Minnesota State – 2010 Baseball Schedule

Minnesota State

Minnesota State has posted their schedule for the upcoming 2010 baseball season – Minnesota State 2010 Baseball Schedule

The Mavericks open their season on the road in Lakewood, CO against RMAC’s Colorado Christian – a team at the bottom of their Conference last year.  They then play a pair of non-conference doubleheaders at the Metrodome against Bemidji State before heading to Winter Haven, FL for the Russ Matt Tourney.  So far 5 teams from the Northern Sun Conference are playing in the Russ Matt.

In conference play the team avoids playing Winona State, Minnesota Crookston, Bemidji State and Augustana.  This team finished a close 2nd last season in the conference and advanced to the NCAA Regional.  They did lose some key contributors but once again had a solid recruiting class that should help assure that they will be competing for a top 3 position this year.



4 Responses to “Minnesota State – 2010 Baseball Schedule”

  1. 1 John Plasha October 21, 2009 at 8:30 am

    Good for Minn. State on going to The Russ Matt Invite. From what I hear it’s a first rate Tourney. I only wish Wayne State were going so I could tag along and watch.

  2. 2 cu17dad October 21, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    CU schedule should be out soon. Looks like a short winter until the games begin.

  3. 3 IMAFAN October 21, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    Yikes. It looks like they are going to start out with some cupcakes?! Christian – Bemidgi – Quincy – Northern State????
    Look at Winona’s Schedule compared to this. UNO – (beat some highly ranked schools in tough South Central region – going to get the MN Metro player of the year 06 Jed Hanson via U of N) Central MO (13th in final NCBWA) Wayne State (no slouch -(Kidding)8th in final poll) Lynn U (national champs) FL Southern (22nd in Poll)
    Looks like strength of schedule should play a big roll in rankings!!

    • 4 fishingmn October 23, 2009 at 7:50 am

      Imafan – as I wrote in my posting on the Winona schedule – they definitely have a tough non-conference schedule but they also have a really light conference schedule. I would expect Winona to be a shoe-in for the NSIC tourney. They should have a good team.

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