Category Archives: Interviews with Coaches

BleedCrimson.net Weekly Interview with Rocky Ward

Rocky WardbleedCrimson.net continues their weekly interviews with New Mexico State head baseball coach Rocky Ward. This week Coach Ward discusses the season ending series with Louisiana Tech as well as coaching for the conference tournament. The full article is available at bleedCrimson.net.

Samuel Wasson is the Co-Founder and Editor of bleedCrimson.net and covers New Mexico State University athletics. He comes to the CBB as our expert on the WAC.

BleedCrimson.net checks in with Rocky Ward

Our good buddy Sam Wasson of BleedCrimson.net continues his weekly interviews with New Mexico State head coach Rocky Ward. This week he talks about last week’s games against Hawai’i Pacific and conference foe Hawai’i. They will head back home this weekend when they play against Fresno State in a four game set. The full article is available here.

OC-Register checks in with Dave Serrano

The Orange County Register writer Keith Sharon checks in with Cal-State Fullerton head coach Dave Serrano. Sharon grew up with Serrano in Cerritos CA playing in youth leagues up until high school with him. He talks about how much love that Serrano had for the game based upon how he took a field maintenance job at Cerritos Community College when he had an unpaid assistant coaching job. We now see that Serrano has moved on from the lower levels as he is one of the top college baseball coaches in the country. The full article is available here.

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BleedCrimson.net Weekly Interview with Rocky Ward

Our friends over at BleedCrimson.net continue their weekly interviews after a week off with Rocky Ward who is the head coach of the New Mexico State Aggies. They are currently 10-10 on the year after knocking off the University of New Mexico on Tuesday. The full interview talking about the last two weeks of action for the Aggies is available here.

Checking in with Jack Leggett

Don Munson who does Play by Play for the Clemson Tigers sent us his weekly interview with Jack Leggett. He talks about this past weekend series with the NC State Wolfpack in which the Tigers won two out of three games. He also previews the upcoming mid-week games against Elon before heading up to College Park to take on the Maryland Terps. The full radio interview is available here.

ASU Pat Murphy talks about Scandal and Season

Arizona State head coach Pat Murphy recently talked with 1060 AM The Fan Sports Radio out of Phoenix. He talks about the 2008 season and what impact the ESPN report has made on him. The report focused on former ASU assistant coach Mikel Moreno accusations around improper benefits around the program. The full interview with Murphy is available here.

Interview with Jack Leggett (Clemson)

The Clemson University Baseball broadcaster Don Munson has forwarded me an interview with Jack Leggett after yesterday’s 16-2 victory over Boston College. He talks about how the team is trying to get back into the mix into the ACC race. He talks with how the team needs Addison Johnson back into the lineup and how important he is to the Clemson squad. Clemson’s next game is against Coastal Carolina on Tuesday who is an outstanding 15-2. Check out the full interview here.

Interview with Tim Corbin (Vanderbilt)

Our Vanderbilt and SEC writer NYDore is currently out of the country so I will try to provide you guys with some coverage of the conference. Tim Corbin recently sat down with 104.5 FM to discuss the upcoming Commodore season. He discusses his expectations for the season and how the team is preparing for the DeMarini Invitational in Tempe AZ. The full interview is available by clicking here.

University of Texas host Baseball Media Day!

Augie Garrido

FROM PRESS RELEASE

HEAD COACH AUGIE GARRIDO
Opening Statement:
We’re excited about the 2008 Longhorn baseball season of course. One of the exciting things is the renovation of UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The renovation is really a complete change in the facility from the fans point of view. I’ve said often if it had been up to me I voted to tear it down and start over, but that would have been a mistake as it has turned out. I think the bowl remaining as a reminder of Disch-Falk field and the roof over the top blended with the new sightlines, new seats, new everything; the whole thing is completely new. It kind of embraces you with the past as well as introduces to the future. Continue reading