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COLLEGE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS FOR 2016

LCSC Logo - Primary FullOne last round of congratulations to the college baseball champions from the nine divisions covered here at Balladeer’s Blog.

NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)

National Champions – LEWIS-CLARK STATE WARRIORS

Runners-Up – Faulkner University Eagles

2015 Champions – Lewis-Clark State Warriors  

Oklahoma Baptist University Bison BIGNCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association)

National Champions – OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY BISON

Runners-Up – Bethesda (CA) University Flames

2015 Champions – Fresno Pacific University Sunbirds  Continue reading

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CCCAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT CHAMPS

RustlerSam_webCHAMPIONSHIP SERIES: GAME ONE – The GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE RUSTLERS took on the SANTA ROSA COLLEGE BEAR CUBS. The Rustlers came into the game with 1 loss already hanging over them so they HAD to win just to survive against the undefeated Bear Cubs. A 3-2 Golden West College lead in the 1st Inning became an 8-3 advantage in the 2nd and the shootout was on. In the end the Rustlers forced a second game by defeating Santa Rosa College by a Polo Match score of 12-10. Soren Yarnall pitched for the GWC win. Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS CONTINUE

LSU Shreveport Pilots NEWRED RIVER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – The 3 seeds – the LSU-SHREVEPORT PILOTS (Riverboat Pilots) – had already moved on to the Championship Game. Their opponent wound up being the top seeded LSU-ALEXANDRIA GENERALS, who defeated the 4th seeded JARVIS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE BULLDOGS 6-1 in the early game. In the Main Event the Pilots folded, spindled and mutilated the Generals, spanking them ELEVEN to ONE! * THE PILOTS ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE 2016 RRAC TOURNAMENT * Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASEBALL POSTSEASON ACTION ROLLS ALONG

Viterbo V-HawksNORTH STAR ATHLETIC ASSO-CIATION ROUND TWO – The 7 seeds – the  VITERBO UNIVERSITY V-HAWKS – eliminated the 3rd seeded DAKOTA STATE TROJANS in a 7-4 upset    ###    The 6th seeded MAYVILLE STATE COMETS toppled the 2 seeds – the UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN JIMMIES – in a thrilling 3-2 affair    ###    The Jimmies then stayed alive in the night game by eliminating the aforementioned V-Hawks by a score of 7-5.     ###     Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASEBALL POSTSEASON CONTINUES

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College of Marin MarinersNOR-CAL ROUND ONE – GAME ONE – The COLLEGE OF MARIN MARINERS welcomed their First Round opponents the CANADA COLLEGE COLTS. After a scoreless 1st Inning the Colts took a 1-0 lead in the 2nd and 2-0 in the 3rd before the 4th Inning ended with Canada College leading the Mariners by a score of 3-2. Neither team scored again until the 7th, when the College of Marin belted in SIX runs and rode them the rest of the way for an 8-3 victory. Mariners Pitcher Cooper Casad picked up the win.     Continue reading

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CCCAA BASEBALL PLAYERS TO MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Previously Balladeer’s Blog featured NAIA college baseball players who were drafted by Major League Baseball teams. Now it’s the CCCAA’s turn, starting with the 2015 Champions.

Orange Coast College pirate logoORANGE COAST COLLEGE PIRATES

David Hill to the Rockies    

Chris Iriart to the Athletics

Kyle Dowdy to the Tigers  

Zach Nehrir to the Diamondbacks  

Collin Yelich to the Braves

Jacob Hill to the Indians Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS FOR 2015

One last round of congratulations to the college baseball champions from the nine divisions covered here at Balladeer’s Blog.

Lewis-Clark State Warriors NEWNAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)

National Champions – LEWIS-CLARK STATE WARRIORS

Runners-Up – Saint Thomas (FL) University Bobcats

2014 Champions – Cumberland University Bulldogs Continue reading

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