Last Updated: January 27, 2015
Coastal Carolina Club Baseball
D2 Team Roster is Set!
Following four days of tryouts, CCU's first D2 team since it's inaugural year has been formed, and it's a good one. Congratulations to everyone that made final cuts, get ready for a great season!
Tryout Dates Set!
The tryouts for the 2014-2015 Club Baseball season have been set! We will be having two days of preliminary tryouts, and you only need to come to one of the days.
September 10th from 6-9pm
September 11th from 6-9pm
After these first two days, we will make a round of cuts. Those not cut are welcomed back for two days of scrimmages:
September 13th from 10am-1pm
September 14th from 10am-1pm
Tryouts will cost a one-time fee of $5 to cover the cost of the fields. We will be playing at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach:
3051 Ripken Way Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
We look forward to seeing everyone out there and creating two talented teams for the upcoming season!
New Season Right Around the Corner!
CCU Club Baseball will be starting up in just a few short months, and we are looking to get as many ballplayers as possible to come out to Club Recruitment Day and tryouts! This year, after seeing the talent and number of players who wanted to participate last season, we will be starting a second club team. This not only gives more people a chance to continue their baseball career into college, but lets our program develop a strong talent pool for the future. With so many good players trying out every season, it was impossible to fit them all on the roster. This second team we believe will have the same success level as the first, both on the field and off the field.
Club Recruitmet Day will be August 20th on Prince Lawn. We will be flying our massive banner somewhere out there, come on by and sign up so you can be updated on meetings and tryout dates!
Coastal Takes 2 Out Of 3 From UNC Charlotte
CCU Club Baseball stayed hot in Charlotte this past weekend, taking two out of three against UNC Charlotte, giving them a 5-1 record in the conference this season. Pitching was on point yet again, highlighted by sophomore Steve Woloshin's 6-inning, 1-run performance in his first career start in the NCBA. Woloshin received Conference Pitcher of the Week for his outstanding outing, with teammate Greg Gentry taking the Player Of The Week Honors. Next up is in-state rival and conference leader Clemson University, who wiil be traveling down to CCU for a 3-game series.
Series Sweep Against USC to Open Conference Play
In a series that had Coastal putting 44 runs across the plate, while only allowing 14, the team won three key games in their pursuit of Conference champions. Stellar performances were found throughout the Sunday triple-header. Freshman second baseman Connor Skrypek found himself atop the conference with his Player Of The Week honors, as did freshman pitcher Tyler Wyeth with Conference Pitcher Of The Week.
Gutsy Pitching Holds the Lead for Big W Over Muskegon
Three freshmen held down the fort in the 4-2 win over Muskegon Community College. This is the first time CCU Club Ball has beaten Muskegon in our 3-game history. Starting pitcher Tyler Wyeth threw 5 great innings, pitching out of a jam in the 5th to keep the team ahead. Newest addition George Travis worked his way out of a jam in the 6th to keep the score at 4-2, and Ryan Justice closed it out to get the team its 3rd win in as many games.
8-Run Inning Stops Titans In Their Tracks
The bats were working again in the second game against the Long Island Titans, led by a 3 RBI performance from Brian McDevitt. Stellar pitching once again shut down the Titans, as Jeff Hutchins, Tyler James, Tyler Wyeth and Jared Hall combine for just 2 hits allowed.
The Goon Squad Takes Over On The Bump
Pitchers Ryan Justice, Steve Woloshin, and Bryant White proved too tough for the Titans to hit, letting up just three hits in the game. A five-run 4th inning broke the tie, and the team didn't look back, finishing with an 8-1 rout in the first game of the spring season.
2013-2014 Rosters Set!
After a great three days of tryouts, the final roster for this coming season has been made. We had so much talent come out, it was hard to cut it down to just 30 players. We have high hopes going into this season, and with the new conference realignment, we expect nothing short of making the playoffs.
In addition to the rosters being updated, check out our updated schedule to see all the fall games and tournaments that we have.The spring schedules are to be finished within the next couple weeks, and those will be added as soon as we get them!
For a complete schedule listing, click here!