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Former Husky baseball player ......
Brent Lillibridge played for the University of Washington for three seasons, where he was named to the All-Pac 10 Conference Team for three straight seasons, before being drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 4th round (121st overall) of the 2005 amateur entry draft. The former Jackson high school, WA standout made his major league debut on April 26, 2008 for the Atlanta Braves, and is currently playing infield for the Chicago White sox.
Former Husky Pitcher Tim Lincecum...
Was the first Husky ever taken in the first round of the Major League draft when selected by San Francisco with the 10th pick in 2006. Tim finished his UW career as the Huskies single-season record holder for wins (12) and strikeouts (199). He also holds career records for wins (30), starts (51), innings (342.0), walks (216) and strikeouts (491), and owns the Pac-10 record for career strikeouts (491). Tim is also the only former Husky pitcher to win not just one, but two Cy Young Awards in 2008, and 2009 as a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants.
There are indicators all over that Husky baseball is on its way back.
There are hulking backhoes along the western perimeter of Husky Ballpark building an overdue baseball operations facility.
There are former players pumped that dirt is actually being moved. There is momentum rising for the rest of the job: the complete renovation of Husky Ballpark.
There are NCAA rules changes that have reduced the potency of aluminum bats and bent the game more toward UW's new, small-ball ways.
Jason Kelly joined the Washington baseball staff as pitching coach in August of 2012, moving to the UW after having spent the last six seasons developing a top-notching pitching staff at Cal Poly.
Last season, Coach Kelly led the Cal Poly pitching staff to a stellar 3.48 earned run average, led by a pair of starters, Joey Wagman and Kyle Anderson. Wagman posted a 9-3 record and a 2.33 ERA with just 21 walks in 108.1 innings while Anderson was 10-1 with a 3-40 ERA, walking just 16 in 92.2 frames.
As a staff, Cal Poly pitchers surrendered just 155 bases on balls in 499 innings last season, good enough to rank No. 27 in the nation (out of 291 Division I teams) in walks per nine innings.
In 2011, under Kelly's direction, the Mustangs posted a team ERA of 3.60, with 152 walks in 460.1 innings. The 3.60 ERA was the best in Cal Poly's 17-year Division I existence to that point (and was bested by the 3.48 mark the following season).
Assistant Coach/Camp Director
Jordon Twohig, who led Ohlone College (Fremont, Calif.) to the California state junior college championship in 2010, was named as an assistant coach at Washington on July 9, 2010.
In May of 2010, Twohig wrapped up his second season as the head coach at Ohlone by winning the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) crown with a 16-10 win over the College of San Mateo College in the title game. The win was the first state championship at Ohlone in any team sport.
Twohig's 2010 team went 37-10 overall and were 20-5 in the Coast Conference. The Renegades finished the year ranked No. 3 in the nation according to Perfect Game USA's junior college poll. Twohig was honored as the 2010 ABCA Diamond/National Coach of the Year.
The 2010 Ohlone squad boasted eight all-conference players, including two all-American selections, the state's pitcher of the year and three players who were selected in the Major League Draft. The Renegades hit .314 as a team, were No. 2 in the state in home runs, and finished in the top 10 in the state in every major offensive category.
Tanner Swanson begins his first year as the Huskies' volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 season. Swanson will handle the catchers and assist with hitting, base-running and bunting while also taking charge of the camps program.
Swanson came to the UW as a student manager for the 2012 season and, after briefly ascending into the role of director of baseball operations, moved in to a coaching spot in the fall of 2012.
Prior to coming to Washington, Swanson was the head baseball coach at Green River Community College in Auburn, Wash., for the 2011 season. At GRCC, he coached pitcher Cody Hebner, who was drafted in the fourth round that season by the Padres. He also had three players sign letters of intent with Division I programs.
Before moving to Green River, Swanson worked as a lecturer in the school of physical education and school health while also serving as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Central Washington, in 2010.