Category Archives: SWAC

2009 College Baseball Schedules-7 Releases


With the Season starting in a few weeks schools are still releasing and getting their schedule together. We have come across 7 more schedules; Virginia Commonwealth, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Prairie View A&M, Texas Southern, Jackson State, Alabama State, and Alabama A&M. We have all your schedules up top for DIV I,II,III and the NAIA.
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SFA Sees Good Things In Fall Game

Ryan Priest scored a run and tossed an inning in SFA's fall game versus Grambling on Tuesday.
Ryan Priest scored a run and tossed an inning in SFA


The Lumberjack baseball team got looks at 19 players on Tuesday, but fell 11-5 to Grambling in a fall baseball action at Jaycees Field.

The game does not count toward either team’s 2009 record, however it does count toward each team’s allotment of allowed games.
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2009 College Baseball Schedule- 4 More

The CBB is committed in getting the 2009 College Baseball Schedules. We have come across the schedules for Tulane, Texas Southern, North Florida, and Northern Iowa. If you are looking for any other schedules we have them in two different places. One is on the right hand side where it says “View 2009 Schedules and we have links up top for the DIV I, II, and III schedules.

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2009 College Baseball Schedules 10 Added

This weekend we have come across 10 more college baseball schedules from around the country.

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College Baseball News & Notes 09/04

Aaron Backer and Coach Galloway
Aaron Backer and Coach Galloway

The University of Oklahoma baseball team reported for the first team practice of the fall semester on Thursday, Sept. 4.

The Sooners return seven position starters and 18 letterwinners overall from the 2008 team that advanced to the Tempe Regional Finals before falling to then-No. 4 Arizona State. Among those starters are Aaron Baker, Matt Harughty, Bryant Hernandez, Casey Johnson, Jamie Johnson, Tyson Seng and J.T. Wise.
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Baton Rouge Regional: Day 2 Recap

New Orleans 18, Texas Southern 5

Johnny Giavotella was 3-for-3 with a home run and four runs scored, helping New Orleans eliminate Texas Southern from the NCAA tournament with an 18-5 victory Saturday in the Baton Rouge regional.

New Orleans (43-20) blew the game open in the bottom of the fifth, sending 11 batters to the plate and scoring six runs to take a 13-2 lead. Continue reading

Baton Rouge Regional: LSU 12, Texas Southern 1

A walk, a bunt attempt, a double-steal and a home run. That’s just the bottom of the first, when LSU jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first game of the Baton Rouge Regional. The homestanding Tigers broke loose again in the fifth and sixth innings, and Texas Southern got on the board in the top of the sixth with an Earnest Rhone home run. Alex Box was filled with 6,536 fans as LSU advanced in the winner’s bracket, where it will face the winner of the Southern Miss-New Orleans matchup Saturday. The SWAC Tournament champions will face the loser of that game in an elimination contest.


2008 CBB Regional Preview: Baton Rouge

The LSU Tigers finished the season on a massive 20 game winning streak. They have a 43-16 record and 18-11 in the SEC this year. The number 2 seed in the Regional is Southern Miss who has a 40-20 record with a Conference USA record of 15-9. New Orleans picked up the three seed with a season record of 42-19 and 18-11 in the Sun Belt. The final team in the regional is Texas Southern who won the SWAC Tourney to get in with a 16-32 record while being 7-17 in the conference. Continue reading

Texas takes two from Alabama A&M 18-0 and 14-3


AUSTIN, Texas — Preston Clark and David Hernandez hit two home runs apiece to lead the Texas Longhorns to a doubleheader sweep of the Alabama A&M Bulldogs, 18-0 and 14-3, at UFCU Disch-Falk Field on Wednesday evening.

Clark, who hit both of his dingers in the second game, went 4-for-5 with five runs and four RBI in the doubleheader. He also reached base on one walk and two hit-by-pitches. Hernandez hit one tater in each game and went 5-for-7 with four runs, one double, two home runs and seven RBI for the day. Continue reading