CARDINALS IN COLLEGE

  • Pete’s students have fared well not only on the diamond, but they have also enhanced their classroom success, enriched their personal lives and grown their professional process capacity.

 

  • By the numbers over nearly 30 years of working, over 90% of Wilkinson baseball students have gone on to play college sports.  Over 70% of those played at least through their junior year in college.  That is double the national average success rate of college baseball careers.  In softball and golf, the percentage is nearly 100%.

 

  • Within the hundreds of Pete’s students, here are a few examples of young men and women who have made serious impact on their teams both on and off the field.

Cole Quintanilla, Cedar Park HS, RHP at the University of Texas.

Ben Johnson, Westwood HS, LF at the University of Texas.

Nathan Thornhill, Cedar Park HS, RHP at the University of Texas.

Jeff Blackinton, Bainbridge Island, WA, Catcher NCAA 2002 National Champions at Rice University

Brandon Breaux, Vista Ridge HS, LHP at Blinn Junior College.

Drew Cable, Vista Ridge HS, RHP at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Gray Goolsby, Vandegrift HS, C at Middlebury College.

Kragen Kechely, Vista Ridge HS, RHP at Dallas Baptist University.

Cade McDonald, Hendrickson HS, is an outfielder at Texas Lutheran University.

Simon Scales, Savio HS, is an infielder at the University of the Incarnate Word.

Colby Schmidt, Liberty Hill High School, is a catcher at Southwestern University.

Zach Walsh, Vista Ridge HS, is an infielder at Santa Clara University in California.

Travis Williamson, Liberty Hill High School, CF at Huston-Tillotson University.

Garrett Mathis, Smithville HS, C at University of Houston - Victoria.

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