PROVIDENCE, R.I. – After winning the NCAA Charlottesville Regional and advancing to the Super Regional round last season, East Carolina earned six first-place votes and has been tabbed to win the 2017 American Athletic Conference championship by the league’s eight head coaches.
NEW ORLEANS – It’s been nearly a decade since the new Greer Field at Turchin Stadium first opened its gates to Tulane baseball fans for the 2008 season, and along with the changes first-year head coach Travis Jewett has already brought to the program, fans will also notice some improvements to the baseball facility in the […]
NEW ORLEANS – Tulane Director of Athletics Troy Dannen has introduced Travis Jewett, who has spent the last four years at Vanderbilt University helping build a national baseball powerhouse, as the 24th head coach of the Tulane Green Wave baseball program on Thursday, July 14. “I look forward to having Travis, and his wife Tracy, […]
DURHAM, N.C. — USA Baseball announced the 2016 Collegiate National Team coaching staff on Thursday, including the naming of current University of Oregon Head Coach, George Horton, as Manager. Horton will take charge of the Collegiate National Team for the first time in his career after serving as an assistant coach in 2012. Joining Horton […]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On the heels of a 43-win season that included a regular-season conference title, Houston has been chosen as the favorite to capture the 2016 American Athletic Conference championship by the league’s eight head coaches. Houston lefthanded pitcher Seth Romero and UConn southpaw Anthony Kay were named as The American’s Preseason Pitchers of […]
NEW ORLEANS – Looking to return to the postseason for the second-consecutive year, Tulane baseball has peppered its schedule with top competition, as the Green Wave will play at least 25 games against teams who appeared in the 2015 NCAA Regionals across a 56-game slate, announced head coach David Pierce on Monday. Tulane will host […]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Houston was picked as the preseason favorite in the 2015 American Athletic Conference preseason baseball poll, as voted on by the conference’s eight head coaches. UCF, which received two first-place votes, ranked second, while conference newcomer East Carolina was selected as third. Cincinnati OF Ian Happ was voted the Preseason Player of […]