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Video review challenge system approved in baseball

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved giving baseball coaches two video review challenges per game where the technology is available, starting with the 2019 season.

2019 NCAA Baseball Records Books

For questions or updates to the 2019 Baseball Records, please contact Jeff Williams ( jswilliams@ncaa.org ), David Lentz ( dlentz@ncaa.org ) or Sean Straziscar ( sstraziscar@ncaa.org ). Division I Records Division II Records Division III...

20-second play clock recommended for baseball

The NCAA Baseball Rules Committee proposed adding two visible 20-second play clocks for all Division I baseball games, starting with the 2019 season.

Utah baseball coach failed to promote atmosphere of compliance

The University of Utah baseball coach did not promote an atmosphere of compliance when he instructed his then-director of baseball operations to impermissibly perform coaching duties

2018 Baseball Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2018 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2018 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2018 Championship) Division II 2 018 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2018 Championship Tournament...

College president fulfills big leadership role in Little League Baseball

When Little League Baseball searched for a new member to join its international board of directors in 2006, it didn’t have to look far.

2018 CWS records

For questions or updates to the 2018 CWS Records, please contact J.D. Hamilton ( jhamilton@ncaa.org ) or Jeff Williams ( jswilliams@ncaa.org ). General Records Single-Game Records Series Records Career Records Championship Game Records...

Experimental replay rules tweaked for baseball

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a tweak to allow baseball coaches in the Southeastern Conference two challenges per team in league games for video review in the 2018 season.

2018 Silver Anniversary Award: Lance Pilch

Lance Pilch always wanted to be a pilot, but there was no guarantee he would reach that goal when he enrolled at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Still, he was happy to dedicate himself to a larger cause.

On the Other Hand

The first clue might have been the toys — or at least the way one rambunctious toddler threw them.

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