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  • Miami falls to Georgia Tech in opening game of ACC Tourney

    Miami entered the ACC Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed, the Coastal Division champion and a favorite to contend for the conference title. The Hurricanes can still win that tournament championship, but they got off to a rough start falling to ninth-...
  • FSU pitcher Gage Smith anchors bullpen after being cut twice

    FSU pitcher Gage Smith anchors bullpen after being cut twice
    TALLAHASSEE – The phone call came on the eve of the season opener. Gage Smith had been telling friends and family that he was going to finally see action as a pitcher for Florida State. Growing up in Tallahassee, it was all he ever wanted. The...
  • Virginia baseball's recent slide seems more blip than trend

    Virginia baseball's recent slide seems more blip than trend
    Virginia has won two ACC baseball tournaments under Brian O'Connor, and the Cavaliers rode the wave of both championships, 2009 and '11, to the College World Series. Last week, Virginia went 1-2 at the ACC tournament. Moreover, the Cavaliers dropped two...
  • Oregon State's Conforto, Fry named top Pac-12 baseball players

    Oregon State dominated the Pac-12’s postseason baseball awards. Outfielder Michael Conforto was named player of the year and Jace Fry was named pitcher of the year. Both were instrumental in the Beavers winning the conference title. Lindsay Meggs,...
  • Suffolk's Brandon Lowe recovers from knee injury to become Maryland's top bat

     Suffolk's Brandon Lowe recovers from knee injury to become Maryland's top bat
    As unnerving as it should've been to face college pitching for the first time, nothing about standing in the batter's box this season against Atlantic Coast Conference pitchers made Maryland's Brandon Lowe flinch. A team-best .339 batting average, which...
  • College Update: Horner, Hurricane turn in terrific season

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Catherine Horner (La Canada High, 2012) Tulsa softball sophomore: Tulsa turned in a banner season and Horner played a vital role in it. By season’s end, Horner had been...
  • College baseball: UCLA, USC players named All-Pac-12 Conference

    UCLA pitchers David Berg and James Kaprielian and Bruins catcher Shane Zeile, and USC pitchers Wyatt Strahan and Kyle Davis were selected to the All-Pac-12 Conference baseball team, the conference announced. Coaches selected 14 pitchers to the 32-player...
  • St. Paul's graduate LaMonte Wade is part of historic run for Terps baseball team

    St. Paul's graduate LaMonte Wade is part of historic run for Terps baseball team
    Playing for the Maryland baseball team has always had a special meaning for LaMonte Wade. When he was still at St. Paul's in Brooklandville, the Owings Mills native said in a video at a showcase tryout that the highlight of his baseball career wasn't an...
  • 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-...
  • Baseball: Slugger Sparks UCI run

    Baseball: Slugger Sparks UCI run
    For most of his UC Irvine baseball career, Taylor Sparks has been more about detonating rallies than igniting them. But after a postseason move to the leadoff spot, the former cleanup hitter has helped the Anteaters explode back onto college baseball's...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters battle Texas

    College Baseball: 'Eaters battle Texas
    UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie said during Friday's press conference in Omaha that his team is the party crasher among the eight schools in the College World Series. If that is the case, then the Anteaters (40-23), who upset No. 1 national seed...