Vanderbilt’s Xavier Turner will not play the 2015 season with the Commodores according to head coach Tim Corbin. Turner was suspended during the College World Series and has not appeared in a game since then. It is an interesting decision as Turner could have gone to a junior college and be picked in the 2015 draft.
The Commodores open the 2015 slate at home against Santa Clara on February 13 with a three-game series and host non-conference weekend series against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 20-22) and Illinois State (Feb. 27-March 1) before traveling to Los Angeles to play in the Dodgertown Classic. The Dores will play games against USC, UCLA and TCU over the weekend with Sunday’s game against 2014 College World Series participant TCU taking place at Dodger Stadium. Continue reading Vanderbilt releases 2015 Schedule
Vanderbilt RHP Brian Miller won the 2014 College World Series last night with the Commodores. As the Disney saying goes, what are you going to do next? He decided to propose to his girlfriend. You can check out video of the proposal below. Continue reading Vanderbilt’s Brian Miller wins 2014 College World Series and Proposes
OMAHA, Neb. – An 8th inning home run by John Norwood helped Vanderbilt make history on Wednesday evening, as the Commodores defeated Virginia, 3-2, in Game Three of the 2014 Men’s College World Series Finals, claiming its first NCAA National Championship in baseball.
In the 9th inning on Tuesday night, Mike Papi of Virginia was caught in a run down between third base and home. Papi retreated to third base where he barreled into a Vanderbilt Tyler Campbell clearly lowering his shoulder. The video is included below. Continue reading CBD Editorial: The Mike Papi Incident at the CWS
OMAHA, Neb. – Virginia’s hot hitting continued in Game Two of the 2014 College World Series Finals, as the Cavaliers defeated Vanderbilt, 7-2, to tie the series at one-all on Monday.
With the win, Virginia (53-15) forced a Game Three in the series and brought its CWS Finals’ hit total to 28 combined over the last two games. Vanderbilt (50-21) will look to rebound in the series finale.
Both squads are searching for their first NCAA Championship in baseball.
OMAHA, Neb. – Vanderbilt took advantage of five walks, a hit by pitch and an error in a nine-run third inning and then held off a feisty Virginia club to pick up a 9-8 victory in Game One of the College World Series Finals Monday night.
OMAHA, Neb. — Fans outside of TD Ameritrade Park waited to sing “Happy Birthday” to Vanderbilt outfielder Rhett Wiseman, who had turned 20 just minutes earlier at midnight. But after the night Wiseman had, this was no work office birthday party of mumbling co-workers. The Vanderbilt faithful that stuck around, boisterously bellowed the tune for Wiseman. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Wiseman Does It All to Send Vandy Through
OMAHA, Neb. — Vanderbilt (49-20) defeated Texas, 4-3, in walk-off fashion in the 10th inning to advance to the 2014 College World Series championship round.
Tyler Campbell beat out an infield single on a slow chopper to shortstop with the bases loaded and two outs to allow Rhett Wiseman to score the game-winning run Saturday night at TD Ameritrade Park. Continue reading College World Series One-On-One: Vanderbilt OF Rhett Wiseman
OMAHA, Neb. — A lucky break can be the difference in the College World Series. That was the case for Texas on Friday afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park.
An umpire’s lack of evasive maneuvering turned a potential double play into a big momentum swing for the Longhorns, who took an early lead and never looked back, beating Vanderbilt 4-0 to force a winner-take-all matchup Saturday.