Monday May 13
Three after Robinson the hardest
Alex Robinson, a top 100 recruit, is playing more of a facilitator role for the Texas Titans this year.
Terrapin Station MD
Terrapins Recruiting Nuggets: Basketball Updates
Following articles concerning possible transfers and Maryland's basketball recruiting big board , TerrapinStationMD has some updates regarding basketball transfers and 2014 recruits: It looks like it's going to be Antonio Barton or nothing for the 2013 class.
Jayhawk Invitational: Top Perormers
Myles Turner was the clear standout performer over the weekend in Kansas City, but he was joined by some others who had big time showings.
Jayhawk Invitational: Day Two
Day two at the Jayhawk Invitational was all about Diamond Stone. The 2015 standout was a dominant force all day long.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Local roundup: Alabama rallies past Southern Miss
<![CDATA[HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Back-to-back RBI doubles from Ben Moore and Austen Smith highlighted a three-run eighth inning to lift Alabama to a 7-4 victory over Southern Miss on Wednesday. Smith led the offense with three hits and three RBIs. Alabama's bullpen combined for 7 1/3 scoreless innings to help overcome an early 4-2 deficit. Taylor Guilbeau (3-1) earned the win after striking out a pair over two innings. Tucker Hawley registered the save. The Crimson Tide (25-18) start a three-game home series against Texas A&M at 6:35 p.m. Friday. Huntingdon 8, Point 7 (10) Pinch-hitter Caleb Astin drew a bases-loaded walk to win it in extra innings for the Hawks (28-9). Huntingdon tied the game in the ninth after Trammell DeJarnett scored on a wild pitch with two outs. Grant Brown and Keegan Lambeth each had two RBIs, while Jordan Green, Joseph Odom and Jordan Freeman had a pair of hits. Tyler Spivey (1-0) struck out four over the final two innings. The Hawks travel to LaGrange for a three-game set beginning at 7 p.m. Friday. UAB 7, Alabama State 0 BIRMINGHAM - UAB starter Alex Luna limited the Hornets (27-19) to three hits. ASU begins a three game-series at defending national champion Arizona at 8 p.m. Friday. Troy 8, Samford 2 The Trojans used a seven-run seventh to break the game open and sweep the Bulldogs on Tuesday, extending their home win streak to 13 games. Troy (30-11) capitalized on two errors, three walks, a hit batter and a wild pitch in the seventh, needing just one hit for the seven runs. Logan Pierce hit a two-run double to get the scoring started. The Trojans travel to Florida Atlantic this weekend. AUM 5-7, Blue Mountain 1-6 Nathan Taylor (2-0) threw three no-hit innings to earn the win in Game 1 on Tuesday. Hayden Hillyer led the offense with two RBIs. Chad Reeves threw the final two innings to pick up his first career save. In the nightcap, AUM (32-18-1) fell behind 6-1 before a five-run sixth tied it up. Hillyer scored on a throwing error in the ninth to seal the win. Branden Kelley threw a scoreless ninth to earn his first win of the year. The Warhawks host local rival Faulker at 6 p.m. today. Alabama State 7, UAB 1 SWAC pitcher of the week Anthony Ricciardi allowed one earned run and scattered seven hits across seven innings to earn the win for the Hornets in their home finale on Tuesday. Branden Castro and Emmanuel Marrero each added three hits for ASU. Castro hit a two-run homer in the second to give the Hornets (27-18) an early 2-0 lead. Spring Hill 8-2, AUM 2-3 Jennifer Jenkins hit a walk-off sacrifice fly to help the Warhawks (39-8, 17-7 SSAC) salvage a split with the Badgers (38-10, 16-7 SSAC). Kayla Hale (8-3) allowed one earned run in a complete game effort, and added a solo home run at the plate. Caroline Sagrera (27-4) struck out 12 for the Badgers in Game 1. Jyssica Pepper drove in the lone two runs for AUM, which committed five errors in the field. The Warhawks play at the SSAC tournament in Columbus, Ga., from May 2-4. South Alabama 9, Troy 0 MOBILE - Farish Beard tossed a five-inning no-hitter for the 18th-ranked Jaguars (41-7, 17-3 Sun Belt), striking out nine batters. Troy (20-27, 7-11 Sun Belt) was no-hit for the second time this season. The Trojans begin a three-game series at Louisiana-Lafayette at 1 p.m. Saturday. Mobile 3-0, AUM 1-9 The Warhawks left 13 on base in the opener on Tuesday. Katie Spain hit a grand slam to invoke the mercy rule after a seven-run fifth inning in Game 2. She now has 51 RBIs this year, setting a new AUM single-season record. Alabama State 3, UAB 2 The Hornets (11-28) scored two in the sixth and one in the seventh to extend their win streak to five games on Tuesday. Destyni Valencia pitched 6 1/3 innings to earn her fourth win of the year. ASU wins SWAC ALEXANDRIA, La. - Tournament MVP Branson Ferrier led the Hornets to their second-consecutive SWAC championship. He shot a tournament-low 215 during the 54-hole event. ASU finished 17 shots ahead of second-place Jackson State. Troy adds another JUCO All-American TROY - With the Tuesday signing of Michelle Mitchell, the Trojans have now added three NJCAA players to its current signing class. Mitchell averaged 16.6 points and 7.1 rebounds per game at Darton State (Ga.) last season. She was a two-time All-American for the Lady Cavaliers. St. James 6, Wetumpka 0 Kelly Joyner netted five goals to fuel the attack for the Trojans (13-6) on senior night. Cassidy Alwan added the other marker, while Katie Bonner earned her seventh shutout in goal. St. James plays Trinity in the first round of the postseason on Saturday. Edgewood 3-0, Glenwood 2-2 PHENIX CITY - Kelsey Hartley struck out five over eight innings in the opener for the Wildcats (19-16) on Monday, and she hit her 15th home run of the season. Katrina Harden added a solo shot, and Kailey Courson went 3-for-3. Prattville 16, Greenville 1 GREENVILLE - Alison Bloye, Mikayla Carruth and Kelby Hogan each hit two-run home runs for the Lions on Monday. Carruth and Hogan each had three RBIs, while Hayden Strickland got the win on the mound.
Winslow To Trim List in May
Justise Winslow, the #1 small forward in the nation for 2014, had to adjust his plans a bit due to a coaching change, but he'll trim down his list in May... Don't miss any news or features from ScoutHoops.com. Subscribe to our newsletter to have our newest articles emailed to you on a daily or weekly basis.
Tigers Pick Up Guard's Commitment On Visit
ShowMeMizzou.com reported on a couple of basketball prospects visiting this weekend.