College Baseball Mourns Fresno State’s Bob Bennett
The college baseball community paid tribute to longtime Fresno State coach Bob Bennett, who died this weekend at the age of 86, leaving behind a lasting legacy.
Premier Power Five Coaches Unveil ‘New College Baseball Model’
Here’s everything you need to know about the New Baseball Model proposed by Michigan head coach Erik Bakich and others.
Summer Ball Watch: Tracking The Schedule Changes
Collegiate Summer Leagues have all sorts of uncertainty as the summer nears. Track who’s doing what from a scheduling standpoint.
Bowling Green First To Cut Program During COVID-19
Athletic departments are looking to trim budgets right now, and Bowling Green’s baseball program was the first in the COVID-19 era to feel the brunt.
College Baseball In Early June? That’s The Plan
It’s been a tough two months since the college baseball season was canceled, but could baseball be back? That’s the plan in the Lone Star State in early June.
Cape Cod League Cancellation Creates More Summer Doubt
The Cape Cod Baseball League became the first massive collegiate summer league to announce it was cancelling its season. What does that mean for other summer leagues?
Driveline Becomes D1Baseball’s Official Development Partner
D1Baseball is excited to announce its newest partnership — this time, with Driveline Baseball, who has become our official player development partner.
Coronavirus Effects Hitting College Baseball Hard
The coronavirus has halted some normal aspects of life around the world and the United States. So, how is it affecting college baseball?
Ivy League Cancels Rest Of Season
The Ivy League became the first conference to cancel the rest of the baseball season, ending all spring sports in the process. It was a crushing day for the league’s baseball programs.
D1Baseball Announces Partnership With AstroTurf
D1Baseball is excited to announce a new partnership with AstroTurf, the nation’s leader in synthetic baseball surfaces.
MLB Draft Headed To Omaha In 2020
Omaha is the epicenter of the college baseball world in June. Now, all sights will be on it for the Major League Baseball draft as well.
New Legislative Proposal Aims To Ease Seniors’ Burden
Could college baseball seniors soon be on full scholarships? If a few prominent athletic directors have their way, that idea will come to fruition with new legislation.
Fight For Third Paid Assistant Receives New Life
The legislation to add a paid third assistant in college baseball failed back in April. But the legislation has new life and will soon be voted on yet again.
2019 D1Baseball Fall Workouts Central
The college baseball season will be here before you know it, and you can check out which teams have fall scrimmages. We have over 170 teams’ fall schedules and will be adding more.
Florida State Promotes Mike Martin Jr. To Head Coach
Florida State’s magical season is over and the Seminoles will keep the program in the Martin family with the hiring of Mike Martin Jr., who played for his dad.
Nebraska Hires Texas A&M’s Bolt As Head Coach
Nebraska has chosen its new head coach, and it is long-time Texas A&M assistant Will Bolt, who played at Nebraska and previously coached for the Huskers.
Oregon State Hires Former Standout Mitch Canham As Coach
Oregon State has a new head coach and it’s a little outside the box with the Beavers hiring former standout and rising Double A manager Mitch Canham.
D1Baseball’s 2019 College World Series Preview
D1Baseball’s College World Series Preview, brought to you by the Wilson Baseball Experience, breaks down all eight teams and highlights the best of Omaha.
2019 MLB Draft: Day One Analysis
D1Baseball’s director of scouting, David Seifert, offers his analysis of Day One of the MLB Draft, including favorite picks and surprises.
2019 NCAA Super Regional Central
The NCAA Super Regional round is here and you can keep tabs on all the schedules, results and more.
Postseason NerdCast: Week 14
Another batch of NCAA postseason projections are out and our Kendall Rogers, Aaron Fitt and Mark Etheridge deliberate the latest field of 64.
K-State, Texas A&M Continue To Lead, But Bradley Makes Big Move In Vs. Cancer Fundraising
Kansas State Leads April Vs. Cancer Fundraising Rankings While teams from Power 5 conferences continue to dominate the top of the Vs. Cancer fundraising standings, two upstarts jump into the top five for May. Kansas State still leads all college baseball programs after raising $26,209 for Vs. Cancer. Texas A&M is close behind at $21,938. […]
Slew Of Injuries Forces Miami To Adjust On The Fly
Miami suddenly finds itself without the left half of its infield and its top two weekend starters heading into a series against Virginia Tech, forcing the Hurricanes to make some big adjustments.
D1Baseball NerdCast: Picking The Field Of 64
Our Kendall Rogers, Mark Etheridge and Aaron Fitt discuss the latest projections and much more in our latest podcast.
Kansas State Leads Vs. Cancer Fundraising Rankings
Vs. Cancer does a terrific job raising money for research on brain tumors. So, which 25 baseball programs lead the way in fundraising? Here’s the list.
SEC’s Sankey Pens Letter Supporting Third Assistant
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey penned a letter to Division I council members, conference commissioners and more about the third paid coach.