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SoCal Roundup: Conference Tourney Time

The Mountain West and West Coast conference tournaments got underway in Las Vegas and Stockton, Calif. How did the Southern California squads perform in tournament action? Find out…

All that plus the Big West teams in action in their final regular season weekend in this Thursday edition of the Southern California College Baseball Roundup.

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SoCal Roundup: Sweeps Are In For Southernmost Squads

The three teams from furthest south in Southern California each wrapped up series sweeps, but could Pepperdine and UC Riverside do the same? Who came out on top in rubber matches between UCLA/Long Beach State and Cal State Fullerton/UC Davis?

And up on the Central Coast, in a series that had already featured two great games, Cal Poly/UC Santa Barbara’s Sunday matchup was no different. Find out who came out on top.

All that plus a roundup of Sunday’s Southern California college baseball action with photo galleries from the Blue-Green Rivalry and UC Riverside:

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SoCal Roundup: Blue-Green Classic

Long Beach State got a tremendous effort from a hometown kid, but was it enough against UCLA? Could Fullerton bounce back after a late-inning loss late last night? Could LMU and Northridge even their series after dropping Friday night’s matchup?

All that plus a roundup of Saturday’s Southern California college baseball action with photo galleries from the Blue-Green rivalry and UC Riverside coming as well:

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SoCal Roundup: 16 Strikeouts

First (and second) career home runs for one player. A couple of Friday aces facing off get knocked around while another duo throw up zero after zero. One pitcher throws 16 strikeouts and 140 pitches.

All that plus a roundup of Friday’s Southern California college baseball action with photo galleries from UC Riverside and Loyola Marymount:

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Air Force Baseball on the Chopping Block?

AirForceSchedule_thumb.jpgAfter yesterday’s news that the Temple baseball team will not return, news comes out of Colorado Springs that the Air Force Academy atheltic department is facing major budgets cuts for the 2015 fiscal year. The sports that could be cut by the Academy are Baseball, Women’s gymnastics, Men’s lacrosse, and Boxing. Several groups for each sport are rounding up support for their respective program as the news could drop as soon as March 4th. Continue reading

Air Force releases 2014 Schedule

MikeKazlauskyAirForce.jpgUSAF ACADEMY, Colo.- Air Force baseball released its 2014 schedule, announced today by head coach Mike Kazlausky. The 54-game slate features 18 home games. The Falcons will play in nine different states and against four teams that played in the 2013 NCAA Baseball Tournament Regionals.

Air Force is slated to play one of its toughest schedules ever, with the team playing opponents from the Pac 12, Big 10 and Big 12 conferences. The Falcons will play games against Regional qualifiers South Dakota State, New Mexico and San Diego State and Super Regional qualifier Kansas State. Continue reading

Army, Navy, and Air Force Baseball Forced to Shutdown

ArmyBaseball The Army, Navy, and Air Force baseball programs have been forced to stop fall competitions with the federal government shutting down all intercollegiate activities at the service academies. This weekend’s football games between Navy and Air Force and the Army at Boston College are both unlikely to happen unless the government shutdown is resolved in the very near future.


2013 Mountain West Preseason Coaches Poll

MountainWestConference_thumb.jpgCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Defending Mountain West champion New Mexico has been predicted to win its second consecutive regular season MW baseball title in 2013, according to a vote of the six MW head coaches. The Lobos received five first-place votes and 35 points overall. San Diego State received the remaining first-place vote and 26 points to edge out MW newcomers Nevada (23 points) and Fresno State (22 points) for second place. UNLV was picked fifth (13 points), followed by Air Force in sixth (7 points). Continue reading