WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. –The Monmouth University baseball team announced its 2015 schedule on Friday afternoon, including 54 games and 20 home contests. MU, under the direction of 22nd year head coach Dean Ehehalt, will face competition from ten different conferences and open the season February 13.
“I’m excited about the challenge our pre-conference schedule will give us,” said Head Coach Dean Ehehalt. “Historically, we make a huge effort to play quality programs early in the season that will enable us to prepare for the conference season. The start to our 2015 schedule will really provide a nice test and enable us to see where we are at as a program.” Continue reading Monmouth releases 2015 Schedule
The Canisius baseball team and 11th-year coach Mike McRae have announced the 2015 schedule for the Golden Griffins. Twelve games against a total of six teams who played in the 2014 NCAA Tournament appear on the non-conference schedule while Canisius will play 16 games at the Demske Sports Complex. Continue reading Canisius releases 2015 Schedule
The only active Golden Griffin in Major League Baseball, Canisius athletics announces that John Axford MS’13 has made the largest donation in the history of the school’s baseball program. Axford’s gift will be used to directly improve the Canisius baseball program through the Blue and Gold Fund. Axford’s gift also will be recognized with a display in the centerfield bullpen at the Demske Sports Complex.
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The Siena Saints have released their 2015 baseball schedule which features a season opening trip against Central Florida on February 13th. Continue reading Siena releases 2015 Schedule
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield University Head Coach Bill Currier has announced the 2015 baseball schedule. The Stags’ slate will feature non-league opponents from the ACC, American Athletic Conference, Big East, the CAA, and the A-10. Fairfield will also host four Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) series at Alumni Diamond.
“We had tremendous success last season and we want to carry that momentum into this year,” Currier said. “We have some very tough non-league opponents to start the year, but that experience will help us as we make a run towards a return trip to the MAAC Tournament.” Continue reading Fairfield releases 2015 Schedule
RIVERDALE, N.Y. – The 2015 Manhattan College baseball schedule features 55 games, including 16 at Dutchess Stadium, the new competitive home of the Jaspers.
Manhattan begins the 2015 season in the Lone Star State on February 20 with a four-game set at Lamar in Beaumont, Texas. Its second weekend series of the season comes in Miami against Florida International, beginning on February 27. Continue reading Manhattan releases 2015 Schedule
Jersey City, N.J. – Saint Peter’s University Director of Athletics Joe Quinlan has announced that T.J. Baxter has been promoted to baseball head coach after serving as an assistant coach/acting head coach last season. Continue reading Saint Peter’s names T.J. Baxter as Head Coach
Sam Houston State 9 Siena 2
FORT WORTH — Sam Houston State staved off elimination with a 9-2 win over Siena to reach a second NCAA Regional final in the last three seasons. The Bearkats (43-18) will get a rematch with TCU (44-15) Sunday at 7 p.m. If the Kats beat the Horned Frogs Sunday the two teams will meet again Monday night at 7 p.m. Continue reading 2014 Fort Worth Regional: Day 3 Recap
Siena 9 Dallas Baptist 8 (10 innings)
Vincent Citro drove home the game-winning run with two outs in the bottom of the 10th setting off a celebration 45 years in the making. Siena rallied from an early 7-0 deficit to shock #28 Dallas Baptist and the rest of the College Baseball World with a wild 9-8 victory Saturday at Lupton Stadium in Fort Worth, the program’s first in NCAA Tournament play.
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