Your NCAA Baseball Super Regional Announcing Schedule

Wednesday, June 03, 2009


Has anyone out there been wondering what happened to once All Star third baseman, Morgan Ensberg? Well, he's working for ESPN now of course! Morgan, Robin Ventura, Jim Bowden and THE Pam Ward, will be on ESPN's coverage of the NCAA Super Regionals this weekend, and here is your schedule! (If you see games at the same time, it's because ESPN will be doing a "whip around" during those contests)....

Friday, June 5th

Arkansas vs. Florida State, Game 1 (ESPN, Noon)- Mike Gleason and Mike Rooney
Virginia vs. Mississippi, Game 1 (ESPN2, 2pm)- Dan McLaughlin and Jim Bowden
Rice vs. LSU, Game 1 (ESPN, 7pm)- Clay Matvick and Kyle Peterson
Louisville vs. Cal State Fullerton, Game 1 (ESPN2, 10:30pm)- Justin Kutcher and Robin Ventura

Saturday, June 6th

East Carolina vs. North Carolina, Game 1 (ESPNU, Noon)- Pam Ward and Keith Moreland
Florida State vs. Arkansas, Game 2 (ESPN2, Noon)- Mike Gleason and Mike Rooney
Mississippi vs. Virginia, Game (ESPN2, Noon)- Dan McLaughlin and Jim Bowden
Southern Mississippi vs. Florida, Game 1 (ESPNU, 3pm)- Bob Wischusen and Brian Jordan
LSU vs. Rice, Game 2 (ESPN, 5pm)- Clay Matvick and Kyle Peterso
Cal State Fullerton vs. Louisville, Game 2 (ESPN, 5pm)- Justin Kutcher and Robin Ventura
TCU vs. Texas, Game 1 (ESPNU, 6pm)- Dave Ryan and Eric Young
Clemson vs. Arizona State, Game 1 (ESPNU, 9pm)- Eric Collins vs. Morgan Ensberg

Sunday, June 7th

North Carolina vs. East Carolina, Game 2 (ESPN, Noon)- Pam Ward and Keith Moreland
Arkansas vs. Florida State, Game 3 (ESPNU, Noon)- Mike Gleason and Mike Rooney
Texas vs. TCU, Game 2 (ESPN, 3pm)- Dave Ryan and Eric Young
Virginia vs. Mississippi, Game 3 (ESPNU, 3pm)- Dan McLaughlin and Jim Bowden
Florida vs. Southern Mississippi, Game 2 (ESPN2, 7pm)- Bob Wischusen and Brian Jordan
Rice vs. LSU, Game 3 (ESPNU, 7pm)- Clay Matvick and Kyle Peterson
Arizona State vs. Clemson, Game 2 (ESPN2, 10pm)- Eric Collins vs. Morgan Ensberg
Louisville vs. Cal State Fullerton, Game 3 (ESPNU, 10pm)- Justin Kutcher and Robin Ventura

Monday, June 8th

East Carolina vs. North Carolina, Game 3 (ESPN, 1pm)- Pam Ward and Keith Moreland
Southern Mississippi vs. Florida, Game 3 (ESPN, 1pm)- Bob Wischusen and Brian Jordan
TCU vs. Texas, Game 3 (ESPN2, 7pm)- Dave Ryan and Eric Young
Clemson vs. Arizona State, Game 3 (ESPN2, 7pm)- Eric Collins and Morgan Ensberg

Posted by Awful Announcing at 2:33 PM

9 Comments:

morgan ensberg made the all-star game are you serious? another pam ward sighting on a college sporting event = interesting

M said...
Jun 3, 2009, 2:49:00 PM  

If we are going to get pissed about Matt Millen finding work, then we also need to be irate that Jim Bowden is currently employed. At least Millen never stole money from kids (maybe he did).

GMoney said...
Jun 3, 2009, 4:08:00 PM  

A hearty good luck to Keith Moreland. The over/under on East Carolina-North Carolina mixups for the series is 3.

William said...
Jun 3, 2009, 4:18:00 PM  

I'm really looking forward to that Eric Collins vs Morgan Ensberg matchup at 9pm on Saturday. I hear there's a cage involved.

Hoigaard2 said...
Jun 3, 2009, 4:20:00 PM  

Pat Ward doing PxP in an NCAA Super Regional?

This is how I feel.

JamesCraven said...
Jun 3, 2009, 8:15:00 PM  

As a Fullerton grad, I'm surprised Nevin (A Fullerton Grad) is not working the Fullerton Supers, considering he's done both of their regular season games this year, and was in The OC for the Irvine regional just a week ago. Maybe he had a prior commitment.

Patrick said...
Jun 4, 2009, 3:14:00 AM  

Let the games begin. PINNNNNNNNG!

Brad James said...
Jun 4, 2009, 1:41:00 PM  

Pam Ward
Bottom of 1st inning
3-0 count to FSU's Stidham
Ball called strike on outside corner
Ward's PBP: "Just misses on the outside corner. It's now 3-1."

Different sport...same result.

Pic said...
Jun 5, 2009, 1:13:00 PM  

Odd that Mike Rooney would be working games this year, as he is officially part of the Arizona State baseball staff as "Operations Coordinator" and radio analyst. Especially since ASU is still in the tournament...

Adam said...
Jun 5, 2009, 1:24:00 PM  

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