College Baseball Daily Top 25 (2/23)

CBDonWhite3Virginia remains No. 1 in the new College Baseball Daily Top 25 rankings, after winning all four games this weekend in Charleston, South Carolina.

No. 2 Florida hosted the no. 13 Miami Hurricanes and took two out three from the Canes. No. 3 Texas Christian University traveled to no. 16 Arizona State and defeated the Sun Devils at home to take the series 2 games to 1. No. 4 LSU hosted Boston College and completed the 3 game sweep of the Eagles. Continue reading College Baseball Daily Top 25 (2/23)

Around The Horn (2/20-2/22)

KevinOSullivanMoundThis weekend brought us some pretty favorable series between some pretty high ranked teams. We will be doing some rearranging of our College Baseball Daily Top 25 tonight, that is for sure.

Series of the Weekend

We will start in Orlando, Florida where the no. 7 UCLA Bruins and the no. 17 North Carolina Tar Heels traveled to play a three game series after inclement weather cancelled the series in Chapel Hill. Luckily the kind folks in Orlando took these two teams in with open arms, ahh you gotta love good ol’ college baseball! Continue reading Around The Horn (2/20-2/22)

MAC Baseball Weekend Recap (Feb. 20th-22nd)

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The Zips took two-out-of-three in what was supposed to be a four game series that was cut short because of weather. They won the first game 2-1 thanks to a 2-4, 2 RBI performance by Dom Iero. John Valek III gave up 1 ER over 7 innings, while striking out six. They fell 1-0 in the second game, which was cut short to just seven innings. J.T. Brubaker gave up 1 run over 6 innings, allowing just 4 hits. They won game three 5-4. Daulton Mosbarger was 1-3 with 2 runs scored, while Iero collected two more RBI. Continue reading MAC Baseball Weekend Recap (Feb. 20th-22nd)


Asst_Coach_Adam_AkinAlmost everyone has gotten through the opening day jitters, the stumbles, and the nervous mistakes. We are finally starting to settle into the season and enjoy the competition and camaraderie that comes along with it. The returners are resuming their roles and the newcomers are finding their place of comfort within the lineup. The opening day excitement has passed, and it is now that each team’s true colors will begin to come out. Continue reading CBD JOURNAL WITH KENTUCKY WESLEYAN’S ADAM AKIN (Feb. 21st)