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2015 Baseball Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2015 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2015 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2015 Championship) Division II 2015 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2015 Championship Tournament...

Jim Crane: From the ball diamond to the board room and back

Crane’s success has gone full circle, starting on the baseball diamond at University of Central Missouri to now being the owner and chairman of the Houston Astros.

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When we survey NCAA student-athletes about their expectations of moving on to professional athletics careers, the results indicate surprising confidence in that possibility. The reality is that very few go pro. Estimated probability of...

Wichita State staffer gives baseball players extra benefits

Wichita State University did not monitor the activities of a former administrative assistant regarding her use of a VIP account provided by the school’s apparel provider.

Rob Summers: Making history with every step

As a former baseball student-athlete at Oregon State University, Rob Summers was living the dream with a national championship behind him and a possible major league career in front of him.  But it all changed in an instant when a tragic accident left him with a different dream: merely to walk again. Now the former baseball player is changing the face of paralysis and offering hope for millions who suffer debilitating spinal injuries.

2015 NCAA Baseball Records Books

Statistics For questions or updates to the 2014 Baseball Records, please contact Jeff Williams ( jswilliams@ncaa.org ) or Sean Straziscar ( sstraziscar@ncaa.org ). Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Coaching...

Silver Anniversary Award winner: Mike Mussina

The star pitcher could have turned pro immediately after high school but chose a partial scholarship to Stanford instead. Decades later, he says he would make the same decision again.

General Raymond Odierno: College football opened doors for U.S. Army leader

When Gen. Raymond Odierno joined the football team at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1972, he hadn’t given much thought to a career in the Army. He didn’t come from a military family. He just wanted to play college football.

A Pitch in Time

The knuckle curve of Vermont's George Plender might have taken him to the major leagues, but military service intervened.

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