Alumni Association sponsors baseball games

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K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors Chairman Roger McClellan '88 poses with sons Walker (with baseball) and Stratton at the K-State baseball game versus Oklahoma. Walker threw the ceremonial first pitch. (Photo: Linda Cook)

The K-State Alumni Association showed its purple pride at the ball diamond by sponsoring the series of K-State baseball games against Oklahoma May 8-10. 

The sponsorship supported K-State athletics and helped to raise awareness of the Alumni Association, which ranks No. 1 in the Big 12 based on the percentage of graduates who are members for 19 consecutive years. 

At the May 9 game, Walker McClellan, son of K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors Chairman Roger McClellan, class of 1988, threw the ceremonial first pitch, while his older brother, Stratton, looked on. Walker impressed the crowd and players with a fast pitch straight across home plate.

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Walker McClellan throws the first pitch at a K-State baseball game May 9, while his brother, Stratton, and their father, K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors Chairman Roger McClellan '88, look on. (Photo: Linda Cook)

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