DAYTON, Ohio – The defending Atlantic 10 regular season champion Dayton Flyers have released their 2010 baseball schedule, which includes matchups against a pair of ACC opponents, as well as a number of games against regional rivals.
"Our 2010 Schedule is highlighted with quality teams that will allow us to prepare for our Atlantic 10 schedule," said head coach Tony Vittorio. "We are excited and looking forward to the competition."
The schedule includes games against Horizon League tournament winners Wright State and Bowling Green, who captured the 2009 regular season MAC title.
The defending national champion LSU Tigers have released their 2010 baseball schedule. The Tigers will defend their title with 38 games at Alex Box Stadium, including a 12-game homestand to open the season.
The season kicks off February 19-21 with in-state Centenary traveling to Baton Rouge for a three game set, followed by a mid-week game against the McNeese State Cowboys on February 24. Continue reading LSU Unveils 2010 Schedule→
The NCAA seems to be reconsidering the decision to add a week to the beginning of the 2010 college baseball season. According to an article by the AP, over 100 complaints have come in from teams across the country. I would have to think that many of these complaints came from northern programs which a week added to the season would actually cost their school more money by having to travel down south again. Continue reading NCAA to reconsider scheduling change→
With the 2009 College World Series still in progress, the Southern Illinois Salukis have turned their attention toward the 2010 baseball season. The Salukis finished the 2009 campaign with a disappointing 24-28 overall record and fifth place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference with an 11-9 conference record.