May 6, 2016 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

May 6, 2016 Page 1• Winning 1,000 Games The Hard Way: Over 80% of Scott Berry’s games have been on the road with a gauntlet of wild weather conditions.

• Ultimate Turnaround Story: Jayson King turns Franklin Pierce into a powerhouse from a struggling program.

• Editorial: Abusing pitchers may result in court cases.

• Lou Pavlovich Column: TCU sets the bar for great hustle in game of baseball.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Dead ball plays can cause havoc during games.

• Charlie Greene: Scoring on pop flies takes place in a variety of ways.

• Incredible Game: Illinois beats Ohio State, 1-0 in the 15th innings.

• NCAA Div. 2 Notes: St. Edward’s pitcher Eric Hester throws 47-pitch, 7-inning complete game.

National HS Poll: Coppell HS (TX) rolls with 25-1 record to rank No. 1.

High School Notes: Sonoma Academy posts 5 consecutive no-hitters.

• NCAA Div. 1 Poll: Florida Gators No. 1 with 36-6 record.

• NCAA Div. 1 Notes: Georgia produces unusual hitting streak with 20 consecutive solo home runs.

• Baseball Technology: Advanced data has forever changed game of baseball.

• NAIA Notes: Tyler Thornton of Tennessee Wesleyan fires two no-hitters one week apart.

• NCAA Div. 3 Notes: Brandon Wessels of Buena Vista becomes third player in school history to record 200 hits.

• Jack Dunn: Increasing bat speed can be accomplished in many different ways.

• Junior College Notes: Duo of pitchers fire no-hitters, including Devin Smeltzer of San Jacinto North (TX) and Joey Knapp of Kalamazoo Valley (MI).

• Brian Cain: Value of the mental game is crucial to development of former Vanderbilt pitcher Casey Weathers.

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