Former 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.
Two 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.
Bryce Reichmann and Kyle Lewis, members of the 2014 & 2015 Sierra College baseball team, played against each other on March 6, 2016 at the Arizona Wildcat Classic in Tucson, Arizona. Reichmann pitched 3 scoreless innings for St. Mary's College against the University of Arizona.
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
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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