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CBD Photo Gallery: Oregon State holds first scrimmage of Fall

OregonStateFistPumpCORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State got on the field for an intra-squad scrimmage for the first time this fall on Friday. The Beavers had been prevented from scrimmaging earlier by weeks of steady rain that finally broke on Thursday. OSU finished tied for third at the College World Series in June and has two-thirds of its weekend starters returning. Continue reading

2013 CWS: Mississippi State 4 Oregon State 1

JohnCohenMississippiStateSmallOMAHA, Neb. – Hunter Renfroe’s three-run homer lifted Mississippi State past Oregon State 4-1 and into the Championship Finals of the 2013 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.

Oregon State ends its season at 52-13. Mississippi State (51-18) will play the winner of UCLA/North Carolina in a best-of-three series starting Monday at 7 p.m. in a bid for its first national team championship in any sport. Continue reading

2013 CWS: Oregon State 1 Indiana 0

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MattBoydFeaturedOMAHA, Neb. – After taking a loss to Mississippi State earlier in the week, Oregon State’s Matt Boyd bounced back to shut out Indiana for the first time this season with a 1-0 win for the Beavers on Wednesday night at TD Ameritrade Park.

OSU improves to 52-12 on the season and 2-1 in the College World Series while Indiana ends its season at 49-16. The Beavers will face a CWS undefeated Mississippi State on Friday at 2 p.m. CT in a win-or-go-home matchup. Continue reading

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2013 CWS: Oregon State 11 Louisville 4

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OregonStateFistPumpOMAHA, Neb. – No. 3 Oregon State buried Louisville under a seven-run fourth inning and held on to win 11-4 the first elimination game of the 2013 Men’s College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.

The Cardinals end their season at 51-14. The Beavers (51-12) advance to play the loser of Mississippi State/Indiana on Wednesday at 7 p.m. CT.
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CBD Photo Gallery: 2013 CWS Louisville v. Oregon State

BenWetzlerOregonStateHere is our photo gallery from the 2013 College World Series Game between Louisville and Oregon State. Oregon State won the game by a score of 11-4. (Full Recap available here.) Continue reading

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2013 CWS: Mississippi State defeats Oregon State 5-4

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JohnCohenMississippiStateSmallOMAHA, Neb. – After falling to an early 2-0 deficit, Wes Rea led the Mississippi State Bulldogs’ offense to a come from behind 5-4 win on Saturday afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park against No. 3 Oregon State.

Mississippi State (49-18) will meet the Indiana Hoosiers on June 17 at 7 p.m. CT. Continue reading

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2013 College World Series Preview: Bracket One

CWS LogoMississippi State is coming off a super-regional victory over Virginia, wining 6-5 after an 18-hour rain delay. This is a heavily offense based team accumulating 30 hits over a two game span against Virginia. This will be the ninth appearance in the College World Series for the Bulldogs and first since 2007. A few notable players to keep an eye on include Wes Rea who is hitting .288 along with 37 RBIs and seven home runs, and Hunter Renfroe batting .360 with 61 RBIs and 15 homeruns, along with being drafted 13th overall in the MLB draft. Adam Frazier will also be one to keep an eye on with his .359 batting average and 38 RBIs. Mississippi State will face No.3 Oregon State in game one on Saturday with the winner advancing to take on the winner of Indiana vs. Louisville. They have shown that they can get a lead and hold on to it despite late comebacks. This may be a key factor for Mississippi State, if they can get out early then this team will be hard to beat. Continue reading

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Corvallis Super Regional: Beavers punch their ticket to Omaha with Wetzler, Boyd

BoydCelebrationFeaturedCORVALLIS, Ore. – A year ago, Oregon State catcher Jake Rodriguez was coping with far more than the end of the Beavers season.

He was wrought with grief after the death of his father on June 10, 2012.

Exactly 365 days later, Rodriguez applied the tag that effectively ended Kansas State’s baseball season in the Corvallis Super Regional. Continue reading