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Coral Gables Regional Day 2 Recap

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Ole Miss 14 Bethune-Cookman 1

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Michael Guerrero crushed a pair of home runs during a 10-run sixth-inning to help Ole Miss dismantle Bethune-Cookman 14-1 Saturday in an elimination game at the NCAA Miami Regional at Mark Light Field.

Cody Overbeck also homered as the Rebels advance to play Sunday at 11 a.m. CT against the loser of Saturday’s second game between Missouri and host Miami.

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Miami 6 Missouri 5 (FINAL)

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – – No. 2-seed Mizzou fell to top-seed Miami by a score of 6-5 on Saturday in the NCAA Coral Gables Regional and will now need to win three-straight games in order to keep its season alive. After the Tigers tied the game with two runs in the top of the eighth inning, Miami retook the lead in the bottom half of the eighth.

Mizzou (39-20) fell behind 5-0 after three innings, but cut the lead to two with a three-run fifth inning and tied the game when junior Steve Gray hit a two-run home run in the top of the eighth inning. However, the Hurricanes answered by plating what would be the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth.

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Coral Gables Regional Day 1 Recap

Missouri 7 Ole Miss 0

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – – Junior All-American Aaron Crow recorded his fourth shutout of the season as Mizzou opened its sixth-consecutive NCAA Regional with a 7-0 win over Ole Miss on Friday in Coral Gables, Fla. Crow stuck out 10 batters and gave up just three hits as he improved to 13-0 on the season. Continue reading

2008 CBB Regional Preview: Coral Gables

The Miami Hurricanes head back to the NCAA Tournament as the top seed in the entire 64 team tournament and will host a Regional in Coral Gables at Mark Light Stadium. The Canes have a 47-8 overall record while going a solid 23-5 in the tough ACC. They will be joined by Missouri and Ole Miss. The Tigers have a 38-19 record while going 16-11 in the Big 12. Ole Miss on the other hand is 37-24 with a conference mark of 15-15. Missouri will send their ace to the mound on Friday to face off against Ole Miss ace Lance Lynn which is one of the top pitching matchups in the first round of the tourney. The final team in the Regional is Bethune-Cookman 36-20 and an outstanding 17-1 in the MEAC. Continue reading

ACC Recap for May 6th

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UNC 9 North Florida 2

CARY, N.C. – Left fielder Kyle Shelton doubled three times and drove in two runs and third baseman Chad Flack reached the 200-RBI mark for his career to lead No. 2 North Carolina to a 9-2 win over North Florida Tuesday at Cary’s USA Baseball National Training Complex. The Tar Heels (39-8) held the Ospreys (26-21) to just four hits en route to their 14th win in the last 15 games. Continue reading

ACC Recap for 4/16

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Miami (FL) 12 FAU 10

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Junior first baseman Yonder Alonso blasted a two-out two-run ninth inning home run and No. 1 Miami overcame a seven-run deficit to rally past Florida Atlantic, 12-10, Wednesday night at FAU Stadium in front of 2,348 fans. Junior closer Carlos Gutierrez (2-1) picked up his second win for the Hurricanes (31-3), who won the season series over the Owls (21-13). Continue reading

ACC Recap for 4/9

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FAU 6 Miami (FL) 3

CORAL GABLES, FL – Florida Atlantic right-hander Michael Obradovich struck out a season-best seven batters, allowing just three runs in eight outstanding innings and All-America candidate William Block hit two home runs in the Owls’ 6-3 win over No. 1 Miami.

Florida Atlantic (19-11) bolstered its 2008 resume with a road win over the nation’s best team. FAU is averaging 41 victories per season since 1999, during that span the Owls have qualified for NCAA Regional play six times. Continue reading

ACC Recap for 4/8

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Miami 4 Florida Gulf Coast 2 (11 innings)

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – For the second time in the last four games, a walk-off home run propelled No. 1 Miami to a win. Junior left fielder Dave DiNatale sent the first pitch he saw in the bottom of the 11th over the fence in left field as top-ranked Miami walked off with a 4-2 win over Florida Gulf Coast Tuesday night at Mark Light Field. DiNatale finished 2-for-4 and drove in all four runs for the Hurricanes (27-2) who extended their winning streak to 14 games. Continue reading

Hofstra, Louisville, Ohio State, Monmouth, NIU, James Madison, and North Florida pick up wins

Hofstra 12 Coppin State 3

Hempstead, NY- Hofstra scored three or more runs in the first three innings during which Matt Kougasian had four RBI and Nick Panzarella had three RBI as the Pride defeated Coppin State, 12-3, Wednesday afternoon. With the victory the Pride improve to 8-16 while the Eagles fall to 3-23.

Hofstra jumped out to a three-run lead in the first inning. After the first three runners reached base for the Pride, Kougasian drove a run home with a sacrifice fly for the first run. One batter later Panzarella delivered Hofstra’s only hit of the inning to bring home two and increase the lead to 3-0. Continue reading

Canisius, Fullerton, Alabama, and Louisville pick up wins

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Canisius 21 Delaware State 12

Entering the week having scored 29 runs in its previous six games, the Canisius College baseball team has scored 33 runs in the last two games as the Golden Griffins defeated Delaware State 21-12 at Soldier Field in Dover, Del. on Tuesday. Canisius has now won four straight and 10 of its last 11. Continue reading

Temple, Rider, and JMU pick up wins

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James Madison 10 Va Tech 3

BLACKSBURG, Va., March 11, 2008 – James Madison University led from start to finish and put five runs on the board in the ninth inning to pull away from Virginia Tech for a 10-3 non-conference baseball win Tuesday afternoon at English Field.

JMU improved to 9-3 overall and won its fifth in a row for the first time since late in the 2006 season. It is the first five-game winning streak of entirely road games since 1995. VT dropped to 7-7 for the season. The Dukes won their third straight game at English Field with the last loss in 1998. They improved to 30-20 all-time against the Hokies, including five wins in a row and a 12-3 mark since that loss in 1998. Continue reading