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2014 Preseason American Athletic Conference Preseason Poll

LouisvilleFeaturedImagePROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Louisville Cardinals enter the season as the unanimous 2014 Preseason American Athletic Conference favorite after advancing to the College World Series for the second time in school history last season. Louisville received eight first-place votes and 64 points in the coaches’ preseason poll. Three teams tied for second place, as UCF, UConn and Houston all received 47 points. Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Temple Baseball will be Cut at End of 2014 Season

UPDATED AT 1:00AM on December 7th
TempleHuddleTemple Baseball is among the seven sports cut by the University as announced on Friday afternoon. This move is stated to help the athletic department save over three million dollars in their 44 million dollar budget. The other sports that have been cut are softball, men’s crew, women’s rowing, men’s gymnastics and men’s indoor/outdoor track & field. Continue reading

Temple Baseball To Play Conference Games at Campbell’s Field

PHILADELPHIA - It is a new era for Temple University Baseball, so it is only fitting that the team will be playing in a new stadium.

Entering its first year as a member of the American Athletic Conference, Temple University today announced it will play all but one of its home conference games at beautiful Campbell’s Field, home of the Camden Riversharks.
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2014 CBD Top 100 Countdown: 58. Adam Dian (Temple)

AdamDianTempleWe continue the countdown today with number 58, Temple RHP Adam Dian. In his sophomore campaign with the Owls, Dian appeared in 11 games, allowing only 17 hits and six walks. The right-hander pitched 19.1 innings and posted a 2.65 ERA with 19 strikeouts. With potential to play at the next level, Dian has a solid pitchers build standing at 6’4” 225 pounds. His power arm has him on many people’s watch lists as the 2014 season approaches. Continue reading


2013 Atlantic 10 Preseason Poll Released

St.LouisBaseball_thumb.jpgNEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Saint Louis has been tabbed to claim its third Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball title this spring, according to a vote of the league’s 15 head coaches. Rhode Island was picked second, while league newcomer VCU was selected third. Continue reading


2012 Atlantic 10 Preseason Coaches Poll

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Defending champion Charlotte has been tabbed to claim its third-straight Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball title in 2012, according to a vote of the league’s 13 head coaches. Rhode Island and Dayton round out the top three, respectively.  Continue reading


Temple releases 2012 Schedule

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The grid for a new era of Temple Baseball is set and laid out. First-year head coach Ryan Wheeler has officially released the schedule of opponents that the Owls will face in the 2012 season.

Temple enters 2012 looking to improve on last season’s 24-29 (4-20, A-10) finish. The Owls currently have 52 dates scheduled in 2012, in which they will play 54 games. Live stats will be provided on owlsports.com for all home games and most away games. Times are still yet to be determined for several road games. Continue to check owlsports.com for updates on the schedule, as all dates and times are subject to change. Continue reading


Ryan Wheeler named Head Coach at Temple

PHILADELPHIA – Ryan Wheeler, who has 15 years of Division I coaching experience including the last five as an assistant at Richmond, has been named the head baseball coach at Temple University, announced TU’s Director of Athletics Bill Bradshaw.

“We are thrilled to be able to bring on board a high-caliber person such as Ryan Wheeler to take over the reins of the Temple Baseball program,” Bradshaw said. “Ryan is one of the most respected assistant coaches in the East, and has the skill set and passion to take our program to new heights.” Continue reading

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Temple’s Rob Valli Resigns

According to sources close to the situation, Temple head baseball coach Rob Valli has resigned after his sixth season with the Owls. Temple had a disappointment season which saw them go 24-29 and a terrible 4-20 mark in A-10 play. Before joining the Owls he served as the head coach at Gloucester County College where he was named the 2005 National Coach of the Year. He led GCC to the NJCAA World Series each of the five years he was at the helm of the program. The Roadrunners won the Garden State Athletic Conference and Region XIX title in each of his five seasons (2001-05) and Valli was rewarded with GSAC and Regional Coach of the Year honors following every year. He made his first trip to the NJCAA World Series in 2001, placing third, and followed with runner-up finishes in 2002 and 2003. Continue reading