FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE In the late 1950s, Drayton McLane Jr. (’59 master’s in food marketing management) would walk from his Michigan State University campus dorm to class and marvel at the beauty and activities at Old College Field. By the spring of 2009, the McLane family will have literally brought “new life” to its […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE Columbia, S.C. – The South Carolina baseball team had its first look from the field at the new baseball stadium that will debut for the 2009 season. The team held skill work out at the new site on Tuesday afternoon (September 2).
Teams from around the nation will start up fall practices where they will have 45 days to conduct 33 fall practices with that being said the Texas Longhorns will be conducting scrimmages at several different locations. Primarily, they will be using the Dell Diamond which serves as the home of the Houston Astros AAA team.
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FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE Though the completed baseball stadium is still months away, UCA fans can now take a glimpse into the future with the latest architectural renderings of the project, which were just released by the firm of Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson, Inc. “You can see we’re getting top-notch quality,” said UCA athletic director […]
Omaha and the College World Series have been married for 59 years, and the love affair will continue through at least 2035. The NCAA’s top official said its relationship with Omaha is based on mutual trust and support. He offered that assessment today as he signed a 60-page contract that commits the series to Omaha […]
The University of Massachusetts baseball program has turned into a bottom feeder in the A-10 and Mike Stone is using the excuse that he has to compete against better programs now with the addition of Charlotte being added to the A-10 recently. I personally think that UMass needs to look at the program at the […]
You thought 20 years was good? How does 25 sound? Officials spearheading Omaha’s ballpark effort announced that the College World Series will stay in Omaha for the next quarter of a century. That comes after last week’s news that the tournament will be here “at least 20 years,” starting in 2011.
Top college baseball teams will take the “Road to Omaha” through at least 2030. But they won’t be playing at Rosenblatt Stadium after 2010. Starting in 2011, the team buses will be heading downtown under a new College World Series agreement struck today with the NCAA.
Mayor Mike Fahey stood shoulder to shoulder with David Sokol today to announce that the two had resolved their differences and are ready to move forward with a new downtown baseball stadium. Sokol, chairman of the board that runs the Qwest Center Omaha, and Fahey signed a memorandum of understanding Monday evening that clears the […]