WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – William and Mary head baseball coach Brian Murphy announced the 2015 baseball schedule on Monday morning. This year’s competitive slate is highlighted by a pair of teams that played in the College World Series, four teams that played in the Super Regionals, seven teams that made the 2014 NCAA Tournament, and 29 home games.
“It is a great schedule that we have put together for the upcoming season,” Murphy said. “The success of the last couple of years’ teams have made it realistic to create a schedule that allows us to gain an RPI to potentially warrant an at-large bid. I think this schedule certainly does that. Off the bat, we are playing two teams that went to Omaha last year. We open up at Ole Miss, and get to play Virginia. Aside from that we play several other teams that played in Super Regionals, including College of Charleston and Kennesaw State, add in a handful of NCAA Tournament teams, and it’s a really competitive schedule.” Continue reading William and Mary releases 2015 Schedule
TOWSON, Md. – Games against national runner-up Virginia, and NCAA Tournament participants Maryland and George Mason, along with a tough Colonial Athletic Association slate highlight the 2015 Towson baseball schedule released Tuesday.
“Overall, our schedule is going to be challenging,” said head coach Mike Gottlieb. “We have a very competitive non-conference schedule with the likes of USC, Virginia, George Mason, Maryland and Wake Forest. With Elon coming into the conference, I think our conference schedule has gotten tougher.” Continue reading Towson releases 2015 Schedule
ELON, N.C. – A home slate of 33 games, as well as contests with five 2014 NCAA postseason participants, awaits head coach Mike Kennedy’s Elon baseball squad in the 2015 season. The 56-game schedule will feature 24 league games in the Phoenix’s first year as a member of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA). The season begins with five straight home games starting on Friday, Feb. 13.
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Hempstead, NY – A nine-day road trip that features a three-game series at five-time College World Series participant UCLA and a five-game series at Hawaii highlights the 2015 Hofstra University baseball schedule, which was released today by Head Coach John Russo.
“I am very excited about our 2015 schedule,” said Coach Russo. “I think opening up with a team that has the history and tradition like UCLA will be beneficial for our student-athletes. In my mind, it is one of the top places to play in the country and we are looking forward to it. We are also looking forward to playing in Hawaii. The competition will be good for us and will help prepare us for the rigors of conference play, which starts up in mid-March. I think the Colonial Athletic Association will be tough once again. The addition of Elon adds another historically successful program to the mix and the battle for those six playoff spots will be fierce.” Continue reading Hofstra releases 2015 Schedule
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BOSTON – Northeastern baseball head coach Mike Glavine announced the program’s 2015 schedule on Monday. The Huskies will navigate a challenging slate of non-conference games on top of a competitive CAA schedule.
South Carolina highlights the list of non-conference opponents Northeastern will battle this season along with St. Joseph’s, Bryant, Connecticut, and Hartford. During the course of the 2015 campaign, the Huskies will face five teams that had .600 or better winning percentages in 2014, three teams that finished with 40 or more wins, and three NCAA Regional teams, including College of Charleston who advanced to the Super Regional round. Continue reading Northeastern releases 2015 Schedule
HARRISONBURG, Virginia – Head Baseball Coach Joe “Spanky” McFarland has announced that the 2015 season, his 18th as leader of the Dukes, will be his final one as he will retire from coaching in June. Continue reading JMU’s Spanky McFarland set to Retire at end of 2015 Season
WILMINGTON, North Carolina – The UNCW baseball team will play 35 home games and 17 contests against teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament last spring when the new season kicks off in February of 2015.
The Seahawks open the campaign by facing Ball State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Battle at the Beach on Feb. 13. Maine and Kentucky, which kicks off its season in Wilmington for the second consecutive year, are also playing in the four-team, round robin event. Continue reading UNC-Wilmington releases 2015 Schedule
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The College of Charleston baseball team and head coach Monte Lee have announced the 2015 spring schedule with the Cougars looking to build on the momentum of one of their best seasons in program history a year ago.
The 2015 slate features banner games with big-name programs out of the SEC, Big Ten, and ACC while paying honor to the traditional rivalries Cougar fans are familiar with. Charleston will play 28 regular-season games within the friendly confines of Patriots Point before playing host to the 2015 CAA Championships May 20-24. Continue reading College of Charleston releases 2015 Schedule
LUBBOCK, Texas- No. 10 Texas Tech was led by junior left-handed pitcher Chris Sadberry’s eight shutout innings on its way to a 1-0 shutout over No. 16 College of Charleston in game one of the NCAA Lubbock Super Regional on Saturday afternoon in front of a Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park stadium record 4,811 fans in attendance.
Texas Tech (44-19) has a nation’s best 15 consecutive wins at home while having shutout three of its last four opponents – all coming in the NCAA Tournament. CofC drops to 44-18 on the season while suffering its first loss in the NCAA Tournament. Continue reading 2014 Lubbock Super Regional: Texas Tech 1 College of Charleston 0