The NCAA Champion Magazine had a great feature on the Washington State Sports Science Lab which is testing the new technology in college baseball. Continue reading NCAA Champion Magazine: Going Ballistic
Walla Walla Community College baseball player Chandler Whitney has come out to his teammates recently during a team meeting before the 2014 season. Whitney’s boyfriend Willamette University kicker Conner Mertens recently came out to his teammates and friends which gave coverage for Whitney to come out to his teammates. This is the first time that I remember that a current College Baseball player has come out to the public. You can read the full story by clicking here from OutSports.com which is the premier site on issues on Gay Athletes in Sports.
Oregon State’s 20th-year coach is far more interested in deciding who will be the final players to make the team’s roster when the season starts on Valentine’s Day against Gonzaga in Tempe, Ariz. Continue reading Oregon State battling Roster limitations
“The One Man Thrill Ride” was a little amped up for his Division 3 Alumni Game at Fitchburg State in this video. This video is absolutely epic and includes some foul language. ENJOY!
The University of Tennessee Media Relations department recently put together the best college baseball following by team followers on twitter. Is there any guess which program leads the nation? Check below for the full list. Continue reading Best Following for College Baseball on Twitter
Major League Baseball yesterday announced a suspension for Alex Rodriguez for 211 games that runs through the rest of this MLB season and the 2014 season. The Miami Hurricanes baseball program is heavily invested in Alex Rodriguez as the baseball stadium is named after him and he is a member of the university’s board of trustees. We recently asked our Twitter followers for their thoughts on if Arod’s name should be removed from the stadium. Here are some of the best reactions. Continue reading Storify: Should Miami (FL) remove ARod’s Name from Stadium
The most intriguing of Fischer’s revelations, though, was that there were NCAA athletes associated with his former employer. Does he mean college football players, college basketball, or both? Or possibly college baseball, where an increasing number of major-league players hone their skills before going pro? Given the number of athletes who play college sports, the potential for PED use is staggering–greater than that of all professional sports combined. But as Associated Press reporter Eddie Pells wrote back in 2011, an AP survey of more than 50 schools found that “policies were all over the map – with no consistency or integrated strategy to tie them together.”
The NCAA Director/West Coast Conference Coordinator of Umpires Tom Hiler recently allowed the WCC into a recent umpire clinic to give us insight into how umpires prepared for the season. You can check out the video below. Continue reading Inside the Umpires Mask
We kick off our seventh season of College Baseball coverage today. I started this site up years ago back on blogger to see if there would be a following and it has evolved into one of the top college baseball sites in the country. Continue reading Opening Day is Here