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Columbia releases 2013 Schedule

ColumbiaCelebration2012NEW YORK – The Lions are set to play thirteen home games at Robertson Field at Satow Stadium in addition to 17 games versus NCAA regional opponents during the upcoming 2013 season.

The challenging schedule features a number of top-notch opponents early on. The Lions kick off the season in Texas with a four-game series at Lamar beginning Friday, March 1. Continue reading Columbia releases 2013 Schedule

2013 Penn Schedule Announced

PHILADELPHIA – The Penn baseball team and W. Joseph Blood Head Coach of Baseball John Cole released the 2013 schedule on Monday. The Quakers will take on squads from seven leagues up and down the East Coast in non-conference play, plus the always-grueling Ivy League schedule. Of the 43 games on the docket, Penn will host 16 of them at Meiklejohn Stadium. Continue reading 2013 Penn Schedule Announced

Jeff Calcaterra named Assistant Coach at Hartford

Jeff Calcaterra has been named as Harvard’s top assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator by Bill Decker, the Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67 Head Coach for Harvard Baseball.

He most recently served as head coach at the University of Hartford from 2005 to 2011, winning 82 games. Prior to Hartford, Calcaterra spent 11 seasons as the full-time assistant coach at Indiana University. Continue reading Jeff Calcaterra named Assistant Coach at Hartford

Columbia promotes Pete Maki to Associate Head Coach

NEW YORK – Columbia’s Pete Maki was promoted to associate head coach recently, head coach Brett Boretti announced. Maki is in his sixth season as the Lions’ pitching coach and recruiting coordinator.

“Pete has been an enormous part of our program since the day he arrived here,” Boretti said. “His development of our pitching staff is an instrumental part of our success. I am excited to have him be our associate head coach.” Continue reading Columbia promotes Pete Maki to Associate Head Coach

Harvard Stadium turned into Baseball Training Facility

Harvard Stadium, which is one of the oldest college football stadiums in the country, is home to the Harvard baseball team and many other spring sports during the winter months as an indoor training facility. Harvard Media Relations has put out a great time lapsed video of the installation of a bubble going up over the fieldturf facility. You can check out the full video below.  Continue reading Harvard Stadium turned into Baseball Training Facility