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Stat Roundup: April 16 Top Performers
Zack Kone went 5-for-5 with a triple and homer to lead Duke to a big win against No. 1 Miami on Saturday, leading the individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 29 Top Performers
Ryan Boldt homered twice and stole a couple of bases in Nebraska’s win against Creighton, highlighting the Tuesday individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 22 Top Performers
Zach Davis had three hits and stole four bases in Texas Tech’s win against New Mexico, earning him a spot on Tuesday’s individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 19 Top Performers
Houston’s Seth Romero is back in top form, as he showed by striking out 13 and allowing just one hit in nine innings against Grand Canyon, highlighting Saturday’s leaderboard.
Ten Thoughts: Saturday, March 5
Righthander Ryan Mason and California tamed Texas, and Mason leads our national roundup, along with a quick-hitting piece from Shotgun Spratling.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 27 Top Performers
Alex Destino bashed a three-run homer and a grand slam for South Carolina, headlining the Saturday individual leaderboard.
Position Power Rankings: Third Base
Tennessee’s Nick Senzel ranks near the top in our list of the 50 best third baseman in college baseball heading into 2016.
2016 Conference Previews: Ohio Valley
Ace lefthander Joey Lucchesi headlines a veteran Southeast Missouri State squad that heads into 2016 as the team to beat in the OVC.
Report Card: Offseason Coaching Hires
Arizona made an interesting hire with the addition of head coach Jay Johnson. We grade the Wildcats’ hire of Johnson and the rest of the head coaching hires.
Weekend Preview: April 2-5
Weekend Preview looks at the Big Ten’s impressive duo of Nebraska and Iowa, Duke’s injury issues, and has notes from around the country.
The Ouch List, March 29
Oregon’s weekend woes continued, as the Ducks were bludgeoned in a three-game sweep at Arizona. Find out who else took it on the chin in Week Seven.
2015 Conference Previews: Ohio Valley
Preseason OVC player of the year Dylan Bosheers and Tennessee Tech should challenge league favorite SEMO.