Baseball Schedule 2019 Baseball By The Numbers Free 

Go Deeper: Inside UH Baseball’s Scheduling Methods

Did you enjoy the 2019 baseball schedule primer? If so, let’s dive deeper into this year’s schedule:   Last year, UH scheduled 19 quadrant one games in the regular season (Cougars played 26 Q1 games when counting the postseason). UH went 14-12 overall vs Q1.   A reminder: Quadrant 1: Home vs 1-30, neutral games vs. 1-50, away games vs.… Read More
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Previewing The 2019 Cougar Baseball Schedule

I’ll admit: I’m a schedule nerd. Football, basketball, baseball, golf, whatever. I’m fascinated in how they’re built, what the philosophy is behind them, and the building blocks coaches use to piece them together. The 2019 Cougar schedule is particularly interesting. 2019 Schedule – PDF   College baseball has always judged schedules by the RPI of opponents. Better wins = better… Read More
Jared Triolo Baseball 

Silver Glove News & Notes: Coogs Riding 8-Game Winning Streak

Coming off a perfect 8-0 homestand, the Coogs head across town to face Rice in the first game of the Silver Glove Series. UH is playing with great confidence right now and the pitching staff has been on fire. The Coogs have allowed just 8 runs in the last 6 games. First pitch tonight is 6:30. 70 years ago, the… Read More

Looking At The Cougar Bullpen

Going into a weekend vs. New Mexico and Columbia, Cougar baseball stands at 8-8. I don’t think anyone expected this team to struggle at the plate or on the mound as much as it has. But the 2018 schedule was built with this situation in mind. It’s time to take advantage of it or risk missing the tournament for the… Read More
Baseball Schedule 2019 Baseball 

475 Words On Our Depressing Baseball Slump

We are one-fifth of the way into this baseball season and I’m dumbfounded by what’s going on. The entire program – the hitting, the starting pitching, the strategy – all seem to be afflicted by a deep malaise. Everyone is in a funk and Todd Whitting needs to figure out how to get it on track. Since coming back from… Read More
Duke Catalon Baseball Football 

Big Ed, Rob, Duke & Seth: Wild Day For the Coogs

On a day where men’s golf and swimming were the only teams in action, it was an eventful day for UH Athletics. First day of spring football, Big Ed’s big announcement, major recognition for basketball’s leader, a sad announcement from another football player, and a predictable issue for a former Cougar baseball player.   Spring football began with players in… Read More
Connor Hollis Baseball 

Pitching Joins The Hitting On The Struggle Bus At Minute Maid

It was a disaster all-around this week for Cougar baseball. The Coogs needed a late-inning rally to beat TSU on Tuesday then were swept this weekend at Minute Maid. UH was blown out in two weekend games while going to extra innings with Mississippi State before losing in 12. The hitting remained in the dumps all weekend. Batting average and… Read More
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Previewing The College Classic

The Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic is a challenging weekend for the Coogs – especially with our lackluster hitting facing top-line SEC pitching. A good weekend is 1 win – a great weekend would be 2 wins. A quick look at what we’re up against: Friday – 3:30 p.m. vs Kentucky Coogs face junior RHP Sean Hjelle (2-0, 0.66 ERA, .065 BAA).… Read More