• Hall, Terry Talk Summer Ball
    August 03, 2010
    Redshirt Junior Cory Hall, a right handed pitcher from Regina, Canada and junior Pat Terry, a catcher from Sammamish, Wash. are spending their summers in Wisconsin, playing for the Woodchucks in the Northwoods Summer League. They took some time out in between games to fill us in on their team, their host family and their takes on the state of Wisconsin.
  • Santa Clara Baseball Loses One of its Own: Jeff Healy ‘88
    July 27, 2010
    The Santa Clara University baseball family and the campus community was saddened to learn of the loss of Jeff Healy, AKA John Frederick Healy, who died unexpectedly in his sleep on Saturday, July 24, 2010.
  • Nine Broncos Named Among WCC’s Top Spring Student-Athletes
    July 02, 2010
    All-America scholar, baseball’s Curtis Wagner, earned his second consecutive WCC All-Academic team honor. Wagner made the list as a sophomore last season and was a unanimous choice as a junior in 2010.
  • Follow All Broncos Playing In MLB
    June 30, 2010
    You can follow all the SCU Broncos playing in MLB and for MLB affiliates here.
  • Nava Hits Slam on First Pitch He Sees in Majors
    June 12, 2010
    Mark O’Brien, the baseball coach at Santa Clara University, was only being polite when he invited Daniel Nava to come out for his team as a walk-on in the fall of 2001.
  • Rivers Taken By Royals, Fourth Bronco Drafted by MLB
    June 09, 2010
    Santa Clara University baseball senior pitcher Alex Rivers was selected by the Kansas City Royals Wednesday on Day Three of the 2010 MLB First Year Player Draft. Rivers was recently named Santa Clara's `Pitcher of the Year' after throwing four complete games and two shutouts in 2010.
  • Three SCU Broncos Claimed in MLB Draft Tuesday
    June 08, 2010
    Santa Clara University baseball standouts Tommy Medica, Geoff Klein and Nate Garcia were selected in the 2010 MLB First Year Player Draft this afternoon. Medica - a Collegiate Baseball All-American in 2010 - was the top Bronco selected, taken by the San Diego Padres in the 14th Round.
  • Santa Clara Bronco Tommy Medica Named All-American
    June 03, 2010
    Santa Clara University junior outfielder Tommy Medica was named a 2010 `Louisville Slugger' NCAA Division I All-American by Collegiate Baseball. Medica finished the year batting .386 with 13 homeruns and 21 doubles, firmly establishing himself as one of the most accomplished players in Santa Clara history.
  • Five Broncos Earn All-WCC Baseball Honors
    June 02, 2010
    Projected MLB Draft picks Tommy Medica and Geoff Klein were among five Santa Clara University baseball players to earn All-West Coast Conference honors, as announced Thursday by the league office. A .370 career hitter, Medica needed just three seasons to rank sixth all-time at SCU in hits (329)
  • Season Wrap With Santa Clara's Core Three
    June 01, 2010
    Tom Schreier talks baseball with college star's Nate Garcia, Geoff Klein and Tommy Medica. The players were told to meet with me at 11:45 a.m. for this interview outside of Stephen Schott Stadium, the ballpark they have called home for the last four years.
  • Medica, Broncos Win Season Finale, 22-13 Over LMU
    May 30, 2010
    Santa Clara scored early and often en route to defeating the Lions by a count of 22-13. In a game in which both teams seemingly did not want the 2010 season to end, Santa Clara (23-31, 8-13) defeated LMU (23-33, 5-16) by a count of 22-13 on Senior Day at LMU's Page Stadium.
  • Lions Even Series with Broncos, Winning 10-6
    May 29, 2010
    Loyola Marymount scored four runs in the eighth inning to insure a 10-6 victory over visiting Santa Clara Saturday at Page Stadium. Geoff Klein went 4-for-4 for Santa Clara and Ryan Rieger drove in three runs.
  • Seniors Lead Santa Clara Past LMU, 10-3
    May 28, 2010
    Nate Garcia threw a complete game six-hitter and Geoff Klein homered in Santa Clara's 10-3 win over Loyola Marymount Friday. Garcia - making his final start in a terrific four-year SCU career - fanned 10 and walked just one. Garcia (4-9) is vying to lead in the West Coast Conference in strikeouts for the second straight year.
  • No. 9 Cal State Fullerton Sweeps Santa Clara
    May 23, 2010
    Pat Stover hit a three-run homer in the second inning to put Santa Clara University in front early at No. 9 Cal State Fullerton, but the Titans came roaring back to score seven in the bottom of the inning en route to winning an 18-11 slugfest at Goodwin Field Sunday.
  • No. 9 Cal State Fullerton Edges Santa Clara 6-4
    May 22, 2010
    Alex Rivers pitched his fourth complete game of the year, limiting No. 9 Cal State Fullerton to one run over the final five innings but the Titans claimed their second-straight over visiting Santa Clara, edging the Broncos 6-4 Saturday night at Goodwin Field.
  • Slow Start Drops Santa Clara at UCD, 11-6
    May 19, 2010
    Santa Clara University's baseball team could not overcome a seven-run first inning by the UC Davis Aggies, losing 11-6 Wednesday night at Dobbins Stadium in Davis.
  • Santa Clara Baseball Hits Road for Final Seven Games
    May 17, 2010
    Santa Clara University's baseball team hits the road for its final seven games of 2010. The Broncos will play at UC Davis on Wednesday, May 19th before facing nationally-ranked Cal State Fullerton Friday through Sunday, May 21-23.
  • Santa Clara's Curtis Wagner Honored by ESPN/CoSIDA
    May 11, 2010
    Santa Clara University junior first baseman Curtis Wagner - the West Coast Conference batting leader (.404 BA) - was named to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII baseball team. Wagner has earned a 3.8 cumulative GPA studying in the Leavey School of Business, majoring in Economics.
  • Santa Clara-Stanford Baseball Game Washed Out
    May 10, 2010
    With rain in the forecast, the Santa Clara-Stanford baseball game on Monday has been postponed. No makeup game for the fourth game in series between county rivals has been set.
  • Bronco Seniors Make Most of Final Home Game, Drop Dons 12-6
    May 09, 2010
    Geoff Klein and Tommy Medica celebrated Senior Day by hitting homeruns to help Santa Clara University beat rival University of San Francisco 12-6 Sunday afternoon at Stephen Schott Stadium. Klein's opposite-field drive scored Medica in the sixth. Medica then added a three-run shot to seal the win during a five-run eighth. The two former WCC batting champs were playing their final home game at SCU.
  • USF Rolls Past Santa Clara at Schott Stadium
    May 07, 2010
    San Francisco collected 16 hits and cruised to a 13-5 series-opening win over Santa Clara Friday night at the Broncos' state-of-the-art on-campus facility Stephen Schott Stadium.
  • Santa Clara Blasts Pepperdine 16-7 Thursday
    May 06, 2010
    Santa Clara continued its winning ways, soundly beating Pepperdine 16-7 Thursday afternoon in a make up game dating back to a rain-out on Sunday, April 11. The Bronco offense plated runs in each of the first four innings then broke open a close game by scoring eight times in the eighth.
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