Mystics receiving national recognition

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BISMARCK, N.D. - The Bismarck State baseball team keeps winning games, which is the point after all.

The Mystics are 25-6 on the season. They are winners of six straight and BSC is 11-1 in games played in the Capital City.

All of that success is being noticed by the national voters and Bismarck State was 22nd in the last poll.

"It's really cool, especially when you look at who's on that list. There's teams from all over the place and we're the only one from North Dakota, and, I mean, from this area. Even so, it's really cool to get that recognition," said Alec Battest.

"It feels pretty good. We're receiving votes but I always tell the guys not to worry about the rankings. We'll just take care of it in head-to-head matchups," Ryan Moormeier.

Moormeier is hitting .494, which is second in the country. And as a team, Bismarck State is third among all Division-II teams in Junior College baseball.

"I didn't do anything. I handle the pitching. We have two great hitting guys. Coach Oliver and Coach Halloch they do a great job with our guys and we've really come together well, one through nine and even deeper than that. We have some guys on the bench that aren't getting a ton of at bats, but when they do they're doing really well too. So yes, it's been fun to watch," said Corby McGlauflin, BSC Head Coach.

McGlauflin will get to watch his Mystics on Wednesday in Devils Lake. BSC plays a doubleheader against Lake Region.