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Dolphin Tale, Part Two: Delgado returns to town hoping to build on success

By Patti Arnold

The sophomores desperately wanted to get back to Grand Junction. After being eliminated from the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series in what seemed to be the blink of an eye last year, the leaders on the Delgado (Louisiana) Community ...


Yavapai ready to fly: Hard-hitting Roughriders ready to break out aluminum bats

By Matt Meyer

Willie Calhoun leads NJCAA Division I baseball with 31 home runs for Yavapai (Arizona) College. Now, he’ll get to put an aluminum bat in his hands for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series after the Roughriders won the Western ...


Don’t sleep on Raiders: Northwest Florida advances from tough district for first berth

By Tim Harty

There’s no wow factor. No hitter with a batting average well north of .400. No ace with a minuscule ERA and a mind-numbing fastball that yields twice as many strikeouts as innings pitched. Northwest Florida State College baseball coach ...


San Jac is back: Gators return to Grand Junction for first time since 2012

By Eden Laase

It’s been three years since San Jacinto (Texas) College-North last made an appearance in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. By the Gators’ standards, that’s an eternity. San Jac become a staple in the tournament ...


Empire of Fire Ants: South Carolina Sumter invades World Series for first time

By Tim Harty

They’re called dirt bags by their own coach. Second-year University of South Carolina Sumter baseball coach Tim Medlin means it in the best possible way. You know, baseball players who are willing to get their uniforms ...

D-backs vs Reds

Cory Hahn hasn’t let being paralyzed keep him away from baseball

By Patti Arnold

Cory Hahn always believed he was destined for Major League Baseball. Drafted by San Diego out of high school in 2010, Hahn instead chose to sign with Arizona State University. An outfielder, Hahn was California’s Mr. Baseball his ...


Reivers’ Rardin among this year’s inductees

By Patti Arnold

Marc Rardin didn’t set out to be a baseball coach. Coaching found him. “I’m not the most spiritual man, but my life chose me,” the Iowa Western Community College coach said. “That’s really the best way to ...


Connections, consistency key for Bill Krejci

By Matt Meyer

Bill Krejci’s record during his 22 years at Southwestern (Iowa) Community College in Iowa isn’t eye-popping. “We won a few more games than we lost,” Krejci said. “But it’s pretty close to ...

JUCO records, facts and figures

By Staff

PAST CHAMPIONS 2014: Iowa Western Community College 2013: Central Alabama Community College 2012: Iowa Western Community College 2011: Navarro College, Texas 2010: Iowa Western Community College 2009: Howard College, Texas 2008: ...


Ernie Rosseau humbled by Hall call

By Dale Shrull

Ernie Rosseau has always been a baseball guy. He played, coached and studied the game, and he loves everything about the game of baseball. Rosseau was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973, and after a few years in the minors, he ...

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