Monday, May 28, 2012

College baseball

  • NEW YORK—Florida heads into the NCAA tournament as college baseballs top team. The Gators appreciate the honor, but theyre interested only in finishing No. 1 at the College World Series.
  • (Sporting News)
  • NEW YORK -- Florida heads into the NCAA tournament as college baseballs top team. The Gators appreciate the honor, but theyre interested only in finishing No. 1 at the College World Series.
  • (ESPN)
  • The NCAA Tournament selection committees always seem to love a rematch and that's exactly what seven-time Big East baseball champion St. John's was given on Monday when the tournament field was announced.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • Philadelphia, PA – This holiday weekend there will be 22 different conference tournaments decided across the college baseball landscape.
  • (FOX News)
  • The LSU Tigers are the No.
  • (SB Nation)
  • As the Long Beach State baseball team quietly walked back to their dugout Sunday afternoon, they wore the obvious expressions after a loss that was the difference between the end of the season and earning a trip to the postseason.
  • (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
  • COLUMBIA — South Carolina's college baseball powerhouses will meet in Columbia for the opening round of the NCAA tournament. Clemson and Coastal Carolina are heading to the regional hosted by No.
  • (Augusta Chronicle)
  • The College of Charleston on Monday received an at-large berth for this week's 64-team NCAA Baseball Tournament -- as a No. 3 seed in the Gainesville Regional -- and Clemson was sent to the Columbia Regional as a No. 2 seed.
  • (The Post and Courier)
  • San Marcos — Promising, but disappointing. Perhaps those words best describe the Texas State baseball team's roller-coaster 2012 season, which came to an end on Friday, the third day of the Southland Conference Tournament.
  • (San Marcos Daily Record)
  • UCLA played the toughest schedule in college baseball and won a share of thePac-12 Conference title. On Monday, the NCAA rewarded the Bruins by seeding them No. 2 nationally in the 64-team playoffs.
  • (Los Angeles Times)

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