Koltermann to continue baseball career in Hawaii

The ace on the Bellevue College baseball team’s staff in 2017 will continue his collegiate baseball career in paradise. Left-hander Kash Koltermann, who finished this past season with a ecord of 8-1, including an earned run average of 2.75 as a starting pitcher, committed to play baseball for the University of Hawaii.

Hard work propels Hill to the mountaintop

Elijah Hill knew exactly what was on the line prior to the start of his sophomore season in 2017. Hill, who completed his freshman year in 2016 with a disappointing 1-2 overall record including a paltry 5.90 earned run average, was determined to right the ship in his final year with the Bulldogs. Hill simply rose to the occasion and now is headed to Creighton University.

Team Awards Announced

Bellevue College baseball announced their team awards yesterday as six winners were announced as voted by the players; a tradition for the past 48 years. Austin Shenton won the Silver Bat Award while returning sophomore infielder Jack Kennelly won Gold Glove Award. Brennen Hancock received the Paul Villiott Most Inspirational Award, while Truman Miller won …more about Team Awards Announced

Baseball Sweeps Olympic

Bellevue College baseball won all four games this weekend against Olympic College, winning 11-1, 5-0 on Friday night April 14 at Courter Field before traveling to Bremerton the following day for a 6-1, 14-4 sweep. The wins put Bellevue into the winning column in league play at 5-3 overall as the Bulldogs reached the 20-win …more about Baseball Sweeps Olympic

Baseball Drops Three Against Edmonds

Bellevue College salvaged a 7-3 win yesterday in game four of the opening North Region series against rival Edmonds after dropping three in a row. On Saturday April 8, Bellevue gained momentum in the opening game as Tyler Williams kept Edmonds in check through seven innings with a 4-1 lead. After giving up a leadoff …more about Baseball Drops Three Against Edmonds