Kole Kaler is headed to Texas A&M for his senior campaign after enduring the junior college route and two standout seasons at Hawaii.
Finwood said, “I wanted them [the players] to understand just how important and how historic this season was and what it’s going to do for our program. All the good things that happen to our program moving forward, recruiting, facilities, national recognition, are going to be standing on their shoulders. That’s what winning does. We’re really proud of that, proud of our boys and our coaching staff.”
Former MLB player Frank Catalanotto has been named the new baseball coach of the Hofstra Pride.
The West Virginia University Mountaineers baseball team saw four of its players selected in the MLB Draft with all four going to the San Diego Padres or Los Angeles Dodgers. The selections mark a strong showing for a rising college baseball program.
With his selection by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 13th round of this year’s MLB Draft, Shepherd University outfielder Jared Carr became just the fourth Ram ever picked in the draft and he hopes his selection will continue a positive trend for the program.
Ben Casparius, 22, pitched for UConn’s baseball team for just one season before being drafted in the fifth round of the 2021 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Sixteen picks after Lobos shortstop Mack Chambers was taken by the St. Louis Cardinals, UNM ace Justin Armbruester was selected by the Baltimore Orioles.
University of Louisville junior catcher Henry Davis became the first Cardinals player to be selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the MLB Draft and just the seventh catcher selected with the top overall pick in draft history.
It’s every young baseball player’s dream: to play for his high school varsity team, to then get a scholarship to play for a Division I college team, and to be drafted by your local big league team. And that’s exactly how homegrown talent Ian Villers’ baseball life has gone.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (BVM) — Kansas State baseball history was made Sunday night when the Chicago Cubs selected left-handed pitcher Jordan Wicks with the 21st overall pick in the 2021 Major League Baseball Draft. Wicks became the first-ever K-State player to be selected in the first round of the draft and just the third to be […]