Alumni of Mark Morris Baseball
The following is a list of former Mark Morris players who went on after high school to play and/or coach at the collegiate or professional level. The list is organized by the player's year of graduation. If you know of someone who was omitted from this list please contact Coach Brice Richards (email@example.com).
Ryan Littlefield University of Portland
Taylor Mosier Grays Harbor Community College
Artis Golden Grays Harbor Community College
Garrett Cash Concordia University
Zach Brill Drafted 31st Round Texas Rangers
Seth Pedersen Saddleback College, Lower Columbia Community College
Cody Whitten Centralia Community College.
Colton Carpenter Centralia Community College.
Braydon Poole Lower Columbia Community College.
Cody Erdman Southwest Oregon Community College.
Jake McCoy College of the Desert. http://www.insidesocal.com/iecollegesports/2013/05/04/all-foothill-conference-baseball-honors/, St. Catharine College
Justin Archibald Grays Harbor Community College.
Tyler Williams Grays Harbor Columbia Community College.
Rusty Beam Centralia Community College.
Matt Minium Lower Columbia Community College.
Matt Argyropoulos Washington State University.
Kyle McCrady Lower Columbia College.
Tony Polis University of Puget Sound.
Spencer Roland University of Puget Sound.
Mac Collette Tacoma Community College/Whitworth College.
Austin Brown Lower Columbia College.
Ryan Lewis Yakima Valley Community College/Western Oregon University/Drafted by Chicago Cubs.
Mickey Polis Lower Columbia College.
Kyle Carson University of Washington.
Jody Nailon Evergreen State College Baseball Club.
Reese Baker Lower Columbia College/Washington State University.
Ryan Johnson Lower Columbia College/Sonoma State University.
Rob Stumph Central Washington University.
Chris Ehrlich Lower Columbia College.
John Mellema Centralia College.
Ryan Jurvakainen Lower Columbia College/University of the Pacific.
Spencer Stein Lower Columbia College/Lewis-Clark State College/Central Washington University.
Reese Dawson Lower Columbia College.
Matt Hollod University of Washington/University of Portland/Currently Assistant Coach at University of Portland.
Beau Boudreau Lower Columbia College/Portland State University.
Matt Hiatt Lower Columbia College/Currently Assistant Coach at Lower Columbia College.
Matt Davis Lower Columbia College/SW Texas State.
Aaron Swanson Lower Columbia College/SW Texas State.
Scot Meeker Shasta College.
Kevin O'Neill Cal State Lutheran.
Casey Tilton Lower Columbia College.
Jim Coons Portland State University.
Bud Black Lower Columbia College/San Diego State University/. Drafted in the 17th round of the 1979 draft by the Seattle Mariners. Played professionally for the Seattle Mariners, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays and San Francisco Giants. Was a pitching coach for the Los Angeles Angels. In 2007, named the Head Coach of the San Diego Padres.
Kelly Smith Western Washington University/Washington State University. Played AAA in San Francisco Giants Organization before serving as an assistant coach at Portland State University. Has been head coach at Lower Columbia College since 1995.
Sean Kaber Treasure Valley Community College.
Tom Chamberlain Oregon State University/Played AAA ball in the St. Louis Cardinals organization/Served as pitching coach for Lower Columbia College and Washington State University.
Rick Sweet Lower Columbia College/Gonzaga University. Drafted in the 3rd round of the 1975 draft by the San Diego Padres. Played professionally for the Padres, New York Mets and Seattle Mariners. Currently the head coach for the Cincinnati Reds Triple A team the Louisville Bats.
Marv Chamberlain Washington State University/Earned 1st Team All-American honors in 1974.
Mike McNeilly Lower Columbia Community College/Gonzaga University/Played in the minor leagues for the New York Mets' organization.
Dan White Olympic Community College/Coached 33 years at Eastmont High School (Wenatchee) and is 2nd among high school baseball coaches with 600 wins.
Pat Lambert Played in the minor leagues for the New York Mets' organization.