College World Series News
Badgers win one for the 'other guys'
The clock struck zero in East Lansing and the head coaches strode to midfield to shake hands. The majority of the green-clad fans had already left Spartan Stadium, the outcome of the afternoon long safe from any doubt. As the telecast wrapped up with a quick recap of the stunning final score --
Stanford baseball coach Mark Marquess leaves lasting impact
Stanford baseball coach Mark Marquess sat silently as his Bay Area colleagues took turns at the podium listing off his accomplishments, praising his character and talking about the indelible impact Marquess has had on college baseball
Fear the Frog: TCU Pegged as College Baseball's Team to Beat
TCU has made it to the College World Series three straight years, and the Horned Frogs have brought back eight everyday players, their top two starting pitchers and the closer
Broadcasting icon Brent Musburger to end play-by-play duties Jan. 31
Brent Musburger, one of the most recognized and prominent voices in the history of sports television, will end his play-by-play career with ABC/ESPN at the end of January, it was announced Wednesday. Musburger, 77, who brought his folksy delivery to countless games -- most beginning with his "You
2016: What were the chances?!
91.7% Pre-Season Chances What Were the Chances?! How to capture the craziest year in sports ever? Step 1: Calculate the likelihood of some of the year's biggest moments! Step 2: List them in order. Step 3? Marvel at the year that was ESPN THE MAGAZINE 12/30/16 UConn's women, favored -- over the
Inspire, develop, perform: Unheralded British baseball chasing history
NEW YORK -- Liam Carroll probably couldn't have picked a better location for the biggest games of his coaching career. As manager of the team representing Great Britain at this week's World Baseball Classic qualifier, Carroll and his 28-man roster have their sights set on earning the final berth in
Big finish ahead for baseball regionals
We're through three days of the 2015 regionals . So really, be honest, how do your brackets look? Have they been busted by Virginia Commonwealth's run? Or Columbia's upset streak? Or by UC Santa Barbara's pratfall? Or by all these double-digit inning games? It has been another wild one for sure.
Florida reaches championship series after extra-inning win
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Kristi Merritt and Lauren Haeger made the throws that have Florida on the verge of a repeat. Merritt, a center fielder, threw out runners at the plate in the second and fourth innings, and Haeger pitched a complete game to give Florida a 3-2 victory over Auburn in nine innings
Wild Walk-off Win Keeps Season Alive For Surprising Auburn Tigers
OKLAHOMA CITY -- On a day when Auburn's season was extended in no small part through the efforts of Carlee Wallace, a 5-foot-2 Californian known in a garbled twist on the orange-hued characters from children's literature as "Choompa Loompa," the only outsider in a Women's College World Series of