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Two Ways To Win

Aaron Fitt -

As part of our College Midseason Update, National Writer Aaron Fitt talks with Virginia two-way star Danny Hultzen, college baseball's MVP through the first half of the season.

College | #2011#On Campus

Panik Stepping Up For St. John’s

Teddy Cahill -Premium Content

Playing baseball his whole life in New York, St. John's shortstop Joe Panik heard plenty about how good the baseball players were anywhere but in the North. But in just three months last summer, Panik showed that he belonged among the best players in the country.

College | #2011#On Campus

Versatile Wright Has Always Hit

Aaron Fitt -Premium Content

When Ryan Wright arrived on Louisville's campus in the fall of 2008, after a standout career as a high school shortstop and football quarterback in Indiana, Cardinals coach Dan McDonnell wasn't sure if he would stay at short, or fill out and move to third base, or even if he'd wind up in center field. But he knew he would hit.

College | #2011#On Campus

Wittels Moves Forward

Walter Villa -Premium Content

Florida International shortstop Garrett Wittels saw his hitting streak end at 56 games Friday, amidst controversy about whether he should have been playing at all in the wake of an offseason arrest for rape.

College | #2011#On Campus

Not Dead Yet

Aaron Fitt -

After initially being given almost no hope of saving California's baseball program, supporters have put together money and a plan to save baseball and four other sports. They're just waiting for the school's administration to sign off on their plan.

College | #2010#On Campus

Coaching Carousel Continues To Spin

Aaron Fitt -

The coaching carousel was fairly busy this summer, and not just at the head coaching level. Fifteen coaches who served as assistants in 2010 landed head coaching jobs after the season (see chart), creating a merry-go-round effect in the assistant ranks.

College | #2010#On Campus