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Bogany, Jarvis To Arizona State

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Arizona State added two more significant semester transfers, as a Sun Devils official confirmed freshman righthander Jason Jarvis had joined the program, as had former Louisiana State outfielder Jared Bogany.

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What A Way To Start

John Manuel -

Oregon State began the college baseball season--and the defense of its national championship--in style Thursday night, as four pitchers combined to no-hit Hawaii-Hilo in a 5-0 victory.Junior righthander Mike Stutes started the game and threw five innings, striking out seven. Relievers John Keller (two innings), Mark Grbavac (one inning) and Jorge Reyes (one) finished up as the Beavers allowed just two walks and struck out 11 en route to the no-hitter. It was the third no-no in Beavers history and first in 40 years (April 11, 1967 to be precise).

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Building Something New

Aaron Fitt -

Here at Baseball America, we're always looking for ways to ensure our college baseball coverage is the best on the Internet. In that spirit, we're excited to roll out our newest feature, the BA blogs. Here on the College Blog, you can expect to find up-to-the-minute news and notes, spot analysis and predictions, and my quick take on the weekend that was every Monday in Three Strikes. I hope to update the blog frequently with tidbits gleaned from coaches and scouts, as well as discussion of some of the most interesting midweek games in the nation. Some days a post might be two sentences of news and a quick thought, other days it might be a small feature story. I know us Baseball Americans tend to harp a lot on prospects and rankings, but I hope to use this blog to show some of the lighter side of college baseball, as well.

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WAC Tries To Prove It Is Part Of The Pack

Jason Pugh -Premium Content

Prior to the 2006 season, there were two constants when it came to baseball in the Western Athletic Conference—travel and Rice University. Rice is now gone, having departed the WAC for Conference USA prior to the 2006 season, but the travel remains prevalent in America's most far-flung conference.

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