Baseball’s Historic Season Comes to an End in MEAC Tournament vs. Bethune-Cookman

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Coppin State baseball's historic season came to a heartbreaking end with an 8-3 10-inning loss to Bethune-Cookman in the Semifinals of the MEAC Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Sliwa Stadium.  The North Division Champion Eagles matched a program-record with a 21-23-1 overall mark to go with an 18-4 record in MEAC play which far surpassed their previous high of 13 conference wins.

Big Fifth Inning Propels North Carolina A&T Past Baseball in Battle of MEAC Division Winners

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A pair of throwing errors helped lead to a seven-run fifth inning for North Carolina A&T who defeated Coppin State, 15-7, on Friday night in the MEAC Baseball Tournament at Sliwa Stadium.  The North Division Champion Eagles will take on the winner of the Bethune-Cookman/Florida A&M matchup on Saturday, May 19 which takes place at 9:00 am.

Baseball Takes a Bite Out of Florida A&M in MEAC Tournament; Matches Program-Record for Wins

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After several weather delays pushed the start time seven hours back, the Coppin State baseball team defeated Florida A&M, 5-3, on Thursday night in the MEAC Tournament hosted at Sliwa Stadium.  The victory improves the Eagles to 21-21-1 on the season which matches a program-record for victories in a season.

Amoah, Lewis, 4x100m Relay Set to Compete at NCAA East Regionals

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Coppin State's Joseph Amoah and Aaron Lewis qualified for the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Championships in their individual events to be held in Tampa, Fla., on May 24-26.  Amoah will compete in both the 100m and 200m Dash while Lewis qualified in the 110m hurdles.  Additionally, the 4x100m Relay team will also compete.

Lohr, Reed Headline Baseball’s All-MEAC Selections

NORFOLK, Va. – Coppin State's Derek Lohr was named the MEAC Baseball Rookie of the Year while head coach Sherman Reed received Coach of the Year honors, it was announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon.  Lohr is the first Eagle to be named the conference Rookie of the Year since 1995 when Travis Thornton received the recognition while Reed's honor is the first for a Coppin head coach since Guy Robertson in 2005.