MACOMB, Ill. – Western Illinois baseball opens the 2016 season in February at Tennessee Tech, and will eventually play 16 games at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium, as the schedule was announced on Friday (Nov. 20). “I feel really good with how our schedule lines up. We are heading to a couple of new places early […]
The weekend’s Summit League matchup at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium in Macomb, Ill., will pit a South Dakota State (7-10, 0-3) team that is trying to find its way against a Western Illinois (3-12, 1-2) squad that has struggled mightily on the mound and at the plate. The Jackrabbits have dropped four straight and […]
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne – perhaps the Summit League’s most surprising team –kicks off Summit League action today at Western Illinois.
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE ELMHURST, Ill. – Omaha is favored to repeat as The Summit League baseball regular season champion in a preseason vote among the league’s head coaches. The Mavericks received three first-place votes and a total of 15 points. South Dakota State came in second with 12 points and one first-place vote while […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCES MACOMB, Ill. – Western Illinois head baseball coach Ryan Brownlee announced the 2014 spring schedule for Leatherneck baseball on Wednesday (Nov. 6). The Leathernecks will play 52 games in the spring with 21 games taking place at Alfred D. Boyer Stadium in Macomb.
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE ELMHURST, Ill. – North Dakota State was favored to capture its first Summit League Baseball Tournament title in a preseason vote among the league’s six head coaches. The Bison received five first-place votes and a total of 25 points. South Dakota State placed second with 17 points, followed closely by Oakland […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE MACOMB, Ill. – Western Illinois Director of Athletics Dr. Tim Van Alstine announced the hiring of Ryan Brownlee as head baseball coach. The hiring announcement came Friday (Sept. 28) afternoon. Brownlee replaces Mike Villano who resigned last month, and will take over the Leatherneck program starting Tuesday (Oct. 2).