Thank You D2 College Baseball Fans!


I started the Northern Sun Baseball Blog to track Division 2 college baseball and the Northern Sun Conference on January 31st of this year. 

This graph shows the growth in visits from that first day (3 people on day 1) until now.  As you can see, the growth has been quite steady – as the season has heated up so has the audience. 

In fact, yesterday saw the 10,000th visit to Northern Sun Baseball.

Thanks for stopping by!!

4 Responses to “Thank You D2 College Baseball Fans!”

  1. 1 Wow April 1, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    Thank you for all your hard work. I enjoy your info very much and check daily. Keep up the very good work.

  2. 2 SCSU April 1, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    Thanks for all the updates! Good stuff, really generating some more interest in what the league has to offer…With that being said…

    Found this for D2 Strength of Schedule rankings thus far…for some reason Concordia, SWMS and Northern weren’t on here

    79. Bemidji State
    86. Winona State
    90. Upper Iowa
    109. MSU
    111. UMD
    117. Augie
    118. Wayne
    133. UMC
    147. Mary
    154. SCSU

  3. 3 fishingmn April 2, 2009 at 4:52 am

    Thanks SCSU – might fuel the fire for those who say the Huskies schedule is light. I gotta think SMSU’s would be even worse and Concordia’s probably is low too.

    Funny thing about you digging this data up is that I had actually communicated with Boyd in February and he said he wasn’t going to publish D2 data (he’s got a ton of D1 stuff). Glad to see he changed his mind – I’ll have to check back there more often.

  4. 4 Peacock April 7, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    Interesting stuff!

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