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Larimer signs to play at North Dakota State

Former Crook County High School baseball player Jerren Larimer has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at North Dakota State University in Fargo.

North Dakota State is an NCAA Division I program which plays in the Summit League. The team finished last year with a 25-26 record and reached the NCAA playoffs, playing in the Corvallis regional.

Larimer has spent the past two season playing at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario. This year he helped lead TVCC to a 35-12 record Larimer finished the season with a .333 conference batting average and a .327 average for the season. He finished the season with 12 doubles and 21 RBIs. He walked Photo Credit: CENTRAL OREGONIAN FILE PHOTO - J.D. Larimer played two years of baseball at Treasure Valley Community College as well as playing for the Bend Elks in the summer. Larimer has signed a letter of intent to play at North Dakota State.13 times during the season and was hit by a pitch a team-high 12 times. He had 54 hits in 45 games while committing just nine errors as the teams starting third baseman. He was an NAACC Eastern Region first team all star infielder and was named to the league’s all academic team.

Larimer spent this summer playing for the Bend Elks, although he saw limited playing time.Former Crook County High School baseball player Jerren Larimer has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at North Dakota State University in Fargo.

North Dakota State is an NCAA Division I program which plays in the Summit League. The team finished last year with a 25-26 record and reached the NCAA playoffs, playing in the Corvallis regional.

Larimer has spent the past two season playing at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario. This year he helped lead TVCC to a 35-12 record Larimer finished the season with a .333 conference batting average and a .327 average for the season. He finished the season with 12 doubles and 21 RBIs. He walked 13 times during the season and was hit by a pitch a team-high 12 times. He had 54 hits in 45 games while committing just nine errors as the teams starting third baseman. He was an NAACC Eastern Region first team all star infielder and was named to the league’s all academic team.

Larimer spent this summer playing for the Bend Elks, although he saw limited playing time.



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