WCCBL President Ken Wilson announced the 2008 All-West Coast Collegiate Baseball League teams as voted on by member head coaches.
Corvallis outfielder Logan Lotti of Sierra College, Spokane second baseman Aaron Headrick of Skagit Valley CC, Moses Lake starting pitcher A.J. Morris of Kansas State, Corvallis reliever Taylor Starr of Oregon State, Bend outfielder Drew Heid of Gonzaga and Corvallis starting pitcher Josh Osich of Oregon State were the top vote getters. The Corvallis Knights were the most represented club with 12 All-WCCBL selections.
The WCCBL will announce its annual awards on Monday, August 25.
Logan Lotti (Oregon State, Jr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Drew Heid (Gonzaga, Jr.-to be), Bend Elks
Nick Freitas (Southern Utah, Sr.-to be), Kelowna Falcons
Brett Nicholas (Gonzaga, So.-to be), Kelowna Falcons
Aaron Headrick (Skagit Valley CC, So.-to be), Spokane RiverHawks
David Bentrott (Washington, So.-to be), Bend Elks
Andrew Darr (Arkansas, Sr.-to be), Bend Elks
Alex Burg (Washington State, Sr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Hawkins Gebbers (Biola, Sr.-to be), Wenatchee AppleSox
A.J. Morris (Kansas State, Jr.-to be), Moses Lake Pirates
Josh Osich (Oregon State, So.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Bryn Card (Utah, Jr.-to be), Kelowna Falcons
Jared Eskew (Cal Poly, Sr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Steve Ames (Gonzaga, Jr.-to be), Wentachee AppleSox
Taylor Starr (Oregon State, So.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Doug Buser (Oklahoma, Sr.-to be), Kitsap BlueJackets
Mark Purser (C.C. of Spokane, So.-to be), Spokane RiverHawks
Jimmy Patterson (Central Arizona, So.-to be), Wenatchee AppleSox
Bucky Aona (Southern Utah, Jr.-to be), Kitsap BlueJackets
Josh Hogan (Oregon, Jr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC, So.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Doug Cherry (Washington, Jr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Daniel Butler (Arizona, Jr.-to be), Bend Elks
Billy Clontz (Western Oregon, Jr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Jon Berger (San Diego State, Sr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Eddie Orozco (University of California, Riverside, So.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Tyrell Poggmeyer (Skagit Valley CC, So.-to be), Bellingham Bells
Chris Vitus (Lane CC, So-to be), Spokane RiverHawks
Ryan Platt (University of California, Riverside, Sr.-to be), Corvallis Knights
Jason Braun (Corban College, Sr.-to be), Bend Elks
All-WCCBL HONORABLE MENTION
Bellingham; Kyle Boe (Skagit Valley CC), Jordan Chambers (Midland CC), Mike Chiarelli (Skagit Valley CC), Sean Halton (Lewis-Clark State College), Scott Hardinger (Cornell), Danny Hennigs (Olympic College). Bend; Shane Carlson (UC Santa Barbara), Cade Hoggard (Mississippi State). Corvallis; Dean Green (Oklahoma State), Adam Melker (Cal Poly). Kelowna; Dixon Anderson (Cal), Stephen Hagen (Oregon State), Riley Henricks (Portland), Wande Olabisi (Stanford), Nathan Pickett (Cal State LA), Jeff Roth (Sacramento State), Colin Walsh (Stanford). Kitsap; Brandon Decker (San Diego State), Paul Dickey (Washington), Aaron Johnson (Citadel), Max Kwan (Washington), Chad Wagner (Lower Columbia College). Moses Lake; Tyler Heil (San Jose State), Brandon Huerta (Pomona-Pitzer), Mike McCarthy (Redlands), Cesar Lopez (Western Oregon), Matt Lugan (San Francisco), Nick Stiltner (Oregon State), Dane Yelovich (Kansas State). Spokane; Logan Boyd (Oregon State), Jake Hiatt (Walla Walla CC), Ernesto Ortiz (Chaparral High School), A.J. Proszek (Gonzaga), Eric Renander (Western Oregon), Kraig Sitton (Oregon State), Tyson Van Winkle (Gonzaga). Wenatchee; Gino Aielli (UCLA), Brian Albert (Biola), Garrett Dorn (Linfield College), Cameron Edman (Treasure Valley CC), Chris Escobar (San Francisco), Cody Fassold (Lower Columbia College), Owen Jones (Portland), Sean Montplaisir (Hawaii), Curran Redal (Wentachee Valley College), Stephen Yarrow (San Francisco).
The WCCBL is dedicated to player development, player exposure and to providing affordable summer entertainment to its member communities.