FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE CHICAGO, Ill. – The UIC baseball team released its 2012 schedule Tuesday, as the Flames look to be challenged early by tough non-conference opponents. UIC will play 10 different schools from eight separate leagues throughout its non-conference slate.
Here is your Fall Ball Update for October 25th. Western Michigan: Brown 10 Gold 5 KALAMAZOO, Mich.– Brown struck for three runs in the first inning and never looked back, clinching the annual Brown & Gold series with a 10-5 win in decisive Game 3. Senior left-hander Casey Webber (Tinley Park, Ill./Providence Catholic) started for the Brown […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE MACOMB, Ill. – An appearance last season in the Summit League Tournament and a 20-win season has the Fighting Leathernecks looking forward to a competitive and exciting schedule in 2012. Head coach Mike Villano announced the 2012 schedule, which includes 20 games at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium. Those include non-conference home […]
Here is a listing of Fall Ball Recaps from the last couple of days around College Baseball. Purdue: Black 11 Gold 10 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – An early 8-0 lead helped the Black team withstand a valiant comeback effort and earn an 11-10 victory in game two of Purdue baseball’s Black & Gold Series Friday afternoon […]
Here are your Scrimmage Updates for September 22nd as North Carolina held a intrasquad scrimmage while Butler faced off with the Ontario Blue Jays. UNC Scrimmage: Navy 5 Blue 5 Chapel Hill, N.C.– The Navy and Blue squads played for eight and a half innings on Thursday in a scrimmage that ended in a 5-5 […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE INDIANAPOLIS – A season-opening trip to Fresno State, a revamped Horizon League schedule and home games against the top Midwest teams highlight Butler baseball’s 2012 schedule. The regular season culminates at the six-team Horizon League Baseball Championship May 23-26 in Chicago.
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE CHICAGO – Former UIC baseball players Steven Humble and Eric Wyman are rejoining the program in new roles as volunteer assistant coaches, head coach Mike Dee announced Wednesday. Humble played two seasons for the Flames in 2009 and 2010, while Wyman pitched from 2008 through 2011.