College Baseball Daily continues our Q & A series with college baseball coaches across the country and today we are going to feature one of the winningest coaches in college baseball history. The University of Miami’s legendary Head Coach, entering his 23rd season at the helm of one of the most storied programs in the […]
In this week’s College Baseball Daily Top 25, we welcome two new teams in Oregon State and Radford and see Rice rejoin us after sweeping No. 24 Florida Atlantic University. LSU remains the No. 1 team in college baseball after completing a sweep of previously ranked Missouri. Below the Tigers some shuffling takes place, as […]
Florida State wins rivalry series vs Miami The eleventh ranked Seminoles entered this weekend’s series against the Hurricanes as slight underdogs but quickly made a statement that they were ready to play. There is hardly ever an underdog when the Seminoles and Hurricanes get together, in any sport. The Seminoles made it known that they […]
The ACC went 10-4 on opening day against non conference opponents. (Duke is still in progress and Notre Dame played a double-header) All of the top 25 nationally ranked teams in the ACC secured victories, the only team ranked in the top 30 to lose in the ACC was Clemson (27).
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE The Division I Baseball Committee will move to the use of a flat-seamed baseball for its championship, starting with the 2015 Division I tournament. Currently, raised-seamed baseballs are used in the Division I Baseball Championship. Committee members made the decision to change to a flat-seamed baseball after research conducted this fall […]
The New York Times is reporting that the NCAA has banned live scouting by coaches at live games. This means that coaches will no longer be able to attend other games that they are not participating in so only time they could see a future opponent is in a conference tournament. You can check out […]
FROM NCAA PRESS RELEASE INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division III Baseball Committee has announced the 56 teams that will compete in the 2012 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship. Six teams will compete at four regional sites and eight teams will compete at four regional sites. All regionals will use a double-elimination format. Thirty-eight conference champions qualified […]