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Top 100 Countdown: 90. Jordan Hankins (Austin Peay State)

College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2013 college baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.

Number 90 on our Top 100 Countdown is Austin Peay State’s Jordan Hankins. The 5’10 second baseman/catcher from Wentzville, Missouri was a member of the Team USA Collegiate National Team over the summer of 2012. Continue reading Top 100 Countdown: 90. Jordan Hankins (Austin Peay State)

2012 Preseason Ohio Valley Conference Poll and Preseason Team

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — After winning the Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament championships a year ago, Austin Peay has been tabbed the 2012 preseason favorite for the 10-team league in a vote of OVC head baseball coaches. In additional voting Southeast Missouri State All-American senior third baseman Trenton Moses was named OVC Preseason Player of the Year while Jacksonville State senior closer Todd Hornsby was tabbed OVC Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Continue reading 2012 Preseason Ohio Valley Conference Poll and Preseason Team

Austin Peay releases 2012 Schedule

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CLARKSVILLE -Austin Peay State University’s baseball team, the defending Ohio Valley Conference regular-season and tournament champions, announced its 2012 schedule, Thursday. The 56-game slate is highlighted by a 28-game home schedule and road contests at Ohio State and Tennessee. Continue reading Austin Peay releases 2012 Schedule

2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 3 Recap

By: Nolan Ryan Alexander

Georgia Tech 12 Austin Peay 2

After losing to Austin Peay on Friday, Georgia Tech took offense to the tough pitching of Jack Snodgrass for the Governors. The victim to the hungry Jackets was Zach Toney. Tech scored three early and never looked back to roll 12-2 over fourth seeded Austin Peay (34-24). Toney (6-3) lasted only 2.1 innings with five earned runs. Ryne Harper also gave up five earned but threw 4.1 innings. Tech totaled 18 hits on the afternoon to stave off elimination. The fireworks of Georgia Tech’s offense was highlighted by four homeruns. Daniel Palka, Matt Skole, Jake Davies, and Zane Evans all left the yard. Skole went 3-4 on the day and was a triple away from the cycle.Tech emptied the bench as the game neared an end to give the starters some extra rest for the following contest with Mississippi State. One starter who remained in the game though was Buck Farmer who earned his 11th win of the season and finished hte year 11-3. Farmer threw a complete game allowing just five hits and one earned run. He struck out nine and walked two on 121 pitches. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 3 Recap

2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 2 Recap

By: Nolan Ryan Alexander

Georgia Tech 6 Southern Mississippi 2

A battle between two struggling offenses resulted in a second inning offensive awakening for the Georgia Tech bats as the Yellow Jackets (41-20) defeated Southern Miss (39-18) by a 6-2 margin. Tech scored all the runs in would need in the bottom of the second when Daniel Palka began the inning with a home run to right. His solo shot was the first of four straight hits for the Jackets. Brandon Thomas cleared the bases with a three run homer to left to give Tech a 5-0 lead. The Jackets poked across another run in the third on a RBI single by shortstop Jacob Esch. It took 32 innings for Southern Mississippi to hit the scoreboard when the Golden Eagles ended their scoreless streak on a RBI groundout from B.A. Vollmuth and a sacrifice fly by Ashley Graeter in the eith inning. Tech was backed by a solid outing from starter Jed Bradley (7-3) who gave up eight hits and retired four on strikes to give Tech all the room it would need to easily pass USM. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 2 Recap

CBD Quick Hits for June 3rd

College Baseball Daily throughout the season will be providing our Quick Hits on games throughout the country. Special thanks to William Knox and Mark Rafferty for contributing to this report. As always, follow us on Twitter @CB_Daily for instant reaction and the best up to minute coverage on college baseball in the country. We also have a Facebook page which can be joined by clicking here. Continue reading CBD Quick Hits for June 3rd

2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 1 Recap

By: Nolan Alexander

Mississippi State 3 Southern Miss 0

Luis Pollorena and Caleb Reed worked together to give 3rd seeded Mississippi State an eight-hit shutout of 2nd seed Southern Miss in the 3-0 win for the Bulldogs to open the Atlanta regional. Facing Southern Miss for the second time this season, MSU starter Luis Pollorena (7-5) pulled off an even more impressive performance this time around by pitching six innings giving up five hits, 3 walks, and 3 strikeouts. Caleb Reed earned his 12th save of the season through three innings of three hit baseball throwing in four strikeouts and a walk. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Atlanta Regional: Day 1 Recap

2011 NCAA Regional Preview: Georgia Tech

By: Nolan Alexander
Filled with four teams scattered across the Southeast, the Atlanta Regional features the ACC regular season co-champion in Georgia Tech, a solid Southern Mississippi squad that earned a share of the Conference USA regular season title, a Mississippi State ball club that finished second in the SEC West, and Ohio Valley Conference champion Austin Peay. The double-elimination regional will open when Southern Mississippi,the second seed, takes on the three seed Mississippi State at 3 PM ET Friday. First seed Georgia Tech battles the fourth seed Governors of Austin Peay in the second game on Friday at 7 PM ET. The winner of the Atlanta regional is pitted against the victor of the Gainesville regional. Continue reading 2011 NCAA Regional Preview: Georgia Tech

Ohio Valley Conference to play Fridays-Sundays in 2012

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – The Ohio Valley Conference has announced a change to the format of its Conference regular season series for baseball starting with the 2012 season.

Currently the OVC plays a three-game series spread over two days, with the teams playing a doubleheader on Saturday (with one of those games being a 7-inning game, the other a 9-inning affair) and a single 9-inning game on Sunday. Continue reading Ohio Valley Conference to play Fridays-Sundays in 2012