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Indiana Baseball holds Media Day

The Indiana Hoosiers held their annual media day on Monday featuring first year head coach Chris Lemonis. The Hoosiers are coming off a 44-15 campaign while going 21-3 in Big Ten play. They hosted a regional in Bloomington but were ousted by the Stanford Cardinal. You can check out interviews with Coach Lemonis and several players below.  Continue reading Indiana Baseball holds Media Day

CBD Interview with Northeastern’s Mike Glavine

College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the 2015 season with interviews with coaches throughout the country. Today, we feature first year Northeastern head coach Mike Glavine who takes over the Husky program from legendary New England coach Neil McPhee. Continue reading CBD Interview with Northeastern’s Mike Glavine

UCF Fall Baseball Update

UCFRooney.jpgThe UCF Knights are in the midst of fall practice right now coming off a 36-23 campaign while going 17-7 in AAC play. Head coach Terry Rooney, sophomore infielder Tyler Hayden, and sophomore pitcher Trent Thompson break down how the first two weeks of practice are going in the video below.  Continue reading UCF Fall Baseball Update

Catching up with Grand Canyon’s Andy Stankiewicz

Shotgun Spratling caught up with Grand Canyon head coach Andy Stankiewicz to check on the development of the program in their first season at Division 1.

The Antelopes have put together quite a successful season at 30-22 that includes a 19-8 mark in the Western Athletic Conference. Despite having the second-best record in the WAC, due to the NCAA-mandated transition period, the ‘Lopes are not allowed to compete in the conference or NCAA Tournament.

Stankiewicz talks about the difficulty of enduring the transition period while having no end-of-the-year postseason potential and about rewarding the players with big-time non-conference matchups, including USC, Kansas, Kansas State, UC Irvine and Washington among others this season with plans to travel to Tennessee, Cal Poly and Oklahoma State in the future:

Frye Leads Dirtbags to Upset of No. 2 Cal Poly

LONG BEACH, Calif. — All good things must come to an end.

And Josh Frye finally had his scoreless streak snapped at 30.2 innings pitched, but by the time Cal Poly (36-6, 12-2) got to the 6-foot-7 senior Saturday afternoon at Blair Field, Long Beach State already had the game in hand.

The Dirtbags (19-21, 6-5) scored six runs (only three earned runs) off starter Justin Calomeni to chase him from the game in the fourth inning. And when Frye did allow two runs to score, Long Beach immediately answered with a run in the bottom of the sixth, taking a 7-2 victory to even the series with the Mustangs.

Frye needed just 100 pitches over eight innings to earn his fourth win. He allowed six hits and two runs (one earned) while tying his career high with six strikeouts.

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