The D3 Baseball season is rounding the bases towards its midway point, but five teams in the month of March were already playing like it was the back half of the year, getting things going on all cylinders.
So which of these five teams will be team of the month? That is where we need your help. Our nominees will be listed out below, and a poll for you to vote in will follow them.
Voting will close on Friday, April 6 at 11:00 a.m. PST, so make sure to vote often and spread the word to all your friends and fellow fans of D3 Baseball!
March Record: 8-2
BennettRank Results: +65
Not starting their season until the first week of March, the Warhawks proved through their first 10 contests why they might be the early favorites for the national title. All but two of their games took place in Florida for a spring break trip, proving they can take their game to any stadium and play well.
March Record: 14-0
BennettRank Results: +47
CNU was definitely in consideration for the most consistent team in D3 for March, winning all of their contests and continuing to ride their winning streak as of this writing. During any of their contests, CNU never failed to score at least four runs, topping out at 17 for one game.
March Record: 9-4
BennettRank Results: +18
Oswego may not have reached double-digit victories this past month, but they did enough to put themselves in the forefront of conversations for SUNYAC glory through this point. Winners of eight straight and holding a 5-1 mark in conference, the real test will be when the Lakers play their first true road game in the coming weeks.
March Record: 15-0
BennettRank Results: +63
Another perfect mark for the month, Roanoke played their way to 15 straight wins where they played just two one-run contests. The Maroons were part of the final four last year for D3 Baseball, and their play so far looks to indicate they could make another run this season.
March Record: 13-5
BennettRank Results: +24
Playing a remarkable 18 contests through the month, the Vikings took some stumbles but wound up improving their overall mark to 20-10, distancing themselves from a February that left them just over .500. With an 11-4 mark in SAA play, look for Berry to be a fixture of the D3 season going forward.