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2014 Summit League Preseason Coaches Poll

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SummitLeagueELMHURST, Ill. – Omaha is favored to repeat as The Summit League baseball regular season champion in a preseason vote among the league’s head coaches.

The Mavericks received three first-place votes and a total of 15 points. South Dakota State came in second with 12 points and one first-place vote while North Dakota State had 10 points for third place. Western Illinois received the final first-place vote and totaled eight points followed by Fort Wayne with five points. Continue reading

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San Francisco Outlasts South Dakota in the Eugene Regional Elimination Game

SanFranFeaturedSan Francisco has played 24 innings in two days, and are now guaranteed at least another nine, after the Dons defeated South Dakota 4-3 in 13 innings in the Eugene Regional at PK Park.

“We are trying to set a record for most innings played in a regional appearance,” said San Francisco head coach Nino Giarratano. “Hopefully we can stay here and play all 18 innings in two games, not just one tomorrow.” Continue reading

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Ducks Healy Delivers; Oregon wins 3-2

RyonHealyOregonFeatured2In the Eugene Regional’s nightcap, the #1 seed Oregon Ducks squared off against the #4 seed South Dakota State Jackrabbits at PK Park in Eugene, Ore.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, with runners at first and second, Oregon first baseman Ryon Healy roped a double to the left field gap giving Oregon a 3-2 lead and eventually a opening night victory. Continue reading

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2013 Eugene NCAA Regional Preview

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The Oregon Ducks and PK Park were once again selected as a regional host site for the second straight year. The announcement that a regional would take place in Eugene again, made Oregon one of eight programs (Florida State, LSU, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, and UCLA) to be awarded back-to-back hosting opportunities. It’s quite a feat if you consider that Oregon reinstated baseball in 2009. Continue reading

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2013 Summit League Preseason Coaches Poll

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NDSUBaseballELMHURST, Ill. – North Dakota State was favored to capture its first Summit League Baseball Tournament title in a preseason vote among the league’s six head coaches. The Bison received five first-place votes and a total of 25 points.

South Dakota State placed second with 17 points, followed closely by Oakland who received the final first-place vote and 16 points. The Golden Grizzlies received the final first-place vote. Western Illinois (15 points), Fort Wayne (nine points) and league newcomer Omaha (eight points) rounded out the poll. Continue reading

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2012 Summit League Preseason Coaches Poll

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ELMHURST, Ill. – Oral Roberts is favored to win its 15th-straight Summit League Baseball Tournament title in a vote among the league’s seven head coaches. The Golden Eagles received six first-place votes and 36 points. Continue reading

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South Dakota State releases 2012 Schedule

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The South Dakota State University baseball team will play a challenging schedule during the 2012 season in hopes of taking over the top spot in The Summit League.

“Our early non-conference schedule is tough and will get us ready for the Summit League season,” first-year coach Dave Schrage said. “We play a wide variety of opponents and continue to play some of the bigger schools in the region” Continue reading

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Brian Grunzke named Assistant Coach at South Dakota State

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South Dakota State University baseball coach Dave Schrage announced Thursday the hiring of Brian Grunzke as assistant coach.

“We are very fortunate to be able to hire someone as experienced and successful as Brian Grunzke,” Schrage said. “He has a very extensive background as both a head and assistant coach. He is one of the finest recruiters in the Midwest and a great teacher of the game. We are very excited to have him join the Jackrabbit family.” Continue reading