The third day of the tournament is a bit of a wild card, as two teams will definitely get sent home, but we can lose as many as four. Get all the rundown on what happened on Sunday in Cedar Rapids here.
Chapman used a bases-loaded walk in the tenth inning to break a 4-4 tie and added three more runs for a 8-4 win over previously unbeaten Mass Boston. This forces a rematch on Monday with the winner advancing to a best-of-three series for the national title.
Chapman defeated Washington and Jefferson 8-4 with a key play and a solid bull pen to remain alive in the D-III World series here at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium. They play Mass-Boston later tonight.
Birmingham-Southern chased Johns Hopkins’ starting pitcher after just one out and put up five in the first, clinching its spot in the 2019 Division III Championship Series with a 15-4 win vs. the Blue Jays.
Two walk-offs, an extra-inning game, another one-run game and a ninth-inning rally fell short -- those were the fireworks we had at the second day of the 2019 Division III World Series. Get all the info here in our daily wrapup, plus Pat and Jim's postgame show with the great catch and the rally fish.
Babson scored five in the ninth to stun Heidelberg with a 6-5 walk off win to advance in the 2019 Division III World Series on day two action at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Chapman and Mass-Boston set up a winners-bracket meeting on Saturday, while Johns Hopkins and Birmingham-Southern did as well as the first-ever day of play at the Division III World Series in Cedar Rapids took place.
The Beacons whittled away at Webster's lead in the late innings, then took the lead on Webster miscues in the eighth inning to come away with a 4-3 win in the teams' opening game at the 2019 Division III World Series.
We're happy to bring you an expanded Division III World Series preview, with a page on each team for quick and easy reference for your use throughout the entirety of Division III's first trip to Cedar Rapids. Key hitters and pitchers, scouting reports, feature stories and more!
Babson, Heidelberg, Washington & Jefferson punched their ticket early in the day with Johns Hopkins and Webster joining shortly after. Birmingham-Southern, Chapman, and Webster earned spots and all saw UMass-Boston win an if needed game to advance.
Johns Hopkins and W&J had the easiest path to a weekend opening win as Heidelberg, Babson, UMass-Boston, and Webster all needed runs in the 7th inning or later to get a Friday win. Two more games are on tap as Chapman and BSC host games.
The 2019 D3baseball.com All-Region team is back in its eighth season. Our voters worked from more than 800 nominations and collected three teams of worthy honorees, plus player, pitcher, rookie and coach of the year.
St. Thomas will no longer be a member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, a league it helped found nearly 100 years ago, after a group of league presidents determined it could no longer compete with UST.
The playoff field stood at 58 teams last Friday and after four days, the field stands at a sweet 16. The Super-Regional round will begin on Friday reducing the number of playoff teams to eight for the D-III College World Series in Cedar Rapids.
Cortland broke out the bats to advance to the super regionals, W&J and Johns Hopkins secured spots next as the 16 team super regionals took shape. Concordia-Chicago extended their regional into Monday with a 14-13 win in extra innings over Baldwin Wallace.
Penn State-Abington and Otterbein were the first to pack for home as another 27 teams 29 of 58 teams face elimination on Saturday. Follow the entire Division III baseball regionals on our scoreboard with links to live stats and video broadcasts.
Eastern Mennonite University has announced the hiring of current assistant coach Adam Posey as the new Head Baseball Coach. He has been the lead assistant at EMU under Coach Ben Spotts the past five seasons.