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Tampa Wins Second Straight Title

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The Tampa Spartans have done it again. The top-ranked Spartans (53-10) defeated Columbus State (Ga.) 7-2 Friday to win their school’™s fifth Division II national championship. Tampa also became the […]

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Not Just Another Manic Monday

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By day’s end–weather permitting–we’ll know at least 15 of the 16 teams that will be playing in super-regionals next weekend (with only Charlottesville having the potential to be dragged out […]

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Who’s In Already

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Seven teams have already advanced to the NCAA Super-Regionals, but up to now being a No. 1 seed hasn’t been a big advantage. Three No. 1 seeds have advanced as […]

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Delmonico’s Done

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This just in: Tennessee has fired coach Rod Delmonico after the Volunteers missed the NCAA tournament for the second straight year. “Earlier today I informed coach Rod Delmonico of my […]

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Clemson In Control

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–Clemson’s much-maligned offense came through in a big way today against top-seeded Coastal Carolina, hammering out 16 hits in an 11-8 win. The Tigers got a big day […]

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Bearkats Bite Back–Again And Again

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We’ve had quite a few memorable games already this postseason, but Sam Houston State’s 12-11 win over Southern Mississippi in the Oxford regional this afternoon is a strong nominee for […]

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No More Morris Magic

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For the first time in Jim Morris’ 14-year tenure as Miami’s head coach, the Hurricanes did not win a regional. Miami lost to Louisville for the second time in three […]

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Pitcher’s Park? Not Today

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–Coastal Federal Field has a reputation as one of the most pitcher-friendly parks in the minor leagues, but it’s not playing like it this afternoon. After a 44-minute […]

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Anninos Domini

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–It took a while thanks to a 54-minute rain delay and a 44-minute lightning delay, but the St. John’s-Virginia Commonwealth game was worth the wait. With reliever Ryan […]

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Run Of The Mills

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Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) third baseman Beau Mills ended his Warriors career Thursday night with a bang–or three. Mills slugged three home runs and drove in eight to lead Lewis-Clark State […]

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Saturday’s Regional Roundup

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Here’s a regional-by-regional look at who’s in the driver’s seat, who’s still alive, who’s been eliminated and what’s on the schedule today. Thanks to J.J. Cooper for helping pull these […]

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Scary Barry

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–Just when we thought we were in the clear, the remnants of Tropical Depression Barry reminded us that his reach is far. It cleared up long enough this […]

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Hop On The Bus, Gus

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It’s still pouring outside the hotel room here in Myrtle Beach, but that doesn’t stop me from getting my college baseball fix by monitoring CSTV’s GameTracker. A number of teams […]

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Bad Barry

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.–We’re stuck in a rain delay here at the Myrtle Beach regional, as Tropical Depression Barry wreaks havoc with regionals along the Southeastern coast of the United States. […]

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Commodores On The Ropes

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The first day of regional play across the country has featured very few upsets, with all the top seeds winning so far and only some strong No. 3 seeds (Oregon […]

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Great Crowds In Chapel Hill

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C.–It’s the swan song for the current Boshamer Stadium, home of North Carolina’s baseball team. The ballpark will be torn down June 18–after, the Tar Heels hope, a […]

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