WILLIAMSBURG – Frank Leoni, who spent the last seven years with the Tribe baseball program, resigned the head coaching position on Friday afternoon. William and Mary Athletics Director Terry Driscoll will begin a national search immediately and no timetable has been established to name a successor. Continue reading Frank Leoni resigns at William and Mary
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RICHMOND, Va. (January 26, 2012) – James Madison, which captured the CAA baseball championship for the second time in four years last season, has been picked to win the conference title again in 2012 according to a vote of the CAA’s head baseball coaches. Continue reading 2012 CAA Preseason Coaches Poll Released
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – William and Mary Tribe head baseball coach Frank Leoni announced the 2012 schedule on Monday. The 56-game regular season schedule features 31 home games to be played at Plumeri Park in Williamsburg. Included in the slate are eight games against four teams who made the 2011 College World Series last year, including three against National Runner-Up Florida. Continue reading William and Mary releases 2012 Schedule
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DURHAM, N.C. – Kyle Padgett, a former standout at William & Mary and a 2005 MLB draft selection, has joined the Duke baseball staff as an assistant coach, head coach Sean McNally announced on Wednesday.
With the Blue Devils, Padgett will coach the catchers and assist with the hitters. He will also coordinate all Duke Baseball Academy operations. Padgett takes over for former Duke assistant coach Tyler Hanson who is now an assistant coach at N.C. Central University in Durham. Continue reading Kyle Padgett added to Duke Coaching Staff
Since the Cape Cod Baseball League announced their 2011 All-Star Game rosters on Friday, lets take a look at what conferences and college programs have had the most success this summer. The leading conference this year is the Pac-10 conference which features eight players from seven different school. Coming in second place is the SEC which has six players from four different schools. Interesting enough, the ACC and Big East conference both have four players in the game this year which speaks to how strong the the Big East over the last couple of seasons. Continue reading Breaking down the CCBL All-Star Game by Conference/Teams
#5 Florida State 9 Maine 3
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Devon Travis played with one of the best leadoff hitters in Florida State baseball history last season, and is quickly proving he’s a pretty good visual learner.
As the successor to Tyler Holt in the leadoff spot this season for the Seminoles, Travis is off to a torrid start, serving as both the table-setter and a run producer. Continue reading ACC Recap for March 9th
#5 Florida State 5 #1 Florida 3
TAMPA, Fla. – The opportunity to knock off the top-ranked team in college baseball doesn’t come often, but it did come early for Mike Martin’s Florida State team.
Continue reading ACC Recap for March 1st
Here is the weekend’s final Big 12 recap. The league finished today 9-1, and 27-7 over the weekend. Continue reading Big 12 Recap (February 20)
Nebraska 8 (1-1) Air Force 1 (0-2)
• Freshman Jon Keller (1-0) picked up the win in his first career start for Nebraska, allowing only three hits and striking out six.
• SS Chad Christensen connected on his first home run of the year in the eighth inning.
• Christensen, Kale Kiser, and Cory Burleson all had two hits in the contest. Continue reading Big 12 Recap (February 19)
- Texas State starter Mitchell Pitts looked great with his command, striking out seven batters over six innings, giving up two runs on two hits and one walk.
- Texas State 1B Casey Kalenkosky was 3-3 today with two runs, two RBI and a double. Kalenkosky was a JUCO All-American last season at Cisco Junior College Continue reading Big 12 Recap (February 18)