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Fall Report: UConn
Anthony Prato is back to lead an athletic lineup for UConn, which seeks its sixth trip to regionals this decade and is on a mission to finally break through to Omaha.
Fall Report: Nebraska
After injuries ravaged the pitching staff in a rough 2018 campaign, Nebraska should be much deeper on the mound this spring, and ready to bounce back into Big Ten contention.
Fall Report: Duke
Joey Loperfido leads a Duke lineup that has a whole new look in 2019, but the pitching staff has a chance to be among the nation’s deepest, giving the Devils a chance to make noise again.
Fall Report: UNC Wilmington
It’s been a trying fall for UNC Wilmington, which has had to cram in practice time in the wake of Hurricane Florence, but the Seahawks are on the right path and should be dangerous as usual in 2019.
Fall Report: Coastal Carolina
Parker Chavers helps lead a Coastal Carolina offense that should be very potent once again in 2019. The Chants ended the fall on a sour note, but their upside is undeniable.
Fall Report: Clemson
In the post Seth Beer-era, Clemson figures to play an aggressive style of baseball in 2019. The Tigers have some questions to answer, but the roster a deep pool of talent.
Fall Report: South Florida
South Florida has a nice blend of seasoned veterans and talented newcomers, and the Bulls look ready to make a run at their fourth regional in the last five years.
Fall Report: Florida
Florida had to replace a trio of first-rounders and several other stars lost to the draft, but the Gators reload annually as well as anybody in the country, and this year is no exception.
Fall Report: UCF
Tyler Osik headlines a veteran lineup for UCF, which has reloaded on the mound and looks poised to make a run in the American Athletic Conference.
Fall Report: Stetson
Fresh off a 48-win campaign that ended in super regionals, Stetson has plenty of reason for excitement in 2019, with more offensive firepower and a talented, revamped pitching staff.
Fall Report: Alabama
Newcomers like Connor Shamblin have stood out this fall for Alabama, where Brad Bohannon is making obvious progress in his second year as head coach.
Fall Report: Florida State
CJ Van Eyk forms half of a potentially elite duo atop the rotation for Florida State, which will rely upon a host of very talented young players in Mike Martin’s final season.
Fall Report: Ole Miss
Blue-chip freshman Gunnar Hoglund will help Ole Miss fill some big shoes on the mound, and one of the nation’s elite offensive and defensive lineups will take some pressure off the arms in 2019.
Fall Report: Virginia
Griff McGarry helps lead a talented but inexperienced pitching staff for UVa., which has the pieces to return to the postseason following an injury-ravaged 2018 campaign.
Fall Report: Oklahoma State
The return of Jensen Elliott helps boost a dramatically improved pitching staff for Oklahoma State, which will feature a powerful, physical offense once again.
Fall Report: Vanderbilt
From top to bottom, no team in college baseball has as much talent as Vanderbilt, which is loaded with premium underclassmen but also has an uncommon senior leadership core.
Fall Report: Virginia Tech
Ian Seymour leads an improved staff for Virginia Tech, which is hard at work trying to improve its pitching and defense in John Szefc’s second year at the helm.
Fall Report: Maryland
Maryland is counting on returning players like Taylor Wright to take big steps forward, and on a bunch of newcomers to hit the ground running for a team with plenty of question marks but improved depth.
Fall Report: North Carolina
Talented newcomers like Aaron Sabato have reinforced a strong returning core this fall for North Carolina, which hopes to ride an elite pitching staff and a versatile, deep lineup back to Omaha.
Fall Report: Wake Forest
Wake Forest has sky-high hopes for 2018 thanks to a very talented and very deep roster that has grown up since last spring. The Deacs are brimming with breakout candidates.
Fall Report: East Carolina
Newcomers like Thomas Francisco have bolstered a very strong group of returning stars for East Carolina, which has its sights set on Omaha in 2019.
Fall Report: Georgia Tech
Connor Thomas leads a Georgia Tech pitching staff that should be dramatically improved from a year ago, and the lineup figures to be potent once again.
Fall Report: South Carolina
Noah Campbell leads a nice group of returnees at South Carolina, where a host of newcomers have infused the roster with intriguing fresh talent.
Fall Report: Tennessee
Talented outfielder Zach Daniels is one of several intriguing breakout candidates at Tennessee, where there is plenty of reason for optimism about the future.
ABCA Rallies Support For Third Assistant
American Baseball Coaches Association executive director Craig Keilitz is working hard to spur coaches to talk with their ADs about a proposal to add a third full-time assistant.
Fall Report: Georgia
Expectations are soaring for Georgia as 2019 nears. Find out which breakout candidates have stood out so far this fall for the hungry Bulldogs.