FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Marshall University baseball team visited the Cabell Huntington Hospital on Wednesday, Nov. 18 as an outreach to the community. The MU players and coaching staff visited numerous children at the hospital that were fighting against various illnesses. The team handed out autographed baseballs in hopes to brighten […]
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FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE LAFAYETTE – University of Louisiana student-athletes from all sports will be participating in a bus tour to promote literacy and give back to their former elementary schools on November 16 and 17, 2009. While riding on the Ragin’ Cajuns-wrapped Calco bus, student-athletes will be visiting elementary schools in the Acadiana area […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE DOVER, Del. (November 4, 2009) — On Monday, November 2, the Delaware State Baseball continued DSU’s commitment to the local community when the team visited the Campus Community School. The team spent the afternoon, spending time with first-grade students, talking about baseball and reading to one another. The Hornets began the […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Quinnipiac University baseball and tennis team’s visited the Fair Haven School in New Haven, Conn. to read to several groups of young students. Quinnipiac assistant athletic director of academic support Lyneene Richardson coordinated the event, while tennis head coach Mike Quitko, baseball head coach Dan Gooley […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE FRESNO, Calif. – The Fresno State baseball team is busy this off season with practice, weights, school and community service. The Bulldogs spent a couple hours after practice on Oct. 23 reading with students at Kratt Elementary.
The Rhode Island Rams baseball program recently took part in the Walk Now for Autism Event at Colt State Park in Bristol, Rhode Island. The baseball program has a special connection to Autism as head coach Jim Foster’s daughter Delaney is affected by the disease. The team was some of the over 3,000 walkers who […]
First-year New Orleans baseball coach Bruce Peddie recently participated in a charity event for breast cancer by getting put in jail until bail was posted. You can check out the full press release about the event below.