Cochise College Athletics

Stats/Records


Cochise College baseball has delivered a considerable amount of individual and team success in its 50-year history. The program has produced NJCAA All-Americans, NJCAA All-Region and All-ACCAC honorees, as well as teams respected and ranked across the region and the nation.

Statistics open

The National Junior College Athletic Association has an online archive of statistics dating back to the year 2001. Click here to view Cochise College baseball stats in on the NJCAA website under Division I.

History open

World Series Appearances

2014
2013 — Third Place
1989 — Third Place
1988 — Seventh Place

Western District Appearances

2014 — Champions
2013 — Champions

Region I Playoff Appearances

2014 — Runners-up
2013 — Champions
2010
2009
2008
2007 — Runners-up
2005 — Runners-up
2004 — Runners-up
2002
1993 — Runners-up
1989 — Champions
1988 — Champions
1987
1985
1982
1981
1972

ACCAC Champions

2007
1988

Individual Honors open

All-Americans

  • 1981: Dennis Clow
  • 1985: Beau Allerd, OF, Honorable Mention
  • 1986: Luc Berube, INF, Third Team; Greg Roth, OF, Third Team
  • 2007: Will Campbell, OF, Second Team
  • 2009: Anthony Haase, P, Second Team
  • 2013: Zach Rodgers, P, Third Team

All-Region and All-Conference

  • 2014: Darick Hall, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (DH); Austin Nelson, Second Team All-Region (INF)
  • 2013: Zach Rodgers, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (P); Nate Hale, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (OF); Tagg Duce (INF), First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference; Esteban Bastidas, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (C)
  • 2011: Justin Rodriguez, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region; Jesus Urbina, Second Team All-Conference (OF) and Second Team All-Region (OF)
  • 2010: James Brooks, First Team All-Conference;  Wade Hinkle, First Team All-Conference
  • 2009: Anthony Haase, First Team All-Region and Region 1 Player of the Year; Mark Jan-Moorman, First Team All-Conference; Claudio Bavera, Second Team All- Conference and Second Team All-Region; James Brooks, Second Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region
  • 2008: Diego Marquez, First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region (C)
  • 2007: Rafael Valenzuela, First Team All Conference and First Team All-Region (INF); Will Campbell, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region (OF); Tim Winslow, First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region (DH); Cody Waldon, Second Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region (P)
  • 2006: Will Campbell, First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region (OF); Sebastien Herve, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region (INF)
  • 2005: Diego Ochoa, First Team All-Conference and All-Region (P); Eric Gonzalez, First Team All-Conference and All-Region (P); Matt McKinney, First Team All- Conference and All-Region (INF); Sebastian Herve, Second Team All-Conference and All-Region (INF); Bo Bowman, Second Team All-Conference and All-Region (INF); Josh Schneider, Second Team All-Conference and All-Region (P); Christian Martinez, Second Team All-Conference (OF)
  • 2004: Jose Higuera, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (C); Christian Martinez, Second Team All- Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF); Tyler Youngs, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (INF)
  • 2003: Erikson Andrus, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF); Greg Garrison, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (INF)
  • 2002: Erikson Andrus, Second Team All Region and First Team All Conference (INF)
  • 2001: Jeff Cammann, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF); Carlos Arguello, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (P); Kevin Kouzmanoff, Second Team All-Conference (INF)
  • 2000: David Hurtado, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF)
  • 1998: Chad Letcher, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (OF); Steve Elzy, Second Team All-Conference (C)
  • 1997: Steve Elzy, Second Team All-Conference (C)
  • 1996: DL Brewer, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (UTL); Robert Gonzalez, Second Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF); Brandon Hauck, Second Team All-Conference (P)
  • 1995: Jerry Valdez, Second Team All-Conference (C)
  • 1994:  Luis Gonzalez, Second Team All- Conference (P)
  • 1993: Luis Gonzalez, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (P); Eric Mapp, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF); Mike Gray, Second Team All-Conference (DH)
  • 1992: Mike Gray, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF); Peter Van Bogaert, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (DH)
  • 1991: Eric Mapp, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF)
  • 1990: Todd Youngblood, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (P); Jon Polson, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF)
  • 1989: Troy Bradford, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (DH); Bubba Hall, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (C); Ruben Lardizabal, HM All-Conference (P)
  • 1988: Chad Curtis, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (OF); Troy Bradford, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (P); Rick Scruggs, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (INF); Leroy Andrea, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (OF); Bubba Hall, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (C); Mark Moziejko, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (INF); Jim Andrychuk, HM All-Conference (INF)
  • 1987: Dennis Kidd, First Team All-Region, First Team All-Conference (OF); Ray Letourneau, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF)
  • 1986: Luc Berube, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF); Greg Roth, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (INF); J.D. Ramirez, HM All-Conference (INF); Bill Schorr, HM All-Conference (C)
  • 1985: Shawn Talbott, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (P); Beau Allred, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (OF); Scott Maxwell, First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference (OF); Cory Cox, Second Team All-Region and Second Team All-Conference (INF); Greg Duce, HM All-Conference (INF); Marty Hall, HM All-Conference (P)
  • 1984: Greg Duce, All-Region and First Team All-Conference (DH); Scott Maxwell, Second Team All-Conference (OF)
  • 1983: Ricky Chavez, Terry Anderson, Chris Pooler — Second Team All-Conference
  • 1982: Mike Valverde, Second Team All-Conference; Pat Reid, Ron McGee — HM All-Conference
  • 1981: Dennis Clow, All-Region and First Team All-Conference; Randy Boyd, First Team All-Conference; Doug Fair, Second Team All-Conference; Mike Valverde, Honorable Mention All-Conference
  • 1980: Randy Boyd, HM All-Conference
  • 1978: Joe Huish, First Team All-Conference
  • 1977: Ron Kirby, Second Team All-Conference; Paul Martin, Randy Fennel — HM All-Conference
  • 1976: Chuck Marques, Gary Gingerich — First Team All-Conference
  • 1975: Chuck Marques, Second Team All-Conference
  • 1974: Terry Evans, Second Team All-Conference; Russ Bethel, HM All-Conference
  • 1973: Tom Gjurgevich, First Team All-Conference; Joe Rice, Second Team All-Conference; Lee Eleban, HM All-Conference
  • 1972: Joe Bob Cole, Tom Airington — All-Region and First Team All-Conference; Herb Von Hagen, Ken Krier — Second Team All-Conference; Tom Mutz, HM All-Conference
  • 1971: James “Bo” Hall, Joe Bob Cole — All-Region and First Team All-Conference; Ken Krier, Second Team All-Conference; Bob Gonzalez, HM All-Conference
  • 1970: Gilbert Gherna, All-Region and First Team All-Conference; Ron Finke, Bob Gonzalez, Ruben Carrizoza — HM All-Conference
  • 1969: Marty Scala, First Team All-Conference; Tom Phillips, HM All-Conference
  • 1968: Tom Phillips, Marty Scala — Second Team All-Conference
  • 1967: Pete Titone, Dave Munoz — First Team All-Conference; Greg Parker, Second Team All-Conference
  • 1966: Harlon Lewis, Greg Parker, Hector Aldana — First Team All-Conference

Coaching Records open

1964: John Whatcott, 15-12
1965: Hal Eustice, 16-12
1967-78: Dick Atkinson, 157- 265-4
1979-83: Mike Lane, 106-101-2
1984-89: James “Bo” Hall, 183-115-1
1990-93: Chuck Hoyack, 83-102-2
1994-99: Richard “Bubba” Hall, 115-193-4
2000-Present: Todd Inglehart, 483-330

Single-Season Records (Top 10) open

Most hits

1. Erikson Andrus, 96, 2002
2. Tagg Duce, 91, 2013
3. Nate Hale, 87, 2013
4. James Brooks, 85, 2010
5. Matt McKinney, 83, 2005
6. Sebastien Herve, 79,  2006; Robert Gonzales, 79, 1996; Chad Curtis, 79, 1988
9. Paul Workman, 77, 2002
10. Wade Hinkle, 76, 2010; David Hurtado, 76, 2000; Chad Letcher, 76, 1997

Most home runs

1. David Hurtado, 17, 2000
2. Chad Curtis, 16, 1988; Dennis Clow, 16, 1981
4. Beau Allred, 15, 1985
5. Troy Bradford, 12, 1989; Greg Roth, 12, 1986; Scott Maxwell, 12, 1985
8. Kevin Kouzmanoff, 10, 2001; Jason Breland, 10, 1999; Greg Duce, 10, 1984

Most runs batted in

1. Chad Curtis, 81, 1988
2. Beau Allred, 76, 1985
3. Tagg Duce, 71, 2013
4. Dennis Kidd, 69, 1987
5. David Hurtado, 68, 2000
6. Wade Hinkle, 67, 2010
7. Troy Bradford, 66, 1988
8. Erikson Andrus, 65, 2002; Phil Delich, 65, 2002
10. Dennis Clow, 63, 1981

Most doubles

1. Jeff Cammann, 29, 2001
2. Tagg Duce, 25, 2013
3. Nic Rodriguez, 23, 2000
4. Kevin Kouzmanoff, 20, 2001; David Hurtado, 20, 2000; Adam Zaragoza, 20, 2000
7. Frank Salas, 19, 2013; Rafael Valenzuela, 19, 2007; Matt McKinney, 19, 2005; Ricky Scruggs, 19, 1988

Most triples

1. Dennis Kidd, 11, 1987
2. James Brooks, 9, 2010
3. Luc Berube, 8, 1986; Gilbert Ghern, 8, 1970
5. Matt McKinney, 7, 2005; Dave Munoz, 7, 1966
7. Zach Nance, 6, 2012; Sebastien Herve, 6, 2006; Eric Mapp, 6, 1993; Markus Jennings, 6, 1991; Alain Noel, 6, 1986;

Most stolen bases

1. Sebastien Herve, 47, 2006
2. Will Campbell, 43, 2007
3. Eric Mapp, 41, 1991
4. Max Lefevre, 40, 2012
5. Leroy Andrea, 36, 1988
6. Will Campbell, 35, 2006
7. Luc Berube, 34, 1986; Scott Maxwell, 34, 1985; Mike Posey, 34, 1982
10. Sebastien Herve, 32, 2005

Highest batting average

1. Dennis Clow, .581, 1981
2. Luc Berube, .507, 1986
3. J.D. Ramirez, .462, 1986
4. Doug Fair, .450, 1981
5. Greg Roth, .437, 1986
6. Erikson Andrus, .434, 2002
7. Chuck Marques, .430, 1976
8. Chad Letcher, .429, 1998; Bob Madsen, .429, 1980
10. Harlan Lewis, .428, 1966

Most pitching wins

1. Anthony Haase, 13-3, 2010
2. Zach Rodgers, 11-0, 2013; Steve Naemark, 11-4, 2013
4. Claudio Bavera, 10-4, 2009; Carlos Arguello, 10-4, 2001; Shawn Talbott, 10-3, 1985
7. Kevin Dorantes, 9-1, 2013; Jacob Potts, 9-3, 2012; Josh Schneider, 9-4, 2005; Diego Ochoa, 9-4, 2005; Luis Gonzalez, 9-4, 1993; Troy Bradford, 9-3, 1988; Mike Jones, 9-3, 1988; Randy Boyd, 9-1, 1981; Ken Krier, 9-3, 1971

Most innings pitched

1. Jacob Potts, 119, 2013
2. Shawn Talbott, 110.1, 1985
3. Randy Boyd, 110, 1980
4. Carlos Arguello, 102.1, 2001
5. Anthony Haase, 100, 2010
6. Ron Finke, 96, 1970
7. Claudio Bavera, 95, 2009
8. Luis Gonzalez, 94.2, 1993
9. Ken Krier, 94, 1971
10. Cody Walden, 93.2, 2007; Eric Gonzalez, 93.2, 2004

Most strikeouts

1. Jacob Potts, 102, 2013
2. Anthony Haase, 100, 2010; Ken Krier, 100, 1971
4. Shawn Talbott, 99, 1985
5. Randy Boyd, 96, 1981
6. Carlos Arguelo, 93, 2001
7. Anthony Haase, 92, 2009
8. Claudio Bavera, 87, 2009
9. Steve Naemark, 80, 2013
10. Jacob Potts, 77, 2012; Carlos Arguello, 77, 2000

Lowest earned run average

1. Zach Rodgers, 1.29, 2013
2. Anthony Haase, 1.62, 2010
3. Jacob Potts, 1.82, 2012
4. Randy Boyd, 1.87, 1981
5. Claudio Bavera, 1.99, 2009
6. Cody Walden, 2.02, 2007
7. taylor Fulkerson, 2.09, 2005
8. Jason Kalber, 2.11, 2011; Brendan McDonald, 2.11, 2007
10. Matt York, 2.14, 2004

Team Records open

Most wins: 52, 2013
Highest team batting average: .419, 1986
Most doubles: 134, 2000
Most triples: 28, 1991
Most home runs: 56, 1988
Most RBIs: 501, 1988
Most runs scored: 564, 1988
Most stolen bases: 186, 1991
Lowest ERA: 2.95, 2005
Most strikeouts: 474, 2013
Most walks: 313, 2013