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2022 Fall Report: Stanford • D1Baseball

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PALO ALTO, Calif. — It could be argued that no program in the country has had a better two-year run than the Stanford Cardinal. They have won their way to the College World Series each of the last two seasons, proving that they are a program that is at the top of its game under head coach Dave Esquer, who replaced the legendary Mark Marquess a few years ago and has prospered. Okay sure, they haven’t won the national title yet, but it’s still early in the Esquer Era. (No pressure, Dave.)

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As you guys know, we don’t do Fall Reports on everybody. I mean there are 300-some-odd programs in D1 baseball. But every once in a while we come across a team that might be a wee-bit under the radar that deserves a shout-out because they look like they might be a breakout team in the coming season. I came upon one of those teams this fall.

Catching the Stanford Cardinal in one of their Fall Ball games was one thing. But seeing San Jose State play and doing a deep dive into their program showed me[…]





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2022 Fall Report: East Carolina • D1Baseball

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CLEMSON, S.C. — East Carolina has been the class of the American Athletic Conference ever since Cliff Godwin arrived in Greenville, repeatedly hosting regionals and knocking on the door to Omaha. Last year, the Pirates advanced to super regionals for the fourth time in Godwin’s seven completed seasons as head coach, but this was the first time they got a chance to host a super, after a torrid stretch run earned them a national seed. And while ECU’s super regional loss to Texas was gut-wrenching, the weekend still served as a wonderful showcase for the program’s incredible gameday atmosphere and[…]





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2022 Fall Report: Connecticut • D1Baseball

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Jim Penders and Connecticut have become accustomed to being in the national spotlight.

The Huskies have evolved into one of the nation’s most consistent programs, and certainly the measuring stick when it comes to programs in the Northeast part of the country.

UConn has been tremendous over the past few seasons. It has made four-straight NCAA tournament appearances — not counting the 2020 COVID season — and reached a high-water mark this past season when it reached the Super Regional round against Stanford. The Huskies came up just short against Stanford but winning a road regional over Maryland was for[…]





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