The Ohio baseball program is partnering with USA Baseball and the American Baseball Coaches Association to offer a free coaching clinic to all area youth coaches and parents, as announced by sixth-year head coach Rob Smith on Tuesday (March 20). The clinic will be held on Monday, April 2, at Walter Field House on the Ohio campus (50 South Green Drive) from 5-8 p.m. ET.
The Ohio baseball team (10-6) looks to continue its winning ways as it closes out its 2018 spring break road trip with a visit to Spartanburg, S.C., to take on USC Upstate (8-8-1) in a three-game series this weekend at Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park. The series opener is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET on Friday (March 16). Game two is slated for 2 p.m. ET on Saturday (March 17). The Sunday (March 17) series finale is set for get underway at 1 p.m. ET. Friday's series opener will air on ASUN.TV via Facebook Live.
The Ohio baseball team (9-6) will now take on High Point (8-7) on Wednesday (March 14) in a 2 p.m. ET matchup at Williard Stadium in North Carolina. The Bobcats and the Panthers were originally scheduled to play on Tuesday (March 13) at 4 p.m. ET but the contest was called off due to inclement weather in the Carolinas and poor field conditions.
Junior center fielder Devon Garcia (Bowling Green, Ohio) accounted for four of his team's 15 hits as the Ohio baseball team (8-6) held off a late charge from host Towson (2-10) to earn a 10-9 victory on Saturday (March 10) at Schuerholz Park.
Senior third baseman Tony Giannini (Carmel, Ind.) and junior first baseman Rudy Rott (Holmen, Wis.) combined for six hits while four pitchers combined to permit just six hits as the Ohio baseball team (7-6) took the weekend series opener from host Towson (2-9), 5-2, on Friday (March 9) at Schuerholz Park.
The Ohio baseball team (6-6) heads to Maryland this weekend in search of its first series win of the 2018 season, visiting Towson (2-8) for a three-game series at Schuerholz Park. The Bobcats and the Tigers open the series on Friday (March 9) with a 2 p.m. ET matchup. Both the Saturday (March 10) and Sunday (March 11) contests are scheduled to get underway at 1 p.m. ET.
Junior first baseman Rudy Rott (Holmen, Wis.) put together a huge day at the plate, but the Ohio baseball team (4-5) could not protect an early five run lead and fell to Nebraska Omaha (3-5), 6-5, in the Friday (March 2) series opener of the four-game weekend set at Perfect Game's LakePoint facility.
The Ohio baseball team (4-4) is back in Cartersville, Ga., for the second weekend in a row -- this time to take on Nebraksa Omaha (2-5) in a four game series at Perfect Game's LakePoint facility. The Bobcats and the Mavericks open the series on Friday (March 2) with a 3 p.m. ET matchup. Saturday (March 3) features a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. ET. The Sunday (March 4) series finale is set to get underway at 11 a.m. ET.
The Ohio baseball team (4-4) took the lead with two runs in the top of the fourth inning, then tacked on three insurance runs in the eighth to beat Maine (2-6), 6-2, in the Sunday (Feb. 25) series finale at Perfect Game's LakePoint facility.
The Ohio baseball team (2-3) could not overcome a four-run top of the first inning by Maine (1-4), falling by a score of 5-1 in the opener of the four-game weekend set on Friday (Feb. 23) at Perfect Game's LakePoint facility.
Redshirt senior designated hitter Michael Klein (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) hit a two-run home run, and senior third baseman Tony Giannini (Carmel, Ind.) finished 3-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run scored, but the Ohio baseball team (0-1) could not overcome four errors in a 6-4 season-opening loss to Rider (1-0) on Friday (Feb. 16) at Lexington County Stadium.
The Ohio baseball team has been picked to finish fourth in the 2018 Mid-American Conference Preseason Poll, as announced by the league office on Thursday (Feb. 15). The preseason poll was voted on by the league's 10 head coaches.
Ohio baseball redshirt senior right-handed pitcher Jake Roehn (Sandwich, Ill.) has been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association's 2018 Stopper of the Year Preseason Watch List, the association announced on Monday (Feb. 12).
Ohio baseball redshirt senior right-handed pitcher Jake Roehn (Sandwich, Ill.) has been named a 2018 Collegiate Baseball Preseason Third Team All-American, the publication announced on Monday (Dec. 18).
The Ohio baseball program has added catcher/infielder Zyon Avery (Indianapolis, Ind.), right-handed pitcher Matthew Brosky (Strongsville, Ohio), right-handed pitcher Randon Dauman (Columbus, Wis.), right-handed pitcher Eamon Horwedel (Ann Arbor, Mich.), right-handed pitcher Braxton Kelly (Ulysses, Ky.), left-handed pitcher Joe Rock (Aliquippa, Pa.), right-handed pitcher/outfielder Colin Sells (Lancaster, Ohio) and infielder Ryan Strittmather (Vermilion, Ohio), as announced by sixth-year head coach Rob Smith on Wednesday (Nov. 15).