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
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
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
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
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
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – One day after his team officially opened fall practice, University of Miami head baseball coach Jim Morris unveiled the Hurricanes’ 2015 baseball schedule Tuesday.
Miami, the reigning ACC Regular Season Champions, will embark on a 55-game schedule that includes 35 home games inside Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field. The Hurricanes finished the 2014 season with a 44-19 overall record and a 24-6 mark in conference play. Continue reading
THE FLATS – The 2014 ACC Champion Georgia Tech baseball team has released its 2015 schedule, highlighted by 31 home games, a renewal of rivalries versus Auburn, Clemson and Notre Dame, and 23 games against nine teams that reached last year’s NCAA Regional.
The Yellow Jackets’ 56-game slate begins Friday, February 13 versus St. John’s at Russ Chandler Stadium. Tech also welcomes Fordham and Liberty on opening weekend. Continue reading
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State University and the Seminole baseball team announced their schedule for the 2015 season. The Seminoles will open the year with a three-game home stand against Oakland University (Michigan) inside the friendly confines of Dick Howser Stadium on Mike Martin Field, February 13-15.
Eleven teams on this year’s schedule recorded 30 or more wins a season ago. Ten schools finished no lower than third in their respective league standings and five schools earned a bid to participate in the 2014 NCAA Regional, while four teams finished the season ranked in the top 25. Continue reading
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia baseball head coach Brian O’Connor has announced his program’s schedule for the 2015 season. Coming off a trip to the 2014 College World Series Finals, the Cavaliers open their season Feb. 13 with a three-game series at East Carolina and begin their 34-game home schedule on Feb. 17 against VCU.
The schedule is highlighted by 19 games against teams that played in the 2014 postseason, including a three-game series against ACC newcomer Louisville, which advanced to the College World Series last season. The first-ever games between the Cavaliers and Cardinals are slated for April 3-5 at UVa’s Davenport Field. Continue reading
Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com wrote a fantastic article on Florida State quarterback and pitcher Jameis Winston who was suspended for the Clemson football game on Saturday night for a yelling a vulgar phrase in the middle of campus. Doyel details the way that Winston continues to run the campus and not the administrators which includes how he was superseded for only three games from the baseball team after stealing crab legs from a local supermarket. Continue reading