Teams & Schedules


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  • Incoming Freshman Baseball Roster (Class of 2025)

    If your name is on the roster, please go to the link below and fill out the google form.  An email will be sent to you to give you the upcoming practice schedule.  

    Logan Berenson
    Phelan Bucknor
    Dominic Cadiz
    Andres Calderon
    Aiden Carnet
    Emerson Clark
    Cameron Curtin
    Vincent Dionisio
    Jack Gilardi III
    Jack Haladey
    Nick Heicke
    Beau Koch
    Jack Koczara
    Jaydon Kuntz
    Aaron Luna
    Hunter Manning
    Daniel Matthew
    Nick Park
    Jackson Ranney
    Jaedyn Rodezno
    Gabe Zebrack


Varsity Head Coach: Tom Dill

JV Head Coach: Brian Milone

Freshman Head Coach:
Darren Norris


The 2021 NDHS season managed to get underway Saturday, March 20, as the masked Knights battled for a 4-3 away win over J Serra. Despite out-hitting the Lions 9 to 4, the Knights trailed until the 6th inning when, after tying it, they went ahead on an errant attempted pick-off at 2nd base (which allowed the go-ahead to score from 3rd). 

Nicholas Rynn led the offense with 2 hits, one of them an RBI (scoring the tying run), while James Markey also had 2 hits, including a bunt single to load the bases & the team's only extra-base hit, a double. Four different Knights scored a run. 

Angelo Aleman arguably made the Knights defensive play of the game, a diving stab at the 3rd base foul line finished with the put out at first.

Jack Snyder started for the Knights. After a rough first inning, where he allowed 2 runs,  he settled in for a total of 3 runs after 3 complete, striking out 3, while walking 4.  Christian Miranda was sharp in middle relief to eventually notch the W, allowing just one hit while his team went ahead to stay. Jonathan Peric then shut it down in the final 2 innings, no runs, 1 hit, 3 K's & 1 BB. 

Meanwhile, Lion starter David Horn (8 hits, 4 runs, 1BB) struck out 9 Knights while tossing over 100 pitches in 5.2 innings to record the loss. 

-Kevin Meagher, Notre Dame

Coach's Message

The Notre Dame Baseball program helps our players reach their fullest potential on and off of the field.  We foster leadership with professionalism and preparation while competing at the highest level in the country.  With an emphasis on academics, social development, sportsmanship, and Christian values, we help support the Mission of Notre Dame High School.


Notre Dame has a rich tradition with over 60 years of success. In the last 29 years, Head Coach Tom Dill has led the Knights to 7 Mission League titles and has had 59 players make the All-CIF list. During Dill's tenure, Notre Dame has gone to the CIF Playoffs 19 times (two championship appearances, four semi-final appearances). Collecting eleven 20-win seasons, the Knights have claimed nine tournament titles and seven league titles while earning three national top-10 ranks and three state top-10 ranks. 

In the classroom, over 400 baseball players have maintained a collective GPA over 3.2. No player has ever been academically ineligible.
Under Dill, there have been 85 students who have played college baseball, including 43 Division I athletes. Some of these include:

J.J. Muno, UC Santa Barbara
- Jake Hirabayashi, UCLA
- Jordan Myrow, Cal State LA
Colin BrophyGeorge Washington University (active)
Bronson Balholm, Belloit College (active)
Justin Goossen-Brown, San Diego State
Logan Pollack, University of Michigan (active)
Drew Littwin, Chapman (active)
Noah Taylor, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (active)
Isaac Amador, LA Valley College (active)
Ian White, LA Valley College (active)
Deandre Carter, LA Valley College (active)
Michael Whiteside, Point Loma Nazarene University (active)
Jalen Parks, Cal Lutheran University (active)
Grant Berman, NYU (active)
Joshua Perlmutter, Santa Barbara City College
Michael Wilson, Emory
- Jamie Robertson, Emory

Knights in MLB

Many Notre Dame alumni have found success on the professional level. Over the last 25 years, 40 professional baseball players have developed while playing for Dill. Some notable alumni in Minor/Major League Baseball include:

Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees, 4-time All-Star, NL MVP, NL home run leader (active)
Hunter Greene, Dayton Dragons under Cincinnati Reds, second overall selection in 2017 MLB Draft (active)
Kelly DuganChicago Dogs
Josh Goossen-Brown, Chicago Dogs
JJ Muno, Winston-Salem Dash under Chicago White Sox (active)
- Tommy Wilson, St. Lucie Mets under New York Mets (active)
David Armendariz, Lake County Captains under Cleveland Indians
Eddie Muhl, Bristol Pirates under Pittsburgh Pirates
- Tim Foli (first round draft-pick 1969, World Series Champ)
- Greg Goossen (Multiple teams)
- Chris Dickerson (Multiple Teams)
- Brett Hayes, Texas Rangers
- Brendan Ryan (Multiple Teams)
- Jack McDowell (1993 Cy Young Award winner)
- Jorge Piedra, Colorado Rockies
- Tom Gamboa, Coach (Multiple Teams)
- Bobby Hughes, Milwaukee Brewers
- Pat Gillick, 2-time World Series GM (MLB Hall of Fame)

Sports Awards

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  • 2018-2019

    MVP - Lucas Gordon
    MVP - Devan Ornelas
    Most Inspirational Player - Jake Dicker
    Most Improved Player - Jack Snyder
    Sparky Lee Award - Josh Kim
    Gunn/Jerkens Coaches Award: Carter Kessinger/Tommy Beres

    Offensive Player of the Year - James Markey
    Defensive Player of the Year - Nico Rynn
    Pitcher of the Year Award - Daniel (DJ) Cameron
    Coaches Award - Carson Allen
    Coaches Award - Jack Coscolluela

    Pitcher of the Year - Diego Herrera
    Offensive Player of the Year - Jack Gurevitch
    Defensive Player of the Year - Christian Miranda
    Coaches Award - Garon Maxon
    Coaches Award - Aidan Forte

Marine Corps Stadium Dedication

2019 Alumni Game

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