Coach Lance Spigner and the Rich Mountain Bucks baseball team gathered a few more commitments for the 2020 season last week. Dalton Cook, Tristan Doucet, and Cameron Patterson all committed to the Bucks.

Cook, a 6'6 first baseball from Siloam Springs High School, announced his commitment last Thursday on social media saying, "Proud to announce I will be furthering my baseball and education at UofA Rich Mountain. I would like to think Coach Spigner for the opportunity.

Tristan Doucet also announced on a social media post stating, "Proud to announce my commitment to the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain. Big thanks to Coach Spigner for this opportunity." Doucet is from Lake Arthur, Louisiana.

Cameron Patterson is a senior from Conway High School. The future Buck infielder posted on social media, "Excited to say that I have committed to play baseball and further my academic career at the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain."

Bucks Baseball is set to officially begin action in the Fall of 2020.

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