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Uniformity: College Baseball’s New Threads
Now that we’re into the 2018 college baseball season, it’s time to take an inside look at some of the hot new uniforms out there. Check it out!
Louisville Regional Breakdown
Louisville is the prohibitive favorite in its home regional. But be warned, the Cards have ended their last two seasons on their home field brokenhearted.
D1 Digest: Saturday, March 4
Radford’s Danny Hrbrek put himself into the record book with a no-hitter, headlining a fascinating Saturday of college baseball action.
Stat Roundup: March 4 Top Performers
Oregon State’s Luke Heimlich struck out 10 over eight innings of three-hit, shutout ball to earn a spot on the Saturday leaderboard.
Position Power Rankings: Second Base
Coming off an MVP summer in the Cape Cod League, Virginia’s Ernie Clement ranks atop our list of college baseball’s top 50 second basemen.
2017 Conference Previews: Big South
With Coastal Carolina out of the Big South, it’s now up for grabs with Cole Hallum and Campbell and others looking to take charge.
Stat Roundup: April 30 Top Performers
Thomas Hatch threw a complete-game shutout in Oklahoma State’s win against Texas, landing him on the Saturday individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: April 29 Top Performers
Elliot Surrey threw a five-hit shutout to lead UC Irvine past Cal State Fullerton, earning him a spot on the Friday 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. 27 Top Performers
Alex Destino bashed a three-run homer and a grand slam for South Carolina, headlining the Saturday individual leaderboard.
2016 Conference Previews: Big South
Matt Crohan, the Big South’s top prospect, leads a veteran Winthrop team that hopes to make noise in a competitive league that also includes contenders Coastal Carolina, Liberty and High Point.
Top 100 Programs: 91-100
As we head into the fall, Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers look at the current state of college baseball, ranking the top 100 programs beginning with 91-100.
2015 Nashville Regional Preview
Dansby Swanson and Vanderbilt hope to start the road to back-to-back titles, but as Kendall Rogers details, Radford, Indiana and Lipscomb have some other plans.
Weekend Madness: Thursday, May 14
South Carolina continued to roll Thursday as D.C. Arendas helped the Gamecocks beat LSU. Meanwhile, Missouri State and others clinched conference crowns as we look back.
Field Of 64 Projections: Week 13
Dallas Baptist is having a year for the ages with a No. 1 RPI, and enters as a national seed this week. There are plenty of other changes in our latest postseason projections.
Making The Postseason Case: April 20
Several national seeds had impressive weeks, while others hurt their top-eight stock with unimpressive showings. We analyze them and other teams who helped/hurt their cases.
Weekend Preview: April 16-19
Alex Robinson has helped make Maryland’s bullpen a major strength for the Terrapins heading into a big series vs. Cal State Fullerton. We also look at Nevada, Radford and more.
Postseason Bubble Watch: Week 9
Taylor Guilbeau and Alabama, along with others such as Mississippi State are on the bubble as we head down the last half of the season. What needs to happen to make the field?
Duel Vision: Week Two’s Top Pitching Matchups
Stanford’s Cal Quantrill takes on Fullerton’s Thomas Eshelman in an All-America bout, headlining a strong pitching slate.