LAKE CHARLES – Thirty-four home games and nine contests against NCAA Tournament teams are among the many highlights on a competitive 2015 McNeese baseball schedule as announced by head coach Justin Hill on Wednesday. Continue reading
Sam Houston State head baseball coach Matt Deggs has announced the schedule for the 2015 season, featuring 25 games at Don Sanders Stadium. Deggs’ first season at the helm will feature home games against Baylor, Houston, Rice and Texas A&M.
As I drove down Ocean Drive towards the TAMUCC campus, chocked full of anticipation for my senior season, I began to reflect upon my past three years as an Islander. It amazes me how this baseball program has evolved and changed in my short tenure here. I thought about all of my teammates that have come and gone through this program, and what being an Islander has meant to me. I remembered how I felt on this day, three years ago as a freshman, meeting the coaching staff and upperclassmen. I was both nervous and excited to begin my career as an Islander. As I approached the Island Campus for my fourth year, my nerves and excitement had not faded in the least. Continue reading
The University of The Incarnate Word has released their 2015 schedule which features a home opening series against the Northeastern Huskies. They will also host series against Southeastern Louisiana, Prairie View A&M, Houston Baptist, Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkansas, and Texas A&M Corpus Christi. Continue reading
Matt Deggs joins Sam Houston State as the school’s eighth head baseball coach, Athletics Director Bobby Williams announced Friday. The former hitting coach for Louisiana-Lafayette, Texas A&M and Arkansas will bring his aggressive offensive approach to the Bearkats.
“I am very humbled and honored to have this opportunity and it is a privilege for me and my family to come be a part of Sam Houston State,” Deggs said. “I’m excited for the opportunity to lead the Bearkats in this new era of baseball and to be a great steward of the program that Mark Johnson and David Pierce did such a great job leading. We’re ready to hit the ground running.” Continue reading
The six candidates bring a wide variety of collegiate and professional baseball experience, while several candidates have made it to the pinnacle of College Baseball, either playing or coaching in the College World Series. Continue reading
Sam Houston State 9 Siena 2
FORT WORTH — Sam Houston State staved off elimination with a 9-2 win over Siena to reach a second NCAA Regional final in the last three seasons. The Bearkats (43-18) will get a rematch with TCU (44-15) Sunday at 7 p.m. If the Kats beat the Horned Frogs Sunday the two teams will meet again Monday night at 7 p.m. Continue reading
Houston 9 SE Louisiana 5
BATON ROUGE, La. – No. 9 Houston Baseball kept its season alive with a 9-5 win over Southeastern LA on Sunday afternoon in the Baton Rouge Regional at Alex Box Stadium and will now prepare to face (1) (8) No. 4 LSU in a must-win game to force a Monday Regional final. Continue reading
Siena 9 Dallas Baptist 8 (10 innings)
Vincent Citro drove home the game-winning run with two outs in the bottom of the 10th setting off a celebration 45 years in the making. Siena rallied from an early 7-0 deficit to shock #28 Dallas Baptist and the rest of the College Baseball World with a wild 9-8 victory Saturday at Lupton Stadium in Fort Worth, the program’s first in NCAA Tournament play.
Southeastern Louisiana 2 Bryant 1 (10 innings)
BATON ROUGE, La. – Leading 2-1 in the 10th inning, Southeastern Louisiana right fielder Andrew Godbold threw out Bryant’s Dan Cellucci at the plate to end the game Saturday at Alex Box Stadium and seal the Lions’ first NCAA postseason win since the 1992 season. Continue reading