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BEAVERS 1,659 MILES AWAY FROM 5TH TRIP TO OMAHA

CELBRATE

(Photo Ethan Erickson)

The Oregon State Beaver baseball team will host its final home game of the 2013 season as they face Kansas State in a winner-take-all Game-3 of the NCAA Super Regionals.
 The winner punches their ticket to Omaha and the College World Series where the Beavers are looking for a shot to claim the School’s 3rd National Championship.

TWICE AS NICE NATIONAL TROPHIES

Oregon State could not hold a 2-1 lead in the opening game of the Supers, and the Beaver bull pen caved in as the Wildcats went on to steal a 6-2 win Saturday to force OSU in to a must-win Game-2 Sunday night.
The Beavers responded, and in a big way pounding out 21-hits enroute to a 12-4 drubbing of the Big-12 Champs from Manhattan in front of yet another new Goss Stadium attendance record of 3,602.

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Super Sophs Michael Conforto and Dylan Davis made a big statement as they smashed back-to-back solo Home Runs in the first inning leading the Beavs to their 49th win against 11-losses.  Kansas State stands at 45-18.

CONFORTO HR VS KSU GAME2

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Meanwhile, Freshman All-American Andrew Moore spun another gem as the North Eugene HS graduate fanned 9-hitters and allowed just 3 earned runs on 6-hits.
 It wasn’t Moore’s best showing of the year as he gave up a Home Run to Jared King, and had a few wild pitches, but the savvy right hander kept dealing his stuff to get the Wildcats out in 8-innings of work.

MOORE VS KSU GAME2

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GAME-2 BOX SCORE
OSU 12, KSU 4
GAME-3 NOTES OSU VS. KANSAS STATE
OSU Notes vs. Kansas State

 

SHANE CONLON

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Oregon State’s first of 49-wins in 2013 vs. Utah Valley, 5-2 in Palm Springs.
BEAVS FIRST WIN 2013

 

 When it comes to Titles,  the Beavers and Deschutes County Title have the experience..call 541-389-2120

 DESCHUTES COUNTY TITLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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