The NCAA Champion Magazine had a great feature on the Washington State Sports Science Lab which is testing the new technology in college baseball. Continue reading
UC-Irvine third base coach Ben Orloff holds up Chris Rabago against USD in 2014.
FORT WORTH – Fresh off leading TCU to its second berth in the College World Series, head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle inked a contract extension through 2020. The Horned Frogs have been postseason participants in 10 of his 11 seasons on campus.
“We’re very excited to announce a contract extension for Jim Schlossnagle to lead our baseball program,” said Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Chris Del Conte. “Jim has done a phenomenal job and is synonymous with TCU and Fort Worth. Continue reading
Unless you been living under a rock, you have heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge. Many eople don’t recognize this started with a former Boston College baseball player Pete Frates who has ALS. You can check out a SportsCenter feature on him below. Continue reading
Current UC-Davis water polo goalkeeper Haley Cameron will be at Pepperdine this week to take part in the tryouts for Team USA for the 2014 Women’s Baseball World Cup. Continue reading
Collazo officially turned himself in to federal authorities on Wednesday to face the charges. He was released later in the day on a $50,000 bond and had to surrender all travel documents.
You can check out a full video report below. Continue reading
The University of Northwestern Ohio, an NAIA school located in Lima, Ohio unveiled a new field. Let’s be honest, it is very bright!
— UNOH Baseball (@UNORacers) August 8, 2014
Who will be the first Division 1 team to follow this trend? I am taking a guess that it will be the Oregon Ducks.
TROY, Ala. – Troy University baseball head coach Bobby Pierce announced at a press conference Wednesday that he will retire following the 2015 season; his 13th season as the coach of the Trojans. Pierce, who is 15 wins shy of surpassing Chase Riddle for the most in school history, informed his team at a meeting Tuesday night.
“Troy University, the Troy community and the entire Trojan nation have been nothing short of phenomenal to me, my family and our program over the years,” Pierce said. “I have put everything I have into playing and coaching for 51 years of my life. When you invest that much for that long, your tank runs a little low.” Continue reading