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# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
14 Jake Agnos LHP/RF Jr. 6' 0" 175
2 Jett Manning SS/2B Sr. 6' 1" 165
20 Tyler Solomon C/1B So. 6' 4" 220
6 Collin Brown RHP Sr. 5' 11" 170
18 Brady Harju 1B Jr. 6' 1" 235
14 Jake Agnos LHP/OF Jr. 6' 0" 175
5 Matt Scott CF Sr. 5' 9" 175
17 Keagan McGinnis RHP Jr. 6' 6" 210
9 Josh Newman OF Sr. 6' 0" 180
3 Oakley Herrewig OF Jr. 6' 0" 175
4 Bobby Novack OF Jr. 5' 10" 155
5 Matt Scott OF Sr. 5' 9" 175
7 Tristan Snyder OF Jr. 5' 10" 170
8 Austin Landrum RHP So. 5' 11" 160
11 Ben Russo C So. 5' 10" 165
12 Brent Boggs 2B So. 6' 0" 170
13 Lane Bryson RHP/3B/Util Jr. 6' 0" 180
15 Logan Bruckshen RHP Sr. 5' 11" 175
16 James Beasley RHP Jr. 6' 2" 180
10 E'Lan Goodwin 3B/SS Jr. 6' 1" 170
24 Conner Dewey 1B/DH Sr. 6' 2" 210
23 Harold Marte 3B Jr. 5' 11" 210
22 Reece Varley C Fr. 5' 11" 170
11 Tanner Jaksa LHP So. 5' 9" 145
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