Indiana State head coach Mitch Hannah recently sat down with In the Haute to discuss the summer, expectations for this past season, and the recruiting process. You can check out the full audio interview below.
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Indiana State baseball announced its 2016 schedule on Tuesday afternoon. Sycamore baseball is coming off of its seventh consecutive winning season, going 28-26 in 2015. ISU is scheduled to face nine teams that qualified for the NCAA tournament in 2015. The Sycamores open up the 2016 season with 13 games on […]
CARBONDALE, Ill. – Saluki baseball head coach Ken Henderson announced the schedule for the 2016 season on Wednesday. The schedule features 34 home games, with 21 road games and one neutral site game. Southern will play 18 games against teams (Iowa, St. John’s, Illinois, Dallas Baptist, Missouri State, and Bradley) that qualified for the 2015 […]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The 2016 Missouri State baseball schedule will feature a total of 55 games, including 30 home dates and match-ups against six different 2015 NCAA Tournament teams, head coach Keith Guttin announced Friday. In all, the Bears are scheduled to play 30 games against 12 different opponents that rated among the top 100 […]
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”> What a catch, @BGraham_15! @MSUBearBaseball clicked on all cylinders with a big win over Mizzou! #MSUBears #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/RCRRZlPiVA — Missouri State Bears (@MissouriStBears) April 29, 2015
University of Evansville’s Josh Jyawook absolutely stole a homerun from Indiana’s Craig Dedelow in the video below. Is it the catch of the year?
About a month ago, Wichita State was found in violation of NCAA rules in regards to how some of their student athletes were getting apparel and shoes. (Full Article) The plan was for Wichita State to appeal the decision but late last night Wichita State President changed course with the following statement:
FROM NCAA.COM Wichita State did not monitor the activities of a former administrative assistant regarding her use of a VIP account provided by the school’s apparel provider, according to a decision issued by a Division I Committee on Infractions panel. For nearly two years, 21 baseball players purchased shoes, clothing, hunting gear and other non-athletics […]