NWAC East Region: 2020 Preview

Big Bend Community College – Moses Lake, WA

Head Coach: Jameson Lange (3rd year)
Assistants: Ryan Doumit
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: www.bbccvikings.com
2019 Record: 22-23 overall, 17-11 in conference
2020 Opening Day: February 22nd vs. Spokane in Moses Lake, WA
2020 League Opener: Wednesday, March 25th vs. Wenatchee Valley in Moses Lake, WA
Top Newcomers:
Evan McLean, FR, RHP/OF, Moses Lake HS (WA)
Cohen Achen, FR, RHP, FR, Bishop O’ Byrne HS (Canada)
Vance Alvarado, FR, Moses Lake HS (WA)
Clyde Enos, FR, Farrington HS (HI)
Tyler Henry, SO, Burlington Edison HS (WA)
Kristian Saldana, FR, SS/2B, Shadow Ridge HS (NV)
Teegan Zillyett, FR, OF, Montesano HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
With only a 3 win differential between the #1 and #4 seed last year, Jameson Lange and his Vikings see the potential in 2020 to climb the rankings in the NWAC’s East Region. Big Bend clinched the #4 seed in 2019 and then finished 2nd in their Super Regional, just falling short of the NWAC Championship Tournament.  But a well-rounded 2020 team with a strong pitching staff will come in handy to tack on wins in the upcoming season.
Blue Mountain will rely on their returning starter Ryan Shipley who had a 1.96 ERA in 41 innings in 2019. He received a 2nd Team NWAC East selection. Sophomores Trey Evan and Colin Cortez will give support from the bullpen. Evan pitched 33 innings in 2019 with 25 strikeouts and a 4.01 ERA; Cortez pitched 33.1 innings with 30 strikeouts. Incoming freshman Evan McLean, a Washington 4A All-State Player of the Year, has earned his spot in the starting rotation and will play in center-field when not on the mound. Canadian freshman Cohen Achen will also be part of the starting rotation. Vance Alvarado’s exceptional command will aid the Vikings whenever they need him to start or relieve. The closer role could go to Clyde Enos from Hawaii.
2nd Team All-Region Matthew Plato will lead the Viking offense after contributing 9 doubles, 4 home runs, and a .256 batting average in 2019, hitting in the 5 hole as a freshman. Catcher Skyler Sadora also had impressive numbers in 87 at-bats with 7 doubles, 3 triples, 2 home runs, a .398 on-base percentage and .425 slugging percentage.  Tristen Garland should continue to add speed on the bases after his team high 18 stolen bases in 2019.
Three newcomers will bring some life to the Viking offense. Freshman Kristian Saldana will get things started with the bat, while newcomer sophomore Tyler Henry will add some pop to the middle of the order.  Teegan Zillyett from Montesano could be a multi-base threat.
Big Bend will be tested early with 4-game series’ against #1 ranked in the NWAC Spokane (February 22-23) and #2 Lower Columbia (March 20-21). Wenatchee Valley comes to Moses Lake on March 25th to kick-off league play. Big Bend plays #7 Yakima Valley in Yakima April 8th and at home May 6th. Roll Vikes!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Big Bend:
Dylan Gardner, Borah HS
Austin Bunn, Kuna HS
Jonas Plew, Nampa HS
Tanner Pedroza, Kamiakin HS
Hunter Gibson, Ellensburg HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 12

Blue Mountain Community College – Pendleton, OR

Head Coach: Brad Baker (7th year)
Assistants: Chris Henke, Derek Bettinson
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: http://www.bluecc.edu/athletics/
2019 Record: 22-23 overall, 11-17 in conference
2020 Opening Day: Saturday, February 22nd vs. Columbia Basin College in Pasco, WA
2020 League Opener: Wednesday, March 25th vs. Treasure Valley CC in Ontario, OR
Top Newcomers:
Emilio Davila, FR, C, Pasco HS (WA)
Conner Ford, FR, INF/P, Centennial HS (ID)
Seth Miller, FR, P, Skyview HS (ID)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Each year since Coach Baker took over for the Timberwolves has got increasingly better, with 2019 their best yet with 22 wins overall and 11 NWAC East Region wins. They will build on this momentum in 2020 with a pair of All-Region returners and some promising incoming freshmen.
Sophomore outfielder Micah O’Donnell received 2nd Team All-NWAC East honors in 2019 and has improved throughout the fall. He will be a threat on the base paths and a tough out at the plate, according to Coach Baker. O’Donnell is signed with Indiana Tech. Carsten Manderbach also received 2nd Team All-NWAC East honors, as well as a Gold Glove for his time at shortstop. He is back at the top of the order for the Wolves after hitting .303 in 2019. Austin Shirley had a good freshman year hitting.305 in 105 at-bats and should make a difference at the plate and in the outfield.
RHP Dale Takalo will likely move from the bullpen to a starter spot this year, after gaining needed experience in the West Coast League this summer. RHP Jorge Andrade will also be called upon more in 2020, after his 2.82 ERA in 38 innings with 29 strikeouts in 2019. RHP Matt Johnson had limited appearances on the mound in 2019 due to injuries, but is looking to make an impact for the Wolves in 2020. He had a 3.62 ERA in 27 innings and 20 strikeouts in 2019.
The Timberwolves will look to a number of talented incoming freshmen in 2020. Catcher Emilio Davila from Pasco should get a lot of innings behind the plate and will be a force offensively. RHP Connor Ford from Centennial HS in Idaho will play in the infield and pitch for the Wolves. RHP Seth Miller from Skyview HS in Idaho should be a contributor on the pitching staff.
The Timberwolves open up against Columbia Basin this Saturday, February 22nd in Pasco, WA. East Region play starts March 25th against Treasure Valley in Ontario, OR. The toughest doubleheaders they’ll face should be Yakima Valley on April 1st and 29th and Spokane April 8th and May 6th. Go Timberwolves!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Blue Mountain:
Tanner Martinez, Glenns Ferry HS
Sean Wilber, Burns HS
Andrew Sullivan, St. Helens HS
Drexler Dickey, Reynolds HS
Tazmin Milton, Southridge HS
Brennan Berryman, Capital HS
Chris Zeutschel, Central Valley HS
Kyle Fannin, Meridian HS
Garrett Baughman, Meridian HS
Jake Allen, Meridian HS
Paige Aldrich, Kennewick HS
Isaiah Finlayson, Preston HS
Matthew McBride, Vale HS
Kaden Boyle, Murray HS
Riley Peck, Pocatello HS
Justin Frederick, La Grande HS
Davis Koester, Columbia HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 17

Columbia Basin College – Pasco, WA

Head Coach: Stefan McGovern (1st year)
Assistants: Tyler Charlo, Anthony Murillo
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: https://cbchawks.com/
2019 Record: 25-19 overall, 18-10 in conference
2020 Opening Day: Saturday, February 22nd vs. Blue Mountain CC in Pasco, WA
2020 League Opener: Wednesday, March 25th vs. Yakima Valley in Pasco, WA
Top Newcomers:
Trent Sellers, SO, RHP/INF, transfer from WSU, signed to LC State
Payton Kallaher, FR, 1B, Pullman HS (WA)
Jon Garza, FR, RHP, Othello HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach McGovern begins a new era for the Hawk baseball program. He comes from the four-year college ranks in California having spent two years at West Hills College and four years at Menlo College as head coach. He recently was the hitting coach at Cuesta CC for two seasons.
Solid starting pitching and depth in the field mark the CBC 2020 roster. Strong leadership has emerged from both sophomores and freshmen. Infielder Cody Kehl returns and was voted 1st Team All-NWAC in 2019. He hit .360 starting 34 games. A prime pitching rotation candidate is RHP Shane Martin who led the Hawks with 8 wins in 73 innings with a 3.07 ERA. Devon Garner did most of the catching in 2019 and hit .313 with 16 RBIs. A breakout year is expected by Chase Oldham who will play left-field and hit in the middle of the order. Nick Bonnington will contribute two ways as a LHP and 1B. He was an All-Academic NWAC player last year.
Three BBNW alumni highlight the new CBC recruits for 2020. Trent Sellers, a transfer from Washington State who is receiving professional interest, will be in the starting rotation and expected to provide middle of the order power. He can play both in the infield and outfield. Another middle of the order presence should come from first baseman Payton Kallaher. The 4th spot in the weekend pitching rotation will likely be filled by Jon Garza.
Five weekends of home games begin the early season schedule of pre-conference games, with Blue Mountain coming to Pasco first on February 22-23. Yakima comes to Pasco to begin conference play on March 25. NWAC #1 ranked Spokane Falls visits the Tri-Cities April 15th in a key East series for the Hawks. Baseball Northwest welcomes Coach McGovern, wife Nicole, and daughters Olivia and Juliet to the Northwest. Go Hawks!
Top Prospects on roster, previously ranked by Baseball Northwest:
Washington Class of 2018: #17 Trent Sellers
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Columbia Basin:
Isaac Haws, Kuna HS
Tyler Lehman, Sandpoint HS
Mason Hale, Nampa HS
Dalton Hart, Lewiston HS
Will Baker, Skyline HS
Josh Ruffner, Skyline HS
Evan Devolve, Naches Valley HS
Payton Clark, North Thurston HS
Cade Dessert, Gig Harbor HS
Mason Humer, Decatur HS
Peyton McPherson, Cheney HS
Jace Wessels, Clarkston HS
Isaac Rheinschmidt, Kiona Benton
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 20

Community Colleges of Spokane – Spokane, WA

Head Coach: Bryan Winston (3rd year)
Assistants: Seth Heckel, Ryne Webb
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: http://athletics.spokane.edu/
2019 Record: 31-17 overall, 20-8 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 22nd vs. Big Bend in Spokane, WA
2020 League Opener:
Saturday, March 25th vs. Walla Walla CC in Spokane, WA
Top Newcomers:
Devon Sharts, FR, RHP, Mountain View HS (ID)
Bryson Vaughn, FR, INF, Skyview HS (ID)
Dalton Dawson, FR, C, Shadle Park HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
In 2019, head coach Bryan Winston and the Sasquatch placed 1st in the East Region and when went on to place third overall in the NWAC Tournament. The NWAC coaches took notice and voted Spokane #1 in preseason polls.
Pitching is the strength of the top returners. Three left hand pitchers will be in the rotation with McKabe Cottrell as the ace. In 2019, he was a 1st Team All-East Region and 2nd team All-NWAC selection after a 6-2 record and 89 strikeouts in 74 innings.  Right behind Cottrell in the rotation will be Cameron Liss. He was 6-2 in 10 starts with 66 strikeouts in 56 innings. He was also a 2nd Team All-East Region selection in 2019. The #3 starter will likely be Colton Charnholm who will move from the bullpen to the rotation. His numbers are solid—3 wins, 1 save, 3.32 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 38 innings. Setting the table for the offense will be lead-off hitter Jordan Summers who hit a team best .347 and stole 12 bases; that earned him a 1st Team All-East selection. Brenden Duncan will move from 2B to 1B and be a middle of the order bat. He was a 2nd Team All-East selection. His 38 RBIs led the Sasquatch last year and was 2nd in doubles and home runs.
The freshmen joining the Sasquatch are top prospects in their respective grad classes. Devon Sharts should crack the rotation, Bryson Vaughn will play in the middle and hit in the middle of the order, and Dalton Dawson will provide more lineup power and lead the pitching staff. Sharts is the #8 ranked prospect for the Idaho/Montana Class of 2019. Vaughn is #9 on the same list. Two other ranked 2019 Idaho/Montana prospects joining the Sasquatch include RHP Justin Villanueva #10 and OF/1B Chase Nett #12.
The Sasquatch will host three weekends of games during the pre-conference schedule. Spokane Falls will travel to Lane CC March 21-22 and Lower Columbia CC February 29-March 1. Conference play begins March 25 vs. Walla Walla in Spokane. A key East series will be against last year’s champion Yakima Valley CC on March 28th. Go Sasquatch!
Top Prospects on roster, previously ranked by Baseball Northwest:
Idaho/Montana Class of 2019: #8 Devon Sharts, #9 Bryson Vaughn, #10 Justin Villanueva, #12 Chase Nett
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Spokane:
Andy Evans, Rocky Mountain HS
Devon Johnson, Coeur d’Alene HS
Zach Valencia, Davis HS
Justin Spencer, Clarkston HS
Nick Lindholm, Kamiakin HS
Jackson Day, Gonzaga Prep
Ryun Cross, Gonzaga Prep
Brent Bramlet, Centennial HS
Conner Ashworth, Brewster HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 26

Treasure Valley Community College – Ontario, OR

Head Coach: Brady Baker (1st year-interim)
Assistants: Greg Sharp
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: www.Gochuks.com
2019 Record: 14-33 overall, 8-20 in conference
2020 Opening Day: Friday, February 21st vs. Salt Lake CC in Salt Lake, UT
2020 League Opener: Wednesday, March 25th vs. Blue Mountain CC in Ontario, OR
Top Newcomers:
Trei Hough, FR, RHP, Pocatello HS (ID)
Carson LaDue, FR, INF, Copper Hills HS (UT)
Dalton Harris, FR, OF, Tooele HS (UT)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Baker has the interim head coach tag for 2020. He is a former 1st Team All-NWAC and ABCA All-American player for the Chukars and then finished his college career at Northwest Nazarene University. He is a BBNW alumni himself. Coach Baker is looking to use 2020 as a steppingstone to bring the “Chukar way” back to the program.
Four BBNW alumni returners will be a big part in moving up the tough East Region. Infielder Payton Hamilton was the TVCC lead-off hitter until an injury shortened his season. Center-fielder Easton Watterson started 31 games last season and will provide speed to the Chukar lineup. RHP Connor Gibson was a workhorse in the bullpen last year and is expected to do the same in 2020. He pitched in 17 games and 47 innings with 4.53 ERA.  RHP Payson Mills was hampered by injuries last season but managed 3 wins in 6 starts. The #1 starter is Bridger Vorwaller who had 11 starts and 3 wins in 64 innings in 2019.
The new Chukars will get every opportunity to make the team better. Trei Hough is expected to be the #2 starter, Carson LaDue will be the third baseman and hit at the top of the order, and Dalton Harris will add speed defensively and create offense at the top of the order.
The Chukars open the 2020 season in Utah at Salt Lake CC on February 21-22. Three home weekend series in Ontario highlight the pre-conference schedule on February 29-March 1st vs. Southwestern CC, March 7-8 vs. Chemeketa, March 21-22 vs. Clackamas CC. Blue Mountain CC comes to Ontario on March 25 for the East Region opener. The Chukars get #1 ranked Spokane Falls at home April 4th. Go Chukars!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Treasure Valley:
Ryan Franklin, Rocky Mountain HS
Louden Marsalis, West Valley HS
Warner Robertson, Grant Union HS
Isidro Pina, Nampa HS
Parker Bleggi, Teton HS
Quadias LeBlanc, Capital HS
Ayden Banning, Mountain View HS
Jeremy Underwood, Timberline HS
Khye Montoya, Meridian HS
Tristan Morris, Grant Union HS
Jasen Reed, Timberline HS
Craig Sturges, Capital HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 12

Walla Walla Community College – Walla Walla, WA

Head Coach: Justin Speer (2nd year)
Assistants: Matt Baerlocher, Jarrod Molnaa, Steve Barker
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: http://warriors.wwcc.edu/baseball/
2019 Record: 17-25 overall, 15-13 in conference
2020 Opening Day: Saturday, February 29th vs. Tacoma CC in Walla Walla, WA
2020 League Opener: Saturday, March 25th vs. Spokane CC in Spokane, WA
Top Newcomers:
Wyatt Boone, SO, RHP, transfer from Seattle University
Tui Moliga, FR, OF, Lapwai HS (ID)
Connor Ferguson, FR, RHP, Capital HS (ID)
Taylor Hamada, FR, LHP, Walla Walla HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
In Justin Speer’s first year leading the Warriors, they fell just 2 wins short of 4th place and a Super Regional bid, within the very competitive East Region. His standards are high for 2020 as they look to elevate their level of play and establish themselves as one of the top teams.  It is achievable with a solid group of All-Region returners and some promising newcomers.
DH/Catcher Lane Hailey returns after an impressive 2019 season, batting .384 which was the 3rd overall in the NWAC and receiving 1st Team All-NWAC honors as a DH. Carson Green will also keep things alive offensively, after hitting 8 home runs in 2019, tying for 3rd in the NWAC. Elliott Marks will lead the Warriors from behind the dish. Zac Berryman received 2nd Team All-Region honors in 2019 and will be back at shortstop. Spencer Schwehr pitched the 2nd most innings in 2019 of the returning Warriors, striking out 37 in 34 innings. He will be an important piece of the 2020 pitching staff and is committed to play at Northwest Nazarene after this season. Another infield candidate is Kobe Morris who hit .349 in 2019; he could add some pitching depth as well. Kyle Corrigan is expected to win the 3B job. More pitching depth will come from experienced arms RHP Brody Woods (14 appearances, 2 wins, 1 save, 3.94 ERA) and LHP Summit Neil (15 appearances, 4 wins). Three new pitchers expected to have a big impact are Wyatt Boone, Connor Ferguson, and Taylor Hamada. Tui Moliga will add outfield depth.
Four weekends of Saturday/Sunday home doubleheaders begin the Warriors’ 2020 schedule. The Warriors go to Spokane to open the East Region schedule on March 25. Go Warriors!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Walla Walla:
Dalton Jones, Highland HS
Diego Hernandez, Kuna HS
Hayden Thompson, Moscow HS

Gino Bellantoni, Pullman HS
Kailer Howell, Bonneville HS
Sam Biggers, Lake Washington HS
Kaleb Stevenson, Kennewick HS
Kyle Marboe, Hanford HS
Joshua Garza, Othello HS
Ryne Byus, Mt. Spokane HS
Noah Renzelman, Asotin HS
Kobe Holt, Cheney HS
Nathan Tastad, Glacier Peak HS
Luke Green, Arlington HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 24

Wenatchee Valley College – Wenatchee, WA

Head Coach: Zach Clanton (4th year)
Assistants: CJ Ketron, Bryan Widener, Julian Rivera
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: https://gowvc.com/
2019 Record: 8-30 overall, 4-24 in conference
2020 Opening Day:
Saturday, February 29th vs. Shoreline in Wenatchee, WA
2020 League Opener: Wednesday, March 25th vs. Big Bend in Moses Lake, WA
Top Newcomers:
Ben Leid, FR, C, Crescent Valley HS (OR)
Devin Fry, FR, RHP, Asotin HS (WA)
Hunter Rubert, FR, INF, Okanogan HS (WA)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Clanton begins his 4th year as the Knights’ head coach after spending two years as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. He will put his pitching knowledge to use to develop his young players who are expected to make big strides in 2020.
Two BBNW alumni right hand pitchers will have rotation spots. Justin Bates got a lot of innings in 9 starts last year. Colin Spendlove missed last year with an injury after transferring from Central Washington, but is now ready for big things. Two middle infielders Kenny Armato and Michael Wagner were regulars last year and will set the tone offensively this season. Outfielder/LHP Zach Townsend will have the two-way tag in 2020 after missing 2019 with an injury. He is expected to be a spark plug at the top of the order and be the go-to guy in the bullpen.
The three top recruits who will have an immediate impact will be Ben Leid who can handle the middle of the order and provide the defensive role. Devin Fry will get a chance to be a starter. Hunter Rubert can handle the glove to help stabilize the middle infield defense.
Wenatchee Valley gets things started against Shoreline on February 29. They will face Big Bend for the East Region opener on March 25th. The Knights go to #1 NWAC ranked team Spokane Falls on April 11th for a key series. Go Knights!
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Wenatchee:
Jackson Scherr, Lake City HS
Austin Reed, Gonzaga Prep
Jaron Gibson, Kamiakin HS
Niko Wiltz, Eisenhower HS
Dawson Hauff, Eisenhower HS
Jacob Changala, East Valley HS
Gabriel DeJesus, AC Davis HS
Nick Giesinger, North Creek HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 18

Yakima Valley Community College – Yakima, WA

Head Coach: Kyle Krustangel (5th year)
Assistants: Cash Ulrich, Tyler VonDracek, Ryan Sires
Affiliation: NWAC
Conference: East Region
Website: www.goyaks.com
2019 Record: 30-19 overall, 19-9 in conference
2020 Opening Day: Saturday, February 22nd vs. Linn-Benton CC in Albany, OR
2020 League Opener: Saturday, March 25th vs. Columbia Basin College in Pasco, WA
Top Newcomers:
Tyler Chipman, RS-FR, RHP, Transfer from Gonzaga University
Spencer Marenco, FR, INF, Mount Si HS (WA)
Josh Davis, FR, C/UTL, Bothell HS (WA)
Tyler Frieders, RS-FR, RHP, Billings Senior HS (MT)
What Baseball Northwest has to say about the 2020 season:
Coach Krustangel begins his 5th year leading the Yaks with three NWAC Tournament appearances in that time including a championship in 2016 and a runner-up in 2018. He has continued a history of success as Yakima has won 21 NWAC titles over the years. The BBNW alum has the team poised in 2020 for another title run and is ranked #7 in the preseason coaches’ poll. He cites a good group of sophomore leaders, a talented freshmen class, and a close team culture.
One of the best players in the NWAC returns in utility guy Donald Saltiban Jr who was a 2nd Team All-NWAC selection a year ago and is ranked the #81 top JC player nationally by Baseball America. The Hawaii native hit .364 and stole 17 bases last year. First baseman and middle of the order bat Henry Lenaburg had double digit extra-base hits last year. He is a Fall Presidents List member with a 3.97 GPA.  Shortstop Connor Coballes fielded .972 in 218 chances in 2019. The top returning arm is RHP Mikito Barkman who may be the #1 weekend starter. Saltiban is getting lots of pro interest. Saltiban and Barkman have signed at Lewis-Clark State.
The top new Yaks are BBNW alums: Tyler Chipman should garner a weekend starter spot. A big impact is expected from Spencer Marenco. Josh Davis has the power to produce in the middle of the hitting order. Tyler Frieders is coming off an injury but is ready to be a top inning guy this year.
The Yaks open the 2020 season with a road trip to Linn-Benton CC February 22 then head down I-5 to play Lane CC in a double header on February 23. A 17-game home schedule follows. East Region play begins at Columbia Basin on March 25th. The meeting of the two conference favorites will be March 28th when the Yaks travel to #1 rated Spokane Falls. Go Yaks!
Top Prospects on roster, previously ranked by Baseball Northwest:
Oregon Class of 2019: #19 Cameron Carlson
Washington Class of 2019: #30 Easton Stevens
Class of 2020 Northwest players committed to Yakima:
Rowan Ramsay, Central Catholic HS
Jagger Harris, Emerald Ridge HS
Caughlin Shults, Grants Pass HS
Justin Hudson, Kittitas HS
Cade Christopherson, Chelan HS
John Taylor, Lakeridge HS
Jack Arsenian, Federal Way HS
Josiah Johnson, W.F. West HS
Trevor McCorkle, Fife HS
Westin Scheurich, R.A. Long HS
Donald Scherting, Wenatchee HS
Payton Childers, Lake City HS
Kelen Rutz, Kamiakin HS
Ryne Hays, Seattle Prep
Noah Zohn, Richland HS
Thomas Dunn, Lincoln HS
Connor Wilson, Chelan HS
Jaxon Rocha, Othello HS
Chandler Holaday, Wenatchee HS
Dominic Barela, Westview HS
Brian Hamlin, Lakeridge HS
Carson Judd, Central Valley HS
Kadyn Shelton, David Douglas HS
Cooper VanLuchene, Belgrade HS
BBNW Alumni on Roster: 22