Washington State's Michael Weber and Seth Harvey were both picked on the final day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
Weber, and infielder, and Harvey, a right-handed pitcher, were both drafted in the 37th round (separated by just eight picks). Weber was grabbed by the Arizona Diamondbacks, while Harvey went to the Milwaukee Brewers.
WSU's Chad Arnold and Shea Vucinich drafted on Tuesday.
Two more Lewis-Clark State players were selected on Wednesday as well, bringing the total number of Warriors picked over the three day draft to seven.
First baseman Pat Murray was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 34th round, while left-handed pitcher Stephen Foster was nabbed by the Atlanta Braves in the 39th round.
Kawika Emsly-Pai (Los Angeles Angels), Tyler Knigge (Philadelphia Phillies), Josh Ashenbrenner (Detroit Tigers), Todd Muecklisch (Minnesota Twins), and Brian Burke (Minnesota Twins) were all picked on Tuesday.