GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida baseball program and ninth-year head coach Kevin O’Sullivan announced its 2016 schedule on Wednesday. The Gators’ 56-game schedule features 34 games within the friendly confines of McKethan Stadium at Perry Field, where the squad is 231-69 (.770) during O’Sullivan’s tenure. Florida went 52-18 last season, reached the College […]
ATHENS——The Georgia Bulldogs will have 34 home games in 2016, featuring Southeastern Conference series with Alabama, Kentucky, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Tennessee. The 56-game college baseball season begins Feb. 19 at Foley Field with a series against Georgia Southern. Eighteen of Georgia’s first 22 games will be at home including playing host to the […]
OXFORD, Miss. – After playing the nation’s toughest schedule in 2015, the Ole Miss baseball team will have another challenging 56-game schedule as the Rebels announced their 2016 campaign Monday morning. The regular season kicks off with Florida International coming to Swayze Field for a three-game series, Feb. 19-21, and culminates when the Rebels hit […]
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Current Texas Rangers star and former Mississippi State baseball great Mitch Moreland recently made a $100,000 donation toward the new Dudy Noble Field, the MSU Bulldog Club announced Thursday. As a result of his significant generosity, the indoor batting cages at the new stadium will be named after him.
PITCHER: Jon Woodcock – Cotuit As we hit the halfway mark of the Cape Cod Baseball League season, players are making a push to maximize their time on the diamonds before they return home. Cotuit’s Jon Woodcock (Virginia Tech) turned in quite a standout performance on the mound this past week, earning him recognition as […]
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – A monster week at the plate and a dominant start on the mound paved the way for Ocean State catcher Chuckie Robinson (Southern Mississippi) and Vermont right-hander Sean Leland (Louisville) being named the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively.
South Carolina’s Spurs & Feathers executive editor Brian Hand recently sat down with head baseball coach Chad Holbrook to discuss the tough season that the squad went through.