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Jack Anderson
Don Briggs
Steve Brown
Brian Buckley
John Clay
Colby Craig
Jim Crawford
Jim Fiack
Jim Grant
Tom Grovhoug
Rick Hennes
Steve Keeney
Earl Koberlein
John LeBeau
Dick Lewis
Rich Martini
Greg Morris
David NixMatt Pool
Dave Ray
Justin Reid
John Repetto Steve Roberts
Jim Saunders
Tony Schifano
Gary Schlagenhauf
Jason Shapiro
Clay Sigg
Phil Swimley
Sam Viney
Rich Watts
Jason Wright
1972 UCDBHOF Team
1985 UCDBHOF Team
1994 UCDBHOF Team
All Century Defensive

  Team Profile

1985 UC Davis Hall of Fame Baseball Team


Northern California Athletic Conference Champion team scored more runs (367), hit more home runs (62), pounded out more hits (487) and batted in more runs (330) than any UCD team before. With 30 Wins against only 19 Losses and 20-10 record in NCAC, it dominated strong schedule including victories over Division I programs Santa Clara University, University of Pacific, St. Mary’s College and University of San Francisco. Hit .302 as team. Landed four players on All-Northern California Athletic Conference First Team. Strong pitching staff featured NCAC Pitcher of Year. Three players each hit 13 home runs during last campaign at old Joseph Main Diamond adjacent to Toomey Field. One of most noteworthy offensive powerhouses in school annals.

Joe Breider, catcher   Kurt Koeppen, first base/dh
Andy Calbreath, pitcher   John LeBeau, first base
Gary Conn, outfield   Jeff Myers, pitcher
John Emme, pitcher   Scott Nakaji, pitcher
Chris Ernesto, pitcher   Bill Parker, pitcher
Dan Fennochio, outfield   Steve Roberts, outfield
Doug Franklin, catcher   Scott Ruther, outfield
Mike Garbooshian, outfield   Ken Tappin, pitcher
Jim Grant, third base   Dave Vanderpan, shortstop
Dan Hayes, outfield   Rich Waltz, second base
Chris Kjome, pitcher   Brian Williams, pitcher
Scott Kelly, catcher   Jamie Williams, second base

Phil Swimley, Head Coach
Mike Garcia, Assistant Coach

Team Inducted 2001