Campbell 4 Old Dominion 1 (12 innings)
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Campbell scored three runs in the top of the 12th inning to top Old Dominion 4-1 Saturday in NCAA Columbia Regional action at Carolina Stadium.
The NCAA Tournament win is Campbell’s first in program history in its second trip. CU also made a NCAA Regional in 1990. Continue reading 2014 Columbia Regional: Day 2 Recap
Texas 8 Texas A&M 1
HOUSTON — Nathan Thornhill pitched seven strong innings, Texas put up seven runs in the first three innings and the No. 2 seed Longhorns (39-18) defeated No. 3 seed Texas A&M (33-25) 8-1 Friday afternoon at Reckling Park in the opening round of the Houston Regional. Continue reading 2014 Houston Regional: Day 1 Recap
Maryland 4 Old Dominion 3
COLUMBIA, S.C. – In its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 43 years, Maryland waited until its final at-bat to win its first tournament game since 1970. The Terps completed a come-from-behind victory with three runs in the ninth to walk-off against Old Dominion by the score of 4-3 in the opening game of the Columbia Regional Friday afternoon at Carolina Stadium. Continue reading 2014 Columbia Regional: Day 1 Recap
The Rice Owls are hosting an NCAA Regional this weekend with intrastate rivals Texas and Texas A&M joining with George Mason to round out the regional. Continue reading 2014 NCAA Regional Preview: Houston
By: Rudy Jones
- No. 1 seed South Carolina (42-16). 2. Maryland (36-21). 3. Old Dominion (36-24). 4. Campbell (40-19)
- South Carolina is making the 30th NCAA Tournament appearance in school history and is in the tournament for the 15th consecutive season.
- Maryland is making its fourth NCAA Tournament appearance all-time, but its first since 1971.
- Old Dominion is making its eighth NCAA appearance all-time, but first since 2000.
- Campbell won the Big South Conference Tournament championship to earn the school’s third NCAA appearance and first since 1990.
Continue reading 2014 NCAA Regional Preview: Columbia (SC)
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
NEW ORLEANS – Tulane baseball head coach Rick Jones, who led the Green Wave baseball program to 12 NCAA appearances and 818 victories over the last 21 years and became one of the most decorated collegiate baseball coaches in the sport, announced his retirement today from the coaching ranks, effective immediately.
“In making this announcement, Tulane is losing one of its coaching icons today,” Tulane Director of Athletics Rick Dickson said. “The standard created by Rick Jones over the last 21 years is exemplary and stands tall not only for Tulane but all of college baseball.” Continue reading Tulane’s Rick Jones Retires
Tulane head coach Rick Jones missed the majority of the 2014 season due to medical issues. The team struggled throughout season going 23-29 which was the first losing season since 1994.
Continue reading Tulane awaiting Medical Results on Jones
Justin Beasley shadowed the Middle Tennessee baseball managers this past weekend to reveal their attention to detail and countless hours of hard work.
CBD has learned that Wade Simoneaux will not return as head coach at Louisiana Tech. We will update this post with more information as it becomes available.