March 9, 2018 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

 Pitcher Nearly Brain Dead After Accident: Miracle happens as Seton Hill’s Kenny Wells recovers after being hit in back of skull by catcher’s throw to second.

 Is Visual Psychology Answer To Performing?: Tony Abbatine utilizes breakthrough system that works tremendously.

• Editorial: Road warriors should be extremely careful on highways of America. 

• Lou Pavlovich Column: Injuries to pitchers can cripple any ball club, and Brewers’ Don Rowe did a remarkable job of keeping hurlers healthy.

Collegiate Baseball’s National Players Of The Week: RHP Joe DeMers of Washington fires the first perfect game in school history…three no-hitters are thrown…duo of players belt 5 home runs each with multiple RBIs, plus more. 

• NCAA Div. I Notes: Santa Clara’s Jake Brodt hits two grand slams in one inning to become seventh player in NCAA Division I history to do it…Central Michigan’s Zach Heeke is hit 4 times in a game…pitcher for Bradley is a licensed, commercial pilot, plus much more.

Collegiate Baseball NCAA Div. I Top 30 Poll Presented By Big League Chew: Oregon St. rolls to 8-0 record as Beavers are ranked No. 1, plus full notes.

 NCAA Div. 2 Notes: Rollins erupts for 7 runs in bottom of ninth to stun Bentley, 9-8…RHP Caleb Bly of Oklahoma Baptist strikes out 29 batters in 13 innings…Lynn’s Patrick Corrian hits for the cycle, plus much more.

 Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: 2018 Rules Quiz will test your baseball knowledge.

• Junior College Notes: Walters State’s Brett Jones tosses perfect game in first outing in 2 years…Nick Delp of Harford C.C. (MD) survives cancer…Cody Payne of Catawba Valley steals 11 bases in seven games, plus much more.

 High School Notes2018 tournaments across USA feature elite ball clubs. Here is a rundown on teams that are scheduled to appear.

• Special Report From Andy McKayLearning is a prerequisite to growth, improvement and self confidence.

 NAIA NotesPeru State’s Wayne Albury celebrates 700th career victory…St. Thomas adopts Golden Rake Award to honor players who have productive offensive days in a winning effort, plus much more.

 NCAA Div. 3 NotesOzarks’ Justin Crider produces two walk-off hits against Berea College…Christopher Newport’s Jordan Mason goes 5-for-5 with 3 singles, a double and triple over Virginia Wesleyan, plus much more.

To purchase the March 9, 2018 edition of Collegiate Baseball or subscribe, CLICK HERE.