LHP Scott Crook pitched a complete seven-inning game, and held defending NAIA champion Lubbock Christian to one run on six hits to salvage a 5-1 win in the nightcap of a double-header in San Angelo, TX.
It was Crook’s first appearance for the Rams, ranked #10 in Division II by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. (#16 by Ping! Baseball, and #18 by Collegiate Baseball.) He transferred from Tarleton State this year. Continue reading →
AUSTIN, Texas – The St. Edward’s baseball team took a one-run lead into the top of the ninth inning but they could not hang onto the lead and fell to #12 Angelo State, 11-5, Tuesday afternoon at Lucian-Hamilton Field.
St. Edward’s (12-10) got on the board early in this bout with Angelo State (17-7). Center fielder Dylan Schuch led off the game with a single up the middle and then came around to score on a sacrifice fly from designated hitter Daniel Rufini. Continue reading →
Junior Trey Carter’s grand slam home run in the bottom of the seventh propelled the Angelo State baseball team (5-4, 1-1 LSC) to an 8-4 win over Southeastern Oklahoma State (4-1, 1-1 LSC) in game two of the double header and earning a split for the Rams after ASU had dropped the opener, 3-2, to the Savage Storm. Continue reading →
SAN ANGELO, Texas – A five-run first, combined with a two-run double by Derek Dibbens in the sixth, was the difference as the ninth-ranked Ouachita Baptist University baseball team took the rubber game of a three-game series Monday afternoon, 7-4, against No. 18 Angelo State at Foster Field.
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– The ninth-ranked Ouachita Baptist University baseball team was on the verge of a doubleheader sweep of No. 18 Angelo State, but after taking the opening game, 8-4, the Tigers surrendered four runs in the final inning of the second game to fall to the Rams, 8-7, Sunday afternoon at Foster Field. Continue reading →
With only 11 returning players for the 2009 season, the Angelo State baseball team will be a prime illustration of the old saying, “You can’t tell the players without a program.”
Head Coach Kevin Brooks enters his fifth season with the Rams and will depend on a veteran pitching staff to lift his team into the postseason for a fourth straight year. Six of the 11 returners from the 2008 squad are pitchers, four of them with all-Lone Star Conference selections on their resumés. Continue reading →
- Marshall University baseball head coach Jeff Waggoner recently announced the addition of left-handed pitcher Benjamin Frith, who signed an NLI to play for the Thundering Herd in the 2009 season. FULL STORY