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NU 10 GMU 6

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

NU 10 George Mason 6

Shortstop Mike Lyon continued on his torrid pace, clubbing a pair of two-run homers to help guide the Huskies to a 10-6 win against George Mason at Spuhler Field in Fairfax, Va. on Friday afternoon. Lyon’s second home run was the 25th his career, putting him ahead of NU great Carlos Pena (24) for ninth all time in Northeastern history. Although the game was in Fairfax, the Huskies batted last in the game, as the series was originally scheduled to be played at the Huskies’ Friedman Diamond. Continue reading

Coastal, UK, Cal, Niagara, and UTA pick up wins

FROM PRESS RELEASES

Coastal 6 George Mason 0

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Sophomore Nick McCully (Lakeland, Fla./Santa Fe Catholic) allowed just a bunt single in the first inning while striking out nine in the Coastal Carolina University baseball team’s (8-1) 6-0 win over George Mason (1-6) March 2 in the final game of the Baseball at the Beach Tournament at BB&T Coastal Field.

McCully allowed just one walk and tied his career high in strikeouts while improving his record to 2-0 on the year. Continue reading

2008 CAA Preseason Poll

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Old Dominion is the overwhelming favorite to capture the CAA baseball championship in 2008 according to a vote of the league’s head baseball coaches.

The Monarchs finished atop the poll with 99 points and received nine of a possible 10 first-place votes since coaches weren’t allowed to rank their own teams. Continue reading

CSTV’s Top Closers

CSTV Editor Doug Kroll checks in with his weekly article on the top college baseball players. The position in which he focuses on this week is the closer. He lists Cole St. Clair of Rice in the top spot. He has struggled throughout his career with the Owls as he tends to be injured every season. Continue reading

More Signing Classes

We continue to get information on Signing classes almost daily. We have linked below a bunch of the ones that have come out in the last week.

Sam Houston State
George Mason
Clemson
Maryland
Northwestern
LaSalle
Gonzaga
Duquesne
Lipscomb
New Mexico

George Mason drops game to Delaware

The Delaware Blue Hens picked up a 6-2 victory over the George Mason Patriots on Saturday. The Blue Hens got a strong seven innings allowing two runs from starting pitcher Billy Harris. He also struck out seven batters. Ryan Jablonski and Bill Merkler hit homers to lead the Blue Hen offense. Mike Modica picked up the loss for George Mason to drop his record to a 2-4 mark.

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Other ACC Games



Florida State 6 North Florida 0

Caleb Graham picked up his first victory of the season as he shutdown the North Florida offense for the first six innings.

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UVA 17 George Mason 6

Brandon Guyer went 3-4 with four RBIs, four runs scored, and a grand slam to lead the Cavaliers to a 17-6 thumping of George Mason. David Adams and John Scaglione were the other Cavs with three hits on the day.

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Clemson 14 Gardner-Webb 2

The Clemson Tigers without head coach Jack Leggett pounded out 21 hits with twelve different players picking up at least one hit to pound Gardner-Webb 14-2. Ben Paulsen went 5-5 with a homer and six RBI to lead the Tiger offense.

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Duke 11 Campbell 7

Kyle Kreick picked up three hits to lead the Blue Devils to a come from behind 11-7 victory over Campbell.

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Georgia Tech 10 Georgia Southern 2

Eddie Burns struck out ten batters over eight innings while only giving up one earned run to pick up his second consecutive victory. Danny Payne and Michael Fisher each picked up three hits to lead the offensive attack from the Jackets.

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James Madison 8 Virginia Tech 6

Joe Lake drove home Bryan Lescanec to break a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the eighth to lead JMU to the 8-6 victory over Virginia Tech.

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Maryland 15 William & Mary 3

The Terps scored nine runs in the fifth inning to coast to a 15-3 victory over William & Mary. Joe Palumbo set the stage in the lead-off role by going 4-5 with two runs scored and three RBIs in the win.

Maryland Recap
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Price and Bour named National Players of the Week


NCBWA RELEASE

DALLAS - The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA)­ released the Pro-Line Athletic National Player of the Week awards for the period ending March 13, today. George Mason freshman first baseman Justin Bour was named National Hitter of the Week, while Vanderbilt junior left-handed pitcher David Price was named National Pitcher of the Week. The NCBWA Board reviews candidates from each Division I Conference each week and names winners each Tuesday throughout the season.

Bour went 10-for-20 (.500) with seven home runs, 19 RBIs, scored nine runs and posted a 1.650 slugging percentage over four games. The Centreville, Va., native hit three grand slams during the week, including setting a school record with two grand slams and nine RBIs in a game against Coppin State. He also set the school record with three grand slams in a season, and the school record for most consecutive multi-homer games with three. He tied a school record with three home runs in one game against Coppin State.

Price struck out 16 in a four-hit complete game effort in a 2-1 win over Illinois-Chicago last Friday. The Murfreesboro, Tenn., native gave up a solo homer in the second, then retired the next 12 batters, seven via strikeout. After giving up his only walk in the sixth, Price then retired the next seven in order, five by strikeout. Two of the four hits were infield singles in the ninth.

With this week's honor, Price automatically is named to the watch list for Roger Clemens Award, given to the national collegiate pitcher of the year, sponsored by the Greater Houston Baseball Organization.

"Louisville Slugger’s" National Players of the Week

Justin Bour of George Mason also picked up the National Player of the Week award from the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Brandon Turner and David Price each were named National Co-Pitchers of the Week. Brandon Turner plays for Mount Vernon Nazarene and pitched a seven inning no-hitter over Shawnee State. David Price of Vanderbilt pitched a four hit complete game over Illinios Chicago. He struck out 16 batters and only allowed four hits.

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