Two-Time CWS Champion Oregon State Becomes Diamond Kinetics Premier Collegiate Partner

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PITTSBURGH(2 min read) Diamond Kinetics is very pleased to welcome two-time College World Series Champion & consensus 2017 preseason Top 10 team Oregon State as our newest Premier Collegiate Partner, powered by SwingTracker.

Under the guidance of four-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year Pat Casey, the Beavers have won nearly 800 games including four CWS appearances and 10 NCAA postseason appearances, highlighted by back-to-back National Championships in 2006 and 2007.

“We’re pleased to have Diamond Kinetics as a partner of Oregon State baseball. In terms of helping our guys improve and understand the swing, they certainly bring a lot of information to the table that we’ve never really had available before. I’m happy to have them aboard and look forward to seeing what our guys can do with their technology.” – Oregon State Head Coach Pat Casey 

During Casey’s tenure, Oregon State players have been named an All-American a total of 22 times, including a school-record four in 2006. Since 2005, the first of a school-record 12 consecutive winning seasons, the Beavers have totaled 494 wins, the second-best mark in the conference.

Oregon State has averaged 41 wins per season over that stretch, one of just two teams in the league to lay claim to that fact. In conference play, since 2005, the Beavers have won 200 games, or nearly 17 per season. Again, Oregon State is one of just two Pac-12 programs to hit that mark.

Having Diamond Kinetics partner with Oregon State and provide the very best in cutting-edge swing technology is going to be extremely beneficial to our players and our program. The name of the game is steady improvement, day in and day out. SwingTracker gives us the instant feedback that we as coaches can then turn into valuable insight for our players.”  – Andy Jenkins, Oregon State Assistant Coach

Oregon State begins 2017 ranked in the Top 10 of each of the six major preseason polls, ranking as high as No. 5 by Collegiate Baseball.

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