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CSU Bakersfield Selected By Coaches To Win 2014 WAC Title

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WAC - Cal State-BakersfieldDENVER, CO – Bakersfield has been selected as the favorite to win the 2014 Western Athletic Conference regular season baseball crown in a vote by the league’s 10 head coaches.

The Roadrunners received 80 points and eight first place votes after winning a share of last season’s WAC regular season title. The ‘Runners went 37-22 overall last season with an 18-9 mark in the WAC. CSUB went 2-1 at last year’s WAC Tournament.
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Seattle University announces 2014 Schedule

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DonnyHarrelSeattleU_thumb.jpgSEATTLE, Wash. – Seattle University head baseball coach Donny Harrel has finalized the 2014 Redhawk baseball schedule, a 54-game regular season schedule that includes 21 home games.

The Redhawks will begin the 2014 campaign with 13 consecutive road contests, starting with four-game weekend series at UC Davis (Feb. 14-16) and at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21-23). From Feb. 27 through March 1, Seattle U will face BYU at Bruce Hurst Field in St. George, Utah, followed by a midweek series at Oregon March 4-5. Continue reading Seattle University announces 2014 Schedule

2013 WAC Preseason Coaches Poll

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WACLogoDENVER – Dallas Baptist has been selected as the favorite to win the 2013 Western Athletic Conference regular season baseball crown in a vote by the league’s 10 head coaches.

The Patriots received 80 points and eight first place votes after a 41-19 season last year as an independent. DBU advanced to its second-straight NCAA Tournament last season. DBU joins the WAC this season after playing as a Division I independent the past nine seasons. As an independent, the Patriots have made three trips to the NCAA tournament, including an NCAA Super Regional appearance in 2011. Continue reading 2013 WAC Preseason Coaches Poll

Big West Weekend Preview (May 13th-15th)

By: Trevor Kuss
The Big West is in full swing with only a few weekends left. All nine teams are in action with four conference match-ups taking the field and another team playing out of conference. Long Beach travels to Fullerton for a tough match-up, UC Davis travels south to Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara hosts the Anteaters of Irvine and Riverside will be in Northridge. The lone out-of-conference game has the Pacific Tigers going north to take on the Red Hawks of Seattle University. Continue reading Big West Weekend Preview (May 13th-15th)

Seattle University releases 2011 Schedule

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SEATTLE, Wash. – Seattle University head baseball coach Donny Harrel has finalized the 2011 competition schedule for the baseball team, which includes 32 home games against teams from conferences such as the Pac-10, WAC, Big East, WCC, and Mountain West, as well as 24 road contests against some of the top teams in the country. Continue reading Seattle University releases 2011 Schedule

Previewing Fall Baseball with Seattle’s Donny Harrel

DonnyHarrelSeattleU Seattle University Media Relations recently sat down with head coach Donny Harrel to preview the Fall Baseball season. Last season was Seattle’s first season in Division 1 baseball and they went a disappointing 11-39. The star of the team was Bryndon Ecklund who led the team with a .352 batting average. You can check out the full interview from Seattle Media Relations below.

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CBB Visit: Seattle U. vs. Brigham Young, U. of Portland

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Seattle U. 8, Brigham Young 7
U. of Portland 16, Seattle U. 9

The Seatlle University Redhawks, playing their first baseball season since 1986, had five wins prior to this week, and their 28 losses included a shutout by Division III Pacific Lutheran. Win #6 came on April 29, the night prior to this visit. The Redhawks defeated Brigham Young 3-2 (16 innings; story: Seattle U Baseball Wins Marathon Over BYU in 16 Innings, 3-2).

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Pac-10 Weekend Recap (Feb. 19-21)

Mooneyham It was one heck of a weekend for the Pac-10. Coming off of a disastrous 2009 campaign in which only three teams qualified for a Regional and only one made it past the first weekend, the conference came out in a complete 180 in the 2010 season’s opening weekend. As a whole, the Pac-10 went 9-0 on Friday, 10-2 on Saturday and then 6-2 on Sunday for a weekend record of 25-4 with the opponent’s including Rice, Fullerton, Cal Poly, Long Beach St. and Hawaii. After three days of the 2010 season, no team has more than one loss.

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More 2010 Schedules

PeteGreskoffBrown Here are some more 2010 schedules for schools that haven’t put out press releases.

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