Oct. 2, 2015 Collegiate Baseball

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• How To Raise $150,000: Glenn Cecchini explains in a special report how he utilizes only 4 main revenue streams to bring in huge amount of money.

Secrets Of Pitching: Louisiana- Lafayette Head Coach Tony Robichaux explains his remarkable system that includes 20-25 hours in the classroom for pitchers as they learn how to get batters out, manage games.

• Stall Tactic Killing NCAA Baseball:  20-second clock being explored with runners on base during 2016 playoffs as women’s softball finals has 35.4 percent more TV viewers than men’s.

• NCAA Div. I Recruiting Results: Florida captures title with superb class that features 6 draft picks led by quality second rounder. In-depth look at the top 20.

• Special Q & A With Virginia’s Brian O’Connor:  As losses and injuries mounted during 2015 season, the Cavaliers finished with the seventh best record in the Atlantic Coast Conference (15-15). Virginia’s coaching staff didn’t panic during a wild ride to the national title as O’Connor explains what they did.

Lessons From Master Recruiter: Former Stanford Coach Dean Stotz explains all the tricks of the trade he utilized in a 37-year career.

• Team USA Strikes Gold:  USA Baseball’s 18 and under national team wins its third consecutive world championship with a 2-1 victory over Japan.

• Editorial: College World Series numbers should concern everyone in game of baseball, including worst attendance in 25 years during title game while the NCAA Women’s Softball CWS 3-game Championship Series drew 35.4 percent more viewers than the men’s over ESPN.

Rob Nelson Column: Single elimination during NCAA Division I championship would elevate tournament to a new level.

Kevin Kerins Talks Base Running: Head coach of Mercer Community College explains that aggressive base running can pay off with victories.

Jeff Messer Column: ABCA Clinic Chairman of 2016 Nashville Convention explains the top-notch speakers who have been lined up for the world’s largest baseball convention.

Charlie Greene Column: Infielders can get more repetitions with sound plan.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Amazing triple play involves smorgasbord of rules.

• $7.5 Million Project: TCU secures funding for major improvements with locker room, classroom, team lounge, sports medicine center, equipment room and coaches’ offices, plus a new video board.

• New Products: Collegiate Baseball takes a look at a number of new products that are available from our advertisers.

High School Notes: Chapin-Newberry (S.C.) Post 193 wins American Legion title.

Special Trip To Cuba: Corban University’s baseball team makes historic trip to Cuba and has the experience of a lifetime.

Advancing With Balls In The Dirt: Al Figone explains how to train runners to be aggressive on the base paths when this happens.

Clinics Scheduled Across USA: Make your plans to attend some fabulous instructional clinics across the nation.

Art & Science Of Sports Vision: Eye placements are very different for Major League and Minor League hitters.

Tom Kovic Column: NCAA Manual features wealth of crucial information.

 Being Resilient A Must: Ken Ravizza explains that bouncing back from difficult failures are vital in baseball and the military.

Hitting Instruction By Mike Epstein: Overcoaching can be a huge problem in this area of the game.

Ultimate Pickoff Move: Mike Maack’s lethal pick has caused runners nightmares for years.

Eric Cressey Commentary: Long distance running for pitchers can do much more damage than good.

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