Misfortune plagued the beginning of the Pioneer baseball season, leading to a disappointing start.
The warming weather is a sign that baseball is just around the corner, and this is true for the Carroll University baseball team which is set to begin play March 6 in Ft. Meyers, Fla.
Summer baseball won’t be coming to Waukesha this season, but that doesn’t mean the Northwoods League has left town. The summer collegiate baseball league, who was forced to postpone plans for a team housed in Frame Park, has assumed field maintenance duties as a sign of good faith, according to the Waukesha Freeman.
An overall status of eight wins and seventeen losses have the Carroll University baseball team rethinking ways to improve the remaining season.
Even with an impressive start to the season, Carroll University baseball Head Coach Jason Kosanke sees room for improvement, whether it is on the base paths or in the field.
Carroll University’s baseball team finished with a 6-2 record during their March 6-14 annual tournament trip to Fort Myers, Fla., the best record for Carroll’s Florida trip in at least 10 years.