Eric Sorenson

Eric SorensonEric Sorenson was infected by the college baseball bug early on in life after spending his formative years in Omaha, Nebraska, and seeing the rise in popularity of the College World Series on a firsthand basis. Though he is now featured at College Baseball Today, Eric has been a college baseball writer for numerous outlets over the years, including USA Today, CollegeSports.com, CSTV, CBS College Sports, SEBaseball.com and CollegeBaseballInsider.com. A rabid fan of all college sports, Eric has also been a college football writer for many years for ESPN, CBS Sports, CSTV, NBC Sports, Yahoo/Rivals and CollegeBCS.com, and has also covered three Final Fours in college basketball for CSTV and CBS Sports. He currently resides in the college baseball hotbed of Southern California and enjoys playing hockey, surfing, skiing and going to the beach to kick back and do absolutely nothing. Eric was also named the 7th runner-up in "The Most Interesting Man In the World" competition held by Dos Equis in 2009.

Columbia pitcher Dan Bracey loves a challenge

April 18, 2011

The first thing you notice about Dan Bracey is that this is a guy who loves a good challenge. Let’s face it, the right-handed pitcher from East Greenwich, Rhode Island, chose to go to Columbia for cr… Continue Reading…

Towarnicky has his sights set on assisting poverty-striken areas after graduation

May 03, 2010

You know those university promos where a school will boast about how its students go out and make a difference in the world? Well Appalachian State’s David Towarnicky is a prime example of that mantra… Continue Reading…
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