At The Ballpark
Mississippi State Advances To 4th Straight Super Regional
Jake Mangum sparked a crucial rally that led Mississippi State to its fourth straight super regional with a win over Miami. Walter Villa was on hand with a full report.
Greenville: Thriller Sends Campbell To Finals; Agnos Delivers For ECU
Campbell showed big-time resilience and poise in a wild walk-off win against Quinnipiac to reach the Greenville Regional finals. And Jake Agnos came up huge for ECU.
Stanford: Fresno State Looking Like Team On Mission
Emilio Nogales flashed his chest hair as Fresno State flashed its muscle, advancing to the championship round of the Stanford Regional where the Bulldogs await Stanford or Sacramento State.
Stanford: Fresno, Jensen Impressive; Stanford’s Offense Hot
The Fresno State and Stanford offenses got off to a hot start in the Stanford Regional, but Bulldogs ace Ryan Jensen continued his impressive run, winning his ninth straight start.
WCC: Loyola Marymount Gets Conference Tourney Redemption
Jason Gill could only smile after Loyola Marymount won the WCC Tournament to earn its first trip to aa regional since 2000.
Heels, Jackets Bash Their Way To ACC Title Game
Michael Busch had a big game to lead a hot North Carolina offense past Boston College, while seniors Keyton Gibson and Jonathan Hughes came up big on the mount for Georgia Tech against NC State.
WCC Dispatches: LMU in Driver’s Seat; BYU on Bubble
Saint Mary’s is set for a rematch with Loyola Marymount in the championship round of the WCC tournament after a drama-filled day of tight ball games sent the top two seeds, BYU and Gonzaga, home
Durham Dispatches: FSU Delivers With Backs To Wall; UNC’s Love, GT’s English Shine
Florida State came up with a dominating win when it really needed it to help ensure Mike Martin’s final ACC game wasn’t his last game, period. North Carolina’s Austin Love and Georgia Tech’s Tristin English also starred Friday.
MWC Dispatches: Ryan Jensen Leads Fresno State
Ryan Jensen and his upper-90s fastball led Fresno State to a Mountain West regular season title and now two wins away from its first regional since 2012.
Durham Dispatches: Clemson’s Mat Clark Flirts With History
With its season on the line, Clemson called upon lefthander Mat Clark in a crucial game against Louisville, and Clark answered the call, carrying a perfect game into the eighth and a no-hitter into the ninth.
West Notebook: Stars Will Impact Bubble, Conference Tourneys
Shotgun Spratling goes around the West Coast looking at Fresno State, Saint Mary’s, Stanford, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, Grand Canyon and Arizona State’s Hunter Bishop.
Durham Dispatches: Electric Baum, Lancellotti Lead UNC Past UVa.
Dan Metzdorf threw a complete-game three-hitter, and fellow senior Jake Alu had three RBIs to help lead 12th-seeded Boston College past top-seeded Louisville and onto the ACC tournament semifinals.
Dispatches From Durham: Stud Freshmen Shine For BC
Cody Morissette blasted two homers to help lead 12th-seeded Boston College past Clemson, highlighting Aaron Fitt’s Tuesday notebook at the ACC tournament.
Harvard Finally Goes Big Dancing Again
Harvard clinched its first Ivy League championship since 2005, and our Eric Sorenson was on hand with a full report.
NC State Peaks At Right Time After Enduring April Swoon
After enduring a rough midseason stretch, NC State has gotten back to playing great baseball, like it did during its magical first half. The ‘Pack looks poised to make noise in the postseason.
Bigge Goes Big As Harvard Takes Series Lead
Harvard’s Hunter Bigge put together an impressive performance as the Crimson took the lead in the Ivy League playoffs.
Gauchos Continue To Punish Baseballs At Hawai’i
UC Santa Barbara put on a laser show in a blowout victory at Hawai’i, continuing a season-long offensive barrage for the Gauchos, who are closing in on the Big West title.
UC Santa Barbara Glides by Hawai’i
UC Santa Barbara fans got a scare, but the Gauchos took care of business in opener at Hawai’i and inched closer to their first conference title since 1986.
North Carolina A&T Starts Solid In MEAC Tourney
The MEAC tournament is rolling along in Daytona and our Eric Sorenson takes an in-depth look at Thursday’s action, featuring North Carolina A&T and others.
UNF Clinches Bird Battle With KSU in The ASC.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Before you think that today’s Kennesaw State-North Florida game wasn’t important, ask the Owls if they wanted this one. Since the 2014 NCAA Super Regional team the Owls have won just two games in the Atlantic Sun Tournament. And this year, they are in danger of not even making their own conference […]
Injury-Plagued Miami Just Keeps Winning
Miami has been hit hard by injuries to key players this spring, but the Hurricanes have kept on winning thanks in part to the emergence of two players who have traveled long roads back from injury: Michael Amditis and Brian Van Belle.
Kinamon, Stanford Come Out Swinging Against Cal
Duke Kinamon got off to a slow start coming back from his injury, but he’s been red-hot as of late as Stanford and California came out swinging Friday night.
USC Puts A Dent In Stanford’s Pac 12 Lead
Stanford entered Sunday afternoon leading the Pac 12, but as Eric Sorenson writes, USC stepped up and put a dent into their league.
UCLA’s Ralston Steps Up When Needed Most
UCLA righthander Jack Ralston was once an afterthought for his pitching staff. Now, he’s stepping up in more ways than one when needed the most.
BYU Takes Control Of WCC With Series Win
BYU has had a magical season thus far, and added yet another solid series win to its resume at LMU. The Cougars now control the WCC down the stretch.
Misner, McDaniel Lead Mizzou To Crucial Win
Chad McDaniel and Kameron Misner led another impressive performance from Missouri’s improving offense, helping the Tigers earn a pivotal victory even after a weather delay cut short ace TJ Sikkema’s start.