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Matt Duval has been hired as the new volunteer baseball assistant coach at Siena College. Duval spent the last three years as the recruiting coordinator and hitting coach at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan.
“Matt is a great fit on our staff,” head coach Tony Rossi said. “He brings a lot of experience to this position, and is excited to help us compete for a championship.” Continue reading Matt Duval named Assistant Coach at Siena
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCESanford Mainer Anthony Hajjar and New Bedford Bay Sox LHP Brian Derner won the NECBL Player and Pitcher of the Week for the period ending on Saturday July 28th. Continue reading NECBL Players of the Week
Following their impressive run to Omaha Kent St (47-20) and Stony Brook (52-15) finish #1 and #2 in the final mid major poll of 2012. Continue reading 2012 Final CBD Mid-Major Poll (June 27th)
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JERSEY CITY, NJ – The Saint Peter’s College Department of Athletics announced the resignation of Head Baseball Coach Derek England today. England has led the Peacocks for the past eight seasons, amassing more than 125 victories and reaching the 100-win plateau faster than any other Saint Peter’s coach. Continue reading Saint Peter’s Derek England Resigns
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Jacob May scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and delivered a three-run home run in a six-run seventh Saturday as Coastal Carolina beat Manhattan, 11-1, in an elimination game at the Columbia Regional of the NCAA Baseball Tournament.
Tyler Herb (9-2) pitched his first career complete game for Coastal Carolina, allowing two hits. Continue reading Columbia Regional: Game 3 Recap
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Colby Holmes took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and South Carolina figured out Manhattan pitcher Taylor Sewitt’s sidearm delivery the third time through the batting order as the Gamecocks beat the Jaspers, 7-0, in front of 7,043 at Carolina Stadium Friday night to complete the first day of the NCAA Columbia Regional.
It was the 17th consecutive NCAA Tournament victory for the two-time defending national champion Gameoocks. Continue reading Columbia Regional: Game 2 Recap
Senior pitcher Michael Roth is scheduled to start
South Carolina’s second game in the NCAA’s Columbia Regional.
No. 3 seed Coastal Carolina (41-17) vs. No. 2 seed Clemson (33-26), Noon, ESPNU
No. 4 seed Manhattan (33-25) vs. No. 1 seed South Carolina (40-17), 4 p.m., ESPNU
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It’s the elephant in the room no one wants to deal with – yet.
When the NCAA Selection Committee set up the Columbia Regional the placement of Clemson, Coastal Carolina and South Carolina at the same venue – along with Manhattan – had baseball fans in South Carolina buzzing.
The Clemson-South Carolina rivalry is a 24/7, 365 proposition in the Palmetto State. It’s hard to find a native sports fan that is neutral about the rivalry – unless that person’s rooting interest is for another state school such as Coastal Carolina.
If a Clemson-South Carolina game does come about, you can expect a sellout crowd of 8,242 – more if the Columbia fire marshal is looking the other way – to have Carolina Stadium rocking.
Continue reading 2012 NCAA Regional Preview: Columbia, SC
Getting to the College World Series in Omaha is always
on the back of the minds of Clemson players.
Continue reading A statistical snapshot of the Columbia Regional teams
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Purdue (44-12) ends the 2012 regular season as the #1 Mid-Major. The Boilermakers will make their first NCAA appearance since 1987 and will host (Gary, Indiana) a regional as announced Sunday. Purdue went 3-0 on their way to winning the Big 10 tourney title with a win over Ohio St and two wins over Indiana including a 6-5 win in the title game. Continue reading 2012 CBD Mid-Major Poll (May 28th)
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TCU (35-17) stays at #1 for the 3rd consecutive week. The Horned Frogs went 3-1 on the week, winning 1-0 at Oklahoma Tuesday and winning 2 of 3 vs San Diego St in MWC play. TCU finished the regular season tied for 1st with New Mexico at 18-6 in the MWC. Continue reading CBD Mid-Major Poll (May 21st)