CHELSEA STOVERCreighton baseball head coach Ed Servais stands quietly at the back of the baseball diamond watching over the practice. He analyzes each player as they take their batting practice and field grounders. He watches carefully to determine which players have put in the work.What he …
Despite repeatedly producing good sea- sons and finding success both in and out of conference player.Creighton baseball has struggled to make things happen in the postseason. The history of this Jays team and postseason results over the past several seasons has been complicated.Creighton fin…
The Bluejays defeated a tough Jacksonville squad 21 on Sunday to seal the series against the Dolphins. Creighton is now 186 on the season. They have been dominate at home posting a 121 record at TD Ameritrade Ballpark, but the Jays struggle on the road as they are 65 in games away from T…
Chad Spanberger finished 3 for 3 with a home run, a double and tied a career-high with four RBIs to lead Arkansas to a 6-2 victory over Creighton on Tuesday night at Baum Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Senior outfielder Brett Murray’s RBI-single to right field helped Creighton walk-off with a victory and defeat Nebraska for the first time in its past eight tries.
The Creighton bullpen allowed only two runs in 13 2/3 innings of work but did not preserve or earn a victory as Fresno State swept the Bluejays to open the 2016 season.
Nebraska finished off the season sweep of Creighton at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Tuesday night. Creighton led for most of the game, fell behind then tired to stage a rally in the ninth, but fell short to the Huskers 7-6.
The Bluejays split their past four games, while junior third baseman Harrison Crawford and freshman pitcher Rollie Lacy earned conference recognition.
While standing with his feet shoulder width apart, his heels barely making contact with the white rubber at the peak of the dirt mound and his right hand gripped on the ball and rested softly in the glove on his left, the pitcher stares toward home plate while he waits patiently to receive t…
A full-count walk by sophomore outfielder Kevin Connolly loaded the bases for the Bluejays in the bottom of the seventh inning and spelled the end of Trent Astle’s start.
The Bluejays begin an eight-game home stand on Friday against Xavier. Creighton plays its 100th game at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Following a shaky start to open the 2015 season, the Creighton baseball team is hitting its stride at the right time and looks poised to defend its Big East regular-season championship.
The Creighton baseball team picked up its seventh straight win with its best offensive performance of the season on a windy Sunday afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park.
A lot of casual baseball fans may think winning comes down to home runs and scoring, but those fans are unaware of the philosophy of the winningest coach in Creighton baseball history.
Creighton sophomore outfielder Kevin Connolly helped the Bluejays finish off its time five-game home stand with a 4-2 win against South Dakota State on Tuesday.
The Creighton baseball team used a seven-run second inning to pull away from the Utah Valley Wolverines and pick up its ninth victory of the season on Sunday.
The Creighton baseball team put together some late-inning heroics to take the first game of a doubleheader that it split with the Northwestern State Demons on Friday before inclement weather cut the weekend short.
After taking home the school’s first Big East regular-season title in 2014, the Creighton baseball team looks to repeat its success in 2015 and has a new and bigger goal: the highly- coveted Big East Tournament Championship.
After helping his team take home the regular-season crown in its first season in the Big East, junior first baseman Reagan Fowler earned Big East Preseason Player of the Year honors for the 2015 season.
The Creighton baseball team was left with a sour taste in its mouth after last year’s season that ended unexpectedly, but the Jays have no time to feel sorry this off-season as they anticipate a tough schedule for 2015.