Holliday moving OSU back into the college baseball elite

by Walter Sobchak on April 16, 2014

The first family of Fayette County baseball, the Hollidays, made an appearance over the weekend when Josh Holliday brought his 18th-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys into Morgantown, W.Va., for a three-ga

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Nebraska pounds K-State

by Jackie Treehorn on April 16, 2014

LINCOLN — Nebraska felt the sweet satisfaction of out-slugging the Kansas State Wildcats on Tuesday, salvaging one victory in a three-game series against NU’s former Big 12 rivals, 14-5, at Haymarket

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Utah State softball splits non-conference doubleheader with Weber State Tuesday

April 16, 2014

LOGAN, Utah — After nearly a week off, the Utah State softball team returned to action, splitting a doubleheader against in-state rival Weber State Tuesday at LaRee and LeGrand Johnson Softball Field

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Villanova Basketball Recruiting: Meet Wildcats' 2014 Class

April 16, 2014

Due to a strong returning core, the Villanova Wildcats only signed two recruits to be a part of the class of 2014.  The two players, Phil Booth and Mikal Bridges, will have a chance to contribute early in their collegiate careers if head coach Jay Wright uses them in the same fashion he used Kris Jenkins and Josh Hart last season.  Before we can speculate on the roles of the two players on the …

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McNeese Baseball Falls In Extra Innings at Tulane, 3-2

April 16, 2014

By McNeese Sports Information Assistant Hunter Bower NEW ORLEANS, La. – A walk-off single lifted the Green Wave of Tulane over the McNeese baseball team Tuesday night in a 3-2 extra innings affair.   The

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Seasoned softball coaches face off Wednesday

April 16, 2014

Wednesday, a combined 64 years of coaching experience will be on display in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. read more

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Tech Evens Series With Georgia

April 16, 2014

Freshman Ben Parr tossed six shutout innings to lead 25th-ranked Georgia Tech

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ASU baseball defeats No. 20 UNLV for first April midweek win

April 16, 2014

Arizona State baseball capped off an eight-game home stand by defeating the No. 20 UNLV Rebels on Tuesday by a score of 5-2.

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Huskers Overcome Early Deficit, Roll Kansas State

April 16, 2014

Nebraska rallied from a 4-run deficit to defeat Kansas State 14-5 while recording a season-high 22 hits.

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Baseball Drops Slugfest to San Jose State

April 16, 2014

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Playing its local rival, Santa Clara baseball fell to San Jose State by a final of 10-7. The Broncos are now 14-22 on the season while the Spartans are now 12-25.

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