SPARTANBURG, SC – Wofford College announced the 2015 baseball schedule today, with 24 of the first 28 games of the season at home. A two-game road series against defending national champion Vanderbilt and trips to Clemson and South Carolina are also on the slate for head coach Todd Interdonato and his squad.
Last season, Wofford set the school record for wins with 32. The team also secured a winning record for the first time since 1992 and reached the semifinals of the Southern Conference Tournament for only the second time in school history. Continue reading
Alabama 6 Georgia Southern 0
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Geoffrey Bramblett threw a complete-game shutout to lead the Alabama Crimson Tide to a 6-0 victory over the Georgia Southern Eagles on Sunday afternoon from Dick Howser Stadium. Following the win, Alabama will play the Kennesaw State Owls tonight at 4 p.m. CT. Alabama will need to defeat the Owls twice to win the Tallahassee Regional. Continue reading
Alabama 6 Florida State 5
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Alabama starting pitcher Justin Kamplain threw eight innings and the Crimson Tide held on in the ninth inning to defeat the Florida State Seminoles, 6-5, in the Tallahassee Regional elimination game on Saturday afternoon from Dick Howser Stadium. Continue reading
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Kennesaw State 1 Alabama 0
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – With a career-high 8.2 innings pitched from lefty Travis Bergen, the No. 27 Kennesaw State baseball team rode strong starting pitching to a 1-0 shutout win over Alabama in the Tallahassee Regional. Continue reading
The Florida State Seminoles welcome Alabama, Kennesaw State, and Georgia Southern. Continue reading
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Hello College Baseball Fans,
I want to start out this blog by talking about this week’s one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing and all the people who were affected by it. Having lived in Boston while my dad was playing with the Red Sox, I learned what a special city it really is. The way that the people rallied around each other to help make the anniversary a way of thanking all the heroes and celebrating the lives of those we lost is something that will be remembered in the city forever. I personally want to thank each individual person who had an impact in bringing the city together and making the anniversary something people will never forget. Continue reading
When it comes to being an athlete, there is one constant in nearly every sport — having teammates you spend almost every waking moment with. With most, you develop relationships that will last a lifetime and are people you can always look for when you need help the most. That is exactly the case when it comes to my teammates on the Appalachian State baseball team. A group of 35-plus guys who come to the park every day ready to back each other up until the very end. This season has had its tales of ups and downs and in the sport of baseball that’s to be expected. In my opinion, there is no harder sport to succeed at day in and day out. Continue reading
Hello College Baseball Fans,
When College Baseball Daily gave me the opportunity to write a blog for their website, I wanted it to be an inside look at what it’s like to be a college baseball player. I hope that my readers have enjoyed my blogs to date. It has been a blast being able to write about what I love to do most. Continue reading