Over the past three decades, many Knights from players, to coaches, to front office staff have been honored for excelling in the game including the team’s 2016 MVP Kyle Nobach of Oregon State (pictured) who earned first-team all-WCL honors and was named the MVP of the West Coast League All-Star Game. A complete list of all the Knights honors from 1990-2017 is accessible from this page.
The Corvallis Knights won their fifth West Coast League title in 2017 – earning back-to-back championships for the first time (pictured, 2016 dogpile). The club has a long history of achievement, spanning three decades. Knights highlights from 1990-2017 are accessible from this page.
Here you can check out the Knights statistical leaders by year from 1990-2017 for every major statistical category by accessing single season leaders by year from this page. Former Oregon State utility man Andy Atwood (pictured) led the Knights in hitting with a .323 batting average in 2016.
Check out the Knights single-season record holders for all the team’s major offensive and pitching categories. The records are from the club’s time in the West Coast League, which was established in 2005. The club’s home run, RBI and doubles records were set this past summer by Corvallis Knights MVP Jordan Qsar of Pepperdine (pictured).
Since the club moved to summer collegiate play, the Knights have featured exceptional coaching. Learn more about all the team’s managers and coaches since 1999 to 2017. Current Corvallis Knights skipper Brooke Knight (pictured) has collected four WCL Coach of the Year honors.