New Chapter for Shoreline Baseball

Shoreline Community College Athletic Director Steve Eskridge has announced the resignation of Head Baseball Coach Travis Fox. Fox resigned yesterday to take a full time position at Microsoft. Fox has been a part of the Shoreline Community College baseball program for the last four years serving as the Head Coach for the last two seasons. In his final season at Shoreline Fox led the team to their first playoff appearance since 1979.

“We wish Travis the very best in his new position,” said Eskridge. “Travis has had a big impact on our baseball team and we are looking forward to the baseball program’s continued success.”

Shoreline will turn to a familiar face to take over the baseball program as Associate Head Coach Dave Snell has been named the next Head Coach of Dolphins Baseball. Snell has been a member of the coaching staff for the last four years as the Associate Head Coach and Pitching Coach. Snell, a Shoreline resident and former Ingraham High School star, brings years of coaching and playing experience to the position. As a player Snell was drafted by the San Francisco Giants and spent time with the Kansas City Royals and Seattle Mariners organizations. Snell founded the Seattle Select Baseball program in 2005.

“We are excited to announce Dave Snell as the next Head Coach of our baseball program,” said Eskridge. “Dave already knows what it means to be a Dolphin and his years of experience in baseball make him the perfect choice to build on the historic 2015 season.”

For any inquiries regarding the baseball program you can reach Coach Snell via email at dsnell@shoreline.edu or in his office at 206-533-6742.

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