LAS VEGAS – UNLV baseball received signed national letters of intent from a pair of student-athletes who will enroll at UNLV next fall and be ready to play during the 2010 season for the Rebels, head coach Buddy Gouldsmith announced Monday.
Bryce Miller of Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, Calif., and Sean Silva of Clovis (Calif.) West High School are the two additions to the Rebel roster, and both are two-way players who could see playing time on the mound and in the field.
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – BYU junior Steve Parker has been named Mountain West Conference Baseball Player of the Week, while San Diego State junior righthander Stephen Strasburg and UNLV freshman righthander Tanner Peters have been named the Mountain West Conference Co- Pitchers of the Week, respectively. Continue reading Mountain West Players of the Week→
I usually don’t bring up too many high school baseball articles but thought these two were very interesting.
The first article come from Rivals.com which talks about Clovis West High School which has thrown three no-hitters in their first six games of the season. The interesting part is that each of the no-hitters was thrown by a different pitcher. Continue reading Two High Schools making Waves→
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The TCU Horned Frogs have been selected to win their fourth straight regular season Mountain West Conference baseball championship in 2009 in a vote of the seven MWC head coaches and a select media panel. The Horned Frogs received nine first-place votes and 75 points overall, while San Diego State received 56 points and one first-place vote to finish second in the poll. Continue reading 2009 Mountain West Preseason Poll→
LAS VEGAS – Behind the strong pitching of Matt Hutchison, the Black team earned another win on Wednesday in the Red-Black World Series, which is being played at Earl E. Wilson Stadium.
Hutchison did not give up a hit in 3.1 innings of work as the Black team won 7-1, improving to 3-1 in the seven-game series with the Red team. He did allow one run, however, as he walked five batters to go along with three strikeouts. Continue reading UNLV Fall World Series Game 4 Recap→
LAS VEGAS – UNLV baseball head coach Buddy Gouldsmith has announced that he has hired Jeff Prieto to fill out his 2009 staff as an assistant coach and he will oversee the infielders while working with the hitters, base runners and short game. He will also coach third base, set defenses and develop defensive strategy. Continue reading UNLV hires Jeff Prieto as Assistant Coach→
The UNLV baseball team started its Fall Camp on Tuesday, with the Rebels returning to Earl E. Wilson Stadium for practices, as well as intrasquad scrimmages.
The team will practice on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week, with the final workout scheduled to take place on Nov. 23, and the Rebels will also hold intrasquad scrimmages on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Weekday practices begin at 1:30 p.m. (PDT) with scrimmages set to start at about 3:00 p.m. On the weekends practices begin at 10:00 a.m. with scrimmages getting underway at about 12:00 p.m. Continue reading UNLV Start Fall Ball→
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LAS VEGAS – A 17-day homestand to open the season and matchups with four teams that went to the NCAA Tournament, including hosting Pac-10 power Arizona, highlight the 2009 UNLV baseball schedule, which was announced by the athletics department Wednesday. Continue reading UNLV releases 2009 Schedule→
NORTHRIDGE, Calif. – Cal State Northridge (20-24, 6-12) dispatched UC Irvine (30-12, 8-7) 4-1 Sunday, ending a seven-game slide to the ‘Eaters that started in 2006. Northridge avoided the sweep and claimed its 20th win, giving the program its first 20-win season since 2006 and its second since winning the Big West title in 2002.
Ryan Juarez made his third outstanding start in a row on the day and continued what has been the Matadors’ best weekend for starting pitching. Juarez wiggled out of trouble in the first after two walks and an error in the field and settled down considerably after that, handling the ‘Eaters easily in the second and third. A leadoff double bit him in the fourth as Francis Larson came around to score on a balk and a ground out, but Juarez retired the side in order in the fifth and came out unscathed in the sixth and seventh.