After three prior colleges, pitcher Travis Stone has settled at Dallas Baptist University for his (redshirt) senior year.

Before graduating from Hebron High School in his hometown of Carrollton, Texas, Stone lettered all four years under the coaching of Steve Stone, who also happened to be his father. Stone held the bar high, earning a place on the First Team All-District three times, as well as being named most valuable player and pitcher of the year. He set a school record with his senior-year earned run average of 1.05.

Post-graduation stints as a relief pitcher for Stephen F. Austin University and Weatherford College saw him strike out 18 and 51 batters, respectively, as his college bio states.

Although he sat out in 2018 with a medical redshirt, his 2017 and 2019 seasons were noteworthy. As a junior in 2017, he served as a relief pitcher 29 times for a fifth-place Missouri Conference Rating. This season, he had two strikeouts in 2.0 innings against the Air Force team on March 24.

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