The NCAA Division 1 Council gave all 2020 spring sport athletes eligibility relief in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will unpack and explain this ruling and how it will affect the 2021 Titan Baseball season.
The NCAA canceled the College World Series amid COVID-19 fears setting off a ripple effect that led to the cancellation of the entire college baseball season. Numerous questions remain amidst this unprecedented turn of events. We offer our insight and opinion on how it will affect Titan Baseball moving forward.
Despite the NCAA canceling the college ball season in reaction to COVID-19, we had some thoughts on the Texas series. Not that it really matters but here were our thoughts before the season got canceled.
Wondering how the Titans expected to return in 2020 and incoming freshmen and JC transfers did while playing summer ball? We have compiled all the stats right here to get caught up and added some commentary on where each player projects onto the spring 2020 roster.
Compilation list of the summer ball clubs returning and incoming Titan Baseball players will be playing for in Summer 2019. You can follow any or all of the players by checking out the social media channels provided.
Titans need two more wins to secure a winning season, Mitch Berryhill could join the exclusive .400 club, Hank LoForte needs one more triple to tie the career record and five seniors were honored on Sunday.