Here is your Patriot League Recap for February 21st.
Game 1: Lafayette 2 Ohio 1
Game 2: Lafayette 10 Davidson 6
DAVIDSON, N.C. — The Leopards began their 2009 baseball season with a bang, taking both games of a season-opening doubleheader in Davidson. Lafayette won a 2-1 decision against Ohio in the day’s first game and capped off the afternoon with a 10-6 win over host Davidson.
Senior shortstop Daniel Bierce led the Lafayette offense with five hits, including a two-run home run against Davidson, and added three RBI. Sophomore righty Zach Fritz tossed 6.2 shutout innings against Ohio and Corey Shea threw four innings of one-run relief in the Leopards’ second victory. Continue reading →
Pitt’s new staff shares thoughts on upcoming season
Your thoughts after joining the Pitt baseball staff?
[Danny] My first thoughts after joining the staff were the possibilities of where the University of Pittsburgh Baseball could go! With new stadium plans set for next season, several other sports programs in the top 25 and an energetic staff, there’s a bright future for PITT Panther Baseball! Continue reading →
The CBB is still gathering the last of the 2009 College Baseball Schedules. One of our loyal readers sent us the LaSalle schedules and we have come across a few more today. Pittsburgh, LaSalle, Akron, Alabama-Birmingham, Maine, UMass, and Southeast Missouri State. If you are looking for a DIV I, II, III, or the NAIA schedules we have them all up top in the drop down menu and on the right.
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE PITTSBURGH– University of Pittsburgh head baseball coach Joe Jordano has announced the signings of four student-athletes for the 2010 season. Jeff Kelly, Steve Shelinsky, Royce Consigli and J.R. Leonardi have made their intentions for next year clear– they want to be Panthers. The four signed national letters of intent to become members of Pitt’s baseball team during the early signing period. Continue reading →
How do you feel about the fall and where your team now stands?
I was pleased with the progress of our team this fall. We had a few injuries that I am concerned about, but the majority of the fall was injury-free and productive. Our objectives this fall were clear and my staff and I felt very good about how we took to the style of play and the focus and intensity of the team was solid. We need to continue to improve in all areas – get stronger and quicker. Continue reading →
Former University of Memphis pitcher Brandon Rowan has joined the Pitt baseball coaching staff announced head coach Joe Jordano. Rowan, who most recently held the head coaching position at Crichton College in Memphis, Tenn., joins the Panthers’ staff as a volunteer assistant coach.
“I am very pleased to have a coach of Brandon Rowan’s character and experience join our staff,” said head coach Jordano.
Hempstead, NY- Hofstra scored three or more runs in the first three innings during which Matt Kougasian had four RBI and Nick Panzarella had three RBI as the Pride defeated Coppin State, 12-3, Wednesday afternoon. With the victory the Pride improve to 8-16 while the Eagles fall to 3-23.
Hofstra jumped out to a three-run lead in the first inning. After the first three runners reached base for the Pride, Kougasian drove a run home with a sacrifice fly for the first run. One batter later Panzarella delivered Hofstra’s only hit of the inning to bring home two and increase the lead to 3-0. Continue reading →
Here is you ACC Recap for 2/24. We had 15 games involving ACC teams on Sunday.
Georgia Southern 18 Boston College 6
STATESBORO, Ga. – The Boston College (2-1, 0-0 ACC) baseball team dropped the final game of a three-game series to Georgia Southern (1-2, 0-0 SoCon), 18-6, Sunday afternoon at J.I. Clements Stadium. Barry Butera was the bright spot offensively for the Eagles. The second baseman registered a 3-for-5 day with a 2-run homer and three RBIs. Continue reading →
The College Baseball Blog continues our tradition of bringing our readers a daily recap on ACC action. All the schools were in action on Saturday with a total of 19 games taking place. Continue reading →