Old Dominion picked up a huge 8-1 victory last night over Virginia. ODUSports.com writer Rich Radord wrote a great feature on the win and how important it is which can be viewed by clicking here.
Former UNC star Colin Moran is looking to follow in his uncle BJ Surhoff’s path of being a MLB All-Star player. The Sun Sentinel in Florida has a great feature on Colin available by clicking here.
The Illinois State Baseball squad is looking to improve on their 2013 Missouri Valley Conference regular season championship title under Mark Kingston. Randy Reinhardt of Pantagraph.com has a preview of the Redbirds which can be checked out by clicking here.
Eric Lopez of SportsTalkFlorida.com recently sat down with Florida State assistant coach Mike Martin, Jr to discuss the Seminoles upcoming 2014 season. He talks about the depth of the pitching staff compared to the past, the role of Jameis Winston, and other issues.
CSNPhilly.com is reporting that the Temple baseball program and six other teams that are planned to be cut at the end of the season, could be kept on after the board of trustees are reconsidering the move to cut the teams. You can check out the full article by clicking here.
LSU shortstop Alex Bregman heads into his aophomore season as one of the top shortstops in the nation. The Tigers came to a close early though last season as a key Bregman error ended up factoring in the Tigers last lost of the season. You can check out the full article from The Times-Picayune by clicking here.
Lelo Prado, the head coach of the South Florida Bulls, recently sat down with Eric Lopez of SportsTalkFlorida.com to take a look at his 2014 squad. Prado’s squad is entering the newly formed AAC conference which contains former Big East members and some Conference USA teams. You can listen to the interview below.
Former Dartmouth standout RHP Kyle Hendricks was named the Chicago Cubs 2013 Minor League Pitcher of the Year while picking up his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth. You can check out the full article from MLB.com by clicking here.
Michigan’s Ben Ballantine thought his college career was over last year as he broke his right ankle in early April. He ended up getting a medical redshirt that made it possible for Ballantine to come back for his fifth year. You can check out the full article from The Michigan Daily by clicking here.