Mississippi College junior outfielder Bo Bell (Gulfport,MS / Miss. Gulf Coast CC) went 9-for-15 with four home runs, two doubles and 16 RBIs to pace a 5-0 week that included an East Division sweep of East Texas Baptist. Bell, who takes the division’s top weekly hitting award for the second time this season, walked four times and scored 11 runs. Continue reading →
The 3rd-ranked University of Texas at Tyler baseball team used 10 runs in the first four innings of Friday night’s game at Irwin Field to turn back LeTourneau, 12-6, in American Southwest Conference action. Continue reading →
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. – The 4th-ranked University of Texas at Tyler baseball team converted all but two of its 19 hits into runs during Friday’s 17-10 American Southwest Conference win over Ozarks at Lonnie Qualls Field in Clarksville.
UT Tyler led 6-3 after three innings and 8-3 after seven, but it was another eighth inning scoring outburst that sealed the win for the Patriots. Continue reading →
MINNEAPOLIS – The D3baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Top 25 poll was released on March 17 and Salisbury University fell from the top spot to No. 2 after being the nation’s top-ranked team for three weeks. The Sea Gulls (14-2, 5-2 Capital Athletic Conference) received seven first-place votes and 589 points this week. Continue reading →
Texas-Tyler senior second baseman Brock Lemire ( Nederland, TX / NHS) went 12-for-19 with three home runs, one double and 12 RBIs over a 5-1 week that included an East Division sweep of East Texas Baptist. Lemire also walked six times, scored eight runs, stole one base and struck out only once for the nationally-ranked Patriots. Continue reading →
MINNEAPOLIS – The D3baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Top 25 poll was released on March 10 and Salisbury University remains in the top spot for a third straight week.
Salisbury (14-1, 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference) received 19 first-place votes out of 25 and received 614 points. The Gulls have been ranked No. 1 since the week one poll that came out on February 24. Continue reading →