Author: Michael Coker

Michael Coker covers collegiate baseball writer and contemporary reporter for Black College Nines. Member National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Previously at Black College Baseball and College Baseball. Voter For The NCBWA NCAA Division I baseball Top 30 and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) baseball large and small school Top 10 polls. Has over eighteen 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.

HBCU Large School Baseball Opening Weekend

The start of the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) baseball 2016 season for the large school Division is within reach, now that February 19th has almost arrived. As always, the regular season will be tough to sort out. There…

HBCU 2016 Baseball Weekend Preview Conference and Non-Conference Games: February 12-14

As a rule of thumb, home games are huge in Historically Black College and University (HBCU) baseball and that’s true whether it’s a non-conference or a conference match-up. That said, scheduling a mid-week non-conference opponent helps strengthen schedules and builds…

Who’s Hot, Who’s Not In HBCU Baseball

Two weeks into the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) baseball season, let’s take a look at which teams have started the 2016 season on a hot streak and which teams that have started slow. After giving up 5 runs…