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051711 Hurst Otto

The Organization

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Hurst Otto has been there from the start. The retired optometrist was one of the 12 original JUCO Committee members who brought the National Junior College World Series to Grand Junction and is the lone remaining original member on the ...


Top-ranked Central Arizona enters JUCO loaded with talent

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Expectations are always high for Central Arizona College, but this season might have been the highest yet. The top-ranked Vaqueros, who won the national title in 2002, have a large group of sophomores returning from a freshman season that ...


Whoa! Navarro pumped to be headed back to JUCO

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Finally. For the first time since the first NJCAA baseball championship tournament in Miami, Okla., Navarro (Texas) College is back in the World Series. “We’re pumped; we’re excited,” Navarro coach Whoa Dill said. ...


Targeted: Big task awaits defending champ Iowa Western

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Weight room shirts are a big deal at Iowa Western Community College. Last year, printed on the back of the shirts were simply the two run-rule scores the Reivers were handed in their short stay at the 2009 Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


SAKIC

Paralysis didn’t keep Frizzell Sr. from baseball

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Tom Frizzell Sr. loved baseball, but he wouldn’t think of going near a baseball field after a wall collapsed on him and left him paralyzed from the waist down at the age of 27. Thirty-four years and more than 600 wins later, the ...


JUCO 35 5-26

2005 winning coach enters hall

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Don’t try to tell Ray Birmingham that NCAA Division I baseball coaches have it all over their junior college counterparts. “I’m so proud to be a part of that,” said the former New Mexico Junior College coach, now the ...


JUCO Q&A: The Fun

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Mr. JUCO was an immediate hit with fans when he burst into his first game in 2007, just in time for the golden anniversary of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The tournament mascot makes his rounds during games, almost always with ...


JUCO Q&A: The Community

By Patrick Bahr

There’s no denying the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series is a part of the community. Its efforts and projects are sprinkled throughout the Grand Valley. Some of the community projects include Canyon View Park, Mesa State ...


JUCO Q&A: The Fans

By Patrick Bahr

With thousands of fans making their way through the turnstiles at Suplizio Field, the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series works hard to ensure a good fan experience. Fans should know a few things before leaving the house and heading to ...


JUCO Q&A: The Teams

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Each year, junior college baseball coaches and teams set their destination for Grand Junction. They all hope to make the trip to compete in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, but only 10 teams make it. Physically traveling to Grand ...


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