College of Marin Baseball History
The College of Marin baseball program has been fortunate to have trained and motivated student-athletes to excel in intercollegiate baseball as well as in the classroom. The combination of the student-athlete and the leadership of the dedicated baseball coaching staff have resulted in both baseball andacademic scholarships. Intercollegiate baseball plays an important role in the development of the skills and interests of student-athletes.
The College of Marin baseball program is considered one of the premier community college programs in Northern California. The past four seasons, the baseball team has competed in the California Community College State Playoffs. In 2006, the College of Marin baseball team won the Bay Valley Conference and was ranked 6th out of the 44 Northern California Community College baseball programs. Over the past eight years, our baseball program has produced 3 All-Americans, 6 All-Northern California, and 27 first team Bay Valley Conference players. During this time 29 student-athletes have received baseball or academic scholarships.
Currently, 2005 College of Marin graduate John Quine is playing professional baseball for the Oakland A’s. Last summer, current College of Marin baseball player Fred Atkins was selected in the 2008 Major League Amateur Draft. Fred declined a professional contract and is transferring to Jackson State University.
The intercollegiate baseball team at College of Marin competes year round with 44 games in the spring and 12 games in the fall. Part of the baseball program includes a study hall which provides each player the individual academic development they will need to graduate and transfer to a four year university or college. Due to its focus on both academics and athletics, the College of Marin baseball program has the highest retention and graduation rate of any athletic program offered at College of Marin.
All Time Records
"Mariners on the move" 2008
2009 Mariners Transfer
Picture account of the 2010 season
Picture account of the 2009 season
College of Marin Baseball Homerun Video
Athletics and P.E. Website
Technical Contact: Lindsay Bacigalupi, Administrative Assistant, 415.485.9580
Content Responsible: Matthew Markovich, Director of PE & Athletics, 415.485.9591