Minnesota Crookston – 2010 Baseball Schedule

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The University of Minnesota Crookston has posted their baseball schedule for the upcoming 2010 season – Minnesota Crookston 2010 Schedule

The Golden Eagles kick off their season with 6 winnable games at the Metrodome.  Bemidji State should be favored but games against the leagues last place team, Northern State, and D3’s UW-Stout should be match-ups they can win.  Like every other Northern Sun Conference team that has announced their schedule, Crookston is heading to Winter Haven, FL for the Russ Matt Tournament in March.  As a side note, the season opening games on February 5th at the Metrodome are also scheduled games for Southwest Minnesota State against Minnesota Duluth so there’s a chance to see 4 NSIC teams play that day (although there seems to be a time issue as SWMS lists a DH starting at noon and UMC lists a DH starting a 2pm – something’s messed up).

It’s interesting that they went ahead and scheduled their first Conference games at the Metrodome against St. Cloud State.  Those will be considered home games.  Crookston’s 4 Conference foes that they don’t play are Bemidji State, Northern State, Augustana and Minnesota State.  It’s a tough schedule as they don’t get to play the 11th & 13th place teams in last year’s standings.  They do sprinkle in a few more winnable non-Conference games during the Conference schedule against Valley City, Mayville State, Concordia-Moorhead, Jamestown and another Bemidji State matchup.  All of those extra games may prove taxing on the pitching and grades.

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1 Response to “Minnesota Crookston – 2010 Baseball Schedule”


  1. 1 John Plasha Sr. October 24, 2009 at 7:59 pm

    You guys are killing me. Yet another team going to The Russ Matt Tournament in FLA. Good for you Minn. Crookston, I’m sure you’ll enjoy. If you look up the tourney on line you can see the new $10 Mil. complex. Last year over 200 teams particapated over a 6 week period. (Mid Feb to 1st week in April) I’ll bet money just about any college ball player would trade his favorite bat just to get a chance to play there.


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