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CSUEB baseball will hold open tryouts on September 30. (Image: Kelley Cox, KLCFotos.com)

CSUEB baseball to hold open tryouts on Sept. 30

  • July 18, 2013 5:00am

Open tryouts for all CSUEB students will take place on September 30 on the Pioneer Baseball Field from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Pioneers baseball had a historic season in 2012-13 under Coach Bob Ralston's leadership. They hit exactly .300 for the season and posted an impressive 2.91 ERA. Their season winning percentage of .640 is the second-best in school history for a Division II team and the best since 1968. Pioneer senior Charlie Sharrer was picked in the 26th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Saturday by the Chicago White Sox.

Any students interested in competing for the university's NCAA Division II intercollegiate baseball team for the 2014 season should plan to attend the open tryout. For more information, please contact the Pioneer coaching staff.

Below are links to medical forms and information necessary for all enrolled student-athletes at Cal State East Bay. Further questions about these forms should be directed to the Athletic Training staff.

Printout of your Fall 2013 Class Schedule (please ensure your name and NetID are included)
Physical Exam Physician Form: PDF | Word
Medical History Form: PDF
Insurance Information Form: PDF | Word
Sickle Cell Trait Fact Sheet: PDF 
Sickle Cell Information Form: PDF

Go Pioneers!

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