CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – The Patriot League Baseball 25th Anniversary Team was announced on Wednesday and the military academies led the way as Army West Point had nine former players selected and Navy notched seven.
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DALLAS (NCBWA) – The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association released its National Player of the Week awards for the period ending Feb. 15. Texas Tech junior first baseman Eric Gutierrez was named National Hitter of the Week, while Navy junior left-handed pitcher Luke Gillingham was named National Pitcher of the Week. The NCBWA Board reviews […]
This is the first of my technical “in season” series of blog entries. It is surreal that we are actually departing for Spartanburg, South Carolina for our opening weekend games today. It seems like just yesterday we were practicing in September and the first game seemed like years away back then. Well, the time is […]
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Navy baseball head coach Paul Kostacopoulos announced his team’s 2015 schedule on Wednesday. A season-opening series at North Carolina A&T and the annual Freedom Classic in Kinston, N.C., highlight Navy’s non-conference schedule. The Mids will play a total of 25 games in Annapolis, including a pair of weekend homestands against Patriot League […]
WEST POINT, N.Y. – Army baseball head coach Matt Reid announced the Black Knights’ 2014 schedule on Friday. Army finished last season as the Patriot League’s regular season co-champions and advanced to the postseason for the eighth consecutive season. The Black Knights won 33 games in 2014 and posted a 15-5 Patriot League record in […]
Now that the semester is in full swing I figured it was time for another entry. We are already four weeks into classes at West Point and over two weeks into our fall season. This is always a difficult time for college baseball players because there are no official NCAA games and no tournaments. It […]
The 2014 College World Series is “in the books” and various collegiate summer leagues around the country are winding down–focus is gradually returning to textbooks and 8 a.m. classes (for some of us). Beginning now and continuing through the fall and spring semesters, I will be taking you along with me as I comment on […]