ST. LOUIS – Saint Louis head baseball coach Darin Hendrickson has announced the Billikens’ 2015 schedule.
“This schedule is by far the most competitive we have had at Saint Louis” Hendrickson said. “We open with 10 tough road games. All those contests are at great venues and stadiums to energize us for the season ahead. We play projected NCAA Regional teams in Ohio State and Illinois and a vastly improved Iowa club. We then move to great Southern powerhouses Southern Miss and Troy in Pensacola, Fla. Continue reading →
The LMU baseball program released another home-heavy 2015 schedule that features 31 games to be played at Page Stadium. While a few game times are yet to be determined, 23 of the 31 home games are currently scheduled to be played under the lights. Continue reading →
Welcome back for another year of college baseball!
Although baseball season may be winding down with the NL and AL division series underway, for the Rhody Rams, the season has just begun. This year we have a brand new coaching staff and a young, energetic freshman class eager to contribute to the team. Continue reading →
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Highlighted by weekend series at perennial Big South members Liberty and Coastal Carolina, the Bryant University baseball team and head coach Steve Owens have announced a challenging 56-game slate for the 2015 season. Continue reading →
THE FLATS – The 2014 ACC Champion Georgia Tech baseball team has released its 2015 schedule, highlighted by 31 home games, a renewal of rivalries versus Auburn, Clemson and Notre Dame, and 23 games against nine teams that reached last year’s NCAA Regional.
The Yellow Jackets’ 56-game slate begins Friday, February 13 versus St. John’s at Russ Chandler Stadium. Tech also welcomes Fordham and Liberty on opening weekend. Continue reading →
OMAHA, Neb. – The Creighton baseball team announced its 2015 schedule, featuring 27 home games on Friday, Oct. 10. In addition the Bluejays will host the 2015 BIG EAST Tournament in late May.
Creighton opens 2015 with a little coast-to-coast travel, playing at Cal State Bakersfield (Feb. 13-15) then to Louisiana for back-to-back series at Northwestern State (Feb. 20-22) and at Tulane (Feb. 27 – March 1).
The home schedule begins on March 6-8 as Creighton welcomes Minnesota for a three game stretch. Continue reading →
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State University and the Seminole baseball team announced their schedule for the 2015 season. The Seminoles will open the year with a three-game home stand against Oakland University (Michigan) inside the friendly confines of Dick Howser Stadium on Mike Martin Field, February 13-15.
Eleven teams on this year’s schedule recorded 30 or more wins a season ago. Ten schools finished no lower than third in their respective league standings and five schools earned a bid to participate in the 2014 NCAA Regional, while four teams finished the season ranked in the top 25. Continue reading →
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NEW YORK – Columbia head baseball coach Brett Boretti has announced the Lions 2015 spring schedule. The two-time reigning Ivy League Champions will open up the season in Texas for a three-game series with the University of Houston from February 27-March 1.
“We have put together another exciting schedule to challenge us each and every time we take the field,” Boretti said. “We have a very strong non-conference schedule, starting off at 2014 Super Regional participant Houston and followed by perennial power University of Central Florida before we make our way thru the Carolina’s playing 10 games in 9 days on our spring break trip.” Continue reading →
The Commodores open the 2015 slate at home against Santa Clara on February 13 with a three-game series and host non-conference weekend series against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 20-22) and Illinois State (Feb. 27-March 1) before traveling to Los Angeles to play in the Dodgertown Classic. The Dores will play games against USC, UCLA and TCU over the weekend with Sunday’s game against 2014 College World Series participant TCU taking place at Dodger Stadium. Continue reading →