PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Under the direction of head coach Joe Litterio, the Rutgers baseball program announced its 2016 schedule Wednesday. The slate includes 56 games overall, 24 against Big Ten competition and 19 versus teams that qualified for the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
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Ohio State pitcher Zach Farmer passed away on Tuesday after a 15 month battle with leukamania according to the Chillicothe Gazette. Farmer was declared cancer free back this spring and returned to throw out the first pitch in April. His cancer returned in mid July and his doctors couldn’t do much for him.
PITCHER: Evan Hill – Wareham Just three short weeks into the season, it is inspiring to see how much the Cape Cod Baseball League players have already accomplished in a short span of time. Wareham pitcher Evan Hill (Michigan) caught the attention of many, with two standout appearances that earned him Coca-Cola Pitcher of the […]
College Baseball Daily has learned current Illinois assistant coach Spencer Allen will be named the new head coach at Northwestern University. Allen has spent the past season as an assistant coach with the University of Illinois leading them to them to the Super Regionals. Before heading to Champaign, he spent the previous two seasons as an […]
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Maryland head baseball coach John Szefc will serve a two-game NCAA suspension because of his ejection from Sunday’s Big Ten Championship game. Szefc was ejected during the top of the seventh inning by home plate umpire Jim Schaly in Maryland’s 4-3 loss to Michigan.
University of Evansville’s Josh Jyawook absolutely stole a homerun from Indiana’s Craig Dedelow in the video below. Is it the catch of the year?
EVANSTON, Ill. — Northwestern head baseball coach Paul Stevens will retire at the conclusion of the 2015 season after serving the program since 1985, Vice President for Athletics and Recreation Jim Phillips announced Thursday, April 2. Stevens worked as an assistant coach under both Ron Wellman and Larry Cochell from 1985-1987 before taking over as […]