Here is your 2011 NCAA Houston Regional Day 2 Recap.
Baylor 3 Rice 2
HOUSTON – Josh Turley picked a great time to toss the first complete game of his collegiate career. The Baylor sophomore went the distance as the Bears knocked off No. 9 Rice 3-2 on Saturday night at Reckling Park. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Houston Regional: Day 2 Recap
Here is your 2011 NCAA Houston Regional Day 1 Recap.
HOUSTON – Even a season-high 22 hits and double-digit runs by the Rice offense could not overshadow a sensational complete-game pitching effort by Owl senior left-hander Abe Gonzales in the Rice baseball team’s 14-2 victory over Alcorn State in the opening round of the NCAA Regional Friday evening at Reckling Park. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Houston Regional: Day 1 Recap
By: John Lockwood
Runs will be at a premium this weekend, as the opening round of the NCAA Houston Regional gets underway at Reckling Park, in Houston TX. The four teams that comprise the regional are seeded as follows: Continue reading 2011 NCAA Regional Preview: Houston
By: John Lockwood
Conference USA’s second weekend of conference play was marked by impressive performances by the top three teams, with each sweeping their series. Houston (15-14, 3-0) sits atop the standings after a series sweep of Tulane (18-10, 1-5), #28 Southern Miss (22-5, 5-1) is in second after taking all three at UCF (19-9,2-4), and #25 Rice finished the trifecta by blanking Marshall (10-16, 1-5). Elsewhere in conference play UAB (16-11, 4-2) took two from ECU (20-7, 3-3) while Memphis (16-11, 1-2) completed a non-conference sweep of visiting Alcorn St. Continue reading Conference USA Weekend Recap (April 1st-3rd)
By: John Lockwood
CUSA enters its second weekend of conference play with four teams tied for first with 2-1 conference records. Nationally, after last week’s thrashing of Tulane, Southern Miss enters the weekend at #28 while Rice—after dropping its first series ever to UCF—has dropped to #25. Continue reading Conference USA Weekend Preview (April 1st-3rd)
Here is your SEC Recap for April 20th.
#5 LSU 14 Northwestern State 3
SHREVEPORT, La. — Shortstop Austin Nola was a single shy of hitting for the cycle, and the fifth-ranked Tigers pounded 15 hits to top No. 30 Northwestern State, 14-3, Tuesday night at Fair Grounds Field.
The Tigers (31-6) will be back in action Wednesday when they play host to Northwestern State (25-11) in Alex Box Stadium at 6:30 p.m., as the two teams will meet for the second time in two days.
Continue reading SEC Recap for April 20th
Another Tuesday is in the books and as always, it was interesting to see some of the big conference programs drop games to some of the weaker teams.
The UNC baseball program continued to struggle on Tuesday losing a 4-2 decision to Elon. CBB contributor Michael Lemaire wrote an excellent article about how the North Carolina baseball program has been struggling during the first two months of the season. You can check out Michael’s full column by clicking here.
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Here is your SEC Recap for April 6th.
#3 LSU 17 Alcorn State 5
BATON ROUGE, La. - Rightfielder Mikie Mahtook hit for the cycle and the third-ranked Tigers pounded 20 hits as LSU defeated Alcorn State, 17-5, Tuesday night in Alex Box Stadium.
Mahtook became the first Tiger to hit for the cycle since Aaron Hill accomplished the feat on April 5, 2003 against South Carolina. Mahtook went 4-for-4 with five runs scored as he doubled in the first inning, singled in the second, ripped a triple off the wall in the fifth and blasted a two-run dinger in the sixth.
Continue reading SEC Recap for April 6th
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
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
Continue reading SWAC Tourney moves to Shreveport