A year ago, there was little to indicate that Norfolk State’s Denathan Dukes could contend for a MEAC batting crown. But as the cliché goes: What a difference a year makes. Dukes, a sophomore, heads into the weekend leading the conference with a .408 batting average. It’s a far cry from his freshman year when […]
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(re-posted from www.collegebaseballhall.org) LUBBOCK, Texas — One of only three men to twice win a recognized college player of the year award plus two men who led their teams to the World Series at both the collegiate and Major League levels highlight the 2015 National College Baseball Hall of Fame induction class. “This class features […]
DI/MEAC/Baseball NCCU Sports Information DURHAM, N.C. – North Carolina Central University received solid pitching performances and clutch hitting to sweep a baseball doubleheader (2-1, 7-5) from conference rival North Carolina A&T on Monday at Jack Coombs Field in Durham, North Carolina.
Eagles One Out Away from Beating Florida International in Game Two of Doubleheader DI/MEAC/Baseball NCCU Sports Information MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – North Carolina Central University was one out away from pulling off an upset of Florida International University, ranked No. 23 by Baseball America, but a two-out RBI single by FIU freshman […]
Matt Michalec, Asst. AD/Communications 2/10/2015 7:00:00 AM NORFOLK, Va. – Fans who visit Marty L. Miller Baseball Field this season and beyond will see another added dimension to Norfolk State's home facility: a new LED scoreboard, which was recently installed in time for the 2015 season. Tidewater Signs and Boards recently installed […]
Beginning with the 2015 baseball season, we will begin updating the site with current HBCU baseball news. Michael Coker, who provided similar updates to the now dormant Black College Baseball site, will serve as our lead contributing writer. Michael can be reached at email@example.com
Thanks to Cheyney University athletic director, Ruffin Bell, who ran the now dormant website Black College Baseball, we now have access to his HBCU baseball team links page. All team site links should now be up to date. Please look for the menu option above.
The members of our Black College Legends and Pioneers Committee (listed to the right) have been sent their ballots with the names of seven candidates for consideration into this year’s class (2015) of the National College Baseball Hall of Fame. For a list of former selections to the HOF and links to their biographies, please click on […]
This site is designed to give followers of Historically Black College and University baseball an opportunity to learn more about the rich history of African-Americans in college baseball. This site will be comprised of research on black college baseball’s past and integrators of non-HBCU baseball teams. Additionally, we now will be providing current HBCU baseball news until our friends […]
While looking through the Official NCAA Baseball Guide of 1973 for some unrelated material, I stumbled across a stat that I had not included in any of my previous updates on the good old days when HBCU’s dominated NAIA baseball. Inadvertently left off my list of yearly leaders was Southern University, with its lofty .334 team […]