Here is your ACC Recap for May 15th
#2 Virginia 5 #24 Miami (FL) 4
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Will Roberts (Jr., Richmond, Va.) worked into the eighth inning in an outstanding pitching performance, and the No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team scored four runs in the seventh inning in a 5-4 victory over No. 16 Miami Sunday afternoon in front of a season-high 4,700 fans at Davenport Field. Virginia honored its six fourth-year student-athletes as well as manager Rod Larson in Senior Day ceremonies following the game. Continue reading
Here is your ACC Recap for May 14th.
#2 Virginia 3 #24 Miami (FL) 2
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Tyler Wilson (Sr., Midlothian, Va.) gave up just one hit and struck out 11 over 7.2 innings of dominant work to propel the No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team to a 3-2 victory over No. 16 Miami Saturday afternoon at Davenport Field. Wilson (6-0) allowed only two baserunners on a hit and a walk and tied his career highs in innings pitched and strikeouts. Continue reading
The ACC enters their second to last weekend of action with two series matching up ranked squads with #24 Miami heading to #2 ranked Virginia and #11 North Carolina going to #15 Georgia Tech. The two other ranked teams in action are #7 Florida State at NC State and #13 ranked Clemson at Virginia Tech. The only ACC matchup between two unranked teams is Wake Forest at Duke. Boston College goes out of league play this week with a brief two game series starting on Saturday. Continue reading
Here is the weekend’s final Big 12 recap. The league finished today 9-1, and 27-7 over the weekend. Continue reading
Here is your Big 12 recap for Saturday, February 19.
Nebraska 8 (1-1) Air Force 1 (0-2)
• Freshman Jon Keller (1-0) picked up the win in his first career start for Nebraska, allowing only three hits and striking out six.
• SS Chad Christensen connected on his first home run of the year in the eighth inning.
• Christensen, Kale Kiser, and Cory Burleson all had two hits in the contest. Continue reading
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
Syracuse, N.Y. – Le Moyne College Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics Matt Bassett announced on Monday, August 30 the hiring of Scott Cassidy ’98 as head baseball coach following a national search.
Cassidy, who becomes the program’s fourth coach in the last 43 years, spent the past year as assistant coach and pitching coach for the Dolphins, as well as serving as the recruiting coordinator. With Cassidy’s assistance, Le Moyne’s 2009 recruiting class was nationally ranked by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. Prior to returning to Le Moyne, Cassidy played professionally for 10 years, including parts of three seasons at the Major League level. Following his retirement from professional baseball, Cassidy spent one season as the head baseball coach at Sullivan Community College.
Here is your NECBL Playoff Recap for August 5th. The Newport Gulls defeated the North Shore Navigators 5-4 while the North Adams SteepleCats defeated the Danbury Westerners 4-2. Continue reading
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
SYRACUSE, NY – LeMoyne College has announced its intention to reclassify its baseball program from Division I to Division II effective August 1, 2011. The College will follow the defined NCAA reclassification process, with the intent to compete alongside its 16 other programs as a member of the Division II Northeast-10 Conference.
The 2010 NECBL All-Star Game took place this year at Cardines Field in Newport Rhode Island which serves as the home of the Newport Gulls franchise. The NECBL features players from power conference teams like Vanderbilt and Georgia while also having players from lesser known schools like Nova Southeastern and UMass-Lowell.
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant University Director of Athletics Bill Smith is pleased to announce the hiring of two-time MAAC Coach of the Year Steve Owens as the next head coach of the Bulldog baseball program.
Owens comes to Bryant from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y., where he led the Dolphins to 11-straight winning seasons in as many years. Owens boasts a career record of 587-299-1 (.662), averaging nearly 31 wins per season, while his leadership has led to 27 players signing professional contracts.