• Quinn to lead Devils
    August 16, 2018
    Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham named Jamie Quinn as the next head coach for the Devils. He joins the Devils after serving as the Recruiting Coordinator and the 17-under Development Coach at ZONED Baseball Academy since September 2015.
  • Pyne moves from Clark to Amherst
    August 15, 2018
    After an extensive nationwide search, Amherst has announced the hiring of JP Pyne as their next head coach. Pyne, who will start work at the beginning of September and becomes just the third coach of the program since 1966. Pyne brings over 17 years of baseball coaching experience to the Pioneer Valley, including his most recent three seasons as the Head Coach at Clark University in Worcester, Mass.
  • Callahan returns to head Ram's program
    August 06, 2018
    Framingham State school officials announced the hiring of FSU alum Sean Callahan as the Rams head coach. Callahan was a four year starter behind the plate for the Rams baseball team from 2008-2011.
  • Hamm heads to ECSU as their new head coach
    July 31, 2018
    Former Amherst head coach Brian Hamm has been named the seventh head coach in the 71-year history of the Eastern Connecticut State program. Hamm replaces Matt LaBranche, who resigned in June to become the director of athletics at WNE.
  • Colby names Notre Dame assistant Woods as new head coach
    July 31, 2018
    A Notre Dame coach has been named the next head coach at Colby, College officials announced today. Jesse Woods has coached at the NCAA Division I and III levels, first as an assistant at Wheaton (Mass) and Boston College and recently at Notre Dame.
  • Eastern gives reins to Renauro
    July 23, 2018
    After conducting a national search, Eastern is welcoming back one of its own to lead its baseball program. School officials announced that Scott Renauro '12 will take over the reins of the program.
  • Vittorio hired at Wilmington
    July 21, 2018
    Tony Vittorio, the former 18-year head coach at Dayton, has been named the head coach at Wilmington College. Vittorio comes to Wilmington having spent the last year as development director at Friends of the Jaclyn Foundation in Hopewell Junction, New York.
  • Fugett selected to lead Drew
    July 18, 2018
    John Fugett has been named as the head baseball coach at Drew school officials announced. Fugett comes to the Forest after serving as a full-time assistant coach, pitching coach, and recruiting coordinator at Lehigh over the last seven years.
  • Fester to lead Dutchmen at LVC
    July 18, 2018
    Lebanon Valley College has announced that former Johns Hopkins standout and coach Jonas Fester will serve as the baseball program's next head coach. Fester most recently served as the associate head coach at Division III powerhouse Johns Hopkins.
  • Altieri retires after 19 years as head coach
    July 16, 2018
    Following a 25-year career on the Delaware Valley staff, including the last 19 as head coach, Bob Altieri has announced his retirement from coaching.
  • Seay will lead New Platz next season
    July 12, 2018
    SUNY-New Paltz officials announced the hire of Thomas Seay as new head baseball coach. Seay joins the Hawks after three seasons with Virginia Wesleyan College as the assistant coach.
  • Brua to lead Terriers
    July 11, 2018
    Hiram officials announced that Phil Brua will take the reins of the Terrier program for the 2018-19 academic year. Brua starts his first stint as a head coach after taking over for Howard Jenter, who retired following the 2018 season.
  • Dallas hires Grafton
    July 11, 2018
    University of Dallas announced the hire of Erik Grafton as the Crusader's head coach. Grafton will be the 20th head coach for the program. Grafton arrives after spending the previous six seasons as the assistant coach for the Texas-Tyler Patriots.
  • Horn and LBC part ways
    July 07, 2018
    After seven years as the Lancaster Bible College head coach, TJ Horn and Lancaster Bible have agreed to part ways, as Horn transitions to a job outside of the college. Horn is the all-time leader in wins in program history.
  • Amherst's Hamm steps down
    July 05, 2018
    Brian Hamm has announced that he will step down as head baseball coach of Amherst. Hamm just completed his ninth season at Amherst, culminating in the program's fourth NESCAC championship.
  • LaBranche resigns from ECSU to take AD job at WNE
    June 15, 2018
    After five seasons, Matt LaBranche has resigned as head coach at Eastern Connecticut State University to assume the position of director of athletics at Western New England University.
  • Zackrison is the top Bear for Bridgewater State program
    June 14, 2018
    Bridgewater State school officials announced that Greg Zackrison has been named as the Bears' new head baseball coach. Zackrison replaces BSU Hall of Fame skipper Rick Smith who retired after the 2018 season.
  • Waddle is hired by Illinois College
    June 13, 2018
    Jacob Waddle has been named the new head coach at Illinois College, taking the place of the retired Jay Eckhouse as the man to lead the Blueboys into 2019 and beyond.
  • Hanover hired Bellek
    June 11, 2018
    Hanover officials announced Grant Bellak as the next head coach of the baseball program Monday, June 11. Bellak comes to Hanover after spending the last seven seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for fellow HCAC institution, Franklin.
  • Drew's Hirschberg resigns
    June 06, 2018
    Brian Hirschberg has resigned as head coach of the Drew baseball team, school officials announced. Hirschberg will leave his position to pursue other career opportunities
  • Neary picked for McDaniel lead
    June 06, 2018
    Grant Neary was announced by school officials as McDaniel's new head coach. Neary, formerly an assistant at NJIT, takes over as just the 15th coach in the history of Green Terror baseball and just the fourth since 1963.
  • 2018 D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25, Final
    June 02, 2018
    Texas-Tyler finishes up the seasonwith the national championship and top ranking at the end of the 2018 season in the final 2018 D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25.
  • Lone Star duo sets up D3CS in Wisconsin
    May 28, 2018
    There have never been three consecutive champions from the same region in Division III baseball, but Texas Lutheran and UT-Tyler made sure the West Region would become the first.
  • TLU joins R-MC for a little Monday madness
    May 28, 2018
    Texas Lutheran defeated Concordia-Chicago 9-7 to stay alive in the 2018 D-III World Series and, like Randolph-Macon, will play Monday in a winner-take-all game to reach the D3CS.
  • Memorial Day is for the Patriots
    May 28, 2018
    Texas-Tyler scored six times with two outs in the fifth inning to erase a Randolph-Macon lead and the Patriots went on to win 8-6 to advance to the Division III Championship Series.
  • Cauley's bomb sends TLU to final series
    May 28, 2018
    Tyler Cauley hit an eighth-inning home run to break a 4-4 tie to give Texas Lutheran a 5-4 win over Concordia-Chicago to advance to face Texas-Tyler in the D-III Championship Series.
  • Sticking around for one more day
    May 27, 2018
    Texas Lutheran and Randolph-Macon made their doubleheader days count, and will come back for a final round on Monday to try to advance past Concordia-Chicago and Texas-Tyler. Monday's winners will play in the best-of-three D3CS.
  • Texas Lutheran survives in 13
    May 27, 2018
    The longest, and closest game of the 2018 Division III World Series to date finished with an All-American breaking out of a slump and making a winner out of a closer who worked into his sixth inning.
  • Still alive! Randolph-Macon forces extra game
    May 27, 2018
    Rick Spiers inside-the-park home run ignited the dugout as the Yellow Jackets made it two wins on Sunday to force a winner-take-all game on Monday with a 5-1 win over Texas-Tyler.
  • Macon's eight-run inning stings Cougars
    May 27, 2018
    Randolph-Macon broke open a tied game with eight runs in the sixth inning to extend its season with a 14-6 win vs. Misericordia. The Yellow Jackets play with the bracket one title on the line in a late afternoon game with Texas-Tyler.
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