Landon Knack was on a historic roll as the college baseball season was shut down.
As the sports world came screeching to a halt last week, coaches all over the country had to make the same speech to their players.
The East Tennessee State baseball team brought out the big sticks Sunday afternoon at Thomas Stadium.
East Tennessee State scored four runs in the fifth inning and Landon Knack reached double-digit strikeouts for the third time this season in the Bucs’ 9-3 non-conference baseball win over Georgia State on Saturday afternoon at Thomas Stadium.
What a response by the East Tennessee State baseball team!
East Tennessee State catcher Kyle Richardson knew the fastball was coming. He was literally waiting to knock it out of the park.
A day after a season-opening victory, East Tennessee State’s baseball team didn’t let up on Toledo.
Showing a Knack for strong pitching, East Tennessee State opened the baseball season in style.
Chilly weather fans: With temperatures just above freezing, the ETSU baseball team opened the season Friday afternoon at Thomas Stadium in front of loyal fans.
It’s the dawn of a new season when the East Tennessee State baseball team hosts Toledo on Friday, 2 p.m. at Thomas Stadium.
East Tennessee State baseball coach Joe Pennucci briefly summed up his goals as his team officially opened preseason practice on Friday.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — The bats were working for the East Tennessee State baseball team, but it still wasn’t enough.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Micah Kaczor did his part and so did the East Tennessee State bats.