Another successful campaign for the West Chester baseball team is set to continue in the NCAA Tournament.
Three local teams have received berths to the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship Tournament.
The Penn baseball program has produced its fair share of high level players over the years. This season, another name is being added to that list in junior outfielder Greg Zebrack.
West Chester’s Joe Wendle is a big reason for his team’s success.
Looking for the best college baseball team in the area? You probably don’t have to look any further than West Chester University.
Six weeks after Rob Valli resigned as head coach, the Owls have hired former Richmond assistant Ryan Wheeler to take his place.
Cusick was selected by the Phillies in the 29th round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft.
For the second straight season, the La Salle baseball team has qualified for the Atlantic 10 Baseball Tournament, which will once again be played at Campbell’s Field in Camden, NJ.
The La Salle University baseball team is in a dogfight for one of the six spots in this year’s Atlantic-10 Tournament, and one big reason for their success has been sophomore closer Pat Christensen.
The Temple University baseball team has been one of the country’s best offensive teams all season long, and one of the big reasons why is senior outfielder Byron McKoy.
It’s been a rough season for the St. Joe’s Hawks on the diamond. But a bright spot has been the development of a pitching ace this season in sophomore right-hander Kyle Mullen.
One of the key cogs in the Owls’ potent lineup this season is senior Ryan Ferguson, who recently set the Temple record with a 26-game hitting streak.
The La Salle Explorers are hitting on all cylinders these days. Tuesday’s 4-0 win over Villanova was their eighth straight, and that is a new program record.
In a 12-9, come-from-behind win over rival Delaware State, senior first baseman Steve Ulaky hit three home runs — including two in a nine-run 8th inning — and knocked in 7 for the Blue Hens.
You would be hard-pressed to find a team in the Northeast playing better baseball right now than the Temple Owls. A come-from-behind victory over Monmouth University on Monday was the Owls’ tenth win in a row.