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2013 Columbia (SC) NCAA Regional

By: David Collier


In what seems like a yearly event, South Carolina will play host to their fourth consecutive regional and 15th all-time regional as the No. 1 seed of the Columbia Regional. The Gamecocks will welcome in-state foe No. 2 seed Clemson for the second straight year. South Carolina defeated the Tigers two out of three this season. No. 3 seed Liberty and No. 4 seed Saint Louis round out the regional.

Let’s take a look at each team: Continue reading


CBD’s Around the Horn (February 15th)

OpeningDayPhotoFebruary 15th this year marked the start of the Division 1 College Baseball season. Here are some of the top performances and highlights on the day. We will be providing daily articles as often as possible this season. If you know of an outstanding performance ever that we might miss feel free to send us an email by clicking hereContinue reading


2013 Big South Preseason Conference Poll

BigSouthLogo_thumb.jpgCHARLOTTE, N.C. (www.BigSouthSports.com) – Liberty’s and Coastal Carolina’s baseball programs have been chosen as the favorites in the Big South Conference’s annual preseason poll for the 2013 season in a vote of the League’s Head Coaches, the League announced today. In addition, the coaches voted Campbell’s Michael Felton and Jeff Kemp of Radford the Conference’s Preseason Co-Players of the Year, while Aaron Burke of Coastal Carolina was named the Big South Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Continue reading


Liberty releases 2013 Schedule

A three-game series against 2010 and 2011 NCAA Division I Champion South Carolina and 11 games against 2012 NCAA Regional qualifiers are part of a challenging 2013 schedule released by the Liberty baseball program, this afternoon.

Coming off a season in which the Flames posted their second 40-win campaign in three years, Liberty is slated to face NCAA Regional participants Army, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia during the 2013 season. Continue reading


2012 Preseason Big South Coaches Poll Released

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (www.BigSouthSports.com) – For the fifth consecutive year, Coastal Carolina University’s baseball team has been voted the Big South Conference’s preseason favorite by the League’s Head Baseball Coaches, it was announced today by the Conference office. In addition, the coaches voted Presbyterian sophomore catcher/first baseman Brad Zebedis (Rock Hill, S.C.) the Conference’s Preseason Player of the Year and Coastal Carolina junior Josh Conway (Smithsburg, Md.) the League’s Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Continue reading


Liberty set to name Matt Hagen as Assistant Coach

College Baseball Daily has learned that Matt Hagen will be named the volunteer assistant coach at Liberty. Hagen fills the spot on the staff with the recent departure of Adam Ward who was named pitching coach at Charleston Southern. Hagen is well familiar in Lynchburg as he played at Liberty getting drafted in the 12 round by the Seattle Mariners in 2002. Continue reading


Fall Ball Scrimmages Recaps for September 17th

Here is your listing of Fall Ball Scrimmage Recaps for games that took place on September 17th.

USA Under 18 National Team 9 UNC-Wilmington 2

WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Drew Farber homered and knocked in both runs as UNCW fell to visiting Team USA, 9-2, in a fall baseball exhibition game on Saturday at Brooks Field.

Team USA, backed by home runs off the bats of Jesse Winker and Joey Gallo, took advantage of six Seahawk errors in the field by plating five unearned runs. Continue reading

Jim Toman hopes to lead Flames to 2009 NCAA Bid

Liberty set to open New Stadium for 2013 Season


Liberty University earlier this month continued its march toward becoming a prominent collegiate athletics program by announcing the planned construction of a new baseball stadium next to its recently expanded Arthur L. Williams football complex.

The construction of the new baseball stadium, which will cost in excess of $5 million, is the latest dramatic improvement to athletics facilities at Liberty in recent years. Continue reading