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2016-17 Sierra College Raffle Winners are:

1st place – Rainie Hall
2nd place – Alma Ek
3rd place – Nicole Bruce
University of Connecticut logoSierra College Baseball would like to congratulate Jeffrey Kersten on signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at UCONN in the Spring of 2018. Kersten was a 2nd Team All-Big 8 Selection a year ago, after he posted a 5-2 record with a 2.98 ERA.

Recent Alumni

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Blake Grant-Parks celebratesFormer Sierra College Wolverine catcher Blake Grant-Parks celebrates with his teammates as his Tampa Bay Rays minor league teams captures the League Championship.

Blake played on our 2012 Final 4 team and our 2013 Big 8 Champion team. He was a California JC All-American in 2013.

Dalton BlaserDalton Blaser from Roseville High School also played two seasons for the Sierra College Wolverines. Dalton earned All American honors in 2014 for Sierra and was voted the Big 8 Conference MVP that season. Dalton transferred to Cal State Fullerton and helped the Titans advance to the 2015 College World Series. His senior season at Fullerton, Dalton was voted the Big West Conference MVP and last June was drafted in the 8th round by the NY Yankees.

Bryce ReichmannLHP Bryce Reichmann from Roseville High School and Sierra College appeared in the North Carolina State regional in 2016 as a relief pitcher for St. Mary’s College. Bryce faced eventual National Champion Coastal Carolina and pitched 3 innings and struck out 5 batters. Bryce earned a scholarship to St. Mary’s after pitching two seasons at Sierra College.

Kyle Lewis, Sierra College 2B in 2014 and 2015 transferred to the University of Arizona and helped the Wildcats win the Louisiana Lafayette Regional and conquer the Mississippi State Regional earning a trip the College World Series in 2016. Lewis led off the 11th inning with a single and scored the winning run in the Mississippi State regional. Lewis played every game in Omaha and batted over .300. Arizona made it to the best of three series and lost 4-3 in the final game of the 2016 College World Series.

Sean Kenny and Carl FraticelliTwo of Coach Willson's former assistant coaches now coaching at the D1 level. Carl Fraticelli at the University of Hawaii and Sean Kenny at the University of Michigan. Coach Willson has always praised his assistant coaches for all their hard work and major contribution to his success. 

Cal State Fullerton

2014 Sierra College players Dustin Vaught (Bella Vista High School) and Dalton Blaser (Roseville High School) earned scholarships to 4-time national champion Cal State Fullerton. While at Sierra, Blaser was named as the Big 8 MVP leading Sierra in almost every offensive category. Vaught was a solid team leader who hit .344 and only struck out 4 times in 2014. Vaught and Blaser had the good fortune to play in the 2015 NCAA College World Series

University of California Irvine2013 Sierra College grad Matt Fielding (Rocklin High School) pitched at UC Irvine in the Big West Conference in 2014-15. In 2014 he had the opportunity to play in the NCAA College World Series with the Anteaters.
CSU Monterey Bay logoJosh Eagle (Deer Valley High School), who pitched at Sierra College in 2011 and 2012, was the National Pitcher of the week for the week ending May 3, 2014. He pitched the first no hitter in CSU Monterey Bay school history on Apr 27, 2014 against Cal State San Bernadino.
Washington Nationals2013 Sierra College ace RHP Andrew Cooper (Belle River, ON, Canada), who led California JC pitchers in wins during the 2013 season, was drafted out of Sierra College by the Washington Nationals in the 12th round of the MLB draft on June 6, 2013. He is currently pitching for the Nationals Single-A affiliate, the Hagerstown Suns.

University of Miami and Colorado Rockies logosAnother former Sierra College pitching standout, Eric Nedeljkovic (Folsom High School), who led the University of Miami in saves in 2013, was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 21st round that June.

Oregon State logoFormer Wolverine Max Gordon (Ashland High School, OR), transferred to Oregon State. Max was a starting outfielder for 3 years in Corvallis. He capped his Pac 10 career as a starting CF in the 2013 NCAA College World Series. The last time Oregon State played in the College World Series their starting center fielder was Chris Hopkins, also from Sierra College
Michael Proiette2014 Sierra College pitcher and Del Oro High School graduate Michael Proiette broke the record for strikeouts in a single season at Southwest Baptist University during the 2015 season
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Josh Morton Assistant Baseball Coach

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Jeff Stephens Assistant Baseball Coach

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Robert Willson Instructor/Head Baseball Coach

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Robert Willson Instructor/Head Baseball Coach

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  • 5000 Rocklin Rd.
    Rocklin, CA 95677

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