2019 Division III College Preview

While the home of this year’s NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament has changed, the quality of baseball to be played on college campuses has not. Each of the schools listed below unquestionably has the talent for a historic season and the ability take home the D-III title this May. The teams are indeed ranked from…

2019 Division II College Preview

Last season in the American League two of the top eight leaders in batting average previously played for NCAA Division II teams. JD Martinez, a former Nova Southeastern Shark, and Joey Wendle, who previously suited up for the West Chester Rams, found their names listed among baseball’s elite. Additionally, schools such as the University of…

2019 NAIA Baseball Preview

When it comes to college baseball the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is typically overlooked. The schools are often in tiny off-the-beaten-path towns, seemingly always having some an askew direction or some sort of religious element to their name (Northeast Nebraska Nazarene State would be a quintessential school). And aside from parents and other…

Florida Southern’s Logan Browning Earns 2018 Josh Willingham Award

Florida Southern’s Logan Browning has been named the winner of the 2018 Perfect Game Josh Willinhgam Award as DII baseball’s Most Valuable Player. The award is named after former University of North Alabama Lion star, Josh Willingham, and honors a player who not only excels on the diamond, but in the dugout, clubhouse and practice…

Florida Southern’s J.T. Hintzen Wins 2018 Tomko Award

Florida Southern’s J.T. Hintzen has been named the winner of the fifth annual Perfect Game Brett Tomko Award.The annual award is bestowed to a college baseball pitcher whose on the field performance is deemed the most outstanding at the Division II level. Hintzen tied for the NCAA D-II lead with 14 wins (14-0) and was…

Final D-II, NAIA, D-III Rankings

Another season is on the books for D-II, NAIA and D-III baseball. With each spring surprise stories and successes are always abound, but this year the astounding occurrences seemed to be even more fruitful. None of the eventual champions were ranked in the preseason top 20 of their respective divisions, yet each overcame less-than-optimistic prophecies…