It's always fun to reflect and look back at success, really unravel in the joyous memories that often associate with those fleeting moments of pure victory. With the new school year fast approaching, CollegeBaseballInsider.com has provided a great opportunity for Golden Eagle baseball fans to do just that.
Tennessee Tech Hall of Fame baseball coach David Mays moved Jamie Ruehling from second to third base, and the switch paid off..eventually. The former Golden Eagle walk-on grabbed the role of Dodger third baseman Spider Jorgenson in the recent Jackie Robinson movie "42"
With the drafting of former Tennessee Tech pitcher Tristan Archer, the Golden Eagle baseball team now boasts seven former players in Major League Baseball. Several have shown much success this season while others are just starting to heat up.
After cementing himself as one of the best pitchers in Tennessee Tech history, Tristan Archer will now look to make a name for himself at the professional level after being drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 21st round of the 2013 MLB Draft.
Even though the 2013 season has come to an end for the Tennessee Tech baseball team, there is still much that awaits this Golden Eagle squad as post season awards from around the country are still being awarded.
The Tennessee Tech baseball team is back at it again, offering more of its renowned Golden Eagle Baseball School camps. This time, it's the GEBS summer camps that are creeping up and it's time to register for a summer of fun.
JACKSON, Tenn. - As the saying goes, all great things must come to an end. That much is true for the Tennessee Tech baseball team as its record-breaking attempt at a tournament title ended Saturday afternoon with a 6-4 loss to Eastern Kentucky at the 2013 Ohio Valley Conference baseball tournament.
JACKSON, Tenn. - The Austin Peay Governors proved just why they have been ranked in several polls over the past weeks, defeating the Tennessee Tech baseball team 6-2 in the third round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Friday evening.
JACKSON, Tenn. – The Road to Omaha starts here. That is a verifiable fact as the Tennessee Tech baseball team gets ready for its 15th Ohio Valley Conference Tournament appearance, searching for its fourth OVC tourney title and the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Regionals
JACKSON, Tenn. – With a 5-1 win over Southeast Missouri in the second round of the Ohio Valley Conference baseball tournament, the Tennessee Tech baseball team did more than just advance to Day 3 to play Austin Peay. The Golden Eagles set a new standard for Tech baseball.
For those who needed proof of just how dominant sophomore David Hess was on the mound over the weekend, look no further as the righty earned Collegiate Baseball newspaper Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week honors.
While the 2013 season still isn’t over for the Tennessee Tech baseball team, several members of the Golden Eagle squad have been honored for their spectacular play during the regular season as the Ohio Valley Conference announced their post season awards Tuesday evening.
Just when he was needed most, sophomore David Hess came through in the clutch for the Tennessee Tech baseball team, helping the Golden Eagles clinch at least a share of the Ohio Valley Conference regular season title.
Tennessee Tech fans and alumni attending the games at the OVC Baseball Tournament in Jackson, Tenn., later this week are invited to a hospitality tent, hosted by Tech Athletics, at The Ballpark in Jackson.
After a marathon 54-game stretch, the regular season has finally come to a close for the Tennessee Tech baseball team, marking the end of an impressive era for the 2013 senior class at Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express Baseball Complex.
Ohio Valley Conference regular season champions. Is there a better way to summarize the 2013 Tennessee Tech baseball team? I think not. The Golden Eagles, behind a relentless offensive attack and clutch pitching, can now hold that title proudly after dismantling Belmont, 14-6, Friday afternoon.
Fill the Quill. That's the headline for the Tennessee Tech baseball team as it heads into its most important series of the season this weekend, hosting Ohio Valley Conference foe Belmont in a three-game set to decide the regular season champion.
A golden performance on the mound by sophomore David Hess and clutch moment at the plate by junior Daniel Miles led the Tennessee Tech baseball team to clinch a share of its eighth Ohio Valley Conference regular season title with an 8-5 win over the Belmont Bruins Thursday evening.
The Tennessee Tech baseball team faces its most crucial series of the season this weekend, hosting Belmont to determine the Ohio Valley Conference championship. Fans who cannot attend in person will still be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of the game live and free on OVCDigitalNetwork.com.
There aren't many things that the Tennessee Tech baseball team doesn't know how to do. The Golden Eagles can hit, they can pitch, and they play defense with the best of them. It seems these days the only thing they don't know how do to is give up. And that was proven once again Tuesday evening.
Momentum is sure to be a key for the Tennessee Tech baseball team as it heads into the final week of the 2013 regular season. The Golden Eagles will host Lipscomb in a rematch of February's match-up in Nashville that saw the Bisons defeat Tech 12-1.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – For the seventh time this season, the Tennessee Tech baseball team wrapped up a series without dropping a contest to its opponent. The Golden Eagles defeated Southeast Missouri Sunday afternoon, 5-1, to finish their most recent sweep after beating the Redhawks on both Friday and Saturday as well.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – It took a little bit longer for the Tennessee Tech baseball team to get going Saturday evening than it did in game one, but the Golden Eagle offense indeed showed up against Southeast Missouri , scoring nine runs in the fifth innings on its way to an 11-6 win.
Chalk up another honor for a member of the Tennessee Tech baseball team. Junior catcher Jordan Parris has been named to the official watch list for the 2013 Johnny Bench Award presented by BaseballSavings.com.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - An offensive onslaught and a great pitching performance led the Tennessee Tech baseball team to an impressive 16-1 win over Ohio Valley Conference foe Southeast Missouri Friday evening. The win kept the Golden Eagles in sole possession of first place in the OVC.
With a place in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament already clinched, the Tennessee Tech baseball team will set its sights next on grabbing the top spot in the tournament with just six games left in league play.