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Bowling Green releases 2013 Schedule

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—The Bowling Green State University baseball program, under Head Coach Danny Schmitz, has announced the 2013 baseball schedule. The schedule features 55 games, including 20 games at the friendly confines of Warren E. Steller Field. The Falcons will finish the season by playing eight of their final 11 games at home. Continue reading


Miami (OH) releases 2013 Schedule

OXFORD, Ohio — A pair of trips to Greenville, S.C. and home-and-home series with local rivals Indiana, Dayton, Xavier and Cincinnati highlight the 2013 Miami Baseball schedule, head coach Dan Simonds announced today. Miami will host 20 games at McKie Field, including the league series against Kent State and Miami for the first time in three years.

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Northern Illinois adds Tom Carcione and Todd Coryell to Coaching Staff

DeKALB, Ill. – Head baseball coach Ed Mathey, entering his 11th season at Northern Illinois, announced the addition of two assistant coaches in Tom Carcione and Todd Coryell. Carcione returns to NIU (2007-08) after a stint as interim and Head Coach at Division II Metro State and as manager of the Ottawa Rapidz, while Coryell comes from Western Illinois and returns to the Mid-American Conference, having coached at Eastern Michigan under his father, Roger. Continue reading


2012 Final CBD Mid-Major Poll (June 27th)

Following their impressive run to Omaha Kent St (47-20) and Stony Brook (52-15) finish #1 and #2 in the final mid major poll of 2012. Continue reading


Rich Maloney heads back to Ball State

Rich Maloney, who posted a 256-144-1 (.640) record as the head baseball coach at Ball State from 1996-2002, will return as the program’s head coach, according to Ball State director of intercollegiate athletics Bill Scholl.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Rich Maloney back to the Ball State family and the Muncie community,” Scholl says. “He was an integral part of continuing the outstanding tradition of Ball State baseball in his previous tenure with the Cardinals, and we are looking forward to his return. Coach Maloney has built an outstanding resume as a collegiate head coach and his proven track record was a key factor in his hiring at Ball State.” Continue reading