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Greenville Regional- Day 1 Recap

South Carolina won its opener over George Mason, but East Carolina and Binghamton were rained out in the second game Friday in the Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

Lightning and rain interrupted the USC-George Mason for 80 minutes in the seventh inning, then delayed and finally washed out the ECU-Binghamton game. Continue reading

2009 NCAA Regional Preview: Greenville

Ryan Wood and East Carolina host the 2009 Greenville Regional. (East Carolina Photo)
Ryan Wood and East Carolina host the 2009 Greenville Regional. (East Carolina Photo)

East Carolina will host the 2009 Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium.  The first game of the regional will be between the two seed, South Carolina Gamecocks, and the three seed, George Mason Patriots, at 3 p.m. ET on Friday.  The host team and one seed, East Carolina, will then take on Binghamton at 7 p.m ET.

The first elimination game is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, and the winner’s bracket championship will be that night at 6 p.m. ET.  The loser’s bracket championship will be Sunday at 2 p.m. ET with the first championship game to follow that evening at 6 p.m. ET.  If necessary, the decisive game seven will be at 6 p.m. ET on Monday. Continue reading

America East Players of the Week

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– In a rain-shortened weekend for many teams, the University at Albany baseball team was busy completing a four-game sweep of America East foe Maine with help from Player of the Week Gary Pitcheralle (Mechanicville, N.Y./Mechanicville) and Rookie of the Week Zach Kraham (Ghent, N.Y./Chatham), as named today. The sweep soared Albany from a third-place tie to sole possession of second place in the standings. Binghamton hurler Jeff Dennis (North Syracuse, N.Y./Liverpool) kept his team in first place with a dominant performance on the mound down in Baltimore, earning Pitcher of the Week honors. Continue reading

America East Players of the Week

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– America East baseball conference play got underway last weekend between the raindrops, and a trio of players earned league honors to start off the second part of the season. Vermont sophomore shortstop Matt Duffy (Milton, Mass./St. Sebastian’s) proved valuable at the plate to earn Player of the Week recognition. Binghamton lefty pitcher James Giulietti (Plainview, N.Y./Plainview-JFK), another sophomore, received Pitcher of the Week honors, and Albany freshman first baseman Mike Tirri (Lake George, N.Y./Lake George) was named Rookie of the Week. Continue reading

2009 America East Coaches Poll

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.— Last year’s regular season champion, Binghamton University, barely edged out the defending tournament champion, Stony Brook University, to claim the top spot in the 2009 America East Baseball Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Bearcats received four of a possible six votes and garnered 34 points, while the Seawolves claimed the remaining three votes and finished with 33 points. Head coaches were not permitted to vote for their own teams. Continue reading

CBB Interview with Tim Sinicki (Binghamton)

Tim Sinicki (Courtesy of Binghamton University)

The College Baseball Blog recently had a chance to talk to Tim Sinicki of Binghamton University. He is entering his 17th season with the Bearcats. He has seen the program change from a Division III school into a Division 1 member of the America East conference. Coach Sinicki talks about his expectations for the 2009 squad and some of the hottest topics in College Baseball today. Continue reading

2009 America East/Northeast Conference Challenge

Greg Lane

We recently saw the Big East and Big Ten set up an interconference matchups of games in Florida but we recently found out the America East and the Northeast conference will be playing a similar tournament from March 27th-29th. The three teams from the America East conference will visit the Northeast conference members over the three days where they will play single games on Friday and Sunday with a doubleheader on Saturday. Continue reading

Binghamton grabs seven recruits for 2010

Tim Sinicki (Courtesy of Binghamton Media Relations)

VESTAL, N.Y. – Binghamton baseball, the two-time reigning America East regular season champions, has landed seven high school seniors during the early signing period. Signing a National Letter of Intent to play at Binghamton in 2010 are pitchers Jay Lynch (Exton, Pa./East West Chester HS), Joseph Swindells (Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield HS) and Hassan Evans (Brooklyn, N.Y./Xaverian HS), infielders Jordon Smucker (Bird-in-Hand, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite HS) and Joel Stubbs (Norwich, Ontario/Delhi District Secondary School), outfielder Brett Roeske (Lloyd Neck, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor HS) and catcher Jamie Butler (Vestal, N.Y./Vestal). Continue reading

2009 College Baseball Schedule- 7 Added

The CBB has come across seven more schedules for the 2009 College Baseball season. The seven schedules are for Loyola Marymount, Binghamton, Central Michigan, Monmouth, NYIT, Towson, Western Michigan.

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Riverbats win NYCBL Championship in 10 Innings

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. – Championship Series’ Most Valuable Player Ryan Nokelby (Texas Lutheran) plated Jeff Abrams (Binghamton) with a 10th-inning sacrifice fly as the Brockport Riverbats edged the Glens Falls Golden Eagles, 3-2, in 10 innings to win the 2008 New York Collegiate Baseball League championship. The Riverbats won the best-of-three series, two games to one. The title is the first in the five-year history of the franchise. Continue reading