As Kip Carlson and Paul Andresen began delving into OSU’s baseball past in the mid-1990s, it quickly became apparent that no accurate list existed of all of the games played. Some games were reported inaccurately; others were missing all together. Over the years, those holes have been filled in, and today we’re pretty confident that the list is complete.The chronological list shows running totals for team’s record at any point in each particular season as well as their overall record since 1907. If you wanted to know that in 1918 the 10-game schedule consisted entirely of games against Willamette and the Ducks, or that the 1962 team began the season with an 18-0 record, this table is the place to look.The games played (by opponent) list shows running totals by year and overall against every team that OSU has ever played. When a college’s name changes, as many have over the years, games are listed by their present name. If you wanted to know that until the 2006 College World Series, North Carolina and OSU had never met or that when the Ducks quit playing baseball after the 1981 season, OSU owned a 151-145 edge, this table will tell you that and more.
The lists give the date of the game (year in column A and month/day, when known, in column B); game number that year and overall (columns C-D); opponent (column E); home/away/neutral site (column F); win/loss (column G); score (OSU in column H and opponent in column I).
The chronological table lists the win-loss-tie record for season to date (columns K-L-M); for 1907 to date (columns N-O-P); and for conference season to date (columns Q-R-S).
The opponent table lists the win-loss-tie record versus that opponent for the season to date (columns K-L-M) and for 1907 to date (columns N-O-P).