Does anything seriously say “welcome to summer” as aptly as hot weather and baseball?
Well, here at the College of Business, we are finally getting our hot weather as we said goodbye to some 700 seniors and 70 MBA graduates, and we are still getting us some baseball!
As we mentioned in a previous post during spring term, College of Business junior KJ Harrison is a CoSIDA academic standout.
But – now that it is summer, can we shout, “oh, yeah! slugger Harrison, breakout-star pitcher Bryce Fehmel, and fifteen other College of Business students are part of the (still) no. 1 ranked Oregon State Baseball team maintaining top seed at the College World Series in Omaha through June 28! Oh, yeah!”
Yes, indeed, we can. Welcome to summer.
From the NCAA:
“…The nightcap was all Oregon State. The Beavers demolished LSU 13-1 behind a superb performance from Bryce Fehmel, who lasted eight innings and allowed just two hits. The highlight of the game came off the bat of KJ Harrison, whose sixth inning grand slam — the first of the TD Ameritrade Park era — put the game out of reach….”
According to the bracket, we play again on June 23 at 3 pm Eastern, possibly against the very same team the Beavs soundly defeated on Monday, after graduation day’s nailbiter. Oregon State is 2-0 in the series, and the PAC-12 champs have duplicated a 23-game winning streak from earlier in the season. They are one game short of the university record for straight wins.
So let’s give a huge, hearty “Go Beavs!” to Oregon State Baseball, and our College of Business and students. We are so proud, and we are cheering you on.
- Jordan Britton
- Christian Donahue
- Max Engelbrekt
- Dakota Engelman-Donovan
- Bryce Fehmel
- Grant Gambrell
- Michael Gretler
- KJ Harrison
- Mitch Hickey
- Preston Jones
- Steven Kwan
- Trevor Larnach
- Thomas Paul
- Drew Rasmussen
- Adley Rutschman
- Samuel Tweedt
- Zackery Zalesky
Photo: Karl Maasdam, Oregon State Athletics