Stockton, Calif. – Director of Athletics Ted Leland has announced today that coach Ed Sprague has resigned his position as the head of the Pacific baseball program. Sprague’s decision to step down is effective immediately and a nationwide search for his replacement will begin as soon as possible. Continue reading Pacific head coach Ed Sprague steps down
WACO, Texas – Steve Rodriguez, who enjoyed a successful playing and coaching career at Pepperdine University, has been selected as Baylor University’s 19th head baseball coach, Vice President and Director of Athletics Ian McCaw announced.”We are excited to introduce Steve Rodriguez and welcome him and his family to Baylor,” McCaw said. “Steve is a dynamic leader, players’ coach, tireless recruiter and wonderful mission fit for our program. His highly successful coaching career and major league baseball playing experience will afford our student-athletes a rewarding experience as we build a championship program.” Continue reading Baylor names Steve Rodriguez as head coach
PORTLAND, Ore. – Geoff Loomis has been named head coach of the University of Portland baseball program, Athletic Director Scott Leykam announced on Wednesday. Loomis, a member of the University of Portland Athletic Hall of Fame and one of the most decorated players in the history of the Pilot baseball program, compiled an impressive 327-197-2 (.624) record over the last 13 seasons as the head coach at Pacific Lutheran University. Continue reading University of Portland names Geoff Loomis as Head Coach
Portland head baseball coach Chris Sperry will not return for the 2016 season according to athletic director Scott Leykam. The Pilots went 12-42 overall while being only 7-20 in West Coast Conference play.
Portland, Ore. – Two pitchers combined on a four-hitter and two batters parked baseballs beyond the wall at revamped Joe Etzel Field on Tuesday as Portland shutout Seattle 9-0. Continue reading Portland blanks Seattle in sun-blessed nonconference action in Pacific Northwest
SPOKANE, Wash.—Another tough slate of games awaits Gonzaga University’s baseball team in 2015 as the Zags will face five opponents from last season’s NCAA Tournament, as announced by Gonzaga head coach Mark Machtolf. In all, Gonzaga will take on seven squads combined from the PAC 12, Big 10, and SEC and see other competition from the American Athletic, Big West, and the Western Athletic Conferences.
Once again, the Zags will spend the first month of the season in warmer and drier climates, playing their first 17 games outside the Pacific Northwest. They start the season in Northridge, Calif., with Opening Day on Friday, Feb. 13 against Utah Valley. A day later, they face host school CSU Northridge. The Bulldogs will wrap up opening weekend with a split doubleheader on Sunday, Feb. 15, playing Utah Valley in the morning and Cal State Northridge that afternoon. Continue reading Gonzaga releases 2015 Schedule
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The University of San Diego head baseball coach Rich Hill has announced the 2015 baseball schedule, which features seven opponents coming off NCAA Baseball Tournament appearances in 2014. Continue reading San Diego releases 2015 Schedule
The LMU baseball program released another home-heavy 2015 schedule that features 31 games to be played at Page Stadium. While a few game times are yet to be determined, 23 of the 31 home games are currently scheduled to be played under the lights. Continue reading Loyola-Marymount releases 2015 Schedule
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — On the heels of its first postseason appearance since 1997, Santa Clara Baseball begins the 2015 season by facing defending College World Series champion Vanderbilt on the road. The Broncos and Commodores meet for opening weeked Feb. 13-15 at Hawkins Field in Nashville, Tenn. It marks the first matchup between the programs, which collectively boast more than 250 years of baseball history. Continue reading Santa Clara releases 2015 Schedule