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2023 Lamar Cardinals baseball team

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2023 Lamar Cardinals baseball
Lamar Cardinals wordmark.svg
ConferenceSouthland Conference
Record0–0 (0–0 SLC)
Head coach
Assistant coaches
  • Scott Hatten
  • Sean Snedeker
  • Tod McDowell
Home stadiumVincent–Beck Stadium
Seasons
← 2022
2024 →


The 2023 Lamar Cardinals baseball team will represent Lamar University during the 2023 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Cardinals play their home games at Vincent–Beck Stadium and are led by seventh–year head coach Will Davis. They return as members of the Southland Conference following one year as members of the Western Athletic Conference.

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Lamar University

Lamar University

Lamar University is a public university in Beaumont, Texas. Lamar has been a member of the Texas State University System since 1995. It was the flagship institution of the former Lamar University System. As of the fall of 2021, the university enrollment was 16,191 students. Lamar University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The university is named for Mirabeau B. Lamar, the second president of the Republic of Texas.

2023 NCAA Division I baseball season

2023 NCAA Division I baseball season

The 2023 NCAA Division I baseball season, play of college baseball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level, begins on February 17, 2023. The season will progress through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and conclude with the 2023 NCAA Division I baseball tournament and 2023 Men's College World Series. The Men's College World Series, consisting of the eight remaining teams in the NCAA tournament and held annually in Omaha, Nebraska, at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, will end in June 2023.

Vincent–Beck Stadium

Vincent–Beck Stadium

Vincent–Beck Stadium is a ballpark located in Beaumont, Texas, on Jim Gilligan Way on the campus of Lamar University. The stadium was built in 1969 and has a current capacity of 3,500 spectators. It is the home stadium of the Lamar Cardinals baseball team. It was also home to the Beaumont Golden Gators, a minor league Double-A Texas League affiliate of the San Diego Padres (1983–1986) as well as the Beaumont Bullfrogs of the Central Baseball League (1994). The facility is named after former Major League Baseball coach Al Vincent and Bryan Beck, a former member of the Lamar University board of regents.

Will Davis (baseball)

Will Davis (baseball)

William Randall Davis Jr. is an American college baseball coach and former catcher. Davis is the head coach of the Lamar Cardinals baseball team. Davis is the son of former college baseball coach Randy Davis who was an assistant coach at UL-Monroe, LSU, and South Carolina and the head coach at Louisiana Tech. The elder Davis died in February 2022. Will Davis is married to the former Danielle Hall of Bogalusa, Louisiana. She is a former cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints. The couple have three children Everly (2016), Coco (2020), and Crash (2022).

Southland Conference

Southland Conference

The Southland Conference, abbreviated as SLC, is a collegiate athletic conference which operates in the South Central United States. It participates in the NCAA's Division I for all sports; for football, it participates in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). The Southland sponsors 18 sports, 10 for women and eight for men, and is governed by a presidential Board of Directors and an Advisory Council of athletic and academic administrators. Chris Grant became the Southland's seventh commissioner on April 5, 2022. From 1996 to 2002, for football only, the Southland Conference was known as the Southland Football League.

Western Athletic Conference

Western Athletic Conference

The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) is an NCAA Division I conference. The WAC covers a broad expanse of the western United States with member institutions located in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, and Texas.

Previous season

The Cardinals had a regular season record of 37–21 and a conference record of 20–10 finishing in second place in the WAC Southwest division, one game behind division winner Sam Houston. They participated in the 2022 Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament as the second seeded team from the Southwest Division. After winning their first conference tournament game against Seattle, the Cardinals' season ended after losing to West Division first seed Grand Canyon and Southwest Division fourth seed Abilene Christian.

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2022 Lamar Cardinals baseball team

2022 Lamar Cardinals baseball team

The 2022 Lamar Cardinals baseball team represented Lamar University during the 2022 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Cardinals played their home games at Vincent–Beck Stadium and were led by sixth–year head coach Will Davis. They were members of the Western Athletic Conference. This was Lamar's first year in the WAC. The Cardinals had a regular season record of 37–21 and a conference record of 20–10 finishing in second place in the WAC Southwest division, one game behind division winner Sam Houston. They participated in the 2022 Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament as the second seeded team from the Southwest Division. After winning their first conference tournament game against Seattle, the Cardinals' season ended after losing to West Division first seed Grand Canyon and Southwest Division fourth seed Abilene Christian.

Sam Houston State Bearkats baseball

Sam Houston State Bearkats baseball

The Sam Houston State Bearkats baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, United States. The team is a member of the Western Athletic Conference, an athletic conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The team plays its home games at Don Sanders Stadium.

2022 Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament

2022 Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament

The 2022 Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament will take place beginning on May 25 and ending on May 28. The top four regular season finishers of the league's two divisions will meet in the double-elimination tournament to be held at Hohokam Stadium, spring training home of the Oakland Athletics in Mesa, Arizona. California Baptist, Dixie State, and Tarleton State are ineligible for the postseason as both programs are still in the transition to Division I. The winner will earn the Western Athletic Conference's automatic bid to the 2022 NCAA Division I baseball tournament.

Grand Canyon Antelopes baseball

Grand Canyon Antelopes baseball

The Grand Canyon Antelopes baseball team represents Grand Canyon University, which is located in Phoenix, Arizona. The Antelopes, also known as the Lopes, are an NCAA Division I college baseball program that competes in the Western Athletic Conference. They competed in Division I from 1991 to 1998, the final four seasons with the Western Athletic Conference, and returned in 2014 with the WAC.

Abilene Christian Wildcats baseball

Abilene Christian Wildcats baseball

The Abilene Christian Wildcats baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas, United States. The team is a member of the Western Athletic Conference, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. The team plays its home games at Crutcher Scott Field in Abilene, Texas. The Wildcats are currently coached by Rick McCarty.

Schedule and results

Legend
  Lamar win
  Lamar loss
  Postponement/Cancelation/Suspensions
Bold Lamar team member
* Non-Conference game
Make-Up Game
2023 Lamar Cardinals Baseball Game Log
Regular Season (0–0)
February (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall record SLC Record
Feb. 17 Oakland* Vincent–Beck StadiumBeaumont, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 18 Oakland* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 19 Oakland* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 21 at Texas A&M* Blue Bell ParkCollege Station, TX (–) (–)
Sugar Land Tournament
Feb. 24 vs. New Mexico State* Constellation FieldSugar Land, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 25 vs. Stephen F. Austin* Constellation Field • Sugar Land, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 26 vs. Houston Christian* Constellation Field • Sugar Land, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 28 Alcorn State* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
March (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall record SLC Record
Mar. 3 Penn* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 4 Penn* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 5 Penn* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 8 at LSU* Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman FieldBaton Rouge, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 10 UC Riverside* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 11 UC Riverside* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 12 UC Riverside* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 15 at Missouri* Taylor StadiumColumbia, MO (–) (–)
Mar. 17 at Saint Louis* Billiken Sports CenterSt. Louis, MO (–) (–)
Mar. 18 at Saint Louis* Billiken Sports Center • St. Louis, MO (–) (–)
Mar. 19 at Saint Louis* Billiken Sports Center • St. Louis, MO (–) (–)
Mar. 21 Texas Southern* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 24 New Orleans Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 25 New Orleans Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 26 New Orleans Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 28 Rice* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Mar. 31 Nicholls Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
April (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall record SLC Record
Apr. 1 Nicholls Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 2 Nicholls Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 4 at UT Arlington* Clay Gould BallparkArlington, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 6 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud FieldNatchitoches, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 7 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud Field • Natchitoches, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 8 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud Field • Natchitoches, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 11 at Rice* Reckling ParkHouston, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 14 at Incarnate Word Sullivan FieldSan Antonio, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 15 at Incarnate Word Sullivan Field • San Antonio, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 16 at Incarnate Word Sullivan Field • San Antonio, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 18 at TCU* Lupton StadiumFort Worth, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 21 at Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Chapman FieldCorpus Christi, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 22 at Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Chapman Field • Corpus Christi, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 23 at Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Chapman Field • Corpus Christi, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 25 at Houston* Schroeder Park • Houston, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 28 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni FieldHammond, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 29 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field • Hammond, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 30 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field • Hammond, LA (–) (–)
May (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall record SLC Record
May 2 Prairie View A&M* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Battle of the Border
May 5 at McNeese Joe Miller BallparkLake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 6 at McNeese Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 7 at McNeese Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 10 at Baylor* Baylor BallparkWaco, TX (–) (–)
May 12 at Stephen F. Austin* Jaycees FieldNacogdoches, TX (–) (–)
May 13 at Stephen F. Austin* Jaycees Field • Nacogdoches, TX (–) (–)
May 14 at Stephen F. Austin* Jaycees Field • Nacogdoches, TX (–) (–)
May 16 Texas–Rio Grande Valley* Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
May 18 Houston Christian Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
May 19 Houston Christian Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
May 20 Houston Christian Vincent–Beck Stadium • Beaumont, TX (–) (–)
Postseason
Southland Conference Tournament
Date Opponent Site/stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall record Tournament Record
May 24–27 vs TBA Joe Miller Ballpark
Lake Charles, LA
(–) (–)
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Canceled
Bold = Lamar team member
Rankings are based on the team's current ranking in the D1Baseball poll.

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References
  1. ^ "2023 Southland Conference Baseball Standings". southland.org. Retrieved November 30, 2022.
  2. ^ "DIBASEBALL.COM TOP 25". NCAA.com. Retrieved January 17, 2023.
  3. ^ "2023 Baseball Schedule". Lamar University Athletics. Retrieved January 17, 2023.
  4. ^ James Dixon (November 8, 2022). "Baseball Releases 2023 Slate". Lamar University Athletics. Retrieved January 17, 2023.
  5. ^ "2023 Southland Baseball schedule announced". Southland Conference. October 14, 2022. Retrieved January 17, 2023.

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