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Southland Conference Recap 02-21-09

Gabriel Garcia-Serrano delivered a 2-RBI double in his first at bat of the 2009 season.
Gabriel Garcia-Serrano delivered a 2-RBI double in his first at bat of the 2009 season.

Late Rally Gets Delta Devils Past Stephen F Austin In Season Opener

The Lumberjack baseball team kept the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils at bay for the majority of the afternoon, but MVSU was able to scrape across a run in the bottom of the ninth to pick up a season-opening 4-3 win over SFA at the rain-soaked ULM Warhawk Classic.
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Southland Conference Recap for February 20th

Taylor Freeman hit his first home run of the year and the ninth of his career for the Cowboys on Friday.-Courtesy: Louis Bonnette
Taylor Freeman hit his first home run of the year and the ninth of his career for the Cowboys on Friday.-Courtesy: Louis Bonnette

McNeese opens season with victory over Houston Baptist

On Friday evening at Cowboy Diamond on the campus of McNeese State University, the HBU baseball team out-hit McNeese State but fell by a score of 9-6 in the season-opener for both teams.

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Southland Conference Opening Weekend Series Preview

Southland Conference
Southland Conference

The 2009 baseball season begins Friday with 11 of the 12 Southland Conference teams in action. Texas State is the first conference team to play Friday, meeting Arkansas State in the UT Arlington/Hilton Invitational at 11 a.m., CDT. Stephen F. Austin, the lone league team not opening its season on Friday, tosses out its first pitch Saturday at 7 p.m. at Louisiana-Monroe at the ULM Warhawk Classic. Saturday’s Southland schedule features four doubleheaders. Lamar, Sam Houston State, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and UTSA all have a twin bill scheduled. All 12 schools are in action on Sunday.
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Newspaper Recap from Feb. 16th

I ran across four great articles about college baseball today. We will try to do this everyday until the end of the season, if you see an article send it to us by clicking here.

The first article of the day comes from CBS4 in Miami which talks about the Miami Hurricanes chances in the 2009 season. Coach Jim Morris considers this his least experianced team since he came to Miami in terms of starting position players. You can check ou the full article including some video by clicking here. Continue reading Newspaper Recap from Feb. 16th

Southland Announces Preseason All-Conference Baseball Teams

eams feature four 2008 award winners, including UTSA’s Michael Rockett, the conference player of the year.- Courtesy: Southland.org
UTSA’s Michael Rockett (Courtesy of Southland.org)

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

FRISCO, Texas – UTSA senior Michael Rockett, the 2008 Southland Conference Baseball Player of the Year, highlights a talented list of players on the 2009 preseason all-conference teams, the league office announced Wednesday in conjunction with the release of the preseason polls.

A native of Sugar Land, Texas, Rockett led a powerful UTSA lineup to its second consecutive regular-season title in 2008. A 2008 second-team All-American, Rockett was the first conference player of the year at UTSA since 2002. A constant threat at the plate, Rockett pounded out a .360 batting average, which ranked ninth in the conference. He also finished third in the league in hits (89) and runs batted in (68).
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UTSA Picked to Win Southland Conference Baseball Title

UTSA unanimous pick to defend Southland Conference Championship
UTSA unanimous pick to defend Southland Conference Championship

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

FRISCO, Texas – UTSA has been favored to win its third consecutive Southland Conference regular-season baseball championship by a vote of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors, the conference announced Wednesday.

The Roadrunners received five first-place votes and 110 points in the coaches’ poll and five first-place votes and 111 points in the SID poll. UTSA, which finished with the best conference record in both the 2007 and 2008 seasons, finished with a 39-19 overall record, tying the school record for wins. The Roadrunners welcome back 22 letterwinners, 10 pitchers and six position starters from a team that was 22-8 in league play to finish atop the West Division.

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College Baseball Early Signing Period-Odds and ends

Some schools will send out a press releases when they have everybody signed and some will send out multiple releases when they have received the LOIs. Today that is what I will be working on. Gathering all those press releases with one or two signings and then posting them here in this article. If you have one that we have not posted please let us know and we will be more than happy to put the info out.

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Meade Tenth Player to sign with Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

exas A&M-Corpus Christi baseball head coach Scott Malone announced the tenth member of its 2009 recruiting class as Josh Meade has signed to join the Islanders.
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College Baseball Early Signing period-Part TWO

South Carolina Baseball Announces 2008 Signing Class

The University of South Carolina baseball program has announced the signing of 12 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent during the November early signing period. The class includes five players from the South Carolina Diamond Devils AAU squad that won a pair of national championships this summer as well as the top rated high school players out of the states of North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia. It consists of 10 high school players as well as two junior college standouts.
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