SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Highlighted by weekend series at perennial Big South members Liberty and Coastal Carolina, the Bryant University baseball team and head coach Steve Owens have announced a challenging 56-game slate for the 2015 season. Continue reading Bryant releases 2015 Schedule
College Baseball Daily has learned that Alex Trezza will be named the new head coach at LIU-Brooklyn. He most recently served as an assistant coach at Sacred Heart this past season. Continue reading LIU-Brooklyn to name Alex Trezza as head coach
LSU 8 Southeastern Louisiana 4
BATON ROUGE — LSU rallied from a 4-2 deficit with six runs in its last two at bats to defeat Southeastern Louisiana, 8-4, in the opening game of the 2014 NCAA Baseball Regional at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.
Top-seeded LSU (45-14-1) won its ninth-straight game and advanced to face the winner of No. 2-seed Houston and No. 3-seed Bryant at 7 p.m. CT on Saturday. Continue reading 2014 Baton Rouge Regional: Day 1 Recap
The Tigers enter the NCAA tournament playing their best baseball of the season to date, winners of eight straight and coming off an SEC tournament championship. Originally thought to be a fringe host entering tournament play in Hoover, LSU won all four games, outscoring opponents 31-4 en route to an SEC tournament championship and were rewarded with the #8 national seed. Continue reading 2014 Baton Rouge Regional Preview
Wagner freshman pitcher Nolan Long isn’t just succeeding on the diamond but is also a member of the basketball squad with the Seahawks. Long checks in at an impressive 6’10 while sporting a 95 MPH fastball. Continue reading Wagner freshman Nolan Long succeeding in Two Sports
While Cal State Fullerton and Long Beach State and San Diego and Loyola Marymount were finishing up a pair of rivalry series, USC and UCLA were trying to win rubber matches in a pair of Pac-12 series.
Both of Los Angeles Pac-12 squads needed dramatic comebacks to get the job done. See how they did it below.
That plus all of Sunday’s Southern California college baseball action with photo galleries from the matchups at Fullerton and San Diego: Continue reading SoCal Roundup: Pac-12 Comeback Series Wins
Defense wins championships and it can win or lose rivalry games as well. See whether it was Fullerton or Long Beach’s defense that came away shining. Could San Diego even a crucial WCC series with Loyola Marymount?
And UC Santa Barbara had quite an offensive day, but one impressive Gaucho hit streak did come to an end.
That plus all of Saturday’s Southern California college baseball action with photo galleries from the rivalry matchups in San Diego and Fullerton: Continue reading SoCal Roundup: Hit Streak Snapped
UC Santa Barbara had to pull off a comeback to take down Wagner, but it was really one man that did almost all the damage — Tyler Kuresa. Find out what he did plus see how two sets of SoCal conference rivals fared against each other as the Big West and WCC’s biggest rivals squared off.
A roundup of all of Friday’s Southern California college baseball action and some bonus material from up the coast at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo: Continue reading SoCal Roundup: Kuresa-Bombs
We continue the countdown today with number 48, Bryant RHP Kyle Wilcox. In his freshman campaign with the Bulldogs, Wilcox proved that he had what it took to perform at the Division 1 level. With a fastball that topped out at 97 mph during 2013, the right hander quickly became a player of interest within the NEC. Wilcox appeared in 15 games out of the bullpen for the Black and Gold, throwing in 13 innings while posting a 6.23 ERA. Despite starting off shaky in his first appearance, the freshman responded with countless scoreless innings holding opponents to a .269 average. Continue reading 2014 CBD Top 100 Players: 48. Kyle Wilcox (Bryant)