Category: College

Michigan’s Fritze With 3 CG Shutouts So Far in 2020

(GAME DATE – Feb 26, 2020) — Sophomore right-hander Ryan Fritze of Michigan was notched 3 wins so far this season for the Wolverines, all on complete game shutouts. In his latest decision, a 4-0 win over Duke, he allowed just 6-hits, no walks, while striking out 16 batters.

Michigan leads the Big Ten with a 10-4 record. Fritze has led the way there, notching 37 K’s and just 5 walks so far this year. Continue reading “Michigan’s Fritze With 3 CG Shutouts So Far in 2020”

Port Royal College Takes High School World Series

(GAME DATE: 15 Apr. 2019) — The Port Royal College Colonials, based in Kingston, Jamaica, have defeated the highly favored New England Seminary Saints

Both teams had finished in first place in Division 1 of their conferences, the Saints on top of the Independent Schools Division 1 with a 19-11 record, 3 games ahead of the two wild card teams, Niagara Academy Fighters and Central Chicago Prep Bankers.

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2019 NCAA Roundup, Playoff Teams Almost Set

(GAME DATE — 2019-04-15) —

While we will preview the high-potential draft choices in a later article, we are ready to announce all but 1 playoff seed as the PAC-12’s wild card remains up for grabs.

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CIS 2018 Preview

The Canadian Interuniversity Sports or “USports” baseball season is set to begin on Sunday, September 2nd for OUA teams, and the following Saturday for the CCBA teams.

But the season will kick off with an All-Star Game on September 1st, featuring the most talented and brightest baseball stars from both conferences. Continue reading “CIS 2018 Preview”

Dominican Republic’s Granados Takes Tourney MVP Award

Dominican pitcher Efrain Granados, who plays for Utah State’s Preachers normally, won Summer College MVP

With their championship win largely due to his effort, it was no surprise that the Dominican Republic’s ace starter Efrain Granados was named the MVP of the Summer College Tournament today.

During the tourney, the 20-year-old Granados, who normally plays for the CANAM’s Utah State Preachers, went 3-1, crafting a 0.96 ERA and tournament-best 0.89 WHIP. Continue reading “Dominican Republic’s Granados Takes Tourney MVP Award”

Dominican Republic Dominates in College Final

The Summer College Tournament, featuring the best and brightest international college and high school players, has finally come to a close in a grand finish that saw last year’s silver medal winner, Dominican Republic, take the gold in 2018.

The Dominicans defeated the team from South Korea 7-2 to take the gold medal game, and were crowned champions as a result. Continue reading “Dominican Republic Dominates in College Final”