The Fast Five: Pepperdine
Pepperdine had plenty of reasons to celebrate during the shortened 2020 season, and coach Rick Hirtensteiner is excited about what he’s got coming back.
Fall Report: East Carolina
A deep, veteran pitching staff and a lineup stacked with intriguing star power should make ECU one of the favorites in the American again.
Fall Report: Rutgers
Harry Rutkowski returns for another season, as second-year head coach Steve Owens looks to make a huge splash in 2021.
Fall Report: Stetson
Stetson has the makings of a standout weekend rotation and a very experienced and deep group of position players heading into 2021.
Fall Report: Oregon State
Oregon State got off to a slow start in 2020, but the Beavers, with the return of Kevin Abel and others, look to make a statement in a few months.
The Fast Five: Southern California
Eric Sorenson caught up with USC coach Jason Gill to discuss the state of the program and the Trojans’ roster heading into 2021.
Fall Report: South Carolina
An exciting collection of power arms and power bats should make South Carolina a serious contender in the SEC in 2021.
Fall Report: Missouri
Spencer Miles helps lead a very exciting pitching staff at Missouri, which looks built to make a run at regionals in 2021.
Fall Report: Miami
Adrian Del Castillo helps lead a loaded lineup for Miami, which needs high-profile pitching reinforcements to hit the ground running in 2021.
Fall Report: Nebraska
Nebraska didn’t get the full Will Bolt experience in a shortened 2020 season, which makes the 2021 campaign very much anticipated for Big Red nation.
Fall Report: Georgia Tech
Fire starter Luke Waddell is back to lead a very exciting lineup at Georgia Tech, which also has the firepower on the mound to make a big splash in 2021.
Fall Report: Georgia
Georgia lost a couple of high-profile stars but reloaded with another exceptional recruiting class, ensuring the Bulldogs will remain very dangerous in the SEC.
Fall Report: Utah
With the return of Justin Kelly and others, Utah could be one of those surprise Pac 12 teams in 2021. Mike Rooney takes an in-depth look at the Utes.
Fall Report: West Virginia
West Virginia has more firepower on the mound than ever before as well as a versatile lineup loaded with breakout candidates. This could be the best WVU team of the Randy Mazey era.
Fall Report: Oregon
In just his second season atop the program, Mark Wasikowski, with the return of Kenyon Yovan (p) and others, could be in line to end Oregon’s postseason hiatus.
Fall Report: Virginia
Andrew Abbott is back to lead an experienced, talented pitching staff at Virginia, which looks like a complete club with obvious Omaha potential.
Fall Report: San Diego
San Diego brings back a host of accomplished players from last season, and the addition of some talented newcomers will make the Toreros even deeper.
Fall Report: Washington State
Brian Green is entering his second season with Washington State, and he has high hopes for Kyle Manzardo and the rest of the Cougars club.
Fall Report: Florida Gulf Coast
Walter Villa explains why FGCU coach Dave Tollett feels like he won the lottery with his 2021 roster.
Fall Report: Florida State
Florida State might have its most exciting collection of power arms in the proud history of the program, and the powerful, experienced lineup is dangerous.
Fall Report: Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon has become an annual power in the WAC, and the Antelopes look built to have their best season yet in 2021.
Fall Report: Duke
Jack Carey is one of several arms who have made big jumps for Duke, which might have its deepest, most talented team of the Chris Pollard era.
Fall Report: Alabama
Connor Prielipp provides some of the exciting star power for Alabama, which is eager to prove how much progress it has made since its last SEC game in 2019.
Fall Report: Arizona
Donta Williams and Arizona have all the pieces needed to make a run toward the College World Series in 2021. Here’s the inside scoop on U of A this fall.
Fall Report: Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt has the most electrifying one-two punch in college baseball leading its rotation, headlining a supremely talented roster that just needs to gain experience.
Fall Report: South Florida
South Florida didn’t get off to a great start in 2020, but with the addition of several newcomers and return of many key cogs, things are looking up this fall.