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SEC Recap for March 17th

NCAA Men's Baseball 2009-10

UK vs Wright State

UK wins 11-1 Here is your SEC Recap for March 17th.

LSU 10 Nicholls State 3

BATON ROUGE, La. – A three-run homer by designated hitter Matt Gaudet, along with six shutout innings by the Tigers’ pitching staff lifted No. 3 LSU to a 10-3 victory over Nicholls State Wednesday night in Alex Box Stadium.

The Tigers (14-2) will open conference play Friday when they host SEC rival Arkansas in a three-game series beginning at 7 p.m. in Alex Box Stadium. Friday’s game will be LSU’s first televised game of the season and will air on Cox Sports Television (Cox cable channel 37 in Baton Rouge). LSU defeated Arkansas four times last season, including twice in the College World Series.

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Mitchell resigns at Alabama A&M

AlabamaAM Demetris Mitchell resigned as Alabama A&M head coach on Monday as announced by the athletic department. On Tuesday evening, the bulldogs took on Auburn where they lost by a score of 11-1 and were led by former head coach Jay Martin who left the program after the 2009 season. Martin will also serve as the coach on Wednesday evening when they take on Auburn in the second game of a two game set.

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SEC Recap for March 16th

Here is your SEC Recap for March 16th

FloridaBaseball #3 Georgia Tech 6 Georgia 5

ATLANTA – Jacob Esch drew a bases-loaded walk to break a 5-5 tie in the bottom of the eighth inning, and Andrew Robinson pitched a perfect ninth as the No. 3 Georgia Tech baseball team defeated rival Georgia, 6-5, Tuesday night at Russ Chandler Stadium.

The Yellow Jackets have now won five-straight games at Russ Chandler Stadium against the Bulldogs, and improve to 14-1 on the season. Georgia fell to 8-9 overall with the loss.

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SWAC Tourney moves to Shreveport

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

FairGrounds The 2010 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament will be played at Shreveport, LA’s Fair Grounds Field, Commissioner Duer Sharp announced today.

This year’s tournament will be played May 26-30, with the top four teams in each of the SWAC’s Eastern and Western Divisions qualifying for Conference postseason play.

The SWAC Baseball Tournament returns to Fair Grounds Field for the first time since 2002. The park is home of the Shreveport-Bossier Captains of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball

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Big 12 Weekend Preview (May 15-17)

Alex Wilson and Texas A&M travel to Oklahoma to take on the Sooners this weekend.  (Photo courtesy of Wildmen03 at TexAgs.com)

Alex Wilson and Texas A&M travel to Oklahoma to take on the Sooners this weekend. (Photo courtesy of Wildmen03 at TexAgs.com)

With Texas locking up the Big 12 regular season championship last weekend, it’s a battle for second place in the conference this weekend.  Oklahoma and Texas A&M both sit at 14-10 in conference play, and the two teams face off in Norman this weekend with a potential NCAA host spot on the line.  Kansas and Kansas State face off in a split series, with the first game in Manhattan on Friday and the remaining two games in Lawrence.  Continue reading

ACC Recap for March 24

Here is your ACC Recap for March 24th.

Ohio State 7 #2 Miami (FL) 1

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – A trio of Ohio State pitchers, led by starter and winner Alex Wimmers (now 5-0), one-hit the No. 2 Miami Hurricanes and the Buckeye bats did more than enough to secure a 7-1 victory Tuesday before 1,755 fans at Alex Rodriguez Park. Ohio State, ranked 16th in the Collegiate Baseball poll, improves to 18-3 with the win while Miami, No. 2 in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll, falls to 18-5. Continue reading

2009 College Baseball Schedules-7 Releases

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With the Season starting in a few weeks schools are still releasing and getting their schedule together. We have come across 7 more schedules; Virginia Commonwealth, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Prairie View A&M, Texas Southern, Jackson State, Alabama State, and Alabama A&M. We have all your schedules up top for DIV I,II,III and the NAIA.
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