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Dodson, North Dakota Living A Nightmare
North Dakota unveiled the devastating news earlier today about dropping the baseball program, and we chatted with head coach Jeff Dodson about the decision.
Sorenson: Off The Top Of My Head, Puck Talk
Okay StitchHeads, it looks like I will have to put the “Gone Fishing” sign up on the door once again. As most of you guys who have been reading my garb over the years know I am a pretty big college hockey dude too, always been a fan of the puck. Well the kind folks […]
Stat Roundup: April 1 Top Performers
Dakota Hudson struck out a career-high 11 in a complete game against Ole Miss, earning him a prominent spot on the Friday leaderboard.
Sorenson: Off The Top Of My Head
Two weeks into the season, Eric Sorenson takes a look at what we’ve learned so far — who’s exceeded expectations, who’s underachieved, who’s flying under the radar.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 26 Top Performers
Evan Dougherty homered three times in Duke’s win against Ohio State, headlining Friday’s individual leaderboard.
College Weekend Preview: Feb. 26-28
Another weekend preview is out, and while Aaron Fitt takes an inside look at Louisville, Kendall Rogers looks at a rising under the radar arm and much more.
On The Upswing: Teams Raising Profiles
Mikey Diekreoger and Stanford increased their profile with a strong week, while other teams and individual players are in the same boat as well.
Spratling: Muckenhirn’s Gem Stymies USC
Zack Muckenhirn put together an absolute gem, as North Dakota shocked highly-ranked USC no Opening Day out in Los Angeles, Shotgun Spratling reports.
2016 Conference Previews: WAC
Paul Panaccione and Grand Canyon look like the class of the WAC but remain ineligible for postseason play. Seattle and Sacramento State are dangerous.
West Coast Wrap: Week 10
San Francisco swept USD on the road to take over the top spot in the WCC and earn Shotgun Spratling’s Best of the West in Week 10. Catch up on all the West Coast action with his rundown.
2015 Conference Previews: WAC
Brennan Leitao and Sacramento State are again the class of the WAC, but could have some stiff competition.