Tag: Duke Blue Devils

Scott Cichon Picked #1 Overall in Draft

Duke graduate Scott Cichon, 23, has been selected #1 overall in the 2018 Bull League draft by the Arizona Cowboys, it has been announced today.

The left-handed starter impressed baseball scouts with his performance overall this season, finishing 9-1 with a 1.96 ERA over 82.2 innings. With just 66 hits and 23 walks allowed his WHIP worked out to an admirable 1.08. He rung up 95 batters and just allowed two home runs. Continue reading “Scott Cichon Picked #1 Overall in Draft”

Elite Eight Set for NCAA Division I Playoffs

The season has come to a close, and the NCAA Division I playoff teams have now been set. After some tough battles, some great players and teams will miss post-season play, but all can hold their head up high after participating in what has been an exciting college season.

Of the four NCAA conferences, and 32-teams, just eight will continue on into the post-season, including all of the conference leaders, and two wildcards from each conference group, the “A10” (Atlantic Coast and Big-10) and “SE12” (Southeast and PAC-12). Continue reading “Elite Eight Set for NCAA Division I Playoffs”

Ohio State Moves to 5-3 on Win Over Duke

The Buckeyes moved to 5-3 after putting down the Blue Devils today in Columbus, with much of the credit for the win going to Miles Jefts who went 5-for-5, with a pair of doubles and 3 runs scored.

The win caps a successful 2-game series against Duke in which Ohio State completed a sweep for their first series win of the year.

Ohio State beat Duke 9-7 on a 5-hit effort from Jefts.

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NCAA Opener Full of Lopsided Losses

Opening Day for the NCAA took place yesterday, and all 32 teams were in action, with some incredibly lopsided losses as hot bats ruled the day.

There was, of course, the 28-run, 4 hour 41 minute marathon between Arkansas and Auburn, which saw an already high-scoring 9-9 tie break out into an 18-10 win for the Tigers on the back of Jayden Nelson’s 3-for-3, 2 HR, 4 RBI effort. Continue reading “NCAA Opener Full of Lopsided Losses”