CLINTON, Miss. -- Lance Logsdon's first collegiate home run was a no-doubter that erased any doubt the Quincy University baseball team had about being able to rally. The freshman designated hitter launched a grand slam to straightaway center field in the s
QUINCY -- It may be surprising to hear Quincy University baseball coach Josh Rabe admit his biggest concern days before the season opener is the Hawks' offense. But it's understandable. Part of the reason is the limited at-bats he's been able to give...
QUINCY -- Been there, done that. Riley Martin believes that is the edge the Quincy University baseball team's pitching staff has over the rest of the Midwest Region. The junior left-hander is one of only three pitchers in the region to have started...
The Culver-Stockton College baseball team didn't score as it was swept in a doubleheader against Bethel University Saturday in McKenzie, Tenn. C-SC lost the first game 1-0 and lost the nightcap 6-0. The Wildcats (0-3) had just three hits in the opener aga
McKENZIE, Tenn. -- Jonathon Lopez collected two of the five hits for the Culver-Stockton College baseball team in its season opening 3-0 loss to Bethel (Tenn.) on Friday afternoon at the Kahlden Complex. Lopez was the only Wildcat to register multiple hit
CANTON, Mo. -- Culver-Stockton College baseball coach Kevin Kocks likes the mix of hitting and defense the Wildcats have this spring. The veteran coach is still sorting out the pitching. "On the mound is probably our biggest question mark," Kocks said.
The Hannibal-LaGrange University baseball team allowed eight runs in the top of the fifth in an 10-8 loss to Dallas Christian College Saturday afternoon. Dallas Christian College entered the inning trailing 4-2, but took a 10-4 advantage. The Trojans (2-
The preseason honors continue to pile up for Cody Birdsong and the Quincy University baseball team, and the season opener remains three weeks away. Birdsong, a senior second baseman, was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association...
QUINCY -- The fiery disposition and demanding nature that helped Greg Wathen win nearly 600 games in a quarter-century coaching the John Wood Community College baseball team often masked what his players came to respect most about him. He loved them as if they were his own sons. So when the news broke late Monday afternoon that Wathen unexpectedly passed away in his home at age 57, the former Trail Blazers scattered across the globe felt like they lost a father and a friend.
The Prospect League certainly will have a different look next summer. Quincy Gems owner Jimmie Louthan believes the league will be stronger because of it. The Normal CornBelters are leaving the Frontier League to join the summer college baseball league, a