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BGovs Class of 2024 College Baseball Commitments

Marcus Butts

University of Mary

Michael Fagerland

University of Mary

Isaac Mitchell

Bismarck State College


Eli Thompson

Bismarck State College


Lucas Vasey

University of Jamestown

BGovs Alumni Playing College Baseball in 2023-24
Jace Groseclose Carter Krueger

Zachary Brackin

Williston State College

Jace Groseclose

University of Jamestown

Carter Krueger

Bismarck State College

Ben Patton

Paxton Miller

University of Mary

Ben Patton

University of Jamestown

Nick Patton

Williston State College

Matthew Porter Skyler Riedinger

Isaac Pegors

University of Mary

Matthew Porter

Bismarck State College

Skyler Riedinger

North Dakota State

Parker Sagsveen

Williston State College

Caiden Schwehr

Mayville State University

Cru Walker

University of Mary






Members of the 2023 Bismarck Governors American Legion baseball team pose for a picture by 'The Road to Omaha' statue just  outside of Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, NE. Omaha has been the home of the NCAA Division I Baseball College World Series  since 1950. The BGovs participated in The Battle of Omaha College World Series Tournament June 22-26 at Omaha.

Front row (left to right): Noah Riedinger, Lucas Vasey, Carter Krueger, and Jameson Johnson. Middle row (L to R): Zachary Brackin, Jace Groseclose, Marcus Butts, Tommy Kraljic, Nick Patton, Matthew Porter, Michael Fagerland, Gavin Lill, and Parker Sagsveen. Middle row (L to R): Max Vig and Isaac Mitchell.

BGovs Alumni Coaching Baseball in 2023-24


Bird Horse, Rob - Assistant Coach, Mandan High School

Dill, Andrew - Assistant Coach, Legacy High School

Erhardt, Cody- Assistant Coach, St. Mary's Central High School

Feldman, Mike - Head Coach, St. Mary's Central High School

Hanson, Connor - Assistant Coach, St. Mary's Central High School

Irey, Quinn - Head Coach, West Fargo Horace High School

Isakson, Taylor - Assistant Coach, Century High School

Krivoruchka, Logan - Assistant Coach, Watford City High School

Olson, Troy - Assistant Coach, Century High School

Patton, Jim - Assistant Coach, Legacy High School

Przybilla, Mason - Head Coach, Williston State College

Rice, Harris - Assistant Coach, Bismarck High School

Schell, Lucas - Assistant Coach, Bismarck High School

Standing Elk, Josh - Assistant Coach, Bismarck High School

Uhler, Jackson - Assistant Coach, St. Mary's Central High School

Walsh, Hunter - Assistant Coach, Century High School

Weikum, Dawson - Assistant Coach, St. Mary's Central High School

Wolf, Shane - Junior Varsity Coach, West Fargo Sheyenne High School


Game On at Bismarck Municipal Ballpark

Bismarck Municipal Ballpark/Dakota Community Bank and Trust Field



  • $6 Adults

  • $4 Seniors

  • $4 Kids (ages 7-12)

  • Free (age 6 & Under and youth baseball players in uniform)

Q: Why does it take longer to get from second base to third base than it does from first base to second base? A: Because there is a shortstop in between. :)




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