OMAHA, Neb. – The Creighton baseball team announced its 2015 schedule, featuring 27 home games on Friday, Oct. 10. In addition the Bluejays will host the 2015 BIG EAST Tournament in late May.
Creighton opens 2015 with a little coast-to-coast travel, playing at Cal State Bakersfield (Feb. 13-15) then to Louisiana for back-to-back series at Northwestern State (Feb. 20-22) and at Tulane (Feb. 27 – March 1).
The home schedule begins on March 6-8 as Creighton welcomes Minnesota for a three game stretch. Continue reading Creighton Baseball releases 2015 Schedule
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NEW YORK, N.Y. – Creighton, one of three conference newcomers this season, is the narrow favorite in BIG EAST baseball in 2014, according to the coaches poll announced on Thursday. The Bluejays claimed a poll-topping 32 points with two first-place votes, edging out Seton Hall and St. John’s for No. 1.
There was more good news for Creighton, as a league-high four players earned Preseason All-BIG EAST honors. Among them were senior outfielder Mike Gerber, who was named the Preseason Player of the Year, and sophomore hurler Tommy Strunc, who picked up Preseason Pitcher of the Year accolades. Continue reading 2014 Big East Preseason Conference Poll
Here is your Day 1 Recap from the 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.
Game 1: Indiana State 4 Creighton 3
NORMAL, Ill. – In game one of the 2013 MVC Baseball Championship, No. 6 Indiana State took down No. 3 Creighton, 4-3 from Duffy Bass Field in Normal, Ill. The Sycamores will face the winner of the Wichita State/Southern Illinois contest, while the Bluejays will take on the non-winner of the Shockers/Salukis game.
Junior Sean Manaea was set to start the game for Indiana State, but was lifted from the game after feeling tightness in his left shoulder when throwing warmup pitches in the bottom of the first inning. Junior Josh Negele (3-1) went on the start the game for the Sycamores, tossing a career-high 5.1 innings while allowing seven hits and one run with four strikeouts. Continue reading Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Day 1 Recap
An exciting weekend of Missouri Valley conference play is in the books as each series saw it’s teams square off in closely contested match-ups. Perhaps the most exciting was Missouri State and Illinois State’s Friday night opener, in which starters Nick Petree and Chris Razo exchanged strike-outs down the stretch before Petree was ultimately handed his first loss of the season. Perhaps the most controversial was Creighton’s opening game win over Bradley which saw a critical play at the plate, and a not completely unexpected ejection thereafter. Southern Illinois and Evansville saw their own pitchers’ duel on Friday night as starters Kyle Freeland and Cody Forsythe both went nine innings in a finish that would need extras to decide it. Meanwhile, Indiana State rescued a sweep at the hands of Wichita State after Sean Manaea, who was scratched from his Friday start, was able to pick up the win on Sunday. Continue reading Missouri Valley Conference Recap April 5th-7th
The start of Missouri Valley Conference play was marked as it always seems to be: with a winter snow storm. All the teams in the Valley rushed to finish their series before Sunday (with the notable exception of Wichita State who had the fortune of playing in Hawaii—and ironically had Sunday’s game rained out). In the first weekend of conference play, Creighton took two of three on the road at Evansville, while Indiana State proved they will be a tough team to beat this season by taking all three from visiting Southern Illinois. Out of conference, Illinois State dropped their series to Eastern Illinois, Bradley lost their two games against Dartmouth in Florida, and although their basketball team is on a tear this March, the Wichita State baseball team struggled through their road series at Hawaii, picking up just one win in their four game series. Missouri State had the weekend off. Continue reading Missouri Valley Conference Weekend Recap (March 22nd-24th)
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ST. LOUIS – Missouri State, which returns a dominating young pitching staff and a wealth of depth from last year’s squad, has been tabbed as the league favorite in the annual coaches’ preseason poll, receiving six of eight first-place votes. Continue reading 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Preseason Coaches Poll and Teams
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OMAHA, Neb. – Keyed by 10 games against teams in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Creighton head coach Ed Servais announced the Bluejays 2013 baseball schedule on Thursday, Oct. 25.
Creighton opens the season with 15 on the road beginning with a three game series at Dallas Baptist (Feb. 15-17). The Patriots finished their season at 41-18 and will be joining the Missouri Valley Conference in 2014. Continue reading Creighton releases 2013 Schedule
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OMAHA, Neb. – Creighton baseball head coach Ed Servais has announced the hiring of a pair of new assistant coaches, both who bring a wealth of baseball knowledge and a background intertwined in the Creighton program. Spencer Allen returns to the Bluejay staff following a six year hiatus, while Tom Lipari returns to his native Omaha after stints in four other coaching positions. Continue reading Creighton adds Two New Assistant Coaches
In June of 2011, perennial baseball power Dallas Baptist University was granted a provisional season with the Missouri Valley Conference. In essence a year-long test run, the MVC was then planning to vote on DBU’s membership after the duration of the season in May of 2012. While the movement to bring DBU—who made it all the way to the Super-Regionals last season before falling to Cal—was seen as an effort to boost the MVC’s power ranking, it was also met by skepticism from some MVC teams citing travel time and costs as concerns. As a result, the Patriots were offered the provisional membership rather than acceptance in to the conference. Continue reading 2012 CBD Season Preview: Missouri Valley Conference
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ST. LOUIS – Missouri State, which returns a dominating young pitching staff and a wealth of depth from last year’s squad, has been tabbed as the league favorite in the annual coaches’ preseason poll, receiving five of eight first-place votes. Continue reading 2012 Missouri Valley Conference Preseason Coaches Poll