Gavin Logan is no stranger to the open road.
Growing up on a farm outside Oyen, the young athlete played a lot of his minor baseball in Consort, before heading to Dawgs Academy.
After a couple of other college stops, he made his way to Oregon State University, where the Beavers are looking to get back to the College World Series.
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If you see one, the other probably isn’t too far away.
BC’s Carlin Dick and New Brunswick’s Max Grant became fast friends at the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball.
Now hitting 1-2 in the batting order at Canisius College in New York, the pair is hoping to continue their winning ways together with the Golden Griffins.
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The Wheatley family tree has deep Canadiana roots.
From Glace Bay, N.S. to Cape Breton, to Edmonton to Iowa and next fall to Georgia.
Canadian Baseball Network’s Bob Elliott takes a look at the next generation of Wheatley, Jack, who has committed to Liberty University.
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Luxon Glor’s smile is infectious.
While discussing his journey in life and sport, the young man on the other side of the Zoom conversation exudes an air of positivity and gratitude that is refreshing in what feels like a fractured world.
Through all of the challenges he has faced, the Haiti-born and Vauxhall Academy product has emerged as one of the greatest in track-and-field at the University of Mary, and is still hoping to fulfill an Olympic dream.
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You couldn’t fault Shaun Atamanchuk if he thought the worst when he heard his UCL tear was the worst his doctor had ever seen.
Yet, the Beaumont, Alberta native took the news in stride, documenting his recovery through his Instagram account.
After nearly three years without baseball, he recently made the triumphant return to the bump with the University of Antelope Valley.
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