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Ben graduated in 2015 with a B.S. in Management/Marketing after a four year playing career with Yakima Valley College and Oregon Tech. Krueger helped the Yaks to an Eastern Divisional crown and NWAC Championships berth in 2012 and led the Hustlin' Owls to an NAIA CCC Regional Playoff berth in 2013. After 8 years coaching at the 18U level, Krueger founded Mercedes-Benz of Seattle Baseball Club in 2017 and was named the Assistant Recruiting Coordinator and Outfield Coach for Shoreline CC in 2018. 

Clarke graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Business and Economics after a stellar four year playing career, including stops at Freed-Hardeman University, Southeastern Oklahoma State and Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA. Bader put an exclamation point on his senior year behind the dish for the Warriors with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage while homering twice. He now serves as Head Coach for the Kirkland-based Prep Sportswear baseball program.

Christian Heideger graduated in 2017 with a B.A. in Business Administration and a Minor in Psychology after a four year playing career with Concordia University and the University of Redlands. Entering his second year with Shoreline CC, Heideger oversees the catchers and hitters and manages student-athlete academic success. He also serves as the CFO of Wild Woody Bats, a baseball company in Seattle. Heideger hit for a combined .330 average at Concordia and the University of Redlands. He played and coached for the Fort Collins Foxes program in Colorado from 2015-2017, winning a gold glove award (2016) and holding a record of 19-9 while coaching in 2017. 

Troy graduated in 2016 with a B.S. in Communications and Minor in Nutritional Science after a sensational four year playing career with the University of Washington. Rallings was selected in the 36th round by the Oakland Athletics in 2015 and the 22nd round by the Los Angeles Angels in 2016 after earning Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year and Louisville Slugger and Baseball America First Team All-American Honors. Rallings was a Golden Spikes Award Finalist his senior year after recording the second-best ERA in America: 0.89. He ended his collegiate career tied atop the Huskies' all-time career saves list with 31.

Clayton graduated in 2014 after a storied four year playing career at Linfield College where he collected NCAA DIII All-Northwest Conference Awards in 2011 and 2013 en route to a National Championship for the Wildcats in 2013. Truex was an Under Armour Top 100 West selection and Preseason All-American and was the only Linfield Freshman to homer twice in three separate games in the same season. He has played professionally for the Oregon City Mud Turtles and the Alpine Cowboys in 2015 and 2016 and was named PIL MVP in 2018. He is currently an unsigned Free Agent.

Chris joins the Cascade Collegiate League as the Director of Strength in 2019. Foster began his playing career at Yakima Valley College in 2011 and returned home to finish at Green River College in 2013. After his playing career, Foster trained as a competitive weightlifter and became the Mercedes-Benz of Seattle Baseball Strength Coach in 2017, where he tailors position-specific regiments for every level of experience in the weight room. Chris will oversee all strength and conditioning for CCL players and will drive positional group training throughout the summer for players seeking individualized attention.

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