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1998 Edmonds Baseball

Edmonds Community College
Class of 2016

The 1998 Edmonds Community College baseball team went 34-11 overall and won the North Region with a 19-7 league mark. The Tritons then put on an unprecedented power display in route to the NWAC championship, setting the record for most home runs in the tournament (15) and hit four round-trippers in two contests. EdCC went 4-1 at the tournament, winning by scores of 19-4, 12-5, 16-5 and 9-4. NWAC Tournament MVP Ray Vodegal set tournament marks for most runs scored (13), most RBI (19), most home runs (8) and most home runs in a game (4).

Seven players from the 1998 NWAC championship team were selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Head Coach Travis Jewett was named the NWAC and ABCA National Junior College Coach of the Year. Jewett is now the associate head coach at Vanderbilt University and helped guide the Commodores to the 2014 NCAA championship.

Head Coach: Travis Jewett
Assistant Coaches: Ryan Fox, Kevin Frady, Hank King, Ryan Reynolds

Team Members: Ian Adleberg, Nick Glaser, Levi Meseberg, Jason Bowie, Bryan Hall, Mike Mickelberry, Chad Cossette, Courtney Hall, Ryan Oase, Justin Crivello, Kevin Hara, Matt O’Brien, William Daugs, Justin Hendrickson, Chris Tavares, Dave Delafield, Dave Hoffert, Erik Thomsen, Jeremy Doane, Lon Johannes, Ray Vodegal, Lyle Gadin, Jesse Martinez, Alex Zardis, Josh Ellis, Adam McNally

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