The Stanford Cardinal baseball team is coming of somewhat of a down season for their lofty standards. In 2013 Mark Marquess’s squad finished 33-22, but only eked out a 16-14 record in the PAC-12 and missed the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010.
James Madison University has been participating in collegiate baseball since 1974. They are members of the Colonial Athletic Association. Their nickname is the Dukes and their team colors are purple and gold. The play at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park, a twelve hundred seat
Since 2008 Cooperstown Baseball Classic has been hosting wood bat youth baseball tournaments in historic Cooperstown, New York as well as locations in Ohio and Missouri. They also operate under the name Backyard Baseball. The goal of the Cooperstown Baseball Classics is to provide affordable,
Texas Christian University baseball’s first year in the Big 12 came with it some growing pains. The Horned Frogs finished the season 29 and 28 and ended their nine season run of NCAA Tournament berths. Jim Schlossnagle, the 2010 National Coach of The Year, hopes
The Longmont Baseball League is youth baseball association based in Longmont, Colorado. Longmont Baseball features a summer recreational program for 5u, 6u, 7u, 8u, 9u, 10u, 11u, 12u, 13u, 14u, 15u, 16u, 17u, and 18u. The cut off date for an age group is April
2013 was quite the year for UCLA baseball as the Bruins made their third College World Series in four years and won their first ever baseball national championship. Coach John Savage and the boys will try to make it back-to-back in 2014. But to do
Established in 2008, New York Elite Baseball is a youth baseball league that plays in the Hudson Valley of New York State and Connecticut. It plays in over fifty locations — usually high school and Little League Fields — in that region. New York Elite
The recruiting process for college baseball can be intense and cut-throat. This is because Division 1 college baseball programs have only 11.7 scholarships to divide among their rosters of thirty to thirty-five student athletes. D2 programs have nine, NAIA teams have 12 and D3 programs
By Major League Baseball standards NCAA baseball stats can get pretty crazy. Just in 2013 six Division one players surpassed the magical mark of a .400 batting for the year. And on the pitching side three qualified hurlers managed to keep their ERAs under 1.00.
LSU Baseball finished the regular season number one in 2013. And while Paul Mainieri’s squad were able to make it to the College World Series, they bowed out of that competition early, ultimately coming in seventh place. A fine season for most programs, but a