2014 Baseball
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  • Central Washington Wildcats
    Central Washington poses with the GNAC Champions banner, following its 9-1 victory over Western Oregon in the 2014 GNAC Baseball Championships title game.
  • Brody Miller, MSUB
    Montana State Billings junior second baseman Brody Miller became the first player in Yellowjacket history to earn all-America honors, after being picked as the GNAC Player of the Year.
  • Ethan Sterkel, CWU
    Central Washington senior Ethan Sterkel led the GNAC in batting average at .402 and was an NCBWA honorable mention all-American.
  • Brandon Williams, CWU
    Central Washington junior Brandon Williams was tabbed as GNAC Pitcher of the Year, after leading the conference in strikeouts with 89 and shutouts with three.
  • Cory Welch, CWU
    Central Washington junior Cory Welch was selected as the GNAC Newcomer of the Year after leading the conference with 11 saves and starting 46 games at shortstop.
  • Zack Larsen, SMU
    Saint Martin's shortstop Zack Larsen was voted GNAC Freshman of the Year and was a first team all-conference pick.
  • Ken Garland, SMU
    Saint Martin's head coach Ken Garland was named GNAC Coach of the Year, after leading the Saints on a late push to get into the championship tournament.
  • Chandler Tracy, SMU
    Saint Martin's junior Chandler Tracy led the GNAC in home runs with 11, and became the conference's all-time leader with 31 career long balls.
  • Garret Harpole, WOU
    Western Oregon junior Garret Harpole was selected as the first team all-conference third baseman.
  • Daniel McNabb, WOU
    Western Oregon senior Daniel McNabb was a unanimous first team all-GNAC pick in his final collegiate season.
  • Kasey Bielec, CWU
    Central Washington junior third baseman Kasey Bielec was a first team all-conference selection in 2014.
  • Zach Carter, SMU
    Saint Martin's junior right-hander Zach Carter was a first team all-GNAC selection.
  • Aaron Vaughn, NNU
    Northwest Nazarene senior ace Aaron Vaughn was a Daktronics second team all-region selection, after leading the GNAC in complete games with seven.
  • Joe Castro, CWU
    Central Washington hoists GNAC Championships Most Valuable Player Joe Castro after the left fielder helped the Wildcats win their first-ever conference title.
  • Desi Storey, CWU
    Central Washington skipper Desi Storey piloted the Wildcats to their first-ever GNAC title, picking up career victory No. 500 along the way.
  • Luke Reinschmidt, MSUB
    Montana State Billings sophomore Luke Reinschmidt became just the third player in GNAC history to hit for the cycle, completing the feat on March 28 against Northwest Nazarene.
  • Spencer Dodd, SMU
    Saint Martin's senior first baseman Spencer Dodd completed his four-year career with an outstanding .990 fielding percentage.
  • Spenser Watkins, WOU
    Western Oregon senior Spenser Watkins earned second team all-GNAC honors in 2014.
  • Kellen Walker, WOU
    Western Oregon head coach Kellen Walker guided the Wolves to their 13th consecutive regular season title in 2014.
  • Kaelen Hirashiki, SMU
    Saint Martin's second baseman Kaelen Hirashiki loses his cap while making a play during the 2014 GNAC Championships. The sophomore was the lone player in the conference to record three multi-steal games.
  • Rob Bishop, MSUB
    Montana State Billings head coach Rob Bishop.
  • Andrew Helmstadter, NNU
    Northwest Nazarene freshman Andrew Helmstadter had a solid debut collegiate season for the Crusaders, earning honorable mention all-conference honors.
  • Ryan Johnson, NNU
    Northwest Nazarene junior Ryan Johnson hit .294 with 11 doubles for the Crusaders this season.
  • Rocke Musgraves, NNU
    Northwest Nazarene first year head coach Rocke Musgraves earned his 600th career victory this season, after 15 seasons coaching at the NAIA level.
  • Northwest Nazarene Crusaders
    The 2014 Northwest Nazarene baseball team.