2015 - 2016 Campaign
After failing to secure the At-Large Bid for the fourth spot in the North Atlantic Regional Tournament, the Nittany Lions' season came to an end. The following seniors are thanked for their time and effort into this team. Austin Thomas spent 5 years with the club, becoming an impact on and off the field once selected as a freshman. His presence, leadership, and vernacular (#SillyFire, #YeaaahDude) in and out of the dugout can not be matched. Shane McMurtry spent his freshman year on the Division II team but was soon called up to Division 1 for his quick development. Not only was his role at 3rd base one of his most important attributes to the club, but also his role as Treasurer. His commitment to this position was admirable, but what will be missed most is his quiet leadership (and desire for Pizza Hut) -- he let his actions speak on and off the field. Tyler Love was an outstanding Shortstop for State, for his batting average and fielding percentage was almost through the roof. We will miss his desire to discover Diner, Drive-Ins, and Dives restaurants on every away series and trips. Finally, Colin Ammon was an outstanding pitcher and also a great teammate, for his frequent supply of snacks and mind-bending puzzles and riddles.
We thank all those who followed and supported us throughout the season, we wish our seniors luck in their future endeavors. For the rest of us, we'll be back. #FightOnState
Couple guys being dudes at McKechnie Field on the Spring Break trip in Bradenton, Florida