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2013 America East Preseason Coaches Poll

AmericaEastLogoCAMBRIDGE, Mass.— After a historic run to the College World Series, reigning America East champion and back-to-back regular-season title holder Stony Brook University was picked first in the 2013 America East Preseason Coaches’ poll as determined by a vote by the league’s six head coaches who were not allowed the vote for their own teams. The conference office made the announcement on Wednesday. Continue reading


2013 CBD Season Preview: America East Conference

AmericaEastLogoCollege Baseball Daily continues our series of conference previews today with the America East Conference. The Stony Brook Seawolves have dominated the conference the last two seasons making the College World Series last season after winning the Coral Gables Regional and the Baton Rouge Super Regional. You can check out the full preview below. Continue reading


Stony Brook releases 2013 Schedule

Stony Brook, N.Y. – Games against six 2012 NCAA Tournament teams highlight Stony Brook baseball’s 2013 schedule, coach Matt Senk announced on Thursday.

Stony Brook, which “Shocked The World” on its way to the College World Series, finished last season ranked seventh by Baseball America. The Seawolves won an NCAA-best 52 games in 2012, and had seven players who earned All-America or Freshman All-America honors, including Travis Jankowski who was named ABCA/Rawlings National Co-Player of the Year and a first team All-American by the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and Baseball America. Continue reading


Stony Brook extends Matt Senk through 2017

Stony Brook, N.Y. – The contract of Stony Brook University head baseball coach Matt Senk has been extended through the 2017 season, Director of Athletics Jim Fiore announced on Tuesday. The 2012 NCBWA National Coach of the Year and ABCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year, Senk guided the Seawolves on a memorable run to the College World Series in June. Continue reading


2012 NCAA Regionals Preview: Coral Gables

Coral Gables as a host site comes as a surprise to most, if not all of college baseball. The final host spot came down to a few SEC teams and an ACC team in Miami, and the selection committee opted to have a 3rd regional in the state of Florida, with Miami joining Florida State and Florida as host sites. The Coral Gables regional features two teams from Florida, one from New York, and one from Missouri. Joining the University of Miami (FL), are the Knights of Central Florida from Orlando, the Bears of Missouri State, and the American East Champion Seawolves of Stony Brook. It’s been deemed one of the toughest regionals of all 16 host sites, and action of the double-elimination tournament gets under at 2 PM ET on Friday when the #2 seeded UCF Knights face off vs. #3 seed Missouri state. First seeded Miami will then battle the four seed Stony Brook at 7 PM. The winner of the Coral Gables Regional will match up with the winner of the Baton Rouge (LSU) regional. Continue reading


NCBWA Names National Players of the Week


MORGANTOWN, W.Va – The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA)­ released its National Player of the Week awards for the period ending March 18, today. Stony Brook junior outfielder Travis Jankowski was named National Hitter of the Week, while Mississippi State junior right-hander Chris Stratton was named National Pitcher of the Week. The NCBWA Board reviews candidates from each Division I Conference each week and names winners each Tuesday throughout the season.

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2012 America East Preseason Coaches Poll

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.— The 2011 America East Regular Season Champion Stony Brook University Seawolves top the 2012 Preseason Coaches’ Poll with a deep group of returners back for this season. University of Maine, the 2011 America East Tournament Champions, are close behind the Seawolves and second in the poll. Continue reading


2012 CBD All-American Teams Announced

College Baseball Daily has put together with our large staff of College Baseball writers our first annual All-American Team. You can check out the full team below.  Continue reading