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Beaver baseball looks toward tournament play while Gamba makes Division II school history


The Beavers are 30-14 and look to finish off the season strong. The Beavers went on a four-game winning streak sweeping Minnesota-Duluth in a home series. The Beavers are still looking forward to meeting goals for the rest of the season.

“We’re playing some pretty good baseball right now, sitting at fourth in the conference,” Scott Eul, head coach, said. “We’re hitting our stride right now offensively and starting to come along with our pitching.”

The Beavers are now looking to make a tournament run.

“We could do a little bit better in some respects but overall in the season I think we’re in a pretty good spot. It’s still a lot of season left for us though,” Eul said.

Senior pitcher, Jack Gamba, has had a good season. He now leads the Minot State baseball team with all-time Division II pitching saves.

“It’s an honor to have accomplished that. The fact that I was able to get the most in school history makes me feel proud of all the work I put in. It shows that all the help the coaches gave me really payed off,” Gamba said. “I didn’t even know that I was about to get the record. It kind of just happened and they told me. Nothing has really changed; I keep my same routine and just keep doing what I’ve been doing.”

The Beavers wrap up their home stand, Wednesday against Bemidji State before going on the road to take on Minnesota Crookston May 3 and 4 to finish up their season.


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