The NCAA D1 Board of Directors announced some major changes to collegiate athletics on yesterday afternoon. The changes toughen academic standards and provide increased academic and economic support to student-athletes.
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FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) – It has been a busy fall for the UCF baseball team on and off the diamond. With the start of fall baseball last week, the Knights have been improving on their fundamentals while also helping little leaguers around the Orlando area the past three weekends with theirs […]
Unless you live in a cave or under a rock, you saw the terrible Maryland Terrapins football uniforms that they featured last night on ESPN during their showdown with the Miami Hurricanes. Here are some of the worst uniforms in the history of College Baseball that we were able to come across. This includes some […]
One interesting area that has started to churn out MLB Draft picks is the US Virgin Islands. Two years ago, they had four players selected with each of them signing with professional squad. Last year, three more were selected. This year though they had two players selected with Jharel Cotton and Deshorn Lake. Both players […]
If you hadn’t heard the news, University of San Francisco Head Coach Nino Giarratano donated a kidney to his ailing father on July 11th. Coach G’s 80-year old father Mickey’s kidneys failed after having gallbladder surgery last fall, and Nino decided to donate a kidney to help him survive and live a more comfortable life. […]
By: Greg Johnson, NCAA.org Umpires at the 2012 Men’s College World Series will be able to use instant replay to review specified calls under an experimental rule developed by the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee. The Division I Baseball Committee reviewed and supported the experimental rule at its annual meeting Monday-Wednesday in Indianapolis.
It is a semi-slow time around the College Baseball world. We will be providing information throughout the summer on college baseball summer league play. Remember, you can always follow us on Twitter @CB_Daily and on Facebook by clicking here. If you have any questions or comments about the site feel free to email us by […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE OMAHA, Neb. [July 2, 2011] – College of Charleston’s Daniel Aldrich beat Georgia Southern’s Victor Roache in front of 20,578 people at the 2011 TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby tonight at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. CBS will televise the event nationwide at 2 p.m. ET Sunday.