike Kirby joining Nebraska coaching staff
FORT WORTH – Fresh off leading TCU to its second berth in the College World Series, head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle inked a contract extension through 2020. The Horned Frogs have been postseason participants in 10 of his 11 seasons on campus.
“We’re very excited to announce a contract extension for Jim Schlossnagle to lead our baseball program,” said Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Chris Del Conte. “Jim has done a phenomenal job and is synonymous with TCU and Fort Worth. Continue reading TCU extends Jim Schlossnagle through 2020 Season
OMAHA, Neb. — Fans outside of TD Ameritrade Park waited to sing “Happy Birthday” to Vanderbilt outfielder Rhett Wiseman, who had turned 20 just minutes earlier at midnight. But after the night Wiseman had, this was no work office birthday party of mumbling co-workers. The Vanderbilt faithful that stuck around, boisterously bellowed the tune for Wiseman. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Wiseman Does It All to Send Vandy Through
OMAHA, Neb. – Texas jumped ahead early and rolled to a 4-0 victory over Vanderbilt at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
Texas (46-20) tallied two runs in each of the first two innings to pull ahead, handing Vanderbilt (48-19) its first loss of the 2014 College World Series.
Nathan Thornhill (9-3) recorded the win for Texas, tossing eight innings and scattering six hits, walking one batter and striking out five Commodore batters. Continue reading 2014 CWS Game 11: Texas 4 Vanderbilt 0
OMAHA, Neb. — A lucky break can be the difference in the College World Series. That was the case for Texas on Friday afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park.
An umpire’s lack of evasive maneuvering turned a potential double play into a big momentum swing for the Longhorns, who took an early lead and never looked back, beating Vanderbilt 4-0 to force a winner-take-all matchup Saturday.
Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Texas Takes Advantage of Big Break