Posted June 22, 2013 on
Mississippi State-Oregon State College World Series June 21, 2013 baseball game photo gallery.
BEST OF MAXIM
UCLA, Oregon, Washington State and Kansas State. These are the teams the Oregon State Beavers’ baseball team has lost to in Game 1 and went on to defeat those teams two games to one in three game series this season. Importance? This is now what is facing OSU in the College World Series as they prepare to face Mississippi State for a second time.
So the task, while facing...
THE BEAVS HIT the ball hard, but too many of them were right at Mississippi State fielders as Oregon State lost 4-1 and was eliminated from the College World Series. Oregon State went on a great ride this year and set a program record for wins -- and Michael Conforto made the catch of the year against MSU -- but it just wasn't enough to extend their season.
OREGON STATE FACES their third elimination game on Friday Mississippi State and they're looking for one more on Saturday. MSU comes into the 12 p.m. PT tilt (ESPN) under decidedly different circumstances that the Beavs and depending on where you sit, it's either and advantage or a disadvantage.
Oregon State and Mississippi State are two of four teams remaining in the 2013 College World Series. Oregon State needs to win today and then again tomorrow to advance to the finals.Mississippi State will send Kendall Graven (7-5, 3.17 ERA, 67 strikeouts) to the mound, and Oregon State will send right-hander Andrew Moore (14-1, 1.57 ERA, 72 strikeouts).Mississippi State...
Dinuba (Calif.) quarterback Marcus McMaryion knew Friday would be a big day for him. He called up Oregon State and upon finding out he was offered a scholarship, the signal caller decided to commit on the spot.
No more dropped opportunities
Looking to build on the success in 2012, Oregon State is heading towards another exciting college football season. With more talent, and bigger opportunities at Reser Stadium, the 2013 team has all the tools to finish miles ahead of 2012.
Looking towards the future, we’re breaking down five of the must see games for the Beavers in the upcoming season...
AFTER THE BEAVS' summer youth camp on Saturday, Oregon State received a verbal pledge from a local product -- Tanner Sanders, the 6-foot-5, 198-pounder out of Corvallis. And like many a prospect in this online age, he made his announcement via Twitter.