Throughout the fall and start of winter, New England Baseball Journal tackled the task of giving a “State of the Program” report on each of the 19 Division 1 programs in New England.
In these features, we attempted to report on any trends in each program, highlight key players, share coaching philosophies, and forecast where each program is headed in 2020.
Through our reporting, we broke news on key injuries, recruiting commitments and coaching changes, and we gave readers an in-depth look at how some of the top prospects for the 2020 MLB Draft fit in with their respective teams.
Here is a complete list of each of the 19 previews for New England’s Division 1 programs.
NEBJ’S FALL REPORT SERIES
> Oct. 22: Merrimack jumps to Division 1, new turf field
> Oct. 24: Maine trying to build on MLB draft momentum
> Oct. 29: After tourney run, CCSU’s lineup loaded with experience
> Oct. 31: Holy Cross counting on Austin Masel, newcomers
> Nov. 5: Trio of sophomore could spark Boston College surge
> Nov. 7: Harvard wants to keep building on Ivy title defense
> Nov. 12: Strong freshman class raises Northeastern hopes
> Dec. 2: Bryant has been model of success in Northeast Conference
> Dec. 5: Lomuscio, freshman class have Brown pointed in right direction
> Dec. 10: Fairfield looking to follow up historic season with ultimate prize
> Dec. 12: UMass to focus on details with large freshman class
> Dec. 17: Dartmouth roster infused with fresh faces under veteran skipper
> Dec. 19: Rhode Island has marquee talent all over roster
> Dec. 26: UMass Lowell hoping to receive boost from large freshman class
> Jan. 1: Hartford looking to get back to 2018 form in 2020
> Jan. 3: Defending MAAC champion Quinnipiac has sights on repeat bid
> Jan. 9: Sacred Heart hoping clean bill of health leads to more wins
> Jan. 13: Yale hopes to receive boost from some unfamiliar faces
> Jan. 16: UConn has plenty of holes to fill from loaded 2019 roster