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The Ivy League didn’t have a robust amount of game this spring, but Eric Sorenson takes an in-depth look back at the league, which was led by Christian Scafidi and Penn.
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.
The Ivy league is well stocked, which should make for a compelling race in 2020. But Pennsylvania has the most proven talent back in the fold, making the Quakers the team to beat.
Yale looks to have another big campaign in 2019 with the return of Scott Politz and others. It’s time to break down the Ivy League.
Yale returns most of the key pieces from a team that won the Ivy League and reached the Corvallis Regional finals last year, making the Bulldogs the Ivy favorite in 2018.
Oregon State’s Luke Heimlich received incredible praise for good reason, while the Beavers’ offense got into a groove.
Yale sophomore righthander Scott Politz put together a dominant performance in a historic day and win over Nebraska.
Drew Rasmussen and Oregon State welcome a less than sexy field in Nebraska, Yale and Holy Cross.
Arkansas righty Barrett Loseke and Ole Miss righty Brady Feigl were two of the top standouts at the Coastal Plain League all-star game.
Nathan Bannister and Arizona, along with Chad Powers, ULL leave impressions.
The Lafayette breakdown look at Louisiana-Lafayette, Arizona, Sam Houston and Princeton.
Princeton’s wild weekend led to it being the first team to punch a postseason ticket.
Yale took an early lead in the Ivy League title series with an impressive showing.
Tate Blackman and Ole Miss are on a roll and moved in as a regional host, while that is just one of many changes in our latest projections.
LSU is starting to find its way as a team, and the Tigers are in the mix as a host this week. That highlights many changes, including a new national seed.
Eric Sorenson has his takes on Long Beach State’s series win over Cal State Fullerton, plus a look at his thoughts on the national picture.