Lane Crowden will take his skill and dedication to Three Rivers Community College, beginning his collegiate baseball career in 2020-2021. Lane has excelled with the Missouri Bulls organization for years, and recently graduated from Jackson High School where he had a successful high school career as well.
Lane told us that he will always remember his years with the Missouri Bulls as the perfect balance of joking around and competitiveness between his coaches and teammates. He has enjoyed the great chemistry that he and his Bulls teammates have had and says those memories will last a lifetime.
Lane stated, "The Bulls Organization told me from Day 1 that they were going to get me to the collegiate level. That made it stressful free for me, so I put my trust in them and in the Lord and everything worked out for the best. As much as I'm going to miss the guys that I've grown up playing with, I'm looking forward to taking the next step in my game and playing alongside players who are trying to do the same."
Your Missouri Bulls family will be cheering you on next year, Lane. We are proud of you!
Bulls Senior, Zach Haygood, is heading the the mound at Three Rivers Community College later this year. Zach recently graduated from Notre Dame High School, wth a high school career ERA of 2.681. Zach has been a part of our Bulls family for years, and we are looking forward to watching him begin his college baseball career.
We recently asked Zach to tell us what he has enjoyed most about playing with the Missouri Bulls over the years. Zach said, "My favorite thing about being a Missouri Bull is all of the new friendships I have made, and I've had a lot of fun with my teammates and coaches. My many summers as a Bull have helped me in so many ways- hitting, pitching, fielding, and attitude. I seemed to take off with pitching and I've had support from my coaches and teammates, helping me succeed and reach the next level."
Haygood is looking forward to the competitive level of baseball he will play in the future. He's also looking forward to getting to know his new teammates and coaching staff. We are wishing you all the best, Zach, as you continue to work hard and do what you love.
Dalton Rudd, Missouri Bulls 2020 Senior, will be heading to Western Kentucky to play baseball this fall. Dalton recently graduated from East Carter High School, and is having an excellent season with the Missouri Bulls. We are proud of your accomplishments, Dalton, and we're cheering you on as you begin your next chapter at the collegiate level.
Bulls Senior Class of 2020, Kameron Dohogne, will be heading to Columbia College to continue his baseball career this fall. Kameron recently graduated from Notre Dame High School. He was recently named the SEMO conference pitcher of the year, All District, All Conference, as well as the Southeast Missourian male athlete of the year. We have enjoyed watching Kameron grow up on the baseball field over the years as a Missouri Bull.
Dohogne said, "My favorite thing about being a Missouri Bull is having the opportunity to play baseball at such a high level. My summers with the Bulls helped me to get to the collegiate level by getting me the visibility that I needed to be seen by the school that was meant for me."
Kameron, you have the love and support of your Bulls Family always.
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