CWS 2015, Day 11

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 25th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

And this time it is VIRGINIA.  (Yes, not a typo. We’re talking about the Cavaliers here).

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day 10

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 24th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

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WHAT I SAW AT THE CWS, DAY TEN
A repeat of last year, essentially. In 2014 Vanderbilt won game one of the CWS Finals over UVa 9-8, before the Cavs roared back to take game two 7-2. This year is a very similar scenario as the Wahoos took game two tonight 3-0 with an unsung cast of stars.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Eight

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 21st, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

 

UVa catcher Matt Thaiss and pitcher Josh Sborz do their best impression of Rob Halford and Ted Nugent in trying to out-scream each other after the 5-4 win over Florida.

Scream Dream! UVa catcher Matt Thaiss and pitcher Josh Sborz do their best impression of Ted Nugent in trying to out-scream each other after the 5-4 win over Florida.

Virginia downs Florida in a nip-and-tuck 5-4 final to secure their spot opposite Vanderbilt in the CWS Championship Final.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Seven

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 20th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

Tyler Alexander seems to be making a throw from the dark recesses of the Frogs' season. But really, he's just making a throw to first during the first inning.

Tyler Alexander seems to be making a throw from the dark recesses of the Frogs’ season. But really, he’s just throwing to first during the 1st inning.

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Florida beat Virginia and extend that series another day, but Vanderbilt turned the lights out on the TCU baseball season, leaving our defending national champions just two wins away from repeating.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Six

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 19th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

LSU pitcher Parker Bugg must feel a million miles away as he sits on the Tiger bench in their half of the ninth inning, just hoping his teammates can score four more runs to where he can pitch again and extend the season another game.

LSU pitcher Parker Bugg (left) must feel a million miles away as he sits on the Tiger bench in their half of the ninth inning, just hoping his teammates can score four more runs to where he can pitch again and extend the season another game.

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In another matchup of purple monsters in Omaha, TCU moves on and LSU heads home.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Five

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 18th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 3

Harrison Bader celebrates his first inning home run with his teammates. It was a 412-foot salvo to centerfield, which hasn't been done before at TD Ameritrade Park.

Harrison Bader celebrates his first inning home run with his teammates. It was a 412-foot salvo to centerfield, which hasn’t been done before at TD Ameritrade Park.

Florida stayed alive in the College World Series with a dominating 10-2 win over in-state rival Miami.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Four

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 17th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 2

 

Vanderbilt sits in the driver's seat after disposing of TCU by the hairs on their chinny-chin-chin.

Vanderbilt sits in the driver’s seat after disposing of TCU by the hairs on their chinny-chin-chin.

We’re through two rounds of the 2015 College World Series and the two unbeatens are Virginia and Vanderbilt… just like last year. The two teams we’ve said goodbye to are Arkansas and Cal State Fullerton. The remaining four teams all stand at 1-1 in Florida, Miami, LSU and TCU. You find any of that surprising? And secondly, are we headed for a CWS Finals rematch?

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Three

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 16th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 0

 

Jeren Kendall puts on the superhero cape and gives Vandy an unlikely jog-off win with this home run swing.

Jeren Kendall puts on the superhero cape and gives Vandy an unlikely jog-off win with this home run swing.

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Due to Mother Nature’s major form of intrusion, we had three games conclude today and also had this turn into Late Night at TD Ameritrade. The continuation of Sunday night’s Fullerton-Vanderbilt game was supposed to start at 11:05 am, but due to persistent, even maddening rain, today’s first pitch didn’t take place till 2:02pm. The last pitch of the day finally came at 12:26am.

 
 

CWS 2015 – Day Two

By Eric Sorenson . Posted on June 15th, 2015 in College World Series Comments: 2

 

Cody Jones was one of TCU's heroes and gets that kind of welcome coming back to the dugout after throwing out LSU's Jared Foster at home plate to preserve a scoreless game.

Cody Jones was one of TCU’s heroes and gets that kind of welcome coming back to the dugout after throwing out LSU’s Jared Foster at home plate to preserve a scoreless game.

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The 2015 College World Series rolled on today with TCU becoming the third team to start the week with a win and Vanderbilt and Cal State Fullerton had an upset brewing in the sixth inning before the rains came down to put a halt to the game. The two teams will continue their game at 11am on Monday. See you there.