PISCATAWAY, N.J. (Feb. 20, 2014) – After working the last two seasons on Fred Hill’s staff, Joe Litterio has been promoted to head baseball coach at Rutgers University. He becomes the 12th leader in program history and only the third since 1961. Continue reading
Here are your College Baseball Television Listings for February 18th-23rd. Continue reading
Rounding out the weekend action on Sunday was another stellar performance from the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. After dropping their opener on Friday, Texas Tech bounced back and then some by winning the next three against #7 Indiana thanks in large part to a pitching staff that gave up just eight runs in four games over the weekend. It doesn’t get much more impressive than that. Continue reading
Following up Opening Day 2014, Saturday also saw a number of upsets across college baseball. Early season surprises really aren’t anything new as teams are shaking off the rust of the new season, incorporating plenty of new players and dealing with the cold conditions that are always present in February. Continue reading
It’s great to finally have college baseball back in our lives. Opening Day 2014 provided us with plenty of surprises and excitement on everybody’s first day back on the diamond, starting with the ACC.
A league considered to be one of the best in college baseball annually, the ACC stumbled out of the gate in route to a 3-5 overall record on Friday. There were surprising results throughout the league but none bigger than highly touted Virginia being knocked around by SEC foe Kentucky. Continue reading
Former MLB All-Star Jeff Kent has been coaching at Southwestern University according to a post on Yahoo Sports. You can check out the full article by clicking here.
Walla Walla Community College baseball player Chandler Whitney has come out to his teammates recently during a team meeting before the 2014 season. Whitney’s boyfriend Willamette University kicker Conner Mertens recently came out to his teammates and friends which gave coverage for Whitney to come out to his teammates. This is the first time that I remember that a current College Baseball player has come out to the public. You can read the full story by clicking here from OutSports.com which is the premier site on issues on Gay Athletes in Sports.
Blake Drake always knew baseball was for him.
“My friends played it, my parents loved it, and it was my escape from school,” he said. “It was always something that I did when I was young. Then I figured out I was actually pretty good at it, so I’m trying to pursue a career.” Continue reading
PHILADELPHIA - It is a new era for Temple University Baseball, so it is only fitting that the team will be playing in a new stadium.
Entering its first year as a member of the American Athletic Conference, Temple University today announced it will play all but one of its home conference games at beautiful Campbell’s Field, home of the Camden Riversharks.