Ross has more HRs than rest of Corban team combined
Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Apr 13, 2019
When it comes to who hits home runs for Corban University, there’s Ben Ross of Wasilla.
And then there’s everybody else.
The graduate student slugger went yard in three straight games recently to give him five homers for the season – more than the rest of his team combined.
The former Wasilla Legion Post 35 outfielder leads the NAIA Warriors with 11 bombs over the last two seasons.
His 16 home runs over his last three seasons are the most for a college player from Alaska since Tyler Thompson of Anchorage bashed 17 home runs from 2014 to 2016 at Pacific Lutheran University.
Ross clubbed five homers his sophomore season at Blue Mountain Community College of the NWAC.