MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon College's Posey Field will be the site 16 baseball games during the next three days. The ALABCA Community College Fall Classic begins Wednesday morning and will run through Friday night.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon catcher Joseph Odom was named to the North roster for the Valley League's All-Star Game and will also compete in the Home Run Derby this weekend.
The Valley League's North-South All-Star rosters were released on Tuesday. Odom is one of 60 players invited to play in Sunday's All-Star Game at Front Royal's Bing Crosby Stadium. First pitch is set for 7:30 p.m. Eastern. The Home Run Derby will be held before the game.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon junior Grant Brown and freshman Grant Lowman recently received All-Region recognition from D3baseball.com. This is the first time D3baseball.com has released All-Region teams.
Brown was chosen as a second-team All-South selection at designated hitter and Lowman was a third-team selection at pitcher.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The NCAA Division III Baseball Committee released the field of teams chosen for the 2012 postseason on Monday. Despite winning 30 games and winning the Great South Athletic Conference championship, Huntingdon was not one of the 56 teams selected to play in a Regional.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West announced today that Huntingdon will join the NCAA-Division III USA South Athletic Conference beginning in the fall of 2013. Huntingdon and Covenant College (Ga.) were approved as members at a meeting of the USA South presidents yesterday. Current USA South members are Averett University (Va.), Ferrum College (Va.), Greensboro College (N.C.), Mary Baldwin College (Va.), Meredith College (N.C.), Methodist University (N.C.), N.C. Wesleyan College (N.C.), William Peace University (N.C.), and the conference's newest members, LaGrange College (Ga.), Piedmont College (Ga.), and Maryville College (Tenn.).
LaGRANGE, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team did it the hard way on Sunday. The Hawks lost to LaGrange 6-5 in the first game before coming back to win 17-9 in the second game to capture the Great South Athletic Conference tournament championship.
LaGRANGE, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team has been living on the edge during the first two rounds of the Great South Athletic Conference tournament.
The Hawks rallied from a five-run deficit to win in the first round on Friday and followed up by rallying from a four-run deficit and winning in 13 innings on Saturday. Chad Baxley singled to score Seth Currie in the top of the 13th as the Hawks hung on to beat Piedmont 10-9 in the second round.
LaGRANGE, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team rallied from a five-run deficit and edged Maryville 6-5 on Friday in the first round of the Great South Athletic Conference tournament.
The Hawks used a three-run homer from Joseph Odom to make it a one-run game in the seventh inning, an RBI single from Trey Smith to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth and an RBI single from Austin White to end the game in the ninth.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon pitcher Grant Lowman and head baseball coach D.J. Conville were both recognized by the Great South Athletic Conference on Thursday. Lowman was named the GSAC Freshman of the Year and Conville was named the GSAC Coach of the Year.
A total of 16 Huntingdon baseball players received recognition from the GSAC, including nine Academic All-Conference players.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon baseball team has tried to keep a similar approach to each game this season. Head coach D.J. Conville's philosophy has been simple, each game is important and each game is an opportunity to get better.
The Hawks are taking the same attitude into this weekend's Great South Athletic Conference baseball tournament in LaGrange, Ga.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon baseball team closed out the regular season with a 15-5 win over Point University on Tuesday at Posey Field. It was the fourth straight game that the Hawks have scored at least 10 runs.
MARYVILLE, Tenn. – The Huntingdon baseball team gave up two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning in an 11-10 loss to Maryville on Sunday.
The Hawks (26-11), the No. 1 seed entering next week's Great South Athletic Conference tournament, finish conference play with a 9-3 record. Huntingdon took the first two games of the series with Maryville 13-7 and 12-3.
MARYVILLE, Tenn. – Catcher Joseph Odom hit his sixth and seventh home runs of the season to highlight the Huntingdon baseball team's 12-3 win over Maryville on Saturday. Odom was one of five Hawks to record multiple hits and one of four Hawks with three hits.
In the first two games of the Maryville series, Huntingdon (26-10, 9-2 Great South Athletic Conference) has totaled 35 hits and 25 runs. Game 3 of the series is set for noon on Sunday.
MARYVILLE, Tenn. – The Huntingdon baseball team pounded out 19 hits and scored 13 runs to knock off Maryville 13-7 on Friday. With the win, the Hawks (25-10, 8-2 Great South Athletic Conference) clinched the regular-season GSAC title.
The Hawks have a three-game lead in the GSAC standings with two conference games remaining. Huntingdon and Maryville (17-17, 4-6 GSAC) are scheduled to play the second game of a three-game series on Saturday, weather permitting. First pitch is currently set for 2 p.m.
DECATUR, Ga.- Entering the home stretch of the 2012 regular season, Tyler Spivey of Huntingdon and James Rollins of Covenant have earned the final Pitcher and Player of the Week honors for the 2012 season. This is the first time season for both athletes.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon baseball team used another solid pitching performance and took advantage of LaGrange miscues to pick up a 3-1 win on Sunday at Posey Field.
The win completed a three-game sweep of the Panthers and gives the Hawks (24-10) a 7-2 record in the Great South Athletic Conference. Huntingdon will wrap up conference play next weekend at Maryville.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Pitchers John Rice and Caleb Cofield kept LaGrange off balance and an Austin White single in the eighth inning lifted the Huntingdon baseball team to a 4-3 win on Saturday at Posey Field.
Huntingdon (23-10, 6-2 Great South Athletic Conference) took the first game of the series by the same score on Friday night and will host the Panthers (13-21, 4-4 GSAC) in the final game of the series on Sunday at 1 p.m.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon baseball team picked up its fifth conference win with a 4-3 victory over LaGrange on Friday.
The Hawks (22-10, 5-2 Great South Athletic Conference) and Panthers (13-20, 4-3 GSAC) will play the second game of their three-game series at Posey Field on Saturday at 2 p.m.
DECATUR, Ga.- Counting down the final few weeks of the season, Grant Lowman of Huntingdon and Blake Gentry of Maryville earn the Pitcher and Player of the week for baseball. This is the second straight week Lowman has earned the award and the first this season for Gentry.
DEMOREST, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team fell behind early on Saturday, rallied in the middle innings but couldn't catch 16th-ranked Piedmont in a 10-5 loss.
Despite the loss, the Hawks picked up two wins in the three-game series. Huntingdon (21-10, 4-2 Great South Athletic Conference) took the first two games of the series 4-0 and 3-0 on Friday.
DEMOREST, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team used strong pitching and timely hitting to shutout 16th-ranked Piedmont in a pair of conference wins on Friday.
Three Huntingdon pitchers combined to allow five hits in the two games, dropping the Lions 4-0 in Game 1 and 3-0 in Game 2.
DECATUR, Ga.- Gearing up for the home stretch of the 2012 baseball season, the Great South Athletic Conference names Grant Lowman of Huntingdon and Ethan Miers of Piedmont Pitcher and Player of the Week, respectively. This is the first time either player has received the award this season.
ROME, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team couldn't pull off a sweep on Saturday, but the Hawks took the weekend series at Berry College.
Huntingdon held Berry to four hits in a 3-1 win in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader. The Hawks managed 11 hits in the second game but came up short 6-5. Game 1 was a shortened seven-inning game and the second game was a normal nine-inning game.
With Friday's 13-7 win over Berry, the Hawks (19-9) picked up two wins in the three-game series.
ROME, Ga. – The Huntingdon baseball team overcame a rough start to knock off Berry 13-7 on Friday.
The Hawks (18-8) committed three errors and gave up five runs in the second inning. But Huntingdon overcame the five-run deficit with 15 hits and 13 runs in the final six innings.
DECATUR,Ga.- Breaking the streak held by Piedmont, Tyler Brooks claims this week's baseball Pitcher of the Week while Grant Brown earned the Player of the Week honors as announced by the Great South Athletic Conference. This is the first award this season for Brooks and the second for Brown who won it for the week of Feb 27.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon's baseball games with Emory this weekend have been rescheduled due to the forecast of rain on Friday.
Huntingdon (17-6) will now host Emory (14-7) at 3 p.m. on Saturday and 1 p.m. on Sunday.
DECATUR, Ga.- Continuing their dominance of the Great South Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week honors, Kevin Caldwell of Piedmont earns his second straight weekly honor after pitching a tough match-up with #1 Marietta College. Jordan Freeman of Huntingdon earns this week's Player of the Week after belting a grand slam for the Hawks last week. This is the sixth straight week Piedmont has earned Pitcher of the Week and the second straight for Huntingdon.