Category Archives: SEC

2014 CBD Top 100 Players Countdown: 52. Colin Poche (Arkansas)

ColinPocheArkansasWe continue the countdown today with number 52, Arkansas LHP Colin Poche. In an impressive freshman campaign with the Razorbacks, Poche posted a 3-0 record with a 1.37 ERA. The talented south paw collected 19.2 innings of work, making eight appearances while holding opponents to a .176 batting average. In five starts, Poche improved to a 3-0 record, earning the win against Mississippi Valley State and tying a season high with six strikeouts in four hitless innings. Continue reading

Jonathan Holder

2014 Top 100 Players Countdown: 53. Jonathan Holder (Mississippi State)

We continue the countdown with another Mississippi State Bulldog at number 53, RHP Jonathan Holder. Holder enters his junior season after a spectacular run with the Diamond Dawgs last season. Continue reading


2014 CBD Top 100 Countdown: 54. Ross Mitchell (Mississippi State)

RossMitchellMississippiStateWe continue the countdown with number 54, Mississippi State’s LHP Ross Mitchell.  The Smyrna, Tenn. southpaw enters his junior season with the Diamond Dawgs as one of the strongest bullpen pitchers in Starkville. Continue reading

2014 Top 100 Countdown: 61. Christin Stewart (Tennessee)

ChristinStewartWe continue the countdown today with number 61, Tennessee outfielder Christin Stewart. In his freshman campaign with the Vols, Stewart did not waste any time as he went 2-4 with three RBI and a homerun in his college debut against UNLV. The 6’0” outfielder played in 46 games in the 2013 season getting 43 starts in the outfield. In 145 AB, Stewart was able to post a .310 average while compiling 45 hits, 27 RBI and .414 OBP. Stewart signed with the Volunteers to add a spark to their lineup offensively and he didn’t disappoint. The rookie showed great poise on the diamond and quickly became an everyday outfielder at UT. Continue reading

CBD Top 100 Countdown: 64. Kyle Overstreet (Alabama)

MBAWe continue the countdown today with number 64, Alabama infielder Kyle Overstreet. In his freshman campaign with the Crimson Tide, Overstreet started all 63 games at second base. The talented infielder finished the season with a .271 average with 37 RBI and 64 hits. Overstreet’s impressive play during the 2013 season earned him a handful of accolades including the Rawlings Gold Glove Award, SEC All-Freshman Team and the Tallahassee Regional All-Tournament Team. At second base, the 6’1” freshman turned 67 double plays which was a mark that led the SEC and ranked second all-time in Roll Tide single-season history. Continue reading

CBD Top 100 Countdown: 74. Rhett Wiseman (Vanderbilt)

WisemanRhettWe continue the countdown today with number 74, Vanderbilt outfielder Rhett Wiseman. In his freshman campaign with the Commodores, Wiseman played a limited role as he joined a very talented Vanderbilt squad. Despite his lack of regular playing time, Wiseman was still able to put up pretty impressive numbers. In 54 games played, the 5’9” outfielder had only 11 starts and 121 at bats. With most of those at bats being pinch hitting situations, Wiseman handled himself well collecting 35 hits, 3 homeruns and 17 RBI while posting a .289 average. Continue reading

Arkansas releases 2014 Schedule

DaveVanHornArkansasFAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas baseball team will play 28 games against teams that advanced to the 2013 NCAA Tournament and 35 games at Baum Stadium as head coach Dave Van Horn announced the Razorbacks’ 2014 schedule on Monday.

“This year’s schedule is going to be a good challenge,” Coach Van Horn said. “The way I feel about the schedule is we need to be challenged early and often so we can get ready for conference play.” Continue reading

2014 Top 100 Players Countdown: 89. Christian Ibarra (LSU)

College Baseball Daily kicks off our countdown to the start of the 2014 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.
We continue the list today at number 89 with LSU’s third baseman Christian Ibarra. Before transferring to LSU for his junior season, Ibarra was a shortstop at Rio Hondo and earned All-State and All-Pacific Division Team recognition last season after batting .396 with 20 doubles, 6 HR, 40 runs and 50 RBIs in 45 games. The Marauders were 40-5 and made it to the California Final Four, the junior-college equivalent of a Super Regional. Continue reading