SCAC Spring Media Days - All Interviews Complete

SCAC Spring Media Days - All Interviews Complete

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - For the second straight season, the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct a baseball and softball media days event for the 2015 Spring Media Days. This year's event will begin Monday, January 26th.

Throughout the week, conference head coaches and student-athletes in the sport of baseball and softball will be interviewed by SCAC Assistant Commissioner James Hill, and asked to discuss their respective team's upcoming 2015 season.

Interviews will be posted daily on the SCACNation homepage.

The 2015 SCAC Spring Media Days schedule is listed below:

Monday, January 26th
Austin College Head Baseball Coach Mike Ramsey and junior outfielder Jeremy Halford (Watch)
Schreiner University Head Softball Coach Amy Meyer and sophomore catcher Sarah Worrell (Watch)
Southwestern University Head Softball Coach Angela Froboese and senior third baseman/utility Ashleigh Scott (Watch)

Tuesday, January 27th
Texas Lutheran University Head Baseball Coach Greg Burnett and senior outfielder Tony Gennusa (Watch)
University of Dallas Head Softball Coach Beth Krysiak and senior catcher Taylor Garcia (Watch)
Austin College Head Softball Coach Andrea Vangoss and sophomore outfielder Emily Low (Watch)

Wednesday, January 28th
Schreiner University Head Baseball Coach Ryan Brisbin and junior outfielder Brad Holmes (Watch)
Southwestern University Head Baseball Coach R.J. Thomas and junior Chase Allen (Watch)
Trinity University Head Baseball Coach Tim Scannell and junior shortstop Connor Moore (Watch

Thursday, January 29th
University of Dallas Head Baseball Coach Joe Myers and senior first baseman Trevor Keele (Watch)
Centenary College Head Baseball Coach Mike Diaz and senior pitcher Layton Tromba (Watch)
Centenary College Head Softball Coach Amanda Nordberg and senior catcher Cadie Hancock (Watch
Trinity University Head Softball Coach Brandi Crnkovic and senior outfielder Lauren Mercado (Watch)
Texas Lutheran University Head Softball Coach Wade Wilson and sophomore pitcher Samantha Yenne (Watch)