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Former Titans Making Big Contributions at the Next Level

Former Titans Making Big Contributions at the Next Level imagePosted: 2/26/2010 5:32:00 PM

Caldwell, ID - Former Titan standout Diego Robles (Caldwell, ID) was named Cascade Conference Hitter of the Week. The senior star third baseman for The College of Idaho went 11 for 13 at the plate, with 2 home runs and 10 RBI. He extended his hitting streak to ten games. Robles now leads the NAIA West in batting average and RBI, at .633 and 16, respectively. You can read about Robles HERE

Sophomore Collin Bennett (Bellevue, WA), now playing for the University of Hawaii, had a walk off single to beat Oregon State this past weekend. Bennett, a 1st Team All NWAACC and Western Division player last season for TCC, is now starting in right field for the Rainbows. Against the Beavers he drove a full count single up the middle to drive home the winning run, capping a bottom of the ninth rally by Hawaii. Follow Bennett's progress HERE

Sophomore CJ Dailey (Bellevue, WA) is leading the Menlo College Oaks in batting average this season, at .444. Dailey played infield at Tacoma, and is now starting at second base for Menlo, who owns a 5-3 record on the season. Follow Dailey HERE

Junior Blake Nelson (Vancouver, WA) has started 2 of 4 games for the Montana State Billings Yellowjackets this season. Follow Nelson HERE

Junior Alex Reyes (Coeur d'Alene, ID) has appeared in 6 of 9 games for The College of Idaho Coyotes, hitting an even .300 on the year. Follow Reyes HERE

Senior Anthony Dallosto (Kent, WA) has started 13 of 14 games behind the plate for Lindenwood University. He is hitting .314 on the season with 5 RBI. Follow Dallosto HERE

Senior Todd Muecklisch (Federal Way, WA) has started 6 of 9 games at shortstop for NAIA powerhouse Lewis-Clark State College. The speedy Muecklisch is currently batting .200 with 3 RBI. Follow Muecklisch HERE

Senior Jesse Nunley (Orting, WA), a 2nd Team ALL GNAC selection last year for the Western Oregon Wolves, is currently second on the team in ERA at 1.29. Follow Nunley HERE

Sophomore Brett Bielec (Port Orchard, WA) currently leads the Central Washington Wildcats in home runs with 2, and is batting .273. The centerfielder was a 1st Team All Western Division choice last year for Tacoma. Follow Bielec HERE

Senior Danny Myers (Tumwater, WA) is also playing a big role for Central this season. After breaking a bone in fall camp, Myers has come back to near full strength and should be a major factor the rest of the way. Follow Myers HERE

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