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Friday Night Recap

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Wake Forest @ #5 North Carolina

Wake Forest upset #5 North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Friday night 7-6 in extra innings. The Demon Deacons played twelve innings against the Tar Heels, winning the ACC series opener on a sac fly by Mark Rhine that scored Carlos Lopez. Continue reading

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ACC Weekend Preview (March 9th-11th)

The ACC opens up conference play with only one series featuring ranked squads with #6 ranked North Carolina Tar Heels heading north to play the 17th ranked Clemson Tigers. The other weekend series see the #8 ranked Florida State Seminoles heading to Duke, #9 ranked Georgia Tech heading to NC State, Boston College visiting #14 ranked Miami (FL), Virginia Tech going to #27 Virginia, and #30 ranked Maryland visiting Wake Forest. Continue reading

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ACC Weekend Preview (Feb. 17th-19th)

Here is your weekly look into the ACC as we open up the 2012 season. This will be very short this week as we are entering the first week of play and you can check out our full ACC season preview by clicking hereContinue reading

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2012 CBD All-American Teams Announced

College Baseball Daily has put together with our large staff of College Baseball writers our first annual All-American Team. You can check out the full team below.  Continue reading

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Alumni Game Recaps for Feb. 11th

Here is your Alumni Game Recaps from games played on February 11th.

Miami (FL) Alumni Game

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami baseball team hosted its 2012 Fanfest and Alumni Game on Saturday night at Mark Light Field at Alex Rodriguez Park.

World Series champion outfielder Jon Jay, Minnesota Twins third baseman Danny Valencia, Oakland Athletics infielder Jemile Weeks and Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez were among the star-studded ProCanes alumni group in attendance. Continue reading

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2012 CBD Season Preview: ACC

The story of the year in the ACC was how much more dominant the ACC Coastal Division was with four teams winning 19 or more games on the year. Virginia ended up tying Georgia Tech for the overall conference and Coastal Division titles with identical 22-8 records. North Carolina finished in third place in the division with a 20-10 record while Miami (FL) went 19-10 for fourth place. Virginia Tech started the conference season with one win in their first nine games but ended up going 10-11 the rest of the year to finish the season with an 11-19 record. Duke finished in last place with a 7-23 mark. Continue reading