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Three Commodore coaches reflect on winning national titles

Nov. 26, 2018—What does it take to win a national championship? Three head coaches at Vanderbilt—Bowling's John Williamson, Baseball's Tim Corbin and Women's Tennis' Geoff Macdonald—can answer that question from firsthand experience.

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Milestone Victory: Tim Corbin becomes baseball program’s all-time winningest coach

Jun. 8, 2018—Head Baseball Coach Tim Corbin became the program’s all-time winningest coach March 4 when the ’Dores defeated Houston 9–4.

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Heavy Hitters: Baseball program ranked No. 2 nationally

Feb. 26, 2018—D1Baseball.com has named Vanderbilt the No. 2 college baseball program in the country, behind fellow SEC East rival Florida, in its biannual top-100 rankings.

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Batter Up: Vanderbilt unveils $12 million baseball facility

Nov. 21, 2017—The Commodores unveiled a new $12 million, 30,000-square-foot baseball facility—fully funded by donors—in October, ahead of the team’s annual Black and Gold Series, a best-of-three intersquad matchup that showcases the team’s talent and gives them some on-field experience.

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Baseball wins fourth regional championship in five seasons

Jun. 6, 2017—Stellar work by Matt Ruppenthal and Will Toffey led Vanderbilt Baseball to shut out No. 21 Clemson 8-0 and claim the Clemson Regional on June 5 at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

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The House That ‘Corbs’ Built: Former Vanderbilt Players Help Fund New Baseball Facilities to Honor Coach Tim Corbin

Apr. 7, 2017—If you want to get a handle on the game of baseball, a good place to start is with the ball itself, specifically the seams that tie it all together. The 108 red stitches—used by pitchers to alter the trajectory of throws, depending on subtle changes in their grip—are the threads that have bound the...

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Heavy Mettle: Editor’s Letter, Winter 2017

Mar. 7, 2017—Our fair institution has always prided itself on academic rigor, deservedly so. And while the battle wounds inflicted on me by a well-armed set of microeconomic curves 20 years ago haven’t fully healed, more and more I appreciate the demands that were placed on us at Vanderbilt.

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The House That ‘Corbs’ Built: Former Vanderbilt Players Help Fund New Baseball Facilities to Honor Coach Tim Corbin

Mar. 7, 2017—To show their appreciation for Head Coach Tim Corbin and their confidence in the continued success of the Vanderbilt Baseball program, many of his former players—an impressive 60 percent of them, in fact—as well as a number of other donors, recently contributed to a $12 million fundraising effort to support the construction of new baseball facilities at the university.

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MEDIA ADVISORY: David Price to announce major gift at Vanderbilt baseball facility Nov. 18

Nov. 14, 2016—Boston Red Sox pitcher and former Vanderbilt University student-athlete David Price will join Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos, Athletics Director and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs David Williams and Coach Tim Corbin Friday, Nov. 18 at 1:30 p.m. to announce a significant gift to the Vanderbilt Baseball Facilities project.

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Fallen Star: Vanderbilt Mourns the Loss of First-Year Pitcher Donny Everett

Aug. 10, 2016—By the end of his first year, Donny Everett—Vanderbilt’s hard-throwing, right-handed pitcher—had already become one of the most beloved student-athletes on campus. Then, in early June, on the eve of the NCAA Regional tournament played on campus at Hawkins Field, the unthinkable happened. The Clarksville, Tennessee, native drowned at Normandy Lake, about 70 miles southeast of Nashville.

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‘Investing in Our Home’

Aug. 10, 2016—Last spring Carter Hawkins, BS’07, learned about Vanderbilt’s plans to upgrade its baseball facilities. He was among the first former student-athletes to contribute, pledging a leadership-level gift to the $10 million project that will renovate and enhance training areas in Memorial Gym and build out new operations and team spaces for students and coaches.

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Big Man on Campus: Coleman ‘Always in The Middle of the Big Moments’

May. 12, 2016—Three years ago Ro Coleman made the unlikely journey from inner-city Chicago to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt on a baseball scholarship.

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