Wofford releases 2015 Schedule

WoffordScheduleReleases_thumb.jpgSPARTANBURG, SC – Wofford College announced the 2015 baseball schedule today, with 24 of the first 28 games of the season at home. A two-game road series against defending national champion Vanderbilt and trips to Clemson and South Carolina are also on the slate for head coach Todd Interdonato and his squad.

Last season, Wofford set the school record for wins with 32. The team also secured a winning record for the first time since 1992 and reached the semifinals of the Southern Conference Tournament for only the second time in school history. Continue reading

Arizona releases 2015 Schedule

RileyMooreArizonaBaseballFeaturedTUCSON, Ariz. – The University of Arizona baseball program has announced its 2015 baseball schedule with a slate of 35 games to be played at Hi Corbett Field along with 20 road contests. All opponents are confirmed, but exact dates and times are subject to change pending the Pac-12 Conference and its television partners selecting broadcasts later this fall.

The season begins with a 10-game homestand at Hi Corbett Field, beginning with a three-game set against Eastern Michigan (Feb. 13-15). A 30-game Pac-12 Conference schedule begins a month later in Tucson against Utah (March 13-15), and the regular season schedule concludes against Abilene Christian (May 22-24) as Arizona once again draws its conference bye week at the end of May. Continue reading

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Get to know Indiana assistant Kyle Cheesebrough

Indiana Baseball is doing a series of interviews with the newcomers to the IU baseball family. The first interview is with Kyle Cheesebrough who comes to Bloomington after serving as an assistant with Louisville in the past with head coach Chris Lemonis on the staff also. You can check out the full interview below. Continue reading

Nebraska releases 2015 Schedule

DarinErstadSmallLincoln – Coming off a 41-win season and a trip to the NCAA Tournament, Head Coach Darin Erstad will continue to challenge the Nebraska baseball team in 2015 as it works to reach its ultimate goal of playing in Omaha at the College World Series.

The Huskers are set to play 56 games in 2015, including 27 games at Hawks Field. The Huskers will play 15 games against teams that qualified for the 2014 NCAA Tournament, including a Big Ten road series at Super Regional qualifier Maryland and a three-game home series against College World Series qualifier Texas. Continue reading