MALIBU, Calif. – Pepperdine Baseball Head Coach Steve Rodriguez announced the team’s 2015 schedule this week and it includes 26 non-conference contests to go along with the full slate of WCC action.
The defending WCC champs start the year playing 11 of their first 12 games at home, before going on the road against perennial title contender Cal State Fullerton and then heading north for a three-game showdown at Pac-12 foe Washington. Continue reading →
LUBBOCK, Texas — The National College Baseball Hall of Fame announced today the creation of its newest award, designed to honor the accomplishments of college baseball players who went on to achieve greatness off the diamond. Continue reading →
CHAPEL HILL — Highlighted by Atlantic Coast Conference matchups with Duke, Miami, NC State, Boston College and Virginia as well as a visit from 2013 NCAA champion UCLA, North Carolina will host 38 games at Boshamer Stadium in 2015, head coach Mike Fox announced Monday. The Tar Heels, who will look to earn a 14th consecutive NCAA tournament bid this spring, open the season with a 15-game homestand beginning Feb. 13 against Seton Hall. Continue reading →
WEST POINT, N.Y. – Army baseball head coach Matt Reid announced the Black Knights’ 2014 schedule on Friday. Army finished last season as the Patriot League’s regular season co-champions and advanced to the postseason for the eighth consecutive season.
The Black Knights won 33 games in 2014 and posted a 15-5 Patriot League record in their first season under Reid. Continue reading →
The Oklahoma State Baseball squad is coming off a 48-18 campaign under Josh Holliday bowing out in the Super Regionals to UC-Irvine. Coach Josh Holliday has updated fans on how fall practice is going for the Cowboys below. Continue reading →
HONOLULU – The University of Hawai’i Rainbow Warrior baseball team announced its 2015 schedule which includes eight teams from last year’s NCAA Tournament field and another daunting Big West Conference slate.
The ‘Bows will play 53 games, 30 in the friendly confines of Les Murakami Stadium where they ranked 18th in the nation in attendance last season and first in the west region. They kick off the campaign hosting national power Oregon for the fifth straight season, and will also welcome Oklahoma and 2014 NCAA regional participant Cal State Fullerton. Continue reading →
Jacksonville State University head baseball coach Jim Case announced the 2015 Gamecock schedule today with six of the first eight games against teams that made the 2014 NCAA postseason.
The Gamecocks have 30 home games scheduled for Rudy Abbott Field, including the season opening series against Youngstown State on Feb. 13-15. Jax State will also host NCAA Super-Regional participant Kennesaw State the second weekend, before traveling to face the Auburn Tigers for three games the following weekend. Continue reading →
SAN FRANCISCO—With the aspiration of returning to an NCAA Regional, San Francisco head coach Nino Giarratano has announced a daunting 2015 schedule, which appears to be one of the top five in the nation, that includes one College World Series team and five other tournament teams from a year ago.
“Our schedule never gets any easier,” Giarratano said. “I think it’s one of the top five schedules in the country as far as non-conference. We always want to play the best competition and hopefully we’re ready for it and hopefully we’re ready to play well. Continue reading →