GREENVILLE, S.C. — Four games at Flour Field, including clashes against both South Carolina and Clemson, a three-game series at Mississippi, and 38 contests within the Palmetto state highlight Furman’s 56-game 2017 baseball schedule, which was released today by new Paladin head coach Brett Harker.
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LEXINGTON, Va. – A 10-game March homestand, a home and home with William & Mary and a four-team, season-opening round robin tournament at UNC Wilmington are among the highlights of the 2017 VMI baseball schedule, which was released Tuesday afternoon. The Keydets open 2017 with an appearance in a four-team, round-robin event at UNC Wilmington […]
SPARTANBURG, SC – Wofford College announced the 2017 baseball schedule today, with 19 of the first 25 games of the season at home. A three-game road series against Villanova and trips to Clemson and South Carolina are also on the slate for head coach Todd Interdonato and his squad. The Terriers will play a total […]
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Leo Mazzone, one of the greatest pitching coaches in Major League Baseball history, has been named by Furman head coach Brett Harker as a special advisor, it was announced today. “I am estatic about adding Leo Mazzone to the Furman Baseball family,” said Harker. “Leo is widely considered the best pitching coach […]
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Brett Harker has been named Furman’s new head baseball coach, director of athletics Mike Buddie announced today. Harker, a Greenville, S.C., native who owns six years of coaching experience — all in the Palmetto State — recently completed his second season as pitching coach at Furman, where he also served as recruiting […]
DURHAM, N.C. – USA Baseball announced on Thursday that Mercer’s Kyle Lewis has won the 2016 Golden Spikes Award sponsored by Major League Baseball and presented in partnership with the Rod Dedeaux Foundation. The 39th annual award was presented live on ESPN’s flagship program, SportsCenter, by George Grande, who anchored the first-ever SportsCenter telecast on September […]
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Ron Smith has announced his resignation following 23 seasons as head coach of Furman University’s baseball program. Despite injuries to three starters, Furman went 14-6 over its final 20 games and posted a 29-30 overall record this year, finishing fourth in the Southern Conference with a 14-10 league record. Season highlights included […]