Hawks win opener for 5th straight year, squeaking by Los Medanos 3-2 in 10 innings....
The Hawks pitching and defense was mid-season form, and yet it took a 10th inning balk for the Hawks to secure their 1st victory of the year.
The Hawks opened with a bang with 2 runs scored in the 1st. But they left 6 guys on the next 3 innings and kept Los Medanos in the game. The LMC pitchers did a fantasctic job for the remainder of the game as it went extras.
Ryan Stevenson picked up the win and Matt Deane the save. The Hawks return to action Thursday 1/29 at DIablo Valley College with Devon Loomis on the hill.
Coast Conference Champs #12 Cabrillo, open season next week in the East Bay, Tues 1/27 @ Los Medanos and Thurs 1/29 @ DVC...
The Hawks start their quest for an unprecedented 3rd straight Coast Conference title, Tues 1/27 at Los Medanos. Returning 1st All Conference pitcher Ryan Capozza, will take the mound in the opener and newcomer Devon Loomis (transfer from Univ of San Francisco) will take the mound on Thursday 1/29 at Diablo Valley College.
The Hawks return many key players from last years conference champ and super regional team. Pitcher Matt Palazzo will make up the rest of the starting staff. Returners Andrew Dughi, Andy Morris and Ryan Stevenson return to to anchor the staff. Matt Deane, a key pitcher on the 2013 conference champ and super regional team also returns to the back end of games. Newcomers Kyle Cambron, Johhny Briedenthal, Thijs Teenwick and Johhny Carmona should be key members of the staff.
Lucas Hewitt and 1st teamer Matthew Valdez return from last years team, which has added many older and key players. Mark Ortiz and JQ Folena (both starters from the 2013 champions) return from injury. Scott Akrop (San Jose St.) and frosh Zane Gelphman look to provide power in the middle of the lineup. WIth the outfielders of Jake Raynaud, Luke Tokunaga and Daniel Gonzales, this position is stong. Angel Sanchez will man 2nd base after playing in 2013 at Arizona West and newcomer Zane Gelphman looks to fullfill many roles. The catching position will be manned by Houston Roberts, Mike Mine, and Chris Ortiz.
The Hawks have a daunting pre-conference schedule featuring perrenial powers Feather River, Delta, Marin and Sac City. 16 of the first 18 games will be on the road.
Check out our updated roster for player pictures.
Hawks crush the classroom this Fall, highest team GPA in 7 years. The Hawks earn a team GPA of 3.11...
WIth great focus and effort, the Hawks showed vast improvement in the classroom, earning a team GPA of 3.11. By far the highest GPA of any Hawks squad of late, credit goes to the players efforts and a tremendous academic environment created by Academic Adviser/Study Hall coordinator/Asst Coach Dylan Gavin.
The Hawks look to improve upon this GPA this upcoming semester.
What is Cabrillo Baseball all about?
Welcome to Cabrillo College Baseball. Cabrillo College has regained its position as one of the finest junior college baseball programs on the west coast, winning consecutive conference titles, consecutive super-regional appearances and 4 straight playoff appearances.
Playing college baseball is a unique challenge, which will demand your greatest intensity, concentration and commitment. The time demands along with the mental and physical challenges you will face are extraordinary and will demand your 100% effort. College baseball players must be active and successful students as well.
We expect the same effort on the field and in the classroom. The academic portion of college athletics is difficult and we are all committed to being active participants in our success on and off the field
The Seahawk coaching staff is filled with former high school head coaches, college coaches, and pro ball players. Each of these men brings their own connections, experience, and desire to help you achieve our player’s long term athletic and academic goals. Cabrillo College baseball players are those with a burning desire to grow as athletes, students, and men.