Baseball – Inaugural Inductee 2019
Terry Agnew started his Bellevue Community College baseball career in 1972. As a sophomore he led Bellevue to its first ever NWACC Championship.
As a freshmen he won the team’s Silver bat award and conference batting title, hitting .490. His sophomore year he showed off his defensive talents, winning the team’s Gold Glove award. He is one of only two players in the 49-year history to win both awards.
After Bellevue he went on to play at the University of Washington. His first year he led the Husky’s in RBIs, home runs and runs scored. In his senior year, he earned all-Pac 8 honors as a 3rd baseman. After his career at UW he went on to be a coach and athletic director for 35 years at Central Kitsap and Woodinville high schools before retiring in 2016.
He was inducted into the Bellevue College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018.
Last Updated May 28, 2020