Category Archives: baseball

Job announcement: Certified Athletic Trainer – Blue Mountain Community College

Blue Mountain Community College seeks an energetic, enthusiast person to serve as our Certified Athletic Trainer.  This position provides is responsible for delivering the six domains of athletic training (Prevent, Protect, Evaluate, Assess, Rehabilitate, and Counsel) to all athletic programs at BMCC.

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Former Shoreline Dolphin Henry McAree Selected by the Miami Marlins

Former Shoreline Dolphins Baseball Player Henry McAree was recently selected in the 2017 MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins in the 29th round.

McAree had a dominant Shoreline career which was capped off by an NWAC All Region Second Team Award in 2015. 

He was a two-year starter for the Dolphins compiling an 8-5 record with a 2.51 ERA in 111.2 innings, appearing 17 times with 15 starts and one save. He struck out 128 batters and only walked 44.

McAree threw a 7 inning no-hitter on May 11, 2013.

Following Shoreline, He pitched two seasons for Lewis-Clark State. In 2016, he had a solid season with a 8-0 record and a 3.00 ERA. The eight wins ranked second on the team.

He made 14 appearances, all but one in relief. McAree pitched 39 innings and gave up 34 hits and 13 earned runs, struck out 42 and walked only 9.

His top performance came against the College of Idaho on April 9 when he allowed just two hits over five innings. He also struck out four and walked one.

In 2017 McAree posted a 2.74 ERA over 23 inning pitched with 38 strikeouts and just 6 walks. Opponents hit just .125 off the 6’2" right hander.

McAree signed with the Marlins in June and was in fact recently promoted from the Gulf Coast League to Class A Short Season Batavia, a minor league affiliate of the Miami Marlins.

Edmonds standout Zach Needham selected by Seattle Mariners

Edmonds Community College infielder Zach Needham was selected in the 2017 Major League Baseball first-year player draft on Wednesday, June 14.

The sophomore was taken in the 40th round and becomes the 70th Triton baseball player drafted from the college.

The Puyallup High School product had a huge year for Edmonds CC after recovering from injuries in his freshman campaign, and this past fall.

Needham led the NWAC regular season in home runs (10) and RBI (55), and was fifth in batting average (.373). He has received a number of awards recognizing his performance on the field this year: Triton Baseball MVP, Triton Athletics Male Athlete of the Year, ABCA Pacific Association All-NWAC 1st-team infielder, and the Baden Sports NWAC Player of the Year.

image of Zach Needham in action
Zach Needham was drafted by the Seattle Mariners on June 14

Needham has already signed a scholarship to the University of Houston, a NCAA D-I school that competes in the American Athletic Conference. The Cougars, who tallied 42 wins this spring and took the regular season and conference tournament title, hosted an NCAA Regional for the second time in three years this spring and were one run short of heading to the Super Regional round.

Right-handed pitcher Alec Kisena was the last Triton to be taken in the draft when he was picked by the Detriot Tigers in 2015 (16th round).

 

Former Lane Titan Kyle Beam Signs with Milwaukee Brewers

image of Kyle Beam

By ODU Athletics

NORFOLK, Va. — Old Dominion catcher Kyle Beam has signed a professional contract with the Milwaukee Brewers organization as an undrafted free agent, the team announced this week.

Beam started 54 games during his two-year ODU career after transferring from Lane Community College prior to his junior season. A career .222 hitter, the Oregon native hit seven home runs and knocked in 30 RBIs during his tenure at Old Dominion.

This past season, Beam hit .225 with three doubles, three home runs and eight RBIs.

Beam’s signing gives the Monarchs a total of four players who are set to join MLB clubs this summer. Beam joins Zach Rutherford (6th Round, Tampa Bay Rays), Jared Young (15th Round, Chicago Cubs) and Adam Bainbridge (30th Round, Kansas City Royals).

Lane pitchers Keith, Crowson selected in MLB draft

By Steve Mims | The Register-Guard

June 15, 2017

Pro scouts and college coaches weren’t looking for Kyle Keith in Casper, Wyo. during his senior season at Kelly Walsh High School.

With no scholarship offers to play baseball, Keith headed to Lane Community College, where he earned opportunities to continue his baseball career at the college, and subsequently, pro levels.

Keith was drafted in the 22nd round of the Major League Baseball amateur baseball draft Wednesday by Texas. The 22-year old expects to turn down a scholarship offer to Southern Mississippi to join the Rangers, who would likely send him to play this summer with Spokane in the Northwest League.

“I’m pretty confident I am going to sign,” he said.

Keith, a 6-foot, 180-pound right-handed pitcher, went 5-4 with a 2.86 ERA while striking out 66 batters in 66 innings as a sophomore with the Titans. He was the No. 674 overall pick in the draft.

“I never thought pro baseball would be an option for me until the last five or six months, when teams started coming in heavy,” Keith said. “My time at LCC let me realize this was possible.”

LCC had a second player drafted when Monroe High School graduate Austin Crowson went in the 26th round to the New York Yankees. The 6-foot-5 left-hander went 6-2 with a 2.11 ERA as a sophomore while striking out 77 in 72?1/3 innings.

Former LCC catcher Trevor Casanova was picked in the 14th round by Seattle. The 6-foot sophomore transferred to El Camino (Calif.) College this season and hit .390 with eight homers.

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Douglas College: Remembering Shawn

This Thankful Thursday we are thankful for all of those who work diligently to ensure our programs run smoothly. In particular, we’d like to recognize Shawn.

Shawn was a member of the Cantrail Coach Lines Ltd team that transported our softball and baseball teams to away games and back. He was very much a part of the Softball team’s 32-0 regular season run. However, Shawn tragically passed away a week before the NWAC Championships.

In memory of him, the team had his name patched onto their jerseys for the Championships. Although Shawn may not have been a part of Douglas College, he was a Royal through and through. Thank you for everything Shawn, rest in peace. #PrideisForever #BleedGreen

ABCA Announces 2017 Rawlings Pacific Association Division Baseball All-American Teams




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The American Baseball Coaches Association released the 2017 ABCA/Rawlings Pacific Association Division All-America teams on Thursday. The Pacific Association Division is comprised of junior colleges from the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) and the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC).

ABCA/Rawlings All-Region first-team selections, which were announced on Wednesday, were nominated for All-America honors. In all divisions, the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Teams will be announced on Wednesday, June 21, and the ABCA Players of the Year will be announced Wednesday, June 28.

The selection process is led by the ABCA Pacific Association Division All-America Committee, which is chaired by Paul Moore of the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association and includes Mark Yoshino of Bellevue College in Washington and former coach Larry Quirico.

The ABCA All-America team was first recognized in 1949 and now includes nine divisions: NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA Divisions I, II and III, Pacific Association Division, and high school. ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove teams were first recognized in 2007.

The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its over 8,000 members represent all 50 states and 25 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association membership has broadened to include eight divisions: NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA, Pacific Association Division, High School and Youth. The 74th annual ABCA Convention will be held Jan. 4-7, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

About Rawlings
Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. is an innovative manufacturer and marketer of sporting goods worldwide. Founded in 1887, Rawlings is an authentic global sports brand, trusted by generations of athletes of all skill levels. Rawlings’ unparalleled quality, innovative engineering and expert craftsmanship are the fundamental reasons why more professional athletes, national governing bodies and sports leagues choose Rawlings. Rawlings is the Official Ball Supplier and Batting Helmet of Major League Baseball®, the official baseball of Minor League Baseball™ and the NCAA®, and the approved baseball, basketball, football and softball of the National High School Federation®. For more information, please visit Rawlings.com or by phone at (314) 819-2800.

See Also: ABCA/Rawlings Pacific Association Division All-Region Teams

2017 ABCA/Rawlings All-America Teams
Pacific Association All-America First Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Trevor Casanova So. El Camino CA
1B Ryder Kuhns So. Santa Rosa CA
IF Travis Moniot So. Orange Coast CA
IF Zach Needham So. Edmonds WA
IF Collin Runge So. Chemeketa OR
OF Ryan Ruley So. Ohlone CA
OF Cole Mckenzie Fr. Yakima Valley WA
OF Cole Kleszcz Fr. Canyons CA
P Taylor Rashi So. El Camino CA
P Alex Patterson So. Delta CA
P Andrew Quezada So. Cypress CA
RP Clayton Andrews So. Cabrillo CA
 
Pacific Association All-America Second Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C JT Strickler Fr. Lower Columbia WA
1B Vincent Byrd II So. Long Beach City CA
IF Kyle Barret So. Skyline CA
IF Marcus Chiu So. Marin CA
IF Austin Shenton Fr. Bellevue WA
OF Carson McCusker Fr. Folsom Lake CA
OF Ryan McSwain So. Skyline CA
OF Joey Cooper So. Palomar CA
P Hunter French Fr. Columbia Basin WA
P Curtis Bafus So. Everett WA
P Brett de Geus So. Cabrillo CA
RP Ryan Semon Fr. Palomar CA
 
Pacific Association All-America Third Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Thaddeus Phillips So. Ohlone CA
1B Peyton Cordova-Smith So. Everett WA
1B Jeremy Conant So. Pasadena City CA
IF Derek Molina So. Merced CA
IF Kyle Callahan So. Victor Valley CA
IF Alex McGarry Fr. Tacoma WA
IF Andres Kim So. Pasadena City CA
OF David Maldonado So. Grossmont CA
OF Cabot Van Til So. Grossmont CA
OF Auston Chastain So. Sacramento City CA
P Chase Gardner So. Marin CA
P Justin Dehn So. Canyons CA
P Garrett Westberg So. Tacoma WA
RP Trevor Wells Fr. Linn-Benton OR

ABCA Announces 2017 Rawlings Pacific Association Division Baseball All-Region Teams




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The 2017 ABCA/Rawlings Pacific Association Division All-Region teams have been announced in all three regions. The selection process is led by the ABCA Pacific Association Division All-America Committee, which is chaired by Paul Moore of the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association.

The Pacific Association Division is comprised of junior colleges from the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) and the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC).

ABCA/Rawlings All-Region first-team selections are nominated for ABCA/Rawlings All-America honors, which will be released on Thursday, June 1. ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove winners for the Pacific Association Division will be announced on June 21 and the ABCA National Player of the Year will be announced on June 28.

The ABCA All-America team was first recognized in 1949 and now includes nine divisions: NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA Divisions I, II and III, Pacific Association Division, and high school. ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove teams were first recognized in 2007.

The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its over 8,000 members represent all 50 states and 25 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association membership has broadened to include eight divisions: NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA, Pacific Association Division, High School and Youth. The 74th annual ABCA Convention will be held Jan. 4-7, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

About Rawlings
Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. is an innovative manufacturer and marketer of sporting goods worldwide. Founded in 1887, Rawlings is an authentic global sports brand, trusted by generations of athletes of all skill levels. Rawlings’ unparalleled quality, innovative engineering and expert craftsmanship are the fundamental reasons why more professional athletes, national governing bodies and sports leagues choose Rawlings. Rawlings is the Official Ball Supplier and Batting Helmet of Major League Baseball®, the official baseball of Minor League Baseball™ and the NCAA®, and the approved baseball, basketball, football and softball of the National High School Federation®. For more information, please visit Rawlings.com or by phone at (314) 819-2800.

2017 Northern California-ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Teams
Pacific Association Northern California All-Region First Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Thaddeus Phillips So. Ohlone CA
1B Ryder Kuhns So. Santa Rosa CA
IF Kyle Barret So. Skyline CA
IF Marcus Chiu So. Marin CA
IF Derek Molina So. Merced CA
OF Ryan Ruley So. Ohlone CA
OF Carson McCusker Fr. Folsom Lake CA
OF Ryan McSwain So. Skyline CA
P Alex Patterson So. Delta CA
P Brett de Geus So. Cabrillo CA
P Chase Gardner So. Marin CA
RP Clayton Andrews So. Cabrillo CA
 
Pacific Association Northern California All-Region Second Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Jared Denning Fr. Solano CA
1B A.J. Curtis Fr. Ohlone CA
IF Sawyer Pittman So. Reedley CA
IF Steve Nice So. Chabot CA
IF Anders Green So. San Mateo CA
OF Auston Chastain So. Sacramento City CA
OF Domonique Hernandez So. Cerro Coso CA
OF Eric Carlson Fr. Lassen CA
P Nate McGhee So. Merced CA
P Carlos Jimenez So. Ohlone CA
P Eric Schreter So. Butte CA
RP Joe Riley So. Reedley CA
 
No. California Position Player of the Year: Ryan Ruley, So., OF, Ohlone

No. California Pitcher of the Year: Alex Patterson, So., Delta

 

2017 Southern California-ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Teams
Pacific Association Southern California All-Region First Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Trevor Casanova So. El Camino CA
1B Vincent Byrd II So. Long Beach City CA
IF Travis Moniot So. Orange Coast CA
IF Kyle Callahan So. Victor Valley CA
IF Andres Kim So. Pasadena City CA
OF Cole Kleszcz Fr. Canyons CA
OF Joey Cooper So. Palomar CA
OF David Maldonado So. Grossmont CA
P Andrew Quezada So. Cypress CA
P Taylor Rashi So. El Camino CA
P Justin Dehn So. Canyons CA
RP Ryan Semon Fr. Palomar CA
 
Pacific Association Southern California All-Region Second Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Anthony Lepre So. Canyons CA
1B Jeremy Conant So. Pasadena City CA
IF John Jensen Fr. Santa Barbara CA
IF Ryan Mota So. Riverside City CA
IF Antonio Monroy So. Long Beach City CA
OF Cabot Van Til So. Grossmont CA
OF Sloan Blanscet Fr. San Diego Mesa CA
OF Cristian Montes So. Glendale CA
P Cassius Hamm So. El Camino CA
P Tom Wilson So. LA Pierce CA
P Blake Tuthill So. Riverside City CA
RP James Giambalvo So. Glendale CA
 
So. California Position Player of the Year: Trevor Casanova, So., C, El Camino
So. California Pitcher of the Year: Taylor Rashi, So., El Camino
  
2017 Northwest-ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Teams
Pacific Association Northwest All-Region First Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C JT Strickler Fr. Lower Columbia WA
IF Zach Needham So. Edmonds WA
IF Collin Runge So. Chemeketa OR
IF Austin Shenton Fr. Bellevue WA
IF Peyton Cordova-Smith So. Everett WA
IF Alex McGarry Fr. Tacoma WA
OF Cole Mckenzie Fr. Yakima Valley WA
OF Isaiah Hatch So. Columbia Basin WA
OF Trent Tinglestad Fr. Everett WA
OF Brett Bafaro Fr. Clackamas OR
DH Parker Depasquale So. Yakima Valley WA
UT Mac McCarty So. Pierce WA
P Hunter French Fr. Columbia Basin WA
P Curtis Bafus So. Everett WA
P Garrett Westberg So. Tacoma WA
P Gerald Hein Fr. Yakima Valley WA
RP Trevor Wells Fr. Linn-Benton OR
 
Pacific Association Northwest All-Region Second Team
Pos. Player Cl. School State
C Austin Pinorini So. Bellevue WA
IF Ricky Muzzy Fr. Lower Columbia WA
IF Michael Wyatt So. Columbia Basin WA
IF Cody Banks Fr. Big Bend WA
IF Jacob Prater So. Everett WA
IF Rylan Cratsenberg Fr. Pierce WA
IF Colin Cinkovich So. Yakima Valley WA
OF Taylor Adams So. Tacoma WA
OF Mason Cerrillo So. Bellevue WA
OF Dustin Yates Fr. Spokane WA
OF Kory Longaker So. Shoreline WA
DH Joshua Congdon Fr. Linn-Benton OR
UT Blake Mallory Fr. Pierce WA
P Dylan Pearce So. SW Oregon OR
P Dalton Chapman So. Everett WA
P Taylor Davis So. Lower Columbia WA
P Nick Flesher Fr. Spokane WA
 
Northwest Position Player of the Year: Zach Needham, So., IF, Edmonds
Northwest Pitcher of the Year: Hunter French, Fr., Columbia Basin

NWAC Announces 2017 Baseball All-NWAC and Gold Glove Teams





Baseball All-Region Graphic

VANCOUVER, WA. — The Northwest Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2017 Baseball All-NWAC and Gold Glove Teams.

Print Version: All-NWAC | ALL-NWAC GOLD GLOVE [PDF]

BASEBALL ALL-NWAC
Most Valuable Player: Zach Needham, SO, Edmonds

FIRST TEAM

INFIELDERS
Collin Runge,SO, Chemeketa
Austin Shenton, FR, Bellevue
Peyton Cordova-Smith, SO, Everett
Alex McGarry, FR, Tacoma
Ricky Muzzy, FR, Lower Columbia

OUTFIELDERS
Cole Mckenzie, FR, Yakima Valley
Isaiah Hatch, SO, Columbia Basin
Trent Tinglestad, FR, Everett
Brett Bafaro, FR, Clackamas

PITCHERS
Hunter French, FR, Columbia Basin
Curtis Bafus, SO, Everett
Garrett Westberg, SO, Tacoma
Gerald Hein, FR, Yakima Valley

RELIEF PITCHER
Trevor Wells, FR, Linn-Benton

CATCHER
JT Strickler, FR, Lower Columbia

DESIGNATED HITTER
Parker Depasquale, SO, Yakima Valley

UTILITY
Mac McCarty, SO, Pierce

SECOND TEAM

INFIELDERS
Michael Wyatt, SO, Columbia Basin
Cody Banks, FR, Big Bend
Jacob Prater, SO, Everett
Rylan Cratsenberg, FR, Pierce
Colin Cincovich, SO, Yakima Valley

OUTFIELDERS
Taylor Adams, SO, Tacoma
Mason Cerrillo, SO, Bellevue
Dustin Yates, FR, Spokane
Kory Longaker, SO, Shoreline

PITCHERS
Dylan Pearce, SO, SW Oregon
Dalton Chapman, SO, Everett
Taylor Davis, SO, Lower Columbia
Nick Flesher, FR, Spokane

RELIEF PITCHER
Blake Mallory, FR, Pierce

CATCHER
Austin Pinorini, SO, Bellevue

DESIGNATED HITTER
Joshua Congdon, FR, Linn-Benton

UTILITY
Jace Mckinney, SO, Mt. Hood

ALL-NWAC GOLD GLOVE

1B – Derek Ridgway, SO, Southwestern Oregon
2B – Jack Kennelly, FR, Bellevue
3B – Colin Cincovich, SO, Yakima Valley
SS – Jordan Ross, SO, Spokane
OF – Griffen Halle, SO, Columbia Basin
OF – Guthrie Morrison, FR, Edmonds
OF – Kory Longaker, SO, Shoreline
C – Rylee Peterson, FR, Spokane
P – Curtis Bafus, SO, Everett

NWAC Announces 2017 Spring Academic Excellence awards




Spring Sports Graphic

The NWAC is please to announce the 2017 spring Academic Excellence award winners.

To qualify an athlete must meet the following requirements:

  • Sophomore in Eligibility
  • Minimum of 36 Credits Earned
  • 3.25 Cumulative GPA or better
  • Recommended by the College

Print Version: Baseball | Golf | Softball | Tennis | Track & Field

BASEBALL
NAME COLLEGE
Levi Abrahamson Treasure Valley
Taylor Adams Tacoma
David Becker Shoreline
Justin Bennett Southwestern Oregon
Jacob Bosence Big Bend
Kyle Bosworth Pierce
Taylor Brooks Walla Walla
Davis Carlsen Southwestern Oregon
Charles Carmichael Skagit Valley
Mason Cerillo Bellevue
Nickolas Chaffin Grays Harbor
Dante Check Skagit Valley
Micah Chinen Edmonds
Corey Conklin Lower Columbia
Ryan Connor Tacoma
Conner Corpus Southwestern Oregon
Beau Crouch Mt. Hood
Austin Crowson-Burgess Lane
Taylor Davis Lower Columbia
Brandon Desjardins Spokane
Larry Dewitt Walla Walla
Kyle Eichmeier Big Bend
Mason Elliot Tacoma
Austin Francis Big Bend
Ryan Fredrickson Skagit Valley
Takashi Fujiwara Green River
Tannar Galey Linn-Benton
Anthony Garcia Lower Columbia
Connor Gilham Chemeketa
Samuel Glowicki Big Bend
Jacob Gotchall Olympic
Ryan Gotchall Olympic
Kaleb Granger Big Bend
Connor Green Olympic
Stephen Hansen Skagit Valley
Isaiah Hatch Columbia Basin
Robert Heiberg Walla Walla
Richard Hekker Big Bend
Matthew Henckel Tacoma
Liam Herlihy Wenatchee Valley
Blake Herman Clackamas
Casey Higginbotham Blue Mountain
Lucas Howard Southwestern Oregon
Trevor Huddleston Lower Columbia
Garrett Hull Spokane
Michael Hults Chemeketa
Zach Johnson Clark
Brad Johnson Skagit Valley
Cole Jones Treasure Valley
Josh Kallstrom Big Bend
Kendall Kitts Wenatchee Valley
Doug Knight Skagit Valley
Kash Koltermann Bellevue
Bransen Krebs Big Bend
Joshua Kutzke Walla Walla
Chase Labbe Blue Mountain
Rob Lawler Edmonds
Zace Lewis Wenatchee Valley
Jacob Lundin Big Bend
Jeffery Lusinik Tacoma
Reid Magnaghi Walla Walla
Colton Mahovlich Big Bend
Trenton McGahan Southwestern Oregon
Jace McKinney Mt. Hood
MacIntyre McMarty Pierce
Griffin Meyers Edmonds
Christian Miller Edmonds
Noah Minnick Centralia
Jason Mustappa Spokane
Ikaika Nahaku Green River
Jaryn Nakamoto Pierce
Zach Needham Edmonds
Max Ouwehand Walla Walla
Matthew Palmer Blue Mountain
Tyler Parsons Lower Columbia
Aaron Patterson Everett
Peter Perkins Tacoma
Rylee Peterson Spokane
Austin Pinorini Bellevue
Garrett Porter Pierce
Jacob Prater Everett
Todd Reese Lower Columbia
Derek Ridgway Southwestern Oregon
Jake Roes Lower Columbia
Jared Rogers Blue Mountain
Tyler Roper Treasure Valley
Brent Rosman Big Bend
Tanner Roundy Columbia Basin
Collin Runge Chemeketa
Adam Scalisi Green River
Rodney Scarver Blue Mountain
Christopher Schasteen Skagit Valley
Josh Schempp Yakima Valley
Garrett Schmerer Spokane
Tanner Schwartz Wenatchee Valley
Jerred Seamons Treasure Valley
Wyatt Segle Skagit Valley
Lenny Smith Green River
Garrett Smith Tacoma
Lawney Staggs Big Bend
Dane Stapley Clark
Jordan Stoner Tacoma
Nick Strange Tacoma
Joshua Swanson Pierce
Ben Tabaracci Spokane
Nick Tabura Lower Columbia
Colin Tate Big Bend
Josh Thompson Bellevue
Andrew Thorud Mt. Hood
Kordell Vasbinder Chemeketa
Cooper Webster Lane
Dakota Weindel Yakima Valley
Wyatt Wentz Columbia Basin
Connor White Columbia Basin
Zach Withrow Grays Harbor
Michael Wyatt Columbia Basin
Tyson Yamane Big Bend

GOLF
NAME COLLEGE SPORT
Robin Fletcher Centralia Women’s Golf
Kayla Olson Columbia Basin Women’s Golf
Zoe Wilson Columbia Basin Women’s Golf
Jasmine Hansgen Highline Women’s Golf
Hailey Johnson Highline Women’s Golf
Karly Easterday Olympic Women’s Golf
Jordyn Ahrens Southwestern Oregon Women’s Golf
Raelyn Lambert Southwestern Oregon Women’s Golf
Megan Cysewski Spokane Women’s Golf
Haley Rotchford Spokane Women’s Golf
Maddison Woody Walla Walla Women’s Golf
William Mansfield Bellevue Men’s Golf
Tyler Azevedo North Idaho Men’s Golf
Jackson Shaver North Idaho Men’s Golf
Mason Dieter Skagit Valley Men’s Golf
Derrick Phelps Spokane Men’s Golf
Zachary Adams Walla Walla Men’s Golf
Dillon George Walla Walla Men’s Golf
Jacob Girard Walla Walla Men’s Golf
Tucker Keyes Walla Walla Men’s Golf
Lauri Malinen Walla Walla Men’s Golf

SOFTBALL
NAME COLLEGE
Courtney Adams Spokane
Alexandrea Allen Yakima Valley
Emily Aspden North Idaho
Laura Baldry Douglas
Madisen Baldwin Mt. Hood
Cierra Barkis Bellevue
Tori-Anne Baysa Skagit Valley
Megan Berrigan Clackamas
Bobbi Bertsch Southwestern Oregon
Emily Bishop Pierce
Morgan Bluemer Skagit Valley
Emma Bollinger Edmonds
Sarah Bonner Blue Mountain
Samantha Boyce Lower Columbia
Shelby Buchheit Chemeketa
Shania Carlisle Yakima Valley
Kendra Cleaver Yakima Valley
Kathy Cousins Yakima Valley
Ashley Dugan Clackamas
Melissa Elk Edmonds
Tayler Finch Southwestern Oregon
Hailee Fischer Clackamas
Ashley Fislar Chemeketa
Savannah Fleming Big Bend
Cheyanne Garcia Shoreline
Alyssa Giesbers Shoreline
Jessica Glacken Centralia
Savanna Gusman Highline
Josie Guzman Chemeketa
Kolby Hamilton Douglas
Kaylee Harteloo Clark
Megan Henshaw Chemeketa
Debra Henze Treasure Valley
Ashley Hicks Walla Walla
Sarah Hoechlin Clark
Brittany Hosley Big Bend
Reagan Ingersoll Edmonds
Kamryn Kanae Edmonds
Kearney Kelly North Idaho
Mackenzie Kluken Clackamas
Allison Kopczynski Wenatchee Valley
Pashence Korten Big Bend
Kylee Lambert Wenatchee Valley
Kelly Madison Olympic
Karly Malcolm Wenatchee Valley
Nicole Manlow Grays Harbor
Emily Martin Chemeketa
Allie McCain Clark
Maria Mendez Lower Columbia
Kaelynn Miller Clackamas
Madilyn Naccarato Spokane
Maddy Newkirk Mt. Hood
Mackenzie Olson Centralia
Victoria O’Neill Clackamas
Lyndzie Parker Walla Walla
Madison Plummer Clark
Alexis Pruneda Wenatchee Valley
Analisa Raynor North Idaho
Katelyn Rossback Southwestern Oregon
Hannah Rothwell Lower Columbia
Josephine Schultz Spokane
Kathryn Sinn Bellevue
Natalie Spencer Southwestern Oregon
Presley Turin Clackamas
Karissa Valdez Columbia Basin
Hannah VanDomelen Clackamas
Mandy Warner Skagit Valley
Allison Wedgworth Blue Mountain
Kirstin Wert Treasure Valley
Anna Williams Walla Walla
Amber Writer Wenatchee Valley
Brooke Writer Wenatchee Valley
Jamie Yurick North Idaho
Katie Zook Clackamas

TENNIS
NAME COLLEGE SPORT
Hikaru Gushiken Bellevue Men’s Tennis
Mohammad Khan Skagit Valley Men’s Tennis
Marshall Hiatt Treasure Valley Men’s Tennis
Moriah Austin Bellevue Women’s Tennis
Anelise Goodall Spokane Women’s Tennis
Miranda Jackson Spokane Women’s Tennis
Emma Farmer Treasure Valley Women’s Tennis

TRACK & FIELD
NAME COLLEGE SPORT
Chelsea Bone Clackamas Women’s Track & Field
Parker Bowden Spokane Men’s Track & Field
Daniel Carrier Clackamas Men’s Track & Field
Anna Cartee Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Diamond Carter Olympic Women’s Track & Field
Isabel Clark Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Katie Collins Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Sadie Dalgleish Clark Women’s Track & Field
Charles Gilpin Clackamas Men’s Track & Field
Dominic Giordano Spokane Men’s Track & Field
Grace Hermann Southwestern Oregon Women’s Track & Field
Meg Jackson Lane Women’s Track & Field
Griffin Johnson Clackamas Men’s Track & Field
Brian Johnston Olympic Men’s Track & Field
Tammy Kayongo Olympic Women’s Track & Field
Aysia Killingbeck Clackamas Women’s Track & Field
Elisha Lee Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Kaylee Marquardt Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Lyubov Meksheneva Clark Women’s Track & Field
Frank Mills Clackamas Men’s Track & Field
Alex Morris Green River Men’s Track & Field
Stephano Musa Green River Men’s Track & Field
Daniel Nehnevaj Clark Men’s Track & Field
Teagan Osborne Spokane Men’s Track & Field
Jazzman Rowland Clark Women’s Track & Field
Megan Russell Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Daschele Sauls Green River Women’s Track & Field
Jeanna Segaline Spokane Women’s Track & Field
Mikena Shay Lane Women’s Track & Field
Elmer Shelevy Lane Men’s Track & Field
Katelyn Sherick Green River Women’s Track & Field
Quentin Sills Clark Men’s Track & Field
Stormy Silver Southwestern Oregon Women’s Track & Field
Jerremy Smith Clackamas Men’s Track & Field
Monica Smitha Olympic Women’s Track & Field
Pavel Specht Lane Men’s Track & Field
Asia Tatum Olympic Women’s Track & Field
Wyatt Thompson-Siporen Lane Men’s Track & Field
Caley Trimble Southwestern Oregon Women’s Track & Field
Tupre Wickliff Clark Men’s Track & Field
Stephanie Wright Spokane Women’s Track & Field