College Baseball Daily continues our series of interviews as we preview the 2016 College Baseball season with Saint Mary’s head coach Eric Valenzuela. He is entering his third season in charge of the Gaels program as they look to rise in the West Coast Conference. You can check out the interview below.
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. – University of San Diego head baseball coach Rich Hill announced the 2016 Torero schedule on Monday. The season starts with three games against College World Series runner-up Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 19-21. “High risk high reward!” Hill said of his teams’ schedule. “Extremely challenging non-conference schedule to prepare us for […]
MORAGA, Calif. — Four NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago and 24 home games highlight the 2016 Saint Mary’s College baseball schedule, as announced Monday by head coach Eric Valenzuela. The Gaels’ 56-game slate features contests against 15 programs that were over .500 in 2015, including 13 that saw postseason action. Four of the […]
Several first-time matchups highlight the 2016 BYU baseball schedule as coach Mike Littlewood heads into his fourth season with the Cougars. “As a staff we are committed to scheduling quality non-conference opponents who are consistently at the top of their own league,” BYU coach Mike Littlewood said. “This 2016 non-conference schedule fits that mold and […]
SAN FRANCISCO – USF head coach Nino Giarratano has announced the Dons’ 2016 baseball schedule, which features four matchups with 2015 NCAA regional participants. Altogether, the Dons’ challenging schedule will help complement the opening of the new Benedetti Diamond, which is expected to be ready for USF’s home opener on Feb. 23.
The Pacific Tigers baseball schedule is out, with the Tigers opening their home schedule on Friday, February 26 against Northwestern, the first of a four-game series against the Wildcats. Pacific will also host Northern Colorado, South Dakota State, Nevada, Fresno State, Sacramento State, San Jose State, and UC Davis in their non-conference schedule. Conference play […]
Stockton, Calif. – Director of Athletics Ted Leland has announced today that coach Ed Sprague has resigned his position as the head of the Pacific baseball program. Sprague’s decision to step down is effective immediately and a nationwide search for his replacement will begin as soon as possible.
WACO, Texas – Steve Rodriguez, who enjoyed a successful playing and coaching career at Pepperdine University, has been selected as Baylor University’s 19th head baseball coach, Vice President and Director of Athletics Ian McCaw announced.”We are excited to introduce Steve Rodriguez and welcome him and his family to Baylor,” McCaw said. “Steve is a dynamic […]