Seattle University head baseball coach Donny Harrel and his staff have completed the 2015 competition schedule for the Redhawk baseball program, which includes a record 33 home games at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue as well as a special road trip across the country.
The Redhawks open the 2015 season with a four-game series against Saint Mary’s Feb. 13-15, followed by the first of four mid-week games throughout the season against the Portland Pilots Feb. 17, with each team hosting two games. Seattle U returns home to face Cal State Northridge in a four-game series at Bannerwood Park Feb. 20-22. Continue reading
New Mexico State Sports Weekly recently sat down with Aggie first year head coach Brian Green as he discusses his move to Las Cruces and how fall practice is going with the squad. You can check out the full interview by clicking here or fast forwarding the video below to the 9:18 mark. Continue reading
BAKERSFIELD, Calif.—Bakersfield head coach Bill Kernen has announced the 2015 Roadrunner schedule. Year seven gets underway Feb. 13 when Big East Conference member Creighton comes to Hardt Field for a three game series. Continue reading
Grand Canyon University head baseball coach Andy Stankiewicz today announced the 2015 schedule for the Antelopes, highlighted by 28 home games at Brazell Stadium and meetings against perennial baseball powers Cal Poly, Tennessee, and Oklahoma State.
Last season, as the Lopes made their return to Division I and Western Athletic Conference play, GCU boasted a 30-23 overall record, including a 19-8 conference mark, good enough for a second place finish in the WAC. Continue reading
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The defending WAC Champion Sacramento State baseball team has unveiled its 2015 schedule as announced by head coach Reggie Christiansen. The 56-game schedule includes 27 home games with three of the home contests to be played at Raley Field. Continue reading
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Sacramento State Athletics Department announced today that work will begin soon to upgrade a number of athletic facilities and equipment.
Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez recently approved numerous improvements that will benefit students, faculty and visitors to the campus. Continue reading
Sam Wasson, College Baseball Daily correspondent and editor at bleedCrimson.net, interviewed newly named head coach at New Mexico State, Brian Green on Thursday after the school’s announcement. This is Green’s first head coaching position as he returns to his alma mater where he played in 1994 and was an assistant in 1995. Below is an excerpt from the interview. You can also read the interview in its entirety at bleedCrimson.net.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – New Mexico State University Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston announced on Friday, July 25 that Brian Green will be the 10th head coach in NM State baseball program history.
Green, a graduate of the 1995 class at New Mexico State, comes back to his alma mater after coaching for six seasons as an assistant at Kentucky. In 2014, he directed the best offense in college baseball and in Kentucky history. Green was UK’s offensive coordinator and infield defensive coach.
Multiple sources have told CBD that Kentucky assistant Brian Green will be named the next head coach at New Mexico State next week.
Cal Poly 5, Sacramento State 4
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Cal Poly knocked around Sacramento State starter Justin Dillon for five runs in four innings and held on for a 6-5 victory.
Zack Zehner rocketed a solo homer in the second inning to put the Mustangs (47-11) up 2-0 and John Schuknecht provided a two-run double in the fourth inning to make it 5-1.