Florida State quarterback and relief pitcher Jamesis Winston has decided to leave FSU to prepare for the NFL Draft. This is a reversal of his statements last week that he was planning on playing the 2015 baseball season for the Seminoles. Continue reading Jameis Winston set to leave Florida State
DURHAM, N.C. — USA Baseball officially named St. John’s University head coach, Ed Blankmeyer, as the manager for the 2015 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team on Tuesday. Blankmeyer previously served as an assistant coach on the 2010 Collegiate National Team that posted a 16-3 record and captured the silver medal at the FISU World University Baseball Championships in Tokyo, Japan.
“We are thrilled to have Ed lead the Collegiate National Team program in 2015,” said Paul Seiler, USA Baseball’s executive director/CEO. “He has Team USA experience in 2010, as well as an impressive resume in two decades at St. John’s, and, most importantly, a passion for coaching student-athletes to succeed.” Continue reading Ed Blankmeyer named 2015 Collegiate National Team Manager
The Boston College baseball team released the 2015 schedule on Tuesday. The 55-game slate features 10 teams that were in the 2014 NCAA Tournament and 23 home games, including the final six of the regular season.
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DeKALB, Ill. – Mike Kunigonis (KOON-uh-GOHN-iss), a veteran Division I coach who has spent the last seven years on the staff at Virginia Tech, most recently as the Hokies’ Associate Head Coach and Recruiting Coordinator, has been named head coach of the Northern Illinois University baseball program, NIU Associate Vice-President and Director of Athletics Sean T. Frazier announced Monday. Continue reading NIU names Mike Kunigonis as Head Coach
Cal State Northridge recently sat down with Matadors head coach Greg Moore to discuss the culture around the baseball program in the classroom and how that will transfer over to the baseball field. You can check out the full interview below. Continue reading Cal State Northridge improving in the Classroom
When asked who on our team would be interested in blogging for College Baseball Daily, I was quick to jump at the opportunity. My name is Drew Butler (Rockingham, N.C.) and I am a sophomore third basemen from Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C. I am happy to chronicle the journey of a smaller D-1 program beginning to make a name in college baseball. Continue reading 2015 CBD JOURNAL WITH CAMPBELL BASEBALL FOR JAN. 5TH (PART 2)
Hello readers! My name is Coley Thompkins, and I am a senior right-handed pitcher at Campbell University. I am inviting you to follow along as I share my thoughts and experiences throughout the upcoming 2015 season. I’m looking forward to providing an honest and insightful account of the life of the college baseball player and student athlete. Continue reading 2015 CBD Journal with Campbell Baseball for Jan. 5th (Part 1)
Collegiate Baseball News recently released their Division 3 Preseason Poll which is led by Wisconsin-Whitewater in the top spot. Emory, St. Thomas (MN), Linfield, and Cortland State round out the Top 5. You can check out the Top 30 below from the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Continue reading Collegiate Baseball News Division 3 Preseason Poll
LOWELL, Mass. – Highlighted by 22 games at LeLacheur Park and tough road tests against Dallas Baptist and Bryant, UMass Lowell Baseball Head Coach Ken Harring announced the clubs full 2015 schedule on Tuesday.
“The 2015 schedule is challenging from start to finish,” said HarrIng. “In making a schedule, we are looking to challenge the team in tough baseball environments so we are prepared when we play our conference games.” Continue reading UMass-Lowell releases 2015 Schedule