Position Player Winter Workout Plan....(click here)
So RHP Nat Hamby, signs at UC Davis...
Sophmore Rhp, Nat Hamby (Soquel), signed a national letter of intent to play for the Aggies of UC Davis. Hamby was a 2nd team all-conference selection last year, and was one of the top pitchers at the soph showcase this Oct.
Hamby becomes the 3rd Hawk pitcher and the 4th Hawk in the last 3 years to sign with UC Davis. Hamby also becomes the 7th Cabrillo pitcher in the last 4 years to sign with a Div 1 school.
Black team makes historic comeback, down 5-0, to take the Black/Blue Series 7-6 in a walkoff...
Frosh Logan Gatza had a huge double to walk off the Blue team and a 7-6 victory and a series title. The Black team was down big early but rallied back. This was the most spirited and competitive series in the last decade here @ Cabrillo, as two of the games were one run games and one was 2.
The Hawks do not play again until the season opener at home vs Reedley, Monday 1/27 @ 2pm.
Black team tosses shutout in Game two, 2-0. Force a Game 3 for the World Series title....
Freshmen Pitchers Eddy Puga threw 4 shutout and Fr LHP Ryan Stevenson closed the door on the shutout. The Black team scored 2 in the 1st and those runs held up for the win. Another runners interference call late in the game, was a key factor.
The decisive game 3 will be Thursday @ 2:45
Blue team takes 1-0 lead, controversial runner interference call preserves the win....
Frosh Ben Moody threw 4 solid innings as the Blue team wins Game 1, 5-4. The Black team had bases loaded w 2 outs, were called for a runners interference call.
Game 2 will be Wed @ 2:45
Fall scrimmage schedule winds up this week with the Black and Blue Scrimmages...
Team Black (captained by So RHP Spencer Lamb) and Team Blue (captained by So RHP Nat Hamby), begin their 3 game world series today at 3pm.
NCAA/NAIA transfer eligibility guidelines...
A helpful and updated link to transfer guidelines is available in our player download tab on the left or by clicking here.
This worksheet is essential for all Community College players, on the path to trasnferring.
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, returning to the postseason for the last 3 years and winning a conference title for the 1st time in 12 years.
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.
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