Honorable mention, positions players
Dave Brundage (1984-86)
The outfielder from Salem was a second-team All-American in 1986 while stealing 29 bases, an Oregon State single-season record.
Jamie Burke (1992-93)
The third baseman from Roseburg was a two-time all-Northern Division selection.
Joe Gerber (1997-2000)
The first baseman from Portland was a three-time all-conference selection and is tied with Andy Jarvis for the most career home runs in program history at 34.
Pictured: Cole Gillespie (2004-06)
The outfielder from West Linn batted .374 with 13 home runs and 57 RBIs in 2006 to earn first-team All-America honors.
Cadyn Grenier (2016-present)
The shortstop from Henderson, Nevada had a 27-game hitting streak earlier this season and is arguably the best defensive infielder in program history.
KJ Harrison (2015-17)
The infielder/catcher from Honolulu was a three-time all-Pac-12 selection and the 2015 Pac-12 freshman of the year.
Dwane Helbig (1952)
The outfielder from Portland was a second-team All-American in his lone season with Oregon State in 1952.
Kevin Hooker (1991-93, 1995)
The Crescent Valley High graduate and infielder was a three-time all-Northern Division selection.
Al Hunsinger (1980-81)
The first baseman was the 1981 Northern Division most valuable player and is fourth on OSU’s all-time home run list with 28.
Logan Ice (2014-16)
The catcher from Puyallup, Washington was the Pac-12 defensive player of the year in 2016.
Andy Jarvis (2000-03)
The first baseman from Renton, Washington is tied with Joe Gerber for the most home runs in program history at 34. Jarvis is second in RBIs (173) and third in hits (232).
Trevor Larnach (2016-present)
The outfielder from Pleasant Hill, California has a chance to break Jim Wilson's single-season home runs record of 21 as the Beavers enter the NCAA tournament.
A.J. Marquardt (1993-94)
The outfielder from Kennewick, Washington was a two-time all-Northern Division selection and is second on OSU’s all-time batting average list at .373.