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Stat Roundup: March 23 Top Performers
Michigan’s Jonathan Engelmann had four extra-base hits against Michigan State, earning him a spot on Friday’s individual leaderboard.
On The Upswing: Week Four
Taylor Turski and Kansas made a splash with a sweep of St. John’s. Find out which other teams improved their stock a great deal over the past week.
D1 Digest: Saturday, March 10
The fourth Saturday of the college baseball season did not disappoint as there were plenty of dominating performances along with the usual array of upsets and stunning finishes. Grab a fork and dive in here.
Stat Roundup: March 10 Top Performers
Jordan Jones struck out 11 in a complete game for Washington, earning a spot on the Saturday individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 9 Top Performers
Louisiana’s Nick Lee allowed just one hit over eight strong innings against South Alabama, earning a spot on Friday’s individual leaderboard.
2018 Conference Previews: OVC
Niko Hulsizer and Morehead State hope to take control of the Ohio Valley, as we have team reports, standings, prospect lists and much more on the OVC.
2018 Conference Previews: Sun Belt
Travis Swaggerty and South Alabama are the clear-cut favorites to win the Sun Belt, but several teams hope to spoil their season. How should the Sun Belt stack up?
Team USA Prospects: 21-30
Our rankings and scouting reports for USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team conclude with a breakdown of 10 more prospects.
Takeaways: Team USA Sweeps Taiwan
Oklahoma’s Steele Walker signs some autographs after being named MVP of Team USA’s series sweep of Chinese Taipei. Find out who else has stood out so far for Team USA.
D1 Digest: Saturday, March 19
Jeren Kendall helped Vanderbilt get off the mat at Ole Miss with a homer, while that’s just one of many great stories from Saturday’s action.
D1 Digest: Wednesday, March 8
Peyton Gray and FGCU did a clean sweep of No. 2 Florida in midweek action and headline our look back at Wednesday’s action.
2017 Conference Previews: Sun Belt
Jared Barnes and South Alabama are worthy challengers to Coastal Carolina and UL Lafayette in the competitive Sun Belt.
Week 10 Power Rankings: Catcher
Zack Collins took over the No. 1 spot in our updated rankings of college baseball’s top catchers after 10 weeks of play.
Stat Roundup: April 22 Top Performers
Cody Sedlock struck out 14 over 10 2/3 masterful innings for Illinois, headlining Friday’s individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: April 5 Top Performers
Jack Kruger had three hits, including a home run, for Mississippi State on Tuesday, landing him on the individual leadeboard.
Stat Roundup: April 2 Top Performers
Austin Sexton went the distance in Mississippi State’s win against Ole Miss, earning him a spot on the Saturday individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: March 1 Top Performers
Preseason All-American Keston Hiura homered twice to lead UC Irvine past Loyola Marymount, headlining Tuesday’s individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 28 Top Performers
Nick Senzel had five RBIs to help Tennessee wrap a big weekend with a rout of Central Michigan, headlining the Sunday individual leaderboard.
Position Power Rankings: Outfield
Mercer power plant Kyle Lewis is one of the nation’s most dangerous hitters, landing him near the top of our list of the Top 100 outfielders in Division I heading into 2016.
Position Power Rankings: Catcher
Virginia’s Matt Thaiss and Florida’s J.J. Schwarz rank among the nation’s best catchers largely because of their bats, while others crack our Top 50 catchers list based more on their defense.
2016 Conference Previews: Sun Belt
Reigning conference pitcher of the year Kevin Hill leads a South Alabama squad that could give Louisiana-Lafayette a run for its money in the Sun Belt.
Prospect Rundown: NECBL
Southern Miss slugger Tim Lynch won the NECBL home run derby in convincing fashion, making him the big winner of a rain-plagued all-star day in Maine.
On The Upswing: Week 5
Lefthander Sean Keselica and Virginia Tech increased their stock a great deal with a huge home series sweep over Virginia, but they’re not alone on the national stage.