The relationship between Dawgs Academy and Oregon State has always been strong.
The two programs took it to another level in September 2023 as the Beavers visited Okotoks for a nine-day mini-camp.
We take a look back at some of the action through the lens of our Ian Wilson.
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The Okotoks Dawgs Academy has announced a “monumental partnership” with Oregon State University (OSU) that will see the Beavers travel to southern Alberta for a fall training camp at the Seaman Stadium complex.
The Beavers have an accomplished National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I baseball program that won 2006, 2007 and 2018 College World Series titles. OSU has made a total of seven College World Series appearances and claimed 26 conference championships.
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Logan Grant admits he’s not the best cook, so getting to play close to home for the first time in a few years has been a nice treat.
After seasons with the Sylvan Lake Gulls and Swift Current 57s, the Dawgs Academy product is playing for the Okotoks Dawgs this summer.
And he’s relishing in the opportunity with an All-Star performance so far.
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Matty Fung admits the rivalry between his Sylvan Lake Gulls and the Okotoks Dawgs is only heating up.
We chat with the Foster City, California product after his hot start to the season for the latest “1 Thru 9.”
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It’s not easy to excel in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Division I.
Seventy-five of the league’s hitters finished the season with a batting average of .400 or higher, a stat that makes the year Tyler Boudreau had on the mound even more impressive.
Canadian Baseball Network’s Trevor Fitzpatrick has more on the Sylvan Lake Gulls hurler.
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Kyle Bloor first headed to Colby Community College thinking he would be trying to earn a spot as a catcher.
But with a log-jam behind the plate, the Lethbridge product tried his hand at pitching, and never looked back.
Now with Tennessee Wesleyan University, Bloor was named to the 2023 All-Appalachian Athletic Conference First Team.
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They say the early bird gets the worm.
And while most teenagers lament the idea of their alarm going off at 5 a.m., Jackson Sherren relishes in the opportunity to get up and go to “work” as he chases his baseball dreams.
The PEI product and Dawgs Academy prospect found that gratitude after a challenging few years dealing with two major injuries.
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Every time Brady Kobitowich makes his way to the mound, he looks down at his wrist to remind him of what’s most important.
He then kisses the simple tattoo design of three lines, with each line representing his mother, grandmother and grandfather.
After a successful two years with Cloud County, he’s become a jack-of-all-trades with the Niagara University Purple Eagles.
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Ricky Sanchez keeps two things close to his heart: baseball and family.
It’s when the two are brought together when the young infielder is in the happiest of places.
While he accomplished a lot in 2022, the Dawgs Academy and Okotoks Dawgs product is wanting even more in 2023.
Read More A True Dawg
We are on the cusp of the start of the Canadian College Baseball Conference season.
We take a look at what’s in store for the Edmonton Collegiate Hawks, University of Calgary Dinos and Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs, as well as the squads from B.C.
Read More Spring into Action