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Conway Regional Day 3 Recap


East Carolina 16 Alabama 1

CONWAY, S.C. – Junior right-hander Justin Bristow scattered four hits over seven innings and allowed one run and struck out seven as second-seeded East Carolina eliminated third-seeded Alabama from the Conway Regional 16-1 Sunday afternoon at Watson Stadium.

The Pirates (42-20) advance to play top-seed Coastal Carolina at 7 p.m., while the Crimson Tide (35-28) was eliminated from the regional. Continue reading

Conway (SC) Regional Day 2 Recap


East Carolina 9 Columbia 0

CONWAY, S.C. – East Carolina senior pitcher T.J. Hose tossed a four-hit, complete game shutout to lead the Pirates to a 9-0 victory over Columbia in an NCAA Conway Regional elimination game Saturday afternoon.

The Pirates (40-21) will face the loser of tonight’s Alabama-Coastal Carolina game Sunday at 1 p.m. Columbia finished its season with an overall record of 22-30. Continue reading

Conway Regional Day 1 Recap


Coastal Carolina 10 Columbia 2

CONWAY, S.C. – Top-seeded Coastal Carolina scored three runs in the top of the fifth and then added six more in the eighth as the Chanticleers powered their way to a 10-2 victory over fourth-seeded Columbia in the first game of the 2008 NCAA Baseball Conway Regional Friday, May 30 at Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field. With the win, Coastal advances to play the winner of the East Carolina/Alabama game at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 31. Columbia will face the loser of the East Carolina/Alabama game at 1 p.m., on Saturday. Continue reading

2008 CBB Regional Preview: Conway (SC)

The Coastal Carolina baseball squad will be hosting a regional for the second straight year but the difference this season is that the Chanticleers will be the playing at their real home field. They will be joined by East Carolina, Alabama, and Columbia. Coastal Carolina has a record of 47-12 while going 17-3 in the Big South. East Carolina enters with a 40-19 mark while going 13-11 in Conference USA. The Crimson Tide come in with a 34-26 record with a 16-14 record in a tough SEC conference. Columbia enters with a 22-28 record while going 15-5 in the Ivy League. Continue reading