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CAA Recap for 4/6

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

George Mason 5 Towson 4

Towson, Md. – The George Mason baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak on Sunday afternoon when the Patriots scored five runs in the first three innings and then held off Towson over the final six as Mason beat the Tigers, 5-4.

Mason scored in the first when Chris Henderson and Justin Bour hit two-out singles and Scott Krieger brought home Henderson with a single to left. Towson tied the game in the bottom of the inning behind a walk and a double. Mason took the lead for good in the second behind the game’s lone error. Continue reading CAA Recap for 4/6

ACC Recap for April 2nd

Miami (FL) 13 FIU 2

MIAMI, Fla. – Sophomore right-hander David Gutierrez no-hit Florida International for the first three innings and No. 2 Miami erupted for 11 runs during those innings as the Hurricanes cruised past the Golden Panthers, 13-2, at University Park Wednesday night. Miami improved to 23-2 matching the best start ever by a Jim Morris coached team at UM. Continue reading ACC Recap for April 2nd

Five Cavaliers Earn VaSID Post-Season Honors

Five Cavaliers Named to 2007 VaSID All-State Baseball Team

Five Virginia baseball players have earned 2007 University Division All-State honors, as selected by the Virginia College Sports Information Directors (VaSID). Brian O’Connor was selected as Coach of the Year, Jacob Thompson (after an 11-0 season earning him a slot as a finalist for the Roger Clemens Award, with the winner to be announced July 11) was chosen as Pitcher of the Year, and shortstop Greg Miclat, OF and Chicago Cubs draftee Brandon Guyer and pitcher and Oakland Athletics first round sandwich pick LHP Sean Doolittle (pictured at left) garnering first-team all-state honors. Doolittle also earned second-team honors at 1B, and was joined on the second team by 2B David Adams.
The official press release can be found by clicking here.
2007 University Division VaSID All-State Team

First Team

1B Joe Mahoney, Richmond
2B Chris Fournier, George Mason
SS Sergio Miranda, VCU
3B Greg Sexton, William & Mary
OF Brandon Guyer, Virginia
OF Scott Krieger, George Mason
OF Kellen Kulbacki, James Madison
C Jason Bour, George Mason
DH Greg Miclat, Virginia
P Sean Doolittle, Virginia
P Anthony Shawler, Old Dominion
P Jacob Thompson, Virginia
Coach of the Year: Brian O’Connor, Virginia
Player of the Year: Kellen Kulbacki, James Madison
Pitcher of the Year: Jacob Thompson, Virginia
Rookie of the Year: Jason Bour, George Mason

Second Team
1B Sean Doolittle, Virginia
2B David Adams, Virginia
SS Davis Stoneburner, JMU
3B Alex Gregory, Radford
OF Robbie Bailey, Longwood
OF Garrett Young, Liberty
OF Mike Zahm, Old Dominion
C Tim Park, William & Mary
DH Tyler Childeress, Longwood
P Luke Foss, Norfolk State
P Dan Hudson, Old Dominion
P Luke Pisker, VCU

ACC Recap for 3/28

UNC 28 Davidson 3

North Carolina hit six homers including two from Benji Johnson to give the Tar Heels the 28-3 victory over Davidson. UNC scored eleven runs in the second inning and then twelve in the third to take full control of the game. UNC will be back in action on Friday when they host Wake Forest.

UNC Recap
Davidson Recap

Maryland 12 Coppin State 0

The Maryland Terrapins held Coppin State hitless and used a balanced attack by scoring in seven out of their eight at bats to continue the Coppin State losing streak to 20 games. Mike Murphy went 2-4 with 3 RBIs to lead the Maryland offensive attack. Brett Curll, Tim Kearney, Brett Jones, and Nick Pearce all went two innings without allowing a hit while Brian Shellhamer pitched a perfect ninth to complete the no-hitter. Maryland will visit Georgia Tech this weekend for a big ACC series.

Maryland Recap
Coppin State Recap

Virginia 4 Longwood 3

Brandon Marsh hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth to lead the Cavaliers to a 4-3 come from behind victory over Longwood. Casey Lambert struck out 2 batters in the top of the ninth to pick up the victory for the Cavs. Virginia will travel across the state to Virginia Tech for a weekend series.

UVA Recap
Longwood Recap

Clemson 15 Western Carolina 6

The Clemson Tigers blew out Western Carolina 15-6 in non-conference action on Wednesday in Clemson SC. Taylor Harbin and Doug Hogan led the offense with three hits a piece. Clemson will return to action on Friday when they host the Hurricanes.

Clemson Recap
Western Carolina Recap

NC State 6 UNC-Greensboro 0

The NC State Wolfpack received a stellar pitching performance from Nate Karns, Jeff Stallings, and Sam Brown who combined on a three hit shutout. Caleb Mangum and Pat Ferguson each picked up two RBIs to lead the offense. NC State heads to Chestnut Hill to open the BC home schedule this weekend and The College Baseball Blog should be there on Saturday and Sunday.

NC State Recap
UNC-Greensboro Recap

Georgia Tech 6 Georgia Southern 2

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets used nine pitchers and were able to limit the Georgia Southern Eagles to two runs. Danny Payne and Michael Fisher were the only two Yellow Jackets with two hits on the day. Georgia Tech will host Maryland this weekend for a big ACC series.

GA Tech Recap
Georgia Southern Recap

Winthrop 15 Wake Forest 9

The Winthrop Eagles used a ten run fifth inning to pick up a 15-9 slugfest victory over Wake Forest on Wednesday. Winthrop will visit UNC-Asheville while Wake Forest heads to UNC for a big ACC weekend series.

Winthrop Recap
Wake Forest Recap

Boston College and Holy Cross were postponed until Thursday when they will try again to play their big non-conference game in a battle of Massachusetts.

BC Release

HC Release