The Illinois State Media Relations department has started a series of articles previewing the 2008 season. The first installment focuses on the Starting Pitching which is led by Senior Eric Theisen. He went 3-9 with a 4.54 ERA in 2007 coming back from a severe arm injury in 2006. In 2005, He was perfect as […]
2016 NCAA Baseball Regional Projections (May 3rd)
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2016 NCAA Tournament with our weekly Regional Projections. These are done as if the teams finished the season on Monday. As has been the case this year, there is…
UCR Takes 2 Out Of 3 From CSUN To Keep Pace In The Big West
UC-Riverside took two out of three from Cal-State Northridge over the weekend. Here are some of the best pics.
CBD Photos of the Week (May 2nd)
Here are the best photos of the week from the CBD staff of photographers including Brian Foley, Chris Leung, David Cohen, Sam Wasson, and more. You can check them out below.
Fullerton Expands Lead In Big West With 7-2 Victory Over UCI
Cal State Fullerton expanded their lead in the Big West Conference with a 7-2 victory over UC-Irvine. You can check out the best pics from the game below.
CBD Photo Gallery: Cal defeats Washington 7-1
Cal defeated Washington 7-1 on Saturday night behind Tanner Dodson who went seven strong innings giving up allowing seven hits and only one run. You can check out the best pics below and the full gallery by clicking here.
Long Beach State Shuts Out Cal Poly 2-0 in Game 2
Long Beach State picked up a 2-0 victory over Cal-Poly in Game 2 of their Big West series. Here are the best pictures from the game.
CBD Photo Gallery: Nebraska at Rutgers
Nebraska took the final two games of their three game series against Rutgers to take the series against the Scarlet Knights. Here are some of the best pics from CBD Photographer Dean Hughes.
UCR Hangs On To Defeat CSUN 6-4 And Tighten The Race For The Big West Title
UC Riverside picked up a key 6-4 victory over Cal State Northridge to tighten up the race for the Big West title. You can check out the best pics below.
CSTV Editor Doug Kroll checks in with his weekly article about some of the off-season coaching moves. The biggest move was George Horton heading to Oregon to restart the Duck program. This set off a chain reaction as UC-Irvine head coach Dave Serrano went to Fullerton while former USC coach Mike Gillespie came out of […]
Perfect Game Crosschecker has put out their annual rankings of the Top 100 programs for the 2008 campaign. Leading the way is the Arizona Wildcats and chief rival Arizona State comes in as the runner up. The rest of the Top 5 is filled out by Texas, Miami (FL), and Vanderbilt. The full article is […]
Our partner StatStud was honored with the Best in Show award at the 2008 ABCA Convention in Philadelphia. StatStud provides an excellent website that accumulates stats from every game in the country. Users can create watch lists as they would like to follow a certain player’s career. You should go check out the site by […]
FROM PRESS RELEASE DALLAS – The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association continues its tradition of NCAA Division I polls for the 11th year with its 2008 preseason predictions and weekly surveys. Weekly polls will continue from Feb. 25 through June 30 following the NCAA World Series in Omaha, Neb. The poll voters come from 30 […]
The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) has announced their 2008 Preseason Poll and Team. The Preseason poll is led by defending conference champion Fresno State who received six out of seven first place votes with Louisiana Tech getting the other vote.
The Oregon Daily Emerald has published an article discussing some of the challenges George Horton is facing at the University of Oregon. He has decided to go after some high caliber recruits who will likely be drafted on Day 1 of the MLB draft and might never see the Eugene campus. The full article is […]
The Harvard Crimson has put out their 2008 schedule which is one of the best OOC schedules in the entire nation. The Crimson will open the season on March 7th when they head to Wichita State for the first game of a three game set. The next weekend the Crimson head down to Bradenton FL […]
Kent State Athletic benefactor Hal Schoonover passed away this Saturday after a yearlong battle recovering from a fall. He attended Kent State where he played baseball from 1947-1949 while serving as the captain of the squad during his senior season. He was a fixture at all Golden Flashes sporting events according to Athletic Director Laing […]
FROM PRESS RELEASE NEW HAVEN, Conn.–The 2008 Yale baseball schedule was announced today. The 46-game slate includes 20 conference games and 15 home contests at Yale Field. The season gets underway with a three-game series at George Washington on March 1-2. The Bulldogs and Colonials will square off in a doubleheader on March 1, then […]