OMAHA, Neb. – Dane Steinhagen led TCU with three RBI as the No. 7-seeded Horned Frogs eliminated LSU in an 8-4 victory at the 2015 Men’s College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
TCU (51-14) advances to a bracket two matchup against Vanderbilt on Friday at 7 p.m. The Frogs must win twice to reach the CWS Finals.
Continue reading 2015 College World Series Game 10 Recap: TCU 8 LSU 4
OMAHA, Neb. – A solo home run by Zander Wiel in the seventh inning proved decisive in a tightly
contested 1-0 victory for Vanderbilt over No. 7-seed TCU in the 2015 Men’s College World Series at TD
Ameritrade Park Omaha.
It was the second 1-0 game in as many days at the 2015 CWS, which makes it the first Series with multiple 1-0 games since 1972. Continue reading 2015 College World Series Game 8: Vanderbilt 1 TCU 0
OMAHA, Neb. – TCU took advantage of two big innings and a series of LSU miscues to move past the Tigers 10-3 in Game 3 of the 2015 Men’s College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The lopsided victory was the second in as many days at the 2015 CWS, after Florida defeated Miami 15-3 in Game 2. Continue reading 2015 College World Series Game 3: TCU 10 LSU 3
Carlos Mendez of The Star-Telegram has an extensive preview of the TCU Baseball program’s 2015 campaign. Continue reading TCU Baseball stacked for 2015 Season
FORT WORTH – The TCU baseball program hosted a dedication ceremony Friday for the new G. Malcolm Louden Player Development Center for Baseball. Continue reading TCU Dedicates New Baseball Facility
Now that the semester is in full swing I figured it was time for another entry. We are already four weeks into classes at West Point and over two weeks into our fall season. This is always a difficult time for college baseball players because there are no official NCAA games and no tournaments. It is a time to work on the little things, earn spots in the starting roster, and get to know the younger guys on the team. I personally welcome the fall for two reasons. One, it is the best time to begin coming together as a team as the foundation for the spring is being laid. Two, it provides an opportunity for guys to compete for a starting spot and show what they have been working on in the offseason. Overall, the fall can be taken as a time-filler or a productive period of growth and improvement. Continue reading CBD Journal with Army’s Alex Jensen (September 22nd)
FORT WORTH – TCU baseball head coach Jim Schlossnagle announced the 2015 schedule, which will feature 33 home games. Continue reading TCU releases 2015 Schedule
FORT WORTH – Fresh off leading TCU to its second berth in the College World Series, head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle inked a contract extension through 2020. The Horned Frogs have been postseason participants in 10 of his 11 seasons on campus.
“We’re very excited to announce a contract extension for Jim Schlossnagle to lead our baseball program,” said Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Chris Del Conte. “Jim has done a phenomenal job and is synonymous with TCU and Fort Worth. Continue reading TCU extends Jim Schlossnagle through 2020 Season
OMAHA, Neb. — When they got to the TD Ameritrade Park Thursday afternoon, Ole Miss first baseman Sikes Orvis excitedly turned to roommate Will Allen and told him to look at the flags in centerfield.
Instead of furiously blowing in as they have been for nearly the entire 2014 College World Series, the flags were lazily blowing out. Orvis and Allen took advantage against TCU leading the Rebels to a 6-4 victory to survive another elimination game — Ole Miss’ fourth elimination game in just over two weeks. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Allen, Orvis Power Rebels Past Frogs
OMAHA, Neb. — Ole Miss (48-20) brought out the bats, knocking 11 hits to keep its season alive with a 6-4 victory over TCU (48-18) Thursday night at TD Ameritrade Park.
The Rebels bullpen allowed one hit in 5.2 innings after starter Sam Smith struggled, but it was the veteran boppers in the middle of the Ole Miss lineup that were the difference.
Senior catcher Will Allen, who had to DH due to a bum shoulder, and junior first baseman Sikes Orvis powered the Rebels. The roommates combined for six hits and five RBI. Allen finished 3-for-5 with a two-run double and the game-winning RBI single in the seventh inning to put Ole Miss ahead for good.
After the game, Allen talked about the Ole Miss offense coming alive and how they got wide-eyed when getting to the ballpark and seeing the wind blowing out today.
Will Allen also discussed the job of the Rebels bullpen and the differences of being the designated hitter rather than being behind the dish. He also talked about his relationship with Sikes Orvis and how the team is staying loose despite facing elimination four times in two weeks.
And Allen was all over Ole Miss’ preseason rankings in the SEC West and how the Rebels are proving the critics wrong.
Check out the full one-on-one interview with Allen: Continue reading College World Series One-On-One: Ole Miss C/DH Will Allen