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
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
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
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
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
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – College of Charleston (44-17) swept through the NCAA Gainesville Regional with three straight victories, including a 4-2 win over Long Beach State (34-26) on Monday, to win the regional and advance to a Super Regional. Continue reading
North Carolina 5 Florida 2
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — North Carolina scored all five of its runs in the third inning after a lengthy rain delay and the third-seeded Tar Heels held on to eliminate No. 2 national seed Florida 5-2 Saturday at McKethan Stadium. Alex Raburn, Tyler Ramirez, Adam Pate and Korey Dunbar all had run-scoring hits in the frame for Carolina, which will face the Long Beach State-College of Charleston loser in an elimination game Sunday at 1 p.m. Continue reading
Long Beach State 6 UNC 1
Gainesville, Fla. – Andrew Rohrbachturned away both the heat and the Tar Heels in a masterful performance, pitching 8.1 innings and allowing just one run as the Dirtbags opened up the 2014 postseason with a 6-1 win over North Carolina.
Both starters cruised for three innings, but Long Beach State broke the game open in the fourth inning. Garrett Hampsongot the action started by beating out an infield single for the first hit of the game, and the dam broke. Continue reading