Author: Michael Coker

Michael Coker covers collegiate baseball writer and contemporary reporter for Black College Nines. Member National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Previously at Black College Baseball and College Baseball. Voter For The NCBWA NCAA Division I baseball Top 25 and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) baseball. Has over ten years of covering collegiate baseball. Big supporter of HBCU baseball programs. Played baseball three years under coach Jeffery Lee Jr., Edward Waters College. Attended Oakton College, Wilberforce University (HBCU) proud graduate of Edward Waters College 1990 (HBCU), University of Miami School of Law. Will complete Masters of Law - Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Political contributor and conservative blogger, founder Secondopinionpundits - Political Web Magazine. Christian. Resides in South Florida.

Is Norfolk State’s Matt Outman For Real?

Heading into his twelfth season as head coach of the Norfolk State University baseball program, Claudell Clark has done a good job of turning tools into skills. One such project has been Matt Outman, the Spartans pitching ace who had…

2016 Could Be Big Year For MEAC Pitching

There’s plenty of talent returning to the pitching mound in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) for the 2016 season. Pitching could have a big say in whether teams contend for a division title, make a good run for the conference…

Top HBCU Base Stealing Programs

Two HBCU baseball programs have made base stealing an art, Texas Southern University, the NCAA statistical champion in stolen bases per game this past season and Benedict College, nicknamed “The Base Stealing Bandits”. Texas Southern stole 136 bases during the…

Ten HBCU Baseball Players To Look Out For In 2016

As HBCU baseball speeds towards its first pitch of the 2016 season, fans can’t help but speculate how well their teams will perform on the field. Recently Black College Nines assembled a brief preview of most all of the large…