Here is your ACC Recap for March 1st. We only saw two games actually take place with eight cancellations with the weather in the southern part fo the USA.
Miami (FL) 16 Florida 2
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The 10th-ranked University of Miami baseball team finished off a sweep of No. 12 Florida with a dominant 16-2 win Sunday afternoon in front of 3,038 fans at McKethan Stadium. The three-game sweep for Miami was the program’s first against Florida in the regular season since the 2001 season. Continue reading →
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Southern Conference baseball coaches and the voting members of the Southern Conference Sports Media Association have each selected Elon as the preseason favorite to repeat as champion in 2009. A year ago, the Phoenix became the first team in seven seasons to win both the regular season and tournament titles en route to a 44-18 season and a berth in the NCAA Regionals. Continue reading →
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Samford baseball program released its 2009 schedule Thursday afternoon. The 2009 season will be Samford’s first as a member of the Southern Conference, the eighth-rated Division I baseball conference in the country. Continue reading →
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The following is the third and final profile of Samford’s baseball signees from the early signing period. Today’s featured signee is Lex Rutledge. The coaching staff will announce further additions in the spring, though there are not expected to be many new additions due to the overall youth of the 2009 Samford Baseball team.
Lex Rutledge (LHP, 6-1, 185, Tupelo High School, Tupelo, Miss.) is a hard-throwing left-handed pitcher that helped lead his Tupelo High School team to a No. 1 national ranking last year after a 20-0 start to the season. He was 3-0 and struck out 20 hitters in 20 innings of work. During the second round of the team’s run to the state finals, he struck out six batters while allowing only one run against Clinton High School. Rutledge is ranked the No. 6 pitcher in the state of Mississippi by Perfect Game. Continue reading →
With today being November 12th, We enter the first step for potential college baseball athletes in deciding on where they will play for the next 3-4 years. The next step will be to see where they get drafted in the MLB Draft in June and the final step will be to see if they make it to campus in September.
As We get press releases they will be posted on the site.
Georgia Tech have signed three prep standouts to NLI’s
Two prep All-Americans highlight a list of three high school standouts that have already signed National Letters of Intent to play baseball at Georgia Tech beginning next fall, head coach Danny Hall announced Wednesday. Continue reading →