Baseball adds Oklahoma outfielder to 2015 class

Hesston College baseball coach Rob Ramseyer announces Jayden Banks, an outfielder from Lawton (Okla.) High School, as the newest addition to the Larks program. Banks hit .340 and swiped 35 bases as a junior for Lawton High. He brings instant speed to the Larks lineup. “We’re excited to bring Jayden to our program,” Ramseyer said. […]

Baseball signs Georgia talent for 2015 recruiting class

Hesston College baseball coach Rob Ramseyer announces Chance Rodriguez, an infielder from Dacula (Ga.) High School, as the newest addition to the Larks program. Rodriguez hit .333 with five doubles and 20 runs scored his junior season. He is a four-year letter-winner and a 2014 second-team All-Region 8AAAAA player. Rodriguez was an honorable mention selection […]

Baseball sweeps York JV

The Hesston College baseball team earned a pair of wins (6-5, 12-5) at York (Neb.) College JV on Saturday, March 21, improving its season record to 10-9. Down 5-2 after five frames of game one, the Larks stormed back with three runs in the sixth and the game-wining run an inning later to claim the […]

Hesston back to .500 after road sweep

The Hesston College baseball team swept Wentworth Military Academy (Lexington, Mo.) (7-3, 8-3) on Tuesday, March 17, improving its season record to 8-8. In the opener, Zac Pearson (Many, La.) pitched into the fifth, allowing three runs with three punchouts to get the win. Cory Fowler (Boone, Iowa) and Nick Mitchell (Wichita, Kan.) each homered, […]

Bats come alive in nightcap

The Hesston College baseball team pounded out a 16-11 win in game two of a doubleheader versus Northern Oklahoma College – Tonkawa on Wednesday, March 11, improving the Larks to 5-7 on the year. Zac Pearson (Many, La.) had a double, a triple and six runs knocked in five at bats to lead the Hesston […]

Loutensock pitches Larks to win

The Hesston College baseball team earned a 6-0 win game two of a double header against York (Neb.) College JV on Friday, Feb. 20. Hesston freshman Collin Loutensock (West Valley, Utah) was dominant on the mound, striking out 15 in the two-hit shutout. Zac Pearson (Many, La.) went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs […]

Baseball adds three for 2015 class

Hesston College baseball coach Rob Ramseyer announces Nevin Lehman, an outfielder from Eastern Mennonite High School, Harrisonburg, Va., Isaiah Martinez, an infielder from North Crowley High School, Fort Worth, Texas, and Justin Velazquez, a catcher from the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy, Barceloneta, Puerto Rico, as the newest additions to the Larks program. “Nevin is a […]

Baseball young and talented

After ending a record setting season last year with a 28-22 mark, third-year Hesston College Baseball Coach Rob Ramseyer boasts a young and talented roster that is ready for the challenge. Leaving a bitter feeling at the end of the season, the heart breaking 1-0, 12 inning loss to Northern Oklahoma College – Enid does […]

Ramseyer announces 2014 recruiting class

Baseball coach Rob Ramseyer has announced twenty new additions to the Hesston program. The newest Larks include: Roman Arnold, RHP from Denton (Texas) High, son of Jeffrey and Rocki Arnold. Andrew Berry, C from Mulvane (Kan.) High, son of Tim and Marilyn Berry. AJ Chalupka, RHP from Flower Mound (Texas) High, son of Sandy and […]

Yoder, Ladwig Honored as Top Student Athletes

Nick Yoder, a sophomore baseball player, and Makayla Ladwig, a sophomore women’s basketball player, were named the 2014 male and female Hesston College Student Athletes of the Year. Yoder, Millersburg, Ohio, a leader among the winningest class in Hesston baseball history, battled injuries his sophomore campaign but still contributed from the shortstop position with award-winning […]

Larks capture Region VI crown with 5-3 win

The Hesston College baseball team enjoyed a notable 5-3 win over rival Brown Mackie College (Salina, Kan.) on Sunday, May 4, as the Larks earned their second Region VI title in as many years. The series-clinching win pushed Hesston’s overall record to 27-20, marking a program-best for wins in a season. Larks ace Mangin Chacon […]