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Eric Vander Voort | NCAA.com | June 21, 2016

Arizona's Gieseke produces music video for CWS

OMAHA, Neb. -- Plenty of talent is on display this week at the College World Series. Even some talent off the baseball diamond.

Meet Sawyer Gieseke, a junior utility player for Arizona. He's played 17 games this season at three different positions (third base, second base and catcher), and he's a film and television major.

Geiseke has a YouTube page for his film work, which often features his Wildcat teammates.

With Arizona in Omaha, Geiseke and ESPN teammed up to produce a cover video for "This Town," a song by O.A.R. (Of a Revolution) often used on College World Series broadcasts. This version is by "Bear Down Revolution," with Bear Down being Arizona's mantra. Gieseke and his teammates went around Omaha for the video, which he produced himself. The band features teammates Robby Medel (No. 34), Michael Hoard (No. 31) and Tyler Crawford (No. 30).

Check it out:

Pretty impressive.

Geiseke and the "band" got to hang out with the ESPN crew during the rain delay before the Cats' game against Arizona on Monday.

Take a look more of Geiseke's work below.

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Division I
College World Series
June 13-23/24, 2020
TD Ameritrade Park | Omaha, NE

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