Creighton Baseball’s momentum came to a screeching halt in Sunday’s game against UC-Davis
Creighton baseball opens their 2017 season on Friday against UAB. Get to know your Bluejays as Matt DeMarinis breaks it down by position.
The Chanticleers defy all odds and cap off the longest CWS ever with a Championship.
The Chanticleers rally late to take the lead and hold off the Wildcats to force a deciding Game 3. Recap & photos inside.
The Wildcats go for the series win on Tuesday at TD Ameritrade Park
The CWS Championship Series is set for Monday night. Read how Arizona and Coastal Carolina got there.
2016 College World Series Day 6: Coastal Carolina eliminates last national seed, sets up TCU rematch »
The Chanticleers continued their Cinderella run with a victory on Thursday night, looking for two more wins to get to the CWS Championship Series.
TCU and Texas Tech advance, while Coastal Carolina gets bumped to the loser’s bracket and Florida is sent home.
News and notes from Day 4 of the CWS where TCU and Texas Tech advance, while the Florida Gators look to return to Omaha in the near future.
Bieber delivers gem on the mound in loss If ever two pitchers deserved to win a game it was Saturday afternoon. Oklahoma State sophomore Thomas Hatch and UC Santa Barbara junior Shane Bieber both pitched complete games and allowed six base runners in the opening game of the 2016 College World Series. The difference was […]
2016 College World Series Day 1: Oklahoma State & Arizona ride dominant pitching into winner’s bracket »
Game 1: Oklahoma State 1, UC Santa Barbara 0. Oklahoma State’s Thomas Hatch and UC Santa Barbara’s Shane Bieber weren’t in a charitable mood on Saturday afternoon as they opened up the 2016 College World Series with an old fashioned pitcher’s duel. After both were named 2nd Team All-Americans earlier in the day by the […]
Creighton drops their second straight, losing a midweek game to the Shockers. - Read more...
Creighton’s Jeff Albrecht out-dueled Georgetown’s Simon Mathews to lead the Bluejays to a 4-0 series-clinching win over the Hoyas in front of 8,258 fans on Military Appreciation Night.
The Bluejays celebrate the ’91 CWS team and also get the win against Butler in game 2 of the weekend series.