Category Archives: Ohio Valley Conference

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Jacksonville State releases 2013 Schedule

FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
Jacksonville State University head coach Jim Case announced the 2013 baseball schedule on Thursday, which includes home games against in-state rivals Auburn, South Alabama, Samford, Troy and UAB.

“We feel like this is a very exciting and challenging schedule for our team,” said Case. “Obviously, we are excited to have Auburn come back to Jacksonville and also happy to renew our series with South Alabama.” Continue reading

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Top 100 Countdown: 90. Jordan Hankins (Austin Peay State)

College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2013 college baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.

Number 90 on our Top 100 Countdown is Austin Peay State’s Jordan Hankins. The 5’10 second baseman/catcher from Wentzville, Missouri was a member of the Team USA Collegiate National Team over the summer of 2012. Continue reading

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2012 Tom Walter College Baseball Inspiration Award Winners Announced

FROM CBI PRESS RELEASE

RICHMOND, Va. – CollegeBaseballInsider.com today announces its winners of the second annual Tom Walter College Baseball Inspiration Award, which recognizes examples of inspiration in college baseball. Continue reading

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Steve Gillispie named Head Coach at Youngstown State

FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
Youngstown — Steve Gillispie, an experienced recruiter and instructor who has spent the past 11 seasons helping to build a powerhouse in the Ohio Valley Conference, has been named Head Baseball Coach at Youngstown State University. He will be introduced as the Penguins’ eighth head coach at a news conference on campus Wednesday. Continue reading

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2012 Final CBD Mid-Major Poll (June 27th)

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