Tommy Myers named to Pitt State 2022 Hall of Fame class
Myers was an all-region and all-conference outfielder for the Gorillas
PITTSBURG, Ks. – Pitt State athletics announced it’s 2022 Hall of Fame class and former PSU baseball player and coach, Tommy Myers, is one eight individuals selected.
“To be considered for the Hall of Fame is an honor, but to get in is something I wasn’t really expecting, but obviously I’ll cherish for the rest of my life,” Myers says. “Pitt State baseball is recognized in the MIAA and beyond, so it’s just part of coach Bever’s legacy and we’re all wanting to play for him.”
Myers earned all-region and all-conference recognition in the 1998 season. He set multiple school records including career runs scored (142), single season runs scored (72) and single season home runs (21). Myers also served as the head coach of the Gorillas from 2017 to 2018.
“When you’re involved with the players and coach Bever and the rest of the staff, you just get to build bonds and friendships that you’ll have for life,” Myers says. “I think more than anything that’s what Pitt State means to me. It’s just a place where you make lifelong friends and on the baseball team I got to to do some special things with them.”
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