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Great article from Brian Foley,  With 50 days before the start of the college baseball season, Brian has come up with 10 Storylines for the 2011 Season.  Check out the complete list – 10 Storylines for the 2011 Season

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper released their 2011 Preseason Poll with Texas Christian University ranked No. 1. Check out the complete poll on the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Releases 2011 Preseason Poll.

Check out a great article from Kendell Rogers of about College Programs on the rise.

Several northern teams have taken steps forward the past few seasons. Minnesota reached the Fullerton Regional title game last season, Louisville reached the College World Series in 2007 and has become a consistent national power, and last season, Connecticut made its statement with an NCAA Regional host. The Huskies also are primed to compete for a CWS berth when the 2011 campaign arrives in two months.

Check out the full article – Several Programs Hope To Soon Awaken

From – The snow-damaged Metrodome roof won’t be fixed until at least March, affecting hundreds of college baseball games and forcing the Minnesota Twins to find a new venue for their annual winter festival, a facility official said Wednesday.

Check out the whole article -Metrodome collapse scrambles spring baseball games

Found this great site for Students who are Home Schooled and NCAA Eligibility.  Here is a link to the site – Home Education Foundation

If a student athlete is talented enough to play at the college level, it is very important to become very familiar with the NCAA website at least when the student enters 8th grade, if not before. The requirements are very strict and failing to meet those requirements could deny a star athlete eligibility to play college sports and receive a scholarship.  The NCAA Eligibility website is very helpful. ( ,  Go to Academics & Athletes, then click on NCAA Eligibility Center)

Click Here – NCAA Eligibility Q & A for Home Educators

Great Post from Kendall Rogers, – The landscape of college baseball has greatly changed over the past two decades. It has evolved from a sport dominated by two specific regions to one that is seeing programs in the Northeast and Pacific Northwest become prominent players on the national stage.

Read the complete article – Crystal ball: Ten things college baseball needs