Men's Baseball

GRC Athletics 2021-22 Update

GRC Athletics plans to have a full year of all sports participating for the 2021-22 season. The following sports will start practicing August 1, 2021: Women's Soccer, Volleyball, Women's Cross Country, and Men's Cross Country. The following sports will start at their regular times of the year for Winter and Spring: Women's Basketball, Men's Basketball, Baseball, Women's Track & Field, and Men's Track & Field.

NWAC Details on Returning to Play for 2020-21 & 2021-22

(updated August 14, 2020)  The NWAC (Northwest Athletic Conference) has posted its updated NWAC Return to Play for 2020-21, This update includes an overview of the situation, guiding principles for return, return to play guidelines, the revised sports calendar, and a summary.



Gator Baseball

Green River College has long been a supporter of collegiate baseball in the South Sound region.

Since the program's beginning in 1968, Gator baseball has been competing in the North West Athletic Association of Community Colleges. Green River won the NWAACC Championship in 1975 under the direction of Ron Hopkins and has won seven Western Region title since that time. Most recently, the school won the Western Region title in 1998, 1994 and 1992. In 2009 and 2007 Green River qualified for the NWAACC championship tournament and finished third in both events.

Green River baseball has been successful in advancing careers both collegiately and professionally in the sport of baseball. Several players have been drafted in the Major League draft and others have received scholarships to participate in NCAA Division I, II and NAIA programs.

For more information about our baseball program contact head coach Ben Reindel.


Head Coach - Ben Reindel

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The Team

Men's Baseball Team Roster and Player Information

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Men's Baseball Season Schedule

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A history of Green River Men's Baseball including yearly records, individual season records, NWAACC awards, MVPs, division awards and more.

Men's Baseball History