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SCS.comBASEBALL: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD
June 28, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
The last pitch has been thrown, and the curtain has been closed on the 2007 college baseball season. It started with a bang, and finished with the last team standing from a year ago standing at the end once again, as Oregon State became the first team since LSU a decade ago to win back-to-back titles. Vanderbilt staked their claim as the best team in the nation from the start by defeating preseason #1 Rice, Arizona....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM HANDS OUT ALL-AMERICA HONORS
June 27, 2007
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
David Price led his team to a number one ranking throughout much of the college baseball season and leads the 2006 postseason All-Americans as the National Player of the Year, as voted on by the SCS.com staff. Along with Price, Oregon State head coach Pat Casey was honored as the coach of the year, while North Carolina sensation Dustin Ackley was named the freshman of the year. In all, twelve different schools had players....[MORE]

SCS.comSECOND TITLE EARNS OSU #1 RANKING AGAIN
June 26, 2007
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
A second straight College World Series title has placed the Oregon State Beavers atop the final 2006 SCS.com Fab 15 once again. OSU is followed by national runner-up North Carolina, before Rice, UC Irvine, and Arizona State round out the top five. Fellow CWS participants Louisville, Cal State-Fullerton, and Mississippi State are next, while long-time number one Vanderbilt and the Dores' SEC rival South Carolina complete the....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: NORTH CAROLINA VS OREGON STATE
June 22, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
For the second straight year, Oregon State and North Carolina will meet in the College World Series finals with a chance to win a National Championship. For the Beavers, who swept their side of the bracket in Omaha by beating Cal State Fullerton, Arizona State, and UC Irvine, this will be an opportunity for them to defend their 2006 title and win another one. Oregon State has been simply brilliant in Omaha....[MORE]

SCS.comTOP PLAYER PREVIEW: THE BIG MEN
June 20, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
SouthernCollegeSports.com wraps up its look at next season’s top college basketball players with a glance at the best returning front court players in the country. Greg Oden and Spencer Hawes were part of the stellar freshman class of 2006-07 and will hear their names called on draft day in a couple of weeks. Despite the loss in young talent, there are still several talented upperclassmen who will be back for another go in....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: BRACKET 2
June 14, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
About 95% of the college baseball season is complete and with that, the final eight teams who have made it to Omaha for the College World Series will play for the national championship beginning this weekend. The first side of the bracket will start Friday, with the second side beginning on Saturday. Only one national seed, #5 Arizona State, will be featured on that second portion of the bracket. The Sun Devils will play in the....[MORE]

SCS.comCOLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: BRACKET 1
June 13, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
From 64, down to 16, and now down to eight. It’s been an exciting postseason, and a lot of the top teams have been knocked out on the way to Omaha. The top two national seeds left in the field are on this side of the bracket, in Rice and North Carolina. Those two teams are experienced, having been in the final eight last year. Mississippi State and Louisville are the party-crashers, having made impressive postseason runs to....[MORE]

SCS.comTOP PLAYER PREVIEW: THE WINGS
June 12, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
SouthernCollegeSports.com continues with its look at the top college basketball players for the 2007-08 season with part two of its three part series, a look at the country's top wing players. This past season featured some incredible talent on the perimeter, both young and old. Kevin Durant of Texas had maybe the most impressive season for any freshman in the history of the game, while Brandon Wright made an....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: OKLAHOMA STATE AT LOUISVILLE
June 7, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Oklahoma State is in their first super regional since 1999. The Cowboys were the #3 seed in the Fayetteville Regional last weekend, and swept through it with a win over Creighton and two over top seeded and #7 national seed Arkansas (14-3 and 7-6). Louisville is in their first super regional ever, and got here by winning the Columbia, MO Regional. The Cardinals won their opener against Miami, then lost to Missouri....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: S. CAROLINA AT N. CAROLINA
June 7, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
South Carolina is making its seventh super regional appearance in the last eight years. The Gamecocks swept through their Columbia Regional, beating Wofford and then Charlotte twice. North Carolina, the #3 national seed, swept through the Chapel Hill Regional, knocking off Jacksonville, East Carolina, and Western Carolina to make their second straight super appearance. This is the second time these teams have faced off....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: CLEMSON AT MISSISSIPPI STATE
June 7, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Clemson and Mississippi State both won regionals as #2 seeds this past weekend. The Tigers were the second seed at the Myrtle Beach Regional and went 3-0, defeating St. John’s, then top seeded Coastal Carolina twice (11-8 and 15-3) to advance to Super Regional play. Mississippi State went on the road to the Tallahassee Regional and swept through it, defeating Stetson on day one, then top seeded and #6 national seed....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: MICHIGAN AT OREGON STATE
June 7, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
After beating #1 Vanderbilt in what might be one of the greatest upsets in college baseball history, Michigan will look to carry their momentum into the house of the defending national champions, Oregon State. To get to Corvallis for this Super Regional, Michigan went into extra innings on Monday night with the Commodores and won after freshman Alan Oaks hit a homerun off of All-American and likely #1 pick David Price....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: TEXAS A&M AT RICE
June 6, 2007
By Eddie, SCS.com Staff Writer
Texas A&M is making its first super regional appearance since the 1999 campaign after the Aggies hosted and won the College Station Regional, coming through the loser‘s bracket after falling to Louisiana-Lafayette. A&M won the regional with 4-1 and 5-2 wins over the Ragin‘ Cajuns. Rice, the national #2 seed, is the highest national seed remaining in the field. The Owls swept through their home Houston Regional with a win....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: UC IRVINE AT WICHITA STATE
June 6, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Wichita State and UC Irvine weren't garnering a lot of respect about this time last week as the Shockers were being frowned upon as the final of sixteen host site selections, while the Anteaters were assumed to be just a small bump in the road for Texas in the Round Rock Regional. And while WSU did stumble in their postseason opener, they bounced back to win at home and earn the right to host UCI this weekend, a team....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: MISSISSIPPI AT ARIZONA STATE
June 6, 2007
By Jimmy, SCS.com Staff Writer
Two of the more consistent baseball programs in the nation will play this weekend in Tempe, Arizona in an attempt to make it to Omaha for the College World Series as Mike Bianco’s Rebels will travel to the west to take on Pat Murphy’s Sun Devils. In the past weekend, both teams swept their home regionals. Mississippi beat Sam Houston State Friday, Southern Miss Saturday, and Sam Houston State again on Sunday. It was the....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW: UCLA AT CAL STATE-FULLERTON
June 5, 2007
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Both UCLA and Cal State-Fullerton prevailed in west coast regionals last weekend, though neither hosted either event. The Bruins went into Long Beach, beating each of the other three schools once on their way to a sweep through the bracket. Fullerton, meanwhile, never even had to play host and nationally-seeded San Diego, as the Torreros went home after just two games. Surprisingly, neither squad's overall....[MORE]

SCS.comTOP PLAYER PREVIEW: THE POINT GUARDS
June 5, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
The NBA Draft is less than a month away and entrants are being rated and ranked by nearly every basketball publication imaginable. While it always seems that the college game is losing a tremendous amount of talent every year at this time, many people fail to realize that there is a plethora of skilled players returning for the 2007-08 season. With that having been said, SouthernCollegeSports.com will be taking a look....[MORE]

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