Washington State head coach Donnie Marbut has been suspended for six games for allegedly “spraying” an umpire during the Cougars loss to Oregon on Friday night. Continue reading
The Sacramento State Hornets held their home opener on Friday afternoon against UC-Riverside. In the third inning, UC Riverside Eddie Young got caught in a rundown and appears to be tagged out aggressively by Sacramento State’s Andrew Ayers who pushes Young after the tag. Young then turns around throwing a punch at Ayers before more players come into the fray. UC Riverside’s Eddie Young and Drake Zarate and Sacramento State’s Andrew Ayers were ejected. Each player will now face an NCAA mandated four game suspension for fighting. Last season, Ayers was named the WAC player of the year. You can check out the full video of the fight from KCRA below. Continue reading
John Whittle of South Carolina 24/7 reports that South Carolina Gamecocks junior RHP Ethan Carter has been suspended by the team after it became public that Carter was arrested on March 9th for drunkenness. Carter is a transfer from Louisburg College and has appeared in five games out of the bullpen with a -0 record while not letting up a run yet. Continue reading
According to Southern Miss sports information director Jack Duggan, Thompson won’t be playing as long as the Eagles are playing this summer while Thomas is just temporary unavailable over these academic issues. Thomas could potentially be available by the end of the C-USA and NCAA Tournaments. Continue reading
On Saturday afternoon, BYU and New Mexico were involved in an altercation in which both benches emptied and punches were thrown. The Mountain West Conference announced on Monday that eleven student athletes were suspended while BYU head baseball coach Vance Law was reprimanded over the incident. I wonder if the BYU Honor Code says anything about fighting in it and whether the Cougars players will face more discipline from the university. You can check out New Mexico catcher Mitchell Garver’s one finger salute below. We have also included video the brawl between the two schools and the full press release from the Mountain West Conference. Continue reading
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Southern Conference supports the College of Charleston’s decision to suspend assistant baseball coach Matt Heath for an additional two games beyond his league-mandated one-game suspension following his ejection from Tuesday night’s game. The league expects to take no further action on the matter.
Video of the incident is below. Continue reading
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
Fullerton, Calif. – Cal State Fullerton baseball Head Coach Dave Serrano has announced the suspension of eight players for this weekend’s non-conference series at the University of Hawaii for a violation of team rules.
Florida senior infielder/outfielder Bryson Smith was arrested by Gainesville Police after being spotted making two wide turns and drift into a curb on NW 16th Avenue, according to a police report. According to the Florida Times-Union, Smith told the officer he was picking up his friends and had consumed one beer but failed several sobriety tests. He was taken into custody and brought to the Alachua County Jail, refusing to give a breath sample. Continue reading
UPDATED ON FEB. 7th AT 11:30PM
In a release from the University of Oregon, it has been announced that 2010 All-Pac 10 Infielder KC Serna has been suspended indefinitely by the program:
EUGENE – Oregon junior shortstop KC Serna has been suspended indefinitely due to a violation of team rules, it was announced today by Oregon baseball head coach George Horton.
Serna continues to practice with the Oregon baseball team, and his return to game action is to be determined.
This is the second suspension for Serna. He was suspended last season for three games also for a violation of team rules.