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Big 12 Recap for 03/14/2010

Senior pitcher Cameron Selik improved to 4-0 on the season with a win at No. 1 LSU Sunday.Big 12 Recap for Sunday the 14th

Kansas 8 LSU 4

Senior Robby Price went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI, while junior relief pitcher Brett Bochy earned his second save of the weekend as Kansas earned a series victory over top-ranked LSU with an 8-4 win Sunday in the rubber game of the three game series Sunday.

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Big 12 Recap for March 12th

caseylytle Here is your Big 12 recap for Friday, March 12th

Kansas 11 #1 LSU 9

Senior Robby Price and junior Casey Lytle each had three hits and two doubles, while Brett Bochy pitched 2 1/3 innings of hitless relief as the Kansas Jayhawks knocked off previously unbeaten, and top-ranked Louisiana State, 11-9 Friday night in front of a packed house at Alex Box Stadium.

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Southland Conference Recap for March 7th


Texas State 13, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 8

SAN MARCOS, Texas – Andrew Stumph was a double shy of hitting for the cycle and spearheaded an 18-hit outing from Texas State that nearly matched the team’s past two games combined at the plate, leading to a 13-8 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to clinch the first Southland Conference series of the season Sunday afternoon at Bobcat Field.
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Southland Conference recap 03/06/10

Gougler was the only Lion with multiple hits, putting up a line of two-for-three with two runs scored and a walk.

Southeastern Louisiana 4, Texas Southern 1

HAMMOND, La. – The 2010 Southeastern Louisiana baseball team now has the school’s all-time best winning streak all to itself. After tying the mark Friday, the Lions broke it Saturday, taking their 11th straight game to improve to 11-0 on the year. The 4-1 victory over Texas Southern also clinched the series for Southeastern.
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Southland Conference recap for February 20th


Lamar 6, Maine 1
Lamar 5, Maine 4 (17 innings)

LamarPhoto BEAUMONT, Texas – Lamar’s Anthony Moore drove a walk-off single off the right field fence in the 17th inning Saturday night to end the longest baseball game in school history and give the Cardinals a 5-4 victory and a doubleheader sweep of Maine. They also won the first game 6-1.

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Houston Baptist releases 2010 Schedule


JaredMoonHBU HOUSTON – Houston Baptist University head baseball coach Jared Moon announced his team’s 55-game 2010 schedule Wednesday, which features 21 games at Husky Field.

“I’m excited about 21 home games after only 10 last year,” Moon said. “It’s nice to play at home, where we have a record of success.

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Sam Houston State, Utah Valley Unveil 2010 Schedules

MarkJohnsonSHSU Head Coach Mark Johnson has released the 2010 slate for his Sam Houston State Bearkats.  After winning the Southland Conference Tournament in 2009, the Bearkats look to continue their winning ways this season.  The team will open the campaign on the road against in-state foe TCU (Feb. 19-21).  After returning from Fort Worth, Sam Houston State will host Prairie View A&M (Feb. 23), Utah (Feb. 26-28), and Texas Southern (March 2) as well as the Hillcrest Invitational Tournament (March 5-7) in which Creighton and Northern Colorado will take part.

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Colorado Sports Examiner talks College Baseball

gwc_baseballColorado Sports Examiner writer Mark Knudson recently put together an article about College Baseball in the state of Colorado. Knudson played 12 years of professional baseball including being the first Colorado resident to play for the Rockies. He talks about how the Northern Colardo program used to be a powerhouse in the past with 10 College World Series appearances. They ended up dropping the program down to the Division 2 level but recently brought the program back up to the Division 1 level in 2004. They have played as an independent since then but it was recently announced that Northern Colorado will join the Great Western Conference starting in the 2010 season. He also talks about Colorado and Colorado State dropping their programs in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Continue reading