Baseball

  • Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) has a rich baseball tradition steeped in wins, successful achievements on the field and in the classroom as well as the advancement by our players. In the last 25 years, the Saints have won 18 regional championships and taken two Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Championships. They have also compiled two second-place finishes, nine third-place finishes and two fourth-place finishes. MHCC has finished at the top of the Southern Region ten out of the last 12 seasons.

  • Saints Baseball Team Dominated the East Super Regional Tournament

    Jace Mckinney and Thomas Lampkin

    Our Saints Baseball team dominated the East Super Regional Tournament beating the Edmonds Tritons (7-2) and the Yakima Valley Yaks (8-7) on Friday before facing the defending NWAC Champion Yaks again on Saturday to win 7-2 to advance to the NWAC Baseball Championship Tournament in Longview, Washington this weekend. 

    Jace Mckinney and Thomas Lampkin were recently named to the All-Region First Team and Beau Crouch was named to the All-Region Second Team.

    The Saints will begin the tournament this evening (May 25) at 7:35 p.m. when they face the Lower Columbia Red Devils.  You can follow all of the action at http://www.nwacsports.org/baseball/championship/

  • Schedule

    Find out when the Saints are playing next!

    Season Standings

    Check out where the Saints are at in the Southern Region standings on their way to the NWAC Championship Tournament!

    Season Stats

    Just how do the Saints stack up against the other teams statistically!

    Awards

    The Saints have a long history of success!

    Saints Who Have Advanced

    Not only are our athletes successful at MHCC but many have furthered their academic and athletic careers at the next level.

    Records

    Check out the awesome performances of our student athletes!

    Archives

    Check out some of the history for our baseball program.

    Video

    The Saint Baseball Team are strong leaders on the field and in the community. This past winter the team arrived at one of our local homeless shelters with food in arm, prepared and served over 80 individuals.