MINNEAPOLIS – The D3baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Top 25 poll was released on March 10 and Salisbury University remains in the top spot for a third straight week.
Salisbury (14-1, 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference) received 19 first-place votes out of 25 and received 614 points. The Gulls have been ranked No. 1 since the week one poll that came out on February 24. Continue reading →
MINNEAPOLIS – The Salisbury University team baseball remained No. 1 in the second regular-season D3baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Top 25 poll released on March 3.
Salisbury (11-1, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference) received 16 first-place votes out of 25 and accumulated 601 points. Last week, the Sea Gulls jumped eight places from their preseason poll spot and claimed the top spot for the first-time in program history. Continue reading →
MINNEAPOLIS – Salisbury University baseball moved up eight spots to No. 1 in the first regular-season D3baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Top 25 poll. This is the first time that the SU baseball program has ever been ranked No. 1. Continue reading →
The SUNY Cortland baseball team is ranked first nationally in Division III for the 2009 season in two preseason polls – one conducted by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and the other by the Web site D3baseball.com.
Cortland finished 42-5 last season, including a school-record 38-game winning streak. The Red Dragons made their ninth NCAA Division III World Series appearance, all since 1995, and finished tied for seventh nationally. Cortland’s string of 16 consecutive NCAA Division III tournament berths is the longest active streak nationally. Continue reading →
The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper has put out their 2009 Preseason Division 3 Poll. It is led by Cortland State from the SUNYAC. They finished last season with a 42-5 record and an appearance in the Division 3 College World Series. They also had a school record 38 game winning streak under 10th year head coach Joe Brown. Chapman CA (40-5), Adrian MI (36-13), Kean NJ (39-11), and Southern Maine (36-14) round out the top five. (We spoke with Southern Maine head coach Ed Flaherty during the offseason and you can check out Part 1 and Part 2). National Champion Trinity from Connecticut is ranked sixth while the NCAA runner-up Johns Hopkins comes in at number 7. Continue reading →