Diamond 'Dogs move on to university
Published: Monday, October 17, 2011
Updated: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 19:10
Fredendall was selected to the All-Coast Conference team, and was selected to the All-Northern California team, and a few All-American teams.
Attending the University of Hawaii, utility player Joe Goldenberg, will attempt to walk on. Goldenberg had a .515 slugging percentage, and a batting average of .323.
Joining Goldenberg to the island but playing ball for the University of Hawaii-Hilo is catcher, Tyler Nitahara.
Catcher, Shawn Walters is attending Sonoma State.
Walters, holding an on base percentage of .400 will join fellow teammate, pitcher, Zach Sanford, as they attend Sonoma State and pitch in the spring.
"They were truly great student athletes," Williams added. "We've already got two more guys committing on our active roster."
Making the transition to the universities, pitcher, Doug Caldwell will pitch for the University of Saint May in Leavensworth, Kentucky.
Recording an E.R.A. of 3.86, pitcher, Nick Franquez will play ball at Pennsylvania University as fellow pitcher Ian Paratore will play at UC Berkeley.
Outfielder Nate Bobrowski will play baseball for St. Edwards University of Austin, Texas.
Shortstop Riley Goulding will play for University of Texas-Pan America.
Finally, utility player, Griffin Kirsch will walk-on the baseball staff of University of Nevada, Reno.