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Baylor Baseball Begins 2016 Sic’em Omaha Challenge Saturday

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Baylor baseball will host its annual Sic’em Omaha Challenge (formerly the Green-Gold World Series) over the next two weeks.  The best of five intrasquad series will take place at Baylor Ballpark and is free and open to the public.

The series starts this weekend with games on Saturday at 3 p.m. CT and Sunday at 1 p.m.  The challenge will resume next week with games on Nov. 17 at 3:30 p.m., Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. and Nov. 20 at 1 p.m.

Both teams will feature a pair of player/managers.  The Kodiaks will be headed by manager Kyle Ott and assistant coach Matt Menard, while the Grizzlies will be led by manager Troy Montemayor and assistant coach Andy Thomas.  Rosters for both squads are below.

KODIAKS

2 Steven McLean INF

8 Levi Gilcrease OF

9 Cameron Miller OF/C

10 Drew Robertson RHP

11 Tucker Johnson INF

12 Matt Menard C

15 Kyle Hill RHP

16 Joe Heineman RHP

21 Richard Cunningham OF

26 Tucker Cascadden INF

29 Alex Griggs RHP

30 Montana Parsons RHP

31 Daniel Caruso RHP

32 Ian McEachern RHP

34 Collin Sharp RHP

35 Kyle Ott RHP

37 Ryan Bertelsman OF

44 Trevor Harris OF/LHP

GRIZZLIES

1 Cole Weaver INF

3 Nick Lewis RHP

13 Hunter Seay OF/LHP

14 Josh Bissonette INF

18 Kameron Esthay OF

19 Aaron Dodson C/1B

20 T.J. Raguse OF/1B

23 Shea Langeliers C

24 Jimmy Winston RHP

25 Andy Thomas C

28 Hayden Kettler RHP/INF

33 Davis Wendzel INF

36 Troy Montemayor RHP

39 Ryan Leckich LHP

40 Alex Phillips RHP

41 Luke Boyd RHP

47 Cody Bradford LHP

50 Collin Garrett RHP

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