FROM ABCA RELEASE
OMAHA, Neb. – The American Baseball Coaches Association announced the ABCA/Rawlings Sporting Goods All-American teams on Wednesday, June 17.
Among the First Team honorees are six players participating in this year’s College World Series including Arizona State starting pitcher Mike Leake, LSU starting pitcher Louis Coleman, Arizona State catcher Carlos Ramirez, UNC first baseman Dustin Ackley, ASU outfielder Jason Kipnis and Virginia utility player Danny Hultzen. Continue reading
Texas' Travis Tucker gets a pat on the head from catcher Preston Clark after his grand slam off Baylor's Aaron Miller in the second inning.-Rod Aydelotte WACO TRIBUNE HERALD
#10 Texas 19 #24 Baylor 11
AUSTIN, Texas — The No. 8 Texas Longhorns put on their hitting shoes and posted a 19-11 win over the No. 17 Baylor Bears in Big 12 Conference baseball action Saturday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark.
The game featured season-highs for hits (16), runs (19), total bases (27) and home runs (3) as the Longhorns moved to 32-11-1 on the season and 14-8-1 in Big 12 Conference play. The win put the Horns back in first place in the league standings.
Texas' Brandon Belt (13) scores on a wild pitch-Rod Aydelotte photo
#10 Texas 12 #24 Baylor 4
AUSTIN, Texas — The No. 8 Texas Longhorns took advantage of a season-high seven errors by the No. 17 Baylor Bears to post a 12-4 win in Big 12 Conference baseball action Friday evening at UFCU Disch-Falk Field.
Texas (31-11-1, 13-8-1 Big 12) equaled a season-high with 12 runs, including six unearned, and logged 13 hits on the evening.
Former Auburn coach Paul Nix
Here are some of the best College Baseball links from around the nation.
The first article comes from Nate Owen of The Huntington News about Northeastern taking the final two games of their series with Dallas Baptist over the weekend. The next two articles come from The Daily Cal from Katie Dowd who wrote a recap of the Cal-Stanford game and Matt Kawahara who did a feature on the struggles of the Cal baseball program. The next article comes from The Cavalier Daily (UVA) writer Eric Strow who wrote an article about how difficult it was to follow Cavalier baseball last weekend in their big series against Georgia Tech. The final article comes on a sad note from Dothan Eagle which reports former Auburn baseball coach Paul Nix passed away at age 76. Continue reading
Senior Michael Rockett went 3-for-4 on Monday and became the Southland Conference's all-time hit king (297).
SAN ANTONIO – It was a day for records at Roadrunner Field on Monday, as senior All-American Michael Rockett went 3-for-4 to become the Southland Conference’s all-time hit king, junior closer Zach Calhoon saved the 24th game of his career also a new league standard and UTSA held on for a 4-3 victory against Dallas Baptist.
Northeastern (15-10, 5-4) is at Dallas Baptist for a three game non-conference set starting with a doubleheader Friday.
Monday is always a slow night of College Baseball and this week was no exception as only three games took place. Dallas Baptist knocked off Oral Roberts 5-4 while Washington State picked up a 12-8 victory over BYU and lastly Gonzaga beat regional rival Washington 7-3. Continue reading
DALLAS, Texas – In a game that had six lead changes, a six-run seventh put the game out of reach for HBU as the Huskies suffered a 14-8 loss to Dallas Baptist to end a three-game series at Patriot Field on Saturday afternoon.
In the top of the first, freshman Travis Fuquay drew a leadoff walk and then stole second with one out. Then, with two outs, Andrew Taccolini singled in Fuquay followed by a single off the bat of Johnathon Moore. Taccolini also scored in the inning thanks to a wild pitch to make it a 2-0 Husky lead. In the bottom of the inning, DBU took advantage of a hit batter and an error to push across one run.
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DALLAS, Texas – The HBU Huskies fell behind early and never caught up as they lost 12-2 to the Patriots of Dallas Baptist on Friday evening at Patriot Field on the campus of DBU.
Courtesy of Donald Boyles
Freshman Austin Dicharry earned his first career victory and combined with senior Keith Shinaberry and sophomore Chance Ruffin to pitch a shutout in the No. 9 Texas Longhorns 3-0 win over the Dallas Baptist Patriots at UFCU Disch-Falk Field on Tuesday evening.