A look at the other Missouri Valley baseball series going on this weekend.
Creighton takes two of three from Southern Illinois in the MVC-opening series for both schools.
The Bluejays head south, where weather is causing some scheduling changes
WBR’s four-part Baseball Preview concludes with a look at the Jays battery: pitchers and catchers.
In Part III of WBR’s Baseball Preview, we look at who will replace standouts Darin Ruf and Vicente Cafaro on the right side of the infield.
WBR’s Baseball preview takes a look at the Jays’ outfielders, a strong group led by T.J. Roemmich and Robbie Knight.
The first of WBR’s four-part Baseball Preview focuses on the schedule the team will face.
Here are your Quick Hits for this week in Creighton and MVC Sports, including TV in Omaha for the Bradley game on Wed.
Several new commitments by future Bluejays this week in several sports. See who they are.
In case you missed it, ESPN catches up with the former Bluejay and current Yankee farmhand.
UNI’s Rick Heller not coming to Creighton as previously reported, according to the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.
A future Jay is working with a former MLB great, while two more Jays head toward pro careers.
Past, Present and Future Bluejay baseball players making news in the very first Cracked Bats news updates.
In last week’s MVC Tournament, CU hurler Brandon Koenigstein threw a no-hitter, reportedly the first such performance in school history. New research shows this is not the case.