OMAHA, Neb. — Despite winning a school-record 52 games this season, the Beaver baseball team came up short of its ultimate goal at the College World Series. Oregon State will lose several key players to graduation, including: Matt Boyd, Danny Hayes, Ryan Barnes and Max Gordon. Recently drafted juniors Ben Wetzler, Dan Child and Jake … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Oregon State Sports Information OMAHA, Neb. – Oregon State won a school-record 52 games and advanced to the College World Series for the fifth time, but saw its remarkable season end in a 4-1 loss to Mississippi State Friday afternoon in Omaha, Nebeaska. Mississippi State (51-18) strung together five consecutive two-out hits in the … Continue reading »
OMAHA, Neb. — On Friday, the Beaver Baseball team will meet Mississippi State for the second time in the College World Series. Oregon State beat Indiana on Wednesday without its pair of Max’s – Gordon and Engelbrekt. Stephen Nelson reports from Omaha.
OMAHA — On Friday, the Beaver Baseball team will meet Mississippi State for the second time in the College World Series. The Bulldogs beat OSU last weekend. KEZI 9 Sports Reporter Stephen Nelson previews the match-up from Omaha. Oregon State head coach Pat Casey: Oregon State pitcher Matt Boyd: Oregon State pitcher Andrew Moore: Oregon … Continue reading »
Oregon State head coach Pat Casey: Oregon State pitcher Jace Fry: Oregon State pitcher Ben Wetzler: Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto: Oregon State infielder Tyler Smith: Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore.– Jake Rodriguez, Danny Hayes and Tyler Smith all homered Sunday, helping the sixth-ranked Oregon State baseball team to a 6-4 win over California … Continue reading »
Oregon State pitcher Jace Fry: Oregon State pitcher Ben Wetzler: Oregon State pitcher Matt Boyd: Oregon State outfielder Ryan Barnes: Oregon State shortstop Tyler Smith:
By Erik Elken CORVALLIS, Ore. — ”I know exactly where i was on August 15th. I was on the phone with his dad,” said Oregon State Head Coach Pat Casey. August 15th, 2011 – the Major League Baseball draft signing deadline. For Jace Fry, a highly touted pitcher from Beaverton’s Southridge High, it was decision day. … Continue reading »