Category Archives: WAC

CSTV previews WAC and WCC

CSTV continues their series of previews with the West Coast Conference and the WAC. Sorensen picks San Diego to win the West Coast Conference with Pepperdine as a contender and Santa Clara is the darkhorse. The preview is available here. He picks Fresno State to win the conference with Louisiana Tech and Nevada in the contender category and Sacramento State in the darkhorse category. The full preview is available here.

Hawaii set to host Hawaii-Hilo

The Uniform Start Date is Febraury 22nd but Hawaii and Hawaii-Hilo will open the season on Febraury 15th to kick off the year. The Vulcans and Rainbows will play a three game set from Friday-Sunday. The Rainbows are coming off a 38-25 season with a conference record of 11-13. They return Matt Daly who threw a no-hitter in the Cape Cod League this past season. Hawaii-Hilo is coming off a 12-35-1 campaign while losing top pitcher Lars Knepper who threw three complete games for the Vulcans.

Hawaii Game Notes
Hawaii-Hilo Roster
Live Audio is available on the Hawaii site

BleedCrimson.net Weekly Interview with Rocky Ward

Our good friend Sam Wasson of BleedCrimson.net checks in with New Mexico State head coach Rocky Ward with a second pre-season interview with him. Coach Ward talks about some of the drills he leads the club through during the early season workouts and the goals that each drill has. Some of the other topics that he also touches on is the television coverage of the team, pre-season conference team member Joe Scaperotta, and some other topics. The interview is available by clicking here.

Rivals Conference Previews

Our good friend Kendall Rogers of Rivals.com has started doing previews of conferences for the 2008 season.He is one of the top college baseball writers in the country with the depth of his knowledge about the players and coaches across the country. The previews are brief but informative especially the lower level conferences. Continue reading

Hawaii Rainbows start practice

The Hawaii Rainbows will be starting practice today. Head Coach Mike Trapasso is in a rebuilding mode for this season but they should still be competitive with 3b Justin Frash returning and 9 game winner Ian Harrington. He lost his ace in Steven Wright, Darrell Fisherbaugh who led the team in saves, leadoff hitter Robbie Wilder, cleanup hitter Luis Avila, and fifth hitting Matt Inouye. These are some major losses but Coach Trapasso will be able to recharge the Rainbows batteries this upcoming season. The full article from the Honolulu Star-Bulletin is available here.

Super Regionals Matchups Set!!


The Regionals are over and now we can focus on the 16 teams fighting for the 8 spots in Omaha.

Friday through Sunday Super-Regionals

Oral Roberts at Clemson

College of Charleston at Georgia Tech

Missouri at Cal St. Fullerton

North Carolina at Alabama

Saturday through Monday Super-Regionals

Oklahoma at Rice

South Carolina at Georgia

Miami of Florida at Ole Miss

Stanford at Oregon State

A Full preview will be coming for each series in the coming days. So please come back.