Here are some of the best links from around the nation.
The first article comes from The News and Observer which looks at how NC State knocked off the former Number 1 team North Carolina. The next article looks at the Hendrix College Baseball team which has had one of the best turnarounds in the country over the last few seasons. The next article comes from The Republican which looks at former Amherst coach Bill Thurston’s plans since his career ended last week. The final article also comes from The Republican which looks at the resurgence of the UMass baseball program over the last few weeks. Continue reading →
Here are some of the best links from around the country.
The first article comes from the Charleston Post and Courier which did a feature on Joey Bergman of the College of Charleston. The next article comes from the student paper of Kent State which looks at some of the breakout performances of freshmen with the Flashes baseball team. The Apache Pow Wow (student paper of Tyler Junior College) reports that the baseball team has been kicked out of the conference at the end of the season. The Chronicle in Lewis County Washington is reporting that Centralia College will forfeit three games this weekend due to an altercation with Pierce College. The final article comes from The Advocate in Western Massachusetts which looks at the Amherst and Williams rivalry. Continue reading →
I will check in throughout the year with some interesting links from around the nation. If you know of an interesting article please send it to us by clicking here. We start today off with an article from The Republican (MA) which talks about Amherst baseball coach Bill Thurston who picked up his 800th victory on Thursday with a 15-8 win over Bowdoin College. Continue reading →
I will occasionally check in with some great newspaper articles from around the country. The first article today is from The Republican about Amherst College baseball coach Bill Thurston who currently has 795 wins who is entering his 44th and final season in charge of the program. The next article comes from The Hoya which is a student newspaper for Georgetown who recaps the weekend action for the Hoyas. The final article today comes from The Huntsville Item who stops in and talks with BYU pitcher Jeremy Toole who is transitioning from a junior college to Division 1 baseball. Continue reading →
The Williams and Amherst game on May 3rd will be brodcasted on national tv by ESPN U. The game will take place at historic Wahconah Park in Pittsfield MA. It will be the 150th annivarsary of the first intercollegiate baseball game in the country. Continue reading →