A Rustbelt conference of Mid-Major level, in basketball vernacular, the Horizon League is made up of nine schools in Oho, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Known primarily for basketball the league contracts to six teams in baseball. Continue reading 2015 CBD Season Preview: Horizon League
UIC outfielders Zenon Kolakowski and Joe Rossi as they explore their state-of-the-art Granderson Stadium facility.
Stanford 12 Youngstown State 4
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Stanford eliminated Youngstown State and stayed alive in the Bloomington Regional with an 12-4 win Sunday afternoon at Bart Kaufman Field. Brett Hanewich threw seven innings, while allowing one earned run on three hits, and Danny Diekroeger went 3-4 with three RBI to lead the Cardinal.
Stanford (32-24) moves on to tonight’s championship round against No. 4 national seed Indiana by ending Youngstown State’s season. The Penguins had won five of their last six, including the program’s first NCAA regional win Saturday against Indiana State. Continue reading 2014 Bloomington Regional: Day 3 Recap
Youngstown State 5 Indiana State 2
Bloomington, Ind. — Youngstown State fifth-year senior Patrick O’Brien pitched 6.1 strong innings, and the Penguins beat Indiana State 5-2 for the program’s first victory in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon in the Bloomington Regional. Continue reading 2014 Bloomington Regional: Day 2 Recap
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Stanford 8 Indiana State 1
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Freshman Cal Quantrill threw a complete game and classmate Jack Klein hit a three-run home run to lead Stanford to an 8-1 win over Indiana State in the first game of the Bloomington Regional.
“It was a great game, great pitched game by both their left‑hander and Cal (Quantrill),” said Mark Marquess, the Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball. “I thought Cal had one of his better games. He was sharp.” Continue reading 2014 Bloomington Regional: Day 1 Recap
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Valparaiso’s Trevor Haas has had a solid season with the Crusaders as he is now 2-2 with a 3.69 ERA but has overcome a major obstacle. Continue reading Valpo’s Trevor Haas taking Nothing for Granted
As a first-year head coach, Wright State’s Greg Lovelady is taking every opportunity to improve his understanding of the game and management of the ballplayers in his care.
It’s Lovelady’s 10th year overall at Wright State, but his first in charge of everything after nine seasons as Rob Cooper’s assistant. His baseball pedigree includes two national championships (1999, 2001) as a player at Miami, a brief pro career in the Florida Marlins minor league system, and three regional appearances with the Raiders (2006, 2009, 2011). Continue reading CBD Column: Lovelady learning from the best at Wright State
To get you ready for the second weekend of Southern California baseball action, we’ve got your Around the Horn preview of series to watch with a huge regional rematch, a southpaw showdown, two teams trying to make different types of statements and a couple of squads in dire need of some hits.