Southern New Hampshire University won their fifth straight elimination game against Franklin Pierce in the Division 2 East Regional by a score of 4-3. The Penmen were out hit 8-6 but took advantage of their opportunities to win their 50th game of the season setting up a winner take all game later in the day. […]
Category: Division 2
INDIANAPOLIS—The NCAA Division II Baseball Committee has selected the 56 teams that will participate in the 2016 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship. The championship provides for two regional sites hosting six teams, four regional sites hosting seven teams and two regional sites hosting eight teams, for a total of eight regional sites. All regionals are […]
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper has released their 2016 Division 2 Preseason Poll which is led by Tampa. You can check out the rest of the Top 40 below.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – After leading the league in strikeouts and wins and ranking fourth in ERA, Laconia lefthander Tim Viehoff (Southern New Hampshire) has been named the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) Robin Roberts Top Starting Pitcher of the Year, as announced by the league on Friday.
The American Baseball Coaches Association has announced the 2015 ABCA/Rawlings All-Americans, the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove team and the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Bat Award as National Player of the Year for NCAA Div. II. Craig Brooks, a senior pitcher from Catawba College, was named 2015 ABCA/Rawlings Gold Bat Award winner as National Player of the Year. Brooks […]
INDIANAPOLIS—The NCAA Division II Baseball Committee has selected the 48 teams that will participate in the 2015 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship.
Through my experience, coaches are almost always the most competitive people in the world. We are the ones that would have trouble making it through life without something to strive for, something to learn, and something to give us a sense of purpose. Competition is what feeds us and what gives us that edge. As […]
It was a February afternoon in the “spring” of 2010 when I first felt baseball’s ultimate wrath. We were at West Georgia, minutes from the start of the final season opener of my baseball playing career. It was a day I had been both looking forward to and dreading for quite a long time, but […]
Almost everyone has gotten through the opening day jitters, the stumbles, and the nervous mistakes. We are finally starting to settle into the season and enjoy the competition and camaraderie that comes along with it. The returners are resuming their roles and the newcomers are finding their place of comfort within the lineup. The opening […]