Meggs, who was initially signed to a five-year contract prior to the 2010 season, had two years remaining on that original deal prior to this extension. Continue reading
This year is going to be different. I don’t mean different in a bad sense, more in a unique sense. This season, Washington Husky Baseball has another great opportunity to clobber expectations to underachieve with the hope of reaching every team’s goal: Omaha.
On the surface, the program is getting a $15 million upgrade to their stadium, with viewing suites and a new concourse area, new field turf, a new scoreboard, a team shop, press box, a team hitting area, and increased seating capacity. Continue reading
FROM CCBL RELEASE
HYANNIS, Mass. – Most Valuable Player Phil Ervin (Samford), Top Pitcher and Outstanding Pro Prospect Sean Manaea (Indiana St.) and Batting Champion Patrick Biondi (Michigan) top the list of players selected to the Cape Cod Baseball League Post-Season All-League Team. Continue reading
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE
Jason Kelly has joined the Washington baseball staff as pitching coach, head coach Lindsay Meggs announced today. Kelly joins the Huskies after having spent the last six seasons developing a top-notching pitching staff at Cal Poly. Continue reading
Aided by a pair of USC errors, the Huskies scored four runs on two hits in the seventh inning to break a scoreless tie after starters Bobby Wheatley and Jeff Brigham each went a season-high five innings.
Brigham combined with Washington relievers Tyler Kane, Joshua Fredendall and Nick Palewicz to pitch a three-hit shutout. The Trojans managed only 13 hits for the entire weekend.
The right-handed redshirt junior needed only 91 pitches to carve up the USC lineup in a 7-0 complete game shutout. No USC baserunner reached second base as West allowed only four singles.
He faced only two batters above the minimum, wiping out two of the singles with double plays.
-Arizona took 2/3 from Washington State
-Oregon State swept Cal making them the only Pac-12 team to sweep its conference opener Continue reading
As conference play kicked off over the weekend, the competition level proved just how ultra-competitive of a conference that the Pac-12 already is. Oregon State was the only Pac-12 team to come out of week one unscathed as they swept Cal in their conference opener. This makes them the only team in the conference undefeated in Pac-12 play aside from Stanford who has yet to play a conference game.
Overall Record: 58-25
Collegiate Baseball: Stanford (3), ASU (11), Oregon (15), Arizona (18), USC (21), Cal (25), Oregon State (26), UCLA (28)
NCBWA: Stanford (2), ASU (11), Arizona (14), Oregon (23), Oregon State (24), UCLA (25), Cal (28), USC (29),
Baseball America: Stanford (2), Arizona (7), ASU (11), UCLA (17), Oregon (18) Continue reading