Here is your ACC Recap for Feb. 27th
#2 Florida 7 Boston College 2
Number 2 ranked Florida (7-0) finished off a three-game sweep of Boston College (2-4) with a 7-2 victory on Sunday afternoon at McKethan Stadium in front of 4,213 fans. The Gators continued their best start since the 2002 club shot out of the gates with 11-straight wins. Continue reading ACC Recap for Feb. 27th
Here is the second part of your ACC Weekend Preview for the weekend of Feb. 25th-Feb.27th. You can check out our preview of the other two series on the weekend which started on Thursday due to Miami and Boston College facing off against MLB squads over the weekend by clicking here. Continue reading ACC Weekend Preview for Feb. 25th-27th (Part 2)
The Big East Conference had an outstanding season in 2010 having St. John’s, Louisville, and UConn make the NCAA Tournament including two of them hosting Regionals. The sad part is that none of the schools were able to win their respective regional. Continue reading 2011 CBD Season Preview: Big East
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – After winning a school-record 48 games and advancing to the NCAA Regionals for the first time since 1994, Connecticut has been chosen as the favorite to win the 2011 BIG EAST baseball championship by the league’s 12 head coaches.
The Huskies received nine of a possible 11 first-place votes in the preseason poll. The coaches also chose Connecticut outfielder George Springer as the BIG EAST Preseason Player of the Year and named righthanded pitcher Matt Barnes the BIG EAST Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Continue reading 2011 Big East Baseball Preseason Poll
According to the Washington Examiner, the Georgetown baseball team is currently exploring moving home games to Alexandria, Virginia to play at The Four Mile Run complex. The school would design and build a “state-of-the-art” facility for both baseball and softball in return for a multi-year lease on the fields. Continue reading Georgetown Baseball to Alexandria?
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
WASHINGTON – Georgetown University Head Baseball Coach Pete Wilk announced today that Curtis Brown has been promoted to associate head coach for the Hoyas.
Brown has been the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Georgetown for the last three seasons. In that role, Brown has assisted in all facets of running the baseball program. His duties have included recruiting, travel, scouting, academic review, and budget maintenance.
Continue reading Curtis Brown promoted at Georgetown
Joe Maniaci of The Hoya recently wrote a feature on how the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team members Dan Capeless and Rand Ravnaas spent the summer. Both players led the Hoyas offense last season with Ravnaas leading the team with a .347 average with eleven homers and 35 RBI while Capeless had a .317 average with eight homers and 38 RBI.
Continue reading Georgetown Hoyas spend the Summer in the Spotlight
We are now down to 23 days until Selection Monday. Here are some of my thoughts from the action on Saturday.
We will see on Sunday the first bid to the NCAA Tournament punched as Dartmouth and Columbia will face off in the third game of the three game Ivy League Championship series in New York. Columbia won Game 1 on Saturday by a score of 13-2 before Dartmouth won Game 2 15-12. I predict that Dartmouth will take it since they won the conference last year.
Continue reading Random Thoughts: 23 Days to Selection Monday
Here is your ACC Recap for April 28th.
#2 Virginia 10 Georgetown 5
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team matched a season best with its seventh straight win Wednesday, as the Cavaliers recorded a 10-5 victory over Georgetown at Davenport Field.
Phil Gosselin (Jr., West Chester, Pa.) recorded his third career four-hit game, going 4-for-5 with three RBI. Reed Gragnani (Fr., Richmond, Va.) added two hits and two stolen bases. Eight of the nine Cavalier starters posted at least one hit as UVa finished with 13 hits in the game.
Continue reading ACC Recap for April 28th
Here is your Big East Recap for February 21st.
Florida 7 South Florida 6 (10 innings)
Freshman Mike Zunino (Cape Coral, Fla.) delivered a walk-off single down the right-field line in the 10th inning as No. 7 Florida (3-0) completed a sweep of USF (0-3), 7-6, on Sunday afternoon at McKethan Stadium. The Gators had rallied to force extra innings with three runs in the ninth, including the tying run on a two-out fielding error by sophomore shortstop Sam Mende.
Continue reading Big East Recap for February 21st