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Today on College Baseball insider, Phil Stanton has a Q&A with UMass baseball head coach, UMass football alum, Mike Stone talking about the Super Bowl and the upcoming season for the Minutemen.

Read: Super Bowl Nine Innings with UMass Coach Mike Stone

Gazette: Recaps Of Baseball's Wins Over VCU

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The Daily Hampshire Gazette had coverage of both of UMass baseball's wins over VCU this past weekend:

UMass baseball beats VCU on walk-off wild pitch in 10th

Weekend college recaps: UMass baseball coach Mike Stone gets 700th win

Collegian: UMass baseball prepares for Richmond

Tyler Fiedler of the Daily Collegian has a preview of UMass baseball's series at Richmond this weekend.

Collegian: UMass baseball eager to start season

Ross Gienieczko of the Daily Collegian has a preview of the baseball season as the Minutemen head to North Carolina this weekend to kick-off the year.

Daily Collegian Season Previews - Baseball

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The Daily Collegian's annual Baseball/Softball Preview issue hit newsstands on Monday and here are the baseball articles compiled by writers Chris Corso and Scott Cournoyer.

CBS 3's Ezra Broder recently interviewed UMass baseball head coach Mike Stone for a feature on the use of metal bats vs. wood bats.

Watch the piece here:

Daily Collegian Recap Of Beanpot Victory At Fenway

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With the opportunity to play in the illustrious Fenway Park, the Massachusetts baseball team elevated its game to finish off Northeastern in the heart of Boston Tuesday, as the Minutemen (13-21, 5-7 A-10) defeated Northeastern (12-25) 4-2 in the Beanpot consolation game.

UMass coach Mike Stone said after that game that while playing at Fenway "is a treat" for everyone involved, it's even more of a treat if the team plays well and gets victories.

UMass did just that, getting on the board early by plating Anthony Serino after Peter Copa reached base on a throwing error by the shortstop. The Minutemen further capitalized on the Terrier miscue with a two-out triple to right field by Kyle Multner. The triple plated Copa and Tom Conley, who reached on a single.

Read more of Eric Mansfield's Minutemen defeat Northeastern at Fenway Park