The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Team, comprised of players representing 22 colleges from 11 states across all three divisions of NJCAA baseball and coached by Murray State’s own Zach Crabtree, walked away from the National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series in Wichita, Kan. with a 3-1 record and the 2016 Sportsmanship Award. In a tweet from series’ organizers, the national team received kudos for “…..displaying wonderful sportsmanship on and off the field!”
Murray State College Baseball Coach Zach Crabtree has been named head coach for this year’s National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Team
Murray State College alumnus John Hayes has been drafted by the Detroit Tigers. Hayes was drafted in round 25 (745th overall) of the 2016 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft.
The Murray State College baseball team ended their season with a heartbreaking 15-13 loss to Western Oklahoma State College in Enid, Okla. at the NJCAA Region 2 Tournament on Saturday, May 14.
The Murray State College baseball team swept the Carl Albert State College Vikings in their final home doubleheader of the season.
The Murray State College baseball team swept the NOC- Enid Jets in Enid, Okla. last weekend.
The Murray State College baseball and softball teams swept their opponents at home earlier this week.
The Murray State College baseball team fell to the Western Oklahoma State College Pioneers in a doubleheader at home on Sunday, April 24.
The Murray State College baseball team dropped two games to the NOC-Tonkawa Mavericks on April 16 on the road.
The Murray State College baseball team swept the Redlands Community College Cougars in a doubleheader on Saturday, April 9.
The Murray State College baseball team split with the Eastern Oklahoma State College Mountaineers on Saturday, April 2.
TISHOMINGO, OKLA. (March 22, 2016) – The Murray State College baseball team lost two games to the Richland College Thunderducks on the road Monday, March 21.
TISHOMINGO, Okla. (February 19, 2016) – The MSC baseball team faced the Iowa Western Community College Reivers in a doubleheader at home on Thursday, February 19, 2016. The Aggies fell short in the first game but were able to defeat the Reivers in the second contest.
TISHOMINGO, Okla. (February 15, 2016) - The Murray State College baseball team faced the Allen Community College Devils in a three-game series February 12 and 13 at the Ranch in Tishomingo.
TISHOMINGO, Okla. (February 15, 2016) – The MSC baseball team defeated the Rose State College Raiders 5-2 Monday, February 15.
TISHOMINGO, OKLA. (February 10, 2016) – The MSC baseball team battled with Hill College at the Ranch on Tuesday, February 10. After 16-innings of action, the Aggies came out on top 15-14.
BEEVILLE, TEXAS (February 8, 2016) - The Murray State College Aggie baseball team played a three-game series at Coastal Bend College in Beeville, Texas over the February 5-6 weekend.
TISHOMINGO, Okla. (February 4, 2016) – New stadium lights put the spotlight on Aggie baseball at MSC Monday night, February 1, during the team’s season opener against Paris Junior College. The MSC Aggies, ranked number eight (#8) in preseason rankings, scored a 15-5 victory (10-run rule) over Paris Junior College in the first home night game in Murray State College history.
Murray State College Alumni Keach Ballard has been drafted by the Houston Astros.
It's MSC vs. Western in the championship game of the Region 2 Baseball Tournament. Find a link for live streaming here.
The Aggies head to Enid for the Region 2 Tournament.
A month into the Murray State College baseball schedule, winter weather has changed things up for the team. Despite the cold weather, postponements, and cancelations, the team is off to a winning start.
Three members of the Murray State College baseball program signed national letters of intent to continue their baseball careers at the NCAA Division I level.
Junior college teams from Oklahoma and Texas will descend upon Tishomingo for an opportunity to compete in front of professional scouts and 4-year colleges, all while bettering themselves and preparing for the upcoming spring season.
MSC baseball players are back on campus, many of whom are returning from collegiate summer leagues throughout the country. Several Aggies excelled in summer league competition, sharpening their skills for the 2015 season as Murray State sets its sights on another championship season.
MSC Alumni Keach Ballard named #75 professional prospect in Northwoods League
The MSC Baseball team will hold a Fall Scrimmage and Family Day on Saturday, August 23.
MSC alum, and current assistant baseball coach, Brandon Marris was crowned a champion in his first season of professional baseball.
Aggies sophomore catcher Lane Paul has been selected to play with the National Junior College Athletic Association National Team for the remainder of the summer.
Several Aggies have received recognition for their outstanding play this summer and have been named as All-Stars.
Several Murray State College Aggies have signed on to play baseball at the next level. In fact, all the graduating sophomores from the 2014 team are headed to college in the fall.
Murray State College baseball standout Connor Counce has been named as a National Junior College Athletic Association second-team All-American. In the fall, he heads to SE to play for the Savage Storm.
Many players from the Murray State College Aggies Baseball team are hard at work in summer league play. Several Aggies are playing on league teams across the country, and one Aggie is set to play on a national team.
The MSC Aggies baseball season comes to an end in the Region 2 tournament. Several players received post-season honors.
The MSC Aggies baseball team are conference champs as they defeat NOC-Enid in the last home series of the regular season.
Baseball players spend time at a local elementary school to help students prepare for state testing.
A look ahead at the 2014 spring baseball season with coaches Zach Crabtree and Lloyd Gage.
Coach Zach Crabtree is named Coach of the Year by the NJCAA and the American Baseball Coaches Association & Diamond Sports.
Hunter Raley signs with the University of Oklahoma