PHILADELPHIA – University of Pennsylvania W. Joseph Blood Head Coach of Baseball John Yurkow has announced the 2015 schedule for the Quakers. Penn is schedule to host 16 home games this spring, including 10 Ivy League games.
Penn’s lineup of games is highlighted by early season trips south, heading to Florida to take on Stetson to begin the season, before traveling to Virginia over spring break to face Old Dominion, Virginia Commonwealth (VCU), and Richmond. Continue reading
The South Carolina baseball team announced today the 2015 schedule that features 36 home games at Carolina Stadium as well as 24 games against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams. The Gamecocks open the season on Friday, Feb. 13, hosting a three-game series vs. College of Charleston.
South Carolina and Clemson will meet in a unique three-game setting for a sixth consecutive year. The series opens at Clemson on Friday, Feb. 27, shifts to the Reedy River Rivalry game at Fluor Field, home of the Greenville Drive, a minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, on Saturday, and concludes at Carolina Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Continue reading
The Northeastern Athletic Department put out a video singing or trying to sing Taylor’s Swift “Shake it Off” including the Northeastern baseball program.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Head coach Grant Achilles of the Brown baseball program has announced the team’s schedule for the upcoming 2015 campaign.
Brown’s 43-game schedule includes a challenging non-conference lineup, games against two teams that participated in the 2014 NCAA Postseason and a full Ivy League slate. Continue reading
The warm, salty Gulf air of Corpus Christi is beginning to cool and the long, sunny days are getting shorter. There’s no more running poles in the 100-degree August heat, and no more grinding thru a seemingly endless revolving door of inter-squad scrimmages. The Blue-Gray Fall World Series is in the books and the Gray team has bragging rights for the next year. The Ders have spent the last four months preparing for the 2015 season, and now the lights of the Dirty Chap have dimmed. Fall practice is over. Continue reading
The fate of two-sport prep star Kyler Murray remains a toss-up at this point, and his story makes for an interesting sidelight as the upcoming college draft approaches. Murray, the top quarterback recruit according to ESPN 300, has verbally committed to play college football for Texas A&M, but is also being touted as a potential first-round pick in the 2015 MLB Draft. Continue reading
BLACKSBURG – A home slate that features 15 games against teams that made the 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship highlights the Virginia Tech baseball 2015 schedule, which has been released today. In all, the Hokies will play 23 games against NCAA teams from a year ago and 38 of their 56 slated for the upcoming season are against teams ranked in the top 100 of last year’s final RPI. Continue reading
Stony Brook, N.Y. – The Stony Brook baseball team, last year’s America East regular season champion and winner of 35 games, unveiled its 2015 schedule, which features early-season matchups with a pair of top 25 programs in Florida and Louisiana-Lafayette, a three-game home series with BIG EAST member Creighton and a 24-game America East slate.
“This schedule is reflective of our program’s philosophy to play as competitive an early non-conference schedule as we can to give ourselves the opportunity to gauge where we are at and where we need to go,” said #Seawolves head coach Matt Senk. “Once we begin playing conference games, along with non-conference games within our region, we look to compete and be successful with our goal of repeating as regular season champions and performing at a high level in postseason tournaments.” Continue reading
FARGO, N.D. – The defending Summit League tournament champion North Dakota State University baseball team announced its 2015 schedule on Thursday, Oct. 16. The 52-game regular season slate includes a pair of contests at Arizona and a home-and-home set with Minnesota.
The Bison open the season Feb. 13-15 with three games in Phoenix, Ariz., against Grand Canyon, Bradley and Omaha, before traveling to Tucson for two games with the Arizona Wildcats on Feb. 17-18. Continue reading