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ACC Recap for May 1st

Here is your ACC Recap for May 1st.

Florida State 10 Virginia Tech 2

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State (31-12, 16-7 ACC) scored six runs on two outs Friday night in defeating Virginia Tech (27-18, 10-14 ACC) 10-2 on Mike Martin Field inside Dick Howser Stadium. The win pushed the Seminoles’ win streak to a season-best 10 games, while it marked the eighth straight victory over the Hokies. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 1st

ACC Weekend Preview for May 1st-3rd

We enter the final stretch of ACC play as many teams are taking the weekend off for finals or playing out of conference series so we only see Virginia Tech heading to Florida State and Boston College hosting Miami (FL) for the Friday-Sunday series. Clemson and Maryland will play a Saturday through Monday series.The rest of the conference teams are either off or playing in out of conference games. Continue reading ACC Weekend Preview for May 1st-3rd

Recent Releases on 2009-2010 Incoming Class

indianastateThe signing period for next season has started up for College Baseball. There has been several releases from different schools on the incoming classes. Here is a list of some of the releases from today. If you have more please send them to me by clicking here.

Campbell adds Three more for 2010
Zach Gallagher Signs with Indiana State

2009 Campbell Season Preview

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – After a significant turnaround in the 2008 season under, now, second-year head coach Greg Goff, the Fighting Camels are eager for more in 2009. The season begins for the Camels on Friday, Feb. 20, in doubleheader action versus the Aggies of NC A&T. First pitch is slated for 2 p.m. at Taylor Field. Continue reading 2009 Campbell Season Preview

2009 Atlantic Sun Preseason Poll

MACON, Ga. – In each of its first three years in the Atlantic Sun, Kennesaw State has improved its standing and on the heels of its runner-up finish in 2008, the A-Sun coaches have installed the Owls as the preseason favorite, the conference office announced on Thursday.

Led by the Preseason Pitcher of the Year, Kyle Heckathorn, the Owls received six of the 11 first-place votes outdistancing themselves from a bunched pack of Lipscomb, the 2008 conference champion, FGCU, the 2008 regular-season champion and Stetson. Lipscomb earned three first-place votes, FGCU and Jacksonville, slotted fifth, split the remaining two votes. Continue reading 2009 Atlantic Sun Preseason Poll

College Baseball Schedules-12/18


With opening season just a couple of months away we are still in the process of gathering all the 2009 Schedules coming season. One of our loyal readers have sent us 12 more for today. The following teams are featured below: Florida Atlantic, George Washington, Florida A&M, Gonzaga, Iona, Jacksonville State, UMass, Army, Morehead State, Rhode Island, Maryland, and Campbell.

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College Baseball Early Signing Period Continues

Head coach John Cohen announced three more Diamond Dog signees Monday.
Head coach John Cohen announced three more Diamond Dog signees Monday.


Mississippi State has reached into Alabama, Georgia and Texas for its latest signees of the 2008-09 college baseball recruiting campaign.

Joining the initial Bulldog recruiting class of first-year MSU skipper John Cohen are left-handed pitcher Matt Lane of Marietta, Ga. (Pope High School), outfielder Jaron Shepherd of Kilgore, Texas (Kilgore High School/Navarro College) and shortstop Nick Vickerson of Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Hillcrest High School/Florida State/Shelton State).
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College Baseball News and Notes 08/21/08

Brandon Anderson
Brandon Anderson


Brandon Anderson Named Assistant Baseball Coach At Temple

PHILADELPHIA – Brandon Anderson, an All-American and professional baseball player who played two seasons at Gloucester County College under current Temple head coach Rob Valli, has been named an assistant baseball coach for the Owls. Anderson is currently in his second season playing professional baseball for the Kalamazoo Kings of the Frontier League.

“Brandon has always been an extremely talented and highly motivated student of the game, so his transition from player to coach should be easy,” Valli said. “He will be an excellent coach and role model for our team.”

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ACC Recap for May 6th


UNC 9 North Florida 2

CARY, N.C. – Left fielder Kyle Shelton doubled three times and drove in two runs and third baseman Chad Flack reached the 200-RBI mark for his career to lead No. 2 North Carolina to a 9-2 win over North Florida Tuesday at Cary’s USA Baseball National Training Complex. The Tar Heels (39-8) held the Ospreys (26-21) to just four hits en route to their 14th win in the last 15 games. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 6th

ACC Recap for May 2nd


Miami (FL) 10 St. Mary’s 6

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Junior second baseman Jemile Weeks set a new school record with his 18th career triple and freshman lefty Chris Hernandez won for the eighth time as No. 1 Miami won its 11th straight Friday night game with a 10-2 win over St. Mary’s (Calif.) in the first of a three game nonconference series at Mark Light Field. Weeks, Yonder Alonso, Dennis Raben and Adan Severino combined to go 9-for-14 with six RBI and eight runs scored as Miami (37-5) scored at least 10 runs for the 19th time season. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 2nd