FROM PRESS RELEASE
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 2008 CAA Preseason Poll
Daniel Hargrave drove in the game winning run with a double in the top of the ninth to lead the UNC-Wilmington Seahawks to the 3-2 victory over the Hofstra. Cody Dickens picked up the victory by working the final 1.2 innings and did not surrender a run. Steve Halford went 2-3 for his 18th multiple hit game of the season. UNC-Wilmington and Hofstra finish the series tomorrow at 1 pm.
William & Mary 9 Northeastern 3
William & Mary picked up a 9-3 victory over Northeastern to take the series two games to one. Pat Kantakevich pitched 7.0 innings while scattering ten hits and three runs to pick up the victory.
William & Mary Recap
Game 1 Delaware 9 Towson 8
Game 2 Towson 9 Delaware 8
The Delaware Blue Hens and Towson Tigers split a doubleheader on Sunday each won a game by the same exact score of 9-8.
Towson Game 1 Recap
Towson Game 2 Recap
Hofstra 9 George Mason 7
The Hofstra Pride picked up their first win in the CAA with a 9-7 victory over George Mason. Matt Prokopowicz went 2 for 2 in the victory with a homer, three runs scored, and two RBI in the victory.
George Mason Recap
Florida State Head Coach Mike Martin is nearing a milestone of taking over the number 4 spot in collegiate baseball wins. If Mike Martin Sr. is able to sweep Hofstra and pick up the victory over Florida in their mid-week game, he will move into sole possession of fourth place. This has been a very good year for Mr. Martin because he was named to the ABCA on January 5th. The Tallahassee Democrat wrote a real good article about Martin reaching this milestone. It can be read here.
The FSU Seminoles will welcome Hofstra to Tallahassee this weekend for a three game set. Hofstra has played in one series this year and were swept by Auburn last weekend. The Seminoles enter the series at 6-0 with consecutive sweeps over Tennessee and UNC-Asheville.
FSU Series Notes
Hofstra Series Notes
The Oklahoma State Cowboys and Hofstra Pride have canceled the 3 game set for this weekend due to inclement weather. OSU will open the season next weekend at the Citrus Tournament against Lamar on Friday. Hofstra heads to Auburn also on Friday to try to open the season.
OK State Release