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2014 Preseason Southern Conference Coaches and Media Poll

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SoConLogoSPARTANBURG, S.C. – 2013 regular-season Southern Conference champion Western Carolina has been picked to defend its crown in 2014 in balloting of the league’s media and 10 head coaches.

The Catamounts, who went 39-20 overall and 23-7 in the league last season, picked up seven first-place votes and 78 points from the coaches, who could not vote for their own teams. WCU edged The Citadel, which earned 75 points and the remaining three first-place votes in the coaches’ poll. Western Carolina earned 167 points and 13 first-place votes from the media. Continue reading

Georgia Southern releases 2014 Schedule

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GASouthernFeaturedSTATESBORO, Ga. – Georgia Southern Athletics today announced the baseball schedule for the 2014 season.

Head Coach Rodney Hennon is prepared to lead his team into their final Southern Conference season before moving to the Sun Belt Conference in 2015. The Eagles open on the road for the first time since 2007 at Georgia before returning home to face Georgia Tech on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. Continue reading

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Georgia Southern releases 2013 Schedule

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STATESBORO, Ga. – The 2013 Georgia Southern Baseball season kicks off with a bang as the Eagles face Georgia, Florida, Indiana and Georgia Tech in the first nine games. The 56-game schedule announced by Head Coach Rodney Hennon opens with 14 of the first 16 games at J.I. Clements Stadium and also includes a trip to Clemson. Continue reading

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2012 CBD All-American Teams Announced

College Baseball Daily has put together with our large staff of College Baseball writers our first annual All-American Team. You can check out the full team below.  Continue reading

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2012 CBD Season Preview: Southern Conference

By: Aaron Kirby
2011 Season Review:

  • Tournament Champion: Georgia Southern
  • Regular Season Champion: Elon
  • Conference RPI: #15
  • Conference ISR: #16

In 2010 the Southern Conference had a conference record 3 teams (Citadel, CofC and Elon) get in a regional. However, in 2011 only the tournament champion Georgia Southern (36-26 overall and 18-12 SOCON) received a NCAA bid. Regular season champion Elon (36-21 overall and 23-7 SOCON) along with CofC (39-22 overall and 18-12 SOCON), and Samford (37-23 overall and 18-12 SOCON) came up just short of a regional. UNCG who won just 7 conference games in 2010 finished just one game behind Elon in regular season at 22-8 in conference and 34-20 overall. +14 games overall and an amazing +15 in conference. Continue reading

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2012 Preseason Southern Conference Polls Released

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Southern Conference baseball coaches have selected College of Charleston as the preseason favorite to win the league championship in 2012 while the media representatives who cover the league have chosen Georgia Southern as the conference favorite. Continue reading

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Scrimmage Recaps for Feb. 5th

Georgia Southern: Blue 4 White 4

STATESBORO, Ga. – Strong outings by starters Justin Hess (Panama City, Fla.) and Sam Howard (Carterville, Ga.) capped off a weekend of Georgia Southern Baseball scrimmages at J.I. Clements Stadium. What opened in a pitcher’s duel ended in a 4-4 tie after both teams scored three runs each in the eighth and final inning. Continue reading

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Top 100 Countdown: 5. Victor Roache (Georgia Southern)

College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2012 College Baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.

We continue the countdown today at number 5 with Georgia Southern junior outfielder Victor Roache. The Ypsilanti, Michigan native attended Lincoln High School. He was a two time captain of the squad while being named All-Region and First Team All-State. He was selected in the 25th round by the Detroit Tigers in the 2009 MLB Draft but decided to attend Georgia Southern.  Continue reading