March 11, 2016 Collegiate Baseball

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• Special Report: Ron Wolforth explains how to perform pitcher assessments prior to starting velocity improvement program.

• Legend Of Game: Lamar’s Jim Gilligan has seen a pitching evolution take place over 1,300 victories.

• Incredible Marriage Proposal:  Coach Ben Reel of Indiana Southeast proposes to girlfriend in a helicopter as they view a special message on his baseball field.

• Lou Pavlovich Column: Player with no legs never had any excuses which many players can learn from.

• Pulled From Perfect Game: Joey Lucchesi throws 7 perfect innings and is pulled because of pitch count.

• Charlie Greene Column: Here’s how to add some excitement to warming up.

• NCAA Div. I Notes:  Wild game takes place as Bryant edges Monmouth in 17 innings as 14 pitchers utilized.

• Louisville Slugger National Players of The Week: Two hitters each belt 5 home runs while 5 others put up huge numbers.

Collegiate Baseball’s NCAA Div. I Top 30: Florida remains No. 1 after rolling to 7-1 record in poll presented by Big League Chew.

High School Notes: Bryant High School’s (Bryant, Ark.) Zach Jackson fires perfect game with 9 strikeouts. Plus a look at several top national tournaments across the USA.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Fourth out appeal play can have big consequences.

• NCAA Div. 2 Notes: Montevallo blasts 8 home runs in one contest.

• Junior College Notes: North Iowa Area hits for rare home run cycle in one crazy inning.

• Elite Coaches Named To NJCAA Hall Of Fame: Inductees include Barry Davis (Rowan Gloucester), Doug Little (Potomac St.), Neil Fiala (Southwestern Illinois) and Steve Burleson (Kansas City).

• Jack Dunn Column: Suicide squeeze play requires precise timing with runner, hitter.

• NCAA Div. 3 Notes: Tommy Vitaletti of Christopher Newport records back-to-back 5-hit games.

• NAIA Notes: NAIA announces a 3-year contract extension with Lewis-Clark St College that will keep the NAIA World Series at Harris Field in Lewiston, Idaho through 2019.

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