The NCAA recently released the 2014 NCAA Division I Intercollegiate Athletics Programs Report. Here are some of the key figures from the reports. These are the Median Numbers for the FBS, FCS, and Non-Football Schools for the 2013 fiscal year. Continue reading
College Baseball Daily has learned that San Diego State will announce later today that Executive Head Coach Mark Martinez will be named the head coach of the Aztec program. Martinez will take over the Aztec program after the death of former head coach Tony Gwynn. Continue reading
IRVINE, Calif. — The UC Irvine Baseball team will renew old acquaintances and also faces a pair of first-time opponents in 2015.
Coming off an NCAA postseason run that culminated in a College World Series appearance, the Anteaters open the season as they did in 2014. UCI takes on Fresno State (Feb. 13-15) in the season opener for the second consecutive year but will travel to the Bulldogs’ home field. The weekend against Fresno State will be followed by a trip to California, where UCI will face the Golden Bears (Feb. 20-22) in four games which includes a double-header slated for Feb. 21. Continue reading
Yes Network reporters Bob Lorenz and Jack Curry discussed the Cape Cod Baseball League and highlighted former CCBL players on the Yankees’ active roster with a recent feature on the league. Continue reading
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