OMAHA, Neb. — Vice Chancellor for Athletics Trev Alberts announced Monday that he has made a change in the leadership of the Omaha baseball program, effective immediately. Bob Herold is no longer head coach of the Maverick program, while former assistant coach Evan Porter has been named interim head coach.
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The South Dakota State University baseball team will play a challenging non-conference schedule and is scheduled to host 22 games at Erv Huether Field during the upcoming 2016 season. “I feel this is the most difficult and challenging non-conference schedule that we have played in the past five years,” SDSU head coach Dave Schrage said. […]
MACOMB, Ill. – Western Illinois baseball opens the 2016 season in February at Tennessee Tech, and will eventually play 16 games at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium, as the schedule was announced on Friday (Nov. 20). “I feel really good with how our schedule lines up. We are heading to a couple of new places early […]
FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota State University baseball team revealed its 2016 schedule on Monday, Oct. 26. The 54-game regular season slate includes two trips to Florida and three games against Minnesota. NDSU opens the season Feb. 19-21 with three games against Arkansas Pine Bluff in Pine Bluff, Ark., before traveling to Beaumont, Texas, […]
TULSA, Okla. – Fourth year head coach Ryan Folmar has announced the Golden Eagles 2016 baseball schedule. Fans will have plenty of opportunities to see the team in action this year as ORU host 26 games at J.L. Johnson Stadium. “We are once again very excited to be taking on a great schedule,” Folmar said. […]
The weekend’s Summit League matchup at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium in Macomb, Ill., will pit a South Dakota State (7-10, 0-3) team that is trying to find its way against a Western Illinois (3-12, 1-2) squad that has struggled mightily on the mound and at the plate. The Jackrabbits have dropped four straight and […]
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (11-6, 2-1 Summit) got off to a solid start in conference play, as the Mastodons took two of three from Western Illinois in Macomb, Ill. IPFW mustered just five hits in the opener, a 4-2 Leathernecks victory, but the Mastodons bounced back to take the next two games despite hitting […]