We wrap up our coverage of the 2015 college baseball season by looking ahead at some of the teams that will be in the College World Series hunt in 2016, including J.J. Schwarz and the Gators. read
Three members of Virginia's College World Series Championship team – Matt Thaiss (p), Ernie Clement and Jack Gerstenmaier – became the first PGCBL alumni to claim the CWS trophy.
Louisville two-way standout Brendan McKay has been named Perfect Game's 2015 College Freshman of the Year as we also unveil our Freshman All-American Team in a year full of first-year talents.
Perfect Game has announced the First, Second and Third All-America teams from the 2015 college baseball season, which includes the dominant performance of Pitcher of the Year Carson Fulmer.
Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson is Perfect Game's 2015 Player of the Year after guiding the Commodores to Omaha. We also unveil the Pitcher, Freshman and Coach of the 2015 season.
The Collegiate National Team continues to send one big arm after another out to the mound, including Florida lefthander A.J. Puk. Read about the TUSA participants in the scout blogs.
Read the PG scout blogs for detailed notes from the Tournament of Stars and Collegiate National Team action, as Missouri RHP Tanner Houck stood out on Friday with low- to mid-90s heat.
The Adirondack Trail Blazers are enjoying their third season in the Perfect Game College Baseball League led by the performances of players such as Chris Kwitzer, one of the league's top hitters.
Although they opened the year as the No. 2 team in the nation, Virginia put together an improbable run to the 2015 College World Series Championship, finishing the year on top.