2006 Oregon State Beavers Baseball Team
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2006 Oregon State Beavers Baseball Team
2006 Oregon State Beavers baseball
Oregon State text logo.svg
Conference Pac-10 Conference
2006 record 50-16 (16-7 Pac-10)
Head coach Pat Casey (12th season)
Assistant coach Marty Lees (3rd season)
Pitching coach Dan Spencer (10th season)
Home stadium Goss Stadium
Seasons
2007 ->

The 2006 Oregon State Beavers baseball team represented Oregon State University in the 2006 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Beavers played their home games at Goss Stadium. The team was coached by Pat Casey in his 12th season at Oregon State.

The Beavers won the College World Series, defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels in the championship series.

Roster

2006 Oregon State Beavers roster
Pitchers Infielders Catchers Outfielders
  • 3 Chris Kunda - Junior
  • 10 Darwin Barney - Sophomore
  • 14 Ryan Gipson - Senior
  • 15 Lonnie Lechelt - Sophomore
  • 29 Shea McFeely - Freshman
  • 38 Bill Rowe - Senior
  • 1 Casey Priseman - Sophomore
  • 11 Mitch Canham - Junior
  • 12 Erik Ammon - Sophomore
  • 8 Mike Lissman - Junior
  • 9 Cole Gillespie - Senior
  • 16 Cory Ellis - Freshman
  • 20 Greg Laybourn - Sophomore
  • 21 Tyler Graham - Junior
  • 22 Koa Kahalehoe - Freshman
  • 23 Scott Santschi - Junior
  • 35 John Wallace - Freshman
  • 37 Geoff Wagner - Senior

Schedule

Regular season

Regular season
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Oregon State Decision Attendance Overall Record Pac-10 Record
February 10 vs. Nevada Surprise Stadium 12-4 Buck (W; 1-0) 531 1-0 -
February 11 vs. Arizona State Surprise Stadium 11-0 Nickerson (W; 1-0) 2,257 2-0 -
February 12 vs. Gonzaga Surprise Stadium 5-6 Gunderson (L; 0-1) 578 2-1 -
February 17 at Pepperdine Eddy D. Field Stadium 7-6 Gunderson (W; 1-1) 219 3-1 -
February 18 at Pepperdine Eddy D. Field Stadium 2-6 Nickerson (L; 1-1) 324 3-2 -
February 19 at Pepperdine Eddy D. Field Stadium 1-7 Maxwell (L; 0-1) 291 3-3 -
February 23 vs. BYU Dobbins Baseball Complex 12-2 Buck (W; 2-0) 206 4-3 -
February 24 at California-Davis Dobbins Baseball Complex 1-2 Nickerson (L; 1-2) 305 4-4 -
February 25 at Sacramento State John Smith Field 8-3 Kunz (W; 1-0) 305 5-4 -
February 26 vs. Saint Mary's Dobbins Baseball Complex 7-5 Stutes (W; 1-0) 134 6-4 -
March 3 Nevada Goss Stadium 13-4 Buck (W; 3-0) 1,387 7-4 -
March 4 Nevada Goss Stadium 4-0 Nickerson (W; 2-2) 2,042 8-4 -
March 5 Nevada Goss Stadium 9-1 Maxwell (W; 1-1) 1,136 9-4 -
March 7 Portland Goss Stadium 3-1 Stutes (W; 2-0) 781 10-4 -
March 10 at New Mexico Isotopes Park 10-4 Buck (W; 4-0) 709 11-4 -
March 11 at New Mexico Isotopes Park 2-13 Maxwell (L; 1-2) 1,748 11-5 -
March 17 at Southern California Dedeaux Field 4-1 Buck (W; 5-0) 210 12-5 1-0
March 18 at Southern California Dedeaux Field 3-11 Stutes (L; 2-1) 296 12-6 1-1
March 19 at Southern California Dedeaux Field 1-4 Nickerson (L; 2-3) 398 12-7 1-2
March 24 Utah Valley State Goss Stadium 7-5 Buck (W; 6-0) 312 13-7 -
March 25 Utah Valley State Goss Stadium 9-4 Nickerson (W; 3-3) 365 14-7 -
March 26 Utah Valley State Goss Stadium 13-6 Maxwell (W; 2-2) 1,011 15-7 -
March 28 at Pacific Klein Family Field 6-4 Paterson (W; 1-0) 212 16-7 -
March 29 at San Francisco Klein Family Field 2-8 Stutes (L; 2-2) 102 16-8 -
March 31 Texas-Pan American Goss Stadium 5-4 Kunz (W; 2-0) 478 17-8 -
April 1 Texas-Pan American Goss Stadium 9-1 Nickerson (W; 4-3) 666 18-8 -
April 1 Texas-Pan American Goss Stadium 14-1 Maxwell (W; 3-2) 666 19-8 -
April 7 Arizona Goss Stadium 10-5 Grbavac (W; 1-0) 1,633 20-8 2-2
April 8 Arizona Goss Stadium 10-2 Nickerson (W; 5-3) 1,907 21-8 3-2
April 9 Arizona Goss Stadium 1-8 Maxwell (L; 1-8) 1,558 21-9 3-3
April 11 at Portland Joe Etzel Field 14-9 Turpen (W; 1-0) 644 22-9 -
April 13 Stanford Goss Stadium 3-0 Stutes (W; 3-2) l,346 23-9 4-3
April 14 Stanford Goss Stadium 1-0 Buck (W; 7-0) 972 24-9 5-3
April 16 Stanford Goss Stadium 12-1 Nickerson (W; 6-3) 613 25-9 6-3
April 21 at California Evans Diamond 5-2 Buck (W; 8-0) 558 26-9 7-3
April 22 at California Evans Diamond 5-2 Nickerson (W; 7-3) 1,025 27-9 8-3
April 23 at California Evans Diamond 9-7 Kunz (W; 3-0) 773 28-9 9-3
April 24 Portland Goss Stadium 13-20 Kunz (L; 3-1) 1,066 28-10 -
April 27 Cal Poly Goss Stadium 3-0 Buck (W; 9-0) 1,585 29-10 -
April 28 New Mexico Goss Stadium 16-1 Stutes (W; 4-2) 1,910 30-10 -
April 29 Cal Poly Goss Stadium 8-4 Nickerson (W; 8-3) 2,156 31-10 -
April 30 New Mexico Goss Stadium 8-2 Turpen (W; 2-0) 1,869 32-10 -
May 5 Washington Goss Stadium 4-6 Buck (L; 9-1) 2,362 32-11 9-4
May 6 Washington Goss Stadium 5-3 Kunz (W; 4-1) 2,327 33-11 10-4
May 7 Washington Goss Stadium 7-1 Stutes (W; 5-2) 881 34-11 11-4
May 12 at Arizona State Packard Stadium 3-10 Buck (L; 9-2) 2,813 34-12 11-5
May 13 at Arizona State Packard Stadium 3-6 Gunderson (L; 1-2) 3,035 34-13 11-6
May 14 at Arizona State Packard Stadium 9-8 Stutes (W; 6-2) 2,544 35-13 12-6
May 19 at Washington State Bailey-Brayton Field 16-1 Buck (W; 10-2) 742 36-13 13-6
May 20 at Washington State Bailey-Brayton Field 10-2 Nickerson (W; 9-3) 759 37-13 14-6
May 21 at Washington State Bailey-Brayton Field 13-3 Stutes (W; 6-2) 829 38-13 15-6
May 26 UCLA Goss Stadium 9-2 Buck (W; 11-2) 2,132 39-13 16-6
May 28 UCLA Goss Stadium 1-3 Nickerson (L; 9-4) 2,086 39-14 16-7

Post-season

2006 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
Event Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Oregon State Decision Attendance Overall Record
Corvallis Regional June 2 vs. Wright State Goss Stadium 5-3 Kunz (W; 5-1) 2,587 40-14
June 3 vs. Kansas Goss Stadium 11-3 Nickerson (W; 10-4) 2,967 41-14
June 4 vs. Hawaii Goss Stadium 12-3 Stutes (W; 7-2) 2,783 42-14
Corvallis Super Regional June 10 vs. Stanford Goss Stadium 4-3 Buck (W; 12-2) 3,173 43-14
June 11 vs. Stanford Goss Stadium 15-0 Nickerson (W; 11-4) 3,194 44-14
College World Series June 18 vs. Miami (FL) Rosenblatt Stadium 1-11 Buck (L; 12-3) 25,417 44-15
June 19 vs. Georgia Rosenblatt Stadium 5-3 Nickerson (W; 12-4) 17,135 45-15
June 20 vs. Miami (FL) Rosenblatt Stadium 8-1 Stutes (W; 8-2) 26,241 46-15
June 21 vs. Rice Rosenblatt Stadium 5-0 Turpen (W; 3-0) 30,335 47-15
June 22 vs. Rice Rosenblatt Stadium 2-0 Nickerson (W; 13-4) 19,161 48-15
June 24 vs. North Carolina Rosenblatt Stadium 3-4 Paterson (L; 1-1) 26,808 48-16
June 25 vs. North Carolina Rosenblatt Stadium 11-7 Gunderson (W; 3-2) 25,046 49-16
June 26 vs. North Carolina Rosenblatt Stadium 3-2 Buck (W; 13-3) 18,565 50-16

Awards and honors

Darwin Barney
All-Pac-10[1]
Dallas Buck
All America Second Team[2]
All-Pac-10[1]
Kevin Gunderson
College World Series All-Tournament Team[3]
All America Second Team[2]
All-Pac-10[1]
Cole Gillespie
College World Series All-Tournament Team[3]
All America First Team[2]
All-Pac-10[1]
Shea McFeely
College World Series All-Tournament Team[3]
Jonah Nickerson
College World Series Most Outstanding Player[3]
All America Second Team[2]
All-Pac-10[1]
Bill Rowe
College World Series All-Tournament Team[3]

2006 Major League Baseball draft

The following members of the Oregon State Beavers baseball program were drafted in the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft.[4]

Members of baseball program drafted in 2006
Player Position Round Overall MLB Team
Dallas Buck RHP 3rd 86th Arizona Diamondbacks
Cole Gillespie OF 3rd 92nd Milwaukee Brewers
Kevin Gunderson LHP 5th 160th Atlanta Braves
Jonah Nickerson RHP 7th 202nd Detroit Tigers
Tyler Graham OF 19th 566th San Francisco Giants
Chris Kunda 2B 19th 584th New York Yankees
Shea McFeely 3B 28th 837th Arizona Diamondbacks
Mitch Canham C 41st 1246th San Diego Padres
Jon Koller RHP 48th 1435th New York Mets

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Pac-10 Baseball Honors" (PDF). Pac-12.org. Retrieved 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Gillespie, Buck, Nickerson, Gunderson Earn All-America". OSUBeavers.com. Retrieved 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "College World Series Record Book" (PDF). NCAA.org. Retrieved 2012. 
  4. ^ "2006 Oregon State University". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved 2012. 

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