Super Regionals Seven Times in Nine Years
The Sierra College Baseball Program is consistently ranked in California’s top ten. Our Wolverines have made three trips to the State Final 4 since 2006. We also captured the prestigious California Community College State Championship in 2008. In a nine-year span, we advanced to the Super Regionals seven times.
We also thrive in the classroom. Nearly all of our sophomores transfer each year to quality universities around the country.
The Sierra College Baseball team is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their CCCAA State Championship
Sierra College Baseball would like to congratulate Nathan Barry on signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the University of Kansas in the Spring of 2019. Barry was a 2nd Team All-Big 8 Selection a year ago, after he posted a 6-2 record with a 3.45 ERA and recorded 67 strikeouts.
Sierra College Baseball would like to congratulate Logan Wurm on signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at The University of Louisiana Monroe in the Spring of 2019. Wurm was a 2nd Team All-Big 8 Conference catcher in 2017. He finished with a .280 average with 6 doubles and 20 RBI.
Sierra College Baseball would like to congratulate Tyler Gums on signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Long Beach State in the spring of 2019. Gums was a unanimous 1nd Team All-Big 8 Selection a year ago, as he posted a 4-3 record with a 2.61 ERA and 78K in 76 innings.
Former Wolverines have transferred to four-year schools like these:
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