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Anthony Chiusano | | July 29, 2021

Here's where US Olympic baseball team members played in college

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Baseball is back as an Olympic sport for the first time since the 2008 Games. The United States is joined by host country Japan, Dominican Republic, Israel, Mexico and South Korea in the six-team field looking to medal.

Eleven players on the 24-man United States baseball roster played collegiately at an NCAA program. North Carolina and Rutgers have two apiece, which is most among represented schools. Below is the complete roster in Tokyo, with former student-athletes noted in bold.

Nick Allen INF N/A
Eddy Alvarez INF N/A
Tyler Austin OF N/A
Shane Baz RHP N/A
Anthony Carter RHP N/A
Triston Casas INF N/A
Brandon Dickson RHP Tusculum
Tim Federowicz C North Carolina
Eric Filia OF UCLA
Todd Frazier INF Rutgers
Anthony Gose LHP N/A
Edwin Jackson RHP N/A
Scott Kazmir LHP N/A
Patrick Kivlehan OF/INF Rutgers
Mark Kolozsvary C Florida
Jack Lopez UTIL N/A
Nick Martinez RHP Fordham
Scott McGough RHP Oregon
David Robertson RHP Alabama
Joe Ryan RHP California State, Stanislaus
Ryder Ryan RHP North Carolina
Bubba Starling OF N/A
Jamie Westbrook INF/OF N/A
Simeon Woods Richardson RHP N/A

Olympic baseball competition kicked off opening round play on Wednesday, July 28 (local time). The two medal games are scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 7. Click or tap here for the official schedule and results.

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