UConn Baseball

Clemson Regional Preview

by Steve Hamel on June 1, 2011

in UConn Baseball

The University of Connecticut baseball team is making its second straight appearance in an NCAA tournament regional this weekend. The regional, being held in Clemson, S.C., also includes South Carolina powers Clemson and Coastal Carolina as well as in-state rival Sacred Heart. The games begin Friday when UConn will face Coastal Carolina at 3:00 p.m. [...]


Baseball receives at-large tournament bid

by Steve Hamel May 30, 2011

For the second consecutive year, the University of Connecticut baseball team has received an at-large NCAA tournament bid. The NCAA announced Monday that the Huskies (41-17-1) will be the number two seed in the Clemson, S.C. regional. Other teams in the Clemson Regional are No. 1 seed Clemson (41-18), No. 3 Coastal Carolina (41-18) and [...]

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Fuller powers baseball past Irish

by Steve Hamel May 26, 2011

UConn pitcher Matt Barnes had to pitch out of jams in both the second and fifth innings Wednesday night after errors by third baseman Ryan Fuller allowed Notre Dame hitters to reach base during the first round of the Big East baseball tournament. The table turned in the eighth inning, when it was Barnes needed [...]

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Baseball enters Big East tourney as top seed

by Steve Hamel May 24, 2011

The 2011 Big East baseball tournament kicks off Wednesday and for the first time, the Huskies enter the tournament as the number one seed. UConn clinched the Big East regular season title with a 22-5 conference record, 3.5 games ahead of second place St. John’s. Juniors Matt Barnes and George Springer lead the Huskies in [...]

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Martin helps Huskies sweep St. John’s

by Steve Hamel April 4, 2011

The highly-anticipated clash between Big East heavyweights UConn (14-10-1) and St. John’s (13-12) turned into a one-sided affair this weekend, with the Huskies winning both ends of a double-header Saturday and completing the series sweep a day later. Critical to UConn’s success were contributions from an unlikely hero in second baseman Tim Martin, who went [...]

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