Category Archives: Interviews with Players

Indiana Baseball holds Media Day

The Indiana Hoosiers held their annual media day on Monday featuring first year head coach Chris Lemonis. The Hoosiers are coming off a 44-15 campaign while going 21-3 in Big Ten play. They hosted a regional in Bloomington but were ousted by the Stanford Cardinal. You can check out interviews with Coach Lemonis and several players below.  Continue reading Indiana Baseball holds Media Day

College World Series One-On-One: Virginia C Nate Irving

OMAHA, Neb. — Virginia (51-14) scored a walk-off victory in 15 innings, beating TCU (48-17) Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, 3-2, in a game that tied the College World Series record for longest game played at 15 frames.

In nearly a carbon copy of the final inning of Virginia’s walk-off win against Ole Miss on Sunday, Nate Irving started the rally, was pinch run for by Thomas Woodruff, who scored the winning run, and reliever Artie Lewicki benefitted picking up the win.

Irving led off the 15th inning, blasting a double over the head of TCU left fielder Boomer White.

After the game, Irving talks about his big hit in the 15th inning and answers whether the Cavaliers are a team of destiny.

Nate Irving also discussed his “amazing” experience in the College World Series and how everyone is a part of the Virginia wins. He also talked about the pitching staff he gets to catch.

Check out the full one-on-one interview with Irving: Continue reading College World Series One-On-One: Virginia C Nate Irving

Interview with Evansville’s Wes Carroll and Kyle Freeland

KyleFreelandEvansvilleMissouri Valley Conference Assistant Commissioner of New Media Derrick Docket recently sat down with Evansville seventh year head coach Wes Carroll and junior lefthanded pitcher Kyle Freeland. The Aces are currently 28-15 overall after a 9-4 loss to Southern Indiana on Tuesday evening. They are doing extremely well in Missouri Valley Conference play with a 9-3 record which puts them in first place by two games in the loss column. You can check out the full video interview below. Continue reading Interview with Evansville’s Wes Carroll and Kyle Freeland

SoCal Roundup: Pitcher BOMB

Rick Vanderhook didn’t travel with the team to San Luis Obispo and probably wouldn’t have liked what he saw had he went anyway. The nation’s top two closers, Sam Moore and Michael Cederoth, ended up deciding a game. See who came out on top.

But two unlikely heroes headline Thursday’s Southern California college baseball roundup that features video interviews and photo galleries from Northridge and Long Beach State:

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SoCal Roundup: Frosh SS Web Gems

Both Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount have both been strong defensively and are among the top West Coast Conference teams, despite having to rely on a pair of freshmen shortstops.

But rather than being bothered by being thrust into the fire, Manny Jefferson and David Fletcher have thrived under the pressures of being regular starters for regional contenders just a season removed from high school ball. Both players made major contributions with the glove on Tuesday.

That plus more in a roundup of Tuesday’s Southern California college baseball action along with photo galleries from Northridge and LMU:

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Strahan Career-High Not Enough for USC Against Utah

The Utes struck out 17 times as a team and couldn’t muster a single hit for eighth consecutive innings, but somehow Utah (11-19, 2-11) was able to pull out a 3-2 victory over USC (15-17, 4-9) to open the series at Dedeaux Field Friday night. Continue reading Strahan Career-High Not Enough for USC Against Utah