Miami, Fl - College baseball coaches everywhere are entering uncharted territory. They face a lot of uncertainty in the aftermath of a canceled 2020 season. For those who haven’t been following, the NCAA Division I Council decided in late March to give all spring sport athletes an extra year of
Miami, FL - The Miami Hurricanes stormed their way into conference play to torch the Pittsburgh Panthers 14-2 Sunday for the weekend sweep. After trailing early, the bats came alive, culminating in an explosive seven-run eighth consisting of three straight doubles and a triple to put away their ACC rivals.
Gators sweep Hurricanes Miami, FL - What began as a weekend full of excitement and hope ended in bitter disappointment for the No. 1 Miami Hurricanes. Their offense was stifled throughout the series and Sunday was no exception. Unable to overcome the No. 2 Florida Gators, they fell 5-3 to complete the
Miami, FL - The Miami Hurricanes kept on owning and kept on rolling, outscoring the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 13-6 Sunday afternoon to complete the Opening Weekend sweep at The Light. Slade Cecconi dominated from the mound, keeping the visitors hitless through five frames as the offense remained red hot. Southpaw starter Tevin
Miami, FL - Last Wednesday was National Signing Day, as players across the country made their picks, choosing the programs they would be playing for to start their collegiate careers. For some schools, it was business as usual, bringing in the latest, promising crop of recruits to (hopefully) ensure their