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Achievements of Ted Silva – The Baseball Pitching Coach

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Baseball pitching coach Ted Silva is a native of Redondo Beach, California. Currently, he serves as a pitching coach to Nebraska Baseball. Before serving as a pitching coach to Nebraska Baseball, he was a pitching coach at Cal State Fullerton, Fresno State, UC Irvine and Loyola Marymount.

Ted Silva has spent nearly 20 years of his life dedicated to his passion ‘baseball’. As a pitching coach he has earned many awards, achievements, recognitions and accolades.

  • In 1995, Ted Silva was a All-America pitcher at Cal State Fullerton.
  • He helped the Titans win the National Championship in 1995.
  • The Big West Conference honored Silva as the Pitcher of the Year in 1995.
  • Under his guidance, the Titans won the Big West Conference championship in 2005 and 2006.
  • Helped the Titan’s at a national-best 2.73 ERA, the only team in the country under 3.00 in 2006.
  • Ted Siva spent the 2007 season at Fresno State and guided the Bulldogs to a 38-29 mark and an NCAA regional berth in San Diego.
  • He helped led UC Irvine to the nation’s 3rd best ERA at 3.27 in 2008.
  • Under his guidance, the Anteaters won the Lincoln Regional in 2008.
  • Helped UC Irvine to national prominence from 2008 to 2010. Anteaters were qualified for three straight NCAA tournaments and won the Big West Conference title in 2009.
  • He coached All-Americans and future first-round selections Ricky Romero (2005), Wes Roemer (2006), Scott Gorgen (2008) and Daniel Bibona (2009-10) to Big West Pitcher-of-the-Year awards.
  • In 2011, he improved Loyola Marymount’s team ERA from 7.21 to 3.25.
  • Silva was named all-tournament by the American Baseball Coaches Association, Collegiate Baseball, the Greater Houston Sports Association and Baseball America.
  • During his three seasons as UC Irvine’s pitching coach, his four pitchers Christian Bergman, Scott Gorgen, Eric Pettis, Daniel Bibona earned a total of 19 All-America accolades.

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Filed under Society
Feb 21, 2012

Results Of 2009 US Open (Tennis)

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US open which is termed as United States Open Tennis Championships is the fourth among the major tennis grand slams according to the period of conduction of event. This is held during the months of August and September for about two week period. The different event championships which are conducted are men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. In addition to these, senior, junior and wheel chair tournaments will also be conducted. US open tennis tournament is conducted at the acrylic hard courts. USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens of New York City is the venue for this auspicious event.

The US open 2009 was conducted at outdoor hard courts. It was conducted during the time interval of August 31 to September 14, 2009. The tournament featured night matches similar to the Australian Open.

When we consider the case of women’s singles for the year 2009, 2005 US Open Women’s singles Champion Kim Clijsters again won the 2009 US Open women’s singles Championship. During the men’s singles final, Roger Federer the champion of tennis was defeated by Argentina player Juan Martin del Potro.

When we consider mens doubles Lukas Dlouhy and Leander Paes are the winners of the men’s double championship. In the women’s doubles serena Williams and Venus Williams won the Championship.

The mixed double winners are Carly Gullickson and Travis Parrott.

If we consider the major players, The person who has won on all the surfaces in US open is Jimmy Corners and when we take the case of women Chris Evert is only player who had won two surfaces.

Thus many spectators are eager to see this major grand slam.

Filed under Entertainment
Oct 8, 2009