Legendary Miami (FL) Hurricanes head baseball coach Ron Fraser passed away on Sunday at the age of 79 after battling Alzheimer’s disease the last few years. Fraser led the Canes to two national titles in 1982 and 1985 while bringing the school to 12 College World Series appearances in 30 seasons. He changed the way College Baseball was dealt with across the country. You can check out all the tributes from across the country below. Continue reading Legendary Miami (FL) coach Ron Fraser Passes Away
As we start counting down to the first pitch of the 2013 season, we are running some of the best posters from schools across the country. The team we feature today is the Miami Hurricanes who are coming off a 36-23 overall campaign and 16-14 mark in ACC play. You can check out the poster below. Future posters can be sent to me by clicking here. Continue reading Poster of the Day: Miami Hurricanes
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. – On the day his team officially begins its 2012-13 campaign with the opening of fall practice, University of Miami head baseball coach Jim Morris released the team’s 2013 schedule Tuesday.
Miami’s 56-game regular season campaign, which includes 37 games inside Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, features 10 weekend series’ against Atlantic Coast Conference competition. Continue reading Miami (FL) releases 2013 Schedule
The Hurricanes have not made a College World Series appearance since the 2008 team . That team featured Yonder Alonso, Jemile Weeks, among others, and was the number 1 team in the country for the majority of the year. Continue reading CBD Column: Miami Baseball Needs to Return to their Glory Days?
Coral Gables as a host site comes as a surprise to most, if not all of college baseball. The final host spot came down to a few SEC teams and an ACC team in Miami, and the selection committee opted to have a 3rd regional in the state of Florida, with Miami joining Florida State and Florida as host sites. The Coral Gables regional features two teams from Florida, one from New York, and one from Missouri. Joining the University of Miami (FL), are the Knights of Central Florida from Orlando, the Bears of Missouri State, and the American East Champion Seawolves of Stony Brook. It’s been deemed one of the toughest regionals of all 16 host sites, and action of the double-elimination tournament gets under at 2 PM ET on Friday when the #2 seeded UCF Knights face off vs. #3 seed Missouri state. First seeded Miami will then battle the four seed Stony Brook at 7 PM. The winner of the Coral Gables Regional will match up with the winner of the Baton Rouge (LSU) regional. Continue reading 2012 NCAA Regionals Preview: Coral Gables
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INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA Division I Baseball Committee announced the 16 regional sites for the 66th annual NCAA Division I Baseball Championship. Continue reading 2012 NCAA Regional Sites Announced
The ACC Tournament kicks off on Wednesday morning when Florida State takes on Georgia Tech at 11am. The rest of the matchups on Wednesday are NC State vs Miami and North Carolina vs Wake Forest. Continue reading 2012 ACC Tournament Preview
Here is your ACC Weekend Preview for May 17th-19th. Continue reading ACC Weekend Preview
Here is your ACC Weekend Pitching Matchups and Predictions. Continue reading ACC Weekend Preview
Here is your ACC Pitching Matchups/Predictions for this weekend. Continue reading ACC Weekend Preview