Here are some of the best stories going on right now in College Baseball. April 15th 2009 will be known for a major upset in Baton Rouge LA where Nicholls State picked up a 3-1 victory over the LSU Tigers. The most impressive thing was that the Colonels used eight different pitchers in the game […]
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The Warning Track with Brian Foley checks in today looking at all the upsets on April 14th around College Baseball. We can call April 14th as the Day of the Upset as ten ranked teams picked up losses to either a lower ranked squad or a team outside of the Top 30. The biggest one […]
Here are some of the highlights of the day. Ryan Rivers of Charlotte hit for the cycle on Saturday in a 12-2 victory over George Washington. Rivers picked up his first career triple of his career and hit his 10th homer of the season. The full recap is available here.
The Warning Track with Brian Foley checks in today with some of the best action from Friday night. The first story of the night was Kent State’s Brad Stillings (TCBB 40th Best Player) twirling a nine inning no-hitter against Toledo as the Golden Flashes picked up a 1-0 victory over MAC rival Toledo. Stillings went […]
The Warning Track with Brian Foley checks in today with some of the biggest question marks heading into the weekend’s action. The Big East squads and a few other conferences started up play on Thursday to avoid having a conflict with the Easter holiday on this Sunday. I find it very odd that one of […]
This is a new feature on the site where I will talk about some of the biggest news stories of the past few days. The Arkansas Razorbacks picked up another victory over Arizona State on Wednesday night to sweep the brief two game set from the Arizona State Sun Devils in front of a record […]
I will check in throughout the season with my thoughts on some recent news and notes in College Baseball. The biggest news on Tuesday was Arizona State dropping a tough road game against Arkansas 7-3 in Baum Stadium. The Razorbacks are now 23-6 while being 10-2 in the SEC. I know some people have questions […]