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2023 McNeese Cowboys baseball team

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2023 McNeese Cowboys baseball
McNeese Athletics logo.svg
ConferenceSouthland Conference
Record0–0 (0–0 Southland)
Head coach
Assistant coaches
  • Nick Zaleski
  • Jim Ricklefsen
Home stadiumJoe Miller Ballpark
Seasons
← 2022
2024 →

The 2023 McNeese Cowboys baseball team will represent McNeese State University during the 2023 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Cowboys play their home games at Joe Miller Ballpark and are led by tenth–year head coach Justin Hill. They are members of the Southland Conference.


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McNeese State University

McNeese State University

McNeese State University is a public university in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Founded in 1939 as Lake Charles Junior College, it was renamed McNeese Junior College after John McNeese, an early local educator. The present name was adopted in 1970. McNeese is part of the University of Louisiana System and is classified as a Master's University. The selective admissions university consists of six colleges and the Doré School of Graduate Studies. McNeese is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and all programs of study are accredited by their respective national boards.

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.

Joe Miller Ballpark

Joe Miller Ballpark

Joe Miller Ballpark is a baseball venue in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States. It is home to the McNeese State Cowboys baseball team of the NCAA Division I Southland Conference. Opened in 1965, the venue has a capacity of 2,000 spectators. Its record attendance came one May 2, 2000, when 2,191 spectators saw McNeese State defeat LSU 4–3 in 11 innings. The facility was renovated in 2005, 2007, and 2008. Not to be confused with Joe Miller Field, which is McNeese's softball venue.

Justin Hill (baseball)

Justin Hill (baseball)

Justin Hill is an American baseball coach and former player, who is the current head baseball coach of the McNeese Cowboys. He was named to that position prior to the 2014 season.

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.

Schedule and results

Legend
  McNeese State win
  McNeese State loss
  Postponement/Cancelation/Suspensions
Bold McNeese State team member
* Non-Conference game
Make-Up Game
2023 McNeese Cowboys 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 Creighton* Joe Miller BallparkLake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Feb. 18 Creighton* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Feb. 19 Creighton* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Feb. 21 at Sam Houston* Don Sanders StadiumHuntsville, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 24 at UT Arlington* Clay Gould BallparkArlington, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 25 at UT Arlington* Clay Gould Ballpark • Arlington, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 26 at UT Arlington* Clay Gould Ballpark • Arlington, TX (–) (–)
Feb. 28 Louisiana* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
March (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/Stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall Record SLC Record
Mar. 1 at Southern* Lee–Hines FieldBaton Rouge, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 3 George Washington* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 4 George Washington* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 5 George Washington* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 8 at Louisiana* M. L. Tigue Moore Field at Russo ParkLafayette, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 10 Prairie View A&M* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 11 Prairie View A&M* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 12 Prairie View A&M* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 14 Mississippi Valley State* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 17 Yale* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 18 Yale* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 19 Yale* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 21 Houston* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 24 Nicholls Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 25 Nicholls Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 26 Nicholls Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 28 Southern* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Mar. 31 at Houston Christian Husky FieldHouston, TX (–) (–)
April (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/Stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall Record SLC Record
Apr. 1 at Houston Christian Husky Field • Houston, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 2 at Houston Christian Husky Field • Houston, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 6 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 7 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 8 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 11 Louisiana Christian* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 12 at Rice* Reckling Park • Houston, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 14 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni FieldHammond, LA (–) (–) ESPN+
Apr. 15 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field • Hammond, LA (–) (–) ESPN+
Apr. 16 at Southeastern Louisiana Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field • Hammond, LA (–) (–) ESPN+
Apr. 19 Houston Christian* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 21 New Orleans Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 22 New Orleans Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 23 New Orleans Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Apr. 28 at Incarnate Word Sullivan FieldSan Antonio, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 29 at Incarnate Word Sullivan Field • San Antonio, TX (–) (–)
Apr. 30 at Incarnate Word Sullivan Field • San Antonio, TX (–) (–)
May (0–0)
Date Opponent Rank Site/Stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall Record SLC Record
Battle of the Border
May 5 Lamar Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 6 Lamar Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 7 Lamar Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 9 Nicholls* Ben Meyer Diamond at Ray E. Didier Field • Thibodaux, LA (–) (–)
May 12 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud FieldNatchitoches, LA (–) (–)
May 13 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud Field • Natchitoches, LA (–) (–)
May 14 at Northwestern State H. Alvin Brown–C. C. Stroud Field • Natchitoches, LA (–) (–)
May 16 at LSU* Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field • Baton Rouge, LA (–) (–)
May 17 Miami of Ohio* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 18 Miami of Ohio* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
May 19 Miami of Ohio* Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–)
Post-Season (0–0)
Southland Tournament (0–0)
Date Opponent (Seed)/Rank Site/Stadium Score Win Loss Save TV Attendance Overall Record Tournament Record
May 24–27 vs. TBA Joe Miller Ballpark • Lake Charles, LA (–) (–) ESPN+
Schedule Source:[2][3][4]

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Joe Miller Ballpark

Joe Miller Ballpark

Joe Miller Ballpark is a baseball venue in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States. It is home to the McNeese State Cowboys baseball team of the NCAA Division I Southland Conference. Opened in 1965, the venue has a capacity of 2,000 spectators. Its record attendance came one May 2, 2000, when 2,191 spectators saw McNeese State defeat LSU 4–3 in 11 innings. The facility was renovated in 2005, 2007, and 2008. Not to be confused with Joe Miller Field, which is McNeese's softball venue.

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Don Sanders Stadium

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Clay Gould Ballpark

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Lee–Hines Field

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M. L. Tigue Moore Field at Russo Park

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Source: "2023 McNeese Cowboys baseball team", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 29th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_McNeese_Cowboys_baseball_team.

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References
  1. ^ "2023 Southland Conference Baseball Standings". southland.org. Retrieved November 30, 2022.
  2. ^ "2023 Baseball Schedule Released". McNeese State University Athletics. Retrieved January 16, 2023.
  3. ^ "2023 Baseball Schedule". McNeese State University Athletics. Retrieved January 16, 2023.
  4. ^ Matthew Bonnette (December 6, 2022). "McNeese announces 2023 baseball schedule". Crescent City Sports Enterprises LLC. Retrieved January 16, 2023.

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