Brian O’Connor the head coach of the Virginia baseball program recently sat down with the Richmond Times-Dispatch. He discusses the success of his program and how the experience of making the College World Series will influence the program. O’Connor also talks about the attendance of the Cavaliers early season game challenging the fans to come […]
Tag: Interviews with Coaches
Interview with Lee University Flames Head Coach Mark Brew, at the NAIA Baseball National Championship in Lewiston, ID: Bob Broughton: The fans here just got to see a pretty good ball game between Lee and Fresno Pacific. Mark Brew: That was a great game. That’s what happens in the losers’ bracket, when you get two […]
Clemson head coach Jack Leggett discussed his team’s sweep over Wake Forest with Clemson broadcast Don Munson yesterday. He talks about how key the freshman class has been to the Tiger’s 11-4 overall start and an early ACC record of 4-2 which is good enough for first place in the Atlantic Division.
College Baseball Blog WAC correspondent and bleedCrimson.net editor Sam Wasson recently sat down with New Mexico State head baseball coach Rocky Ward. The Aggie baseball season begins February 20th and Coach Ward provided an update on the team as they ready for the 2009 season. The Aggies completed a successful fall practice season and we […]
TexAgs.com writer Gabe Bock recently sat down with Texas A&M head coach Rob Childress to discuss his expectations for the 2009 season. He talks about his projected lineup which is led by All-American candidate Kyle Colligan. The pitching staff should be solid as LHP Brooks Raley is expected to get the ball on Friday and […]
The College Baseball Blog recently had a chance to talk to Dan Hartleb of Illinois. He is entering his fourth season with the Fighting Illini after spending 15 years as an assistant coach at Illinois under Richard “Itch” Jones. Coach Hartleb talks about his expectations for the 2009 squad and some of the hottest topics […]
The College Baseball Blog is committed to bringing our readers some insight from coaches from around the country. We continue our series of interviews today with Penn’s John Cole. He is currently entering his fourth season in charge of the Quakers program. Last season saw the Penn program finish the season with a 15-23-1 overall […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE COLUMBUS, Ohio – Midway through the first official full team practice of the 2009 season Monday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, Ohio State head baseball coach Bob Todd took time to answer questions from some inquiring minds.
What was the driving force behind bringing back baseball as a varsity sport at Seattle U.? Baseball was brought back at SU because our upper campus wanted its once strong sport back in participation. It was actually scheduled to be brought back 3 years from now, but the administration pushed it through and we now […]
The College Baseball Blog is committed to bringing our readers some insight from coaches from around the nation. We continue our series of interviews with Temple’s Rob Valli. He is currently entering his fourth season in charge of the Temple program. The Owls finished 2008 with a fourth place finish in the Atlantic 10 conference […]