Evans signs to play varsity baseball with Murray State | Sports


After making his choice this summer, Bryson Evans officially signed with Murray State College to play baseball in the spring of 2023.

Comanche’s starting shortstop in his junior season had a batting average of 0.450 with 21 runs scored, seven runs batted in, 10 stolen goals and a homerun.

Evans, who has just completed his final year with the football team, has started the next two months to prepare for his final year with the Comanche baseball team.

Knowing the choice was easy for him, Evans felt proud to sign in front of his family, friends and coaches last Friday in the gymnasium at Comanche High School.

“It’s been a dream of mine for a long time and it’s my goal and I’ve worked on it pretty much every summer of my life,” Evans said. “I spent all my summers playing summer ball and it feels good to get rid of it.”

It was in June 2021 that he made the decision to choose the school and Evans said visiting the campus was what made the decision even easier.

“I just went there and couldn’t decide between two more years and I really love the coaches there. I went over there and watched them play an inter-team game and they played their game well, ”said Evans. “They are well trained and the guys on the team really appreciate that. I made that decision then. I really like the campus and the pitch is great there, but it’s really the coaches and some of the players that I spoke with – everyone loves it there. They said they work hard and enjoy every minute of it.

Evans’ other picks included Eastern Oklahoma State and Seminole State and he said he was glad he made that pick ahead of his football and baseball seasons.

“It was good and it was good for the football season too, to make the decision and not have to worry about anything and enjoy the senior year,” said Evans. “This is the thing I have talked about a lot – to relieve myself and enjoy the rest of my senior year.”

Comanche baseball will begin the 2022 campaign in March and Evans will return a four-year incumbent to the Indians as they prepare for the season ahead.


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