Scott Rogers returns to lead CBC baseball for a second time in 2014. Rogers took over the program in 1998, after the team had fallen to a 7-31 record in the previous campaign.
In 11 seasons at the helm CBC won eight East Region titles, finishing second three times. In his fourth season (2001), the Hawks claimed their first baseball championship since 1964.
The 2001 Hawks set several NWAACC records, including team ERA (1.65), consecutive wins to start a season (21), consecutive team batting titles (3), shutouts in a season (19), and wins for an NWAACC Championship team (39).
The 2002 Hawk baseball team was the first-ever NWAACC school ranked by Baseball America, when they were selected the eighth best junior college baseball team in the country.
The 2004 edition of CBC baseball went 41-5 in the regular season, establishing a new East Region record for wins during conference play. CBC baseball entered the 2005 season as Baseball America's ninth-ranked team in the country.
2006 saw the Hawks claim their second NWAACC championship in five years, defeating Lower Columbia College 6-5 in 12 innings.
Rogers retired in 2008 as the school's all-time leader in wins and winning percentage, amassing a 398-139 record in 11 seasons.
Former CBC star Maxx Garrett returns for his second year as a member of the baseball coaching staff in 2014.
Garrett works with the hitters and catchers, in addition to his responsibilities as the first base coach.
Garrett was an all-star catcher for the Hawks in 2009 and 2010. As a freshman, Garrett was named to the All-East Region Team, while earning a share of CBC's record for doubles in a single season. As a sophomore, Maxx was voted to the NWAACC All-Tournament Team as a utility player.
Receiving All-NWAACC honors as a sophomore, Garrett earned a scholarship to Gonzaga University. Starting every game behind the plate in the Zags' 2012 campaign, he was named to the WCC All-Academic Team.
Graduating from GU with a degree in Sports Management, Garrett signed to play with an independent professional baseball team in the Frontier League.
Ryan Brisby begins his second season with CBC baseball in the winter of 2013. Coach Brisby will work with the hitters, as well as coach third base.
Brisby graduated from River View High School in 2001. He continued his playing career at Blue Mountain CC before transferring to Division II Lander University in Greenwood, South Carolina. Brisby earned a degree in Business Management at Lander.
At the conclusion of his playing career Brisby returned to Blue Mountain CC, this time as a coach, in 2006. Spending six seasons in Pendleton, Brisby helped lead the Timberwolves to their first playoff appearance in school history.
Drew Goodman begins his second season with CBC baseball. Goodman works with the outfielders, while sharing offensive responsibilities with Garrett and Brisby. Coach Goodman coordinates the strength and conditioning program for the Hawks.
Graduating from Kamiakin High School in 2006, Goodman continued his career with two stellar seasons as a CBC Hawk.
Transferring to Division II Georgia State University, Goodman went on to represent the Hawks in the 2010 College World Series, with Georgia State earning a second-place finish.
Travis Coulter begins his first full season with CBC baseball. Coach Coulter works with the infielders, as well as the hitters.
Coulter graduated from Southridge High School in 2005. He continued his playing career at Washington State University through the 2009 season. While at WSU Coulter was a Freshman All-American infielder. He was also named team captain for the 2009 season.
Upon conclusion of his playing career, Coulter returned to the Tri-Cities where he coached the Kennewick Junior Bandits 2009 Regional Chamionship team, as well as for DEVO Select 13U and 14U.
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