Sept. 19

Lineup Card

 

Lineup Card is a feature highlighting notes from around college baseball.

 

September 13-19, 2010

 

Rick Rembielak will be the volunteer assistant at Georgia Tech. He will work with the infielders and assist in all aspects of the game. Rembielak was the head coach at Wake Forest (2005-09) and Kent State (1994-2004), with a combined 515 victories. Rembielak was an assistant at Kent State from 1988-93 under current Yellow Jacket head coach Danny Hall. He played shortstop for three years at Miami (Ohio) from 1979-81. Rembielak was drafted in the 13th round by the Baltimore Orioles in 1981 and played in the systems of the Orioles, Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers.

 

South Carolina will hold three scrimmages this weekend, all open to the public. The start times are Friday at 3:30 p.m., Saturday at noon and Sunday at 2:15 p.m.

 

Notre Dame will play an exhibition game at Michigan State on Saturday, Sept. 18, at 2 p.m. at McLane Baseball Stadium prior to the football game between the Fighting Irish and the Spartans at 8 p.m. Admission to the exhibition is free.

 

Three former Trojans will be undergraduate assistant coaches at USC for the 2011 season: Morgan Ensberg, Alberto Concepcion and Cyle Hankerd. Ensberg spent eight seasons in the major leagues with Houston, San Diego and the New York Yankees. He had a career average of .263 with 110 home runs and 347 RBI in 731 games. Ensberg was an All-Star for the Astros in 2005. He was a color analyst for ESPN during the NCAA Tournament this past season. Ensberg was a four-year player for the Trojans from 1995-98 and helped USC win the national championship in 1998. Concepcion was an All-America catcher for the Trojans from 2000-02. He batted .334 in his USC career with 26 homers and 111 RBI. Hankerd was a Trojan from 2004-06 and was All-Pac-10 as a junior. For his career, Hankerd batted .340 with 12 homers and 123 RBI.

 

Houston will hold a Father-Son Camp at Cougar Field on Sunday, Oct. 10, from 2 to 5 p.m. The camp is for boys ages 6-12 and costs $95 per child. The participants will learn different drills and teaching points to take home for the baseball development of each camper.

 

The Arkansas baseball team joined a group of volunteers on Saturday, Sept. 11, on Opening Day for the Miracle League in Northwest Arkansas. There were 10 teams and the Razorbacks served as “buddies” for the players.