Fresno State opens the 2013 season on Friday night in the first of three games this weekend against UCSB at Beiden Field.
Ryan Overland and Erik Wetzel, who both were part of the Bulldogs' 2008 national championship team, have joined Mike Batesole and the Fresno State baseball program in new roles.
Fresno State's Aaron Judge rallied to win the 2012 TD Ameritrade College Baseball Home Run Derby.
Fresno State outfielder Aaron Judge was one of eight college baseball players selected to participate in next week's TD Ameritrade College Baseball Home Run Derby.
A variety of baseball camps and sessions are scheduled for the summer months at Beiden Field. Early bird registration discounts are available until Sunday.
Ryan Overland enters his second season as an assistant coach for Fresno State and sixth as a Division I coach.
Overland, who has a long history with Fresno State, served as the Bulldogs' volunteer assistant coach in 2012 and intern in 2011. He grabbed his first full-time assistant coaching position at Nevada in the fall of 2012 before rejoining Fresno State for the 2013 season.
While serving as graduate assistant at South Dakota State (2009-10), Overland was the hitting and catching coach. Overland helped lead the Jackrabbits to a regular season Summit League Championship in 2010 after finishing the season with a 39-21 mark.
Under Overland, the Jackrabbits were first in the league in batting average (.350) in 2010 and set new school records in team hits, runs scored, doubles and wins. Eight all-league student-athletes were produced under him.
He earned at Master's in Health, Physical Educations and Recreation from South Dakota State in 2010.
A former Fresno State player, Overland was a catcher on the 2008 National Championship team. In his career as a Bulldog, he played in over 180 games, won three WAC Championships and a National Championship.
Overland earned his Bachelor's degree in Communications Studies from Fresno State in 2008.