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Can they restrict people from watching behind the outfield wall since that is not technically in the stadium?
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(01-23-2021 05:57 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Can they restrict people from watching behind the outfield wall since that is not technically in the stadium?

I wouldn't think so. Just pull up a chair and watch.
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(01-24-2021 11:58 AM)82hawk Wrote:  
(01-23-2021 05:57 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Can they restrict people from watching behind the outfield wall since that is not technically in the stadium?

I wouldn't think so. Just pull up a chair and watch.

It probably boils down to if they are letting non students on campus.
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(01-24-2021 12:13 PM)SEA33HAWK Wrote:  
(01-24-2021 11:58 AM)82hawk Wrote:  
(01-23-2021 05:57 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Can they restrict people from watching behind the outfield wall since that is not technically in the stadium?

I wouldn't think so. Just pull up a chair and watch.

It probably boils down to if they are letting non students on campus.

I was on campus yesterday enjoying the nice day
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Just 8 days left until opening day against VCU. We're starved for UNCW basketball at the moment, but Baseball season will help fill the void.

More good news: I had been told originally that there was a good chance the Cincinnati series (March 4-7) wouldn't happen, but that appears to have shifted. The series is on and expected to take place.
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08 do you know how many games will be on caatv. I saw the saturday and sunday games with vcu will be on caatv.

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(02-11-2021 03:03 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  08 do you know how many games will be on caatv. I saw the saturday and sunday games with vcu will be on caatv.

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Hopefully a lot! I just cancelled Flo today. 12 bucks for 2 games SMH.....
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(02-11-2021 03:20 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  
(02-11-2021 03:03 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  08 do you know how many games will be on caatv. I saw the saturday and sunday games with vcu will be on caatv.

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Hopefully a lot! I just cancelled Flo today. 12 bucks for 2 games SMH.....

If only there was a smart mod around here to tell everyone it was a bad idea to get sucked into paying for Flo.

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(02-11-2021 03:03 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  08 do you know how many games will be on caatv. I saw the saturday and sunday games with vcu will be on caatv.

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Flo only has the rights to a handful of games throughout the season and the conference tournament.

I wouldnt buy Flo unless you wanted to watch the CAA tournament and then only a month before the championship game to maximize your value
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I have not done flo sports and hope i never do.

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(02-11-2021 06:56 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  I have not done flo sports and hope i never do.

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Here is the schedule with the current Flo games marked

February 19, 2021 (Friday) 4:00 PM
vs. VCU - FloSports
February 20, 2021 (Saturday) 12:00 PM
vs. VCU
February 20, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. VCU - FloSports
February 21, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. VCU
February 26, 2021 (Friday) 4:00 PM
vs. Western Carolina - FloSports
February 27, 2021 (Saturday) 12:00 PM
vs. Western Carolina - FloSports
February 28, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. Western Carolina
March 4, 2021 (Thursday) 4:00 PM
vs. Cincinnati
March 5, 2021 (Friday) 4:00 PM
vs. Cincinnati
March 6, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. Cincinnati - FloSports
March 7, 2021 (Sunday) 12:00 PM
vs. Cincinnati - FloSports
March 12, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
vs. Appalachian State
March 13, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. Appalachian State
March 14, 2021 (Sunday) 12:00 PM
vs. Appalachian State
March 17, 2021 (Wednesday) 6:00 PM
vs. East Carolina
March 20, 2021 (Saturday) 12:00 PM
@ William and Mary
March 20, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
@ William and Mary
March 21, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
@ William and Mary
March 23, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 PM
vs. NC State
March 26, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
@ Col. of Charleston
March 27, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
@ Col. of Charleston
March 28, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
@ Col. of Charleston
April 2, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
vs. Elon
April 3, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. Elon
April 4, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. Elon
April 6, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 PM
@ Coastal Carolina
April 9, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
@ James Madison
April 10, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
@ James Madison
April 11, 2021 (Sunday) 2:00 PM
@ James Madison
April 13, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 PM
vs. Coastal Carolina
April 23, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
@ Elon
April 24, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
@ Elon
April 25, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
@ Elon
April 27, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 p.m.
@ Coastal Carolina
April 28, 2021 (Wednesday) 6:00 PM
vs. Coastal Carolina
April 30, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
vs. William and Mary
May 1, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. William and Mary
May 2, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. William and Mary
May 7, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
vs. James Madison
May 8, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. James Madison
May 9, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. James Madison
May 11, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 PM
@ NC State
May 14, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
vs. Col. of Charleston
May 15, 2021 (Saturday) 4:00 PM
vs. Col. of Charleston
May 16, 2021 (Sunday) 1:00 PM
vs. Col. of Charleston
May 18, 2021 (Tuesday) 6:00 PM
@ North Carolina
May 20, 2021 (Thursday) 6:00 PM
@ Charlotte
May 21, 2021 (Friday) 6:00 PM
@ Charlotte
May 22, 2021 (Saturday) 1:00 PM
@ Charlotte
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I just looked at uncw sports web site looks like 22 home games are on flo sports. I also assume most of our away conference games will be on flo sports.

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(02-11-2021 06:18 PM)B_Hawk06 Wrote:  
(02-11-2021 03:20 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  
(02-11-2021 03:03 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  08 do you know how many games will be on caatv. I saw the saturday and sunday games with vcu will be on caatv.

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Hopefully a lot! I just cancelled Flo today. 12 bucks for 2 games SMH.....

If only there was a smart mod around here to tell everyone it was a bad idea to get sucked into paying for Flo.

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Look , I'm stuck at home and just wanted to watch some games! If it wasn't for the "soft" covid rules, it would have been fine
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(02-12-2021 08:22 AM)tke75hawk Wrote:  I just looked at uncw sports web site looks like 22 home games are on flo sports. I also assume most of our away conference games will be on flo sports.

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I'm hoping that's not official and UNCW is just listing FLO on everything by default.

Last year Flo treated Baseball like Volleyball and soccer and only a handful of games were behind the paywall. Maybe its changing this year since so many basketball games got canceled. Who knows, but hopefully it won't be too many
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D1 Baseball's Annual preview.

They have UNCW winning the South division pick, and NU is the North pick,

D1 has UNCW beating out NU and CofC to win the tournament, but they say all 3 could play in a regional.

Projected Regional Team (1): UNC Wilmington

Player of the Year: Austin Gauthier, SS, Hofstra

Pitcher of the Year: Landen Roupp, RHP, UNC Wilmington

Freshman of the Year: Ethan Chenault, RHP, UNC Wilmington

[Image: EuC1RJBXEAAeJ4x?format=jpg&name=medium]

UNC WILMINGTON

UNCW has been the most consistent winner in the CAA during the 21st century, making 10 regional appearances since 2003 and six in the last eight years. Head coach Mark Scalf retired following an NCAA tournament run in 2019, and his longtime righthand man Randy Hood took over the reins of the program for the 2020 season. The Seahawks got off to a good start before the season was canceled, and the program looks positioned to continue its run of excellence under Hood’s steady leadership. Last year, we believed UNCW had the starting pitching to make a run at winning a regional, and though lefthander Zarion Sharpe is gone, that pitching staff might be even better in 2021.

It starts with ace Landen Roupp, our choice for CAA preseason pitcher of the year and the coaches’ choice for preseason player of the year in the league’s official balloting. A three-year starter with a 3.25 career ERA, Roupp worked hard in the offseason to add strength to his frame, causing his sinking fastball to tick up into the 91-94 range at times, along with a tight swing-and-miss breaking ball at 75-78 and a quality changeup. He’ll team with 5YR SR righty Luke Gesell to form a rock-solid one-two punch atop the rotation. Gesell is a battle-tested workhorse with a 91-93 fastball and feel for two solid offspeed pitches. And expect two very talented freshmen to compete for the Sunday starter job: righthanders Ryan Calvert and Ethan Chenault. A lean and projectable 6-foot-5 righthander, Chenault was a blue-chip recruit out of Virginia, and he has lived up to his billing this fall, sitting at 90-93 and touching 95 mph along with a promising big-breaking curveball at 73-77 and the makings of a changeup. Calvert is a 6-foot-5, 220-pound ox who earned Maryland PBR player of the year honors as a junior. He showed off advanced feel for pitching in our fall look, attacking the zone at 88-92 with a very good sinking changeup at 81-84 and a decent 76 mph breaking ball. He works downhill with minimal effort, and it’s easy to envision him throwing considerably harder as he gets older.

Wilmington should also have the best bullpen in the CAA, with enviable depth and a variety of different looks. The anchor should be 3YR SO Adam Smith (2.38 ERA, 3 SV, 14-3 K-BB in 11.1 IP), a former two-way player who really came into his own last spring after focusing on pitching. A loose and athletic righthander, Smith showed 90-95 mph heat this fall along with a good hard breaking ball and a functional changeup. Fifth-year senior righty Breydan Gorham is a valuable strike-throwing swing man or setup guy with good life on his fastball and a quality slider. UNCW has had plenty of success over the years with sinkerballers, and righties Gage Herring, Jason Hudak and Will Liverpool fit in that tradition. Wilmington’s strong recruiting class also brought a number of other reinforcements, including projectable freshman righties Jacob Shafer and Hunter Hodges, funky sidewinder Nyk Crumrine (a transfer from Chicago State), plus lefties Noah Overton and Luke Craig.

The lineup also stands out for its depth, but the Seahawks need to figure out how all the pieces fit together. Fifth-year senior third baseman Cole Weiss is the most accomplished returning hitter, a three-year mainstay in the lineup who has hit .305 each of the last two seasons, and he’ll help anchor the heart of the order. Beyond Weiss, UNCW’s lineup is brimming with breakout candidates. Two older players who looked poised to do bigger things in 2021 are fourth-year junior first baseman Kip Brandenburg and fourth-year junior center fielder Noah Bridges. The 6-foot-5 Brandenburg, who sat out 2019 after transferring from North Carolina, will be counted upon to provide righthanded power in the middle of the lineup, along with second-year freshman Ronald Evans, a 6-foot-2, 258-pound tank with some of the best raw power on the roster. Evans figures to see plenty of action at DH or perhaps first base. Bridges has some of the best raw tools on the team but struggled to make consistent contact over his first two seasons, striking out 74 times as a freshman and 64 times as a sophomore. He was off to a solid start in 2020, hitting .290/.371/.387, though his strikeout rate was still high. Bridges has blazing speed that really plays in center field, where his arm is also a weapon. The key for him is simply to improve his plate discipline, and Hood thinks he’s making progress.

Also look for big breakout seasons from 3YR SO catcher Matt Suggs and 2YR FR second baseman Jac Croom. Suggs has a rifle arm behind the plate and an intriguing combination of speed and pop at the plate; if his receiving skills and offensive approach continue to mature, he could climb draft boards and become a star in this league. Croom is the quintessential “dirtbag” who always manages to impress in a variety of subtle ways. He’s an aggressive, instinctive baserunner and a playmaker at second base, and he’s added some strength to his frame since last year, giving him sneaky lefthanded pop. Also keep an eye on fellow 2YR FR Trevor Marsh, an athletic lefthanded slasher with good speed, bat-handling skills, defensive ability and an accurate arm in the outfield.
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(02-13-2021 12:58 AM)geewizNU Wrote:  D1 Baseball's Annual preview.

They have UNCW winning the South division pick, and NU is the North pick,

D1 has UNCW beating out NU and CofC to win the tournament, but they say all 3 could play in a regional.

Projected Regional Team (1): UNC Wilmington

Player of the Year: Austin Gauthier, SS, Hofstra

Pitcher of the Year: Landen Roupp, RHP, UNC Wilmington

Freshman of the Year: Ethan Chenault, RHP, UNC Wilmington

[Image: EuC1RJBXEAAeJ4x?format=jpg&name=medium]

UNC WILMINGTON

UNCW has been the most consistent winner in the CAA during the 21st century, making 10 regional appearances since 2003 and six in the last eight years. Head coach Mark Scalf retired following an NCAA tournament run in 2019, and his longtime righthand man Randy Hood took over the reins of the program for the 2020 season. The Seahawks got off to a good start before the season was canceled, and the program looks positioned to continue its run of excellence under Hood’s steady leadership. Last year, we believed UNCW had the starting pitching to make a run at winning a regional, and though lefthander Zarion Sharpe is gone, that pitching staff might be even better in 2021.

It starts with ace Landen Roupp, our choice for CAA preseason pitcher of the year and the coaches’ choice for preseason player of the year in the league’s official balloting. A three-year starter with a 3.25 career ERA, Roupp worked hard in the offseason to add strength to his frame, causing his sinking fastball to tick up into the 91-94 range at times, along with a tight swing-and-miss breaking ball at 75-78 and a quality changeup. He’ll team with 5YR SR righty Luke Gesell to form a rock-solid one-two punch atop the rotation. Gesell is a battle-tested workhorse with a 91-93 fastball and feel for two solid offspeed pitches. And expect two very talented freshmen to compete for the Sunday starter job: righthanders Ryan Calvert and Ethan Chenault. A lean and projectable 6-foot-5 righthander, Chenault was a blue-chip recruit out of Virginia, and he has lived up to his billing this fall, sitting at 90-93 and touching 95 mph along with a promising big-breaking curveball at 73-77 and the makings of a changeup. Calvert is a 6-foot-5, 220-pound ox who earned Maryland PBR player of the year honors as a junior. He showed off advanced feel for pitching in our fall look, attacking the zone at 88-92 with a very good sinking changeup at 81-84 and a decent 76 mph breaking ball. He works downhill with minimal effort, and it’s easy to envision him throwing considerably harder as he gets older.

Wilmington should also have the best bullpen in the CAA, with enviable depth and a variety of different looks. The anchor should be 3YR SO Adam Smith (2.38 ERA, 3 SV, 14-3 K-BB in 11.1 IP), a former two-way player who really came into his own last spring after focusing on pitching. A loose and athletic righthander, Smith showed 90-95 mph heat this fall along with a good hard breaking ball and a functional changeup. Fifth-year senior righty Breydan Gorham is a valuable strike-throwing swing man or setup guy with good life on his fastball and a quality slider. UNCW has had plenty of success over the years with sinkerballers, and righties Gage Herring, Jason Hudak and Will Liverpool fit in that tradition. Wilmington’s strong recruiting class also brought a number of other reinforcements, including projectable freshman righties Jacob Shafer and Hunter Hodges, funky sidewinder Nyk Crumrine (a transfer from Chicago State), plus lefties Noah Overton and Luke Craig.

The lineup also stands out for its depth, but the Seahawks need to figure out how all the pieces fit together. Fifth-year senior third baseman Cole Weiss is the most accomplished returning hitter, a three-year mainstay in the lineup who has hit .305 each of the last two seasons, and he’ll help anchor the heart of the order. Beyond Weiss, UNCW’s lineup is brimming with breakout candidates. Two older players who looked poised to do bigger things in 2021 are fourth-year junior first baseman Kip Brandenburg and fourth-year junior center fielder Noah Bridges. The 6-foot-5 Brandenburg, who sat out 2019 after transferring from North Carolina, will be counted upon to provide righthanded power in the middle of the lineup, along with second-year freshman Ronald Evans, a 6-foot-2, 258-pound tank with some of the best raw power on the roster. Evans figures to see plenty of action at DH or perhaps first base. Bridges has some of the best raw tools on the team but struggled to make consistent contact over his first two seasons, striking out 74 times as a freshman and 64 times as a sophomore. He was off to a solid start in 2020, hitting .290/.371/.387, though his strikeout rate was still high. Bridges has blazing speed that really plays in center field, where his arm is also a weapon. The key for him is simply to improve his plate discipline, and Hood thinks he’s making progress.

Also look for big breakout seasons from 3YR SO catcher Matt Suggs and 2YR FR second baseman Jac Croom. Suggs has a rifle arm behind the plate and an intriguing combination of speed and pop at the plate; if his receiving skills and offensive approach continue to mature, he could climb draft boards and become a star in this league. Croom is the quintessential “dirtbag” who always manages to impress in a variety of subtle ways. He’s an aggressive, instinctive baserunner and a playmaker at second base, and he’s added some strength to his frame since last year, giving him sneaky lefthanded pop. Also keep an eye on fellow 2YR FR Trevor Marsh, an athletic lefthanded slasher with good speed, bat-handling skills, defensive ability and an accurate arm in the outfield.


Thanks for posting this, geewiz!

We obviously knew Roupp and Gesell would be the 1-2 punch, but it's interesting to see that the leading contenders for the Sunday job are both freshmen. We'll see if that expectation is met right out of the gate this weekend.

Offensively, assuming everyone is healthy and ready to go, my best guess at the lineup would be something like this, similar to what we saw last March:

1. RF Trevor Marsh - L
2. C Matt Suggs - R
3. 3B Cole Weiss - L
4. DH Ronald Evans - R
5. CF Noah Bridges - L
6. 1B Kip Brandenburg - R
7. 2B Jac Croom - L
8. SS Brooks Baldwin - S
9. LF Noah Liles - L
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Only 3 games now against vcu. Saturday and sunday on caatv monday on flo sports.

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(02-16-2021 04:27 PM)tke75hawk Wrote:  Only 3 games now against vcu. Saturday and sunday on caatv monday on flo sports.

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Jmu plays unc today at 3 if weather allows on accn.

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