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Sacramento State Takes WAC Title On A Hot Streak
Sacramento State lost its first game at the WAC tournament, but stormed back to win the league’s automatic bid with a triumph over Grand Canyon. Eric Sorenson sets the scene from Mesa.
High Drama With Stanford-Arizona State, WAC Tourney
Our Eric Sorenson spent the weekend in the desert, where he has the inside scoop on Stanford’s series win over Arizona State and the WAC tournament.
D1 Digest: SEC, Pac 12 Aces Post Impressive Outings
Arizona State’s Alec Marsh picked up his nation-leading seventh win against Arizona, one of several notable pitching performances from Friday’s action.
Week 6 Power Rankings: Relief Pitcher
Arkansas lefthander Matt Cronin took over the No. 1 spot in our updated list of the top 100 relievers in college baseball.
Preseason Power Rankings: Relief Pitcher
Stanford’s Jack Little leads our list of the top 125 relief pitchers in college baseball heading into 2019.
Preseason Power Rankings: Starting Pitcher
Duke lefthander Graeme Stinson headlines our list of the top 200 starting pitchers in college baseball heading into 2019.
2019 Conference Previews: WAC
New Mexico State looks to make it two-straight postseason appearances as it headlines the WAC entering the 2019 campaign.
Week 6 Power Rankings: Outfield
Oregon State’s Trevor Larnach jumped to the top of our updated ranking of college baseball’s top outfielders after six weeks of play.
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 3 Top Performers
Oregon State’s Bryce Fehmel threw a one-hit shutout against Hartford, earning him a spot atop Saturday’s individual leaderboard.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 23 Top Performers
Cal’s Andrew Vaughn smacked a pair of homers, earning him a spot on Friday’s individual leaderboard.
2018 Conference Previews: WAC
Ace Jake Wong leads a talented Grand Canyon club that has designs on the WAC title, but New Mexico State, Sacramento State and Seattle will be factors.
Stanford Regional Breakdown
Stanford is trying to send Mark Marquess out with a deep run, but the pitching of Fullerton and the bats of BYU will make this regional interesting.
West Coast Postseason Primer
Shotgun Spratling looks at how the West fared on selection day, and takes a peek ahead at the outlook for West teams heading into the tournament.
Saturday Wrap: The Good And Bad
A quick-hit look at the teams that claimed tournament titles and improved their standing for the NCAA tournament Saturday.
College Prospect Insider: Week 10
Kyle Wright had a huge weekend, but he wasn’t alone, as Frankie Piliere dissects.
Notebook: How The West Is Won, Week 4
In Shotgun Spratling’s latest West Notebook, he looks at UCLA, San Diego, USC, a rising Sacramento State pitcher and much more.
2017 Conference Previews: WAC
Nick Meservey and Seattle hope to again make a big splash in the WAC as Shotgun Spratling takes an inside look at the league.
West Coast Notebook
Justin Hooper is figuring things out for UCLA, leading Shotgun Spratling’s West notebook.
Stat Roundup: May 6 Top Performers
Rice ace Jon Duplantier allowed just three hits over 8 1/3 shutout innings, earning him a spot on the Friday individual leaderboard.
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.
Ten Thoughts: Saturday, Feb. 27
Jacob Wolfe and East Carolina scored a huge road series win over Virginia, one of the big storylines from Saturday’s college baseball action.
Sorenson: Off The Top Of My Head
Another week of college baseball action is on the horizon, and Eric Sorenson provides his usual, weekly and colorful look at the landscape of the sport.
Stat Roundup: Feb. 24 Top Performers
Alex Destino had three hits and four RBIs in South Carolina’s blowout win against Winthrop, earning him a spot on the Wednesday individual leaderboard.
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.
Recruiting Notebook: Part III
LJ Talley leads a deep Georgia class that rates as one of many strong groups that did not crack our top 25. Aaron Fitt looks at newcomers from the SEC, Pac-12, MWC and more.