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Two Teams Left Standing In NAIA

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Tonight at 7 p.m., two teams will battle for the 2007 Avista-NAIA World Series championship. And it just wouldn’t feel natural if one of the teams wasn’t Lewis-Clark (Idaho) State. […]

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Tyler JC Captures First National Title

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Tyler (Texas) Junior College defeated Joliet (Ill.) JC 13-5 in the final game of the NJCAA Division III World Series to claim the school’™s first-ever national championship. After splitting the […]

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D-III Title Heads To New Jersey

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There was no magical run left in the Emory (Ga.) Eagles’ arms or bats. Faced with the formidable task of winning back-to-back games Tuesday afternoon in Grand Chute, Wis., Kean […]

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O’Neil Opens Eyes

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The rise of Devin Mesoraco was easily the most exciting story of amateur baseball in Pennsylvania this year. While Mesoraco, a senior catcher from Punxsutawney, made his move early this […]

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NCAA Blunder?

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In the brackets that have been released by the NCAA, Southern Conference teams Western Carolina and Wofford are both in the Chapel Hill regional. NCAA rules state that two teams […]

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All About Perspective

Alan Matthews -

After speaking with a scout who saw Joe Savery pitch for the first time this past weekend in the Conference USA tournament, I got to thinking how interesting it is […]

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College Top 25: May 28

For the ninth week in a row, Vanderbilt held onto the No. 1 spot in Baseball America's Top 25 rankings. The Commodores enter the NCAA Tournament with the nation's top ranking after winning the Southeastern Conference tournament.

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Troy, Memphis Among Surprises

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The field of 64 has been announced, and there are just a few eyebrow-raisers. The Southeastern Conference, which has received no fewer than six bids every year since the NCAA […]

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One Way To Look At It

John Manuel -

The bubble teams for the 64-team field really boil down to a small group, for me: West Coast bubbles (Gonzaga, Oregon State and UCLA) versus Southeast bubbles (Alabama, College of […]

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Crunching The Numbers

Aaron Fitt -

Conference champions have now been decided in every league except the Southeastern and West Coast conferences, so now seems like a good time to begin sorting out who gets at-large […]

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Bluejay Way

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I got a call from Creighton assistant coach Rob Smith this afternoon, and he was understandably excited about the Bluejays’ incredible run to their first Missouri Valley Conference championship. As […]

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Regional Sites Announced

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The 16 regional sites have been announced, and it’s clear that RPI was a bigger factor in determining hosts than conference standings. The 16 hosts: Arizona State, Arkansas, Coastal Carolina, […]

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Saturday Night Fever

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Here’s a quick roundup of some of the developments from Saturday’s late games: It’s impossible to say enough good things about Vanderbilt. Everyone knows how talented the Commodores are, but […]

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Far From Savory

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While Rice advanced to the finals of the Conference USA tournament today with a 20-9 win over Memphis, Rice junior lefty Joe Savery was unimpressive. He was lifted in the […]

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Owls Advance

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GREENVILLE, N.C.–Memphis made things interesting, but Rice feasted on the Tigers’ depleted pitching staff in a 20-9 win, sending the Owls to the Conference USA championship game against East Carolina. […]

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Favorites, Upstarts Alike Earn Bids

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Two of the heaviest favorites in conference tournaments cruised to championships this afternoon. Charlotte romped through the Atlantic-10 tournament, outscoring its opponents by a margin of 44-9 en route to […]

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