Christian Hamlett (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) has been named Third-Team All-South Region by D3baseball.com and Spencer Wiles (Belmont, NC/South Point) was also named Third-Team All-South Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
The Hampden-Sydney baseball team took a heartbreaking 4-3 elimination loss to second seeded Randolph-Macon in 11 innings in the second day of the 2014 ODAC Baseball Tournament. The Tigers exit the tournament at 27-15 on the season.
The sixth seeded Hampden-Sydney Tigers took a 7-1 loss to top-seeded and 14th ranked nationally Shenandoah in the opening game of the 2014 ODAC Baseball Tournament. With the loss, the Tigers fall to 27-14 overall and will play in the Tournament’s first elimination game at 11:00 AM tomorrow.
The field has been set for the 2014 ODAC Baseball Tournament and the Tigers will join five other teams to round out the six team, double elimination tournament to take place from Thursday, April 24 to Sunday, April 27 at Lynchburg City Stadium in Lynchburg.
The Hampden-Sydney baseball team tied a school record, winning its 27 game of the season, defeating Greensboro 7-6 in the Tigers’ regular season finale. The Tigers, standing at 27-13 overall and 10-10 in the ODAC, will enter the ODAC Tournament as the sixth seed and will face top-seeded Shenandoah at 11:00 AM on Thursday, April 24 at Lynchburg City Stadium.
Hampden-Sydney returned to win column with a crucial 5-2 win over Randolph-Macon. With the victory, the Tigers improve to 24-13 overall and 8-10 in ODAC play; the Yellow Jackets fall to 19-13 on the season and 12-6 in the ODAC.
Preview Hampden-Sydney's week in baseball with the Tiger Weekly Notes. This week, Hampden-Sydney hosts Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday and Randolph-Macon on Thursday, and travels to Emory & Henry for a double header on Saturday.
The Hampden-Sydney Baseball Tigers split its Saturday double header with the Generals of Washington & Lee, dropping the first game 6-5 before taking a 9-8 victory. With the split, Hampden-Sydney stands at 23-12 overall and 7-9 in ODAC play, and the Generals are 14-9 on the season and 7-7 in conference.
The Hampden-Sydney Tigers had a big day at the plate, using 12 runs on 16 hits to take a 12-4 decision over Virginia Wesleyan. With the victory, the Tigers improve to 22-11 on the season and 6-8 in ODAC play.
Preview Hampden-Sydney's week in baseball with the Tiger Weekly Notes. This week, the Tigers travel to face Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday and host Washington & Lee in a Saturday double header for senior day.
Hampden-Sydney had late runs in each of its two games, but could not overcome the Bridgewater College as the Eagles took both decisions in the Saturday double header. Bridgewater took game one 9-6 in ten innings and the second 9-5.
LYNCHBURG, VA-While Hampden-Sydney and Lynchburg scored a combined 19 runs in the two teams’ first meeting this season, the game at Lynchburg proved to be a very different style with the Hornets prevailing 3-0 in a pitcher’s duel.
Preview Hampden-Sydney's week in baseball with the Tiger Weekly Notes. This week, the Tigers travel to Lynchburg (4/1) and Randolph-Macon (4/2) before hosting Bridgewater on Saturday for a double header.
Hampden-Sydney used seven runs in the eighth inning to take a late lead over Lynchburg College, but the comeback fell just short as the Hornets outlasted the Tigers 10-9 in ten innings of action at Ty Cobb Ballpark.
For those attending Baseball’s first ever Homecoming Day on April 12, golf will be available for anyone who will not be playing in the alumni game. Golf will start roughly at 8:00 AM on Saturday at the Farmville Municipal Course. Those interested in playing need to RSVP to head coach Jeff Kinne at email@example.com.
Preview Hampden-Sydney Baseball's week with the Tiger Game Notes. The Tigers host Lynchburg on Wednesday (3/26) at 3:30 pm and travel to Guilford on Saturday (3/29) for a double header starting at noon.
The Hampden-Sydney baseball team wrapped up its week with a 4-1 record after splitting a Sunday double header with Stevenson University. With an 18-3 victory and 6-3 loss, the Tigers stand at 19-6 overall and 3-3 in ODAC play.
The Hampden-Sydney baseball team picked up its third win in as many days, sweeping Eastern Mennonite in a Saturday ODAC double header. The Tigers took decisions of 5-4 and 5-1 while improving to 18-5 on the season and 3-3 in conference play.
Head coach Jeff Kinne became the Tigers’ all-time winningest coach with 226 victories as the Tigers outlasted Frostburg State 14-13 in a back-and-forth battle. With the win, the Tigers improve to 16-5 on the season; the Bobcats fall to 10-3.