Oregon State University says it will begin to require all students to self-report past felony convictions and any registered sex offender status before enrolling for fall term, but will not bar them from school activities unless they pose a safety risk.
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Oregon State has arrived in Omaha, Nebraska, for the College World Series without pitcher Luke Heimlich. He didn’t make the trip after media reports revealed he had pleaded guilty to molesting a 6-year-old girl when he was a teenager. The NCAA official in charge of the event says the NCAA had no input on the decision for Heimlich to stay home. The team is the top seed in the tournament, and opens against Cal State Fullerton.
Oregon State pitcher Luke Heimlich, who as a teenager pleaded guilty to molesting a 6-year-old girl, was not taken in Major League Baseball’s draft.
Oregon State’s top pitcher, who as a teenager pleaded guilty to molesting a young girl, has released a statement saying he has asked to be excused from playing. Luke Heimlich says in the statement that he didn’t want to be a distraction to the team, which began play in the NCAA super regionals against Vanderbilt. Heimlich was cheered by the crowd at Goss Stadium when his name was announced with the rest of the Beavers in pregame introductions. He was in uniform.