A little over halfway through another season of Division I college baseball and the Beavers seem to be right where they left off last year.
In the Beavers’ last home game of the season they put on one final “hurrah” for the seniors, by beating Arizona State in a nail-biting overtime game, with
The Beavers are off and running again. The OSU baseball team completed their first home series against Wright State that began Friday, Feb. 28 and ended Sunday, March
Break out the sunflower seeds, the peanuts, and the Big League Chew. Baseball in corvallis, is back. OSU is set to begin the 2014 season ranked third overall
The Beavers extended their NCAA record for most wins against any other team (185) in their 80-72 win over the Ducks.
The Beavers started strong sunday night and never let up, taking a double digit lead – 19-9 – after a layup from Devon Collier with 12:49 left in
The Beavers fell to the Trojans after being held scoreless in the second half. Just 14 seconds after the OSU scored on a 27-yard pass from Sean Mannion
The Oregon State Beavers were tested in every aspect of their game this past weekend. Story by Cooper Pawson, photos by William Allison and Michael DeChellis.
If you weren’t already excited about where the Oregon State Beavers season is going, with Sean Mannion and Brandin Cooks leading their team to a six game win
A little over two years ago on opening day, the Oregon State Beavers lost a heartbreaker to Sacramento State an FCS school. For those that do not speak
Beavers say good "bison" to Colorado.
The Beavers are looking a little more unified after this week, as a team.