Corvallis, Ore. – No. 1 in the polls. No. 1 overall seed. Limping into the postseason after losing three of four to end the season.
Since senior second baseman Andy Peterson sustained a sprained ankle at the bottom of a celebratory pile on May 17 – when Oregon State defeated Washington 1-0 on Logan Ice’s walk-off double – the Beavers have struggled to score runs. Continue reading 2014 Corvallis (OR) Regional preview
The Mavericks received three first-place votes and a total of 15 points. South Dakota State came in second with 12 points and one first-place vote while North Dakota State had 10 points for third place. Western Illinois received the final first-place vote and totaled eight points followed by Fort Wayne with five points. Continue reading 2014 Summit League Preseason Coaches Poll
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FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State head baseball coach Tod Brown has set a 52-game schedule for the 2014 season including a spring break trip to Florida for the sixth straight year and a 24-game Summit League slate.
North Dakota State opens the season Feb. 21-23 with a three-game series at Southern California before going to Murray State and Northern Colorado for a pair of four-game series. NDSU will play six games against Evansville, LIU Brooklyn, Maine, Army and Harvard in Florida before opening league play. Continue reading North Dakota State releases 2014 Schedule
With the announcement, ORU returns to a league where it spent 15 seasons, leaving the Southland Conference after two seasons of competition. All 16 sports sponsored by ORU will compete in The Summit League. Continue reading Oral Roberts heads back to The Summit League in 2014-2015 School Year
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MACOMB, Ill. – Western Illinois head baseball coach Ryan Brownlee announced the 2014 spring schedule for Leatherneck baseball on Wednesday (Nov. 6). The Leathernecks will play 52 games in the spring with 21 games taking place at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium in Macomb. Continue reading Western Illinois releases 2014 Schedule
“We are trying to set a record for most innings played in a regional appearance,” said San Francisco head coach Nino Giarratano. “Hopefully we can stay here and play all 18 innings in two games, not just one tomorrow.” Continue reading San Francisco Outlasts South Dakota in the Eugene Regional Elimination Game
In the bottom of the eighth inning, with runners at first and second, Oregon first baseman Ryon Healy roped a double to the left field gap giving Oregon a 3-2 lead and eventually a opening night victory. Continue reading Ducks Healy Delivers; Oregon wins 3-2
The Oregon Ducks and PK Park were once again selected as a regional host site for the second straight year. The announcement that a regional would take place in Eugene again, made Oregon one of eight programs (Florida State, LSU, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, and UCLA) to be awarded back-to-back hosting opportunities. It’s quite a feat if you consider that Oregon reinstated baseball in 2009. Continue reading 2013 Eugene NCAA Regional Preview
For this week’s projections, instead of being solely compiled based on RPI like they have been done in past weeks, every aspect was taken into consideration. College Baseball Daily’s Ginger Poulson (@gingerpoulson) compiled this list after analyzing RPI, overall records, conference standings, overall talent and several other factors. If you have any questions about the projections feel free to leave a comment below or send her a tweet.
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