The past weekend was the opening weekend for the Southeastern Conference play. As always in the SEC, the weekend was full of exciting game play and surprising outcomes. Continue reading
Here are your March 16-18 SEC Weekend Pitching Matchups. Continue reading
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HOUSTON, TX — The three-day Houston College Classic baseball tournament (March 2-4) concluded tonight at Minute Maid Park, with Arkansas, Rice and the University of Houston each finishing with 2-1 records. Tennessee, Texas and Texas Tech rounded out the field with 1-2 marks.
Each team placed at least one player on the 2012 Houston College Classic All-Tournament Team, which was highlighted by the Classic’s Most Outstanding Player P Jordan Stephens from Rice, who pitched 7.0 scoreless frames in tonight’s nightcap. Continue reading
After dropping their game Friday to Houston, College Baseball Daily caught up with Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano after the Vols knocked off Texas, 5-4, at the Houston College Classic. Continue reading
HOUSTON – Jared Ray has battled injuries throughout his career as a prep standout and at the University of Houston. After redshirting the 2010 season, Ray appeared in just five games late last season as he was rehabilitating from his third shoulder surgery.
Despite the setbacks, the right-hander pitched well on Friday. Continue reading
This weekend opened up college baseball all across the country. The SEC, currently well-known for recent appearances and championships in the NCAA Baseball post-season, opened up its schedule facing some deep non-conference competition. Here are the weekend recaps for the teams of the baseball-dominant Southeastern Conference. Continue reading
The Tennessee Baseball squad held media day on Tuesday afternoon. The Vols are now coached by former Cal-State Fullerton coach Dave Serrano who is looking to turn around the baseball program. You can check out the full media day press conference below. Continue reading
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The Florida Gators are predicted to repeat as the 2012 Southeastern Conference baseball champions, as voted by the league’s 12 baseball coaches in the 21st annual preseason SEC poll. Continue reading
New Tennessee Head Coach Dave Serrano and his coaching staff were recently mic’d up for one of their early season practices. You can check out the full video below. Continue reading
2011 was a year of confirmation for the SEC. Not only did South Carolina claim its second national championship in as many years, but SEC teams occupied the top three national rankings for the majority of the season. Furthermore, all three of those teams made the trip to Omaha, while seven teams from the SEC made the NCAA tournament—both tallies being the most of any conference in college baseball. In essence, 2011 cemented the SEC’s ascendancy atop college baseball, and 2012 promises to be more of the same. Continue reading