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  • Phillies draft LSU right-hander at No. 7 overall

    WASHINGTON -- Right-hander Aaron Nola certainly helped himself by going to college. In 2011, Nola was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 22nd round of the baseball draft, but he decided to head to LSU, where his older brother, Austin, was an All-...
  • Miami lefty Andrew Suarez selected by Washington Nationals in MLB Draft

    Miami lefty Andrew Suarez selected by Washington Nationals in MLB Draft
    Miami lefty Andrew Suarez became the first Hurricane selected in the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft Thursday night, when the Washington Nationals chose the redshirt sophomore with their second-round pick, 57th overall. Suarez, who...
  • Friday's local college roundup: W&M drops epic 23-inning game at College of Charleston

    Baseball: In a 23-inning duel, the second-longest game in NCAA history, William and Mary lost 3-2 at the College of Charleston on a walk-off single by Morgan Phillips. It came off Kevin Casey, who started the game at second base and rarely pitches for W&...
  • College Baseball: Cal State Fullerton trounces UC Irvine

    Up was down, reality trumped perception and disappointment ruled the day for the UC Irvine baseball team Friday night. Cal State Fullerton must be in town. The visiting Titans, who are scuffling in fifth place, unranked by Baseball America for the...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters let one slip away

    Just like its chances for an outright Big West Conference crown, another superb performance by sophomore starting pitcher Elliot Surrey, and even a chance at history for junior closer Sam Moore, the lead slipped away from the UC Irvine baseball team...
  • Hurricanes hoping top seed leads to ACC tourney title

    Even as some of the losses piled up early, there was no mass panic. Instead, Javi Salas said, as the Hurricanes struggled to a 13-12 start, the focus remained constant. Get better. Keep plugging away. Take each game as a new challenge. The Miami...
  • W&M baseball earns No. 1 seed, aims for CAA tournament title

    W&M baseball earns No. 1 seed, aims for CAA tournament title
    WILLIAMSBURG — Though Nick Thompson is a relative newcomer to William and Mary baseball, he is plenty familiar with the school. He grew up in Chesapeake. Both parents earned undergraduate and law school degrees from W&M. An aunt and uncle...
  • Virginia poised for ACC baseball tournament after remarkable regular season

    Virginia poised for ACC baseball tournament after remarkable regular season
    Virginia enters the ACC baseball tournament fresh off its worst series of the season, prompting absolutely zero public distress from coach Brian O'Connor. "I'm proud of what our team accomplished in the regular season," he said as the Cavaliers prepared...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M's Katz named CAA baseball Player of Year; ODU's Walker, Burney gain All-Conference USA honors

    Colleges: Baseball: CAA: William and Mary junior outfielder Michael Katz was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year at a pre-tournament banquet in Wilmington, N.C., and the Tribe's Brian Murphy was named Coach of the Year in his...
  • College Baseball: Titans sweep 'Eaters

    When it was over, all there was to do for the UC Irvine baseball team was to look ahead. Doing just that, however, may have helped cost the Anteaters a shot at salvaging the final game of their Big West Conference series with Cal State Fullerton on...
  • Jake Stinnett's return to Maryland has paid off for him and the Terps

    Jake Stinnett's return to Maryland has paid off for him and the Terps
    Maryland ace Jake Stinnett made a $70,000 gamble with his baseball career last summer, when he turned down the Pittsburgh Pirates' bid to sign him as a 29th-round draft pick and returned for his senior season. The downside was minimal. Falter as a...