Oklahoma State pitcher Andrew Heaney was a first-team selection Thursday on the Louisville Slugger Division I All-America team.
The junior left-hander is the first OSU baseball player named All-American since Tyler March in 2006. Heaney, who is a top prospect for the upcoming Major League Draft, finished this season with an 8-2 record and 1.60 earned run average. He threw six complete games, including three shutouts. The former Putnam City High School standout led the NCAA this season with 140 strikeouts in just 1181/3 innings.
Heaney was selected as Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Year this season.
KENNETH ROSE SERVICES SET
Funeral services for former Oklahoma City University basketball player Kenneth Rose are scheduled 1 p.m. Saturday at Southern Hills Baptist Church, 8601 S. Pennsylvania. Rose died Wednesday at age 82. The former New Lima High School athlete played at OCU under coach Doyle Parrack over the 1949-53 seasons. Rose spent 33 years in education, many as a basketball coach, in the Bethel, McLoud and Washington school systems.
Visitation with family members is 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Vondel Smith-South Lakes Funeral Home, located at 4000 SW 119.
BRYANT SETS RECORD