A new season of CAA baseball is already underway, with every team except James Madison and Northeastern having played thus far.
The conference had adopted a new playoff format as a way to cut costs, reducing the number of playoff teams from six to four, which is a shame since only two teams went into the final weekend last season having locked up playoff spots. Continue reading 2010 CAA Preview
CollegeBaseballToday’s Eric Sorenson starts his new weekly segment called “From the Cave” where he previews the 2010 season. As usual, Sorenson does an excellent job talking about the entire country and you can check out the video below.
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The College Baseball Blog continues our series of conference previews today with the SEC Western Division. LSU and Ole Miss tied for the Division Title with identical 20-10 records. Alabama finished in third place at 18-11. Arkansas finished at 14-15 to come in fourth place while Auburn (11-19) and Mississippi State (9-20) finished in fifth and sixth place respectively. You can check out our SEC Eastern Division preview by clicking here. Continue reading CBB 2010 Season Preview: SEC Western Division
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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The first month of the New Year is almost officially in the books and that could only mean one thing; the college baseball season is right around the corner. The Lehigh baseball team will officially kick off practice January 29 in preparation for its season opener on February 26. The Mountain Hawks return several players from last season and everyone is excited to get back to work.
“There is a long layover after the winter break until we start practicing,” senior Ken Longernecker said. “The first day of practice is always fun and as a whole I expect the intensity level to be very high. Everyone is really excited and I expect a real positive atmosphere.”
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Following a season that once again concluded in Omaha, Neb., at the College World Series, Cal State Fullerton was selected to capture the 2010 Big West Baseball Championship, a title they lost to UC Irvine last season, according to the Big West Conference preseason poll conducted by the league’s nine head coaches. The Titans, who have claimed at least a share of seven of the last 11 titles and a conference-best 14, nabbed seven first-place votes for a total of 79 points and were followed by defending conference championship UC Irvine, who picked up two first-place votes en route to a 71 point total. Rounding out the top three were the Cal Poly Mustangs, sitting third with 60 points.
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The College Baseball Blog continues our series of Conference Previews today with the SEC’s Eastern Division. Florida won the division last year with a 19-11 record while South Carolina finished in second place with a 17-13 record. Georgia finished in third place with a 15-15 record while Vanderbilt finished 12-17 to grab the final spot in the SEC Tournament. Both Kentucky and Tennessee missed the SEC Tournament in 2009 after finishing with 12-18 and 11-19 records. We will be previewing the other division of the SEC in the coming days. Continue reading CBB 2010 Season Preview: SEC East Division
Cal-State Fullerton Media Relations recently sat down with head coach Dave Serrano to preview the 2010 season. The Titans last year finished with a 47-16 record and a 17-7 record in Big West Conference play. The Titans won the Fullerton Regional by going a perfect 3-0 before sweeping Louisville in the Super Regional round to make it to the College World Series. In Omaha, Fullerton had two disappointing games losing to Arkansas 10-6 and Virginia 7-5 which ended the season. You can check out the the full video interview below.
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The College Baseball Blog continues our 2010 Season Previews with the ACC Atlantic Division. The Florida State Seminoles won the division last year with a 19-9 record while Clemson finished in second place with a 19-11 record. Boston College finished in third place with a 13-15 record while Maryland and NC State tied for fourth place with 10-20 records. Wake Forest finished in last place with a 6-24 record. You can check out our Coastal Division preview which was posted yesterday by clicking here.
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The College Baseball Blog kicks off our 2010 Season Previews with the ACC Coastal Division. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the division title in the 2009 season by going 19-10 while Georgia Tech finished in second place with a 17-10-1 record. Miami (FL) came in third with a 18-12 record while Virginia finished in fourth at 16-11-1. Duke finished in fifth place at 15-15 while Virginia Tech finished in last place with a 12-17 record.
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The Western Kentucky Media Relations department has put together a series of articles called “Ten About ‘10.” The articles preview the 2010 season and discuss some of the facility improvements that the Hilltoppers field has undergone during the offseason. Western Kentucky lost the Regional final last season to Ole Miss in a great regional in Oxford. You can check them out by clicking on the respective link for the full article.
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