The 2017 NCAA Super Regionals will take place June 9-11 (Friday-Sunday) and June 10-12 (Saturday-Monday); the winners of the Super Regionals will advance to the College World Series.
The 2017 College World Series consists of two, 4-team double-elimination brackets from June 17-24 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska; the two bracket winners will meet in a best-of-three CWS Championship series on June 26-28.
Here are the previews of this year’s NCAA Super Regionals. Continue reading “Super Regional Previews”
Not much has changed in SEC baseball over the last three days; six teams are within 1.5 games of first place with seven conference games remaining.
Miss. State posted a huge road series win at Texas A&M and takes over sole possession of first place in the SEC standings with a 16-8 record. Florida and Kentucky are tied atop the SEC Eastern Division and are both one game back of the Bulldogs. Arkansas, Auburn and LSU are all 14-9 in league play and 1.5 games behind MSU.
Alabama made the most noise on Saturday by winning both games of double header at arch-rival Auburn. The Crimson Tide posted 4-3 and 7-6 wins and doubled in SEC win total (from 2 wins to 4 wins) in a span of seven hours. Alabama has six straight series wins over Auburn and won six straight games at Plainsman Park. Alabama had two wins over Auburn on the same day for the first time since May 7, 1983, when UA won 9-1 and 7-4 in Auburn.
Missouri snapped a 13-game SEC regular-season losing streak to Vanderbilt in its 12-inning win over the Commodores on Saturday. Florida overcame a 4-0 deficit to take the series with Ole Miss, 7-4. LSU and Kentucky both evened their weekend series with wins on Saturday.
Here is the latest news and notes from Saturday’s SEC baseball action. Continue reading “SEC Baseball Recaps (May 6)”
Vandy and Miss. State post lopsided wins; Florida offense roughs up Poche’; Georgia gets first SEC win; Auburn and Arkansas finally taste defeat; Aggies and Volunteers still searching for first victory. Here are the recaps on all seven SEC games from Friday night’s action.
Continue reading “SEC Recaps (March 25)”