Golden Spikes Spotlight
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Elon’s George Kirby
Elon’s George Kirby has one of college baseball’s most electric fastballs, and he also has an uncanny ability to pound the strike zone, helping him lead the nation in strikeout-walk ratio.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Missouri’s TJ Sikkema
TJ Sikkema has been a valuable Swiss army knife for Missouri for three years, but he’s enjoying his best season as a junior, ranking fourth in the nation in ERA and leading the Tigers toward regionals.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: EKU’s Aaron Ochsenbein
Eastern Kentucky’s Aaron Ochsenbein has grown into one of the most dominant closers in college baseball. Find out the keys to his star turn as a fifth-year senior this spring.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Tulane’s Kody Hoese
Tulane’s Kody Hoese almost signed as a draft-eligible sophomore last year. Instead he returned to the Green Wave and has terrorized opposing pitching as a junior, leading the nation with 21 homers.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Harvard’s Patrick McColl
Harvard’s Patrick McColl tweaked his offensive approach in the offseason and has blossomed into one of the most dangerous hitters in college baseball as a senior.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: California’s Andrew Vaughn
Reigning Golden Spikes Award winner Andrew Vaughn of Cal is having one of the greatest offensive careers in college baseball history, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Georgia Tech’s Kyle McCann
Georgia Tech’s Kyle McCann has grown into one of college baseball’s most fearsome sluggers, while also making big strides behind the plate.
UConn’s Feole Regaining His Brilliance
UConn’s Mason Feole missed the first few weeks of the season because of an injury, but he’s back and potentially better than ever.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: ASU’s Hunter Bishop
Hunter Bishop is learning to harness is massive raw tools and becoming a big star for Arizona State. His unique family situation has played a big role in his maturation.
GSA Spotlight: Auburn’s Burns Off To Electric Start
Auburn’s Tanner Burns spent last season shadowing eventual top MLB draft pick Casey Mize. Now all eyes are on him and he’s only gotten better with the pressure.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: NMSU’s Nick Gonzales
New Mexico State’s Nick Gonzales leads all of Division I in all three triple crown categories. Find out how he went from an overlooked, undersized high school player to one of college baseball’s premier sluggers.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: UNLV’s Bryson Stott
UNLV shortstop Bryson Stott got off to a torrid start this weekend against Seattle. Find out why the Stott market continues to surge.
GSA Spotlight: So. Miss’s Nick Sandlin
Southern Miss righthander Nick Sandlin might be a little unorthodox, but he’s become one of the nation’s premier starting pitchers and a fast-rising prospect. Here’s his story.
GSA Spotlight: Kent State’s Joey Murray
Joey Murray is the latest in a long line of exceptional blue-chip aces for Kent State. Find out what makes Murray so dominant, and why Kent State looks built to make some noise in the postseason.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Kody Clemens
Kody Clemens has worked his way back from elbow surgery to put up his best season yet as a senior, helping power Texas into contention for the Big 12 title.
GSA Spotlight: FAU’s Tyler Frank
Tyler Frank is the consummate team player for Florida Atlantic. In addition to his prowess in the field and at the plate, he’s developed into a model for the rest of the FAU program.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Jonathan India
Florida third baseman Jonathan India has turned himself into the best all-around player in college baseball as a junior. Find out the keys to his development into a bona fide superstar.
GSA Spotlight: Texas Tech’s Davis Martin
Texas Tech lost one of the premier pitchers in college baseball in Steven Gingery before the season even started, but they’ve prevailed, thanks in part to Davis Martin (p), another elite arm.
GSA Spotlight: Elon’s Kyle Brnovich
National strikeout leader Kyle Brnovich has helped lead Elon’s resurgence in the CAA thanks largely to his wipeout breaking ball and his fierce competitive streak.
GSA Spotlight: Illinois’ Bren Spillane
Illinois hard-hitting veteran Bren Spillane is having an incredible season and is a big reason why the Fighting Illini are back in the national spotlight.
GSA Spotlight: Stetson’s Logan Gilbert
Logan Gilbert has a rare combination of elite talent and special makeup. He’s also a high-level performer who has helped lead Stetson to a 17-3 start. Find out more about Gilbert, and the Hatters.
GSA Spotlight: Cal’s Andrew Vaughn
When California coach Mike Neu recruited Andrew Vaughn, he didn’t think he’d become a premier power hitter. Vaughn has become that and more for the Bears.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Brett Kinneman
Brett Kinneman has been a wrecking ball over the first three weeks, leading Division I in homers and total bases — but that’s not why NC State coach Elliott Avent likes to compare him to Mickey Mantle.
GSA Spotlight: Washington’s Joe DeMers
Washington junior righthander Joe DeMers made history with a perfect game this past weekend. Now, he looks to establish himself as one of the nation’s elite.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Shane McClanahan
South Florida ace Shane McClanahan is the hardest-throwing lefty in college baseball, but he wants to make sure there’s more to his story than velocity.
Meet Brendan McKay: Louisville’s Legend
Louisville’s Brendan McKay has established himself as one of the best two-way players of his generation.