History and Records

Westmont Baseball History

Baseball was one of the first intercollegiate programs offered at Westmont College. The program has produced 10 NAIA All-Americans and numerous All-District and All-GSAC players. In addition, Westmont has had 29 players sign professional contracts, including two who have reached the major leagues. Since the end of the 2014 season, seven Warriors have been selected in the MLB First Year Player Draft.

Coach Years Overall Record (Pct.) GSAC Record (Pct.)
Jack Siemens 1958-59, 61 (3) 50-40 (.556)
Dan Arens 1960, 1964-65 (3) 58-49 (.542)
Jake Schmandt 1962-63, 1966, 1969-72 (7) 148-105 (.584)
Russ Carr 1967-68 (2) 33-34 (.493)
Ron Rostomily 1973 (1) 21-13 (.618)
Mike Simpson 1974-77 (4) 87-79 (.524)
Ron Smith 1978-81 (4) 49-103 (.322)
Mike Lord 1982-83 (2) 41-38 (.519)
John Kirkgard 1984-96 (13) 281-299 (.484) 112-102 (.523)
Bret Biegert 1997-00 (4) 87-91 (.489) 44-64 (.407)
Warren Dickey 2001-03 (3) 29-98-1 (.230) 16-68 (.191)
Rob Crawford 2004-06 (3) 21-113 (.157) 9-81 (.100)
Scott Deck 2007-09 (3) 32-103 (.237) 22-86 (.204)
Robert Ruiz 2010-16 (7) 194-164-1 (.542) 124-124 (.500)
Total 1958-2016 (59) 1141-1329-2 (.462) 328-525 (.385)
 
Ryan Weeks (1996-97)

Holds the record for highest career batting average at .394.


Ryan Eisele (1998-01)

Holds the record for most career hits (221), and highest season batting average (.433)