Baseball

Baseball Wins North Region Tourney; Returns to NWAACC Championships as #1 Seed From North Region

The baseball team won three straight games over their higher-ranked region-rivals to win the inaugural North Region Tourney. On Friday, Jay Taylor struck out eight while scattering six hits and only one run through eight innings as Bellevue defeated Skagit’s ace, Braden Tullis for the second time in a week. The Bulldogs beat Tullis, the …more about Baseball Wins North Region Tourney; Returns to NWAACC Championships as #1 Seed From North Region



Baseball Split With Skagit Ensures Playoff Spot This Weekend

Bellevue College’s baseball team came out on Saturday and played championship-caliber baseball by defeating top-ranked Skagit Valley by scores of 10-3 and 10-4. The wins, coupled with two losses by Douglas College on the same day, assured Bellevue a spot in the top regional playoff tourney which will be hosted by Skagit Valley beginning on …more about Baseball Split With Skagit Ensures Playoff Spot This Weekend


Bellevue Places Five On First Team All-North Region Team; Keegan Acker Named Gold Glove 3B

Bellevue College’s baseball team had five players named to the First Team All-North Region team and three to the Second Team as selected by the coaches of the North Region. The parity of the league was evident, as Everett and Skagit Valley had four players named to the first team, Edmonds placing three, and Olympic …more about Bellevue Places Five On First Team All-North Region Team; Keegan Acker Named Gold Glove 3B



Bulldogs Split Series Against Olympic: Series This Weekend to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

Bellevue College’s baseball team split a four-game series last weekend against Olympic College. On both Saturday and Sunday, the Bulldogs lost the opening game before coming back to win the nightcaps. On Saturday, an outstanding pitching effort by Brian Buckham went to waste as Olympic rallied to score three quick runs in the top of …more about Bulldogs Split Series Against Olympic: Series This Weekend to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive


Bulldogs Pound 21 Hits in 15-1 Win

Bellevue College’s baseball team collected 21 hits en route to a 15-1 non-league win over Grays Harbor College Tuesday night at Pioneer Park in Aberdeen. The starting outfield trio of Ryan Shelton, Ian McKay, and Michael Robertson accounted for 13 of those hits as Shelton went 5-for-5, Robertson 4-for-5, and McKay 3-for-5 including a home …more about Bulldogs Pound 21 Hits in 15-1 Win




Everett Series Finale on Tuesday

Bellevue College’s baseball team (6-5 in league; 11-12 overall) will have to wait one more night to decide the four-game series finale with league rival Everett. The final game has been rained out consecutive nights and is now slated to be played Tuesday April 14th at 7:00 pm. In game one, the Bulldogs lost a …more about Everett Series Finale on Tuesday