West Hartford, CT – University of Hartford baseball coach Jeff Calcaterra announced the addition of five student-athletes who will join the baseball program in the fall of 2009. All five incoming players signed National Letters of Intent on the first day of the signing period November 12th.
This year’s recruiting effort has once again broadened the scope of the baseball teams’ demographics by adding a player from Connecticut and the four surrounding states. Wearing the red and white for the 2010 season will be Andrew Barry (Boxford, MA), Tyler Corsi (Cranston, RI), Vincent Fiore (Brooklyn, NY), Anthony Mannuccia (Danbury, CT), and Brian Rice (Cherry Hill, NJ). Continue reading Hartford grabs Five for 2010→
The University of Hartford baseball team and head coach Jeff Calcaterra announced the 2009 schedule on Thursday. The Hawks’ 56-game regular season slate includes 29 home dates at the Hartford Baseball Field in West Hartford and two spring trips, which includes games in New Mexico and Florida. Continue reading Hartford 2009 Schedule Released→
Construction began today to install turf on the University of Maine’s Mahaney Diamond. A similar infill field turf that was placed on Morse Field and Mahaney Dome will be installed. Sargent Corporation is currently doing earthwork to prepare the surface for Northeast Turf. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Continue reading Construction Begins on Mahaney Diamond→
Rick McCarty Joins Redhawks Baseball Coaching Staff
Southeast Missouri State head baseball coach Mark Hogan announced today that Rick McCarty will join the Redhawks coaching staff as the new pitching coach in the 2008-09 season. McCarty has five years of previous coaching experience, all coming at NCAA Division II Delta State University. FULL STORY Continue reading College Baseball News and Notes 08/18→
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. – Championship Series’ Most Valuable Player Ryan Nokelby (Texas Lutheran) plated Jeff Abrams (Binghamton) with a 10th-inning sacrifice fly as the Brockport Riverbats edged the Glens Falls Golden Eagles, 3-2, in 10 innings to win the 2008 New York Collegiate Baseball League championship. The Riverbats won the best-of-three series, two games to one. The title is the first in the five-year history of the franchise. Continue reading Riverbats win NYCBL Championship in 10 Innings→
(Tempe, AZ) – Who Is Mike Jones?The Arizona State version of Mike Jones is now the answer to a trivia question.A three run home run over the right field wall in the sixth inning complimented a couple of great catches in center field on Saturday night.But the question is, name several Arizona State athletes who have hit both a home run and caught a touchdown pass for the Sun Devils?[Thanks for the question TerryLee]
Aaron Baker looked great for Oklahoma with two home runs on the night.However the entire rest of the Sooners roster were only half as effective as Baker, with just the one other run between them all.
Unfortunately Carl Spackler has no “Cinderella story” left here in Tempe.After an inspirational performance on Friday night the Stony Brook Seawolves were eliminated during the day game.Head coach Matt Senk was quoted stating “Arizona State and Vanderbilt are tremendous teams and it was an honor to compete against them.”Well coach Senk, it was an honor to watch your team play.Your players and fans represented the America East conference well.Not Masters champions this year, but maybe you can pull off the miracle next year. [Caddyshack 1980]
(Tempe, AZ) – Mike Minor pitched eight solid innings and Vanderbilt pounded out 16 hits in a 9-4 win over Stony Brook in the elimination game of the NCAA Tempe Regional Saturday afternoon at Packard Stadium.
The Commodores (41-21) will face the loser of tonight’s Oklahoma-Arizona State contest tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. CT/1 p.m. MT. The Seawolves season ended with a 34-26 record.
Minor gave up four runs on seven hits in eight innings with seven strikeouts and one walk to improve to 7-3 on the year.
“The game was predicated on the start of Mike Minor,” said Vanderbilt head coach Tim Corbin. “To go deep into a ball game, especially after we lost the first game and have to play five games to win it. We needed a starting pitcher to go deep and he did. It was a hot day obviously and he threw a lot of strikes. [He had] one tough inning, but it wasn’t all his fault. He overcame it and pitched a very solid eighth. I think it stops and ends with him.”