JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Dec. 5, 2012) – Home series with Penn State, Seton Hall, and Rhode Island, along with a home-and-home with Tennessee and a trip to Chicago highlight the 2013 ETSU baseball schedule as head coach Tony Skole released the Buccaneer slate on Wednesday afternoon. Continue reading →
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The University of North Florida baseball team announced a change with the coaching staff. Former Osprey player Andrew Hannon was promoted from graduate student assistant to volunteer assistant coach. Continue reading →
The Stetson baseball team will be loaded with new faces for the 2013 season, but the schedule the Hatters will face in coach Pete Dunn’s 34th season will be as challenging as ever.
The 22 opponents on the Hatters’ schedule for the spring come from 11 conferences and, as a group, averaged 30 victories during the 2012 season. But, most importantly for a young Stetson team, 38 of the 56 games on the schedule will be played in DeLand at Melching Field. Continue reading →
The road has already gone full circle for Brian Pruitt in his short career as a college baseball coach.
The former Hatters player completed his journey back to the beginning this week when he was named as the new volunteer assistant coach for the Stetson baseball program by head coach Pete Dunn. Continue reading →
Beyond the Box Score, a SB Nation blog, has broken down the CCBL All-Stars using Sabermetrics. Glenn DuPaul was able to calculate weighted on base average and OPS+ but was not able to calculate in park adjustments. He was also able to figure out Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP) and KWERA for the pitchers. Continue reading →
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE Purdue (44-12) ends the 2012 regular season as the #1 Mid-Major. The Boilermakers will make their first NCAA appearance since 1987 and will host (Gary, Indiana) a regional as announced Sunday. Purdue went 3-0 on their way to winning the Big 10 tourney title with a win over Ohio St and two wins over Indiana including a 6-5 win in the title game. Continue reading →
By: Aaron Kirby TCU (35-17) stays at #1 for the 3rd consecutive week. The Horned Frogs went 3-1 on the week, winning 1-0 at Oklahoma Tuesday and winning 2 of 3 vs San Diego St in MWC play. TCU finished the regular season tied for 1st with New Mexico at 18-6 in the MWC. Continue reading →
By: Aaron Kirby TCU (29-16) slides up 2 spots to take over #1 for week 12. The Horned Frogs went 3-1 on the week beating Oklahoma 4-3 Tuesday and winning 2 of 3 vs New Mexico in MWC play. TCU and New Mexico are now tied atop the MWC standings at 13-5 and having split their 6 games. Continue reading →