Deadline May 7th, 2010
Dawson Community College is once again adding honor and memorial names to the hardwood floor of the Toepke Center Gymnasium. Names will be printed in 1 inch letters around the main court for a $200 per name donation. Honoring a friend or relative in this way is a unique tribute and a lasting legacy that lends support to all Buccaneer athletic programs.
Dawson Community College Head Baseball Coach Brent Diegel is excited to announce the signing of two outstanding student athletes for next season. McKay Hedin and Hunter Balmer, both from Utah, will join the Buccaneers clubhouse in the fall.
Dawson Community College baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce the recent signing of five more student athletes for the upcoming 2009-2010 Buccaneer Baseball season.
Bobby King, a pitcher and infielder from Brigham City, Utah, played his high school baseball with the Box Elder High School Bees. He will join his friend and current sophomore Danny Nevling on the Buccaneer roster. At 5 foot 11, and 165 pounds, King was a Class 4A All-State honorable mention player in 2008.
Dawson Community College baseball coach Brent Diegel is very excited to announce the signing of Tanner Newman for the upcoming 2009-2010 season. The 6 foot 1 inch, 170 pound Newman, who bats from the left side and throws right-handed, is from Bozeman, Montana. He redshirted as a freshman at Tacoma Community College last season.
Dawson Community College Buccaneers Baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce the signing of two more players to national letters of intent for the coming 2009-2010 season.
From Hardin, Ryan Gratwohl is 5’10”, 175 pounds and currently plays for the Billings Royals-American Legion team. Ryan’s stats include a batting average of .305 an on base percentage of .450 and a pitching record of 2-0 with 1 save. According to Coach Diegel, “Ryan will add depth to the Buccaneer catching core”.
Josh Link took the mound for Dawson Community College Saturday against the University of Mary JV. Six innings later Link walked off the mound with a ‘no-hitter’ to his credit.
Link and his Buccaneer teammates picked up a 10-0 triumph over Mary in their second game in the Subway tournament held at DCC’s Kolberg Field. Link allowed a total of just four base runners throughout his six innings of work. One Marauder reached on an error and three more reached via the way of a base on balls. Link also struck out eight batters in the contest.
Dawson Community College Buccaneers Baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce the signing of three Montana players to national letters of intent. The three players will join the Buccaneers squad for the 2009-2010 season.
Chris Mjelstad, a 6’1”, 195 pound senior at Billings Senior High, currently plays outfield for the Laurel Dodgers Legion club. In 49 games last season, Mjelstad batted an impressive .393 and scored 40 runs. According to Coach Diegel, “Chris is a kid who loves the game and has the size and ability we are looking for.”
The Glendive American Legion baseball program has hired Alex Rivas as its new head coach for the upcoming 2009 season. Rivas was with the Blue Devils last year as an assistant with head coach Travis Langan. Rivas also helped with the program as an assistant in 2005 when Chad Jones was the head coach for the Blue Devils.
Rivas came to Glendive from Kearns, Utah in the fall of 2003 to play college baseball at Dawson Community College. He played for Brent Diegel and the Bucs for two years. Rivas then played one season in Chicago at Olivete Nazarene University.
Brent Diegel, Head Coach of the Dawson Community College Buccaneers baseball team, is proud to announce today that sophomore catcher Jeff Allen has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Texas in Brownsville. The UT-Brownsville Scorpions compete in the Red River Athletic Conference and in Region VI of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).