If you're a former Rider Alumni that played Varsity baseball for at least one year, please email ( the total years you played in the program so we can include your name on this list.

Adam Necklason 2004-2006
Aldofo Bagnerello 1992-1994
Alex Kelley 2006
Alex King 2010-2014
Andrew Kaufman 2010-2012
Andrew Youngs 2010-2013
Andy Palmer 1986-1988
Anthony Kramer 2007-2009
Austin Cowen 2006-2008
Austin Tennant 2009-2013
Austin Zigray 2010-2012
Barry Koch 1986-1988
Billy Laughlin 1986-1988
Brian Adsit 2001-2003
Brian Rickert 2003-2005
Bubba Hamilton 2006-2009
Cameron Mock 2006-2007
Carl Dick 1998-2001
Clay Rodgers 2001-2002
Dale Wishard 1984-1986
Dallis Cowen 1986-1988
Dalton Cowen 2007-2011
Dalton McCann 2010-2012
Dan Baker 1984-1986
Dan Cordray 1983-1985
Dan Miller 1998-2000
Doyle Hanson 2011
Drake Kelley 2008-2012
Drew Adriaens 2010
Drew Baier 2005-2007
Dylan Martinez 2009-2010
Evan Cunningham 2007-2009
Garrett Jackson 2006-2009
Gavin Reimer 2008-2011
Jacob Swan 2004-2005
Jared Wass 2006-2010
Jason Jones 2003-2005
Jeff Gray 1989-1991
Jon Fisher 2008-2010
Josh Burkle 2000-2002
Josh McGrath 1993-1995
JR Stahla- 2003-2005
JT Zigray 2008-2011
Justin Peters 2003-2005
Kadison Wass 2009-2013
Kameron Hunter 2010
Keegan Williams 2010-2011, 2013
Keith Riss 1986-1988
Kenny Cross 1986-1988
Kirby Drube 1992-1994
Kramer Jackson 2008-2009
Kris Langdon 1994-1996
Kyle Rhoades 2007-2009
Lance Doctor 1986-1988
Lane Scott 1986-1988
Lucas Lehman 2005-2007
Lucas Rissler 2010-2014
Mark Overman 2000-2001
Mason Stillman 2009-2012
Matt Fogle 2009-2013
Michael Anderson 1999-2000
Michael Peters 2005, 2008
Mike Dorr 1989-1991
Nathan Barrett 2005-2007
Nathan Kolata 2005-2008
Nick Carter 1981-1982
Patrick Martin 1982-1984
Paul DeCelle 1993-1995
Phillip Agrey 1985-1987
Robert Markve 2008-2011
Rory Williams 1993-1995
Ryan Hutchison 2006-2008
Ryan Iliff 2005-2008
Sawley Wilde 2005-2007
Scott Miller 1978-1980
Shane Cermak 2003-2005
Shane Laughlin 1986-1988
Shane Miller 1999-2000
Shawn Flahart 1986-1988
Seth Means 2006-2008
Steve Blankenship 2003-2005
Steve Laakso 1993-1995
Steven Neal 2006-2007
Tim Bommelman Jr. 1999-2001
Tony Koch 1986-1988
Travis Belt 2004-2006
Tucker Young 2007-2010
Turner Lofing 2008-2012
Wade Penfold 2009-2010
Westin Hinkel 2008-2012
Wyatt Estabrook 2011-2014
Zach Donahoo 2010-2014
Zach Hamilton 2005-2007
Zach Kelley 2002-2005

1994- Kirby Drube 39th Round Los Angeles Dodgers
2011- Ryan Hutchison 49th Round San Diego Padres
2012- Austin Cowen 35th Round Los Angeles Dodgers
2013- Ryan Hutchison- Lake Erie Crushers (Independent)
2014- Ryan Hutchison- Arizona Diamondbacks

Since 2006, the Riders Program has had 33 players go on to play college baseball.


Adam Necklason- University of Wyoming Club
Travis Belt- University of Wyoming Club

Drew Baier- Jamestown College
Nate Kolata- Doane College/MSU Billings
Ryan Iliff- Jamestown College
Sawley Wilde- Jamestown College
Zach Hamilton- Pierce College/Iowa Western CC

Garrett Jackson- Valley City State/Kirkwood CC
Ryan Hutchison- Iowa Western CC/Western Kentucky U
Austin Cowen- Miles City CC/Western Illinois University
Bubba Hamilton- Grossmont Community College
Seth Means- Dodge City CC/University of North Dakota

Jared Wass- Miles City Community College
Anthony Kramer- Hastings College
Kyle Rhoades-Doane College/U of Wyoming Club
Evan Cunningham- Otero Junior College
Nathan Barrett- Presentation College in Aberdeen SD

*Dalton Cowen- Iowa Central CC/Univ of NebraskaKearney
*JT Zigray- Miles CC/Jamestown College
*Tucker Young-Montana State University Billings/Miles CC/New Mexico Highlands/Midland University

Drake Kelley- Scottsdale Community College
Jon Fisher- University of Wyoming Club
Turner Lofing- Garden City Community College

*Westin Hinkel-Treasure Valley CC/U of Arkansas PineBluff
Gavin Reimer- Bismarck State College/CSU Pueblo
Austin Tennant- Miles Community College
Drew Adriaens- MSU Billings/Iowa Western CC

*Andrew Youngs- Miles Community College

*Lucas Rissler- Williston State College
*Tanner Rogen- Williston State College
*Wyatt Estabrook- Western Nebraska CC
*Zach Donahoo- Williston State College

Jarran Arbach- Otero Junior College

* Active Players


Youngs MCC
Andrew Youngs/Miles CC

2014 Stats- Redshirt

Dalton Cowen/University of Nebraska Kearney
Dalton Cowen- Iowa Central CC/University of Nebraska Kearney

Iowa Central CC, Fort Dodge IA
2011 Stats: Went 2-2 on the mound, with a 5.05 ERA. He appeared in 11 games, with 6 starts, had 3 complete games, and threw 35.2 Innings. Iowa Central went 35-22 overall.

2012 Stats: Iowa Central finished 37-19 on the season. Cowen appeared in 11 games with a 6.55 ERA. He pitched in 11 innings and lead the team in saves with 4.

University of Nebraska Kearney
2013 Stats: Bad luck struck Dalton despite having a stellar year. He broke a bone is his foot pitching and missed the second half of the season. UNK finished 22-23 overall. Cowen finishes the season 5-2 on the mound, with 1 save in 28.1 innings pitched and 3.81 ERA. He appeared in 12 games and started 3 of them.

2014 Stats:Dalton Cowen- University of Nebraska Kearney (Dalton finished 4-2 on the mound with a 2.72 ERA. He pitched 36.1 innings, allowing 34 hits and 19 Ks. UNK finished 30-19 on the year.) Misfortune has struck Dalton for the second straight year as he broke his foot pitching. He is hoping to get a medical redshirt so he can return for his senior season

JT 2012
JT Zigray/Jamestown College
JT Zigray- Miles Community College/Jamestown College

2011 Stats (MCC)- JT Zigray went 0-0 on the mound, with a 10.14 ERA. He threw 9.67 innings in 7 games, while starting 3 games. MCC finished 29-19-1 overall. MCC again won the MonDak Conference. They also won the Region IX Championship and advanced to the North Plains District Tournament.

2012 Stats (MCC)-JT appeared in 8 games, with 2 starts. He pitched 14.1 IP with 12 K, and a 5.65 ERA. He was 1-1, with 1save. MCC finished 36-17-1 on the season and 14-2 in the conference. The Pioneers were ranked as high as #15 in the nation and won their 7th consectutive RegionIX Championship. They also won their 12th consecutive Mon/Dak Conference Championship. They fell short of advancing to the NJCAA II World Series by losing out at the North Plains District Tournament.

Jamestown College

2014 Jamestown College- JT went 1-0 on the season. He appeared in 2 games with 1 start, throwing 5 innings and has a 3.60 ERA. Jamestown College finished 35-10 on the year.) Misfortune struck JT as his season was cut short with an injury to his throwing arm.

Jarran Arbach/Otero JC
Riders senior outfielder Jarran Arbach has signed a letter of intent to play college baseball at Otero Junior College in La Junta, CO. Otero is a Division 1 Junior College and competes in the NJCAA Region IX District. Arbach made his decision in January after attending the college for a visit and tryout. Otero finished 30-26 last season and lost in the championship game of the Region IX tournament.

Coach Carillo on Arbach: "We are extremely excited about Jarran signing to play for us. He is a very good athlete who can swing it. We believe if Jarran brings a good work ethic day in and day out that he can be an impact player for us right away as a freshman. He is the type of student athlete that we are looking for. He works hard and is a high character kid with good a good GPA. We are excited about his future."

Arbach is a three-year starter for the Riders Varsity program. The centerfielder and lead-off hitter was a key piece to the Riders 2014 State Championship team. He hit .322 as a junior and .284 as a sophomore. He has led the team both years in stolen bases with 45 as a junior and 42 as a sophomore. He has also been amongst the team leaders each year in games played, runs scored, and on-base percentage.

Coach Perleberg on Arbach: "Jarran has truly made himself into the player that he is today due to his outstanding work ethic. He has been a very dedicated player and person in our program for many years. Jarran has been an off-season award winner in our program the last two years and spends a great deal of time working on his game. He is a great role-model for our program due to his character both on and off the field. Jarran's speed, athleticism, and work-ethic will turn him into a fine college player for the Rattlers and Coach Carillo. The Riders family would like to congratulate Jarran on his signing."

Jarran currently has a 3.8 cum GPA at Campbell County High School in Gillette and will graduate this May. Jarran is the son of Ray and Tanya Arbach of Gillette.

Lucas Rissler/Williston State
2015 Williston State Stats

Tanner Rogen/Williston State
2015 Williston State Stats

Young MCC
Tucker Young/Miles CC/New Mexico Highlands/Midland Univ


2012-(MCC) Tucker led the team as a freshman in hitting .355 in 51 games. He scored 31 runs, 9 doubles, 3 homeruns, 28 RBI, and 16 SB. He was named to Mon/Dak All Conference Team and All Region Team a Freshman. MCC finished 36-17-1 on the season and 14-2 in the conference. The Pioneers were ranked as high as #15 in the nation and won their 7th consectutive RegionIX Championship. They also won their 12th consecutive Mon/Dak Conference Championship. They fell short of advancing to the NJCAA II World Series by losing out at the North Plains District Tournament.

2013 (MCC)- MCC recently won their 13th consecutive Mon-Dak Conference Championship and their 8th straight Region IX Championship. MCC finished 31-13 on the season. Tucker hit .294 in 37 games played. He had 4 doubles, 5 triples, 16 RBI and 29 runs scored. Tucker was also named to the Mon-Dak All-Conference Team.

2014- New Mexico Highlands
(Tucker hit .353 in 24 games played with 8 runs, 1 double, 2 triples, 8 RBI, 5 BB, and 3 SB. New Mexico Highlands finisehd with a record of 32-20.)

2015 Midland University

Hinkel TVCC
Westin Hinkel/Treasure Valley CC/Univ of Arkansas Pine Bluff
2013/2014- Treasure Valley Community College

2013 Stats- TVCC finished 37-12 on the season and won the NWAAC East Region Championship. Westin had a great freshman season, hitting .301 in 34 games played. He had 34 hits, 3 doubles and 1 homerun with 19 RBI. He scored 14 runs, had 10 hit by pitches, and 5 stolen bases. He committed just 12 errors all season as the teams starting shortstop.

2014 Stats- Westin hit .241 in 39 games played with 15 runs, 15 RBI, 5 doubles, 2 homeruns, 7 BB, 9 HBP, and 3 SB. Treasure Valley finished 32-12 on the season and won the NWAAC East Region Championship for the 2nd straight year advancing to the NWAAC Championships.

2015- University of Arkansas Pine Bluff

Wyatt Estabrook/Western Nebraska CC
2015 Western Nebraska Stats

Zach Donahoo/Williston State College
2015 Williston State Stats

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