St. John’s releases 2015 Schedule

BlankmeyerSt.Johns_thumb.jpgQUEENS, N.Y. – St. John’s head baseball coach Ed Blankmeyer, the winningest coach in program-history, has released the 56-game schedule for the upcoming 2015 season, his 20th at the helm. The schedule features a total of 11 games against seven teams that qualified for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. In addition to playing games in 10 different states, the Red Storm will have 29 games at Jack Kaiser Stadium.

“Our objective has always been to play the best competition possible and this will be a challenging schedule,” said Blankmeyer. “The pre-conference schedule is filled with NCAA Tournament caliber squads, so we will be tested from Opening Day. We’re excited to play in some different parts of the country and visit some storied programs.” Continue reading St. John’s releases 2015 Schedule

Notre Dame releases 2015 Schedule

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NOTRE DAME, Ind. – After playing only six games at the friendly confines of Frank Eck Stadium last season due to FieldTurf installation, the University of Notre Dame baseball team is returning home in a big way in 2015 with a monster home slate that features Atlantic Coast Conference series against four 2014 NCAA Tournament teams including College World Series participants Louisville and Virginia.

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William and Mary releases 2015 Schedule

William&MaryWILLIAMSBURG, Va. – William and Mary head baseball coach Brian Murphy announced the 2015 baseball schedule on Monday morning. This year’s competitive slate is highlighted by a pair of teams that played in the College World Series, four teams that played in the Super Regionals, seven teams that made the 2014 NCAA Tournament, and 29 home games.

“It is a great schedule that we have put together for the upcoming season,” Murphy said. “The success of the last couple of years’ teams have made it realistic to create a schedule that allows us to gain an RPI to potentially warrant an at-large bid. I think this schedule certainly does that. Off the bat, we are playing two teams that went to Omaha last year. We open up at Ole Miss, and get to play Virginia. Aside from that we play several other teams that played in Super Regionals, including College of Charleston and Kennesaw State, add in a handful of NCAA Tournament teams, and it’s a really competitive schedule.” Continue reading William and Mary releases 2015 Schedule

Towson releases 2015 Schedule

TowsonBaseballTOWSON, Md. – Games against national runner-up Virginia, and NCAA Tournament participants Maryland and George Mason, along with a tough Colonial Athletic Association slate highlight the 2015 Towson baseball schedule released Tuesday.

“Overall, our schedule is going to be challenging,” said head coach Mike Gottlieb. “We have a very competitive non-conference schedule with the likes of USC, Virginia, George Mason, Maryland and Wake Forest. With Elon coming into the conference, I think our conference schedule has gotten tougher.” Continue reading Towson releases 2015 Schedule

CBD Journal with Army’s Alex Jensen (December 16th)

cbd_journal_jensenI know it has been quite a while since my last entry but I figured this would be an appropriate time to begin writing again as the opening weekend for college baseball is less than 2 months out. As the first semester is coming to an end, I look back and reflect on all the positive things that have happened. It really is amazing how quickly the semester has flown by. Continue reading CBD Journal with Army’s Alex Jensen (December 16th)