NOTRE DAME, Ind. – After playing only six games at the friendly confines of Frank Eck Stadium last season due to FieldTurf installation, the University of Notre Dame baseball team is returning home in a big way in 2015 with a monster home slate that features Atlantic Coast Conference series against four 2014 NCAA Tournament teams including College World Series participants Louisville and Virginia.
The Boston College baseball program practices during the brutal New England winters at Alumni Stadium which is the home of the BC football program. The school puts a bubble over the field allowing a bunch of teams the oppurtunity to practice in a controlled environment. You can check out the time lapsed video below of the facility going up. Continue reading Boston College puts up Alumni Stadium Bubble
BLACKSBURG – On Thursday morning, December 4, the Virginia Tech baseball team, in conjunction with its 19 Ways campaign, served host to its second annual Military Appreciation Breakfast held in Lane Stadium.
Organized by the Tech staff with Colonel Dave Miller, Ph.D., and Major Carrie Cox, more than 50 members of the military arrived on campus for a tour of the stadium and then headed to the sixth floor dining area to be served breakfast by members of the Hokies’ baseball team. Continue reading Virginia Tech hosts Military Appreciation Breakfast
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – With its debut season in the Atlantic Coast Conference on the horizon, the University of Louisville baseball program released its 2015 schedule on Thursday, highlighted by 28 of 56 games against programs in last year’s NCAA Championship.
Among the most challenging schedules in school history, the Cardinals will follow back-to-back College World Series seasons with a 33-game home slate in 2015 featuring perennial ACC leaders Florida State, Miami and Georgia Tech as well as non-conference matchups against Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and Kentucky. Overall, Louisville will play six games against 2014 CWS clubs with a three-game series at national runner-up Virginia, a two-game home set with Ole Miss and a midweek home contest against reigning NCAA champion Vanderbilt in the annual Battle of the Barrel. Continue reading Louisville releases 2015 Schedule
Wake Forest will again play a challenging schedule with six opponents that played in the NCAA Tournament last season.
The Deacons open the season at home with four-straight home games with the home opener on Feb. 13 against Delaware. Wake Forest will host 2014 NCAA Tournament participant Bucknell that weekend on Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m. before facing VCU later that afternoon. Continue reading Wake Forest releases 2015 Schedule
DURHAM, N.C. – Duke baseball head coach Chris Pollard has announced the Blue Devils’ 2015 schedule as the team is set for 56 regular season games in its third season under Pollard’s guidance. Continue reading Duke releases 2015 Schedule
BLACKSBURG – A home slate that features 15 games against teams that made the 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship highlights the Virginia Tech baseball 2015 schedule, which has been released today. In all, the Hokies will play 23 games against NCAA teams from a year ago and 38 of their 56 slated for the upcoming season are against teams ranked in the top 100 of last year’s final RPI. Continue reading Virginia Tech releases 2015 Schedule
The Panther’s opponents include seven teams that appeared in the 2014 College World Series (Florida State, Virginia, Miami, North Carolina, Georgia Tech, Kent State, and Youngstown State). Of those, five are Atlantic Coast Conference opponents–four of which join Pitt in the conference’s Coastal Division. Continue reading Pitt releases 2015 Schedule
UPDATED at 8pm on October 23rd 2014
Yesterday, it came out that North Carolina’s baseball program was involved with the paper classes scandal that has affected the basketball and football program in the Waintstein Report. In the report, it is clearly stated that the UNC baseball coaching staff had no knowledge of the scandal in the Waintstein report which says the following about the coaching staff’s knowledge. Continue reading North Carolina’s Mike Fox knew about Paper Classes
The ongoing academic scandal with the North Carolina Athletic Department has focused on the basketball and football program. It revolves around a lack of oversight with Department of African and Afro-American Studies administrator Deborah Crowder and former chairman Julius Nyang’oro to create so-called “paper classes” which allowed student-athletes and other students to take sham classes. Continue reading UNC releases Waintstein Report includes Baseball Allegations