On Monday, June 6 the number one overall national seed OSU Beavers fell short of advancing to the Super Regionals after the 4-2 loss to UC Irvine.
In the courtyard Tuesday, June 3, LBCC held the “Baseball Is Back” event to welcome the new Head Baseball Coach Ryan Gipson.
Behind stellar hitting and phenomenal pitching, the Beavers take their rightful place atop the podium once again.
You were saved by lemons! Thankfully those Lemon People are always willing to lend a hand!
Baseballs and bats vs. flowers and chocolates. The Beaver’s baseball team gave OSU moms the best Mother’s Day gift they could have asked for this past Sunday.
After being swept by the Beavers last week Oregon bounces back against Arizona, sweeping the Wildcats in a three-game series over the weekend to extend their home winning streak to 16.
There was a first for everything as the OSU Beavers completed the sweep of in-state rival UO in the Civil War series that ended Sunday, April 27.
The Beavers got stung by the Hornets after a solid first two innings, in the first of two mid-week games that began Monday, April 21.
Seventh-ranked University of Oregon is on a collision course with fourth-ranked Oregon State this weekend.
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 a score of 78-76.