Hall of Fame
Inducted 1997 • Baseball
Was a shortstop out of Newberg High School, but moved to outfield for his speed and power.
As a sophomore in 1979, he was one of the offensive catalysts for the Pilots as they won the NorPac Conference championship.
Mde the game-winning hit against Portland State in the 10th inning. This game put the team in 1st place.
Set a then-record single season record of 30 stolen bases and 8 home runs in 1980.
Embarked on a professional career being drafted by the San Diego Padres, and included a 1986 stint with the Seattle Mariners.
After his professional career, he moved to being head coach for George Fox College and later Oregon State.
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