On Friday March 20, 2015 Head Baseball Coach Rob Willson earned his 500th college coaching victory as a head coach. Coach Willson credits all the outstanding assistant coaches he’s had over the years and all the great players he has been fortunate enough to have coached. Over 100 have played Division 1 baseball and over 25 have signed professional baseball contracts.
2015 saw the Wolverines get 3 players nominated to the Big 8 All Conference teams. Kyle Dixon earned 1st team honors hitting .380 in conference to go along with a team high 7 doubles. Kyle Lewis and Tyler Milani each earned 2nd team honors. Lewis hit .288 and led the team with 14 RBI. Milani posted a 1.29 ERA in 28 innings of work.
Bryce Reichmann has earned a scholarship and signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at St. Mary’s College in Moraga, CA. Bryce posted a 3.46 ERA in 67.2 innings for the Wolverines in 2015
2014 Sierra College players Dustin Vaught (Bella Vista High School) and Dalton Blaser (Roseville High School) are currently on scholarship at 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.
Another 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.
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