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Iowa’s Adams: The Baker Of Bombs
Jake Adams has emerged as one of college baseball’s most fearsome sluggers, launching “Cake Bombs” deep into the night.
Troy’s Crane Streaks Toward History
Andrew Crane is riding a 36.2-inning scoreless streak. His rise from afterthought to ace is an incredible story of perseverance.
Binghamton’s Big Dreams
Binghamton has had plenty to celebrate during a banner season, and the Bearcats have their sights set on making noise in the postseason.
Chris McCready’s Magical Moment
The night before his mother’s funeral, pinch-hitter Chris McCready hit his first career homer in the ninth to lift San Diego to a memorable win.
FSU-Miami Rivalry Takes On New Stakes
The Florida State-Miami series this weekend will have a completely dimension than usual, as both programs are scrambling to extend their epic postseason streaks.
Family Mentality Drives Florida Atlantic
Esteban Puerta is one of the main power sources for an FAU club that thrives off the long ball. Walter Villa breaks down the Owls.
Wake Forest Chases Big Dreams
Connor Johnstone’s gem on Sunday helped Wake Forest win its first-ever series at Miami. Find out why the Deacs have become very dangerous.
Two-Sport Talents Star At Rutgers, UAB
Jawuan Harris has emerged as a baseball star for Rutgers, while fellow football/baseball player Brewer Hicklen is off to a strong start at UAB.
Freshman Focus: St. John’s Jeff Belge
Jeff Belge overcame a gruesome eye injury and is now a blue-chip freshman with a high ceiling for St. John’s.
FGCU Bursts Onto Big Stage
Julio Gonzalez and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are on a mission to get the program to its first regional — and they’re off to a high-flying start.
Adversity Doesn’t Deter UK’s Cottam
Kole Cottam had 13 surgeries in his first 14 years, but his medical tribulations are behind him now, and he’s off to a great start for Kentucky.
Arizona’s Rivas Embodies American Dream
Arizona’s Alfonso Rivas’ family went through some incredible odds to have him be an American. Now, he’s just living a true American dream.
FIU-Miami Rivalry Renews
Miami and Florida International resume their regular-season series for the first time since 2008. Walter Villa recounts the history of the rivalry and looks ahed to the first meeting.
Cuba Trip Makes Lasting Impact On Rice
The Rice baseball team knew its fall trip would be special, but the Owls found themselves in Cuba when Fidel Castro died, making the visit rather surreal.